We lost the weekend’s biggest fight, but the schedule still has plenty going on.
Shakur Stevenson did his job, and now it’s time for him to get the fight he wants.
Shakur Stevenson had way too much speed and skill, dominating Jamel Herring in Atlanta.
Jamel Herring takes on Shakur Stevenson in tonight’s main event on ESPN.
Terence Crawford has respect for Shawn Porter, but looks to make his P4P case next month.
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 headlines a much more promising month than the one we just finished.
Tyson Fury takes a moment to wish his rival all the best.
Jamal James is set to take on Radzhab Butaev in an October 30 Showtime main event.
Gervonta Davis and Rolando Romero are both confident in victory on December 5.
Jason Quigley gets his world title shot on November 19 against Demetrius Andrade.
The undisputed super lightweight champion’s year in the ring is over.
The super middleweight prospect isn’t expected back in the ring until at least next spring once he can resume boxing activities.
Canelo Alvarez returns against Caleb Plant on Saturday, November 6.
It’s had a number of working dates, but this solid super welterweight tussle might finally be touching down.
Matchroom has both confirmed Dillian Whyte’s injury and announced that the card will still take place.
Anthony Joshua looks set to make a head trainer change for his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk, and Ronnie Shields has emerged as an early favorite.
Rationalization and what accounting fraud can tell us about the fight between Triller and George Kambosos Jr
Two accounting experts share their insights on the war of words over Triller’s failed promotion of Teofimo Lopez vs George Kambosos Jr.
Yordenis Ugas won’t get the big money fight next, unless he wants to vacate his belt.
Canelo takes his training public ahead of his title unification with Caleb Plant.
‘Boots’ takes on Thomas Dulorme live on Showtime, October 30.
Otto Wallin’s team don’t seem entirely confident that Dillian Whyte isn’t trying to pull a fast one.
The intriguing matchup between Dillian Whyte and Otto Wallin looks to be at least postponed.
Rolly Romero only seems to be upping the ante on his PPV bout.
Otto Wallin is very confident that he’s got the right tools to beat Dillian Whyte.
As expected, the WBA "world" title match will air on a Showtime PPV from L.A.
The DAZN broadcast features some solid fighters in underwhelming matchups.
Moises Fuentes was found to have a blood clot in his brain following the fight.
Crawford has a deal with Top Rank that’s set to expire after the Porter fight, but Arum thinks Crawford could return.
David Benavidez and Jose Uzcategui agree on a couple of things, in fact.
Anthony Dirrell, Rey Vargas, and more are set for the November 6 show