Finally, a full schedule again.
Emanuel Navarrete and Jessie Magdaleno picked up wins tonight on ESPN.
Emanuel Navarrete defends his 122-pound title in tonight’s ESPN main event.
A tied-up heavyweight division has allowed the ‘Gypsy King’ to take an easier path back up the ladder.
Super lightweight violence is back on the menu.
Floyd Mayweather currently tops a BoxRec list that has stirred up a lot of talk recently.
Billy Joe Saunders names three fighters he would like to face now that he’s signed to Matchroom.
Maurcio Sulaiman clarifies the WBC’s position on the Dillian Whyte scandal.
Anthony Joshua fires some shots in the direction of the last undisputed heavyweight champion.
Errol Spence discusses his upcoming unification with Shawn Porter and his plan to become undisputed champion.
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Eddie Hearn responds to the poor fan reaction for trying to stage the rematch in Saudi Arabia.
It’s Wales vs. Northern Ireland in Belfast’s Ulster Hall.
Shakhram Giyasov is set to fight as well.
Erik Morales and Jaime Munguia look for a successful trainer-fighter debut next month.
Heather Hardy and Amanda Serrano are set for a big fight next month in New York.
Lewis Ritson gets home court advantage for this grudge match.
Both sides continue to squabble over the venue.
Tyson Fury is currently scheduled to take on another soft touch this year.
The middleweights won’t be fighting next, but could find themselves back together.
There’ll be no time for celebration after December 7th.
Saunders says he came to Matchroom to seek out the big fights.
Now this is what a four-fight card should look like.
Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua are headed to Saudi Arabia, which is a hot button topic for many.