Tito Ortiz’s boxing debut did not go well.
Gabriel Flores Jr lost his "0" in a one-sided beating in Tucson.
Junto Nakatani successfully defended his belt, and Top Rank’s parade of prospects all picked up wins.
Jake Paul had to go all eight rounds, but got the win.
We may have seen the last fight of Manny Pacquiao’s legendary career, and a huge win for Yordenis Ugas.
"The Ghost" got the slight better of things in a meeting of welterweight veterans.
The Filipino prospect had to come off the canvas, but got the job done in highlight reel fashion.
Castro is now 27-0 after a strong performance to kick off the Pacquiao-Ugas PPV.
The third time was not the charm for Andrew Moloney
We saw history tonight, but probably not the kind most people would have wanted.
Ortiz survived a scary moment to put on a dominating performance against the experienced contender.
The prospect didn’t have it all his way, but came through in a good main event.
Galahad dominated the fight, leaving a brave Dickens to be stopped after 11 increasingly one-sided rounds.
The Belfast favorite picked up another win in his home city, staying undefeated as a pro.
Michael Hunter and Chris Algieri won easily on the TrillerVerz premiere.
We do not have an undisputed champion at 154 lbs, but we got a great fight that begs for a rematch.
Rolando Romero and Amilcar Vidal Jr picked up wins on Showtime in very different fights.
Chris Colbert and Michel Rivera stayed unbeaten with good wins tonight in California.
We had a great knockout in the main event and a Fight of the Year contender, with two upsets in three fights on FOX.
It was an all-action affair in Mexico on DAZN.
Vasiliy Lomachenko is back, people! And a Teofimo Lopez rematch looks like it’s on the way!
Erickson Lubin, Carlos Adames, and Batyr Akhmedov were winners on tonight’s PPV undercard.
Charlo earned wide cards in front of a friendly Texas audience
Gabriel Rosado picked up a stunner KO of the Year contender with a nasty right hand.
Shakur Stevenson didn’t face much of a challenge from Jeremiah Nakathila, and also never turned up the heat enough to make an exciting fight or finish.
Rodriguez was halted after eighth, saying he couldn’t see.
Top Rank’s prospects panned out, but we did have a minor sorta-upset on the prelims.
Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul smiled, laughed, jostled, and joked, and now it’s over.
The late replacement opponent wound up terribly over-matched.
The only controversy may have been Hurd getting one of the cards, as Luis Arias picked up a deserved win.
The former football star showed some athleticism and "had fun," but did get dropped and could easily have been knocked out.