Joe Smith Jr took care of business against Steve Geffrard, scoring a ninth round TKO win.
Luis Ortiz had to get off the canvas twice, but stopped Charles Martin in the end.
No upsets in the final PBC on FOX of 2021, with the prospects shining throughout.
Jake Paul only needed one truly clean right hand, and it was goodnight for Tyron Woodley in tonight’s rematch.
Jake Paul blasted Tyron Woodley with a brutal right hand to end their rematch.
Amanda Serrano didn’t get the stoppage, but won a clear decision over Miriam Gutierrez.
Deron Williams and Frank Gore didn’t leave anyone disappointed with their efforts in tonight’s fight.
David Morrell earned his third knockout in three fights at The Armory in Minneapolis against Alantez Fox
Joseph Parker scored three knockdowns but had to go the distance with a defiant Derek Chisora.
Kevin Lele Sadjo stole the show on the Parker-Chisora 2 undercard with a body shot knockout of Jack Cullen.
Artur Beterbiev is still the top dog at light heavyweight after knocking out Marcus Browne.
Artur Beterbiev was too strong for Marcus Browne in a bloody main event from Montreal.
Israil Madrimov’s TKO win over Michel Soro shouldn’t stand, and may not.
Nonito Donaire just keeps rolling, knocking out Reymart Gaballo with a brutal body shot on Showtime.
Vasiliy Lomachenko was in top form tonight, outclassing Richard Commey over 12 rounds.
Two top prospects and Muhammad Ali’s grandson won on the Lomachenko-Commey undercard.
Conor Benn savagely knocked out Chris Algieri in the fourth round of a dominating performance
Gervonta Davis’ long stoppage streak came to an end, but he got the W against a tough Isaac Cruz.
It was far from the expected blowout, but Gervonta Davis earned his win over Isaac Cruz.
Carlos Adames’ upset of Sergiy Derevyanchenko was probably the show-stealer early in Los Angeles.
JoJo Diaz Jr gave it a go and had some success, but Devin Haney earned a clear decision win on DAZN.
Devin Haney didn’t light up the highlight reel, but got a deserved win over Joseph Diaz Jr.
The Haney-Diaz undercard wound up a showcase of dominance from the four A-sides.
Anthony Yarde looked better and sharper than ever with a rematch stoppage of Lyndon Arthur.
Kerman Lejarraga delivered excitement again, scoring a vicious KO win in Bilbao to retain his belt.
Michael Hunter was far from his best, and Jerry Forrest once again left with a hard luck draw.
Fulton had to earn his belts the hard way in the Showtime main event.
George Kambosos Jr backed up the talk, winning three lightweight belts in a stunning upset over Teofimo Lopez, who did not take the loss well in the moment.
George Kambosos Jr did what he said he would, stunning Teofimo Lopez and the boxing world with a deserved win.
Kenichi Ogawa was a substitute opponent, but takes home IBF gold with a clear win over Azinga Fuzile.
Shawn Porter was competitive as always, but Terence Crawford dropped and stopped him in the 10th round.