Boxing Interviews & Quotes
Wilder says he’s got payback planned for Tyson Fury and he wants it in blood.
The 54 year old fighter will remain "part of the event," but will not fight Lamar Odom
Caleb Plant and Canelo Alvarez will collide for the undisputed super middleweight championship on Nov. 6.
Canelo and Plant got into a scuffle at yesterday’s press conference, which will only heighten tensions leading into their Nov. 6 fight.
Oscar De La Hoya has thoughts on Canelo-Plant, and also on who would win a prime matchup between himself and Canelo Alvarez.
Tensions are rising in ahead of the undisputed super middleweight unification fight set for Nov. 6.
The Triller Fight Club boss says Evander Holyfield still has fights left on his deal with the company.
Kambosos says he’s very confident that he’ll pull off the win over Teofimo Lopez.
Algieri thinks Plant will last longer than Saunders against Canelo, but isn’t convinced he’ll be more effective.
Bradley leans towards Usyk while Ward thinks Joshua will take the fight.
Terence Crawford is looking forward to taking on Porter in his next title defense.
Santa Cruz thinks Crawford will need to switch up his plan of attack to deal with Porter’s relentless style.
Jake Paul believes there’s a real possibility for the two to meet inside the ring.
Gary Sykes has found retirement harder than most boxers. Speaking to Bad Left Hook, the Dewsbury fighter explains his longest, hardest fight.
Shawn Porter doesn’t think Paul is polished enough to take a fighter like Belfort right now.
Valdez says now that he’s got past this tough fight, he looks forward to facing the Herring-Stevenson winner.
The 40-year-old Haye says Fury is the only fighter who’d get him to return to boxing for real.
Oscar Valdez won against Robson Conceicao, but should he have?
Teofimo Lopez popped by tonight’s ESPN+ broadcast in Arizona.
Interview: Franchon Crews-Dezurn on fighting for an undisputed title, American Idol, and her memorable bad hair day
The unified super middleweight champion spoke with Bad Left Hook in advance of her fight against Elin Cederroos
Victor Conte explains how he cannot believe how WBC president Mauicio Sulaiman has downplayed Valdez’s use of the substance.
Evander Holyfield’s trainer discusses what it took to get his fighter prepared to compete at age 58.
Evander Holyfield says it’s taken him two years to get his body back to the point where he looks fit to fight again.
Fury faces Deontay Wilder on Oct. 9 as the start of an ambitious plan.
Valdez defends his WBC title against Robson Conceicao this weekend.
The Matchroom promoter believes it will be harder and harder for Paul to make big money facing the opponents he has been and should get to the end game.
Jamel Herring says he’s ready to prove critics and doubters wrong once again in October.
Russell says he still wants a fight against Davis, claiming there’s no way Davis stays at 140.
What is phentermine? What does it do? An expert helps us understand the medical facts.