Amir Khan has had an up-and-down career, but it's never been boring.
Manny Pacquiao's brilliant career has seen him win titles at 112, 122, 126, 130, 135, 140, 147, and 154 pounds. Today, FYC focuses on his run at 147 as he prepares to defend his WBO title on Saturday.
Bernard Hopkins went from dominant middleweight to great light heavyweight. Today, FYC focuses on his second career, as it were, as he prepares for Sergey Kovalev.
Danny Garcia is still a young fighter, but has the experience of a seasoned veteran. FYC looks at where he's been and where he's going.
Yuriorkis Gamboa was projected to be a pound-for-pound star, but it's never quite worked out that way. In his case, though, the culprits are many, and include himself.
Timothy Bradley is next up in For Your Consideration, as we look at his past, present, and future in boxing.
Michael Katsidis has had one of the more exciting boxing careers of recent years, though he's fallen short in his biggest fights.
Carl Froch was once thought to be a domestic pretender who talked a lot. He's become one of the best fighters in the world over the last six years.
Nonito Donaire will be back in action on October 18, and has had a tremendous career, including world titles in four weight classes. How much more does he have left, and can he be expected to climb any higher?
Alexander Povetkin has had a winding pro career, and with a loss to Wladimir Klitschko behind him, it's pretty wide open from here.
Gennady Golovkin has been knocking out the brave and dominating the foolish, which may be the same people, for years now. Who is he? Where is he going? Where has he been? His shoes will tell.
Chad Dawson is back tomorrow for a tune-up on Showtime. What sort of fighter can we expect to see on Saturday and beyond? His inconsistent history provides few real clues.
Canelo Alvarez is headed back to HBO in one of the biggest boxing stories of 2014. What lies ahead for the 24-year-old superstar, and what do we know about him?