Following a weekend win over Pablo Cesar Cano, Shane Mosley is back in the title mix, according to Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer.
Sugar Shane Mosley picked up his first win since 2009 tonight in Cancun, Mexico, beating Pablo Cesar Cano via competitive, unanimous decision.
Tonight from Cancun, Mexico, Shane Mosley returns to take on Pablo Cesar Cano, hoping to end his four-year winless streak.
Will Shane Mosley pick up his first win in over four years, or will he continue his late career freefall tomorrow night against Pablo Cesar Cano?
Shane Mosley and Pablo Cesar Cano are good to go for tomorrow night's main event in Cancun, Mexico, to be televised on FOX Deportes.
41-year-old Shane Mosley says he'll retire when he's ready, after getting some advice from James Toney.
Patrick Connor and James Foley welcome BLH's Scott Christ to TQBR Radio today, as the trio preview this weekend's fights and talk about the modern state of boxing media.
Lamont Peterson faces Lucas Matthysse in the weekend's main bout, with Devon Alexander on the undercard. In Mexico, Shane Mosley returns against Pablo Cesar Cano, and two world titles are on the line in Russia on Friday.
Pablo Cesar Cano has come up short in two big chances against veteran names in the last two years, but next Saturday plans to make a statement against Shane Mosley in Mexico.
Shane Mosley says he's coming back for the long haul, but Pablo Cesar Cano wants to be the first man to knock him out when they meet on May 18 in Cancun.
Shane Mosley isn't getting the sort of fight he wants, but he will return to the ring on May 18 against Pablo Cesar Cano in Cancun.