If Al Haymon followed the school of promoting developed by one Robert Arum of Top Rank, the fight card scheduled for September 6th from Cincinnati, Ohio, and to be broadcast live by Showtime would be the appetizer for a main course to be delivered early next year.  In it hometown favorite and boxing bad boy :READ MORE...
IS SEPTEMBER 6TH THE APPETIZER?
In another example of why boxing is the theatre of the unexpected, welterweight Diego Chaves of Argentina finally landed in Las Vegas to face former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios live on HBO this Saturday night from the Cosmopolitan Hotel.  The Rios-Chaves ten-round bout will share the bill with the WBA junior welterweight Jessie :READ MORE...
LAST CALL FOR RIOS?


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IS SEPTEMBER 6TH THE APPETIZER?

If Al Haymon followed the school of promoting developed by one Robert Arum of Top Rank, the fight card scheduled for September 6th from Cincinnati, Ohio, and to be broadcast live by Showtime would be the appetizer for a main course to be delivered early next year.  In it hometown favorite and boxing bad boy Adrien “The Problem” Broner will face Emmanuel Taylor while in the co-main event Lucas “The Machine” Matthysse will throw bombs ... :Read more


LAST CALL FOR RIOS?

In another example of why boxing is the theatre of the unexpected, welterweight Diego Chaves of Argentina finally landed in Las Vegas to face former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios live on HBO this Saturday night from the Cosmopolitan Hotel.  The Rios-Chaves ten-round bout will share the bill with the WBA junior welterweight Jessie Vargas defense against Russian Anton Novikov as well as Sergey Kovalev against Blake Caparello from A... :Read more


COTTO READY TO TAKE PICK OF THE LITTER

It seems to be slim pickings for the newly crowned four-time divisional champion Miguel “Julito” Cotto of Puerto Rico.  Even though many including Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, Gennady Golovkin and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr have mentioned his name, Cotto has not come out and said who he is willing to face next. The thirty-three year old Cotto proved that after two high-profile losses to Austin Trout and Floyd Mayweather Jr in 2012, you can h... :Read more