Timothy Bradley said it best in an interview with renowned boxing scribe Steve Kim, “all good things come to an end this one has come to end.” The current WBO welterweight champion was speaking of his recent split from his long time trainer Joel Diaz.  Bradley and Diaz worked together out of the Inland Empire :READ MORE...
BRADLEY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Former WBC Super middleweight champion of the world Anthony Dirrell (27-1-1, 22KOs)  will look to get back on the championship trail this Sunday. Dirrell will face former two-time division world title challenger Marco Antonio Rubio (59-7-1, 51KOs). The bout will be a part of another edition of Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Championship series (PBC). CBS :READ MORE...
Anthony Dirrell Looks To Get Back On Track Sunday

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BRADLEY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

Timothy Bradley said it best in an interview with renowned boxing scribe Steve Kim, “all good things come to an end this one has come to end.” The current WBO welterweight champion was speaking of his recent split from his long time trainer Joel Diaz.  Bradley and Diaz worked together out of the Inland Empire area of California, about one hundred miles east of downtown Los Angeles.  Known more for its intense heat than their world-class... :Read more


Anthony Dirrell Looks To Get Back On Track Sunday

Former WBC Super middleweight champion of the world Anthony Dirrell (27-1-1, 22KOs)  will look to get back on the championship trail this Sunday. Dirrell will face former two-time division world title challenger Marco Antonio Rubio (59-7-1, 51KOs). The bout will be a part of another edition of Al Haymon's Premier Boxing Championship series (PBC). CBS will televise. Site will be the American Bank Center, in Corpus Christi, Texas. When fans... :Read more


Boxing360's Debate Of The Week 9/3/2015

  Our debate last week was who would have won in a showdown between hall of famer Ricardo “Finito” Lopez  (51-0-1, 38KOs) of Mexico and future Hall of famer Ivan  “Iron Boy” Calderon  (35-3-1, 6KOs)  of Puerto Rico. The idea was both fighters squaring off in their primes. In the case Lopez he actually seem to be on top when he retired. It was a much different ending for Calderon who lost 3 of his last 4 fights before retir... :Read more