All that Joseph Diaz Jr. wanted was to remain active ahead of his second career title fight.
Alfredo Angulo hadn’t scored a really notable win in nearly a decade, and tonight’s fight deserves a deeper examination than just the winner and loser, but Angulo scored a big upset victory tonight over former middleweight titleholder Peter Quillin, winning a split decision in the FS1 main event.
If you’re a hardcore combat sports fan, you have a big decision on your hands come November 2.
In his first defense of the IBF International title, IBF #5 rated junior middleweight Orlando Fiordigiglio (31-3, 13 KOs) was overwhelmed and stopped by Sam Eggington (27-6, 16 KOs) in the second round on Thursday night at the Tuscany Hall in Florence, Italy.
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder fully expects to rip open the cut that Tyson Fury sustained last Saturday night in his decision victory over unbeaten prospect Otto Wallin.
Daniel Dubois is backing himself to beat any heavyweight put in front of him, including former unified champion Tyson Fury.
When Anthony Dirrell returns to action on Sept. 28 against David Benavidez, he’ll be defending the WBC super middleweight title against a young man who previously held and never lost the belt in the ring.
Golden Boy and Ryan Garcia have solidified their pact as the popular lightweight sensation has extended his multi-year agreement with the company. The rising star will make his return in the co-main event of Canelo vs. Kovalev. Additional details will be announced shortly.
Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez will be taking a big risk when he attempts to become a four-weight world champion when he takes on WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev on November 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Mexican superstar Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is very aware of the risk involved, as he moves up in weight by two full divisions to challenge WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev.