One of boxing’s best prospects entertained the fans who arrived early Saturday night at Madison Square Garden.
Carl Froch has played down talk that he could make a stunning retirement u-turn and return to boxing, but he name-dropped a few potential opponents if he were to come back.
This past Saturday night, International Boxing Federation (IBF) light heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev kept his streak of knockouts going strong, when he stopped voluntary challenger Radivoje Kalajzdic in the fifth round.
Two things needed to happen for Artur Beterbiev ahead of his most recent title defense: For it to take place before the holy Ramadan season begins May 5, and for his performance to remind the rest of the light heavyweight division that he’s a major a threat.
Adonis Stevenson is making remarkable progress six months on from the fight that left him with life-altering injuries.
A quick glance at the ring résumé of Artur Beterbiev will immediately draw attention to his 13 knockouts in as many pro fights.
Everlast Worldwide, the world’s leading manufacturer, marketer and licensor of boxing, MMA and fitness equipment, is delighted to announce that it has signed an exclusive equipment agreement with the undefeated British boxing sensation Joshua Buatsi.
UK light-heavyweight star Anthony Yarde’s trainer Tunde Ajayi has been the talk of social media this week for a couple of reasons.
Staples Center, Los Angeles – After a career spent at super middleweight, and five successful title defenses, Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (40-0, 26 KOs) made a statement-making light heavyweight debut, stopping former world title challenger Tommy Karpency (29-7-1, 18 KOs) in four rounds.
Last month, the World Boxing Organization officially ordered a light heavyweight contest between WBO world champion Sergey Kovalev and undefeated top challenger Anthony Yarde.