Thomas Williams Jr. stuns Edwin Rodriguez with crushing second-round knockout
Thomas Williams Jr. said he wanted to be the one to dethrone lineal 175-pound champion Adonis Stevenson. On Saturday night, the “Top Dog” certainly proved he’s worthy of a shot at the top of the division.
As he prepares for his ring return, Abner Mares happily surrenders control to new trainer Robert Garcia
Abner Mares heard the whispers that he was a shot fighter. So leading up to his August scrap with Leo Santa Cruz, Mares decided the best way to quiet his critics was to take complete control of his training camp.
Former three-division champs Abner Mares and Fernando Montiel to slug it out March 12
There’s little doubt that Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter will serve fight fans a delicious main course in their much-anticipated,147-pound world title bout March 12. But first those fans will be treated to an appetizer that has the potential to be just as tasty.
Lee Selby earns high marks following his U.S. debut—that is, from everyone but himself
If the scorecards of the three ringside judges were any indication, Lee Selby put on one heck of a performance in his American debut.
Lee Selby outboxes Fernando Montiel, retains his 126-pound title by unanimous decision
After crossing the pond for his first fight on these shores, Lee Selby proceeded to submarine his opponent in waters as deep as the Atlantic.
Silent assassin: Lee Selby subscribes to the old adage that actions speak louder than words
From Lee Selby’s perspective, trash talk is cheap. All that really matters is what transpires within the four corners of the ring.
Former champ Joe Calzaghe believes Lee Selby can—and should—add knockout power to his arsenal
Welsh boxing legend Joe Calzaghe insists Lee Selby could rule the roost in the 126-pound division for many years—as long as he develops a detonating knockout punch.
Lee Selby graduates from small halls to packed arenas in his Greatest Hits
To quote French poet Charles Baudelaire, or maybe it was AC/DC: “It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll.” And the trip is no shorter if you’re blasting noses in place of eardrums for a living. Just ask Lee Selby.