Pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. is ready to take the dancing world by storm.
Antonio Margarito looks to sharpen his skills with a powerful sparring line-up to keep his WBO welterweight title.
Juan Manuel and Rafael Marquez are long on talent but short on maximizing the value of their careers, MaxBoxing writes.
Roman Karmazin -- who captured the IBF junior middleweight strap last July -- goes into the hometown of Cory Spinks for his first title defense Saturday, MaxBoxing writes.
Usually, when a fighter has a dispute with his managerial team in the United States, it's no big deal. In the Philippines, it is where Manny Pacquiao is concerned, MaxBoxing writes.
Daniel Ponce de Leon is defending his WBO super bantamweight title on a Golden Boy-promoted card, though it won't make HBO's cut on air, MaxBoxing writes.
Rocky Juarez knows the value of how one loss already has affected his shot at a title sooner, MaxBoxing writes.
James Toney garnered acclaim as a top pound-for-pound fighter in the '90s, but he still envisioned becoming a heavyweight champ. He'll have another shot at it Saturday.
Instead of a super middleweight showdown Saturday night, a clinic was conducted by Joe Calzaghe, who unified the WBO and IBF titles by outclassing Jeff Lacy.
Even though the Vargas-Mosley fight was full of action, it was nothing compared with what went on between the wives afterward.
After near tragedy in the ring, Brian Viloria considered walking away from the sport. But a rededication and new focus has led made him a star in the Philippines.
ESPN2's "Friday Night Fights" returns to the schedule Jan. 20, and Joe Tessitore and Teddy Atlas return to the road and ringside.
A swollen hand will cost Kelly Pavlik his scheduled Jan. 21 bout, but his camp hopes Pavlik might be in line for a middleweight title shot soon.
What should Bernard Hopkins take from his loss to Jermain Taylor into their rematch Saturday? He should make his fists his judge and jury.
Is boxing banker Calvin Brock's stock still on the rise? The former Olympic heavyweight hopes to convince any skeptics Saturday against David Bostice.
Super middleweight Allan Green said he considers foe Jaidon Codrington a bum. Friday in Oklahoma, Green gets a chance to back up his words.