Scott "The Sandman" Pemberton is a great action fighter, but he needs a big payday.
Max Kellerman discusses Jermain Taylor's career path and how Bernard Hopkins fits in.
James Toney is the king of 2003, but the race isn't over yet.
Women's boxing has taken a step up because of the ability of Laila Ali.
Johnny Tapia's life is never boring, or easy, as Max Kellerman found out when he talked with him.
The alphabet organizations continue to amaze when it comes to stupidity.
Ever wonder how Max Kellerman and Teddy Atlas really get along? Wonder no more.
James Toney is not doing as well as his talent level, writes Max Kellerman.
For youngsters Jeff Lacy and Francisco Bojado, matchmaking is difficult.
From Ali to Sweet Pea and all in between, FNF's Max Kellerman checks out the best in each division.
Looking back, 2001 will go down as a year when great fighters turned in dominant performances.
James Butler did commit a crime on Friday Night Fights, but his license shouldn't be taken forever.
ESPN2 Friday Night Fights studio analyst Max Kellerman throws punches each week in his own column.
Max discusses the best ever in some of the original eight weight classes, including Whitaker over Duran at lightweight.
ESPN2's Max Kellerman sings the praises of the underrated Ricardo Lopez.
ESPN2 Friday Night Fights boxing guru Max Kellerman says this is a great time to be a boxing fan.