From an early age, Chad Dawson wanted to be a boxer just like his father. Saturday, the 24-year-old will challenge Tomasz Adamek for a light heavyweight title on Saturday.
Amid talk of a Wladimir Klitschko-Oleg Maskaev unification bout, don't forget about Shannon Briggs, who still awaits a title shot, MaxBoxing writes.
Evander Holyfield, at 43, always has something to prove when he steps into the ring Friday in Dallas. The voluble four-time heavyweight champ airs out with MaxBoxing.
Wladimir Klitschko has been away from the heavyweight elite for two years. Like Crusoe, Klitschko's survival skills will be tested against Chris Byrd on Saturday, MaxBoxing notes.
It should be the best of times for light heavyweight champ Antonio Tarver, who will face Bernard Hopkins on June 10. But Tarver tells MaxBoxing he's still seeking R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
It shouldn't have been a surprise that a majority draw was declared in Saturday night's WBC title fight between Hasim Rahman and James Toney in Atlantic City.
Peter had little difficulty in winning a pedestrian ten-round unanimous decision over journeyman Robert Hawkins.
Vitali Klitschko has heart; he just doesn't have the heart for this sport anymore. It's better that he leaves now than when it's too late.
At 37 years old, James Toney showed that he still has enough to hang with the big boys at heavyweight as he pounded out a workmanlike 12 round decision over former top prospect Dominick Guinn.
No heir apparent emerged from the Wladimir Klitschko-Sam Peter showdown Saturday, even though Klitschko won a 12-round unanimous decision.
Humbled by his brief kickboxing career, Ray Mercer's love of boxing is renewed. A father of nine fighting at 44, Mercer says money is not the sole motivation.
Vinny Maddalone sent Shannon Miller to the canvas three times en route to a fifth-round stoppage, Miller's first defeat as a pro.
Oleg Maskaev, who wants a shot at the heavyweight title later this year, made quick work of late sub Livin Castillo with a third-round stoppage.
As he nears 40, does Mike Tyson have what it takes to make some noise in the heavyweight division?
Lamon Brewster destroyed Andrew Golota in just 53 seconds to retain his WBO heavyweight title and made his claim as the heavyweight to watch.
A focused Hasim Rahman earned his way back into a heavyweight title shot with a fourth round stoppage of game Kali Meehan.