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.
Is boxing banker Calvin Brock's stock still on the rise? The former Olympic heavyweight hopes to convince any skeptics Saturday against David Bostice.
With the ex-heavyweight champ's blessing, Evander Holyfield's former attorney writes a book detailing 13 years in boxing's cauldron.
Promoter Dan Goossen backs James Toney; brother Joe Goossen trains Dominick Guinn. The brothers will be backing opposing heavyweights Saturday in Reno.
The loser of the Wladimir Klitschko-Sam Peter fight Saturday probably disappears from the heavyweight radar. As for the winner, who knows what's in store?
Before we start fitting Samuel Peter for championship belts, remember some other would-be heavyweight champions that "never were."
Some blamed Antonio Tarver's love of the L.A. nightlife for his failure to beat Glen Johnson last year. He admits he's more focused for the Memphis rematch.
As recently as last year, light heavyweight titlist Glen Johnson needed to moonlight as a construction worker to pay the bills. The 2004 "Fighter of the Year" is reaping the rewards of his labors.
Less than a year into his title defense, heavyweight Lamon Brewster is working with a new trainer as he prepares to duel Andrew Golota on Saturday in Chicago.
He KO'd Roy Jones Jr. He defeated Antonio Tarver. No boxer had a better 2004 than Glen Johnson.
Saturday's matchups should help clear up some of the murkiness in the heavyweight division.
A KO loss to Antonio Tarver has made Roy Jones Jr. re-evaluate his heavyweight goals.
WBO heavyweight champ Lamon Brewster is out to prove he's no one-hit wonder.
The Juan Manuel Marquez-Manny Pacquiao showdown is a premier matchup -- and a tough fight to predict.
Corrie Sanders knocked out one Klitschko brother. Now he'll try to do the same to the other.