An injured hand and a courageous opponent in Luis Maldonado weren't enough to panic Nonito Donaire and throw him off his game. So what's next for the Filipino Flash?
Ninito Donaire has dealt with bullies all his life, so standing up to -- and defeating -- flyweight badboy Vic Darchinyan was no big deal to The Filipino Flash, writes Ron Borges.
Ray Mancini's tragic bout with Duk Koo Kim changed the lives of the fighters, their families and the sport of boxing itself forever.
Miguel Cotto has proved his worth by defeating Shane Mosley in his first real test as a welterweight. So what's next for the Puerto Rican star?
Robert Guerrero put all distractions aside when he knocked out Martin Honorio in under a round in Tucson, Ariz.
With Rocky Juarez out of the way, is Manny Pacquiao next for Juan Manuel Marquez?
Juan Manuel Marquez and Rocky Juarez have blown chances and squandered opportunities throughout their careers. The man who can put it all behind him on Saturday will have a new lease on boxing, writes Ron Borges.
There have been better punchers throughout boxing history, but none could punch to the body to save their careers quite like Micky Ward.
Thirty-five years on, Smokin' Joe Frazier's blood still boils at the sight -- or even thought of -- Muhammad Ali. Ron Borges delves into a score that the rivals may never settle.
Evander "The Real Deal" Holyfield has told anyone and everyone he plans to retire as the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. Is he serious, and should we believe him?
Samuel Peter survived three trips to the canvas to grind out a hardfought victory over Jameel McCline.
Samuel Peter has been through it all on his trek to a heavyweight title and believes his fight with Jameel McCline at Madison Square Garden will be his time to shine.
Bill Tilden was overwhelmingly voted the greatest tennis player of the first half of the 20th century by the Associated Press.