Friday, November 17, 2017  |

Anthony Dirrell fighting to make everyone forget his lone career defeat

16
Nov

Anthony Dirrell fighting to make everyone forget his lone career defeat

Anthony Dirrell has only one career defeat, but he hates talking about his setback to Badou Jack. He’ll stay busy against Denis Douglin on Friday before hopefully tackling bigger fights in 2018.

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16
Nov

Julian Williams says ‘fists will do the talking’ in must-win fight vs. Ishe Smith

Julian Williams was a highly regarded fighter when he met Jermall Charlo in a December title fight, but a fifth-round knockout loss changed that reputation. A win over Ishe Smith could return Williams on the path to another title shot.

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14
Nov

Jermell Charlo: ‘The Charlo Brothers are here to take over 2018 and want the fans to enjoy it’

After having taken apart Erickson Lubin last month, unbeaten WBC junior middleweight titlist Jermell Charlo decided to create and build during his time off.

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08
Nov

Mariusz Wach: I have no choice but to knock out Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller

Mariusz Wach believes the judges won’t do him any favors against Jarrell Miller, the local fighter, so he says for the first time, he’s coming to do more than just fight to win.

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17
Oct

Errol Spence Jr. on Lamont Peterson, the National Anthem and unifying at 147

Having announced his next defense, against Lamont Peterson in January, unbeaten IBF 147-pound titlist Errol Spence Jr. also touched on other relevant topics.

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17
Oct

Keith Thurman shoots for a late-February/early-March 2018 return 

After healing from surgery on his right elbow, undefeated WBA/WBC welterweight titlist Keith Thurman plans on returning to action early next year.

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17
Oct

Deontay Wilder is still looking for respect, hopefully not another opponent

No matter whom undefeated Deontay Wilder faces on November 4, the WBC heavyweight titlist wants respect, first and foremost.

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21
Sep

Special report: Balancing school and hard knocks

Young boxers across the country have to balance boxing with their studies. THE RING tells you about three of them.

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28
May

Atlantic City Boxing Hall of Fame kicks off with a big bang

One of America’s most storied fight towns has its own Boxing Hall of Fame now, with the inaugural class including Mike Tyson, Don King and many more.

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20
May

Gary Russell Jr. leads family affair by stopping Escandon

Gary Russell Jr.’s impressive TKO of Oscar Escandon topped a memorable show at Oxon Hill, Maryland, that included his younger brothers, on Saturday.

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