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21
Sep

Andre Ward, pound-for-pound No. 1 fighter, retires from boxing at age 33

Andre Ward shocked the boxing world Thursday by announcing his retirement from the sport at age 33.

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20
Sep

Deontay Wilder wants respect with title defense vs. boogeyman Luis Ortiz

Deontay Wilder is disrespected at every turn, so he demanded to fight the one man no one else wants to: Luis Ortiz.

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20
Sep

Shawn Porter has his sights set on Danny Garcia

Shawn Porter covets the big-time, but he’s been sidelined by inactivity. He hopes a fight with Danny Garcia will help lead him to where he wants to be.

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20
Sep

RING Ratings Update: Canelo-GGG changes nothing

The draw between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin on Saturday resulted in no changes in the pound-for-pound and middleweight Top 10s.

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20
Sep

Jake LaMotta, all-time great middleweight and subject of Raging Bull, dies at 95

Jake LaMotta, the subject of the classic film “Raging Bull,” and a legendary middleweight champion known for his epic wars with Sugar Ray Robinson, died Tuesday at age 95. Lee Groves recounts his wonderful life both inside and outside the ring.

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18
Sep

Sergey Kovalev: ‘I don’t need a coach’

Having split with John David Jackson, former 175-pound titlist Sergey Kovalev will face Vyacheslav Shabranskyy on November 25, with or without a trainer.

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18
Sep

Mario Barrios to face Naim Nelson on Tuesday night

On Tuesday night, undefeated junior welterweight Mario Barrios will face Naim Nelson in an FS1 main event.

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18
Sep

Dougie’s Monday mailbag (Canelo-GGG feedback, Byrd fallout)

I’M NOT CRAZY, AM I? Hey Doug, Hope you had a blast at the fight. I just finished watching. I had it...

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18
Sep

The Travelin’ Man returns to Las Vegas: Part two

In Part Two of Lee Groves’ latest journal, our resident ‘Travelin’ Man’ counted punches for the David Benavidez-Ronald Gavril vacant 168-pound title scrap.

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18
Sep

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. to return against Anthony Dirrell on Nov. 11

Julio Cesar Chavez won’t take a confidence-building fight after the shutout loss to Canelo, instead electing to take on RING-rated super middleweight Anthony Dirrell.

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