Next up: Triple J drawing comparisons to Foreman

February 20, 2019

Joe Joyce isn't the quickest or strongest fighter in the world, but he definitely has traits of becoming the next boxing superstar.
Next up: Triple J drawing comparisons to Foreman

Pacquiao tells son: 'You don't need to box'

Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao said Wednesday he has urged his eldest son to stay out of the ring after the 19-year-old's forays into fighting made the young man's mother cry. Pacquiao, the only fighter to win world titles in eight different weight divisions, said he and his wife have
Pacquiao tells son: 'You don't need to box'

Show them the money: The richest sports deals

February 19, 2019

Manny Machado's 10-year, $300M contract with the Padres is huge, but it's not even close to Canelo Alvarez's deal with DAZN.
Show them the money: The richest sports deals

Heavyweights Joshua, Miller hurl insults instead of leather

All part of the pregame show, if you will, when heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and challenger Jarrell Miller shared a makeshift stage at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday. ''He gasses out, he gets hit a lot,'' Joshua said of the 300-pound Miller.
Heavyweights Joshua, Miller hurl insults instead of leather

Boxing official warns time running out in Olympic standoff

MOSCOW (AP) — The executive director of the International Boxing Association says time is ''rapidly'' running out to organize an Olympic tournament in 2020 amid disputes with the International Olympic Committee and a breakaway group of boxing officials.
Boxing official warns time running out in Olympic standoff

Fury tells rivals to 'come to Tyson' after signing new ESPN deal

February 18, 2019

Tyson Fury laid down a challenge to his rivals on Monday after signing a multi-year, multi-fight agreement with United States broadcaster ESPN which the British heavyweight was adamant made a world title rematch with Deontay Wilder "more makeable now than ever". Fury, who still labels himself
Fury tells rivals to 'come to Tyson' after signing new ESPN deal

What does Top Rank deal mean for Tyson Fury?

Fury's promotional agreement with Top Rank seemingly throws a monkey wrench into a rematch with heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder. Let's hope it still happens.
What does Top Rank deal mean for Tyson Fury?

Fury's new ESPN deal casts shadow over Wilder rematch

Tyson Fury has signed a multi-year, multi-fight agreement with United States broadcaster ESPN which could threaten the British heavyweight's prospects of a world title rematch with Deontay Wilder. Fury's future fights will now be broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK and ESPN in the US. Meanwhile
Fury's new ESPN deal casts shadow over Wilder rematch

Boxing: Britain's Fury signs bumper broadcast deal with ESPN

British heavyweight Tyson Fury has signed a broadcast deal under which his fights will be shown exclusively on ESPN platforms in the United States. No financial details were disclosed, but British newspaper the Daily Mail reported on Monday that the deal was worth 80 million pounds ($103 million), while
Boxing: Britain's Fury signs bumper broadcast deal with ESPN

'No love scenes' for Hagler as boxing legend eyes more silver screen action

February 17, 2019

American boxing legend Marvelous Marvin Hagler may be 64 but he told AFP that age won't stop him hunting down more roles in action adventure movies. "Most champions these days, they come and they go, they confuse the public, who do not know who the real champion is.
'No love scenes' for Hagler as boxing legend eyes more silver screen action