1. Why Miguel Cotto Is Losing His Grip on the Middleweight Championship

    You can count Miguel Cotto —and yours truly —among the few people who felt that the Puerto Rican legend had a big chance of strolling into New York’s Madison ...

    Kevin McRae Written by Kevin McRae about 1 month ago 13,001 reads 76 comments

  2. Why Boxing Needs to Rethink the Idea of Lineal Championships

    Boxing has a problem. Sure, it’s not the biggest problem, and it won’t be the thing that destroys the sport, but it’s something of an annoyance that limits fighters and prevents fans from seeing many fights that are in high demand...

    Kevin McRae Written by Kevin McRae about 1 month ago 5,943 reads 56 comments

  3. The Hottest Boxing Storylines for the Week of March 8

    So what'd you think, fans? Premier Boxing Champions hit the ground running Saturday night on NBC with a pair of high-stakes bouts...

    Kevin McRae Written by Kevin McRae about 1 month ago 11,997 reads 42 comments

  4. What Mayweather-Pacquiao Might Mean for Amir Khan and Kell Brook

    So it is finally happening— Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will go toe-to-toe on May 2. The long-awaited announcement confirmed the fight between the two has ramifications on more than just their bank accounts...

    Rob Lancaster Written by Rob Lancaster about 2 months ago 4,196 reads 2 comments

  5. Cotto vs. Canelo to Push Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Fight?

    In the world of boxing there are only a few weekends scattered throughout the year when casual fans are intrigued by a big fight. But on May 2, 2015, fight fans might get all those monumental bouts in one night...

    Evan Smith Written by Evan Smith about 5 months ago 11,694 reads 21 comments

  6. Gennady Golovkin Should Be Feared by All, Including Miguel Cotto

    Forget split decisions, fine margins, hostile crowds, bloodied faces, controversial stoppages or luck. None of it matters to WBA Middleweight Champion Gennady Golovkin ...

    Tim  Martin Written by Tim Martin about 6 months ago 5,326 reads 14 comments

  7. Hard-Hitting Boxers Fans Would Love to See Fight Gennady Golovkin

    Big drama show. That's what knockout king Gennady Golovkin tries to put on every time he steps into the ring. He has knocked out 27 of his 30 opponents overall and hasn't had a fight go the distance since June 2008...

    Brian McDonald Written by Brian McDonald about 7 months ago 9,479 reads 106 comments

  8. Props to Fallen Warrior Martinez for Refusing to Play the Excuse Game

    As glorious a sport as boxing is, one of the more unsavory (and unfortunately, ubiquitous) occurrences is the immediate creation of excuses by a vanquished competitor...

    Taj Eubanks Written by Taj Eubanks about 11 months ago 3,226 reads 6 comments

  9. Why Boxing Needs More of Miguel Cotto in Madison Square Garden

    On an early June Saturday night, with a triple crown being pursued 18 miles to the east and much of the remaining city stricken with Stanley Cup fever, a crowd of more than 20,000 ...

    Lyle Fitzsimmons Written by Lyle Fitzsimmons about 11 months ago 13,890 reads 85 comments

  10. Ranking Miguel Cotto's Best Option for Next Fight After TKO vs. Sergio Martinez

    Well, that was easy. And with as dominant a performance as he displayed on Saturday against a middleweight champion who had not lost a fight in four-and-a-half years, suddenly the sky once again seems the limit for Miguel Cotto...

    Lyle Fitzsimmons Written by Lyle Fitzsimmons about 11 months ago 66,287 reads 234 comments

  11. Mayweather-Cotto Imminent as Martinez Is Broken Down to the Very Last Compound

    One day ago, I postulated that few bouts make more sense than a Mayweather-Cotto rematch. Miguel Cotto fits the bill in every way possible: proven pay-per-view star, huge fan base and all-action style...

    Taj Eubanks Written by Taj Eubanks about 11 months ago 11,494 reads 29 comments

  12. Miguel Cotto Shows He's Better Than Ever in Dominant TKO Win vs. Sergio Martinez

    Miguel Cotto was everything he could be Saturday night. He was fast. He was powerful. He was precise. He was dynamic...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 11 months ago 63,951 reads 269 comments

  13. Cotto's Defeat of Martinez All-but-Guarantees a Rematch with Money Mayweather

    What's next for Floyd "Money" Mayweather? While the undefeated pugilist's choice of opponent for his September 13, 2014 date (the fourth fight of his record-breaking six-fight Showtime ...

    Taj Eubanks Written by Taj Eubanks about 11 months ago 28,611 reads 12 comments

  14. Martinez vs. Cotto: Each Fighter's Biggest Advantages in Epic Title Fight

    When WBC middleweight champion Sergio "Maravilla" Martinez faces Miguel "Junito" Cotto on Saturday night from Madison Square Garden, there will be a good number of interesting factors for the highly anticipated bout...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 11 months ago 4,552 reads 28 comments

  15. How Freddie Roach Has Resurrected Miguel Cotto's Career

    Miguel Cotto walked out of Madison Square Garden on December 1, 2012, battered, bruised and facing an uncertain future for the first time in his career...

    Kevin McRae Written by Kevin McRae about 11 months ago 20,642 reads 97 comments

  16. Sergio Martinez vs. Miguel Cotto: Fight Time, Date, Live Stream, TV Info, More

    On Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, a Puerto Rican legend and an Argentine legend will do battle for the WBC middleweight title. This is how boxing should be...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 11 months ago 4,603 reads 15 comments

  17. Former Champions Most Likely to Regain a Belt in 2014

    Saturday night on pay-per-view, Miguel Cotto will challenge for a fourth world title when he faces WBC and lineal middleweight champion Sergio Martinez. A win will make him the first four-division world champion ever from Puerto Rico...

    Briggs Seekins Written by Briggs Seekins about 11 months ago 12,412 reads 16 comments

  18. Martinez vs. Cotto: Everything You Need to Know About Upcoming Fight

    There are fights that make financial sense, and there are fights that mean something historically. The best thing for everyone is when a fight is both, like Saturday’s showdown ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 11 months ago 6,573 reads 28 comments