1. Did the Judges Get It Right by Scoring Canelo vs. Golovkin a Draw?

    As Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin hurled their final punches at each other center ring on Saturday night, the crowd rose to its feet to cheer the two amazing middleweight combatants...

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  2. Everything You Need to Know for Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez

    Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin have been on a collision course to decide middleweight supremacy since 2015 when Alvarez won the lineal middleweight championship from Miguel Cotto by unanimous decision...

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  3. The Question: Should Conor McGregor Quit MMA for Boxing?

    Should he or shouldn't he? The UFC's biggest superstar, Conor McGregor , just pocketed $30 million for one night of work as a professional boxer...

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  4. The Question: Why Did It Take Floyd Mayweather so Long to Stop Conor McGregor?

    It was supposed to be a mismatch. But there was Conor McGregor on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, peppering Floyd Mayweather 's head and body with punches—outboxing ...

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  5. Don't Shortchange Floyd Mayweather's Legacy After Legendary Career Ends at 50-0

    Floyd Mayweather ended his storied boxing career by knocking out the most feared MMA fighter on the planet...

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  6. Lessons for Conor McGregor to Learn from 10 Floyd Mayweather Fights

    Greatness doesn't come easy in any sport, but in boxing it seems even tougher. While Floyd Mayweather Jr. is undefeated through 49 professional prizefights, it has been no cakewalk for the future Hall of Famer ...

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  7. Canelo vs. Chavez Jr. Is the Perfect Precursor for Canelo vs. Golovkin

    According to Golden Boy Promotions , lineal middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will face former middleweight titleholder Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on May 6, during the ever-important Cinco de Mayo boxing weekend, in a 12-round, 164...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 10 months ago 12,980 reads 61 comments

  8. Bleacher Report Boxing's Updated Pound-for-Pound Rankings

    Perhaps boxing's most controversial topic these days is who should sit atop the mythical pound-for-pound rankings. Since the retirement of Floyd Mayweather Jr., there has been no shortage of capable replacements...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 12 months ago 10,043 reads 42 comments

  9. Vasyl Lomachenko Must Prove His Elite Status vs. Nicholas Walters

    Vasyl Lomachenko is one of the very best fighters in the sport of boxing today. Well, that's what many boxing experts and ringside observers would have you believe right now...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 12 months ago 3,108 reads 11 comments

  10. Did the Judges Get it Right in Andre Ward's Victory over Sergey Kovalev?

    Andre Ward's controversial decision win over Sergey Kovalev on Saturday night was as good a fight as we've seen this year. In fact, it was as good a fight as we've seen in 10 years...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 12 months ago 21,205 reads 135 comments

  11. The Good and the Bad of Sergey Kovalev and Andre Ward's No-Nonsense Mindsets

    Undefeated light heavyweights Sergey Kovalev and Andre Ward represent the very best the sport of boxing has to offer. Both fighters are near-perfect at what they do as fighters...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 3,033 reads 12 comments

  12. Sergey Kovalev vs. Andre Ward: Everything You Need to Know for Upcoming Fight

    Saturday night's pay-per-view bout between unified light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev and former super middleweight champ Andre Ward is a sharp departure from recent matchups in our sport...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 2,047 reads 0 comments

  13. Anthony Joshua Would Be Wise to Avoid Wladimir Klitschko for a Fall Showdown

    Oh, if only wisdom were a common trend among today’s fight makers. According to ESPN.com’s Dan Rafael , the proposed heavyweight bout between IBF titleholder Anthony ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 549 reads 0 comments

  14. Lessons Embattled Tyson Fury Can Learn from the Late, Great Aaron Pryor

    Life is a culmination of moments. There are a variety of them: ones that can never be taken way, ones that can never be lived over again, ones we so desperately want to happen but ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 4,000 reads 5 comments

  15. Manny Pacquiao's Blueprint to Earn a Rematch with Floyd Mayweather

    All his talk suggests Manny Pacquiao might still have undefeated, and currently retired, Floyd Mayweather on his mind...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 64,719 reads 132 comments

  16. Don't Count Out Manny Pacquiao as Boxing's Best Fighter Just Yet

    Manny Pacquiao is 37 years old, but he still has what it takes to be the best fighter in the world. There was a time in our sport when a boxer reaching Pacquiao's age would be considered ancient...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 15,674 reads 14 comments

  17. Sergey Kovalev Is the Rare, Refreshing Boxing Star Who Doesn't Duck a Challenge

    Sergey Kovalev might be cranky because he didn’t have his morning oatmeal this morning. At least that was what I was told before Main Events spokesperson Ellen Hailey introduced ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 6,692 reads 65 comments

  18. Bleacher Report Boxing's Updated Pound-for-Pound Rankings

    Canelo Alvarez has appeared to be (to smart folks like me at least) one of the best fighters in the world over the past couple of years...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 11,751 reads 33 comments

  19. Breaking Down the Difficulties of Canelo Alvarez's Weight Class Climb

    Canelo Alvarez might be the best junior middleweight in the world today, but it’s not for certain. That’s a pity...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 7,597 reads 33 comments

  20. Boxing's Powers That Be Keep Wasting Post-Mayweather-Pacquiao Opportunities

    If 2015 was the year for the casual fight fans of the world—the ones who coughed up too much money to endure watching a 38-year-old Floyd Mayweather outpoint an injured and ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 1 year ago 7,326 reads 56 comments

  21. Gennady Golovkin Is Too Big, Bad and Brutal to Be Tested by Kell Brook

    Is this really happening again so soon? Is a middleweight champ really taking on a welterweight who has never competed in the division? Do weight classes even exist anymore? These ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about over 1 year ago 8,292 reads 88 comments

  22. Canelo vs. Golovkin Verbal Agreement Is Nothing More Than a Stunt for Now

    Stop the press! Hold the phone! Shout to the masses! Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin have agreed to fight each other! Yessss! Canelo vs. Golovkin is exactly the kind of high-stakes, big-money fight that boxing needs right now...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about over 1 year ago 6,405 reads 38 comments

  23. Keith Thurman Has the Skills and Swagger to Be a Unique Boxing Superstar

    In a sport full of clones, clowns and copycats, Keith Thurman is one of a kind. Compelling. Unique. Entertaining. Thurman has it all, and it’s not an act either. This guy is as genuine as they come...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about over 1 year ago 261 reads 0 comments

  24. How Muhammad Ali Stacks Up Against History's Greatest Heavyweights

    Muhammad Ali 's death has offered fight fans a chance to reflect on his greatness as a professional boxer. Self-proclaimed as “The Greatest,” there is no shortage of support for that assessment...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about over 1 year ago 11,913 reads 54 comments

  25. Muhammad Ali, Head to Toe: There Will Never Be Another Boxer Like Him

    Muhammad Ali was arguably the most influential and revered figure in American sports history. Sure, Babe Ruth was great, Michael Jordan was amazing and Jim Brown was, too. But Ali was so much more...

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