1. 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 1 month ago 8,244 reads 88 comments

  2. 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 2 months ago 6,356 reads 38 comments

  3. 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 2 months ago 230 reads 0 comments

  4. 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 2 months ago 11,185 reads 54 comments

  5. 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...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 3 months ago 53,135 reads 222 comments

  6. Pro Boxers in the Olympics Was Inevitable and Will Ultimately Benefit the Sport

    You might not like the new rules set forth on Wednesday by the International Boxing Association, an adjustment to AIBA statutes that will finally allow professional boxers to compete ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 3 months ago 2,093 reads 8 comments

  7. Friends, Family, Champs: Charlo Brothers and Erislandy Lara Have Dream in Reach

    The best thing about living in Houston over the last few years has been having the opportunity to see future stars of the junior middleweight division train and spar with each other under the watchful eye of renowned trainer Ronnie Shields over at Plex...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 3 months ago 3,913 reads 13 comments

  8. Why Canelo Alvarez Should Not Rush into a Fight with Gennady Golovkin

    It seems that everyone in the boxing world wants Canelo Alvarez to fight Gennady Golovkin. On HBO’s The Fight Game , host Jim Lampley went so far as to suggest the proposed ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 4,043 reads 7 comments

  9. Canelo Alvarez Proves His Skill Matches His Hype by Blowing Away Amir Khan

    Do you still doubt Canelo Alvarez? You shouldn’t. Alvarez is an ultra-skilled, highly competitive power puncher with fast hands and just fast-enough feet to give any reasonable future opponent the fight of his life...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 10,847 reads 66 comments

  10. Ranking the Top 10 Pound-for-Pound Boxers After Canelo vs. Khan

    Canelo Alvarez defeated Amir Khan on Saturday night in Las Vegas. After weathering the early storm of Khan's tremendous speed and good game plan of keeping Canelo at a distance, Alvarez ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 17,690 reads 80 comments

  11. Amir Khan's Blueprint to Pull off a Shocking Upset over Canelo Alvarez

    Give Amir Khan credit. On May 7 in Las Vegas, he's going to try to do something even he, perhaps the brashest, cockiest fighter in all of boxing, never imagined he'd do...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 15,726 reads 73 comments

  12. Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan: Everything You Need to Know for Upcoming Fight

    Even Kieran Mulvaney of InsideHBO Boxing .com was shocked when newly crowned middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (lineal and WBC) announced his first defense would come against former junior welterweight titleholder Amir Khan...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 13,567 reads 21 comments

  13. Ranking the Best Potential Opponents for a Floyd Mayweather Comeback Fight

    He hasn’t even been retired for a year, and Floyd Mayweather is already hinting at a comeback. It’s not unexpected...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 71,686 reads 147 comments

  14. Is Light Heavyweight Glory Looming for Old-School Edwin Rodriguez?

    Edwin Rodriguez ran to the ropes, arms raised to the air in a fit of jubilation. He had just sent his opponent down to the canvas with a wicked right uppercut just 48 seconds into the first round...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 2,327 reads 5 comments

  15. Gennady Golovkin Is Much More Than a Brawler

    It’s easy to get carried away with superlatives sometimes, and easier still to oversimplify matters which are complicated...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 2,912 reads 24 comments

  16. Gennady Golovkin vs. Dominic Wade: Everything You Need to Know for Upcoming Bout

    Unified middleweight titleholder Gennady Golovkin puts his claim to the middleweight world championship on the line against undefeated American middleweight contender Dominic Wade Saturday night at the Forum in Inglewood, California...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 13,427 reads 67 comments

  17. Separating Fact from Fiction in the Lead-Up to Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan

    Sorting fact from fiction is never easy in boxing, especially leading up to a big-money pay-per-view fight...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 4 months ago 16,537 reads 83 comments

  18. Manny Pacquiao Proves Timothy Bradley Trilogy Never Should Have Happened

    Timothy Bradley is not Floyd Mayweather . That’s the one thing I kept thinking about as Manny Pacquiao dominated a guy in over his head in a place he never should have been ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 15,617 reads 65 comments

  19. Top 25 Pound-for-Pound Boxers After Pacquiao vs. Bradley

    Manny Pacquiao defeated Timothy Bradley on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. All three judges at ringside scored the bout 116-110 for Pacquiao, who earned the vacant lineal welterweight championship...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 17,662 reads 43 comments

  20. Tyson Fury vs. Wladimir Klitschko: Head-to-Toe Breakdown of Both Fighters

    If you just can't get enough of two giant men flailing about, sometimes at each other, for 12 rounds of some of the most abysmal heavyweight championship action in history, don't worry...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 6,055 reads 6 comments

  21. Manny Pacquiao's Legacy in the Ring Is Safe with Win or Loss vs. Tim Bradley

    Not much has really changed since Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley last faced each other. "Manny Pacquiao's legacy isn't tied to his rematch with Tim Bradley on Saturday in Las Vegas...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 5,749 reads 39 comments

  22. Manny Pacquiao vs. Tim Bradley: Everything You Need to Know for Upcoming Fight

    Meh. That was the general consensus among fight fans and media when Manny Pacquiao announced in December that he would fight Timothy Bradley Jr. for a third time April 9 in Las Vegas in what could be the last fight of his illustrious career...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 17,948 reads 34 comments

  23. Where Jim Lampley Goes Wrong with His Stance in the MMA vs. Boxing Debate

    To put it plainly, Jim Lampley is brilliant. Of the many people I’ve met and talked to in the sport of boxing over my years writing about it, Lampley enjoys by far the sharpest mind and quickest wit I’ve encountered...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 13,353 reads 112 comments

  24. Did Andre Ward Miss His Prime During Long Layoff?

    A principled fool is still a fool. Perhaps it’s better to say that just because a man is devoutly principled in his approach about any given set of circumstances, it doesn’t ...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 5 months ago 19,918 reads 56 comments

  25. The Biggest Things Boxing Fans Have to Look Forward to in 2016

    Let's be real for a minute. Boxing hasn't been all that interesting lately. In fact, other than Tyson Fury's shocking upset over longtime heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, boxing has been a bit of a bore the last few months...

    Kelsey McCarson Written by Kelsey McCarson about 6 months ago 5,329 reads 20 comments