Hank Lundy Media Day Photos/Quotes

Photos courtesy of  Darryl Cobb Ahead of his February 27th showdown at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden, challenger “Hammerin” Hank Lundy opened the doors to the media to give a glimpse of his conditioning and preparation before hitting the ring against defending WBO super lightweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford. According to Fightnews.com, Lundy said the following about the match-up. “Fighting at Madison Square Garden is a dream come true, Lundy said. “One of the biggest places in boxing. There was a time when I couldn’t even imagine fighting there, but hard work and determination lands you anywhere in the world.” “Training camp has been excellent,” Lundy said. “I’ve been having some guys in here…

[Video] Tyson Fury Takes On Bryant Gumble

In case you missed it… Newly crowned heavyweight champion Tyson Fury was the subject of the latest installment of Real Sports with Bryant Gumble. An interesting look at a champion who emerged from humble, traveling beginnings as a one pound infant to become the King of the division.

Kovalev 2, Pascal O: The Krusher Easily Defeats Pascal In Rematch

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – In front of the overwhelmingly pro-Pascal crowd, Sergey Kovalev once again proved he is THE light heavyweight champion of the world by defeating former champion Jean Pascal by seventh round TKO. With Roy Jones Jr. rapping him to the ring, and new trainer Freddy Roach flanking his side, Pascal emerged hoping to capitalize on his pre-fight insistence that a reinvigorated fighter would debut at the Belle Centre and challenge Kovalev. Once the participants were ready for action and the opening bell sounded, it was clear the rematch would progress and end just as the first pairing. Despite a commendable start from the challenger, Kovalev easily withstood Pascal’s hard looping shots and relentlessly battered him into submission. Continuing into…

Pacquiao To Announce Next Opponent Friday

According to a report by ESPN.com, former champion and future Hall-of-Fame inductee Manny Pacquiao will announce his next opponent on Friday. Will this be his last professional fight before heading into retirement? Inquiring minds want to know. The announcement will take a page out of the LeBron playbook and be televised on TruTV, home of Top Rank’s Friday Night Knockout series. Opponent speculation took center stage after Pacquiao announced he recovered from shoulder surgery and was ready for his next bout. (As you recall, Pacquiao injured his shoulder during preparations for the Mayweather fight last May and required surgery in the aftermath.) Lacking a surplus of warm welterweight bodies in the Top Rank stable it’s fairly apparent…

Canelo Defeats Cotto To Win Latest Battle Of MEX vs PR

LAS VEGAS – Looking young, strong andinvincible, Canelo Alvarez handily defeated Miguel Cotto on Saturday night to become the new WBC middleweight champion. With a reported 11,274 on hand, Canelo utilized a full arsenal of weapons to keep Cotto on his heels. The now former champion appeared to have nothing in the way of power to keep Alvarez at bay. Snapping body shots and uppercuts Canelo was an unstoppable force that was able to withstand the signature Cotto body shots and jabs. The judges final scores:  117-111, 119-109, 118-110 for Alvarez. A wide spread that didn’t truly reflect the action that was happening in the ring. While Canelo dominated the rounds, Cotto did find affective use in…

[Video] 24/7 Cotto vs. Canelo – Full Episode 2

LAS VEGAS – In case you missed last night’s airing, watch the full episode of 24/7 Cotto vs Canelo. With the fight now less than two days away, the combatants make final preparations to take the next step in their respective boxing legacies. Reported for the purses are 15 million for Cotto and 5 million for Canelo.

[Video] Cotto vs Canelo – Face/Off w/ Max Kellerman

In case you missed it watch as Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez, along with trainers Freddy Roach and Eddie Reynoso, sit down with Max Kellerman to discuss their upcoming bout on the HBO signature series, Face/Off. Watch as Cotto and Canelo maintain the appropriate levels of respect for each other, Roach bets his two houses and says Canelo isn’t a great fighter yet, and Reynoso says they are ready for whatever. When pressed by Kellerman on their physical attributes, Cotto concedes a size advantage to Canelo but Roach claims speed and technique for Cotto. Freddy Roach is the livest person in the room.

[Video] 2 Days: Canelo Alvarez

In case you missed it… Courtesy of HBO, ahead of the November PPV showdown with WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, go behind the scenes with Saul “Canelo” Alvarez for the two days leading up to the action packed Texas gun show against James Kirkland. Cotto vs. Canelo happens Saturday, November 21 live on pay-per-view beginning at 9pm ET/6pm PT.

Matthysee v Postol Weigh-In Photos/Results

CARSON, CA — With the sun shining and the crowd cheering them on main event combatants Lucas Matthysse and Viktor Postol took the next step of the impending battle for the WBA super lightweight title to the scales. With both fighters making weight with ease, the potential “fight of the year” candidate is full steam ahead. Below is a list of the full weigh-in results.  LUCAS MATTHYSSE VS. VIKTOR POSTOL   Click HERE for Photos & Official Bout Sheet

W. Klitschko Defeats Jennings By Decision To Retain Belts

NEW YORK — Klitschko pulled out the win, but Philadelphia’s Bryant Jennings walked away with the fans. Saturday night, at Madison Square Garden, “Dr. Steelhammer” Wladimir Klitschko defeated Bryant Jennings by unanimous decision to rain his assorted alphabet titles. Judges final scores: 116-111, 116-111, 118-109. BadCulture.net scored the bout 116-111 for Klitschko. Slow getting started, Klitschko struggled to find the rhythm in the open rounds while Jennings attempted to connect with looping overhead rights. As action progressed, Klitschko pumped his signature multi-jab that kept Jennings at bay but largely unhurt. Continuing to work into the middle rounds, Klitschko released lethal straight right strikes that fans are used to seeing end the bout with other opponents…