The calendar reads February, but it's not too late to rank the 10 most wanted boxing fights in 2016. It doesn't hurt to play promoter this time of year and make a wish list that most boxing fans would love to see come to fruition.
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Gilberto Ramirez was set on starting his training camp in Germany for his fight with WBO super middleweight champion Arthur Abraham.
The crisis with the water supply in Flint, Mich., having been contaminated with lead has sparked nationwide outrage and concern. Super middleweight Andre Dirrell knows he can't single-handedly change the situation, but he is trying to help his hometown.
The honor of fighting in the main event of the first boxing card at the new T-Mobile Arena didn't go to Floyd Mayweather Jr. or Manny Pacquiao.
Sergey Kovalev already has a victory over Jean Pascal, an eighth-round technical knockout. So why fight him again? Mainly, Pascal's big mouth.
Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum said the Las Vegas Sands Corp.'s proposal to build a $1 billion domed stadium on 42 acres near UNLV is just what the city needs. And the Oakland Raiders would be icing on the Strip.
It took several months but Jessie Vargas finally has his fight against Sadam Ali.
Timothy Bradley Jr. wasn't expecting to hear from Manny Pacquiao again. But the World Boxing Organization welterweight super champion is glad Pacquiao chose to fight him again.
Manny Pacquiao could have chosen just about anyone in his return to the ring April 9 at the MGM Grand Garden.
When the Nevada Athletic Commission became self-funding in July, nobody gave it a second thought.
As hype mounted and the money poured in for Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s so-called "Fight of the Century" in Las Vegas, a national conversation began about the undefeated boxer's behavior outside the ring.
As good as 2015 was to Deontay Wilder, he hopes to make 2016 even better.
It took a few days, but Ultimate Fighting Championship star Conor McGregor has responded to controversial comments made by Floyd Mayweather in an interview published earlier this week.
Manny Pacquiao has finally made up his mind, and he didn't go with a fresh face.
Mike Tyson has been added to the growing list of people who have tried out the popular new hoverboards this holiday season ... and lost.
For Marc Ratner and Jerry Izenberg, earning membership in a Hall of Fame is nothing new.
Las Vegas' final fight of 2015 was a clash of styles — and heads.
He has one division world title to his credit. But Rances Barthelemy has loftier goals.
Former Nevada Athletic Commission executive director Marc Ratner and longtime sports columnist Jerry Izenberg were announced today as members of the International Boxing Hall of Fame's Class of 2016.
Manny Pacquiao, the only boxer to win world titles in eight weight classes, has delayed the announcement of his next opponent for what is supposed to be his final bout on April 9 in Las Vegas.
What do you give the man who has everything? A tiger, apparently.
Las Vegas now has two Mike Tyson's — the actual Mike Tyson, who lives in Las Vegas, and a wax figure Mike Tyson, that now resides at The Venetian.
Reno is ready to greet the nation's best amateur boxers to see who will have a chance to represent the United States at next summer's Olympics in Brazil.
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