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.
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Vasyl Lomachenko is learning fast about the politics of boxing.
Les Sherrington has a great nickname, but the veteran middleweight from Australia didn't have the game to stay with Antoine Douglas on a brisk autumn evening Friday at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
When Antoine Douglas tells his life story, it's hard to believe him. Born prematurely and not expected to survive. Put up for adoption at age 5. Rubbing elbows with drug dealers and gangs in his Washington, D.C., neighborhood only to be saved by his cousin, who took him to a boxing gym when he was 9 and changed his life forever.
From Teddy Atlas' perspective, he has never stopped teaching. And he has never stopped learning.
Andre Ward has pulled out of his Nov. 21 light heavyweight fight against Alexander Brand at Mandalay Bay after suffering an injury to his right knee while training.
It's always nice to see Brandon Rios smile. When the 29-year-old welterweight from Oxnard, Calif., is in his happy place, it means he's not dealing with weight issues, which makes him dangerous in the ring because he can focus on boxing.
World featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr. suffered a cut during training Monday and his Nov. 14 fight against Oscar Escandon at the Hard Rock Hotel on Showtime has been cancelled.
Bob Arum has enough on his hands dealing with a real fight this week. He certainly didn't need to deal with a fight that doesn't exist.
Manny Pacquiao, the icon of the Philippines and the lone fighter in boxing history to win world titles in eight weight classes, will end his career with a final fight April 9 before retiring to a life of politics in his home country, Top Rank promoter Bob Arum told ESPN.com on Saturday.
Jessie Magdaleno of Las Vegas made short work of Vergel Nebran, scoring a first-round knockout Saturday in their 10-round featherweight fight in Phoenix.
Jessie Vargas isn't the first person who has trepidation about visiting New York.
Floyd Mayweather Sr. and his former publicist duked it out in two separate courtrooms Thursday, but no clear winner emerged in their ongoing legal battle.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. lost four luxury cars — two Rolls Royces, a Bentley and a custom Jeep — in a raging trailer fire early Wednesday morning just outside of Phoenix, Ariz.
When Diego Magdaleno left Pat and Dawn Barry in August 2013 to be managed by Frank Espinoza and trained by Joel Diaz, it was with today in mind.
A Top Rank Boxing official denied Friday a report that said discussions were underway for a rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Manny Pacquiao is determined to return to the boxing ring in 2016. But he also plans to do battle in the political arena next spring in his native Philippines.
Now that Floyd Mayweather Jr. has retired from competition, many boxing fans are debating who is the sport's new pound-for-pound king.
Javier Fortuna, the World Boxing Association regular super featherweight champion, predicted he would knock out Carlos Velasquez in his first title defense. Fortuna did, winning by technical knockout in the 10th round to improve to 29-0-1 with 21 knockouts in the main event of the Premier Boxing Champions card Tuesday at the Palms.
Winning world titles hasn't been a problem for Javier Fortuna. The issue has been retaining them.
If you forgot about Mickey Bey, that's understandable. The former lightweight champion, 32, from Cleveland hasn't been in the ring for more than a year since having surgery on his right hand that took longer to heal than he had anticipated.
As Manny Pacquiao continues to heal from the torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder that required surgery, talk is ramping up over when the congressman from the Philippines will return to the ring.
Timothy Bradley could have picked anyone to train him for his title defense against Brandon Rios on Nov. 7 at the Thomas & Mack Center after parting ways with longtime trainer Joel Diaz. But he chose a voice boxing fans are familiar with — Teddy Atlas — the longtime ESPN analyst who will spend the next seven weeks with Bradley.