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Condition of Muhammad Ali ‘vastly improved,’ spokesman says

The condition of Muhammad Ali has “vastly improved” since he was admitted to the hospital over the weekend with a mild case of pneumonia and doctors hope to discharge the boxing legend soon, a spokesman said on Monday.

 
Mayweather’s former fiancee says boxer beat her in new lawsuit

The former fiancee of Floyd Mayweather Jr. claims in a civil lawsuit that the superstar boxer beat her during their relationship and later publicly humiliated her by posting on social media a sonogram of her pregnancy and saying they broke up because she got an abortion.

 
Mayweathers are on the same page for Maidana rematch

Undefeated welterweight world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his father and trainer, Floyd Sr., said the know what to expect from Marcos Maidana when the two meet again Sept. 13 at the MGM Grand Garden and they’ve got a game plan to deal with it.

 
Pacquiao-Bradley 2 — worth the wait?

From the moment ring announcer Michael Buffer read the scores the night of June 9, 2012, many fans and boxing media members were demanding an immediate rematch between Timothy Bradley and Manny Pacquiao. Saturday night, they’ll get it.

 
Boxer Bradley learns to laugh off critics

The reigning WBO welterweight champion has newfound fans and improved confidence thanks to impressive wins since his controversial split-decision victory over Manny Pacquiao in 2012. The two meet again on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden.

 
Top Rank’s Arum unloads on MGM as poor hosts

Things have been, well, docile, in the run-up to Saturday’s Manny Pacquiao-Timothy Bradley rematch. So Top Rank chairman Bob Arum decided to spice things up at Wednesday’s final news conference by taking a swipe at the host property for the fight — the MGM Grand.

 
Bond between Pacquiao, trainer Roach tight as ever

The eight-time world champion boxer and the Hall of Fame trainer bond like family and have stayed together during the good times and the darkest moments. Both Pacquiao and Roach are looked to avenge the controversial 2012 split-decision loss to Timothy Bradley this Saturday.

 
Older Alvarez brother on own mission

It’s usually hard to predict what’s going to happen in boxing. But one thing is certain come Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden: The Alvarez brothers will leave the ring the same way they entered — without a championship belt.

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