Manny Pacquiao gets his chance for revenge as well as the opportunity to get his title back when he and Timothy Bradley meet again on April 12 at the MGM Grand Garden, the site of their controversial fight on June 9, 2012.
Alfredo Angulo knows he wasn’t the first choice to face Saul “Canelo” Alvarez on March 8 at the MGM Grand Garden. Nor does he particularly care he was considered an afterthought.
Everything appears to be in place for Las Vegan Jessie Magdaleno to make a serious run at a world title fight in the next two years.
The Nevada Athletic Commission will not replace former executive director Keith Kizer on an interim basis and instead will go directly toward pursuing a permanent successor.
The next executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission must be smart, tough, fair and diplomatic. And that’s just for starters.
Forget world’s best fighter, Floyd Mayweather Jr. was rated by the South African government as the world’s greatest athlete and backed him to turn around boxing in the country.
He thought at this point of his career he would be busier, but Michael Hunter understands the business of boxing.
The Nevada Athletic Commission is looking for an executive director after Keith Kizer submitted his resignation Friday — much to the commission’s surprise.
Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will attempt to redeem himself against Alfredo Angulo on March 8 at the MGM Grand Garden. Alvarez, the former WBC world junior middleweight champ, looks to rebound from his loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. in September.
Manny Pacquiao woke up this morning knowing who he’ll next fight. The rest of the boxing world probably won’t know for a few more days.