This weekend’s card is ironic. In one sense, fans will be treated to a fight that we’ve never seen before and one that has been in demand for the past five years. The fight, of course, is the PPV main
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On April 13, WBA/WBO super bantamweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux’s manager Gary Hyde spoke about his fighter’s future. Since the modern approach of calling out future opponents hasn’t panned out for the undefeated fighter, Hyde added that Rigondeaux would personally travel
“Rigondeaux will travel to fight Quigg, Belfast to fight Frampton, or Las Vegas to fight Santa Cruz”
Unified super bantamweight world champion Guillermo “The Jackal” Rigondeaux (15-0, 10 KOs), arguably the most avoided reigning world title holder in modern boxing history, will travel to London next month in order to publicly confront his mandatory challenger, Scott Quigg
Pedro Diaz has been in the corner of two of the best world champions in the sport as a head trainer. He’s been in the corner with the likes of Guillermo Rigondeaux and Miguel Cotto. Now as the head trainer
WBC super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz (29-0-1, 17 knockouts) has been added to the Mayweather-Pacquiao undercard on May 2nd to be aired on both HBO and Showtime in a rare joint collaboration between the two major television networks at
It has been a hectic week in the super-bantamweight division; WBA champion Scott Quigg(30-0-2, 22KO’s) and his promoter Eddie Hearn have issued an open challenge worth £1,500,000 to IBF champ Carl Frampton(20-0, 14KO’s) for a unification fight in June. While
The biggest fight in the 122lb division doesn’t reside in the states; it’s across the pond in the United Kingdom between Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg. Both sides say they want the fight to be next, both sides seem to
European and Commonwealth super-bantamweight champion Kid Galahad(18-0, 9KO’s) sat down with James Helder from iFL TV over the past week to discuss the current state of his division. The top tier of which he feels very close to breaking into.
The plan in the United Kingdom is for a major showdown between Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg in the summer. Guillermo Rigondeaux’s manager Gary Hyde wrote a letter to the WBA recently asking the WBA to make a fight between
“I thought Josesito was going to beat him, but Berto’s strong and quick and he caught him with good punches.” Those were the words of Leo Santa Cruz as he was a spectator of the debut of PBC on Spike
Kovalev “Krushes” Pascal! In what turned out to be a very entertaining and competitive fight on Saturday night, Sergey Kovalev knocked out Jean Pascal in the 8th round of their championship bout. Pascal was beaten from pillar to post, but
International boxing manager Gary Hyde, president of Nowhere2Hyde Management, has formally petitioned the World Boxing Association (WBA) to enforce a mandatory title fight between Hyde’s fighter, WBA Super & World Boxing Organization (WBO) super bantamweight champion Guillermo “The Jackal” Rigondeaux
Now that we got our long awaited dream fight with Manny Pacquiao versus Floyd Mayweather on May 2nd. It’s time for us to be greedy as boxing fans and work on the next fights that simply must happen. While some
Filmed in noir in the car park outside his gym, Chris Avalos(25-2, 19KO’s) told Michelle Joy Phelps from ‘Behind the Gloves’ how unconcerned he is about the dangers of facing IBF World super-bantamweight champion Carl Frampton(19-0, 13KO’s) on February 28th.
Oscar De La Hoya “Let’s get one thing clear here, We didn’t choose to sell [Santa Cruz’s] contract.”
In a recent interview with Boxing Channel boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya made it clear that he did not choose to sell undefeated super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz’s (29 – 0 – 1) contract to Al Haymon. Quite
In another slow week for boxing we have a few decent headliners. Fights to look forward to and fights that look as though they may or may not happen, so let’s dig into this week’s edition of the “Week in
Leo Santa Cruz was one of the three boxers who were advised by Al Haymon and still had a contract with Golden Boy Promotions when the news broke of the Oscar De La Hoya/Richard Schaefer/Al Haymon split. The other two
“We’re waiting for whatever happens.” That was the sentiment of 122 lb. Unified WBA and WBO World Champion, Guillermo Rigondeaux on ESPN Deportes Golpe y Golpe Podcast when asked about a possible fight with WBC Champion Leo Santa Cruz. With
WBA Super, WBO and The Ring Magazine super bantamweight champion Guillermo “The Jackal” Rigondeaux (15-0, 10 KOs) is encouraged by reports that World Boxing Council (WBC) title-holder Leo Santa Cruz’ promoter, Oscar de la Hoya, believes a Rigondeaux-Santa Cruz unification
In Bury’s Scott Quigg and Belfast’s Carl Frampton, the UK is home to two of the four world champions in the super-bantamweight division. Both are newly-crowned with Quigg being awarded the WBA belt after holding the interim title, putting