The “Long Count” is perhaps the most famous 14 seconds in boxing, if not all professional sport. But why it mattered deserves remembering.
Light heavyweight champion Andre Ward is retiring from boxing with an undefeated record because he no longer has the desire to fight.
Boxing legend Jake LaMotta, whose life was portrayed onscreen by Robert De Niro in the 1908 film “Raging Bull” has died at 95.
Gennady Golovkin retained his middleweight titles Saturday night, fighting to a draw with Canelo Alvarez in a brutal battle.
Floyd Mayweather beat Conor McGregor by technical knockout in the 10th round Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Nevada boxing regulators gave the two fighters an exemption to a rule requiring 10-ounce gloves for fights at 154 pounds, approving 8-ounce gloves.
With a bevy of new stars, one of whom just might be McCaskill, knocking on the door, women’s boxing looks to be in its best shape in a while.
The fashionably late fighters treated fans that waited hours for the latest stop in a promotional tour to about 30 minutes of profanities.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. owes $22.2 million in taxes from 2015, according to a notice of a federal tax lien filed by the IRS.
The WBO said three of the five independent judges who reviewed the bout awarded it to Horn, one awarded it to Pacquiao and one scored it a draw.
Liev Schreiber is outstanding as rough-edged, charismatic Chuck Wepner, the “Bayonne Bleeder” who redeemed himself in the ring opposite Muhammad Ali.
Hundreds gathered at the Garfield Park fieldhouse Tuesday night in honor of slain Chicago boxer Ed “Bad Boy” Brown, who was fatally shot on Saturday.
His daughter Kayla was a key reason Brown, 25, an undefeated, national junior welterweight boxer clearly headed to the big time didn’t leave Chicago.
Ed Brown’s co-manager Mike Cericola said the boxing ring is often “the scariest place” for people, but it was the “safest” for Brown.
If you were watching undefeated light heavyweight Mike Lee fight for the first time, it would be fair to wonder what all the fuss is about.