Philippine boxing hero Manny Pacquiao on Thursday said he was "in negotiations" to face British fighter Amir Khan, after weeks of conflicting reports over his next bout.
Klitschko packing experience for Joshua fight
Vladimir Klitschko is counting on experience to help him regain the IBF and WBA heavyweight titles when he faces Britain’s Anthony Joshua at Wembley Stadium in April.
Mayweather vs McGregor edging closer?
A mouthwatering one-off collision of combat sport kings? Or a pointless circus sideshow with little or no intrinsic value as a spectacle? Whatever your viewpoint, the drumbeat of headlines linking retired former welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather to a showdown with mixed martial arts superstar Conor McGregor suggests a money-spinning fight is edging closer. On Tuesday,…
Mayweather quashes rumors of McGregor fight
Floyd Mayweather has shot down rumors of a deal to fight martial arts star Conor McGregor, insisting he is content to remain retired.
Financial adviser stole $1 million from Mike Tyson, other athletes
Brian J. Ourand, 55, pleaded guilty to embezzlement in a federal court yesterday. He allegedly took money from his clients through the use of bogus wire transfers and fraudulent checks.
Pacquiao invites fans to vote for next opponent on Twitter
The 38-year-old, who is also a senator in his Philippines homeland, came out of retirement to beat Jessie Vargas last November and is keen to begin the defence of his WBO crown which he won for a third time in 2016.
Pick my opponent, Pacquiao asks fans
Manny Pacquiao on Monday asked his legions of Twitter followers to choose his opponent after announcing his next world title defence will be in the United Arab Emirates.
Klitschko would beat Joshua if Steward was still alive, says Lewis
Boxing legend, Lennox Lewis believes Wladimir Klitschko would beat Anthony Joshua if his late trainer Manny Steward was still alive, reports mirror.co.uk.
In three years Joshua will be too good to beat, Klitschko confesses
Former world boxing heavyweight champion, Wladmir Klitschko, on Tuesday confessed that current champion, Anthony Joshua, will be too difficult to beat in three years time, reports mirror.co.uk.