Jamal James was the rangier fighter with the better command of distance Tuesday night at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, and he knew it. And he knew Javier Molina knew it, too.
The creepiest scenario for horror movies is easily anything that involves murderous clowns or evil puppets. If someone ever figures out a way to make a successful “It”/“Child’s Play” crossover movie, it’ll ruin sleep for an entire generation.
Danny Garcia’s career at 147 pounds started as well as he could have hoped for. So far he’s 1-for-1 with a stoppage of Paulie Malignaggi. You can’t win ‘em all unless you win the first one.
On paper, what jumps out is the considerable height and reach advantages Deontay Wilder brings to his heavyweight title defense against challenger Artur Szpilka.
Miguel Flores was a busy man late in 2015. He didn’t take on his first opponent until May, but he crammed in four fights in six months to round out the year, and he’s not letting that momentum slide in 2016.
Antonio DeMarco announced his retirement in the ring after losing to Rances Barthelemy in June. In returning to take on Omar Figueroa Jr., he proved he had plenty of fight left in him.
Chris Arreola and Travis Kauffman came into their fight Saturday night at the AT&T Center in San Antonio as friends and longtime sparring partners. They left with plenty of questions unsettled.
Thursday’s press conference saw fireworks between Chris Arreola and Travis Kauffman when heated words turned into pushing and shoving. Friday’s weigh-in wasn’t as explosive, but Arreola wasn’t going to just let bygones be bygones.