FavoritesSettings

Play
Ed Diller/DiBella Entertainment
1dDan Rafael

Garcia feeling confident at welterweight for Malignaggi fight

Former junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia has his eyes on winning a world title at 147 pounds. He'll start by testing himself against veteran Paulie Malignaggi on Saturday.

Play
Garcia, Malignaggi conversation (2:08)
Play
Watch Parker KO Tupou in first round (0:56)
Emily Harney/Hoganphotos/Golden Boy
1dDan Rafael

Let the Matthysse-Postol hype begin

The deal for hard-charging puncher Lucas Matthysse and Viktor Postol to meet Oct. 3 for a vacant junior welterweight world title is now official.

Play
De La Hoya talks Special Olympics (3:14)
AP Photo/Eric Gay
20hDan Rafael

Andrade stripped of junior middleweight title

Demetrius Andrade was stripped of his junior middleweight world title by the WBO on Friday because he was inactive, having not fought for the past 14 months.

Eric Gay/AP Images
2dDan Rafael

Andrade promoters file suit vs. Roc Nation Sports

Banner Promotions and Star Boxing, who co-promote junior middleweight champ Demetrius Andrade, allege that Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports interfered with their exclusive agreement with Andrade.

Dave Thompson/Getty Images
2dDan Rafael

Perez, Crolla must have rematch, WBA orders

The WBA has ordered a rematch of a lightweight fight between Darleys Perez and Anthony Crolla. Perez retained the title in a controversial draw earlier this month.

Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images
2dGrantland

The Ropes podcast: Garcia-Malignaggi

Rafe Bartholomew and Brian Campbell preview Saturday's PBC on ESPN card with Paulie Malignaggi cornerman and best friend Peter Sferrazza, and catch up on the latest news including GGG-Lemieux.

Stephen Dunn/Getty Images
3dDan Rafael

Flyweight champ Gonzalez added to GGG card

Flyweight champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez will defend his title on Oct. 17 on the undercard of the middleweight world title unification bout between Gennady Golovkin and David Lemieux.

Play
Buncey's Boxing Podcast: Moran, Rose, Eggington (43:53)
Play
Garcia: 'I have to set the pace' (4:58)
Play
De La Hoya on Golovkin-Lemieux (3:40)
Play
Mayweather to face Berto in next fight? (3:44)
Play
Esparza: 'I still don't like Canadians' (0:53)
Play
Shields wins gold medal (0:49)
Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Images
4dDan Rafael

Adamek ending retirement to take on Saleta

Tomasz Adamek, the former cruiserweight world champion, is coming out of retirement to face popular countryman Przemyslaw Saleta in a scheduled 10-round fight on Sept. 25.

Play1:04
5dBrian Campbell

Shumenov outpoints Flores for interim title

Former light heavyweight titlist Beibut Shumenov looked like a new fighter Saturday and scored a unanimous decision win over B.J. Flores to claim the vacant interim cruiserweight title.

Play5:24
5dDan Rafael

Golovkin, Lemieux agree to Oct. unification bout

Gennady Golovkin and Montreal slugger David Lemieux will meet to unify their middleweight world titles on Oct. 17 in an HBO PPV main event at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Now

Watch: PBC on ESPN: Garcia vs. Malignaggi

Danny Garcia looks to remain undefeated as he moves up to welterweight, with his first fight at 147 pounds tonight against former champ Paulie Malignaggi in Malignaggi's hometown. Plus: Sergio Mora takes on Daniel Jacobs. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Ed Diller/DiBella Entertainment

It's a great night for a fight

Paulie Malignaggi is a champion in multiple weight classes. Danny Garcia is undefeated in 30 fights. Get familiar with these two main eventers ahead of Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN at 9 ET.

Play2:22

Previewing the PBC co-main event

For three months in 2008, Sergio Mora was known as more than just the winner of the 1st season of "The Contender." He was a world titleholder. Tonight, he challenges Daniel Jacobs for his secondary middleweight title. (Live on ESPN, 9 ET)

Play2:48

Nigel Collins @NigelBoxing

Lenin Castillo D 8 Travis Peterkin. Messy, disappointing fight considering both men came in undefeated.

Nigel Collins @NigelBoxing

Two points taken from Peterkin, one in fourth, one in the fifth, making things very close after five rounds.

Nigel Collins @NigelBoxing

Castillo bleeding from cut over left eye as he returns to corner at the end of third. Accidental head butt.

Nigel Collins @NigelBoxing

First round light heavy 8 rounder. Travis Peterkin and Lenin Castillo: tame stuff, no serious punches landed.