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Jones Jr. back in action Aug. 13 against Moore

Still going at age 47, former pound-for-pound king Roy Jones Jr. will fight Aug. 13 against "Rockin'" Rodney Moore, a 40-year-old from Houston who has lost nine straight fights.

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Boxing fight schedule

Want to know what fights are on the horizon? Check out the boxing schedule for 2016.

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Is Roy Jones Jr. ruining his legacy? (2:13)
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Chat wrap: Dan Rafael talks boxing

Senior writer Dan Rafael answers your questions about the sweet science, including a preview this weekend's fights and much more.

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Flanagan-Zlaticanin in works, DiBella says

Terry Flanagan and Dejan Zlaticanin are in advanced negotiations on a world lightweight title unification fight this fall, promoter Lou DiBella says.

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Notes: Garcia title defense on Sept. 24?

There is nothing official yet, but welterweight titlist Danny Garcia could make his title defense Sept. 24 on Showtime.

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Huck to face McKenzie in Germany on Sept. 24

Former cruiserweight world titleholder Marco Huck, long considered one of boxing's most crowd-pleasing fighters, will take on Ovill McKenzie on Sept. 24 in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Parker to take on Dimitrenko in October bout

Joseph Parker will square off with Alexander Dimitrenko on Oct. 1 in New Zealand, once again risking his status as the mandatory challenger for heavyweight world titleholder Anthony Joshua.

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Notes: Wilder and Arreola test negative

Heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder and Chris Arreola tested negative in their VADA blood and urine tests in conjunction with their July 16 fight.

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Crawford: Tonight's performance a nine out of ten (0:55)
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Frampton expecting 'even harder fight'

Carl Frampton does not believe the absence of Leo Santa Cruz's father Jose, who is fighting cancer, has badly affected the Mexican boxer in preparation for their fight on July 30.

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Frampton: Santa Cruz is overlooking me

Carl Frampton believes his next opponent Leo Santa Cruz is overlooking him ahead of their fight on July 30.

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Chat wrap: Dan Rafael talks boxing

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Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

On calling out the other champions at 126 pounds, Carl Frampton said: "I want big, memorable fights."

Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

"Distance control and hitting hard. I won the fight because I didn't lose control. I earned his respect early in the fight with my distance control and hard punching. I would love to take this man to Belfast for a rematch and show the people there what a great fighter he is." --Carl Frampton after defeating Leo Santa Cruz on Saturday to win a featherweight title.

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"It's a dream come true. I had the dream of winning a world title and I won it, but I never thought I'd win in two divisions. It was a tough fight, I wanted it to be a tough fight because I wanted a fight the people could remember. I respect him a lot. He was a true warrior. " --Carl Frampton on his win over Leo Santa Cruz.

Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

Fight of the year candidate! But after 12 hard-fought, Carl Frampton takes a featherweight belt away from Leo Santa Cruz with scorecards of 117-111, 116-112 and 114-114. Irish fans celebrated big.

Nigel Collins @NigelBoxing

Wow! That was our reward for all the bummers we suffer through. Thanks, Carl. Thanks, Leo. Unreal stuff. Bravo! I had it 115-114, Frampton