Andre Ward Greatest Hits

Are you ready for next weekend’s explosive card, bringing together Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev for a battle in the ring on HBO Boxing? Gearing up for the battle, let’s count down the greatest hits for Andre Ward, looking at his incredible...

Johnny Tapia Lands A Spot In The Boxing Hall Of Fame

The Boxing Hall of Fame grows one bigger this weekend, as boxing legend Johnny Tapia will be inducted, following his passing five years ago. “Albuquerque’s “People Champ” Johnny Tapia was one of the best boxers to ever come out of New Mexico. The 5-time world champion will now be immortalized forever in the sport her loved, as he will be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame on Sunday in New York…” [ Read more here...

The Best Fighters Train At The Dive Bar

The top boxers train with the champions at The Heavyweight Factory in Hollywood, Florida. Do you have what it takes to be the next heavyweight champion? Apply here. For the latest and greatest boxing and physical training news on the internet, follow The Heavyweight Factory on...

Tomorrow Night: Adonis Stevenson Vs. Andrzej Fonfara

With the battle of Adonis Stevenson Vs. Andrzej Fonfara heating up for tomorrow night, Forbes’ boxing experts are weighing in with what we can expect to see from the action. “At 39 years old, Adonis Stevenson (28-1, 23KOs) might be one of the most underrated light heavyweights of his time. His sole loss came at the hands of Darnell Boone by way of TKO in 2010. A loss he avenged three years later by KO in March 2013…” [ Read more here...

HBO Boxing Previews Ward vs. Kovalev 2

The light heavyweight titans, Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev, will be heading back to the ring for a rematch – on June 17th. The sour feelings after the first battle will be put to the test, as the boxing world looks forward to seeing what will become of their second...

Highlighting The Career Of Errol Spence Jr

Following his domination in the Spence vs. Brooks fight, Boxing Legends TV is taking an indepth look into the career of Errol Spence Jr: “Spence took the baton from Brook last Saturday night in snatching his IBF welterweight title. You would have liked to have seen Brook pour praise over the head of Spence to let the boxing world know that he’s the next star in the division and the new kid on the block. That didn’t happen though. Instead of Brook smothering Spence with compliments from head to toe, he used the old eye injury excuse that he’d used in his previous fight against Triple G…” [ Read more here...