Adrien Broner in delusionally sad statements, one loss from oblivion

Adrien Broner is living off the past after discussing his latest comeback fight in February with an unfathomable statement. “The Problem” is a multi-weight world champion. That cannot be denied. However, Broner hasn’t scored a top-level victory against a world-class operator in almost a decade. Nine and a half years ago, Broner defeated Paulie Malignaggi … Read more

Tim Bradley, Jr & Rafael Marquez Inducted Into IBHOF!

by Ken Hissner: Tim “Desert Storm” Bradley, Jr. and Rafael Marquez, two-division world champions whose exciting styles earned both “Fight of the Year” honors, and Super Middleweight World champion Carl “The Cobra” Froch have been inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. The Members of the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum are … Read more

Baumgardner Approved To Fight For Undisputed Crown; Choi Named ‘Champion In Recess’ By WBA

Alycia Baumgardner vowed that her next fight would be for the undisputed championship. The WBA has granted that wish, even though it will come without its own champion involved in the process. BoxingScene.com has confirmed that every major title in the junior lightweight division will be at stake for Baumgardner’s next fight. The reigning lineal/WBC/IBF/WBO/IBO … Read more

Women’s Ratings Update: Bridges to No. 3 at bantam, Hermans rated at 154

Ebanie Bridges becomes IBF World Female Bantamweight champion. 26 March 2022 Picture By Mark Robinson Matchroom Boxing. A historic year for women’s boxing is coming to a close, and the action continues to produce important changes in our trailblazing women’s ratings. Starting with the junior middleweight division, a couple of fights produced some interesting results. … Read more

The Beltline: Can a fighter be crowned “Fighter of the Year” despite not officially winning a fight this year?

WANTING it, if only to remove from my mouth the bitter taste which had lingered since February, I kept waiting all year to see a performance in a British ring better than the one Jack Catterall produced against Josh Taylor at super-lightweight 10 months ago. But, alas, despite my patience, it never arrived. Stuck with … Read more