Saturday's face-off between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is five years in the making, and the infighting behind the scenes highlights many of the issues facing modern boxing.
Gennady Golovkin, potentially the best fighter in the world, handily defeated Marco Antonio Rubio on Saturday. It'll be a while yet before he faces a real challenge.
A hostile rivalry between two promotion companies is preventing some of the most intriguing potential matchups in boxing from happening—including Pacquiao vs. Mayweather.
It's lonely—and boring—at the top for the champion welterweight, who easily dismissed a supposedly worthy opponent Saturday to go 45-0 and continue a 17-year winning streak.
One of the best boxers in the world took a punch from Juan Manuel Marquez Saturday night and went down, face first.
This weekend's Breeders' Cup World Championships still attract people who love fashion, betting—and, oh yeah, the sport itself.
The central sporting dilemma of our day played out again this weekend: How much brutality is too much?
The boxer had his first loss in seven years last night, in a fight that most people thought he'd won.
The boxer maintained his incredible winning streak Saturday, but seemed slower, more vulnerable, and concerned about his status as a sports-world villain.
The Broncos quarterback captured the loyalty of countless Americans with his outspoken religiousness and unconventional playing style.
The boxing star delivered an uninspiring performance, but managed to win the judges' decision against Juan Manuel Marquez
The two heavyweights had brutal fights in the ring, but it was Ali's verbal jabs that hurt Frazier most in the long run
The world-champion boxer beat Victor Ortiz Saturday night with a controversial knock-out
Fox just secured the rights to air mixed martial arts fights, marking the sport's official entry into the mainstream
HBO and Showtime are each premiering stories about baseball this week, with mixed results
Mike Lee is getting a lot of attention for his unusual background. But does he have what it takes to be a champion?
The greatest boxer of our time can't find anybody who will fight back
Can a five-foot-six Filipino boxer with a weak command of the English language become a celebrity in the U.S.?
Promoters couldn't sell out the arena at this weekend's lightweight championship. Why doesn't the sport have mainstream appeal anymore?