Interim WBA heavyweight champion Luis Ortiz is back in training and could be taking the ring again in June if word of a possible fight with 7th ranked Alexander Ustinov in June comes to fruition.
Nothing much has been heard from the end of Puerto Rican boxer Miguel Cotto as of late. He has been on sabbatical since losing via decision to Canelo “Saul” Alvarez, a fight which he says he should have won.
Manny Pacquiao has been known to change his mind at times and the latest episode on his knack for doing so has something to do with his future plans after April 9.
Freddie Roach believes that Floyd Mayweather Jr. will make a return next year and he wants to get another crack at the undefeated American boxer.
Pacquiao may return to the boxing ring as early as March, 2016 though it remains to be seen who he could possibly face.
The long-awaited match between Miguel Cotto and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez seems to be progressing and from the looks of it, the fight will happen in November.
World-class boxing coach Freddie Roach is confident that Miguel Cotto can defeat Floyd Mayweather.
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Miguel Cotto announced talks are underway to make his fight with the famed Mexican star Canelo Alvarez happen.
Following impressive win versus Chris Algieri last Sunday, Manny Pacquiao has an option to go down to 140 pounds in the event that the blockbuster fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. does not happen. If he goes down to junior welterweight, he already has a likely opponent in still undefeated American Danny Garcia.
Manny Pacquiao is not so used to predicting the outcome of his fights. Not in public. But during a careless moment after a three-hour training session, he told reporters that he's looking at fighting Algieri for only six rounds.
Pacquiao coach and trainer Freddie Roach says that the Pacman will move back to junior welterweight division after his fight with Chris Algieri next month. Roach believes that the knockout would come back to Manny at 140 lbs and also open interesting fights for him.
Freddie Roach, Manny Pacquiao's trainer, gave the boxer the thumbs up to play a professional basketball game on October 19 -- on one condition.
Manny Pacquiao is set to retire from professional boxing in 2016.
According to his trainer Freddie Roach, boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao may have been taking steroids at one point in his career.