In which the ex-world champion learns to love the boring life.
But for one youthful mistake, Jesus Chavez could be the super featherweight champion of the world. Instead, he’s facing a heavyweight challenge: how to get back in the ring and redeem himself.
Retiring from the life of a brawler.
Hoping to raise money for his mother’s funeral, Bradley Rone died in a lackluster fight for a small purse in front of a meager crowd. He was, sad to say, in his element.
British, Pakistani, Muslim—how fans from Islamabad to London to New York process the champion boxer.
The former heavyweight champion of the world and the world’s most notorious boxing promoter are battling in court over millions of dollars.
T.L. Church, after impressive entrance, registers bows right and left, waves to his pals; sits in a ringside seat, shaking hands, and never sees the fights.
From Houston to Hollywood, everyone wants a piece of heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman. Fortunately, there’s enough of him to go around.
As women’s boxing makes its long-awaited debut at the Olympics, all eyes are on Marlen Esparza, America’s best hope for the gold.
Growing up in Wichita Falls, I was a skinny kid with buckteeth and an inconveniently feminine first name. So I did what I could to work out the anger and fear in my head: I learned how to box. But not very well.
Before he was convicted of rape and hauled off to prison in 1983, Tony Ayala was one of pro boxing’s most prominent stars.
Champions are always looked upon as best fighter ever, and that is why Jack Dempsey is called by so many to defeat the clever Frenchman.
Dmitriy Salita is an Orthodox Jew and a professional fighter. Which raises a question of Talmudic complexity: Can a man who pummels people for a living be holy?