Andy Ruiz Jr. shocked the world when he knocked out Anthony Joshua last June, but Ruiz will have to overcome the odds once against against the hellbent ex-champ when the two collide in Saudi Arabia this weekend. The rematch is heavy on side plots, and we’ll explore the biggest ones heading into what will surely be another historic night of heavyweight boxing.
Jermall Charlo looks to make a statement against Dennis Hogan, and Chris Eubanks Jr. hopes to secure a world title shot against the tough Matt Koborov on a big boxing card this Saturday night. Check out how BetAmerica sees it ahead of this weekend’s action.
Perhaps more than any other sport, there is nothing more exciting than a boxing underdog overcoming the odds and sending shockwaves through the sport. In this day and age where fighters are carefully guided to titles and protected by promotional red tape, upsets seem far and few between with many bouts seemingly foregone conclusions. However, these five elite fighters might be flirting with danger and in 2020, their luck may run out.
Callum Smith hopes to keep his WBA super middleweight title and a shot at Saul “Canelo” Alvarez intact as he prepares for a homecoming clash against the well-traveled John Ryder on November 23. It will be high action in the UK, between two top talents, and BetAmerica has the inside scoop for fight night.
As female boxing begins to enjoy a spirited uprising in interest in the United States, here’s a look at five of the most ferocious female boxers to ever grace the ring.
As the heavyweight division prepares for a furious finish to wrap up the year, Deontay Wilder finds himself across the ring against a dangerous, yet familiar foe in Luis Ortiz. Though Wilder remains a significant favorite to repeat his 2018 win, there are plenty of subplots and nuances this time around, and bettors should watch out for what might come next.
The World Boxing Super Series comes to a close on Thursday, November 7 in Saitama, Japan as bantamweight king Naoya Inoue faces off against the legendary Nonito Donaire. It’s guile vs. grit in a main event that is sure to produce plenty of fireworks.
Everyone has an opinion when it comes to deciding who were the greatest fighters of all time, and while every era has had its standout group, only a select few are true all-time greats. Whether it was an impeccable skill set, a long career defined by big wins or being the torchbearer of the sport, these fighters will forever be considered among the best ever. These are the top five pound-for-pound fighters of the modern era.
Heavyweight fever is finally coming back to boxing as we are entering a new great era of competition, but whoever is the last man standing will still have a ways to go before they are remembered as one of the greatest that ever did it. Here are the five greatest heavyweights of the modern era.
In one of the most intriguing fights of the year, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez looks to win a title in a fourth weight class to further cement his status as one of the best fighters in the sport. This will be no small task as he faces an aging, but dangerous light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev who will do anything to spoil Canelo’s coronation.