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1. Floyd Mayweather Jr., welterweight (44-0): Floyd is back in the top spot. Truth be told, it was an easy decision since Andre Ward has been inactive for so long. His win over Robert Guerrero on Cinco de Mayo proved he still has it. His September 14 bout against Canelo Alvarez is more proof that Mayweather is finally ready to put everything on the line.
2. Canelo Alvarez, junior middleweight...Read more »
The Neutral Corner presents its fight wish list for 2013.
Floyd Mayweather (40-0) vs. Anyone: We want to see Mayweather fight anyone at this point. We know the “Money” man is very particular about who he fights and when, but its time he starts to justify why fans need to wait forever between fights. Manny Pacquiao, Canelo Alvarez and Tim Bradley are just a few of the several fighters we’d...Read more »
Andre Ward doesn’t plan on letting a shoulder injury stop his progress up boxing’s ladder.
The WBA and WBC super middleweight champion had to back out of a fight against Kelly Pavlik which was originally scheduled for January 26, but moved to March because of Ward’s injury.
Now the fight has been canceled with no talk of a future date.
Said Ward: “When I first got injured, there...Read more »
There has been a change at the top. Andre Ward takes over the top spot in the Neutral Corner Top 10 pound-for-pound list. Floyd Mayweather Jr. fans won’t like it, but Ward has been active and he’s beaten most of the top 168-pound fighters in the world and the best light heavyweight. Can’t deny Ward the top spot this time.
1. Andre Ward, super middleweight, (26-0): Ward has beaten Mikkel Kessler,...Read more »
Saturday could be a big day for boxing as Chad Dawson squares off against Andre Ward in a much-anticipated 168-pound bout at the Oracle Arena in Oakland live on HBO’s Championship Boxing.
Just how important is this fight to Dawson? Dawson (31-1, 17 KOs) dropped down from light heavyweight to super middle weight to take the fight against Ward (25-0, 13 KOs). He also is fighting...Read more »
Previous participants of the Super Six World Boxing Classic weigh in on who will the championship bout between Andre Ward and Carl Froch. The final takes place on Saturday, Dec. 17, from Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., live on Showtime.
Here’s what they had to say:
Andre Dirrell: Super Six Result: Lost split-decision to Froch (Oct. 17, 2009) “My sense is going toward...Read more »
After a few bumps and bruises, three dropouts and a postponement, Showtime’s Super Six World Boxing Classic Final, featuring WBC super middleweight champion Andre Ward and WBA titlist Carl Froch is here.
The two are set to square off on Saturday night at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on Showtime.
The fight was originally set for Oct. 29 but an eye injury suffered during training camp...Read more »