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The Greatest Sport On Earth - A guide to the best fights in boxing history

Nothing beats a great fight. Not football, not soccer, not baseball. Want to put this to the test? If your neighbors were throwing down on your lawn during the Super Bowl, your living room would be empty before someone could shout out World Star.
What follows below is a comprehensive list of the greatest fights of all time. Not all fights are created equally. Some are here for different reasons. They will be labeled as such.
One thing you will learn is that great fights are always happening. If you like Rocky type of violence, you only need to tune into any card 3 hours early and watch young kids desperately try to make their names against veterans who are clinging onto their meek stance in the sport.
Let's get right into things:

The Classics

Below is a list of the generally agreed upon greatest fights. If you’re on the fence or brand new to boxing, this is the first list of fights you should look at. Below have stood the test of time. The events of the fights below leave a lasting impression. They never leave the mind. They require revisiting again and again because full appreciation of the brutality, of the artistry, of the drama cannot be drunk in just one gulp.

Marvin Hagler 60(50)-2-2 vs Tommy Hearns 40(34)-1

12 rounds WBC world middleweight title WBA world middleweight title IBF world middleweight title April 15, 1985 Cesar Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube HBO Legendary Nights

Diego Corrales 39(32)-2 vs Jose Luis Castillo 52(46)-6-1

12 rounds WBC world lightweight title WBO world lightweight title May 7, 2005 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube

Arturo Gatti 34(28)-5 vs Micky Ward 37(27)-11

10 rounds super lightweight division May 18, 2002 Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut YouTube

Alexis Arguello 72(59)-5 vs Aaron Pryor 31(29)-0

15 rounds WBA world super lightweight title November 12, 1982 Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida YouTube HBO Legendary Nights

Muhammad Ali 31(25)-0 vs Joe Frazier 26(23)-0 I

15 rounds WBC world heavyweight title WBA world heavyweight title March 8, 1971 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York YouTube

Bobby Chacon 50(42)-6-1 vs Rafael Limon 50(37)-12-2 IV

15 rounds WBC world super featherweight title December 11, 1982 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California YouTube

Erik Morales 35(28)-0 vs Marco Antonio Barrera 49(36)-2

12 rounds WBC world super bantamweight title WBO world super bantamweight title February 19, 2000 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube

Riddick Bowe 31(27)-0 vs Evander Holyfield 28(22)-0

12 rounds WBC world heavyweight title WBA world heavyweight title IBF world heavyweight title November 13, 1992 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube HBO Legendary Nights

Israel Vazquez 41(30)-3 vs Rafael Marquez 36(32)-3

12 rounds WBC world super bantamweight title March 3, 2007 Home Depot Center, Carson, California YouTube

Ray Leonard 30(21)-1 vs Thomas Hearns 32(30)-0

15 rounds WBC world welterweight title WBA world welterweight title September 16, 1981 Caesars Palace, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube HBO Legendary Nights

Salvador Sanchez 33(27)-1-1 vs Danny Lopez 42(39)-3

12 rounds WBC world featherweight title February 2, 1980 Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona YouTube

Julio Cesar Chavez 68(56)-0 vs Meldrick Taylor 24(14)-0-1

12 rounds WBC world super lightweight title IBF world super lightweight title March 17, 1990 Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube

Muhammad Ali 48(34)-2 vs Joe Frazier 32(27)-2

15 rounds WBC world heavyweight title WBA world heavyweight title October 1, 1975 Amanita Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines YouTube

Historical Classics

These fights are all pre-1980. Some are in black and white. None are any less brutal than the fights below or above.

Joe Louis 35(29)-1 vs Max Schmeling 52(37)-7-4 II

15 rounds World heavyweight title Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York June 22, 1938 YouTube

Carmen Basilio 51(25)-12-7 vs Sugar Ray Robinson 140(91)-5-2

15 rounds World middleweight title September 23, 1957 Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York YouTube

Rocky Graziano 45(34)-7-5 vs Tony Zale 63(41)-16-2 II

15 rounds World middleweight title July 16, 1947 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois YouTube

Carmen Basilio 47(21)-11-7 vs Tony DeMarco 47(30)-6-1

15 rounds World welterweight title November 30, 1955 Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts YouTube

Rocky Marciano 42(37)-0 vs Joe Walcott 51(32)-16-2

15 rounds World heavyweight title September 23, 1952 Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania YouTube

Jack Dempsey 52(42)-4-9 vs Luis Firpo 25(21)-2

15 rounds NYSAC world heavyweight title September 14, 1923 Polo Grounds, New York, New York YouTube

Joe Louis 54(46)-1 vs Billy Conn 62(13)-10-1

15 rounds World heavyweight title June 19, 1946 Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York YouTube

Ray Robinson 128(84)-1-2 vs Randy Turpin 40(29)-2-1 I

15 rounds World middleweight title July 10, 1951 Earls Court Arena, Kensington, London, United Kingdom YouTube

Gene Tunney 54(44)-5-9 vs Jack Dempsey 63(47)-1-1 II

10 rounds National Boxing Association World heavyweight title September 22, 1927 Soldiers Field, Chicago, Illinois YouTube

Emile Griffith 52(18)-7 vs Nino Benevenuti 71(30)-1

15 rounds WBC world middleweight title WBA world middleweight title April 17, 1967 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York YouTube

Muhammad Ali 44(31)-2 vs George Foreman 40(37)-0

15 rounds WBC world heavyweight title WBA world heavyweight title October 30, 1974 State du 20 Mai, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo YouTube

Rocky Marciano 42(37)-0 vs Joe Walcott 51(32)-16-2

15 rounds World heavyweight title September 23, 1952 Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania YouTube

George Foreman 40(37)-1 vs Ron Lyle 31(22)-3-1

15 rounds vacant NABF heavyweight title January 24, 1976 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube

Contemporary Classics

These fights are a little more recent. Mostly post 80s, but certainly deserving of being in a separate category of classic fights.

Roberto Duran 71(56)-1 vs Ray Leonard 27(18)-0

15 rounds WBC world welterweight title June 20, 1980 Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada YouTube

Nigel Benn 39(32)-2-1 vs Gerald McClellan 31(29)-2

12 rounds WBC world super middleweight title February 25, 1995 New London Arena, Millwall, London, United Kingdom YouTube

Marvin Hagler 61(51)-2-2 vs John Mugabi 25(25)-0

12 rounds WBC world middleweight title WBA world middleweight title IBF world middleweight title March 10, 1986 Caesars Palace, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada YouTube

Salvador Sanchez 43(31)-1-1 vs Azumah Nelson 13(10)-0

15 rounds WBC world featherweight title July 21, 1982 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York YouTube

Herol Graham 43(26)-2 vs Julian Jackson 40(38)-1

12 rounds vacant WBC world middleweight title November 24, 1990 Torrequebrada Hotel & Casino, Benalmádena, Andalucia, Spain YouTube

Hector Camacho 28(15)-0 vs Edwin Rosario 28(24)-1

12 rounds WBC world lightweight title June 13, 1986 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York YouTube

Roberto Duran 84(61)-7 vs Iran Barkley 25(16)-4

12 rounds WBC world middleweight title February 24, 1989 Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey YouTube
Note: I typically do not re-watch fights. I have a few that I do for sentimental reasons, but on the whole I don't watch fights more than once if I don't have to. I've provided some blurbs below from what I can remember of fights. As I remember more, I'll continue to add them in. Nearly all of these fights are on YouTube.

Heavyweight Brawls

Everyone loves a good heavyweight scrap, right? I can't be as detailed with the rest of the lists (you'll soon see why) so if one of these interests you, you're gonna have to do the googling yourself. Anyway, this is part of the fun of boxing anyway. Simply watching a brawl isn't always enough. There's nothing quite like watching a back and forth fight with some emotional investment or having something at stake in the fight. I recommend from here on out you research these fighters. You might spoil the result, but most of these fights stand alone. Even if you know the result they're nearly all exciting.
  • Ike Ibeabuchi vs David Tua
  • Lamon Brewster vs Siarhei Liakhovich
  • Michael Moorer vs Bert Cooper
  • Tommy Morrison vs Razor Rudduck
  • Tommy Morrison vs Joe Hipp
  • Ron Lyle vs Ernie Shavers
  • Lennox Lewis vs Vitali Klitschko
  • Derrick Jefferson vs Maurice Harris
  • Jumbo Cummings vs Frank Bruno

The 80s

It's going to be rare to find any of these fights in crystal clear HD, but I don't think it's necessary. Knockouts are knockouts.
  • Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Yaqui Lopez II (I can't remember where I read this, but someone said "You know a guy is guaranteed fireworks when his name is Yaqui.")
  • Freddie Pendleton vs Frankie Randall
  • Rocky Kelly vs Tony Brown
  • Bernardo Pinango vs Frankie Duarte
  • Michael Carbajal vs Will Grigsby
  • Art Jimmerson vs Lenny LaPaglia (There is very little defense in this one.)
  • Freddie Roach vs Tommy Cordova (Watching Freddie Roach fight will tell you all you need to know about how he trains.)
  • Bobby Chacon vs Cornelius Boza Edwards
  • Edwin Rosario vs Jose Luis Ramirez

The 90s

Okay, quality is steadily increasing.
  • Johnny Tapia vs Paulie Ayala (A lot of sites list this among the classics list at the very top. I'm not going to go that far because I like balance.)
  • Marco Antonio Barrera vs Kennedy McKinney (This is the first fight ever on HBO's Boxing After Dark. It's a highly tactical war.)
  • Pernell Whitaker vs Jose Luis Ramirez (Who said defense wasn't fun?)
  • Junior Jones vs Kennedy McKinney
  • Israel Vazquez vs Marcos Licona
  • Michael Carbajal vs Muanchai Kitikasem
  • Micky Ward vs Reggie Green (If we were going to put together a list of the fighters who went the farthest on heart alone, Micky Ward would be somewhere in the top 10)
  • Naseem Hamed vs Kevin Kelley (The Prince was a special fighter. You'll see why.)
  • Marlon Starling vs Maurice Blocker (significant for Roach vs Futch)
  • Arturo Gatti vs Wilson Rodriguez (Gatti is guaranteed entertainment. Here is another shining example of why you don't hook with a hooker.)
  • Jorge Arce vs Michael Carbajal
  • Oscar De La Hoya vs Shane Mosley (Two of the top pound-for-pound fighters get together and take turns putting a beating on the other guy. Oscar's jab was such a thing of beauty in the 90s that Mosley complains of back pain from his neck snapping back.)
  • Erik Morales vs Daniel Zaragoza
  • Oscar De La Hoya vs Fernando Vargas (Lots and lots of drama in this one. Wild crowd takes it over the top.)

The 00s

  • Juan Manuel Marquez vs Juan Diaz I (All-out, aggressive, face-first offense walks into one of the greatest counter-punchers of all time. Guess what happens...)
  • Manny Pacquiao vs Erik Morales I & II (Before he became Manny Pacquiao, he had to go to school somewhere.)
  • Marco Antonio Rubio vs Enrique Ornelas (Traditional Mexican style war)
  • Silence Mabuza vs Yonnhy Perez
  • Fernando Montiel vs Luis Melendez (Montiel used to be a bad little man)
  • Roman Martinez vs Daniel Jimenez
  • Joe Calzaghe vs Mikkel Kessler (Fantastic fight featuring an established champion and a young up-and-comer)
  • Adonis Stevenson vs Anthony Bonsante
  • Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam vs Would Guarras
  • Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad (You've got to read about the build-up around the fight. This was one of the first sporting events after September 11.)
  • Carl Thompson vs Sebastiaan Rothmann
  • Luis Concepcion vs Hernan Marquez II (This is what happens when you mix gasoline and fire)
  • Giovani Segura vs Ivan Calderon I (All-out offense vs a defensive master.)
  • Giovani Segura vs Hernan Marquez (All-out offense vs all-out offense)
  • Giovanni Segura vs Cesar Chinchilla I (All-out offensive vs more offense)
  • Rogers Mtagwa vs Artom Simony
  • John Duddy vs Yori Boy Campas
  • Carl Thompson vs Ezra Sellers
  • Alex Stewart vs Ezra Sellers
  • Micky Ward vs Emanuel Augustus (An absolute must-watch. It probably could qualify as a classic. If you're a new fan, these fighters are required watches.)
  • Alex Arthur vs Michael Gomez (This is a wild fight with an even crazier crowd. The atmosphere is truly special.)
  • Paul Samuels vs Cello Renda I
  • Satoshi Hosono vs Hiroyuki Enoki
  • Tomas Villa vs Rogers Mtgawa
  • Daniel Edouard vs Willie Gibbs
  • Kelly Pavlik vs Jermain Taylor (The emergence of a monster dismantles the boxer.)
  • James Toney vs Vassiliy Jirov (The counter punching master revival)
  • Carl Froch vs Jean Pascal (This is a brutal fight between two guys looking to make a name.)
  • Felix Trinidad vs Fernando Vargas (The Puerto Rican superstar controversial stops a Mexican warrior)
  • Felix Trinidad vs Ricardo Mayorga (The Puerto Rican superstar gets his chance to shut Mayorga's mouth up.)
  • Antonio Margarito vs Miguel Cotto (One of the most controversial and bloody fights in recent memory.)
  • Joel Casamayor vs Michael Katsidis (Katsidis knows one thing and he knows it well.)
  • Graham Earl vs Michael Katsidis (This is a Katsidis fight so you know what to expect.)
  • Carl Froch vs Jermain Taylor (A dramatic fight with a big finish.)

2010 to Now

  • Sergio Martinez vs Paul Williams I (Two of the most avoided fighters in boxing meet since nobody else would fight them. The result is magical.)
  • Tim Bradley vs Ruslan Provodnikov (A dramatic and brutal fight between two of the toughest warriors in the sport.)
  • Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez IV (The conclusion to their epic series is the best installment of the series.)
  • Orlando Salido vs Juan Manuel Lopez (Mexico vs Puerto Rico does it again.)
  • Brandon Rios vs Mike Alvarado I (Not much technical boxing going on here. Just a classic slugfest.)
  • Marcos Maidana vs Victor Ortiz (Nobody deserves to take a beating like these guys took.)
  • Orlando Salido vs Terdsak Kokietgym (I lost count of the knockdowns.)
  • Francisco Rodriguez Jr vs Katsunari Takayama (Takayama only knows how to fight like his life is on the line.)
  • Mike Alvarado vs Breidis Prescott (A brutal fight.)
  • Marcos Madiana vs Josesito Lopez (Another classic slugfest from Maidana.)
  • Marco Huck vs Krzysztof Glowacki (A long reigning champion meets a young hungry lion.)
  • Adrien Broner vs Marcos Maidana (Adrien Broner stands toe-to-toe with Marcos Maidana. The winner earns a shot at Floyd Mayweather.)
  • Carl Froch vs Mikkel Kessler I & II (Two elite super middleweights have a pair of classic wars.)
  • Lucas Matthysse vs John Molina (Molina tells everyone he's not afraid of Matthysse and has power of his own. Then the bell rings.)
  • Erik Morales vs Marcos Maidana (A throwback performance from a legendary Mexican warrior against one of the hardest punchers in the sport.)
  • Victor Ortiz vs Josesito Lopez (Ortiz brings offense. Lopez brings more.)
  • Tommy Coyle vs Daniel Brizuela (A wild back and forth fight with enough knockdowns for this entire list.)
  • Victor Ortiz vs Andre Berto ("Oh my god!")
  • Terence Crawford vs Yuriorkis Gamboa (Two elite boxers meet for a wild back-and-forth fight.)
  • Orlando Salido vs Roman Martinez I (Mexico vs Puerto Rico. Enough said.)
  • Chris John vs Daud Yordan (The long reigning paper champion of Indonesia loses some years off his career.)
  • Derry Mathews vs Tommy Coyle (A wild fight.)
  • Omar Figueroa vs Nihito Arakawa (There is literally no defense in this fight.)
  • Robert Guerrero vs Yoshihiro Kamegai (See above.)
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[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Danny Garcia vs Mauricio Herrera, Tomasz Adamek v Vyacheslav Glazkov, Deontay Wilder vs Malik Scott, Tony Bellew vs Valery Brudov + more

Friday March 14

From Rumours International, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia

Michael Katsidis 28(23)-6 vs Eddy Comaro 27(11)-17-5

10 rounds
lightweight division
After nearly a year layoff, Katsidis emerges from his hiatus to take on Indonesian Eddy Comaro. Nevermind the fact that Kasidis has lost four of his last five matches. He’s back and he’s got a very beatable opponent. Comaro has lost nine of his last fourteen fights. One of his conquerors is /boxing favorite Petchsamuthr Duanaaymukdahan. If Katsidis were to lose, and I doubt he will, but if he did, it would certainly be the nail in the coffin of his future as a prizefighter.
From Coliseo Elias Chegwin, Brranquilla, Colombia

Breidis Prescott 27(20)-5 vs Jose Emilio Perea 22(14)-4

10 rounds
light welterweight division
I wonder if this fight is still on. Prescott I scheduled to replace Erik Morales in a fight with Jorge Paez Jr just 8 days from the date of this fight.

Saturday March 15

From Palenque de la Feria Mesoamericana, Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico

Fernando Montiel 50(38)-4-2 vs Cristobal Cruz 40(24)-15-3

10 rounds
featherweight division
Montiel, 35, is past the point of beating elite opponents. I can’t see him capturing gold, but if you’re just a step below contender, there’s a good shot Montiel is gonna beat you. Cruz was last seen getting knocked out by Miguel Berchelt (a rising prospect who you will read about next) and has also fallen victim to Javier Fortuna, Juan Carlos Burgos, and Orlando Salido in recent years. If I’m Montiel, I keep taking these fights. He can still fight, these opponents are beatable, and he’s getting paid.

Miguel Berchelt 21(18)-0 vs Luis Eduardo Flores 15(13)-1

10 rounds
super featherweight division
Berchelt is a rising prospect. This kid hasn’t taken the easy way. Flores is 15 and 1 and can punch, but Berchelt has faced experienced competition and guys who can test a prospect and has met the challenge each time. Flores is a Colombian whose making his first venture outside his home country. I don’t think the opposition he has faced will have significantly prepared him for one of the better prospects in boxing.
From Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK

Tony Bellew 20(12)-2-1 vs Valery Brudov 41(28)-4

12 rounds
vacant WBO international cruiserweight title
Tony Bellew, who didn’t look like a particularly big or built light heavyweight, says goodbye to one of the most top heavy divisions in boxing and ventures 25 pounds north to the cruiserweight division. Bellew was battered in his last fight with light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson and it will be interesting to see if there are an residual effects from that bout. Brudov has come up short in all of his fights against upper level opponent. History tells us that Bellew should have this in the bag, but it’s tough for me to get over his last fight.

Kell Brook 31(21)-0 vs Alvaro Robles 17(15)-2

10 rounds
welterweight division
(I'm going to be very critical of Brook, but I do want you to know that I'm a very big believer in him. Of any domestic UK fighter, which he still is, I think he's got the skills to make it on the world level tomorrow. I can't say that about a ton of domestic guys.) It’s getting to the point now where it’s acceptable to say that Brook may be one of the most protected fighters out there. He’s had 31 fights, he's shown to have world level talent (against mostly domestic opponents), and yet his greatest win has been… Vyacheslav Senchenko? The same guy that got stopped by Paulie Malignaggi AND STEVE SMOGER WAS THE REFEREE!!!!!!!! STEVE SMOGER!!! THE SAME GUY THAT LET GLEN TAPIA FIGHT TO WITHIN AN INCH OF UNCONSCIOUSNESS!!!! HE THOUGHT PAULIE WAS UNLEASHING TOO MUCH DAMAGE ON SENCHENKO!!! STEVE SMOGER SAID PAULIE STOP BABY THIS IS TOO MUCH VIOLENCE FOR SMOKIN SMOGER. THOSE HANDS ARE FUCKIN SOMETHIN PAULIE. I believe Brook has what it takes, but he needs to make that leap. He may not win every world level fight because he's not Floyd Mayweather, but his chances against Khan are good. His chances against Alexander and Peterson and Porter are solid. But right now we're at the final straw. Brook is 27 and Alvaro Robles should be target practice for him. Kell, don’t wait too long to show us what you’re made of.

Rocky Fielding 17(10)-0 vs Charles Adamu 21(15)-5

12 rounds
super middleweight division
Fielding could get a shot at the Froch or Groves winner if he plays his cards right. I didn’t think he would beat Blackledge like he did, but he stunned everyone by stopping him in the first round. Seven of his last 8 opponents have stopped. Fielding is building a case for himself as one of the UK’s top super middleweight prospects… that is until Callum Smith fights again. Then we’ll all remember.
From Sands Casino Resort, Bethleham, Pennsylvania

Tomasz Adamek 49(29)-2 vs Vyacheslav Glazkov 16(11)-0-1

12 rounds
heavyweight division
The winner here will likely find themselves opposite Wladimir Klitschko later in the year. Glazkov is coming off a dominant performance against a very game opponent and Adamek is recovering from an injury. This is a great fight. If 37 year old Adamek can put on a performance consistent with what he’s done for the last couple of years, he will upset the Ukrainian prospect.

Ronald Cruz 20(15)-2 vs Kermit Cintron 34(28)-5-2

10 rounds
welterweight division

Isaac Chilemba 21(9)-2-2 vs Denis Grachev 13(8)-2-1

10 rounds
light heavyweight division

Karl Dargan 14(7)-0 vs Chazz McDowell 6(1)-4-1

8 rounds
lightweight division
I think Dargan is a good fighter, but for some reason his journey has been a slow one. I think he’s at the point where he should be facing guys who’ve got at least 20 fights under their belt, but hey, maybe there’s something I don’t know.
From Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon, Puerto Rico

Danny Garcia 27(16)-0 vs Mauricio Herrera 20(7)-3

12 rounds
WBA Super world light welterweight title
WBC light welterweight title
Let’s ignore the Showtime-led campaign to christen Danny Garcia as the Puerto Rican boxer. It’s still Miguel Cotto and Verdejo is going to inherit it when Cotto is done. And if you think about it, Danny Garcia doesn’t need it. Right now it's obvious to anybody who can look at the big picture that Showtime is getting their wheels rolling with a mega fight between Garcia and Mayweather. That’s why Garcia is facing a very beatable opponent in Herrera. And to be frank. Garcia doesn’t need to face a guy like Herrera. I don’t fault him for it, he’s earned a somewhat easy fight, but to me, Garcia doesn’t need to face a guy who’s lost to Karim Mayfield and Mike Alvarado. Herrera hasn’t fought a 12 rounder since 2011 and is coming off an 8 round unanimous decision victory against Miguel Angel Huerta (his first fight after a 5 year layoff and was subsequently knocked out in his very next fight.) Anyway, I’m done criticizing. Garcia has proven to be a terrific fighter. If there was a pound-for-pound list of guys whose skills take a back seat to their sheer determination to win, Garcia would be on that list. Garcia doesn’t get an A on anything other than timing, and it’s difficult to pin him with a style. But the one thing he does well is win by any means necessary. I don’t mind that he’s being groomed for the Mayweather fight. If anyone with Golden Boy is going to really challenge Floyd, it will be Garcia.

Deontay Wilder 30(30)-0 vs Malik Scott 36(13)-1-1

12 rounds
heavyweight division
When people saw this fight get made, I’m sure everyone thought ‘great fight!’ or ‘finally we’ll see Wilder get tested and exposed!’ or whatever your version of that. The one thing that is consistent is that Wilder is stepping up and people are happy that he will get tested. I think it’s possible that he gets tested, but I’m leaning more towards this: Malik Scott is more of the same and was a perfectly chosen opponent. Scott’s rise is very similar to Wilder’s. He’s faced a ton of guys with experience, but never was he in any threat of losing these fights. When he stepped up, he got a draw against Glazkov (fair score) and Derek Chissora stopped him. Granted that was controversial, but it appeared Chisora would eventually get to him. Scott doesn’t pack much of a punch (34 KO%). So while Scott is a level above Wilder’s normal opposition, I still think Wilder’s power will equalize any advantage Scott’s experience provides... but there have been rumblings and whispers that Wilder has been hurt and dropped in sparring and that he’s hiding glass. That alone will make this an interesting fight.

Juan Manuel Lopez 33(30)-3 vs Daniel Ponce De Leon 45(35)-5

10 rounds
featherweight division
The last time we saw Juanma, he had this look on his face like he was trapped in his own body that would no longer obey. In his prime, Juanma was brilliant and explosive. The potential fight between Gamboa and Juanma was perhaps the second most talked about fight behind Mayweather and Pacquiao. That Juanma is gone and while Ponce de Leon isn’t who he once was, I believe there’s still enough there to take care of Juanma. 6 years ago Juanma stopped Ponce de Leon in 2 and a half minutes. I don’t see that happening again.

Danny Jacobs 26(23)-1 vs Milton Nunez 26(24)-9-1

10 rounds
middleweight division
The great thing about Jacobs (other than beating cancer) is that he’s 27. At just 23, he was one of the best middleweight contenders out there and since returning, he’s been on the warpath to reestablish his position in the division. I hope for the best and always root for Jacobs to succeed, so that one day we get a match between him and Quillin for Golden Boy’s version of the middleweight title.

Monday March 17

From House of Blues, Boston, Massachusetts

Julian Williams 14(8)-0-1 vs Freddy Hernandez 30(20)-6

10 rounds
light middleweight division
I really like Williams, and I think he’s yet another good prospect Golden Boy has stockpiled in the light middleweight division. Here is my defense of this card which you may think is crazy given the headline fight features a guy who’s lost five of his last six fights. The saving grace in this fight is that Hernandez comes to fight and will do a good job testing Williams. If Williams doesn’t have world level power, he will not knock Hernandez out. If he can’t box, he will not win. Hernandez does everything well enough to test prospects. He’s got wins over Luis Collazo, Jesus Soto Karass, and DeMarcus Corley. I don’t think Williams will have trouble, and I’d be really impressed if he could stop Hernandez.

Jamie Kavanagh 15(7)-1-1 vs Andres Navarro 9(6)-4-1

8 rounds
lightweight division
I could’ve sworn Kavanagh was promoted by Golden Boy… anyway, they’ve stacked this card with some Irish-American talent to move some tickets. Kavanagh can do it in spades, even though he’s coming off his first career loss. He went down to Mexico and was knocked out in 6. Kavanagh is still young. He’s 23 and there’s a ton of time for him to continue developing.
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The Motor Lodge Hotel - Prescott, Arizona

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