Jamal James continued his winning streak. Ryota Murata returned to the top. There were prospects, upsets and disappointments in a weekend full of twists.
We asked anonymous trainers to break down Manny Pacquiao and Keith Thurman. Then we let the fighters respond.
Former world champion Pernell Whitaker was hit by a car in Virginia Beach on Sunday and died as a result of his injuries.
Gafur Rakhimov has resigned as president of the troubled International Boxing Association after the body were stripped of the right to organise Olympic boxing events by the IOC in July.
Rising featherweight star Shakur Stevenson retained his regional belt after a dominant showing against Alberto Guevara in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey.
Young British heavyweight Daniel Dubois used a devastating display of power punching to beat Nathan Gorman in five rounds Saturday in England.
Joe Joyce maintained his unbeaten record but needed all 12 rounds to score a unanimous decision win over former world title challenger Bryant Jennings on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London, England.
Light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev may move on and fight in August as talks with middleweight titlist Canelo Alvarez about a Sept. 14 bout stall.
Ryota Murata avenged a one-sided loss and regained his secondary middleweight world title with an explosive second-round knockout of Rob Brant on Friday at Edion Arena, in Osaka, Japan.
As talented as any young fighter Shakur Stevenson is getting close to a title shot, but despite the main event status, Mark Kriegel notes that Stevenson still has plenty of room to grow.