With George Groves and Callum Smith battling it out in the World Boxing Super Series and champions Gilberto Ramirez and Caleb Truax awaiting the winner, the super middleweight division is primed to crown a king. But boxing’s youngest reigning champion, WBC kingpin David Benavidez is ready to topple the pecking order and prove that boxing is a young man’s game.
With at least 4 recognized belts in 17 different weight division, being a world champion does not always mean as much as it once did. But for Mexican warrior and new WBO World Lightweight champ Ray Beltran, being a world champion means everything.
With Vasiliy Lomachenko making the move to lightweight, top spot in the super featherweight division is up for grabs. Though many are tagging Gervonta Davis as the division’s new ruler, tough Mexican slugger and WBC champ Miguel Berchelt is ready to prove why he should wear the crown.
March 3rd, on Showtime, WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder took on the toughest test of his career and stopped Cuban southpaw Luis Ortiz. Now, with respect on his side and unification on his mind, Wilder is ready and waiting for the winner of the March 31st battle between WBO champ Joseph Parker and WBA/IBF/IBO superstar Anthony Joshua.
Boxcaster caught up with 5 division world champion Amanda Serrano to discuss women in boxing, transitioning to MMA, and the fighting spirit of Puerto Rico. Check it out!
The featherweight division is STACKED with fantastic fighters including Leo Santa Cruz, Oscar Valdez, Carl Frampton and Gary Russell Jr.. But 25-year-old Joseph “JoJo” Diaz is ready to entire the ring with the big boys and just might have the skills to soon run the division. Check him out!
After his highlight reel KO of former two-division world champion Brandon Rios, ex-welterweight champ Danny “Swift” Garcia has put himself in the front of the line for either IBF champ Errol Spence Jr, or the man who dethroned him, Keith Thurman.
When someone thinks of today’s great Mexican fighters, names like Canelo Alvarez, Leo Santa Cruz, and Oscar Valdez come to mind. But, undefeated WBC Super Bantamweight champ Rey Vargas is ready to throw his name into the conversation.