Boxing

10:50 AM ET It looks like there is a good chance that unified middleweight world champion Canelo Alvarez’s next fight will be against Sergey Derevyanchenko, one of his mandatory challengers. A purse bid scheduled for noon ET on Tuesday at the IBF offices in Springfield, New Jersey, has been postponed until Friday because Alvarez promoter
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3:28 PM ET Opening Bell: Pacquiao a living legend LAS VEGAS – Manny Pacquiao, already one of the greatest fighters to ever put on gloves, added yet another remarkable chapter to his legendary career by beating Keith Thurman and taking his welterweight world title on Saturday night. Pacquiao, 40, hasn’t made it this far —
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5:04 PM ET Heavyweight contender Kubrat Pulev was reinstated by the California State Athletic Commission in a 6-0 vote at a meeting in San Diego on Monday following his suspension in May for kissing a female reporter on the lips without her consent. Following a seventh-round knockout victory over Bogdan Dinu on March 23 in
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8:13 PM ET Mark KriegelESPN OXON HILL, MD. – At the end of the 11th round, Buddy McGirt told his fighter, “I’m going to stop it, Max.” Maxim Dadashev, 28, is from St. Petersburg, Russia. He was 281-20 as an amateur, undefeated in 13 professional fights, and the IBF’s third ranked junior welterweight. He aspired
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1:52 AM ET LAS VEGAS — Super middleweight world titlist Caleb Plant and Mike Lee traded plenty of harsh words during the lead-up to their fight, with Plant ultimately promising to teach Lee the kinds of lessons he never learned on his way to a finance degree from Notre Dame. Did he ever. Plant dominated
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1:24 AM ET LAS VEGAS — Manny Pacquiao, the all-time boxing legend, aimed to prove that he could still take care of business against an elite opponent at age 40. He did just that as he added yet another enormous victory to his storied 24-year-year career by defeating Keith Thurman, a man 10 years his
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7:00 AM ET Unified lightweight world champion Vasiliy Lomachenko, the pound-for-pound king, can move a step closer to becoming the undisputed champion when he returns to the site of his second Olympic gold-medal victory. Lomachenko, the owner of two 135-pound belts, will defend those titles and compete for the belt vacated by Mikey Garcia when
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