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MONTREAL (Dec. 12, 2017)  Golden Boy Promotions and Eye of the Tiger Management, in association with Frank Warren and Vidéotron, today hosted a media workout for the upcoming WBO Middleweight World Championship fight between Billy Joe Saunders (25-0, 12 KOs) and David Lemieux (38-3, 33

LAS VEGAS — In a bout that caused him to announce his retire from the sport, Miguel Roman was able to defeat the veteran Orlando Salido on the lastest HBO boxing card.

NEW YORK — As four division world champion Miguel Cotto stepped into the ring for his final fight as a professional, his long time television network, HBO, produced a fitting tribute to the Puerto Rican superstar.

Design by Hector De La Cruz for WBC   ( November 29, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA ) – Cesar Diaz also known as Power Ranger (7-0, 6 KOs) was a shining star in the Golden Boy Promotions stable of fighters. Managed by Joel Diaz,

By Danny Z | Contributing Writer After a few months of noise involving a possible bout against IBF lightweight world champion Robert Easter Jr., Mikey Garcia will instead fight former world title holder Omar Figueroa Jr. on January 27. In

Farewell Miguel Cotto

By Anthony “Stacks” Saldaña NEW YORK — On Saturday Night in New York City, six time world champion in four weight divisions, Miguel Cotto (41-5, 33 KO’s), will enter the ring for the last time as the Puerto Rican’s legendary career will

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 25, 2017): Everyone at Golden Boy Promotions is heartbroken over the passing of Cesar Diaz over Thanksgiving weekend.

By Danny Z | Contributing Writer  NEW YORK — Just before his first official event within the United States’ market, promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing said in an interview that he likes the idea of UFC president Dana White

Photos By Luis Mejia for Supreme Boxing INDIO, CALIFORNIA – In the next edition of Golden Boy Promotions fights on ESPN, the low desert of Indio filled much of the Fantasy Springs arena. Coming off a split decision win from

LOS ANGELES (OCT. 11, 2017) – December 2 will mark the end of an era in boxing as four-division and six-time world champion Miguel Cotto (41-5, 33 KOs) enters the ring for the final time to defend his WBO