Found October 08, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
Andre Ward's resounding stoppage victory over Chad Dawson confirmed his dominance over every boxer in the world between 160 and 175 lbs, but it also created a problem for him: where does he go now to find the kind of exciting, challenging fights that guarantee PPV buys and the lucrative paydays that go with them? Ward had already cleaned out the top half of the super middleweight division, and in defeating Dawson he toppled the top dog of the light heavyweight division as well. What remains for him to do? Ward now shares the same problem as the Klitschko brothers, in that all three sit astride their respective domains like giants. None of the three has a dangerous challenger in sight, and although Ward's crowd-pleasing style partially overcomes that problem and helps to keep attention focused on him, it still raises the question of who might come next for Andre "S.O.G." Ward. Credit: Alexis Cuarezma - Goossen Tutor Ward has called on Joe Calzaghe to com...

Pound-For-Pound Top 20 Boxers Update, 10/12

(Andre Ward pops Chad Dawson)It's been three months since we updated the pound-for-pound list of the best fighters in the world, but one of those months, July, featured literally nothing happening for anyone who could be considered one of the 20 best, so we waited for a more reasonable two-month interval to pass. Those other two months had a few things going for them.For instance...

Carl Froch vs. Yusaf Mack IBF Super Middleweight Championship Nottingham, United Kingdom ● Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012

Live on PPV & FIGHT NOW TV Nov. 17 in United States.
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