Former WBA, WBO and IBF welterweight champion Antonio Margarito is about to make it to the middleweight limit of 160 pounds for his comeback fight against Jorge Paez, Jr. set for March 5 at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City, Distrito Federal.
Former WBA, WBO and IBF welterweight champion Antonio Margarito has been cleared by his eye doctors to continue his boxing career after undergoing close to four years of eye therapy following his gruesome fight against Manny Pacquiao in 2010.
The upcoming fight between Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquaio and WBO light welterweight champion Chris Algieri could turn out a bit like a replay of the Pacquiao-Margarito fight in 2010 at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Reigning WBA light middleweight champion Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico is set to collide with Mexican Antonio Margarito at the Madison Square Garden in New York Saturday night with Cotto's WBA crown on the line
The New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) has finally approved the license application of Mexican boxer Antonio Margarito to fight in New York after the Commission denied his first application last October 31.
Los Angeles -
Floyd Mayweather was completely silent about a fight with Manny Pacquiao until Top Rank signed a fight against Antonio Margarito, less than a week later he speaks up in a racist rant and shows his true color.
On October 27th, 2009 we watched Shane Mosley admit to knowingly take EPO in past fights, just months before fighting Floyd Mayweather. Now Manny Pacquiao is ridiculed for fighting Margarito. Does the Media have a double standard for non-Americans?
San Francisco -
MannyPacquiao has never fought at 154 lbs. Antonio Margarito has fought there only once against a non-contender and struggled badly. This is not the stuff title bouts are made of. If you don't speak up within the next few hours, you can count on it.
Less than a year ago Golden Boy scuttled a fight between Pacquiao and Marquez. Now they are publicly stating that Marquez is the only fight that makes sense. Is Golden Boy's Politics destroying boxing?
Former WBC welterweight champion Antonio Margarito is making a boxing come back with his scheduled fight against Roberto Garcia on May 8 in Mexico. His promoter Bob Arum says he is working on a possible Pacquiao-Margarito fight soon.
The highly acclaimed Pacquiao-Mayweather bout may not happen within the year as an automatic rematch provision has reportedly been inserted in the fight contract between Mosley and Mayweather, leaving Pacquiao with a slim chance of fighting anyone of them
Suspended boxer Antonio Margarito may see action in the under card of Pacquiao-Clottey match on March 13 if the State of Texas grants him a new license. He may have a crack at Pacquiao late this year if he wins over Carson Jones in the under card