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By March 3, 2014 4:18 am

Pittsburgh Penguins players pose with the Stanley Cup after they beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 to win Game 7 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup finals in Detroit, Friday, June 12, 2009. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

6d

    1. Deiveson Figueiredo: The woefully outmatched Alex Perez had nothing for Figueiredo, and he made short (…)

2w

    1. Terence Crawford: In a marquee matchup that got an unbelievable lack of hype, Crawford made quick work of (…)

3w

    1. Junto Nakatani: We might have a new Japanese phenom during a great time for Japanese phenoms in boxing. (…)

4w

    1. Gervonta Davis: With title belts from two weight classes on the line, Davis got the best of a very game Leo (…)

26 Oct

    1. Khabib Nurmagomedov: After a triangle choke against Justin Gaethje, Nurmagomedov has called it a career with (…)

19 Oct

    1. Teofimo Lopez: Vasyl Lomachenko puzzlingly waited until about the eighth round to start boxing, (…)

13 Oct

    1. Emanuel Navarrete: Now a two-division world champion after putting Ruben Villa on his wallet twice en route (…)

25 Aug

    1. Alexander Povetkin: From October of 2017, Whyte was in the WBC’s orbit as a world heavyweight contender, (…)

18 Aug

    1. Stipe Miocic: Despite a Miocic eyepoke that may have literally touched Daniel Cormier’s thoughts, DC fought (…)

11 Aug

    1. Jamal James: In PBC’s return to FOX, James claimed the vacant interim WBA Welterweight championship over (…)

04 Aug

    1. Angelo Leo: The only world championship up for grabs in boxing this weekend was claimed by Leo after a shakeup (…)

28 Jul

    1. Robert Whittaker: Bobby Knuckles is back on his feet and on the comeback trail for his UFC middleweight (…)