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2dDan Rafael

Wilder facing more surgery on hand, biceps

Heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder underwent surgery on his broken right hand and will likely have another one on it -- as well as his torn right biceps -- later this week.

2dDan Rafael

Notes: Wilder and Arreola test negative

Heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder and Chris Arreola tested negative in their VADA blood and urine tests in conjunction with their July 16 fight.

2dDan Rafael

Scorecard: Crawford wins, is Pacquiao next?

Maybe it was Terence Crawford's elusiveness or speed. Whatever it was, Viktor Postol had no answers for Crawford's style. He now may be headed for a fight with Manny Pacquiao.

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2dNick Parkinson

Frampton expecting 'even harder fight'

Carl Frampton does not believe the absence of Leo Santa Cruz's father Jose, who is fighting cancer, has badly affected the Mexican boxer in preparation for their fight on July 30.

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4dNick Parkinson

Frampton: Santa Cruz is overlooking me

Carl Frampton believes his next opponent Leo Santa Cruz is overlooking him ahead of their fight on July 30.

Derevyanchenko knocks out Soliman (0:51)
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6dNick Parkinson

Haumono protests controversial Parker defeat

Joseph Parker's fourth-round knockout win on Thursday was surrounded in controversy after it was claimed the referee counted out Solomon Haumono too quickly in Christchurch.

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7dDan Rafael

Valdez's goal is a victory away

Featherweight contender Oscar Valdez has always dreamed of winning a world title, and now he has a chance to achieve his goal with a win against Matias Adrian Rueda on Saturday.

Canelo Alvarez to fight at Jerry World (0:37)
9dDan Rafael

Scorecard: Wilder shows power, heart in win

After breaking his right hand -- and probably tearing his right biceps -- in the fourth round, heavyweight titlist Deontay Wilder showed toughness in his TKO win over Chris Arreola.

9dDan Rafael

Canelo-Smith to take place at AT&T Stadium

Middleweight champ Canelo Alvarez will headline the third boxing card to be held at the Dallas Cowboys' home, dropping in weight to challenge junior middleweight titlist Liam Smith on Sept. 17.

Wilder TKOs Arreola despite injuries (1:13)
Diaz beats Vasquez after judges' cards are recounted (1:13)
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10dESPN Staff

Flanagan outpoints Fana, Rigondeaux impresses

Terry Flanagan successfully defended his lightweight world title for a third successive time and Guillermo Rigondeaux produced a devastating performance on his British bow.

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