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4dDan Rafael

Valdez easily outpoints Tamayo

Unbeaten featherweight prospect Oscar Valdez cruised to victory by unanimous decision against Ruben Tamayo on Saturday in Carson, California.

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5dDan Rafael

Bradley: 'I can still fight'

Former two-division titlist Timothy Bradley Jr. -- who faces Jessie Vargas for an interim welterweight title Saturday -- still has goals in boxing, and he'd like to complete them in two years.

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5dDan Rafael

Pacquiao progressing well after shoulder surgery

Manny Pacquiao, who had surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder following his decision loss to Floyd Mayweather on May 2, is coming along well in his recovery.

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7dDan Rafael

Santa Cruz: 'I want Mares'

A throwdown with former three-division titlist Abner Mares might help Leo Santa Cruz silence the critics and establish himself as a force in the 126-pound division.

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British boxing's booming renaissance

BBBoC secretary Robert Smith says six world champions, including James DeGale and Kell Brook, are helping make fight game as popular as ever.

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Hatton warns De La Hoya over comeback

Briton not surprised by 'Golden Boy' talk but believes it could end badly if his friend chooses to fight either Floyd Mayweather or Gennady Golovkin.

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Callum Smith ready for his toughest test

British boxer Callum Smith is hoping to emulate the success of his brothers, once he gets past Christopher Rebrasse on Friday.

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8dSteve Bunce

Smith's brave defeat showed shades of Cockell

Paul Smith left the ring cut, broken and beaten after nine rounds against Andre Ward - but, 60 years on, Don Cockell still sets the benchmark for suffering in the ring.

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8dDan Rafael

GGG on possible Oscar fight: 'I'm ready'

If Oscar De La Hoya is truly serious about coming out of retirement, count Gennady Golovkin in.De La Hoya, the former six-division titleholder and International Boxing Hall of Famer, told ESPN.

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