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The Three Blind Mice Show Up Early in the New Year - Boxing's Judging Incompetence

Ideas to improve judging, however out-there they may seem, are most certainly needed. »»

Boxing Rankings - Apr 2011

Click inside to check out our top 10 pound-for-pound boxers. »»

Boxing Rankings - Feb 2011

The weather outside is cold, but these boxers are on fire. Here is my list of the top ten pound-for-pound boxers in the world. »»

Boxing Rankings - Jan 2011

Check inside for a list of the top pound-for-pound boxers heading into the new year. »»

2010 Knockout Of The Year

In our next installment of our eight-part year-end awards, Inside Fights takes a look at the best knockouts in boxing. The nominees are: »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - Dec 2010

A lot of action in the rankings last month and with two more of our pound-for-pounders fighting this month, we may see just a little more shakeup before the year ends. »»

Paul Williams Knockout Lands Sergio Martinez Among Boxing's Best

Sergio Martinez makes bid for Fighter of the Year and one of the best in boxing by destroying Paul Williams. »»

Paul Williams vs. Sergio Martinez II Live Results and Play by Play

Join Will Cooling at 9pmET for live results and play by play of the eagerly anticipated rematch between Paul Williams and Sergio Martinez for the WBC Middleweight Title. Their first fight back in December was one of the fights of 2009 and the secon »»

Paul Williams vs. Sergio Martinez II Weigh-In Results

Paul Williams and Sergio Martinez have both weighed in for their middleweight title bout tomorrow night in Atlantic City, NJ. Check out the figures inside. »»

And Now a Touch of Class: Paul Williams vs. Sergio Martinez

Opponents are hard to come by for these two talents. With more established fighters unwilling to take a risk against them, they are forced to do what they can to make a living. »»

Paul Williams vs. Sergio Martinez II Preview & Picks

Paul Williams and Sergio Martinez collide this Saturday in Atlantic City, NJ for Sergio's middleweight title. Read on for our staff's predictions for the fight. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - Nov 2010

Five of our top ten pound-for-pounders will be in action this month. Check out where everyone stands heading into a busy month as well as our new entrant to the list. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - Oct 2010

Click inside to see where Inside Fights ranks the top pound-for-pound boxers today. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - Sept 2010

Not a huge shakeup on the list but we do welcome a new member to our pound-for-pound top ten. »»

Sergio Martinez And Paul Williams Headed For Rematch

Yet another 2009 Fight of the Year candidate will be heading to a 2010 rematch. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - Aug 2010

Not much movement in the rankings this month, but read on to see just how the pound-for-pound rankings stand prior to a pivotal month of action. »»

Manny Pacquiao And Floyd Mayweather Jr Must Pass The Torch

For its long-term future, boxing needs Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather to face the likes of Andre Berto, Paul Williams and Timothy Bradley more than it needs them to fight each other. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - July 2010

Heading into the hot summer months, see just which boxers Inside Fights selects as the hottest in the sport right now. Read on for a list of the top ten pound-for-pound boxers in the world. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - June 2010

It is perhaps the most debated topic in all of boxing: Who is the best pound-for-pound boxer in the World? The staff at Inside Fights has compiled their list. Here are the top ten fighters in boxing, regardless of weight class: »»

Williams Wins After Cintron Wipes Out

Fighting in the shadow of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s brilliant domination of Shane Mosley, Paul Williams had a major opportunity to establish himself as the biggest threat to Mayweather barring a showdown with Manny Pacquiao later this year. Unfortunately for Williams, his fight with Kermit Cintron Saturday night at the Home Depot Center was memorable for all the wrong reasons. Rather than score an impressive win, Williams appeared to sleepwalk through the rounds before a tangling of the boxers’ bodies resulted in Cintron spilling through the ropes and all the way down to the floor. Injuring himself in the fall, Cintron was unable to return to the ring, and Williams was lucky to escape with a win on a technical decision. »»

Paul Williams vs. Kermit Cintron Live Round by Round Coverage

Join Inside Fights for live coverage of the junior middleweight bout between Paul Williams and Kermit Cintron tonight at 9:45 pm ET. Both men are coming off arguably the biggest wins of their careers. Williams narrowly defeated middleweight champion Sergio Martinez via majority decision in December while Cintron outboxed Alfredo Angulo in May of last year. Don't miss any of the action. Follow along punch-for-punch with Inside Fights. »»

Paul Williams vs. Kermit Cintron Weigh-In Results

Paul Williams and Kermit Cintron have weighed in for their light middleweight bout tomorrow night. The fight can be seen on HBO and the telecast starts at 9:45 pm ET. The weights are: Paul Williams (152) vs. Kermit Cintron (154) Martin Honorio »»

Stacking the Deck on Boxing Pay-Per-Views...Why Doesn't it Happen?

In the wake of the Floyd Mayweather Jr-Shane Mosley bout, a glaring negative regarding boxing pay-per-views stands out: the poor quality of the undercard. For a price ranging from $50 to $65, boxing fans were subject to three undercard bouts that were on the top of no fight fan's Christmas list of possible encounters. While the card turned out to be decent enough, the question remains why, exactly, do boxing fans always seem to get stuck with one pearl and three slimy, empty oysters when it comes to pay per view events? MMA-oriented fans tend to be the most vocal in their distaste for this practice. Fans of MMA, and the UFC specifically, are accustomed to pay-per-view events which feature a hyped main event alongside three or four intriguing undercard bouts. The question these fans pose to boxing is: Why can't you do the same? »»

Paul Williams vs. Kermit Cintron Preview & Picks

Paul Williams takes on Kermit Cintron this Saturday in California. The fight can be seen on HBO at 9:45 pm ET. The Williams-Cintron fight will be accompanied by a replay of last week's Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Shane Mosley welterweight bout. Read on for our fight preview and staff predictions. »»

Paul Williams' Opportunity to Escape Obscurity

If you find yourself tuning in to HBO this weekend to see a replay of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s virtuoso performance against Shane Mosley and asking who the 6’1” junior middleweight southpaw throwing 100 punches a round at his opponent is, you’re not alone. The fact is Paul Williams continues to dwell in anonymity as far as the casual boxing fan is concerned. And there’s really no explanation for it. »»

The 13th Round, Episode #37 - Bermane Stiverne

Join the guys at Inside Fights for their weekly boxing show tonight at 9pm ET. You can listen live right here. If you would like to call in to the show, and we strongly encourage you to do so, the call-in number is (646) 716-8734. You can also sen »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - May 2010

There was a lot of movement in our rankings as Floyd Mayweather Jr, Bernard Hopkins and Shane Mosley were all in action since our last update. Was Floyd's impressive win over Shane Mosley enough to surpass Manny Pacquiao for the top pound-for-pound spot? Read on to find out. »»

What To Watch: May 2010

May brings us a lot of intriguing fights, including the biggest fight to date this year: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Shane Mosley. Read on for a schedule of fights this month that you should keep your eye on, as well as our staff picks for which fight is can't-miss matchup. »»

2 Years of Injury, Defeat and Mismanagement: Can Kelly Pavlik Get Back on Track?

Two years ago, every informed finger was pointing directly at Kelly Pavlik as a "for sure" superstar of the future and, possibly, as the face of the sport, as guys like Oscar De la Hoya faded from the scene. You couldn't ask for a better back story or more impressive rise to glory. Two big wins over a pound-for-pound Jermain Taylor, a destruction of the still well-regarded Edison Miranda as well as victories over fringe challengers like Bronco McKart, Jose Luis Zertuche and Fulgencio Zuniga; It all pointed to a legit pound for pound placement with a definite eye aimed at upward movement. There seemed to be no limit to how big Pavlik could grow. A blue collar, pickup-driving Mid-west middleweight champ with an exciting style and, seemingly, not an ounce of pretense to him. Lord, this kid was destined to be a money machine! But then Pavlik (or his people) veered off Top Rank's carefully prepared course and stalled in the proverbial roadside ditch. »»

Inside Fights Boxing Rankings - Apr 2010

Three of our top ten fighters from March were in action and one dropped out of our pound-for-pound list. See how the rankings have shaken up and who was added to our list of the top boxers in the world. »»

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