Gay boxer Orlando Cruz lost his bid for a piece of the featherweight title Saturday night, getting stopped in the seventh round by veteran Orlando Salido.
Orlando Cruz won the fight of his life when he came out last year as the first openly gay fighter in boxing. Cruz takes on fellow veteran Orlando Salido in a fight for a piece of the featherweight title on the undercard of Timothy Bradley’s fight with Juan Manuel Marquez. He’ll do it wearing rainbow colors on his boxing trunks, his way of showing support for others in the gay and lesbian community.
In a letter to promoter Bob Arum, Catherine Cortez Masto says unless someone comes forward with criminal allegations, “the matter is closed.”
Top Rank boxing promoter Bob Arum has said if the DA’s office didn’t review the decision, there would be no chance of a rematch.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The WBO says it will review the title fight between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley, which ended with Bradley’s controversial split decision win over the Filipino champion. WBO President Francisco “Paco” […]
Las Vegas – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has now thrown his hat in the ring on asking for an investigation of Saturday’s Bradley, Pacquiao fight. Reid said he’s, quote, “confident there has been nothing […]
Las Vegas – Boxing promoter Bob Arum says he wants Saturday’s controversial fight between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley to be investigated. According to Yahoo! Sports, Arum said there will not be a rematch between […]
Manny Pacquiao tried to turn his welterweight title fight with Timothy Bradley into a brawl, but it was Bradley who won a split decision to end a remarkable run by the Filipino fighter.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. doesn’t have access to a television, computer or telephone in the small solo jail cell where he’s beginning the second week of a three-month jail sentence in a domestic violence case in Las Vegas.
Chad is over happy that the Celtics are still going strong in the NBA Eastern Finals.