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Tommy Fury says he’ll return to ring in December

Love Island finalist Tommy Fury, brother of Tyson, will fight for the first time in December since appearing on the British dating show.

Jacobs fighting Chavez Jr. on Dec. 20

Daniel Jacobs and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. will meet in a 12-round super middleweight bout Dec. 20 at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.

Ward won’t come out of retirement for Canelo

Despite some speculation, retired champion Andre Ward says he will not be coming back to the ring to fight newly crowned light heavyweight titlist Canelo Alvarez.

What (else) to watch during KSI-Logan Paul weekend

Between the KSI-Logan Paul undercard and a sneaky-fun Top Rank card in Fresno, there's plenty of good boxing to be had this weekend.

Nurmagomedov says McGregor needs 10 fights for rematch

Khabib Nurmagomedov says Conor McGregor would need to win 10 straight fights to earn a rematch for his UFC title

Tete wants shot at Inoue to decide bantam king

Zolani Tete missed the final rounds of the bantamweight tournament Thursday in Japan with an injury, so he wants to fight the winner, Naoya Inoue, to unify 118-pound titles

Rising star Dubois to face Fujimoto in London

Unable to find an opponent to defend his British title, heavyweight Daniel Dubois will face Kyotaro Fujimoto for a regional title on Dec. 21 in London in a bout dubbed "The Fight Before Christmas."

WBC has new rules for banned drug clenbuterol

On Thursday, the WBC announced that it will begin acknowledging the increased allowable threshold for the drug clenbuterol, established earlier this year by the World Anti-Doping Association.

Inoue gets past Donaire, signs with Top Rank

Naoya Inoue survived a tough bout against Nonito Donaire to win the World Boxing Super Series.

Naoya Inoue ready for more in 2020; is Nonito Donaire ready for retirement?

A new promotional deal and victory over Nonito Donaire is going to take bantamweight champion Naoya Inoue to new heights.

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