Anthony Joshua is a bad motherfucker… After another victory and one-sided display, Joshua continues to dominate the heavyweight division. A good victory and a dominant display, although tougher than expected against a solid opponent in […]
Once boxing’s hottest property to now a fallen star. Adrien Broner’s well publicized boxing journey has had its ups and downs. The Can-Man always remains active on all social media platforms but has been relatively […]
Despite Virgil Hunter being one of the most well-respected and sought after trainers, he has been unable to produce another world champion other than Andre Ward. With Ward’s retirement in 2017 and the inactivity of the other fighters in his stable, Hunter has seldom been seen in the corners for any top-ranked prize fights. So who is Virgil Hunter and what happened to his great career as a trainer?
Tevin Farmer is arguably the best boxer hailing from the City of Brotherly Love. Lauded by future super middleweight hall of famer, Andre ‘SOG’ Ward, as a fighter to “watch out for” and one that “can do it all”, Farmer is creeping slowly but surely into the national spotlight.
Danny Jacobs is well-known in the boxing community, not just for his physical presence and boxing skill set, but also for his remarkable story of how he beat cancer to then become a world champion. […]
In tomorrow night’s second Premier Boxing Champions double-header card, both Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares enter the ring at the StubHub Center, in Carson, California. However, they won’t be facing each other as originally anticipated. Instead, they’ll both be facing other lesser known opponents, in what is ostensibly a tune-up fight for both of them, before they square off in early in 2018.
The junior middleweight division is riddled with talent, but there can only be one king. Find out who Eightcount has at the top of the division.
“It’s a big drama show. I want to thank all my fans, I want to thank all my Kazakhstan fans for supporting me, for coming out. Of course I want a rematch, this was a real fight. Look I still have all the belts, I’m still the champion.”
“I thought I won the fight. I was superior inside the ring. I won at least 7…8 of the rounds. I was able to counterpunch and even make Gennady Golovkin wobble a couple of times. It’s up to the people if we fight again, I feel frustrated over this draw." Canelo Alvarez
What a fight!!! Fight fans got everything that they could have wanted, except for a respectable decision by the judges. Canelo and GGG left everything they had in the ring last night. While we believe […]
Fight fans here we go!!!! We are just one day away from the most anticipated fight of the year – Saul Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady “GGG” Golovkin for the title of Undisputed Middleweight Champion. Both […]
After suffering a devastating knockout what is next for the once pound-for-pound king Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez.
Here are Eightcount.tv’s Keys to Victory for Gennady “GGG” Golovkin as he takes on Canelo Alvarez in a middleweight title unification bout, on September 16, 2017 in Las Vegas.
"I trained very hard for four months, I fought for Thailand, and this is what I dedicate this fight to, Thailand. For the first fight I only trained for two months. For this fight I trained for four months. I knew I was going to knock him out." Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
“I’m focused first on my fight, but it is going to be an excellent night of boxing. I’m definitely excited about regaining that belt. I’d like to think that I’m defined not by the belt, but because of all the things I’ve done in my life.” Román "Chocolatito" González