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Who Should Be Manny Pacquiao's Next Opponent?

A few weeks ago former eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs) made his return to the squared circle when he faced Argentinian power puncher Lucas Matthysse (39-5, 36 KOs) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

It seems at this point that Pacquiao will continue his career rather than choose to hang up the gloves and retire finally. While Pacquiao doesn’t generate the same interest in the sport that he did in his prime after his performance against Matthysse many fans and pundits are wondering whom the Filipino will step in the ring against next. 

Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr. - Promotions Moving in Opposite Directions

Crawford and Spence are of course on a collision course for supremacy of the welterweight division and arguably the pound-for-pound crown.  They acknowledge that for business reasons that the fight will have to marinate for a while in order to make sense. That is, their respective alignments with TopRank and Haymon will slow things down as they garner enough interest in order to be a PPV event.  

Abner Mares' Three Best Performances

The rematch between Santa Cruz and Mares is set to take place this weekend at the same venue as the first, the Staples Center. While the first bout was entertaining, a rematch was not a fight that fans were clamoring for. Regardless, fans should be treated to an entertaining match in front of a large contingency of boxing fans. Let’s take a look back at some of Mares best performances before his rematch with Santa Cruz this weekend. 

Vasyl Lomachenko's Three Finest Performances

This Saturday night at the world’s most famous arena Madison Square Garden fans will witness the return of two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Vasiliy Lomachenko (10-1, 8 KOs).  The Ukrainian pugilist will be making his lightweight (135) debut against Ring Magazine and WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares (44-3, 27 KOs).

Should Canelo Do Year-Round Drug Testing?

Yesterday in Los Angeles, California Mexican superstar Saul “Canelo” Alvarez along with Golden Boy Promotions held a press conference to discuss Alvarez’s future regarding his rematch with Gennady “GGG” Golovkin. In the press conference, it was announced that Alvarez would be withdrawing from his May 5th date with Golovkin.