The fight on April 30 caps a monumental sporting weekend in Las Vegas that includes the 2022 NFL draft.
Mike Tyson is shrugging off a report from a U.K. pub that he’s in talks to fight Jake Paul.
Undefeated lightweight boxer Rolando Romero was not charged with sexual assault after an investigation following an accusation in October, the Henderson police department confirmed Tuesday.
Bob Halloran, who ascended from a young local sportscaster in Florida to a revered boxing executive in Las Vegas, died Sunday in Rancho Mirage, Calif.
While the Raiders’ tumultuous year dominated the news in Las Vegas, they were far from the only major story on the local sports scene.
The Nevada Athletic Commission unanimously passed emergency regulations for amateur boxing events like the one that led to the death of UNLV student Nathan Valencia.
The Nevada Athletic Commission will consider a proposed “emergency regulation” related to amateur boxing events at its meeting on Monday, according to the agenda posted on the panel’s website.
An attorney representing Nathan Valencia’s family announced Tuesday that funeral arrangements have been scheduled.
The 135-pound division is the deepest and most captivating in boxing because of its star power — both youthful and veteran — and depth.
Devin Haney used his slick boxing skills to retain his WBC lightweight title with a unanimous decision over JoJo Diaz Jr. on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
A recording of a 911 call offers a snapshot into the frantic moments after UNLV student Nathan Valencia collapsed following a bout in a fraternity-sponsored charity boxing event on Nov. 19.
JoJo Diaz has been on a roller coaster since his biggest moment, when he survived a horrible cut to outpoint Tevin Farmer and win a 130-pound world title in January 2020.
WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney of Las Vegas will fight former two-weight world champion JoJo Diaz Jr. on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden.
Las Vegas police have decided not to pursue criminal charges in the death of a 20-year-old UNLV student at a fraternity-sponsored charity boxing match, but the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s chairman said Tuesday that the panel would investigate “every aspect” of the event.
George Kambosos Jr. hardly slept last weekend. Maybe two or three hours amid the hysteria he caused by stunning Teofimo Lopez on Saturday and becoming the unified lightweight champion with a majority decision victory.