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3dDan Rafael

Warren to challenge Payano for 118-pound belt

Bantamweight Rau'shee Warren, the only three-time U.S. Olympic boxer, will take on 118-pound titleholder Juan Carlos Payano at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, on Aug. 2.

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3dDan Rafael

Bey backs out of Shafikov fight, vacates title

Although Mickey Bey signed a contract for a mandatory defense of his lightweight world title against Denis Shafikov on July 18, he has backed out of the fight and the title is now vacant.

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Putting Mayweather's payday into perspective

Floyd Mayweather's $220 million payout for fighting Manny Pacquiao is mind-boggling, regardless of taxes and other expenses. We try to put Mayweather's windfall into perspective.

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4dDan Rafael

PBC on ESPN broadcast crew set

With Premier Boxing Champions set to debut on ESPN on July 11, the network announced the remainder of the broadcast crew on Wednesday.

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5dDan Rafael

Bradley-Vargas draws solid viewership

The Timothy Bradley Jr.-Jessie Vargas fight on Saturday averaged 1.121 million viewers for the live airing on HBO, according to Nielsen.

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Mayweather up for ESPY Award

Floyd Mayweather may soon have to give back his WBO title belt. Maybe an ESPY will make up for it. Does he get your vote for best fighter? Cast your vote

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WBO ready to strip Mayweather's title

Floyd Mayweather said after his victory over Manny Pacquiao that he would give up all of his title belts. He hasn't done so yet, nor did he pay his sanctioning fee from the fight by Friday's deadline. The WBO told ESPN that it will likely will vote to strip Mayweather's title, perhaps as early as Monday. Story

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Eric Raskin @EricRaskin

When you watch the Coney Island hot dog contest, you can't help but re-score the Revolutionary War in favor of the British.