With his father’s support, Emmanuel Pacquiao Jr. is paving his own path toward a professional boxing career. He’ll fight as an amateur Saturday in Las Vegas.
Super middleweights David Benavidez and Caleb Plant are set to fight March 25 at MGM Grand Garden in one of the most tantalizing matchups in the 168-pound division.
From an Aces team looking to repeat as WNBA champs to the return of Formula One, Las Vegas will again offer a collection of local sports options.
Longtime boxing judge Jerry Roth, who officiated some of the most memorable fights in boxing history during his 34-year career, died on Friday, his daughter, Michele told the Review-Journal.
Frank Martin (17-0, 13 knockouts) showcased a championship-caliber skill set Saturday with a unanimous decision over Michel Rivera in a WBA title eliminator.
Unbeaten lightweight contender Frank “The Ghost” Martin can vault into title contention with a victory Saturday over fellow unbeaten Michel Rivera in Las Vegas.
Mills Lane is probably best known for his role in the infamous “Bite Fight” heavyweight rematch between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield in Las Vegas.
Undefeated lightweight superstars Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia will fight in Las Vegas in early 2023. A venue and date have not been finalized.
Las Vegas lightweight Emiliano Vargas, the youngest son of two-time 154-pound world champion Fernando Vargas, scored a one-punch knockout in his local debut Saturday.
Seniesa Estrada, the two-weight world champion, returns to the boxing ring Saturday at the Palms, debuting under the Top Rank banner against Argentina’s Jazmin Gala Villarino.
Parenthood has prompted the Plants to deviate from their usual preparation process as Caleb prepares to fight former 168-pound champion Anthony Dirrell.
Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 knockouts) will return to the ring Saturday for the first time since he fell to Tyson Fury at T-Mobile Arena.
Mexican Independence Day weekend could amount to a historic win for the Las Vegas economy as visitors flocked to Southern Nevada for a long weekend of notable events.
Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez retained his WBC super flyweight title with a unanimous decision over Israel Gonzalez on Saturday on the Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin undercard.