'They allegedly even hatched plots to kidnap Manny Pacquiao or one of his children,' claims Benigno Aquino III
Pacquiao is a national hero in the Philippines and perhaps its best-known native
'I have family & friends who are gay. That s**t he said is past religious belief it's insane,' says Mosley
All three judges scored the fight 116-110 in Pacquiao's favor
The boxing champion, who is standing for election in the Philippines senate, made the claim during a televised interview
Pacquiao to face Bradley for the third time
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Each round earned Mayweather almost £10 million
Lee Purdy will add his name to a long and distinguished list of British boxers who travelled to most points of the globe for world-title fights knowing that they were massive underdogs.
Bolton fighter victorious on points on night his younger brother, Haroon, wins on professional debut
Amir Khan and Audley Harrison enter the ring tonight in fights they need to win to stay in boxing’s lucrative deep end, and Martin Murray has a task without precedents in front of nearly 50,000 in Buenos Aires.
It is hard to do justice to a preview with predictions for any boxing year because of the trickeration – a perfect word that was introduced by the sport's Lord of the Dark Arts, Don King – that drives and controls the business. The sport is not run illegally but one of King's maxims is necessary to gain an understanding of the way we do business: in boxing you don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate. Bingo.
Ricky Hatton has revealed the extent of his depression, including just how close he came to committing suicide, during his three-year retirement from boxing.
Ricky Hatton has sold nearly 19,000 tickets for the event that will end his ring exile on 24 November and yesterday he added to their black market value by announcing a difficult fight against former world champion Vyacheslav Senchenko. In many ways the party just turned serious.
Ukrainian faces 10th defence of his heavyweight crown against Britain's Chisora but these days his mind is more on fighting for democracy in his homeland
He was one of the last loyal men in boxing. Steve Bunce recalls the times he shared with the trainer