"I pushed myself to the gym, to limp, then walk, then start fighting again," says Jacobs
Amir Khan stopped trying to win titles, gain fame and make money the easy way a long time ago and his impressive boxing journey continues tonight at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
He was one of the last loyal men in boxing. Steve Bunce recalls the times he shared with the trainer
David Haye was advised by Golden Boy Promotions to take on Vitali and not Wladimir Klitschko, according to their chief executive Richard Schaefer.
Guy Adams reports on the bizarre crash that claimed the life of Frank Ryan
Filipino takes legal action over claims of drug-taking motivated by 'envy and spite'
Britain's Ricky Hatton is close to making a final decision on whether he will make a comeback to professional boxing.
Gym on the wrong side of LA has hardened the boy from Bolton who defends world title in Newcastle tonight.
It looks like the long and distinguished career of Junior Witter is over after he quit at the end of round eight of his vacant World Boxing Council light-welterweight fight in what will surely be his last chance to win a world title.
'Hitman' relies on newfound discipline in the face of Pacquiao's awesome threat
Ricky Hatton's showdown with Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas in May could be back on, just a day after it looked to have been scuppered by a row over money.
Ricky Hatton's American promoters have confirmed his proposed fight with Manny Pacquiao on 2 May is off.
Ricky Hatton will be trained by Floyd Mayweather snr for his fight against IBF light-welterweight champion Paulie Malignaggi in Las Vegas on 22 November.
Forget 55,000 people, forget the millions made and forget the 43 wins because tonight at the City of Manchester Stadium Ricky Hatton is fighting for something far more elusive than the facts and figures that so neatly explain the boxing business.
Six months ago, Britain's boxers were on top of the world, seven hailed as global champions and seven more with their boarding passes for Beijing already stamped. Since then it has been rather a bumpy ride on the ring's capricious roller-coaster.
Joe Calzaghe has promised to end Bernard Hopkins' career when the pair meet in their light-heavyweight showdown here on Saturday night. The 43-year-old Hopkins has already hinted his fight against Calzaghe may be his last and the Welshman is adamant he will leave no room for doubt on his American debut.