For the fifth-straight time, Vasiliy Lomachenko is the BWAA’s pound-for-pound king. Lomachenko maintains the No. 1 spot, once again outlasting Terence Crawford, who held the No. 1 position for the first two BWAA’s pound-for-pound polls, which are selected by BWAA members from respected news outlets and is broken down based on a descending points system, with a first-place vote receiving 10 points, a second-place vote receiving nine points and so on. Ties go to the fighter with the most votes.

The Boxing Writers Association of America will be listing on a bi-monthly basis its top-10 pound-for-pound fighters in the world. All BWAA members, full and auxili...

It has been said that a picture tells a thousand words, and that is undoubtedly true. Maybe that is why all boxing writers appreciate the work of boxing photographers, whose best shots can bring even greater meaning to the stories done by the authors of those pieces. Of course, the reverse is also true. The union of words and pictures can be – and often is -- striking, powerful and cause for reflection.

The 94th annual Boxing Writers Association of America Awards Ceremony, on May 31 at the Copacabana in New York City, will again celebrate the photographers’ art as both a stand-alone visual medium and an enhancement to the articles written by BWAA member...

Springs Toledo and Mark Kriegel scored highest among individual entrants, while Boxing News/BoxingNewsOnline.com topped the overall sweepstakes in the 18th annual Boxing Writers Association of America writing contest. Those who placed in the contest, which drew a record 147 submissions from a record 49 media representatives who cover the sport, will be recognized at the 94th annual BWAA Awards Ceremony, to be held May 31 at the Copacabana in New York City.

Toledo, a Boston native and frequent honoree in the BWAA writing contest, led all entrants with 14 points on a scoring system of five points for a first place, three for second, two for third and one...

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