Tag Archives: Keith Thurman

Keith Thurman on Malignaggi’s victory over Judah, his Florida roots, Danny Garcia’s rise, and more


Chris Robinson catches up with welterweight contender Keith Thurman, as he speaks on his nature as a fighter, his roots in the Florida fight game, Paulie Malignaggi’s victory over Zab Judah, Danny Garcia’s rise as a star in boxing, and more

Keith Thurman speaks on a future fight with Adrien Broner

Chris Robinson catches up with welterweight contender Keith Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s) in San Antonio, Texas, as he speaks on his upcoming match vs. Jesus Soto Karass, his bond with trainer Dan Birmingham, and a possible fight with Adrien Broner in the future

A hyped-up Keith Thurman praises Jesus Soto Karass and eyes another knockout

One time

Interim WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s) speaks to the media in San Antonio, Texas, ahead of his Dec. 14 clash against Jesus Soto Karass. Hear what Thurman had to say about the fight in this clip

Photos from San Antonio: Keith Thurman overcomes adversity, stops Diego Chaves in the tenth

Keith Thurman bested Diego Chaves in a tough fight on Saturday night


By Chris Robinson / Photos courtesy of Naoki Fukuda

On Saturday night, inside of the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, welterweight Keith Thurman made another step towards contender status in halting Argentina’s Diego Chaves in the tenth round.

It wasn’t an easy task for Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s), as Chaves (22-1, 18 KO’s) came out strong in the early rounds as a bit of firefight broke out.


To his credit, Thurman kept his composure and slowly began building momentum.

A left hook to the body would drop Chaves in the ninth and one round later an onslaught of punches would put him down for the count.


Photos: Welterweight prospect Keith Thurman remains unbeaten, defeats Jan Zaveck over 12 in Brooklyn


Article by Chris Robinson / Photos by Naoki Fukuda

On Saturday night, inside of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, welterweight prospect Keith “One Time” Thurman kept his unbeaten record intact after pulling out a tough, 12-round decision over brave former champion Jan Zaveck.

Thurman carved up Zaveck early with shots to the body and head, and looked as though he was possibly headed towards a stoppage via TKO or cuts.