Shawn Porter

Shawn Porter is confirmed for BoxFan Expo on Sept 17

Two-time world champion “Showtime” Shawn Porter has confirmed that he will appear at the Sixth Annual Box Fan Expo on Saturday, September 17, 2022, at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Expo will also coincide with the mega trilogy fight between Canelo...
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Shawn Porter Has No Plans To Return To Boxing, 'I'm Good!'

If you're waiting for Shawn Porter to unretire, you can stop right now ... 'cause the ex-boxing champ tells TMZ Sports he's hung up his boots for good. Remember, the former 2x welterweight champ retired after his bout with Terence Crawford last November, ending his career with a 31-4-1 (17 KOs) record.
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Shawn Porter weighs up Errol Spence-Yordenis Ugas clash

Former two-time welterweight titleholder Shawn Porter has shared a ring with Errol Spence Jr. and Yordenis Ugas so nobody is better placed to assess the two ahead of their IBF, WBA and WBC unification matchup at the AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas on Saturday. Porter retained his WBC title against Ugas...
Boxing Scene

Ugas' Trainer: Errol Spence 'Not The Same Fighter' That Fought With Shawn Porter

Ismael Salas surprisingly stated Wednesday that he doesn’t think the same Errol Spence Jr. that beat Shawn Porter 2½ years ago still exists. Yordenis Ugas’ trainer bluntly told Premier Boxing Champions’ Ray Flores at his gym in Las Vegas that Spence’s car accident in October 2019 noticeably changed the undefeated southpaw for the worse. Spence defeated Danny Garcia convincingly in their 12-round fight nearly 14 months later, but Salas saw a diminished Spence in that fight for his IBF and WBC welterweight titles at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Boxing Scene

Shawn Porter Stands By, Clarifies 'Overrated' Remark on Jaron Ennis

Shawn Porter is all about abiding by a philosophy of showing, not telling. The former welterweight titleholder recently caused a furor on social media after comments he made about contender Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis were widely disseminated. On his eponymous podcast, The Porter Way Podcast, Porter stated that Philadelphia-based Ennis, regarded as a rising force within the 147-pound ranks, was “overrated” in the sense that certain fans were going overboard with their praise.

Shawn Porter low blows Errol Spence Jr, backtracks on Jaron Ennis

When choosing his top ten welterweights in boxing, Shawn Porter hit former opponent Errol Spence Jr. with a blow south of the border. ‘Showtime,’ who retired in November after losing to Terence Crawford in an epic battle, named his current crop of stars at 147 pounds. ERROL SPENCE JR.

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Row erupts between ‘the next Floyd Mayweather’ and Shawn Porter

There’s a storm brewing in the welterweight division between an exciting fighter dubbed ‘the next Floyd Mayweather’ and ex-world champion Shawn Porter. Everything kicked off when Porter aired an episode of his ‘The Porter Way Podcast’ this week. In the talk, the two-time belt holder spoke about the return on former opponent Keith Thurman and rising star Jaron Ennis.

Shawn Porter Teases New Movie, Launches ‘Porter Way’ Merchandise Line

Just a few months after sharing the ring with Terence Crawford, Shawn Porter appears to be settling into the next phase of his career. The two-time welterweight champion recently announced that he will be taking his podcast, The Porter Way, on the road. Joined by his talented co-hosts, Sean Zittel, Carson Merk and Anthony Brenagh, Porter will record an upcoming episode of The Porter Way at Blue Wire Studios in the Wynn Hotel. Fans are encouraged to stop by and listen in as the crew records.