Johnny Nelson says that both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are more than just fighters. They're gods!
Attending Floyd Mayweather v Manny Pacquiao and seeing the build-up will be a dream, says Johnny Nelson.
Johnny Nelson believes Kell Brook does not need to pursue a fight with Amir Khan after defending his IBF belt in style.
Johnny Nelson believes Kell Brook could be one win away from facing the winner of Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao.
Sergey Kovalev can unify the light-heavyweight division and then move up to cruiserweight, says Johnny Nelson.
Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao going face-to-face was something special, says Johnny Nelson.
Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg is a step closer - but Johnny Nelson says a third champion is truly the best.
Johnny Nelson says Paul Smith has lost the advantage of surprise, but can still rip away Arthur Abraham's WBO belt.
Johnny Nelson has spoken to Mikkel Kessler and understands why he has retired - and what would bring him back.
Mikkel Kessler has retired so will his great rival Carl Froch follow suit? Johnny Nelson thinks so...
Johnny Nelson spent the day with Manny Pacquiao and found out a different side to the legendary fighter.
Deontay Wilder's fun factor can elevate heavyweight boxing into an exciting new era, says Johnny Nelson.
Martin J Ward received a wake-up call by narrowly remaining undefeated, says Johnny Nelson.
Johnny Nelson would not rush Tyson Fury towards Wladimir Klitschko, despite his destruction of Dereck Chisora.
Anthony Joshua has blown all opponents away but Johnny Nelson hopes Michael Sprott will give him plenty to ponder
Bernard Hopkins was badly beaten by Sergey Kovalev, so Johnny Nelson wants him to call it a day. But will he?
Calculated, skilful and swift, Luke Campbell showed he's ready for the next level, says Johnny Nelson.
Johnny Nelson was far from impressed by Nonito Donaire but Gennady Golovkin left him in awe... again.
Anthony Joshua showed his dark side on Saturday - and that will serve him well, says Johnny Nelson.
Johnny Nelson believes Josh Warrington's old-school ascent can't be questioned - and the world title may be next.