Caferro knocks out Zeigler in Three

Caferro knocks out Zeigler in Three

Story and Photos by Ricardo Ibarra Helena, Montana’s Duran Caferro (16-1, 12 KOs) turned in a dominant performance on Saturday night at the ...

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Gonzalez KOs Contreras, takes aim at world title

Gonzalez KOs Contreras, takes aim at world title

By Gabriel F. Cordero Big-punching three division world champion Jhonny González once again showed his power on Saturday night before 9,000 and a ...

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Olympian Nico Hernandez wins pro debut

Olympian Nico Hernandez wins pro debut

The pro debut of 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Nico Hernandez was a success as Hernandez pounded on Patrick Gutierrez (0-3) for four ...

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Linares beats Crolla again, retains WBA lightweight title in dominant fashion

Linares beats Crolla again, retains WBA lightweight title in dominant fashion

WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares (42-3, 27 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Anthony Crolla (31-6-3, 13 ...

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Quigley defeats Tapia, remains unbeaten

Quigley defeats Tapia, remains unbeaten

By David Robinett at ringside Middleweight prospect Jason Quigley (13-0, 10 KOs) passed the toughest test of his career thus far, outlasting Glen ...

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N’Dam vs. Murata Update

By Thierry Chambefort

Following New York’s Madison Square Garden Golovkin vs. Jacobs eventful bout, boxing fans will soon be concerned with another intriguing exciting middleweight fight, this, for the vacant World Boxing Association (WBA) middleweight world title between interim WBA champion Hassan N’Dam and undefeated No. 2 world-rated contender Ryota Murata.

Talks are intense with Teiken Promotions (Mr. Honda Hakihiko) and Univent Production (Mr. Acaries Sebastien) for the mandatory WBA title fight between Hassan N’Dam and Ryota Murata. Up to date, we do not know yet where and when the fight will take place but we should be informed very soon. (more…)


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Melissa St Vil headlines card in Haiti on Friday

Photo Courtesy Boxe Internationale

By Robert Coster

Brooklyn-born super featherweight Melissa St Vil will headline an interesting card in Petionville, Haiti, this coming Friday. Says promoter Jacques Deschamps, “We are having a card with four title fights which is a first in Haiti!”

The six-fight card reads as follow:

WBC Silver belt Champion St Vil (9-2-3) defends her crown against Mexican Jessica Gonzalez (7-3-1, 1 KO). The charismatic Haitian-American boxer conquered the hearts of local fans in her first outing in Haiti in November last year.

WBA #11 light heavyweight Azea Augustama (20-2,12Kos) puts his WBA Fedelatin title on the line against rugged Gusmyr Perdomo (23-7,16 KOs) of Venezuela. A victory for Augustama will open the door of the WBA top ten ratings. (more…)



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Abduqaxorov destruye a Manyuchi y gana título welter plata del CMB


Por Damrong Simakajornboon
Foto y VDO Clip de Sroi Mungmee

Qudratillo Abduqaxorov (11-0, 8 KOs) asombrosamente capturo el título plata de peso welter del CMB, ya que destruyó al clasificado CMB # 6 y ex campeón Charles Manyuchi (20-3-1, 12 KOs) el pasado sábado por la noche en OCBC Arena En Singapur.

Parecía que Manyuchi estaba confiado, ya que tiene mucha más experiencia que su oponente uzbeko, que acaba de convertirse en profesional hace unos 17 meses. Por lo tanto, fue sacrificado por su descuido por un gran uppercut seguido por un gancho de izquierda que viciosamente lo dejó caer en la lona. El Árbitro Raymond Chang le dio una oportunidad, pero la pelea perteneció a Qudratillo que castigó al ex campeón de nuevo con un gancho de derecha dura y finalmente se anotó un TKO a los 2:56 del mismo primer round.

En otra acción, el Indonesio dos veces titular del título de la IBO, y actual AMB # 2 ligero Daud Yordan (37-3,25 KOs) destruyó a Campehe Singwancha (11-3, 7 KOs) con un gancho de derecha y se anotó un KO de un solo golpe a los 2:13 del segundo round.


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CMB # 3 Rodriguez vence facil en Puerto Rico

Emmanuel “Manny” Rodríguez (16-0, 11 KOs) aniquiló al sustituto de ultima hora Robinson Lavinanza (11-4-1, 4 KOs) en el primer round el pasado sábado por la noche en el Parque Concepción Pérez Alberto en Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Rodríguez envió a Lavinanza a la lona tres veces para poner fin a las hostilidades rápidamente.

El clasificado CMB # 3, FIB # 4, AMB # 8, OMB # 10 Rodriguez fue originalmente programado para enfrentar al veterano Argentino ex campeón mundial Omar Narvaez, que se retiró horas antes de la pelea. “Estaba listo para luchar contra un argentino que era campeón mundial de dos divisiones”, dijo Manny, “pero creo que ahora se dedica a ser un mago porque es muy bueno en el truco de desaparecer!”




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Paez Jr. detiene a Sandoval en Chiapas, Mexico

En una pelea explosiva, el júnior Jorge “Maromerito” Páez (40-9-2, 24 KOs) se anotu un espectacular triunfo por Ko en cuatro rounds sobre el fuerte noqueador Daniel “Galeno” Sandoval (40-5, 36 KOs) en el Gimnasio Municipal de Palenque, Chiapas, Méjico. Paez dejó caer a Sandoval en el mismo primer round y casi lo terminó. Paez volvió a colocar golpes fuerte a Sandoval en el segundo round y sacó a Sandoval de pie en en el tercer round. Sandoval no salió al cuarto round, citando una lesión en la costilla. Paez, hijo del ex campeón mundial Jorge “Maromero” Paez, terminó con una racha de tres derrotas consecutivas,.


Foto: Promociones de Zanfer

También, el peso pluma Willmank Canonico (10-1-2, 3 KOs) detuvo al ex retador al título mundial Daniel “Bad Boy” Rosas (21-4-1, 12 KOs) en el tercer round y el peso pluma Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (23 -1, 20 KOs) vencio por TKO a las 2:48 dedel primer round ante el Salvador “Chava” Hernández (16-6, 9 KOs), que cayo tres veces.


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González KOs Contreras y apunta al título mundial CMB


Por. Gabriel F. Cordero
Foto: Pepe Rodriguez

El Mexicano ex campeón mundial en dos divisiones Jhonny González volvió a mostrar su poder el sábado por la noche ante 9.000 fanaticos y una audiencia de televisión nacional en el Gimnasio Josué Neri Santos en Ciudad Juárez.

González (63-10, 53 KOs) aplastó al Dominicano Francisco “Chico Dominicano” Contreras (30-6, 23 KOs), enviándolo a la lona tres veces en el tercer round de un combate por el título latino interino super pluma del CMB. El tiempo era 2:41.

Jhonny ahora está esperando lo que podría pasar entre el campeón del mundo del CMB de las 130lb su compatriota, Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt y el ex campeon mundial Japones Takashi Miura. “Tuvimos que demostrar que estamos listos para un título mundial”, dijo. “Quien gane, estamos esperando la oportunidad”.


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Linares vence a Crolla ampliamente y retiene titulo AMB


Foto: Lawrence Lustig / Matchroom

El Venezolano campeón mundial de peso ligero de la AMB Jorge Linares (42-3, 27 KOs) conservó su título con una decisión unánime de doce rounds sobre el Britanico ex campeon mundial Anthony Crolla (31-6-3, 13 KOs) en su revancha el sábado por la noche en el Manchester Arena en Manchester, Inglaterra.

Linares fue excelente, ya que cruzó golpes a través de gran parte de la pelea con una impresionante muestra de habilidad de boxeo y poder. Con uppercuts precisos logro enviar a la lona a Crolla en el séptimo round. Momentos más tarde Linares casi lo terminó con una ráfaga contra las cuerdas. Crolla, sin embargo, no se quedaria en silencio. El nativo de Manchester, motivado por su público local, se volvió valientemente más agresivo en la segunda mitad de la pelea. Pero Linares fue simplemente demasiado fuerte, demasiado rápido y demasiado cómodo para superar a Crolla, ganando 118-109 en todas las tarjetas de los jueces.


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Zeuge retiene AMB con decision tecnica

El campeón del mundo súper mediano de la AMB Tyron Zeuge (20-0-1, 11 KOs) conservó su título con una decisión técnica en cinco rounds sobre Isaac Ekpo (31-3, 24 KOs) en el MBS Arena en Potsdam, Alemania. Un choque de cabeza en el tercer round dejo a Zeuge con un corte sobre el ojo derecho. La pelea fue detenida debido al corte en el quinto round y enviado a las tarjetas de puntuación donde Zeuge estaba por delante 49-46, 48-47 y 49-47.



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Caferro knocks out Zeigler in Three

Story and Photos by Ricardo Ibarra

Helena, Montana’s Duran Caferro (16-1, 12 KOs) turned in a dominant performance on Saturday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Billings, Montana, knocking out Cheyenne Zeigler (3-13, 2 KOs), of Lower Brule, South Dakota in the super middleweight main event of Silver Wolf Fight Promotions’ “Magic City Fight Night.” Caferro used his superior skills to out-box Zeigler for two rounds before ending matters in the third with a vicious uppercut.

Using his longer reach and lateral movement, Caferro quickly set the range of the fight in the first round, jabbing at a distance and following up with quick straight rights. Caferro maintained a steady work-rate throughout the first round, keeping Zeigler on the outside and unable to cut the distance, instead catching hard counter shots as he made the effort to get in close. Late in the round a crisp jab rocked Zeigler back and slightly buckled his knees.
Caferro continued to work at a steady pace in the second, snapping his jab in his opponent’s face and mixing in solid hooks to the head and body. Zeigler did find some success in the round, connecting with a flush right hand as Caferro opened up, but that one shot was not enough to stifle the steady stream of offense from Caferro. (more…)


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Peter Fury Granted Special NZ Visa

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

WBO heavyweight challenger Hughie Fury’s (20-0, 10 KOs) chances of lifting the championship from Joseph Parker (22-0, 18 KOs) on May 6 at the Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand have been enhanced with a “special visa” being granted to Peter Fury, the father and trainer of Hughie, who Immigration New Zealand had originally declined authorization of a visa on character grounds. Associate Minister of Immigration David Bennett decided to grant a special direction, giving Fury a visitor visa to New Zealand for the period of March 28 to May 10, which allows Fury to be in New Zealand for a month of preparation before the world title fight. (more…)


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Abduqaxorov destroys Manyuchi to win WBC Silver welterweight title

By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photo and VDO Clip by Sroi Mungmee

WBC ABCO Silver 147lb title holder Qudratillo Abduqaxorov (11-0, 8 KOs) amazingly captured WBC Silver welterweight title as he destroyed WBC #6 and the former champion Charles Manyuchi (20-3-1, 12 KOs) on Saturday night at OCBC Arena in Singapore.

It seemed Manyuchi looked overconfident as he has much more experience than his Uzbek opponent who just turned pro about 17 months ago. So, he was sacrificed from his carelessness by a big uppercut following by a left hook which viciously dropped him to the canvas. Referee Raymond Chang gave him a chance but the fight belonged to Qudratillo who punished the former champion again with a tough right hook and finally scored a TKO at 2:56 of the opening round.

In other action, two-time IBO title holder, current WBA #2 lightweight Daud Yordan (37-3,25 KOs) destroyed Campee Singwancha (11-3, 7 KOs) with a vicious right hook and scored a one-punch KO at 2:13 of round two. (more…)


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Mukala stops Lartey in eight

By Ron Jackson

South Africa’s Patrick Mukala won the vacant WBA Pan African super-middleweight title when he stopped Daniel Lartey of Ghana in the eighth round, at the Kempton Park Indoor Sports Centre on Saturday night.

In a fight that never rose to any heights Mukala (76.05 kg) dominated from the opening round and possibly won every round as he used his left jab to dominate Lartey (76.15 kg). (more…)


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Quigley Wins by Knockout In DC

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside

Not even a stubborn earring could keep undefeated Germantown, MD welterweight Gerome “GQ” Quigley from scoring a victory in the main event of the self-promoted GQ Promotions card at the University of the District of Columbia Physical Activities Center in Washington, DC. Quigley scored a fourth-round TKO over Dennis Sharpe of Bayonne, NJ in a rematch of an April 2016 bout that Quigley won by first round TKO in Springfield, VA.

Photo: Daniel Cork

The rematch was delayed for about three minutes after the introductions because Quigley forgot to take his earring out of his left ear. Quigley needed assistance from one of the ring card girls to get the earring out. Once the bout started, Quigley proceeded to batter Sharpe for the duration of the bout. Quigley would focus his attack on the body and knock Sharpe down in the third round before completing the job with the stoppage at 1:02 of the fourth round. Quigley remains undefeated at 16-0, 15 KO’s while Sharpe falls to 17-24-4, four KO’s. (more…)


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Bavilacqua edges Abis via technical decision

By Marco Bratusch at ringside

Saturday night in front of almost 1,000 in attendance at the Atlantico Live discotheque in Rome, local super welterweight Vincenzo Bevilacqua (11-0) won the vacant national belt via technical decision against former European Union champion Luciano Abis (34-5-1, 16 KOs) in the featured fight of a successful six-bout boxing event promoted by Dadive Buccioni’s BBT Production.

An accidental clash of heads occurred in round three brought to a cut on Abis’ left eyebrow which got worst bleeding copiously as the fight developed. The Sardinian co-challenger was examined by the doctor three times during the following four rounds and finally declared unable to continue by the referee in round seven. (more…)


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Weights from Dearborn, Michigan

By Brad Snyder

Photo: Brad Snyder

Lanardo Tyner 149.2 vs. Luis Florez 149.4
Alycia Baumgardner 137.8 vs. Wendy Toney 134.2
Ernesto Garza 120.4 vs. Jesus Rojas 118
Marcus Carter 267 vs. Jesus Rojas Weighing later in day
Cortez Chambliss 146.8 vs. Dean Walsh 150.4
Janelson Bocachica 149.4 vs. Darryol Humphery 149.6
Sinan Fradi 180 vs. Brian Jackson 176
Deandre Ware 173.8 vs. Rayco Saunders 174.8
Taylor Duerr 191 vs. Troy Albring 179.8

Jaafar Boxing Promotions presents Road to the Belt Sunday March 26, 2017. Tickets available at the door or by calling 313-502-1688. Dearborn Performing Arts 15801 Michigan Ave Dearborn, Mi. Doors open at 3:30 with first fight at 5:00pm.


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WBC #3 Rodriguez vaporizes late sub Lavinanza

Unbeaten bantamweight contender Emmanuel “Manny” Rodriguez (16-0, 11 KOs) annihilated late sub Robinson Lavinanza (11-4-1, 4 KOs) in the first round on Saturday night at the Parque Concepción Pérez Alberto in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Rodriguez sent Lavinanza to the canvas three times to end hostilities quickly.

The WBC #3, IBF #4, WBA #8, WBO #10 rated Rodriguez was originally slated to face longtime former world champion Omar Narvaez, who pulled out late. “I was ready to fight an Argentine who was world champion of two divisions,” said Manny, “but I think now he’s dedicated to being a magician because he’s very good at the trick of disappearing!”


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Gonzalez KOs Contreras, takes aim at world title

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Big-punching three division world champion Jhonny González once again showed his power on Saturday night before 9,000 and a national TV audience at the Gimnasio Josué Neri Santos in Ciudad Júarez.

Photo: Pepe Rodriguez

Gonzalez (63-10, 53 KOs) crushed Francisco “Dominican Boy” Contreras (30-6, 23 KOs), sending him to the canvas three times in the third round of a bout for the WBC interim Latino super featherweight title. Time was 2:41.

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Paez stops Sandoval to halt losing streak

In an explosive fight, jr middleweight Jorge “Maromerito” Paez (40-9-2, 24 KOs) scored a fourth round KO over Daniel “Galeno” Sandoval (40-5, 36 KOs) at the Gimnasio Municipal in Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Paez dropped Sandoval in round one and almost finished him. Paez floored Sandoval again in round two and had Sandoval out on his feet in round three. Sandoval he didn’t come out for round four, citing a rib injury. Paez, son of former world champion Jorge “Maromero” Paez, ended a three fight losing streak with the win.

Photo: Zanfer Promotions

Also, featherweight Willmank Canonico (10-1-2, 3 KOs) stopped former world title challenger Daniel “Bad Boy” Rosas (21-4-1, 12 KOs) in the third round, and featherweight Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (23-1, 20 KOs) won by TKO at 2:48 of the first round against Salvador “Chava” Hernández (16-6, 9 KOs), who was down three times.


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Olympian Nico Hernandez wins pro debut

The pro debut of 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Nico Hernandez was a success as Hernandez pounded on Patrick Gutierrez (0-3) for four rounds in a super bantamweight at the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas. Gutierrez’ corner finally threw in the towel.

Photo: Charles Yellowfeather/KO Night Boxing

Featherweight Tremaine “Mighty Midget” Williams (10-0, 3 KOs) scored an eight round unanimous decision over Eduardo Garza (6-2, 2 KOs). Williams scored a flash knockdown in round two and another knockdown with a body shot in round four. Scores were 79-71, 79-71, 78-72.

Junior middleweight Neeco “The Rooster” Macias (15-0, 8 KOs) remained unbeaten with a hard-fought eight round unanimous decision over Cesar Soriano (26-35-1, 16 KOs). Scores were 78-73, 80-71, 79-72.


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Linares beats Crolla again, retains WBA lightweight title in dominant fashion

WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares (42-3, 27 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Anthony Crolla (31-6-3, 13 KOs) in their rematch on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England.

Photo: Lawrence Lustig/Matchroom

Linares was superb as he cruised through much of the fight with an impressive display of boxing skill and power. A precisely timed uppercut floored Crolla in the seventh. Moments later Linares nearly finished him with a flurry against the ropes. Crolla, however, would not go quietly. The Manchester native, perhaps spurned by his home crowd, bravely grew more aggressive in the second half of the fight. But Linares was simply too sharp, too fast and too comfortable for Crolla to overcome, winning 118-109 across the board.




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