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Legendary Hall of Fame promoter Don King and Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson held a press conference in the Rotunda of Cleveland City Hall on Wednesday to introduce the fighters that will compete on ShoBox: The New Generation this Friday, Feb. 21 from the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio. In the main event on SHOWTIME, heavy-handed lightweight slugger Angelo “La Cobra” Santana (14-1, 11 KOs), of Miami, Fla., will face the dangerous, world-ranked Hammerin’ Hank Lundy (23-3-1, 11 KOs) of Philadelphia in a 10-round bout.
Below is what the fighters had to say about Friday’s matchups:
SANTANA: “I’m going to beat the hell out of him. In the ring, he will be beaten. It will be bad and it will hurt.
LUNDY: “I’m on fire. I have nothing but hatred inside right now. When I get in the ring with this guy it’s going to be blood, sweat and hurt. Mark my words. You (Santana) jumped up out of your league. When Friday night comes, Hammerin’ Hank is going to bring SHOWTIME to Cleveland. (more…)
By Mariano A. Agmi
Sebastian Contursi, the manager of Marcos Maidana, informed Fightnews: “What I can tell you for now is that there is nothing confirmed, only negotiations. As you know, this depends on Mayweather. We initiated negotiations a few weeks ago, that’s all, and we’re awaiting confirmation. In the next few days we’ll probably have news.”
Photos: Rafael Soto/Top Rank
Former WBC middleweight champion Julio César Chávez Jr is in his final days of training camp in México as he prepares for his 12-round super middleweight rematch against Top-Five contender and two-fisted Texan Bryan Vera. Chávez Jr. – Vera II will take place next week – Saturday, March 1 – at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. It will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. The telecast will open with two-time Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist and 2013 Prospect of the Year, Vasyl Lomachenko, in only his second professional bout, challenging WBO featherweight champion Orlando Salido.
Here is what Chávez Jr. had to say today:
“I have been training for four months for this fight because I need to be at my best to win this fight and win it in an impressive fashion. I must eliminate all doubts about the outcome.
“I know that I will be much better than the first fight. I believe that Bryan Vera will come very confident after what happened in our first fight which will make this fight much better than the first one and one that the fans will remember for a long time. (more…)
Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum says Floyd Mayweather’s treatment of Amir Khan “is absolutely disgraceful.” In an interview with Telegraph Sport, Arum stated “Amir Khan has put himself in a position where he can be humiliated. He’s like a laughing stock. Terrible. Absolutely terrible.” Khan has been out of the ring since last April and passed up a fight with Devon Alexander in December in hopes of landing a big payday against Floyd, even signing a contract. Mayweather has yet to sign.
“My feeling is [Mayweather] is not going to fight him,” Arum stated, “but it’s disgraceful to do that to another human being because you are in a position to do that. Just because he has the power where you can do something like that…they have twisted the kid in the wind. Mayweather should be ashamed of himself. He’s not going to sign the contract. I think he will fight Maidana.”
By Felipe Leon
Photo: Paul Gallegos
At the beginning of the year, California Boxing Hall of Fame promoter Bobby DePhilippis of Bobby D Presents would have found it hard to believe that he could have topped his last show of 2013 where local Aaron Garcia stopped the rugged Kevin Hoskins before the six round limit. Along with Garcia’s top-notch performance, DePhilippis featured a slew of local talent in front of a sold out crowd at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in San Diego. By the looks of the line-up for the next installment of his “San Diego Fights” live professional boxing series, DePhilippis might have done just that.
Set for Friday, February 28th, at the new home for local San Diego boxing, the aforementioned Crowne Plaza, Bobby D. Presents in association with Caribe Promotions have assembled a world-class six bout fight card that is sure to open up the 2014 season with a bang. (more…)
Photos: Chris Farina / Top Rank
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Zou Shiming and 2012 Olympic gold medalists, Ryota Murata and Egor Mekhontsev pose during a public workout at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau, China on Wednesday for their upcoming feature fights on Saturday, February 22 from the Cotai Arena at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau, China.
Shiming will risk his undefeated (3-0) record in an eight-round flyweight bout against the young seasoned Yokthong Kokietgym of Thailand in the main event. In the undercard, Murata and Mekhontsev will be featured.
Also on the card, IBF Lightweight champion Miguel Angel Vazquez of Mexico will defend his title against undefeated Denis Shafikov of Russia.
Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Tecate, “Ring of Gold – Shiming vs. Kokietgym” will be televised Saturday, Feb. 22, beginning at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT on HBO 2. photos
Former two-time world champion Steve “USS” Cunningham (26-6-0, 12 KOs) is no stranger to NBCSN Fight Night. The 37 year old heavyweight has appeared in two of the series’ marquee afternoon editions of Fight Night on the NBC broadcast network. On Friday, April 4th Cunningham will return to Fight Night in his hometown of Philadelphia, PA to challenge undefeated heavy-hitter Amir “Hardcore” Mansour (20-0-0, 15 KOs), making his second appearance on the series, for Mansour’s USBA Heavyweight Title in a ten round battle at the Liacouras Center on the campus of Temple University. The fight is the main event on NBCSN Fight Night beginning at 10 pm ET/7 pm PT. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Luis Concepcion 112 vs. Carlos Fontes 112
(WBC Silver flyweight title)
Ricardo Nuñez 115 vs. Jonatah Arenas 114.50
Luis Rios 122 vs. Israel Drogo 117
Alberto Mosquera 145.25 vs. Fidel Monterosa 147
Zayda Mosquea 121 vs. Andrea Miranda 117
Venue: Figali Convention Center
Promoter: Promociones y Eventos del Istmo
TV: TV Max
Former WBO interim junior middleweight world champion Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo held an international media conference call on Wednesday to discuss his upcoming PPV clash against Canelo Alvarez taking place on March 8 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Alfredo Angulo: I sincerely don’t know if the fight will go the distance or end with a KO. My objective is to win…Fans know that when two Mexicans get in the ring it’s always a show and we will prove that on March 8…I’ve been an underdog most of my career. I just do my job and work hard. I don’t think about it…I really can’t say if Lara can beat Mayweather. I can say that it would be a boring fight for sure.”
Trainer Virgil Hunter: I don’t teach the style that Angulo was taught. I work on defense a lot. It’s been a pleasure to work with him.
Promoter Richard Schaefer: Alfredo has earned this opportunity. Sometimes an exciting loss is more valuable these days than a boring win.
Junior lightweight Jason Sosa, of Camden, NJ, who has knocked out his last six opponents, steps up in class when he takes on Michael “Lefty” Brooks, of Nassau, Long Island, NY, in the scheduled 10-round main event Saturday evening, April 12, in the Grand Ballroom at Bally’s Atlantic City. Sosa, 25, has turned his career around in the last 30 months under the guidance of Raul “Chino” Rivas, of Berlin, NJ, who has developed Sosa into an aggressive puncher, both to the head and body. (more…)
Cuban born star, Interim WBA Jr. Middleweight Champion, Erislandy Lara, who now resides in Houston, TX, will take on the moniker “The American Dream”. After escaping communist Cuba, Lara in now experiencing a life full of opportunity, and is very grateful to be living in the United States of America. “My blood is 100% Cuban, and I love my family back home, but the reality is, thanks to the United States, I’ve been blessed to live my dream of being a champion and doing what I love for a living,” said Lara. “Being able to support my family and my loved ones is a blessing that I’m thankful for. I know what it’s like to live in poverty in a communist country, and what it’s like to live in USA, and I really feel I’m living the “The American Dream.” (more…)
The Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) organization today announced it has selected Future US, a leading digital media group, to oversee UFC 360, the official magazine of the UFC. Through the partnership, Future US will publish UFC 360 magazine in the US, UK and Australia in addition to the worldwide digital property. The first Future US managed issue will launch in April (#28), which will hit stands on April 1, 2014. (more…)
Photos: Rafael Soto/Zanfer
Multi-division world champion Jorge “Travieso” Arce (62-7-2, 47 KOs) returns March 8 at the in Macroplaza in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico against Brazilian Aldimar Silva Santos (19-7, 10 KOs) in a scheduled ten round featherweight bout.
Jorge Arce: “I’ve stayed in the gym since I started the year because the plan was always to fight in March. I want to fight for the world featherweight championship but go step by step. For now we need to concentrate on our next fight and deliver a great show to the people of Nogales, which has always supported me very well.”
Also on the card is local hero and former world title challenger David “The Destroyer” Lopez (41-13-1, 23 KOs) who will face unbeaten Jose “Bolivita” Uzcategui (21-0, 17 KOs) in an intriguing ten round middleweight clash. (more…)
Queensberry Promotions has announced in association with Chris Eubank Promotions that Chris Eubank Jr. (12-0, 7 KOs) will fight on this Saturday’s sold-out show at the York Hall, Bethnal Green. Eubank Jr. will take on Alistair Warren (8-5-3, 4 KOs) in an eight-round middleweight contest in support of Tony Conquest’s challenge for the vacant Commonwealth cruiserweight belt against Daniel Amman. Should be a safe bout for Eubank as Warren is 0-4-2 in his last six.
Olympic Bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo (4-0, 2 KOs) will take on Greg O’Neill (3-1, 0 KOs) on the undercard of Ricky Burns’ WBO World Lightweight title defense against Terence Crawford at the SECC in Glasgow on March 1.
Gary Shaw Productions, in association with Javier Bustillo, have recently signed two of Puerto Rico’s top amateur boxers, Luis Paredes and Jean Rivera. Both fighters are scheduled to make their pro debuts on March 22 in Ponce, Puerto Rico, on the undercard of Jose Pedraza (15-0, 10 KOs) vs. Alberto Garza (26-6-1, 21 KOs).
On December 7, 2013 Felix Sturm (35) wrote German boxing history as he became the first and only four-time world champion the country has ever produced. At the Porsche Arena in Stuttgart he dropped defending IBF World Middleweight Champion Darren Barker – who was favored by the sportsbooks – twice en route to a brilliant second round TKO victory. In honor of this occasion, Sturm Box-Promotion GmbH has released a four-minute short film on YouTube about the preparation of what was to become the biggest victory of Felix Sturm’s long and storied career. The film was made by Victor Filimonov.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Former WBA world champion Luis “El Nica” Concepcion (30-3, 22 KOs) will defend his WBC flyweight silver crown against Carlos “El Divino” Fonte (17-1, 14 KOs) at the Figali Plaza on Thursday on the banks of the Panama Canal. Concepcion is hoping to land a title shot against the current WBC flyweight world champion Akira Yaegashi.
The co-featured bout will be former world flyweight title challenger Ricardo Nuñez (26-4, 22 KOs) against Jonathan Arias (14-9, 12 KOs).
For the second time in two months, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will put her title on the line, but on this go round she will face another Olympian, as Sara McMann steps up to the challenge in the main event of UFC 170 this weekend . . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Zou Shiming (ctr), 2012 Olympic gold medalists Ryota Murata (L) and Egor Mekhontsev (R) make their “Grand Arrival” at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau, China on Wednesday night for their upcoming feature fights on Saturday from the Cotai Arena at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau, China.
Shiming will risk his undefeated (3-0) record in an eight-round flyweight bout against the young seasoned Yokthong Kokietgym of Thailand in the main event. On the undercard, Murata and Mekhontsev will be featured. Also on the card, IBF lightweight champion Miguel Vazquez of Mexico will defend his title against undefeated Denis Shafikov of Russia. Promoted by Top Rank, “Ring of Gold – Shiming vs. Kokietgym” will be televised Saturday beginning at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT on HBO 2.
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Former IBF/WBA middleweight champion Daniel Geale (30-2, 16 KOs) stopped Garth Wood (12-4-1, 8 KOs) in round six of scheduled twelve round bout at the Hordern Pavillion, Moore Park, New South Wales, Australia with IBF and WBA regional titles up for grabs on Wednesday. Geale displayed good punching power as he dropped Wood in rounds one, five and six. Geale controlled all the rounds, outworking his opponent as he delivered accurate combinations that visibly hurt Wood. The corner of Wood retired their boxer at the conclusion of round six when he was in no condition to continue.
More to come with photos…
Martin Murray will get a third shot at a world middleweight title in the next few months, he just has to decide which option is best for him. Hatton Promotions currently has two offers on the table, with one offering the St Helens puncher a career best payday. Both of the options have been secured outside of the United States due to Murray’s past problems in obtaining a visa. Martin was due to make his American debut in a world title fight with Julio Cesar Chaevz Jr in 2012, but was unable to enter the country. The bout was later rescheduled for take place in Chavez’s home country of Mexico, but it seemed it was not the right time for Martin.
Murray, 31, drew with Felix Sturm when challenging for the WBA ‘Super’ world title in December 2011 and one of the offers is a rematch with the German, who recently won the IBF crown with a second round stoppage of Barnet’s Darren Barker.
The other available fight would see him pitted against reigning Kazakhstan’s hard-hitting WBA titlist Gennady Golovkin in Monte Carlo for the largest purse he’s ever received in his seven year professional career. Murray and Golovkin have been on each other’s radars for some time and were due to box on the same show earlier this month, but Martin unfortunately had to withdraw due to an injury sustained in training.
Time is now running out for Murray to make a decision.
Boxing legend Roy Jones Jr.’s career isn’t over — in fact, he tells TMZ Sports, he’s officially taking a shot at a brand new title … MAYOR. 45-year-old Jones — the first former middleweight champion to win a heavyweight title in 106 years back in 2003 — tells us, he plans to run for Mayor of his hometown Pensacola, Florida at the next election. And he’s serious too — the HBO analyst says he’s already prepared all the necessary paperwork … and got TEN TIMES the required number of signatures to make himself eligible (nearly 5,000 to be exact).
As for his policies — Jones says he wants to focus on children, telling us, “A lot of kids don’t have proper leadership at home. I’m willing to try and be that person for them.” He adds, “I tell the kids, don’t fight in the streets. Go into MMA, go into boxing. Do something that someone can be proud of you for.”
Jones is confident he can win too — “I’ve been opposed my whole life, and I’ve always won.” Can’t argue with that.
A history professor at the University of Nevada in Reno outlines local history in Vegas and Nevada. More
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Son of former contender Tommy Morrison makes his pro debut. More
Promoter Yvon Michel announced today via Twitter that WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson has signed with manager Al Haymon. Stevenson had been fighting on HBO and was penciled in for a May 24 fight on HBO, however Haymon fighters fight primarily on Showtime.
— Yvon Michel (@yvonmichelGYM) February 19, 2014
Saturday’s Solo Boxeo Tecate telecast on UniMas (midnight ET/11PM PT) will feature Japanese featherweight Akifumi Shimoda against Filipino Marvin Sonsona for the vacant WBO International title, in a 12 round bout from the Cotai Arena at The Venetian in Macau, China. Shimoda (28-3-2, 12 KOs) of Tokyo is currently ranked #2 in the world. Marvin Sonsona (17-1-1, 14 KOs), of General Santos City in the Philippines, is a young former WBO super flyweight champion. Sonsona has 3 consecutive wins after losing against Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. for the WBO super bantamweight title.
By Felipe Leon
Just like her sister city to the south, San Diego is becoming a hotbed professional boxing in the first quarter of the year with three fight cards scheduled one right after the other. With California Boxing Hall of fame promoter Bobby D. Presents offering his first show of the year on Friday, February 28th and Gary Shaw Productions coming into town on March 7th in North County, the first fight card on the docket is this Friday night, February 21st, from the Del Mar Fairgrounds presented by Paco Presents in association with Jorge Marron Productions with A&T Gym. The “Ringside at Del Mar” boxing series will consist of six shows programmed for this year at the historic fairgrounds. (more…)
Photos: Chris Farina / Top Rank
Zou Shiming, two-time Olympic gold medalist works out with Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach(R) in Macau, China on Tuesday for his upcoming main event on Saturday, February 22 from the Cotai Arena at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau, China.
Shiming will risk his undefeated (3-0) record in an eight-round flyweight bout against the young seasoned Yokthong Kokietgym of Thailand.
Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Tecate, “Ring of Gold – Shiming vs. Kokietgym” will be televised Saturday, Feb. 22, beginning at 5:00 pm ET/PT on HBO 2. Also on the card will be 2012 Olympic gold medalists Ryota Murata and Egor Mekhontsev, from Japan and Russia, respectively, and IBF Lightweight champion Miguel Angel Vazquez of Mexico defending his title against undefeated Denis Shafikov of Russia.
Karate isn’t dead. While fighters with a background in wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or Muay Thai still dominate, athletes with a karate background often make waves at the highest level of MMA . . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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This Friday night at the Edgewater Casino in Laughlin, Nevada, the quarterfinals of the lightweight portion of Boxcino 2014 will get underway on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights. The concept of the tournament was hatched in 1996 by Banner Promotions Arthur Pelullo and the idea came to fruition a year later.
“17 years ago, I was 41-years old and I was trying to figure a way to find fighters to advance my business,” said Pelullo. “I came up with an idea to do a tournament. That tournament consisted of 4 weight divisions and 8 countries. I was fortunate to find several fighters that went on to make a good living in boxing. One of the fighters we thought that would become a big star was JC Candelo.” (more…)
In the multifaceted world of mixed martial arts, there are plenty of areas to shine. Elite-level strikers make fans excited to see them work magic on their feet, where top notch wrestlers mow down the opposition with power doubles. When talking about action that plays out on the canvas, the focus falls largely on those who once dominated the grappling world, but have made a successful transition to competing inside the Octagon . . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Ron Jackson
Toto Helebe from Gugulethu makes the second defence of his South African bantamweight title when he faces mandatory challenger Cebo Negema of Kagiso at the Southern Sun Cape Sun Hotel in Cape Town on Friday February 28. The 28-year-old Helebe (12-3, 7 KOs) has had a rather stop-start career since making his pro debut in May 2005 and from September 2007 to June 2011 he only had seven fights, losing to Cleutus Mbhele and then scoring victories over Simon Mbande, Phumzile Njonja, Lusanda Komanisi, Wiseman Kega, Luvanda Mzama and Helebe whom he meets on the 28th. On June 29 2012 he won the SA title with a fifth round stoppage win over former standout amateur Phumzile Matyhila and in May last year made a successful defence against Klaas Mboyane. (more…)
By Robert Hough
Featherweight Manuel Avila (13-0, 5 KOs) stepped it up down the stretch and got a unanimous decision over Enrique Quevedo (15-6-1, 9 KOs) in the main event of a seven-fight card at the Storm House in Salinas, Calif. All three scores in the Fox Sports One-televised fight were 97-92. While Quevedo slowed some in the later stages of the 10-round fight, the fighter from Los Angeles pressed the action throughout the contest as Avila did little or nothing for extended stretches of several rounds.
In the 10th and final round, Avila stepped it up like a man who feared he was losing and the Fairfield, Calif., fighter managed to drop Quevedo, but he wasn’t hurt and finished with ease. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos: Peter McDermott
Hard punching middleweight and WBA #13 Garth Wood (12-3-1, 8 KOs) is a heavy underdog with betting agencies but is confident he can defeat former IBF/WBA champion Daniel Geale (29-2, 15 KOs) when they clash over twelve rounds on Wednesday at the Hordern Pavillion in Moore Park, New South Wales, Australia with IBF and WBA regional titles up for grabs. Woods has had American IBF #5/WBC #5/WBA #8 middleweight Daniel Jacobs as his chief sparring partner, which has him in the best shape of his career and ready to upset Geale.
Geale made two trips to the scale and on second attempt was 160 lbs. Wood weighed in at 159 lbs.
Garth Wood: “The role I’m playing is the underdog and that’s exactly how I want it. The runs are on the board with what Geale has done, 300 amateur fights and legitimate world championships, but I’m very confident with what I have in front of me.”
Daniel Geale: “Every fighter is dangerous and always dangerous in their own way. Garth has got that puncher’s ability and he has got that strength. I just can’t relax with him. I know if I use my skills and box the way I know I can then I’ll be okay. But he can definitely be dangerous.”
Promoter Bill Treacy. Televised on Main Event Pay-Per-View More photos…
By Boxing Bob Newman
Photo: Boxing Bob Newman
Troy, New York light heavyweight Shawn Miller comes from a boxing family. The sport’s history is replete with tales of boxing families, father-son relationships in and out of the ring. There was Joe Frazier and his clan in Philly, the boxing Byrd family from Flint, Michigan, the Hiltons up outside of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Shawn Miller resides in Troy, New York, just outside of the state capital of Albany. Father Bob, mother Lorraine, brother Shannon and even step-mom Linda have all led the way before the “baby” of the Miller family hopped on board the pugilistic train.
This Friday night at “The Egg” in Albany’s Empire Convention Center, the latest Miller will defend his WBF North American light heavyweight title against experienced Kevin Engel in front of a partisan crowd. Shawn took time out of his training schedule to talk about his boxing family, and of course, his upcoming fight- on paper his toughest to date. (more…)
By Robert Hough at ringside
Unbeaten featherweight Manuel “Tino” Avila (14-0, 5 KOs) scored a hard fought ten round unanimous decision over Enrique “Cuate” Quevedo (15-7-1, 9 KOs) on Monday night at the Storm House in Salinas, California. Quevedo gave Avila all he could handle, but Avila closed strong by knocking down Quevedo with a left hook in the final minute. Scores were 97-92 on all cards.
Middleweight Paul “El Gallo Negro” Mendez moved to 15-2-2, 7 KOs with a third round KO against Raul “El Tigre” Casarez (20-5, 9 KOs). A right hand finished Casarez. Time was :43.
Unbeaten lightweight Andy Vences (7-0, 3 KOs) won when Dominic Coca (8-7, 2 KOs) couldn’t continue after round three due to a hand injury.
19-year-old Diego “The Golden Kid” De La Hoya (3-0, 3 KOs) scored a first round TKO over Sergio “Costeño” Najera (6-13-2, 1 KO). De La Hoya dropped Najera with a left hook and got the stoppage with his follow up barrage. Time was 2:14. Diego is the cousin of boxing great Oscar De La Hoya,
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