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Heavyweight David Tua’s clash with Alexander Ustinov has been postponed until Saturday November 16. It was thought that the fight originally slated for Claudelands Arena on August 31 would be put back to late September after the Tuamanator picked up a minor grade 1 calf muscle injury last week. However the challenge of venue availability and not clashing with other significant sports events saw a slightly longer than expected hiatus for both fight camps.”This is the fight game and every now and again fighters get injured and plans change,” says promoter David Higgins of Duco Events. “It’s business as usual. Delays are commonplace in boxing.” (more…)
The WBC made a long series of tweets regarding their position on the Vitali Klitschko situation:
They then tweeted a statement of Vitali Klitschko:
Finally another WBC comment on Vitali:
Photos: Chris Farina / Top Rank
After some entertaining pre-fight trash tweets, both “Mile High” Mike Alvarado and Ruslan Provodnikov were polite and respectful at today’s news conference in Denver to announce their October 19 WBO jr welterweight title clash at 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado.
Ruslan Provodnikov: I can confidently say that we’re both going to create a war and I’m pretty sure one of us is going to remain laying in the ring after the fight.
Mike Alvarado: It’s going to be a great show. It’s going to be a dream come true fighting in my hometown. (Alvarado also presented Provodnickov with a Denver Broncos jersey.)
This match will be the area’s first world championship fight featuring a local fighter since September 15, 2000 when former World Boxing Council (WBC) lightweight champion Stevie Johnston unsuccessfully challenged defending WBC lightweight champion Jose Luis Castillo, via majority draw, at Pepsi Center. Alvarado vs. Provodnikov will be televised live on HBO. photos
Vitali @Klitschko is injured of his right fist and he might return to fight early next year
— World Boxing Council (@WBCBoxing) August 13, 2013
@WBCBoxing how can this be tolerant?
— I AM BWARE (@BSTIVERNE) August 13, 2013
@WBCBoxing Many fights were stripped by the WBC because of inactivity or injuries. What makes the so called heavyweight champ different?
— I AM BWARE (@BSTIVERNE) August 13, 2013
WBO president Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel, announced today the referee and judges who will work this Saturday’s light heavyweight world title fight between the champion Nathan Cleverly and the #2 ranked Sergey Kovalev to be held at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Wales. The referee will be Terry O’Connor, from United Kingdom. Judges will be Alfredo Polanco from Mexico, Jose Ignacio Martinez from Spain and Zoltan Enyedi from Hungary. The WBO supervisor for this fight will be John Duggan.
By Matt Thompson
Photo: Marty Rosengarten/RingsidePhotos.com
On Wednesday, August 14, DiBella Entertainment (DBE) and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s SMS Promotions return to B.B. King Blues Club and Grill for the latest edition of New York City’s Broadway Boxing series. Headlining the card is a heavyweight match up between popular New Yorker Tor Hamer (20-2, 13 KOs) and tough veteran Kertson Manswell (23-7, 17 KOs) of Trinidad and Tobago. Wednesday night marks only the second time Hamer will step into the ring since his tough loss to Vyacheslav Glazkov last December in a bout in which he retired after round four when he was unable to answer the bell.
Hamer recently sat down with Fightnews.com to lend some insight into his camp as he prepares to fight Manswell tomorrow night. The interview covered a wide range of topics to include life after boxing and what Hamer must do to get back into the top American heavyweight prospect conversation. (more…)
On Saturday, September 21, the wait is over, as “The Hebrew Hammer,” former IBC heavyweight champion Tim Puller, makes his return to the ring after nearly 13 years to face Yohan Banks on the latest hard-hitting edition of Roy Englebrecht Promotions’ Fight Club series at Little-Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington. The six round heavyweight bout will mark the 44-year-old Puller’s first fight since his October 2000 match with Marvin Hunt.
Also on tap is a Washington State Middleweight Championship bout between undefeated Tacoma prospect Mike Gavronski (12-0-1, 9 KOs) and Seattle’s Eddie Hunter (8-8-2, 2 KOs), and a clash of heavyweight unbeatens featuring Federal Way’s “Vicious” Vince Thompson (13-0, 2 KOs) against Los Angeles’ Charles Martin (9-0-1, 8 KOs). (more…)
Denver’s very own homegrown world champion “Mile High” Mike Alvarado will make the first defense of his World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior welterweight title a “home game,” when he battles #1 contender Ruslan Provodnikov of Russia, Saturday, October 19, at 1STBANK Center in nearby Broomfield, Colo. This marks the area’s first world championship fight featuring a local fighter since September 15, 2000 when former World Boxing Council (WBC) lightweight champion Stevie Johnston unsuccessfully challenged defending WBC lightweight champion Jose Luis Castillo, via majority draw, at Pepsi Center. Alvarado vs. Provodnikov will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. This will be the first time HBO has televised a live fight from Colorado.
Tickets to the Alvarado vs. Provodnikov world title fight event will go on sale This Friday! August 16 at 10:00 a.m. MT. Priced at $200, $100, $50 and $25, plus applicable fees and taxes, tickets can be purchased online at TicketHorse.com, order by phone at 866-461-6556 and at Tickethorse kiosks located at all Colorado Dick’s Sporting Goods Stores (for credit card purchases only)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Sources reported from Argentina that 45-year-old former WBA world champion Jorge “Locomotora” Castro (130-11-3, 90 KOS) could reappear in the ring with 62-year-old Panamanian Hall of Famer Roberto “Mano de Piedra” Duran (103-16, 70 KOS) at Luna Park in Buenos Aires on September 7, but it’s not clear whether it’s as special guests or in an exhibition match or even a real fight. Duran and Castro met twice previously. Their first bout was in February 1997 in Mar del Plata, Argentina and Castro won a controversial ten round decision. The second fight, in June 1997, was won by Duran via decision over 10 rounds in the Nuevo Panama Gym, which today is named the Roberto Duran Arena.
The event is organized by Argentina Boxing Promotions headed Mario Margossian and will be headlined by former world title challenger Javier “The Beast” Maciel and IBF female super flyweight world champion Deborah Dionicius in separate bouts.
Photos: Wojciech Kubik
Australia’s IBF middleweight champion, Daniel Geale (29-1, 15 KOs) held a media workout Monday at the Mendez Boxing Gym in New York City. Geale will be defending his title against #3 rated Darren Barker (25-1, 16 KOs) this Saturday night on HBO at the Revel Casino-Hotel in Atlantic City.
“I’m feeling good as I’m starting to get fresher every day,” Geale stated. “I’m excited because I know it’s going to be a great fight. Barker is going to come out hard and I know he’s very hungry. I want to be pushed and I know Barker is going to that which is going to make for an exciting fight. Fighting on HBO is great. It’s been a long time coming and I’m excited to fighting on such a great card. Gary Shaw and my team back home have done a great job getting me here and I just want to put on a great show. To all my fans please tune in because I’m going to bring that title home.” (more…)
By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Photo: Gary Purfield
Sergey Kovalev (21-0-1, 19 KOs), gets his first crack at a world title this Saturday when he meets Nathan Cleverly (26-0, 12 KOs), for the WBO light heavyweight title in a 12-round fight at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Wales. The fight appears to be an interesting boxer vs. puncher matchup between two unbeaten pros, and will be televised by HBO in a delayed broadcast (9:45PM Eastern). The stakes in the fight are high, given that the winner could be propelled into some very big opportunities with the stars of the 175-pound division. We caught up with Kovalev and his trainer John David Jackson by phone for the Q&A session. (more…)
By Phil Doherty
It didn’t take long for Florida Boxing Hall of Fame trainer Al Bonanni to go from one “Slugfest” to what promises to be another when he reunited with former IBF light heavyweight Tavoris “Thunder” Cloud (24-1, 19 KOs) in Ocala yesterday. Bonanni, fresh off a successful show at Casino Miami Jai Alai this past Saturday with his company Tiburon Promotions, made the quick turnaround to join Cloud and his physical trainer and first professional coach Alonzo Johnson.
Cloud is in his third week of preparation for a chance to regain a world title–this time the WBC–against southpaw champion Adonis Stevenson (21-1, 18 KOs) on September 28 in Montreal: site of Stevenson’s spectacular first-round knockout of Chad Dawson in June. (more…)
By Arvin Nundloll
Photos: Wojciech Kubik
IBF #3 middlewqweight contender Darren Barker (25-1, 16 KOs) took time out to speak to FightNews about his upcoming IBF middleweight title shot against world champion Daniel Geale (29-1, 15 KOs) this Saturday at the Revel Casino-Hotel, Atlantic City’s newest and largest casino resort. The bout will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.
How does it feel to be back headlining a HBO show?
This is what I’ve worked towards since I was a boy, since I was 12 so it’s been 19 years and it has all led to this moment. It’ll be a bittersweet feeling actually being in Atlantic City, as you rightfully said I’m 0-2 if you’re counting my loss against Martinez and I was in Lee Purdy’s corner against Devon Alexander, it’ll be third time lucky. (more…)
Sure, Joe Lauzon is a mixed martial arts fan, but he also has a reputation to think about. So when future Hall of Famer Anderson Silva stepped into the Octagon to defend his middleweight title against unbeaten upstart Chris Weidman in July, he couldn’t just enjoy the fight for what it was. And while his head said Silva would win, his heart said win, but just don’t get a bonus doing it . . . Click here for more on UFC.com
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By Joe Koizumi
On the same night of a world title doubleheader in the same city of Tokyo, an unprecedented record was registered by a 36-year-old tall southpaw veteran campaigner. Tadashi Yuba (44-8-2, 32 KOs), 153.5, impressively acquired his fifth Japanese national belt in the 154-pound division by dispatching Yosuke Kirima (17-4-2, 12 KOs), 153.25, at 2:36 of the first round in a scheduled ten rounder on Monday in Tokyo, Japan.
The lefty six-footer sent Kirima sprawling to the deck with a southpaw left hook on three occasions to have the referee automatically declare a knockout on the three-knockdown rule. It took thirteen years that a lanky youngster Yuba gained his first national belt in the lightweight division in 2000 and then seized the titles in the super-light, welter and middle categories, and finally the throne in the super-welter class. (more…)
Cleverly: I win because I bring the better all round package. I expect to stop Kovalev midway to late
For some time now, WBO light heavyweight king Nathan Cleverly has been putting himself on offer as the finest 175lb prizefighter on this planet. On Saturday evening, at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena in his native Wales the 26-year-old from Cefn Fforest finally gets his chance to convince others of the veracity of his claim when he makes a sixth defense of his belt against formidable Russian Sergey Kovalev (21-0-1, 19 KOs). When Cleverly spoke with boxing writer Glynn Evans, the champion was adamant that he was physically and psychologically primed to meet the challenge. (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Naoki Fukuda
Unbeaten Japanese lefty Shinsuke Yamanaka (19-0-2, 14 KOs), 118, impressively retained his WBC bantamweight belt as he very quickly finished Puerto Rican challenger Jose Nieves (22-3-2, 11 KOs), 117.5, with a single pulvertizing southpaw left to the button at 2:40 of the opening round on Monday in Tokyo, Japan. It was a contest of southpaws.
Yamanaka was a prohibitive favorite but we didn’t expect such a short affair since Nieves was said to be durable and skillful. But the champ’s aggression and a single left blasted out Nieves’ ambition to be newly crowned here, as he had predicted at the press conference. His dream lasted just 160 seconds.
Nieves, two years his senior at 32, kept circling from the outset to probe the champ’s fight plan. The first effective shot in the game was thrown by Nieves, who landed a good southpaw jab to the face of Yamanaka. The champ kept his cool and maintained the pressure to the challenger on the bicycle.
The taller Japanese, making his fourth defense, connected with sharp combinations to the retreating challenger. Yamanaka threw a very long and solid left that accurately caught Nieves and had him staggering to the ropes. Down he went. It was apparent that the Puerto Rican was so badly hurt to stand up and resume fighting positively. Referee Bruce McTavish, from the Philippines, coolly tolled the fatal ten against the loser who, however, protested against his stoppage. The crowd also claimed that they wished to see it longer, but the champ’s left, dubbed “God’s Left”, might have sent Nieves back to the canvas should he have been allowed to go on. (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Naoki Fukuda
Shorter but faster Japanese, Akira Yaegashi (18-3, 9 KOs), 112, kept his WBC flyweight belt with great ease as he floored hard-hitting Mexican Oscar Blanquet (32-6-1, 23 KOs), 112, in the eighth session en route to a unanimous decision over twelve rounds on Monday in Tokyo, Japan.
Don Griffin (US) and Noppharat Sricharoen (Thailand) both tallied 116-110, and Jun-Bae Lim (Korea) saw it 115-111, all in favor of the defending champ making his initial defense. The referee was Len Koivisto (Canada).
Blanquet, whose power punching was greatly vaunted prior to the game, failed to show his power, nor his heart, as he looked to be too slow to catch the fleet-footed and quick-handed champ. Yaegashi’s hit-and-run tactics prevailed to frustrate the taller Mexican all the way.
Yaegashi, two years his senior at 30, captured the WBC 112-pound belt from compatriot Toshiyuki Igarashi this April, following his previous WBA 105-pound throne that he forfeited in a unification bout with the then WBC ruler Kazuto Ioka in June of the last year. (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk from Moscow
WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (60-3, 51 KOs) was in a good mood even after he faced what must be a record-breaking number of 300 reporters who arrived at Moscow’s “Mary Jane Bar” for the initial press conference before his October 5 mega fight. “Dr Steelhammer” complimented his next rival, Olympic champion and undefeated Russian Alexander Povetkin (26-0, 18 KOs), even comparing Povetkin’s style to Mike Tyson (“I’d compare Alexander’s style with Mike Tyson. He advances in the same way”) and agreed to talk to Fightnews.com… (more…)
Just a couple stiches, but Doc says I'll be ready to go back to Sparring in a few weeks! pic.twitter.com/WgGJKpinUr
— Julio Cesar Chavez (@jcchavezjr1) August 13, 2013
Thompson Boxing Promotions has signed junior featherweight prospect Jorge “Tito” Ruiz (3-0, 1 KO). The 21-year-old Ruiz had a brief amateur career with 40 fights and won two national amateur boxing tournaments in the junior featherweight division. Ruiz, who at five-foot-nine, is trained and co-managed by Sergio Melendez, while his father, Jorge Ruiz, Sr. shares managing responsibilities with Melendez.
Golden Boy is planning back-to-back a “dream card” for Nov. 2 or Nov. 9 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. A possible headliner is Marcos Maidana vs. Adrien Broner.
A documentary on Ricky Hatton and his disappointing comeback last November is set to air in the UK this fall.
Story and photos by Ricardo Conde
Fast-rising junior middleweight prospect Hugo “The Boss” Centeno (19-0, 10 KOs) of Oxnard, California continues his preparation, at the KO Boxing & Fitness Gym, as he is scheduled to face fellow undefeated fighter Julian “J Rock” Williams (13-0-1, 7 KOs) of Philadelphia on Thursday, September 12th in a 10-round junior middleweight bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada as part of a televised triple-header on FOX Sports which is being presented by Golden Boy Promotions.
In the main event that night, Shawn “Showtime” Porter (21-0-1, 14 KOs) faces former 2-time lightweight champion Julio “The Kidd” Diaz (40-8-1, 29 KOs) in a rematch. Also that night, super middleweight Badou Jack (15-0, 10 KOs) takes on Marco Antonio Periban (20-1, 13 KOs). (more…)
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has sustained a cut on his eyelid in training that will apparently result in a postponement of his September 7 fight with Bryan Vera at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The fight will be pushed back at least three weeks. More to come…
By Johnny B’
Promoter BIG TIME FIGHTS LLC brought professional boxing to the Pepsi Pavillion’s McElroy Auditorium, Waterloo Iowa.
After several problems with weights and making matches, the show went on with four professional bouts.
In the main event Enver Halili, Bronx New York raised his record to 4-0 (1 KO) as he won a six round unanimous decision over Davenport Iowa’s Leonard Overstreet who’s record falls to (1-5, 1KO).
Eric Goodell a Iowa lightweight making his professional debut, won a four round majority decision over James Owens from Milwaukee Wisconsin. Owens is now (4-12 2 KOs). (more…)
By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos by Tom Casino/SHOWTIME
ShoBox: The New Generation returned to Fantasy Springs Resort and Casino this past Friday as 2008 U.S. Olympic Bronze medalist Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder (28-0, 28 KOs) of Tuscaloosa, Alabama took on former WBO heavyweight champion Sirahei “White Wolf” Liakhovich (25-5, 16 KOs) of Belarus in the scheduled ten round heavyweight main event. (more…)
Photos: Joel Colon / PR Best
Former two time world champion Giovani Segura showed his confidence today during an open training at the Felix Pagan Pintor Gym for his upcoming fight versus Jonathan “Bomba” Gonzalez, in the show “Noche de Campeones DIRECTV.” It will be held on this Saturday, August 17, at the International Ballroom of El San Juan Resort and Casino in Isla Verde, Carolina, Puerto Rico, in a PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP) presentation, in association with Top Rank to be broadcast on DIRECTV.
Segura (29-3-1, 25 KOs) also met with his former rival Ivan “Iron Boy” Calderon, who is the Gym Administrator. Segura and Calderon talked a lot of time about their careers and about their lives out of boxing.
“I’m very happy in Puerto Rico, where the people has been very good with me and my team and where I won my second title against a great champion, Ivan Calderon,” said Segura. “Also, I’m happy because I’m here at the Calderon’s, who is the most important foe I face in my career. That fight against Calderon was a big thing because I beat him, but I couldn’t do all of the things he did, he is a great champion and a gentleman.” (more…)
By James Slater
We know who Tyson Fury is sparring with ahead of his big fight with David Haye (Steve Cunninhgam, Michael Sprott and Dillian Whyte) and now unbeaten 6’8″ British hope Richard Towers has told Boxing News how he will spar Haye for six weeks.
Haye, obviously feeling he will gain from Towers’ size, has reportedly offered the giant good money and Towers jumped at the work.
Towers has recently seen a big fight with Lucas Browne fall through and has been inactive for well over a year. Still, BN reports how the Ingle-trained hope will return to the ring in October.
WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson (21-1, 18 KOs) will defend his belt against former IBF champion Tavoris Cloud (24-1, 19 KOs) on September 28 in Montreal. Contracts have been signed and fight was confirmed by promoter Yvon Michel. Former champion Jean Pascal could fight on the undercard. HBO will televise. There was talk of a split-site doubleheader on that date with WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward on the other end, but Ward’s fight is in limbo after HBO rejected former champ Dimitri Sartison as an opponent.
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Superstar Manny Pacquiao and former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios ‘face off’ with HBO host Max Kellerman during the taping of HBO’s “Face Off with Max Kellerman.”. Pacquiao vs Rios will battle at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau,China and will be televised live in the US, Saturday, Nov. 23, 9pm ET/6pm PT on HBO Pay-Per-View.
Report/photos by Przemek Garczarczyk from Moscow
Countless TV cameras, many doing live coverage of the event. Almost 300 accredited reporters – it was an unbelievable scene in Moscow’s “Mary Jane” restaurant. With 56 days to the fight, for just an initial press conference between two heavyweight champions and two Olympic champions – Wladimir Klitschko (60-3, 51 KO) from Ukraine and Alexander Povetkin (26-0, 18 KO) from Russia – everybody wanted to be part of the scene before what looks like will be a historic fight on October 5 at Olympic Area in Moscow. (more…)
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
USA Olympian Vanes Martirosyan (33-0-1) of Glendale, Ca. works out with Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach (R) at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, Ca. Martirosyan is preparing for his upcoming vacant WBO Super Middleweight championship battle against unbeaten Demetrius Andrade (19-0) of Providence, R.I. This HBO televised feature fight will take place Saturday,September 7 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Ca. The main event is Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs Bryan Vera.
Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Zanfer Promotions, Banner Promotions and Tecate, tickets to Chávez vs. Vera are now on sale. Tickets, priced at $250, $150, $100, $75 and $50 (plus applicable taxes and fees), can be purchased online at http://www.axs.com, by telephone at (888) 929-7849 or at the STAPLES Center box office, Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Former two-time Welterweight World Champion Andre Berto (Winter Haven, Fla.) will undergo surgery to repair a torn tendon in his right shoulder on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Berto suffered the painful and debilitating injury in the second round of his July 27th bout with Jesus Soto Karass at the At&T Center in San Antonio, and was forced to endure the majority of the fight with one arm. Wednesday’s surgery will repair the main supporting tendon of the rotator cuff in Berto’s right shoulder.
“I threw a punch in the second round and when Soto Karass blocked it, my right upper arm connected with his and it felt like fire shot through my arm,” Berto said. “I had no power at all in that right arm and couldn’t hold it up to defend myself. I kept trying to use it, but midway through the fight, I realized I couldn’t and just tried to work my left hand and throw jabs. I threw it instinctually in the heat of the battle later in the fight and yelled from the pain shooting through my arm. I could see that Soto Karass and the referee heard me, and the referee and doctor kept coming to the corner between rounds to check on the injury but there was no way I was going to quit.” (more…)
By Eric ‘Sugar Foot’ Duran
On August 17th Duran Hill and Sting Like A Bee Promotions return to PT’S Showclub in southwest Denver, to present “Rockin In The Rockies II”. Robert Rodriguez and Ronnie Reams will square off in the main event. Also the return of Chris Green and Maurice Louishome highlight the card.
In the main event, local former amateur standout Robert Rodriguez, 7-2-1, 3KOs, returns home to Colorado after fighting on the road for the last 2 years. Rodriguez, a highly decorated amateur from Greeley, CO, looks to rebound from a loss against Juan Sandoval and a KO loss to Mickey Bey. Bey failed a post-fight drug test where his testosterone levels were elevated to 30:1, the result of the fight was changed to a ‘no contest’. Rodriguez’ opponent will be Colorado Springs own Ronnie Reams. Reams, 2-2, 0KOs, has shown to be a slick southpaw in addition to being durable against tough opponents and should provide a stern test for Rodriguez. (more…)
IBF middleweight champion, Daniel “Real Deal” Geale (29-1, 15 KOs) arrived in New York City over the weekend to make final fight week preparations for his upcoming world title defense against the UK’s Darren “Dazzling” Barker (25-1, 16 KOs). The bout will take place at the Revel Casino-Hotel in Atlantic City on August 17 televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.
Geale and Barker will host a media workout today in New York City, then fight week activities shift to Atlantic City for the final press conference and official weigh-in.
By Przemek Garczarczyk
More than 250 reporters were on hand for the initial Klitschko-Povetkin press conference at Moscow’s Mary Jane Bar on Monday.
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