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Promoter Dan Goossen passes

Promoter Dan Goossen passes

Statement from the Goossen Family: "It is with overwhelming regret that we announce the passing of Dan Goossen, 64, from complications ...

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Edwards Scores Win In Motown

Edwards Scores Win In Motown

Report/photos by Bob Ryder Ex Minnesota Vikings NFL player Ray Edwards continued his foray into the professional boxing ranks with a unanimous decision win ...

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Abraham defeats Smith; Macklin wins tune-up

Abraham defeats Smith; Macklin wins tune-up

Photo: Sebastian Heger WBO super middleweight champion Arthur Abraham (41-4, 28 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Paul Smith (35-4, 20 ...

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Alvarez defeats Chavez in battle of brothers

Alvarez defeats Chavez in battle of brothers

Photos: Zanfer Promotions Fans have talked about a showdown between Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Saul "Canelo" Alvarez for years. On Saturday we ...

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Cano, Prieto battle to a draw

Cano, Prieto battle to a draw

Report/photos Boxing Bob Newman On May 17, 2014, Mexican lightweights Ivan Cano and Javier Prieto battled to a twelve round draw for Prieto's ...

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UFC

Lauzon TKO’d by injury!

UFC lightweight prospect Joe “J-Lau” Lauzon (18-4, 5 KOs, 13 submissions) will undergo knee surgery this Friday, sidelining the 24-year-old Brazilian Jui-Jitsu specialist until next year, at Sullivan Orthopedic Care . . . Click here for more



March 4th, 2009



Announcement

‘Hometown Heroes’ hold open workout!

Bowman and Nemo ready for battle!

Displaying their full array of world class talents at the Lincolnway Sports Center in York, both fighters were anxious to break camp as they prepared for the upcoming invasion from their Columbian counter parts . . . Click here for more



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Tapia released from jail

Former champ faces one-year sentence but is planning comeback: Five-time world champion Johnny Tapia has been released from jail pending a court decision on Monday. Yesterday, Tapia was in court but was able to avoid a possible one-year jail sentence under the habitual offender law, at least until Monday. Last month, Tapia violated probation for a cocaine arrest last year after nearly dying from an overdose. Tapia’s legal team is asking for Judge Kenneth Martinez to send Tapia to a drug treatment center in southern New Mexico. In the meantime, Tapia says he is coming out of retirement and, today, signed a contract for two more fights. – Chris Cozzone



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Floyd Sr: We’ll whup his a–!

"This ain't no dehydrated Oscar de la Hoya"

During a national conference call held today for members of the media, Ricky Hatton’s trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. all but ensured a Hatton victory over his next opponent Manny Pacquiao when the two meet in a world junior welterweight championship on Saturday, May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and live on HBO Pay-Per-View. Here is what Mayweather, who is currently training Hatton in Manchester, England, had to say… (more…)



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Hatton: Manny will get a shock!

IBO light welterweight titleholder Ricky Hatton spoke to reporters today about his May 2 clash with Manny Pacquiao. “I strongly believe I will be as fast as Manny,” said the Hitman. “If I’m not as fast as Manny, I’ll only the narrowest of margins behind me. He’s going to get a shock.” Hatton wasn’t particularly impressed with Pacquiao’s KO win over Oscar De La Hoya. “I can’t think it was too hard to outbox Oscar that night and too hard to beat him…I would like to think I would have done the same.”



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Campbell: I’ll ruin Alexander!

By Flattop

Former unified lightweight champion Nate Campbell had this to say in response to the challenge presented by Devon Alexander: “Hey Flattop, this is one of the things that’s wrong with boxing today. This kid Alexander is getting bad advice from people that are supposed to be looking out for him, just so they can put a few dollars on their pockets. I have nothing against Devon, and no personal desire to wreck him. He’s a nice kid, who if given the chance to develop might turn into a pretty good little fighter. Myself, I’m looking for a more meaninful fight, but if this is what HBO wants, and there’s nothing more meaningful that I can get, then so be it. I’ll wreck this kid if thats how it has to be. I’d prefer a fight with a more established fighter such as Marquez, or one of the other top guys at 140, but if I can’t get those fights, then I’ll go ahead and ruin this kid if that’s what the powers that be want to see. The only stumbling block for me would be my ongoing issues with my legal split from King, and how the promotion would be handled, but I’m sure those issues can be overcome with neutral officials or something, depending on the site. But if they really want this kid ruined, then we can damn sure do it.”



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Alexander targets Campbell!

Undefeated 22-year-old WBC #1-ranked super lightweight Devon Alexander “The Great” (17-0, 10 KOs) has made the brash move of actively pursuing a match against former unified lightweight world champion Nate “Galaxxy Warrior” Campbell (33-5-1, 25 KOs). “I will fight anyone that Don King or the television networks want me to fight,” Alexander, a St. Louis native, said from his South Florida training camp.  “I want to prove that I am one of the best fighters in the world, and what better way to do that than to take on a guy who was the king of the lightweights before making the recent decision to move up to junior welterweight?”



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Q&A: Tim Lueckenhoff

timBy Lee Bates

In boxing, the fighters deservingly garner the majority of the headlines. However, the safety and well being of the fighter is a vital concern, and fortunately there are those who are looking out for the best interest of the fighter. Such is the case with the Association of Boxing Commissions, which is very instrumental in the improvement of the sport of boxing. Fightnews caught up with Tim Lueckenhoff, President of the ABC, who spoke on the primary function of the ABC, his daily responsibilities as president, and the possibility of a U.S. national boxing commission to oversee boxing in the U.S. (more…)



March 4th, 2009

Announcement

Goodwin death not homicide!

Photo: Bob Ryder

Photo: Bob Ryder

By Bob Ryder

Former middleweight contender Mickey Goodwin apparently died of a stroke according to local authorities. The Detroit Free Press initially reported that Goodwin was found bludgeoned to death in his suburban Detroit home late yesterday afternoon. However, now it looks like Goodwin had a stroke and fell down the stairs and no foul play is suspected. Goodwin (50) was one of the first stars of Detroit’s famed Kronk Gym turning pro along with Thomas Hearns under the guidance of trainer Emanuel Steward in 1977.  Goodwin was a very popular performer and complied a record of 40-2-1 with 28 knockouts. In line for a title shot against Marvelous Marvin Hagler in 1982, an injury forced him out and teammate William “Caveman” Lee took his place only to be quickly knocked out by Hagler in the first round. Goodwin never received a title fight opportunity. Recently, Goodwin was a fixture at local amateur shows, training and seconding amateur boxers.



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Roach in Afolabi corner!

Cruiserweight contender Ola “Kryptonite” Afolabi has reunited with elite trainer Freddie Roach for his March 14 showdown against Enzo Maccarinelli for the Interim WBO Cruiserweight Championship at the M.E.N. Arena, in Manchester, England. Afolabi (13-1-3, 5 KOs), who is already in the UK training hard and getting accustomed to the time and climate differences from his home in California, says the addition of Roach has given him a boost. “It makes me even more confident. Who else would you rather have in your corner than Freddie Roach? The knowledge and experience he brings; you can’t beat it.” Afolabi says he feels fortunate that Roach was already in the UK working with former Olympian Amir Kahn for his big fight on the same event. “We worked together before and what I know is that having Freddie in your corner is a lot better than having some trainer shouting ‘use your jab,’ especially if things don’t go my way at some point. I know that Freddie will have a plan for me. He knows fighters and comes up with actual strategies in the corner. All I have to do is listen to him.”



March 4th, 2009

UFC

Munoz debuts at UFC 96

UFC 96 is live on PPV Mar. 7!

Story by Brady Crytzer

They call him “The Philippine Wrecking Machine”… at least since he began his career as a professional mixed martial artist. Mark Munoz, a former NCAA All American and national champion, prepares to make his UFC debut on Saturday, March 7th at UFC 96: Jackson vs. Jardine. Although he has made serious waves in the world of amateur wrestling, Munoz’s thirst for competition has brought him back to the sport that he loves.  . . . Click here for more

Former UFC® Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was at his devastating best last December as he settled his score with Wanderlei Silva via a chilling first round knockout. On Saturday, March 7, Jackson will look to move one step closer to regaining his title when he takes on the man who beat both Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin, Keith “The Dean of Mean” Jardine. For the third year in a row, the Ultimate Fighting Championship® is heading back to Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96: JACKSON vs. JARDINE, live from the Nationwide Arena on Saturday, March 7, 2009. Click here to visit the official UFC 96 website!



March 4th, 2009

Feature Story

Guerrero ready to return!

By Felipe Leon

Photo: Team Guerrero

Photo: Team Guerrero

Despite the bleakness of 2008, from the unexpected illness of his wife to his sitting out most of the year because of legal issues with his former promoter, elite super featherweight Robert “Ghost” Guerrero (23-1-1, 16KO) of Gilroy, CA, sees a much different 2009. “I see a very bright year. It has been a big weight off my shoulders knowing that my wife’s health is better. Now I can focus one hundred percent on boxing, I got a new contract with Golden Boy Promotions so I am looking to having a great 2009.” His next step towards the brightness comes this Saturday night as he takes on undefeated Indonesian Daud Cino Yordan (23-0, 17KO) at HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA and showcased on HBO’s Boxing After Dark along Victor Ortiz and James Kirkland. (more…)



March 4th, 2009

Boxing News

Champ goes to school!

Bradley speaks to mid-school kids

Last week WBC light welterweight Champion, Timothy Bradley paid a visit to children at Nellie N. Coffman Middle School in Cathedral City, California. Bradley is from nearby Palm Springs . . .  Click here for more



March 3rd, 2009

Announcement

‘Hometown Heroes’ returns to Cincy!

Tickets now on sale!

TMAX Events and TKO BOXING Promotions bring “HOMETOWN HEROES TO WORLD CHAMPIONS” back to Cincinnati with “3 THE HARD WAY”, an outstanding evening of world class boxing on Saturday, March 21st at the U.S. Bank Arena . . . Click here for more



March 3rd, 2009

UFC

UFC 96: Big bout breakdown

UFC 96 is live on PPV Mar. 7!

Suffice to say, fans looking for an intriguing standup war between two men with legitimate one-punch knockout power are in for an absolute treat. Both Jackson and Jardine are throwback fighters who prefer to stand and trade blows, rather than look for takedowns. But that is where the similarities .  . . . Click here for more by Michael DiSanto, UFC

Former UFC® Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was at his devastating best last December as he settled his score with Wanderlei Silva via a chilling first round knockout. On Saturday, March 7, Jackson will look to move one step closer to regaining his title when he takes on the man who beat both Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin, Keith “The Dean of Mean” Jardine. For the third year in a row, the Ultimate Fighting Championship® is heading back to Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96: JACKSON vs. JARDINE, live from the Nationwide Arena on Saturday, March 7, 2009. Click here to visit the official UFC 96 website!



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Warriors invades Puerto Rico!

Seminole Warriors Boxing, joined with Universal Promotions, kicked off a new series of shows in Puerto Rico in a big way on Saturday night, as highly-touted prospects Kenny Galarza and Jonathan Gonzalez scored electrifying knockout victories that had the over 4,000 fans at the Auditorio Juan “Pachín” Vicens in Ponce on their feet and cheering for more. “It was a great night for Universal Promotions and Seminole Warriors Boxing, for our fighters, and for Puerto Rico,” said Leon Margules, Executive Director of Seminole Warriors Boxing. “The fans came out in force to support this show, and Kenny and Jonathan delivered the goods in a big way.” (more…)



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Full Report: Johnson-Judah!

By Jason Kotar at ringside / Photos: Javiel Centeno

Former light heavyweight champion Glen “Road Warrior” Johnson thoroughly dominated former foe Daniel Judah over ten hard fought rounds to win a convincing unanimous decision at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood , FL. The ESPN2 Friday Night Fights event was promoted by Seminole Warriors Boxing and was a rematch of a disputed draw between both fighters in April 2003. Johnson (49-12-2, 33 KOs) on this night, made sure there would be no such disappointment as he landed at will against a listless Judah (23-4-3, 10 KOs ). ***CLICK HERE FOR THE ENTIRE PHOTOGALLERY***



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Pacquiao-Hatton UK Wrap-Up!

Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank


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During a blistering two-day U.K. media tour, superstars Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and Ricky “Hitman” Hatton set the tone for their world junior welterweight “The Battle of East and West” championship set for Saturday, May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and broadcast live on HBO Pay-Per-View. The fighters started in Hatton’s hometown of Manchester and finished yesterday in London. They were joined by their respective trainers Freddie Roach and Floyd Mayweather, Sr, as well as US-based promoters Top Rank Chairman Bob Arum and Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer. (more…)



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

McCullough opponent named!

Former WBC bantamweight champion and 1992 Olympic silver medalist Wayne “Pocket Rocket” McCullough, wants one more world title shot at that’s why he’s fighting St. Patrick’s Day Eve (Monday, March 16) “Erin Go Brawl II” card, presented by Irish Ropes Promotions, at WaMu Theater in the famed Madison Square Garden. McCullough (27-7, 18 KOs), fighting out of Las Vegas by way of Belfast, takes on Mexican super bantamweight Alex “El Diablo” Becerra (19-7, 9 KOs), in the 10 round co-feature. 2004 Irish Olympian Andy Lee (16-1, 13 KOs), 14 years younger than his 38-year-old hero, McCullough, headlines in the 10-round main event against 3-time world title challenger Antwun “Kid Dynamite” Echols (31-9-4, 27 KOs).



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

PR Best inks Olympian Negron!

Left to right: Rocky Martinez, Jose Lopez, Juan Manuel Lopez, Ivan Calderon and Carlos Negron. Photo: Jose Perez.

Left to right: Rocky Martinez, Jose Lopez, Juan Manuel Lopez, Ivan Calderon and Carlos Negron. Photo: Jose Perez.

By Lee Bates

PR Best Boxing Promotions led by Ivan and Peter Rivera have a busy early schedule as they begin 2009 with a splash in the international market. Already with two world champions in their stable Juan Manuel Lopez and Ivan Calderon, they hope to add two more champions by the end of March. Both Lopez and Calderon are set to defend their world championship early in the year, while Roman “Rocky” Martinez and Jose “Carita” Lopez will challenge for world titles on March 14 and 28 respectably. Ivan Rivera also announced today that they have sign Puerto Rican 2008 Olympian Carlos Negron to a promotional contract. (more…)



March 3rd, 2009

UFC

UFC 98 tickets on sale Saturday!

Lesnar rematches Mir for UFC heavy title!

Lesnar and Mir Face Off For The Undisputed UFC® Heavyweight Championship! Brock Lesnar and Frank Mir will go head-to-head once again in the Octagon to determine who truly is the king of the heavyweight division! Click here for more



March 3rd, 2009

Announcement

Pacquiao backing Khan!

Phenom vs. living legend live on PPV on March 14!

Manny Pacquiao is backing stablemate Amir Khan to beat Marco Antonio Barrera. The Filipino phenomenon, in England to promote his May 2 showdown with Ricky Hatton, has been sparring with Khan at Freddie Roach’s Wildcard Gym in Hollywood . . . Click here for more from Sky Sports

Integrated Sports will distribute a world-class pay-per-view card, headlined by Amir Khan versus “The Baby Faced Assassin” Marco Antonio Barrera, Saturday, March 14 live from The M.E.N. Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom . . . Click here for more



March 3rd, 2009

UFC

UFC invades Germany!

Franklin takes on Silva at UFC 99!

The Ultimate Fighting Championship® organization announced today that, this summer, it will bring the world’s fastest growing sport to Germany for the first time.

At a packed press conference in Cologne, UFC® President Dana White, UFC Chairman Lorenzo Fertitta and MLK CEO Marek Lieberberg confirmed UFC 99: THE COMEBACK will take place at the LANXESS Arena, Cologne, on Saturday, June 13 . . . Click here for more



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Sidorenko-Moreno rematch?

By Alexey Sukachev

According to various sources in both Ukrainian and Panamanian press, reigning WBA bantamweight champion Anselmo ‘Chemito’ Moreno (24-1-1, 8 KOs) of Panama will travel to Germany for the second time in his life to defend his title against its former owner Wladimir Sidorenko (21-1-2, 7 KOs) of Ukraine. The fight is scheduled to take place on May 2 in Bremen. Moreno acquired his belt with an upset unanimous decision over local favorite Sidorenko last May, also in Germany. He has retained his title twice since then, outpointing Filipino Rolly Lunas and Mexican Cecilio Santos. According to Moreno’s representative Robero Grimaldo, the champion has already started his preparation for the upcoming challenge in the gym. He will come to Germany not later than April 26th, confirmed Grimaldo.



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Salita returns April 2!

Unbeaten WBA #1 rated jr welterweight Dmitriy Salita (29-0-1, 16 KOs) will return to the ring on April 2 against an opponent to be named at the Aviator Complex in Brooklyn. “I am thrilled to get back in the ring,” he said, “and excited about getting a title shot soon, as I became WBA #1 rated jr. welterwight in the world and a mandatory challenger for the world championship. I am focused on my next assignment on April 2nd. I have already begun my preparations at the training camp in the Poconos. I am in great shape and am working extremely hard to put on a great show on April 2.” Tickets are $50-$150. Call 718-730-4111.



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Adamek: I can be heavyweight champ!

“I changed my tactic and began to land body punches that changed the fight,” said IBF cruiserweight champion Tomasz Adamek after his exciting knockout win over Johnathon Banks on Friday night in Newark, NJ. “ I have a lot of respect for the right hand of Johnathon Banks but my trainer (Andrzej Gmitruk) told me to be patient, not to rush in and my time will come.” Adamek, who moved to cruiserweight after a world title reign in the light heavyweight division, announced after the fight that he may not stay in the 200lb ranks for long. In his live, post-fight interview with ShoBox analyst Steve Farhood, Adamek announced, “Everything is possible in the United States. I believe I can be heavyweight world champion.” Click here to see out Adamek-Banks photo gallery.



March 3rd, 2009

UFC

Don’t sell Sell short!

UFC 96 is live on PPV Mar. 7!

Story by Robert Kravantka

Pete “Drago” Sell looks for his second win since moving down to the welterweight division, this Saturday night when he steps into the Octagon against Matt “The Immortal” Brown. Both fighters have a similar fighting style that is sure to deliver an action packed event when the two collide in Columbus, Ohio at UFC 96 .  . . . Click here for more

Former UFC® Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was at his devastating best last December as he settled his score with Wanderlei Silva via a chilling first round knockout. On Saturday, March 7, Jackson will look to move one step closer to regaining his title when he takes on the man who beat both Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin, Keith “The Dean of Mean” Jardine. For the third year in a row, the Ultimate Fighting Championship® is heading back to Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96: JACKSON vs. JARDINE, live from the Nationwide Arena on Saturday, March 7, 2009. Click here to visit the official UFC 96 website!



March 3rd, 2009

Photo Gallery

Light heavy night in Dresden!

Four important 175lb clashes Saturday

Photos: Eroll Popova

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“Universum Champions Night” returns to the Freiberger Arena in Dresden with five high quality title fights. Fighters appearing on the card took part in a press conference at the “Augustiner an der Frauenkirche.” In the main event, light heavyweight contender Jürgen Brähmer (31-2, 25 KOs) rebounds from his first world title shot against Rachid Kanfouah (29-6, 23 KOs) for the vacant European title. In all, the card will feature four notable light heavyweight bouts, a women’s world title rematch, plus the popular Bedak Brothers. (more…)



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

St. Paddy’s card in Dorchester!

Promoters Mark Porter and Packy Collins of Celtic Pride Promotions, in association with Mark Vaz Boxing, will present it’s second annual “St Patrick’s Day Boxing Show” at the Dorchester Armory on Saturday, March 14th. The main event will feature Dublin’s Patrick Hyland putting up his undefeated record against Nicaragua’s Carlos Guevara (12-8-1, 9 KOs) in a ten-round bout for the vacant jr lightweight title. Guevara lost a close decision to Orlando Cruz for the IBA title in Puerto Rico last year. (more…)



March 3rd, 2009

Boxing News

Cunningham-Braithwaite Update!

A purse bid for an IBF cruiserweight eliminator between Steve Cunningham and Wayne Braithwaite scheduled for tommorrow has been canceled. Don King Productions will promote this fight on April 19. A site is yet to be announced.



March 2nd, 2009

Boxing News

Bute-Zuniga first look!

Coming off one of the most controversial victories in years, undefeated Lucian Bute will return to SHOWTIME® to risk his IBF super middleweight crown against hard-hitting Fulgencio Zuniga on a special World Championship edition of ShoBox: The New Generation on Friday, March 13 (11 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the west coast) at the Bell Centre in Montreal. (more…)



March 2nd, 2009

Boxing News

New foe for Mike Jones!

Hard-hitting Dairo Esalas, a Colombian welterweight living in Miami, FL, replaces the injured Larry Mosley against unbeaten prospect Mike Jones in the scheduled 10-round main event Friday evening, March 6, at the Legendary Blue Horizon, 1314 North Broad Street. Mosley, 29, injured his back sparring Saturday in Los Angeles and will need several weeks to recover. Esalas, 35, who had been training in Miami, jumped at the chance when contacted Sunday evening. (more…)



March 2nd, 2009

Announcement

Ballroom Boxing & TKO team up!

Big show lined up for April 2!

Scott Wagner’s Ballroom Boxing and Chet Koerner’s TKO BOXING Promotions, have teamed up for 2009 to present six world class professional boxing events this year at Baltimore’s Michael’s Eighth Avenue as part of the nationally known “HOMETOWN HEROES TO WORLD CHAMPIONS” series . . . Click here for more



March 2nd, 2009

UFC

Preview: Jackson vs. Jardine

UFC 96 is live on PPV Mar. 7!

Preview by Brady Crytzer

The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, March 7th where it presents UFC 96: Jackson vs. Jardine.In the main event of UFC 96, former light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson looks to get back into the title picture when he takes on the tough perennial contender Keith Jardine. With serious title implications, UFC 96 matches up a pair of 205 pound dynamos responsible for some of the most exciting fights in recent UFC history. Let’s see how they match up .  . . . Click here for more

Former UFC® Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was at his devastating best last December as he settled his score with Wanderlei Silva via a chilling first round knockout. On Saturday, March 7, Jackson will look to move one step closer to regaining his title when he takes on the man who beat both Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin, Keith “The Dean of Mean” Jardine. For the third year in a row, the Ultimate Fighting Championship® is heading back to Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96: JACKSON vs. JARDINE, live from the Nationwide Arena on Saturday, March 7, 2009. Click here to visit the official UFC 96 website!



March 2nd, 2009

Announcement

Workouts open to the public!

The fighting pride of York, Pennsylvania, Carney Bowman, will host a public/media workout tomorrow, Tuesday, March 3rd at 5pm in advance of his headlining return to the Valencia Ballroom this Saturday night at the “BATTLE OF YORK 3″.
The open workout will take place at Bowman’s home gym, the Lincolnway Sportcenter, located at 2601 W. Market St. in York . . . Click here for more



March 2nd, 2009




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