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WBCBoxing.tv will present a world championship boxing webcast, free of charge, on Saturday from Parque Andrés Quintana Roo in Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico as WBC lightweight world champion Humberto “Zorrita” Soto, 55-7-2 with 32 knockouts, of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, will make his fourth defense of the title against Motoki Sasaki, 36-8-1 with 23 knockouts, of Tokyo, Japan. The webcast starts at 11:30PM ET/8:30PM and is not available in Mexico. (more…)
Kell Brook 146.3 vs. Lovsemore N’dou 147.1
Richard Towers 239 vs. Ismail Abdoul 215
Wayne Reed 169.4 vs. Robin Reid 172
Paul David 182.6 vs. Billy Boyle 186
Chris Truman 132 vs. Lee Jennings 131
Ryan Aston TBA vs. Iain Jackson TBA
Venue: Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, England
Promoter: Matchroom Sport
ALEXANDER vs. MATTHYSSE
SUPER WELTERWEIGHT MAIN EVENT
Referee: Rafael Ramos, Tex.
Judge: Carlos Colon, P.R.
Judge: Brett Miller, Kan.
Judge: Denny Nelson, Minn.
CLOUD vs. MACK
IBF LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
IBF Supervisor: Anibal Miramontes
Referee: Sam Williams, Mich.
Judge: Jerry Griffin, Mo.
Judge: Fran Bechan, Iowa
Judge: Adalaide Byrd, Nev.
STIVERNE vs. AUSTIN
WBC SILVER HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
WBC Supervisor: Robert Lenhardt
Referee: Mike England, Mo.
Judge: Barbara Madison, Mo.
Judge: Oren Shellenberger, Tex.
Judge: Gale Van Hoy, Tex.
COYNE vs. McNEMAR
WBC-USNBC/WBA FEDELATIN CHAMPIONSHIP
IBF Supervisor: Robert Lenhardt
Referee: Steve Smoger, N.J.
Judge: Jerry Griffin, Mo.
Judge: Jackson Harper, Mo.
Judge: Robert Hecko, Ill.
BUNDRAGE vs. POWELL
IBF JUNIOR MIDDLWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
IBF Supervisor: Anibal Miramontes
Referee: Earnest Sharif, Penn.
Judge: Patricia Jarman, Nev.
Judge: Shafeeq Rashada, N.J.
Judge: Joe Pasquale, N.J.
MISSOURI OFFICE OF ATHLETICS
Administrator, Tim Lueckenhoff
Ringside Physicians: Drs. Reynal Caldwell & Wendell Becton
Timekeepers: Steve Holley & Jack Martorelli
Photos by David Martin Warr
Don King said he was going to bring luck to the Cardinals last night–the Cards had dropped the first two games of the series against the Phillies–and he did, as the Cards beat the Phils 12-2 last night at Busch Stadium. King and Devon Alexander also threw out Ceremonial “First Pitches” prior to the game with the help of Cardinals mascot Fredbird. Click here for more photos…
If David Medina had things his way, you wouldn’t see or hear from him until it was time to make his way into the ring.
“I’d skip all of it, if it was up to me” says the middleweight from Junction City, Kansas, now fighting out of Rocky Ford, Colorado. “The weigh-ins, the press conferences . . . all of it.” . . . Click here for more
Matt Brown is a helluva nice guy, but for some reason, people want to lie to him. Inexplicably, opponents promise standup wars for the ages with “The Immortal,” and we all buy in, including Brown, but then the night ends, not with a toe-to-toe slugfest, but with a submission win for the other guy. . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC.com
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By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Two time world champion Lovemore “”Black Panther” Ndou (48-12-2, 31 KOs) is confident he can derail English opponent WBO#1 Kell “Kid” Brook ( 23-0, 16 KOs) when they clash over twelve rounds with the WBA Intercontnental welterweight title up for grabs on a Barry Hearn promotion at the Hillsborough Leisure Centre in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England on Saturday. Brook has made statements that he will be the first boxer to stop the Australian based South African Ndou who has given Miguel Cotto , Sharmba Mitchell, Paul Malinaggi and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez their hardest bouts. The best win on Brook’s record is a five round stoppage of Michael Jennings in 2010 who also went five rounds with Miguel Cotto.
Ndou said, “I’m expecting a tough fight against Brook , but nothing new I haven’t seen before. This kid is talking about being the first one to knock me out but I call it day dreaming. How often do we hear our kids talking about they wanna be the first ones to fly higher in the sky like Superman or Spiderman? All the time I would say. The smart ones just say it and leave it there but the dumb ones attempt it and fall to their death. The same scenario applies here. If Brooks is so dumb he will attempt to knock me out and fall to his detriment. Simply as that. He also talks about he is happy he is fighting an opponent who will take him places he has never been before. That’s true because I intend to take him to ‘Lala Land.'”
By Francisco Salazar
Teachers in this day and age have to face a lot of adversities in their classroom. Unruly students, crowded classrooms, and outdated materials are just some of the challenges teachers deal with on a daily basis. One particular “teacher” may not have to deal with 40 students to a class or classroom projectors that do not function. Instead, he hands down discipline to those who are unruly and is attempting to perfect his craft in pursuit of national and international recognition. Junior welterweight Mauricio Herrera will take on Mike Dallas on Friday night in a 10 round bout featuring once-beaten fighters at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, CA.
The bout will precede the 10 round main event featuring lightweight contender John Molina taking on Robert Frankel. Both bouts will be televised on ESPN2’s “Friday Night Fights.” (more…)
By Francisco Salazar
News and notes about fight cards and fighter in and around Southern California …
Ventura’s Victor Ortiz has recently been in the news. Yes, we know that he is facing Floyd Mayweather on September 17th at a site to be determined. However, Ortiz traded in his trunks for some shorts and basketball shoes last week for a charity basketball game Lawrence (Kansas) Free State High School. According to the Kansas City Star and the Ventura County Star, Ortiz played with former Kansas University standouts Scot Pollard and Jeff Graves. Ortiz has been known to showcase his talents other boxing, for example he is known to surf locally at the beaches in Ventura and Oxnard. (more…)
Photos: Marco Perez/mpsportimages.com
Jesus Pabon 138.5 vs. Javier “El Zorro” Castro 139.5
(WBO Latin jr. welterweight title)
Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton 127.5 vs. Angel Gladney 127.5
Sullivan Barrera 171.25 vs. Frank Paines 173.5
Liosvy Mayedo 151.25 vs. Adam Shwartz 151.5
Hairon “El Maja” Socarras 121.75 vs. Anthony Fraguada 117.25
Yoandry Salinas 123.5 vs. Robert DaLuz ??
Felix Mercedes 139.75 vs. Miguel Angel Mungia 140.5
Umberto Savigne 166 vs. Frankie Santos 169.25
Venue: Miami-Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL
Promoter: All Star Boxing, Inc., “The New Generation” & Felix “Tuto” Zabala, Jr. in association with Pugilistic Promotions.
Matchmaker: Ruben De Jesus
TV: Telemundo Main Event Live @ 11:35 PM
Time: Doors Open @ 7:00 PM & First Fight 8:00 PM
Tickets now on sale: Miami- Dade County Auditorium 305-547-5414 ext. 226 & Ticketmaster: Reserved Seats $25.
By Jeff Zimmerman
For any prizefighter, the road to the top is long and arduous and sometimes requires a bit of luck. For a ring announcer with similar aspirations, the journey is much the same. Where a fighter can let his fists do the talking, a ring announcer literally does the talking and hopes that others feel a connection. While ring announcers such as Michael Buffer and Jimmy Lennon Jr are synonymous with HBO, SHOWTIME and pay-per-view events, others ring announcers like Sonny Franco are paying their dues and hoping their big break is not far away. Franco will be the announcer for this week’s ESPN2 Friday Night Fights from the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California. (more…)
Training Camp Quotes — 6/23/11 — Las Vegas, NV:
Zab Judah: “When I went in against Matthysse, me and my team knew that I was going to beat him. Golden Boy thought I was going to be a stepping stone, so they sacrificed one of their pawns. Now they’re going to come back and sacrifice one of their queens. It’s check mate baby, you know it is!”
“I plan to be his (Amir Kahn’s) worst nightmare. After this fight I plan on Team Kahn having a 62 hour watch on Amir Kahn. I plan on being the Freddie Cougar of his dreams. I plan on being Freddie Cougar to Freddie Roach. I’m pretty sure after this fight Freddie Roach would never put his golden boy and marquis fighter, which is Manny Pacquiao, against me in the ring.” (more…)
Photos: Christ Farina/Top Rank
Top-rated contender Urbano Antillon soaks in a tub of ice cubes to the amazement of his trainer Abel Sanchez, after his workout at The Summit in Big Bear, Ca. for his upcoming “Red-Hot” world lightweight title fight against undefeated WBA lightweight champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios on Saturday, July 9 at The Home Depot Center in Carson,Ca. Top Rank promotes this event which will be telecast live on SHOWTIME Championship Boxing. Click here for more photos…
By Francisco Salazar and Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Lightweight Ramon Valadez stopped Ramon Flores in the third round of a scheduled six round bout on Friday night at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles. Valadez (9-1, 5 KO’s) landed the cleaner punches over the wild-swinging Flores. In the second, Flores (3-13-2, 3 KO’s) landed a right hand to the head that stunned Valadez. However, he was able to recover before Flores would land another significant punch. Valadez came back in the third, dropping Flores with a counter right hand to the head. Flores stood up and fought back, but was dropped by another right hand to the head. Referee Jerry Cantu started to count, but waved the fight over at 2:59.
Lightweight Jamie Kavanagh (7-0, 3 KO’s) stopped John Willoughby in the third round of a scheduled four round bout. Kavanagh pressed the action, backing Willoughby up with hooks and crosses to the head and body. Willoughby (3-8, 2 KO’s) hung in there, but Kavanagh’s punches began to affect him, especially in the third round. A barrage of punches on a defenseless Willoughby prompted referee Jerry Cantu to step in and stop the bout at 2:21. (more…)
John Molina 137.8 vs. Robert Frankel 137.4
Mauricio Herrera 139.6 vs. Mike Dallas Jr 140
Ricardo Williams Jr 146.2 vs. Arman Ovsepyan 147.4
Javier Molina 147 vs. Hector Alatorre 147.6
Vahe Saruhan 130 vs. Oscar Santana 129.2
Matthew Villanueva 116.8 vs. Ernie Marquez 116.6
Venue: Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California
Promoter: Goossen Tutor
Note: The doors open locally at 4pm and first bout is at 5pm. The first televised fight begins at 6pm when ESPN goes live.
By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Stacey Verbeek/Maple Ave Boxing Gym
James Kirkland 160 vs. Dennis Sharpe 157
Brian Vera 163 vs. Eloy Suarez 161.5
Maurice Hooker 140.5 vs. Wilbert Mitchell 140.5
Jose Rodriguez 128.7 vs. Martin Camarillo 129
Brian Vera 163 vs. Eloy Suarez 161.5
James Freeman 160 1/4 vs. Joshua Burns 159
Manuel Rojas 129.7 vs. Alex Lopez 129.7
Venue: Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, Texas
Promoter: Golden Boy
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Juan Dominguez 117.5 vs. Arturo Santiago 117
Eileen Olszewski 110.5 vs. Melissa McMorrow 111
(New York State Flyweight Title)
Martin Wright 148.25 vs. Carlos Cisneros 148
Tommy Rainone 149 vs. Norman Allen 145.5
Scott Burrell 138 vs. Bryan Abraham 138
Jonathan Cuba 134 vs. Ariel Duran 135
(New York State Lightweight Title)
Edward Waldez 133.5 vs. George Santiago 137
Mike Broos 138.5 vs. Mateo Acosta 137
Venue: Cordon Bleu, Woodhaven, NY
Promoters: New Legend Boxing/Old World Boxing
1st Bell: 7:30 pm EST.
From the Holiday Inn Airport in El Paso for tomorrow night’s “Superfights III” card promoted by Zeferino Entertainment and Nino Bravo Productions:
David Rodriguez 250.25 vs. Owen Beck 232
David Medina 166 vs. Juan Astorga 168
Carlos Villa 141 vs. Lorenzo Estrada 144.75
Joel Garcia 109.5 vs. Yon Harvison 109.5
Eric Reza 231 vs. Eric McElroy 202.75
By Gabriel F. Cordero
WBC lightweight champion Humberto “Zorrita” Soto and Motoki Sasaki worked out in advance of their world title clash on Saturday at “Kamikazes in Cozumel,” which takes place this Saturday in the “Quintana Roo” Park on this beautiful island resort. More photos
By Enrico “Erik” Crociati
Photo: BBT Team
The Italian boxing organization Buccioni Boxing Team headed by Davide Buccioni in synergy with Armando De Clemente Promotions Sport will try and revive the Italian boxing scene staging an explosive Euro title clash at welterweight limit on Saturday night in the suggestive and historical location, the Central Tennis Stadium at the Foro Italico in Rome, Italy. Local hero and IBF I/C champ Daniele Petrucci (28-0-1, 10 KOs) and the WBA Intercontinental titlist Leonard Bundu (24-0-1, 7 KOs) are the co-challengers for the vacant crown. (more…)
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