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Marvin Sonsona 121.4 vs. Wilfredo Vázquez Jr 122
(WBO super bantamweight title)
José Ángel Beranza 121.4 vs. Jonathan Oquendo 122
Roy Ashworth 185 vs. Carlos Negrón 186
Eliecer Sánchez 114.2 vs. Mcwilliams Arroyo 113
Giovanni Rivera 118.2 vs. Mcjoe Arroyo 118
Efigenio Pérez 145.8 vs. Luis González 140.4
Marcos Adorno 155.2 vs. Giovanni Rodríguez 154.8
Osenohad Vázquez 141 vs. Jorge Pérez Adorno 140.2
Promoter: PR Best Boxing Promotions
Venue: Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Pay-Per-View Information: Integrated Sports is distributing “The Double Assault” in the United States and Canada for live viewing at 9 PM/ET – 6 PM/PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DIRECTV, TVN, DISH Network, Viewer’s Choice and Shaw PPV for a suggested retail price of $34.95.
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By Alexey Sukachev
Gennady Martirosyan 159 vs. Aziz Daaru 158.5
(WBO Europe middleweight)
Alexander Kotlobay 194 vs. Mauro Adrian Ordiales 194.5
(vacant IBF international/PABA interim cruiserweight title)
Venue: Atmosphere Night Club
Promoter: Jab Promotions
SHOWTIME’s Super Six super middleweight tournament clash between King Arthur Abraham (31-0, 25 KOs) and Andre Dirrell (18-1, 13 KOs) has landed in Detroit. The bout, originally slated for March 6 in Rancho Mirage, California, will instead take place March 27 at the Joe Louis Arena. Dirrell will definitely have the home advantage as he hails from nearby Flint, Michigan. The Armenia-born German Abraham, would have been the likely fan favorite in Southern California with the support of the large Armenian population there.
Luis Cruz 125.7 vs. Leon Bobo 126
WBC USNBC featherweight title
Juan González 142 vs. Elvis Martinez 145
Wilfredo Bones 127 vs. Carlos Zapata 130.2
Juan Herrera 118.2 vs. Iván Cordero 120
Irvin Hernández 131 vs. Jayson Rosa 132.2
Luis Braña 120.7 vs. Hiram Agosto 123
Antonio Salgado 121 vs. Pedro Salcedo 121
Emill González 154 vs. Eduardo Adorno 155
Promoter: Promociones Miguel Cotto,Inc & H2 Entertainment
Venue: Coliseo Roger L. Mendoza, Caguas, Puerto Rico
By Alexey Sukachev
Tall youngster Prince Arron (17-3-1, 1 KO) is a sensational winner of Barry Hearn’s and Sky Sports’ light middleweight Prizefighter tournament, which took place Friday night at York Hall, London. In the final Arron took some hard southpaw bombs from previously undefeated Brett Flournoy (11-1, 4 KOs) and was on the brink of defeat with just three minutes remaining. He rallied hard though and scored a decisive knockdown in the midst of the third on an accumulation of hard right hands, which sent his foe down on one knee. Flournoy got up and fought as hard as he could to cruise through Arron’s backfire. It wasn’t enough. Judges scorecards read as follows: 29-28, 29-28 and 28-27 – Arron. Fightnews saw it differently – 29-28 – for Flournoy who paid a huge price for his single mistake in the tournament. (more…)
By Rick Scharmberg
Michael Stewart 147 vs Brandon Baue 146.5
Bernard Miller 162.5 vs John Colvin 158.5
Mondre Pope 143 vs Julias Edmonds 142
Dan Biddle 195 vs Eddie Otts 193
Ronica Jeffrey 123 vs Angel Gladney 122.5
Anthony Smith 176 vs Jason Johns 172
Mike Denby 142.5 vs David Hopkins 143
Mike Tiberi 163.5 vs Michael Rayner 164
Venue: Dover Downs Hotel & Casino
Promoter: Dover Downs Hotel & Casino
Tickets: Sold out
With most of the questions pertaining to drug testing, retirement, Floyd Mayweather and politics, you wouldn’t have guessed that on March 13 in Dallas, Manny Paquiao will be stepping into the ring with Joshua Clottey. “You cannot underestimate Clottey,” said Pacquiao. “He is older, and bigger than me, and a former world champ.”
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Trainer Freddy Roach on Clottey: “We’re not gonna be there when he’s counterpunching us. When he throws, we’re not gonna be there. He’s a big, strong guy but size doesn’t win fights – skill does. Joshua Clottey will not be a problem. Manny will overwhelm him with speed and combinations. He will be the first person to stop Clottey.”
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Pacquiao on Mayweather: “What I believe is that Floyd Mayweather is not ready for this fight, to face me. That’s why he makes up some reason to cancel the fight. I feel bad and disappointment, but this is boxing.” Stay tuned for a full report this weekend.
A national heavyweight championship, a noted junior welterweight veteran, an undefeated cruiserweight and an undefeated young lightweight will highlight the domestically non-televised undercard matches supporting the March 6 world championship unification main event at Mohegan Sun pitting undefeated World Boxing Council super lightweight champion Devon Alexander “The Great” against International Boxing Federation junior welterweight champion Juan “Iron Twin” Urango. WBC USNBC heavyweight champion Derric Rossy (22-2, 12 KOs) will defend his title in a rematch with upset-minded Zack Page (20-27-2, 7 KOs), respected junior welterweight veteran Steve Forbes (34-7, 10 KOs) will take on Harrison Cuello (18-12-3, 14 KOs), undefeated cruiserweight Ryan “The Irish Outlaw” Coyne (13-0, 4 KOs) will square off against Paul Jennette (11-2, 8 KOs) and lightweight prospect Angelo “La Cobra” Santana (7-0, 4 KOs) will face Francisco Palacios (4-10-5, 1 KO). Tickets priced at $175, $95, $50 and $35 are on sale now at the Mohegan Sun Box Office and through Ticketmaster.
Manny Pacquiao will make an encore appearance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday (March 3 at 12:05 a.m. ET/PT). Pacquiao made his U.S. network television debut on the show last November earning rave reviews for his good humor and singing performance. Audience Tickets to Manny’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live can be reserved by clicking this link.
WBA featherweight champion Yuriorkas Gamboa’s opponent on March 27 in Hamburg will be unbeaten Jonathan Victor Barros (28-0-1, 16 KOs). Barros, who is rated WBA #7, will be fighting for the first time outside South America.
Lipelco Management has signed Manuel Quezada. He was the #4 WBC heavyweight August 2009 and is currently ranked #8 by the WBC. Quezada hasn’t lost in 4 1/2 years and has won 18 straight including a stunning first round knockout of Travis Walker.
IBF light heavyweight champipon Tavoris Cloud (20-0, 18 KOs) is set to defend against former champion Glen Johnson (50-13, 34 KOs) on April 10 at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida. Also featured will be WBC welterweight champion Andre Berto (25-0, 19 KOs) against former champ Carlos Quintana (27-2, 21 KOs). More details will be announced next week.
By Felipe Leon
With a packed house of over 1200 screaming boxing fans, Bobby D Presents in association with Jorge Marron Productions welcomed their 2010 boxing season last night with a five bout fight card billed as “Philippines vs. Mexico” at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Kearny Mesa, a suburb of San Diego, CA. In the main event, Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta (17-0-1, 7 KOs) photocopied his performance of two years ago as he defeated Cristian Favela (17-25-6, 10 KOs) again by unanimous decision with scores of 80-72 three times in an eight round lightweight bout to keep his undefeated record intact. For more details and photos click here…
“Marvelous” Marvin Sonsona (14-0-1, 12 KOs), who takes on Wilfredo Vasquez, Jr. (17-0-1, 14 KOs) on this weekend’s PPV-televised “Double Assault” card, is picking fellow General Santos City, Philippines fighter Manny Pacquiao to beat Joshua Clottey March 13 in Dallas, Texas.
“Manny will win this fight – he is very good at what he does,” says Sonsona, who hopes to follow in Pacquiao’s footsteps. “Nobody will ever be like Manny.”
A press conference for TKO Boxing Championship Fight Night was held Thursday afternoon at the Fort Gordon Military Base in Augusta, Georgia.
In front of a huge crowd of media and fans, headliners Rayonta “The Stingray” Whitfield and Sergio “The San Diego Sensation” Espinoza declared themselves fully prepared for war Saturday night, February 27th at the Bell Auditorium . . . Click here for more
Story by Chris Cozzone
Joshua Clottey is not bragging about scoring a touchdown when he faces Manny Pacquiao, March 13 at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium – the 5-to-1 underdog from Ghana says he knows what he’s up against.
“I know who I’m gonna fight and I know it’s not gonna be easy,” Clottey admitted Thursday via teleconference . . . Click here for more
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Former flyweight world champion and Mexican ring great Efrén “Alacran” Torres sadly passed away at the age of 66 yesterday at his residence in Guadalajara, Mexico. Torres will always be recalled by its three epic battles with Chartchai Chionoi from Thailand. Torres snatched the WBC championship with an eighth round TKO over Chionoi in Mexico City. Torres boxed professionally from 1959 to 1972 and had a professional record of 53-9-1 with 35 KOs. Torres fought the best of his time, Beating the likes of Chionoi, Susumu Hanagata, Pascual Perez, Jose Medel, Octavio “Famoso” Gomez, Eduardo “Raton” Mojica and Bob Allotey.
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Australia’s world rated heavyweight contender Kali Meehan will clash with former world champion Ruslan Chagaev for the WBA #1 position soon and is confident he will have his hand raised after their bout. Meehan talks to Fightnews and states that Chagaev will have his hands full when they meet, he has seen the strong and weak points in his opponents arsenal, that he will be looking for a KO, he is not worried that the fight will be in Chagaev’s home turf and that he will crush the former world champion so he can give his family the life they deserve. (more…)
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Welterweight contender Victor Ortiz (26-2-1, 21 KO’s) knocked out Hector Alatorre in the 10th and final round at Club Nokia at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA. Ortiz started slow against the defensive-minded Alatorre, but came on aggressively as the bout progressed. Although Alatorre (16-9, 5 KO’s) had his moments, Ortiz was in command as he landed the more effective punches. In the 10th round, Ortiz stunned Alatorre with a left hand before dropping him with a right uppercut to the head. Alatorre stood up and walked to his corner on shaky legs, prompting referee David Mendoza to step in and stop the bout at 51 seconds. After the bout, Ortiz said that he hurt his right hand in the third round. Next for Ortiz is a rumored bout against former world champion Nate Campbell. (more…)
Today in Mexico City, the fight between three-time world champion Erik Morales and former WBA Jose Alfaro was officially announced for March 27 at Arena Monterrey in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The event will be billed as “Hope of Fire” as “El Terrible” Morales is returning to the ring after a three year layoff. Morales is now training at the Centro Ceremonial Otomi in Toluca, Mexico, and plans to return at 142 pounds. He has held world titles at super bantamweight, featherweight and super featherweight. His last fight was a 2007 decision loss against David Diaz in an attempt to win the WBC lightweight title match. Jose Alfaro is training at the Roger Deshon Gym in Managua, Nicaragua. Alfaro said he wants to fight with Morales because he believes the better years of Morales have passed. More photos…
By Alexey Sukachev at ringside
Izhevsk definitely isn’t the nicest place on the Earth in terms of its climate and shrouded location in the very heart of Russia, at the foothills of Ural Mountains. However, the Udmurt capital showed its class and hospitality in staging what was the first boxing promotion in the city over the course of seventeen years (flyweight journeyman Maxim Pugachev was the last one to get a victory here). Promoter of the show Vladimir Hryunov and local producer Rodion Obada delivered an interesting tournament, which has been well mixed with the beauty contest and musical performances. Unfortunately, the show named “Defenders of the Motherland” and held at Udmurt Circus on Monday night was somewhat marred with a yawning abundance of empty seats inside the arena despite a titanic effort of local organizers. However, those, who witnessed the entire promotion, were visibly delighted with the outcome of both boxing contest and a beauty contest, which has severely heated up the crowd. Two world-class match-ups headlined a big show, which featured also several prospects from Russia, Kenya and Azerbaijan. (more…)
In response to statements made by WBC light flyweight champion Rodel Mayol and his handlers, who said that they are concerned that Mayol will not be treated fairly by the ring officials in his fight this Saturday in Mexico, the World Boxing Council has expressed extreme disappointment in these “irresponsible comments” and plans to refer the matter to the WBC Disciplinary Committee. (more…)
Isaac Rodrigues 164 vs. Brian Vera 162
Brian Miller 134 vs. Jose Guzman 134.5
Broderick Antoine 146 vs. Norberto Frias 145
Mike Faragon 135 vs. Fernando Basora 135
Amanda Serrano 126.5 vs. Lucia Larcinese 127
Markus Williams 161 vs. Rondu Campbell 164 1/4
Reggie Scott 175 vs. DeMarcus Clark 172
Venue: Turning Stone Casino & Resort in Verona, NY
Promoter: Dave Escalet’s Stars-R-Out Productions
Tickets are priced at $55, $40 and $30 and can be purchased by calling 1-877-833-7469 or 1-315-472-0700.
First bell: 7:30 p.m.
Jose González 135.6 vs. Roberto Acevedo 135.2
Víctor Bisbal 218.2 vs. Charles Davis 231
Jorge Meléndez 150.6 vs. Abraham Bruno 150.2
Eric Cruz 131.4 vs. Gamalier Rodríguez 131.6
Regino Canales 137.6 vs. Carlos Delgado 137.2
Gerardo Adorno 137.2 vs. Mario Lugo 134.4
Fauris Capellán 127 vs. Luis Ortiz 132
Roberto Díaz 106.6 vs. José Alberto Claudio 106.6
Jiovanne Fuentes 111.8 vs. Alberto Vélez 110
Venue: Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Promoter: PR Best Boxing (Ivan & Peter Rivera)
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This Saturday night in Augusta, Georgia, home of the late, legendary soul singer, James Brown, fight fans at the Bell Auditorium will have an opportunity to witness a future star in boxing as former Canadian amateur sensation Mikael Zewski will make his pro debut at TKO Boxing Championship Fight Night . . . Click here for more
Boxing returns to the historic Hammond Civic Center in Hammond, Indiana, Friday, Feb. 26 when, in the main event, Michael “Midnight Stalker” Walker (19-2) and Derrick “Superman” Findley (14-3) will square off for a IN.B.A. Middleweight Title Showdown. (more…)
From the Camino Real, downtown El Paso for tomorrow night’s “King of the Border” card at the Don Haskins Center, El Paso:
Antonio Escalante 126 vs. Miguel Roman 126
Danny Garcia 141 vs. Ashley Theophane 140 3/4
Osvaldo Rojas 146 1/4 vs. Luis Grajeda 147 1/4
Saul Morales 134 1/4 vs. Julian Rodriguez 137 3/4
Sharif Bogare 136 1/4 vs. Jose Hernandez 136 1/4
Promoter: Golden Boy Promotions
Televised on ESPN2’s “Friday Night Fights”
The Floyd “Money” Mayweather vs. Sugar Shane Mosley press tour is rumbling through a city near you next week making stops in New York City, Washington, DC and Los Angeles. All press conferences are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC and free of charge. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
World heavyweight contender David “Tuaman” Tua (50-3-1, 43 KOs) is confident of stopping big punching Las Vegas based Nigerian Friday Ahunanya (24-5-3, 13 KOs) when they clash over twelve rounds at the Trusts Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand on March 31. “I want to destroy Friday. I want it to be destructive. It has to be because I need people in the States to hear some noise from Down Under,” Tua said. (more…)
Photo: Rodel “Bantang Mandaue” Mayol stretching out before a workout in preparation for his title defense Saturday night against No. 1 contender Omar “Giant Killer” Nino in Guadalajara, Mexico. Mayol-Nino is one of two world title fights airing on “The Double Assault” split site pay-per-view, distributed in North Amrican by Integrated Sports media, live from Mexico and Puerto Rico.
The pay-per-view event will begin at 9pm ET/6pm PT on both cable and satellite. The PPV cost will be $34.95 and available in Puerto Rico, U.S., Canada, Philippines, Central and South America. Tickets can be purchased by calling (787) 792-5000 or online at www.tcpr.com. Tickets are priced at $20, $40, $75, $125, $150 and $300.
The WBO has scheduled two purse bids to take place March 2 at their headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Registered promoters can bid on a WBO jr flyweight championship clash between super champion Ivan Calderon and interim champion Jhonreil Casimero (minimum bid $80,000) and/or a WBO interim lightweight title bout between titleholder Michael Katsidis and Kevin Mitchell (minimum bid $150,000). WBO President Francisco Valcárcel will preside over both purse bids.
After running miles on a South Florida beach, Joshua Clottey did a national conference call and then went straight to the Carter Park Contender Boxing Gym on Sunrise Ave. in Ft. Lauderdale. “I want to train hard and be completely prepared,” Clottey said after the media call. “Beating Pacquiao will mean a lot to my country Ghana and will put me on top of the world.” Clottey plans to break camp on this weekend, then return home to New York City. Beginning Monday, Clottey will work out at a gym in the Bronx. Click here for more photos…
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