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By Robert Coster
“I just followed the doctor’s orders who told me to let the fight go on,” says Puerto Rican referee Roberto Ramirez after the controversial end to the WBC light flyweight bout between champion Edgar Sosa and challenger Rondel Mayol yesterday in Tuxla Gutierrez, Mexico. A vicious head-butt at the beginning of the second round spelled the end for the long reigning champion who crumbled to the floor. The head-butt was ruled as intentional and referee Ramirez deducted a point from the Filipino challenger. Sosa got up on unsteady legs but ring physician, Dr. Ibarra, ruled that the fight could continue. The referee accepted the doctor’s advice and Mayol jumped on his defenseless prey. After a second knockdown, Ramirez stopped the fight, putting an end to Sosa’s 28 month reign. The Mexican champion had to be transported to the hospital where he was declared to have a fractured cheekbone that will keep him out of action for about 5-6 months. The Sosa camp has mentioned that it will appeal the outcome of the fight in order to have it declared a no-contest.
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
IBO cruiserweight champion Danny Green has commented that his bout with Roy Jones Jr is the biggest fight in Australia’s boxing history. The bout has proven to be a great financial success with Danny looking certain to surpass the AUD $3,000,000 he earned from his bout with Anthony Mundine. It is rumored that Green could earn up to $4,000,000, and quite possibly more, due to a number of contributing factors, including: the fight being beamed into 15 countries, including the US, Canada, England, Malaysia and South Africa. A huge financial lure that the Mundine-Green fight failed to attract. Just 5000 tickets remain for the bout at Homebush, with an 18,000 sell-out guaranteed. Overwhelming demand for ringside seats has allowed ticket holders to auction seats on eBay for up to $1250. Demand for pay-per-view subscription at pubs and clubs is rivalled only by Green’s fight with Mundine in 2006. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
IBF#12 bantamweight Tantong Kiattaweesuk (14-0, 7 KOs) will clash with Indonesian Rivo Rengkung (29-8-5, 11 KOs) on Thursday in Bangkok, Thailand with IBF Pan Pacific title up for grabs. Promoter Jimmy Chaichotchiang said: “I am happy my boxer Kiattaweesuk will have a good test on Thursday when he fights experienced Rengkung who has boxed world class boxers like Michael Domingo and Somsak Sithchawal. I am confident Kiattaweesuk has the skills to beat the best bantamweights in the world-he only needs the opportunity.” The promotion will televised on channel seven television network throughout Thailand.
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Former world rated welterweight Chad Bennett (23-3-3, 16 KOs) was impressive in clearly outscoring Argentine lightweight champion Aldo Nazareno Rios (46-4, 11 KOs) over ten rounds at the Newcastle Jockey Club, Broadmeadow Racecourse, NSW, Australia on Saturday. The 5’10 Bennett, 36-years, controlled the action in all the rounds as he continually connected with accurate combinations. 5’8 Rios, 35-years, came to fight but could not cope with the Australian boxers superior speed and skills. The visitor had been in the distance with world champions Isaac Hlatshwayo, Artur Grigorian and Steve Johnston. Ricky Hatton stopped Rios in nine rounds. He had defeated Victor Hugo Paz three times and scored knockouts over Jason Cook and Sergio Gonzalez. Bennett will challenge former WBA champion Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai for the IBF Australasian 140 pound title. Bennett is focused on IBF world title shot against IBF junior welterweight champion Juan Urango.
By John Cannon/www.canvaswarriors.com
Brownsville native Sergio Perales wanted to give something back to his fans who have supported him during his boxing career. Well, he definitely did that as he put together a stellar performance in front of a raucous crowd at the Jacob Brown Auditorium in Brownsville, defeating Columbia’s Jose Garcia Bernal to capture the IBA and WBF Continental Americas belts Saturday night. “I am happy for Brownsville and the fans who paid good money to come out and see a good show and I feel I gave that to them tonight,” said Perales. “My last couple of fights have been first round knockouts and I felt that I did not give the fans a good show. But I was able to give them 10 good rounds and am grateful for that. I needed the work.” (more…)
By Robert Coster
“The only way Rodel Mayol could beat me was by intentionally fouling me. He should have been disqualified,” says disconsolate former champion Edgar Sosa who lost his WBC belt on Saturday in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico by a very controversial TKO in the second round to Filipino challenger Rodel Mayol. Sosa, who was making his 11th defense, is in the hospital with a fractured cheekbone, the result of a clear head-butt on the part Mayol. Although Sosa, now (37-6, 21 KOs), was bleeding and clearly dazed, ring doctor Ibarra allowed the fight to continue and the Filipino boxer took full advantage of the situation, scoring two subsequent knockdowns that forced Referee Robert Ramirez to stop the fight and declare Mayol (26-4-1, 20 KOs) the winner. (more…)
Mikkel Kessler has vowed to bounce back stronger than ever after his 11th round technical decision defeat against Andre Ward. The Viking Warrior was trailing on all three score-cards when the fight was stopped due to a cut caused by an unintentional head-butt. “I have lost the world title once and won it straight back so I know how to do it,” Kessler said. “With the support of my home fans in Denmark I will beat Carl Froch and become world champion again. That is why this tournament is great–I have the chance to make amends immediately.” Kessler admitted it was tough to fight Ward. “He was very fast and very good. He ruined my style,” he said. “It was not my day. Now I will go home, watch the tape and then bounce back stronger than ever.” (more…)
After six years as a light heavyweight champion, Zsolt Erdei moved up in weight to challenge WBC cruiserweight beltholder Giacobbe Fragomeni in front of 4000 fans at the Sparkassen-Arena in Kiel, Germany, on Saturday’s “Universum Champion Night“ in a battle of contrasting styles between the technician Erdei and the brawler Fragomeni. Click here for video highlights
WBA mini-flyweight champion Giovanni Segura (22-1, 18 KOs) scored a first round knockout over Sonny Boy Jaro (30-7-5, 19 KOs) on Saturday night in Merida, Yucatán, Mexico. It was a body shot that did in Jaro.
Fightnews.com feature writer Gary “Digital” Williams receives his Washington, DC Boxing Hall-of-Fame induction plaque from the hall of fame’s membership secretary, Allan Nader. Williams was honored for Outstanding Contributions to Boxing in the nation’s capitol. Williams has covered the boxing scene in DC and the surrounding area for 24 years, 11 of them with Fightnews.com. Among the others inducted in the DC Boxing Hall of Fame this year were former middleweight title contender Andrew Council and five-time women’s world champion Isra Girgrah Wynn, who was the first female pro boxer to be inducted into the DC Boxing Hall-of-Fame.
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Evening the score in a rematch three years later, Forrest Griffin edged out a split verdict over Tito Ortiz after three close rounds in the main event of UFC 106 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Ortiz was sharp early, but as the fight wore on, Griffin came on stronger. (more…)
By Dave Spencer / Fightnews Canada
It turned out to be quite the day for nineteen year-old Marvin Sonsona. In the morning we lost his WBO junior-bantamweight belt on the scales, coming in over two-and-a-half pounds over the 115 pound limit. Things didn’t go much better in the evening as the Philippine fighter escaped with a draw over a determined Alejandro Hernandez (22-7-2 11KO) by score of 115-113, 113-115, 114-114. The WBO title will remain vacant. It was clear that from the early going that these were two fighters operating on different planes, with the former champion waving and smiling to the crowd while a determined Hernandez was trying to make the most of his title opportunity. The talent level favoured the tall lanky Sonsona who was able to bank some early rounds over the Mexican who showed no quit on the evening.
Former super-bantamweight IBF champion Steve Molitor survived a fifth round knockdown and walked away with a 78-73, 79-73, 78-74 decision of Jose Saez of Argentina. Molitor was easily controlling the fight as he towered over his opponent but walked straight left counter that put the Canadian Kid down quickly. Molitor was delivering and landing at a much higher percentage than his Argentine opponent who absorbed the former champion’s shots well. Moliltor seemed highly irritated at the momentary lapse. Molitor controlled the action for the duration, but definitely not in the same confident, aggressive style he had done in the earlier going. (more…)
WBA interim super lightweight champion Marcos Maidana (27-1, 26 KOs) scored a third round knockout over William Gonzalez (22-6-1, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Club Deportivo Libertad in Sunchales, Santa Fe, Argentina. Gonzalez was counted out at 2:20 of the round. It was Maidana’s first title defense since winning the title in a shootout against Victor Ortiz in June.
Saturday night in Tuxtla Gutierrez in Chiappas, Mexico, Filipino challenger Rodel Mayol (25-4-1, 19 KOs) scored a second round TKO over longtime WBC light flyweight champion Edgar Sosa (37-5, 21 KOs), who was making his 11th defense (in 28 months). After Sosa was badly hurt by an unintentional headbutt, he was dropped again when action resumed and the referee waved it off moments later. Mayol was successful in his fifth attempt at a world title.
By David Robinett and Robert Hough at ringside
SHOWTIME’s acclaimed Super Six World Boxing Classic continued Saturday as undefeated Olympic gold medalist Andre “S.O.G.” Ward (21-0, 13 KOs) scored an eleventh round technical decision over WBA super middleweight champion Mikkel “Viking Warrior” Kessler (42-2, 32 KOs) at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. Ward had the perfect game plan as he surprisingly dominated Kessler, whose face was busted up by unintentional headbutts and punches. Scores were 97-93, 98-92, 98-92.
Jose Celaya, (31-6, 16 KOs), continued his slow decline from one-time contender, losing a unanimous decision to unheralded Tony Hirsch, (10-3-1, 5 KOs), 40-36 on all three scorecards in a four-round junior middleweight bout.
Local fighter Karim “Hard Hitta” Mayfield, (11-0-1, 7 KOs), lived up to his nickname, stopping Francisco Santana, (11-2, 5 KOs), at 2:27 of round five in a scheduled eight-round junior middleweight bout.
Young prospect Stan Martyniouk, (8-0, 1 KO), had an easy time of it with journeyman Anthony Martinez, (21-33-3, 9 KOs), taking a unanimous decision in a four-round lightweight bout, 40-36 on all three scorecards.
In the evening’s opening bout, junior lightweight Mel Crossty, (4-0-1, 1 KO), cruised to a four-round unanimous decision over Carlos Herrera, (2-3, 1 KO). Scores were 39-36, 40-35, 40-35, with Crossty scoring a knockdown in the opening stanza.
By Karl Freitag / Photos: Eroll Popova
Unbeaten longtime WBO light heavyweight champion Zsolt Erdei (31-0, 17 KOs) dethroned WBC cruiserweight champion Giacobbe Fragomeni (26-2-1, 10 KOs) by twelve round majority decision on Saturday night at the Sparkassen Arena in Kiel, Germany. Erdei’s speed was evident early on as he landed many sharp combinations. Fragomeni, however, applied intense pressure and connected more and more as the bout progressed. It became a battle attrition as both fighters landed good shots. Fragomeni closed stronger, however in the end scores were 114-114, 115-113, 115-113 for Erdei, who becomes the first Hungarian to win a world title in two weight divisions.
Olympic medalist Vitali Tajbert (19-1, 6 KOs) won the WBC interim super featherweight world championship with a twelve round unanimous decision over reigning titleholder Humberto Gutierrez (26-2-1, 19 KOs). Tajbert was very sharp and in tremendous condition, as he outboxed the taller champion, especially over the second half of the fight. Scores were 116-112, 116-112, 116-113.
In a clash for the vacant WBA super middleweight world championship, Dimitri Sartison (26-1, 17 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Stjepan Bozic (23-4, 14 KOs). The referee stopped the bout on the advice of the ring doctor because the left eye of Bozic was swollen shut.
Unbeaten WBC & WBO #1 rated middleweight Gennady Golovkin (18-0, 15 KOs) dropped previously unbeaten Mikhail Makarov (10-1, 5 KOs) three times in round two to get a stoppage win at 1:24. Golovkin was originally slated to face Ishe Smith, but Smith had to cancel with a foot injury. More results…
The Floyd Mayweather Jr. Foundation team was out today in Las Vegas, doling out 250 hot Thanksgiving meals to the homeless today, at Owens and Main Street. Though the champ was not present, Mayweather’s manager, Leonard Ellerbe, was part of the crew handing out meals. Ellerbe commented on Mayweather-Pacquiao negotiations, saying, “Floyd has proved himself the undisputable champion and numbers don’t lie. If the fight happens, he deserves the lion’s share of the purse.” — Chris Cozzone
Five-time world champ Johnny Tapia will make his return to the ring on March 6 at the Ohkay Casino near Espanola, N.M. The card will be a pro-am venture promoted by both, Team Tapia and T.U.F.F. Boxing, in association with the Ohkay Casino. Fifteen amateur bouts and six pro fights will be scheduled, with Tapia in the main event. Tapia is expected to be released from jail in January, where he has been serving a short-term parole violation sentence since mid-summer. Tapia, 56-5-2 (28 KOs), has been inactive since 2007. — Chris Cozzone
By Kurt Wolfheimer
Unbeaten lightweight contender Teon “The Technician Kennedy (14-0-1, 6 KOs) went to battle on Friday night at the Legendary Blue Horizon and came away with the biggest victory of his professional career, capturing the USBA Lightweight title, with a tenth round TKO of Francisco Rodriquez (14-3-1, 8 KOs). In the co-feature of the eight bout card promoted by Peltz Boxing Promotions, Saint Petersburg Florida’s Jason Barnett(11-10,5KO’s) scored quite an upset with a third round knockout of Philly clubber, Big John Poore in their scheduled six round heavyweight scrap. (more…)
Light heavyweight Chuck Mussachio (14-1-2, 5 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over Bobby Rooney (11-3-1, 6 KOs) on Friday night at the Trump Taj Mahal in Altantic City. The bout was elevated to main event status when Prince Badi Ajamu came in ten pounds too heavy for his bout Daniel Judah.
Dave Spencer/Fightnews Canada at the scales
Marvin Sonsona** 117.6 vs Alejandro Hernandez 115
Steve Molitor 126.2 vs Jose Saez 125.2
Todd Furier 143.8 vs Felix Mercedes 145
Frank Abbiw 142 vs Justin Fountain 145
Jason Bergman 264 vs Greg Kielsa 234
Promoter: ORION SPORTS
Television: TSN (Canada)
Venue: Casino Rama, Rama, Ontario, Canada
**Sonsona came in heavy and was stripped of his WBO junior bantamweight world title.
By Jesse Kelley
Undefeated Caleb Truax (14-0) pounded out a hard fought unanimous decision over Kerry Hope (12-2) on Friday night at the Saint Paul Armory in Minnesota. Truax and Hope engaged early and often with most of the action taking place in the center of the ring. Truax was on top of his game in the early to mid rounds as he landed sharp and accurate counter punches to the head and body that shook Hope on more than one occasion. Undeterred, Hope pressed forward like a machine although not having quite the same success. Hope’s relentless pressure began to pay off however, by round seven as Truax began to backpedal and drop his punch output. Hope continued to bring the fight to Truax going into an all action round ten which saw both fighters brawl until the final bell. Judges saw it unanimously in favor of Truax by scores of 97-93 on all cards. Truax takes home the WBF International super middleweight title with the victory. For more details and photos click here…
By Dave Spencer / Fightnews Canada
WBO Super-Flyweight champion Marvin Sonsona (14-0 12KO) lost his world title on the scales Saturday morning in advance of his scheduled fight tonight versus Alejandro Hernandez (22-7-1 12KO). The 19-year-old Philippine boxer came in over two pounds over the 115 pound weight limit at 117.6 pounds. Sonsona’s opponent Hernandez of Mexico City came in at exactly 115 pounds and will be the only fighter boxing for the now vacant WBO belt. (more…)
Preview by Brady Crytzer
On Saturday the Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to its home city of Las Vegas to present a night of action featuring fighters at various crossroads of their careers. While the main event features an epic rematch between two of the sport’s top light heavyweights, the evening’s co-feature highlights two of the best young welterweights in mixed martial arts . . . click here for more
Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin clash in a rematch at UFC® 106 – this Saturday night at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET on PPV.
By Ron Jackson
South African flyweight champion Moruti Mthalane outboxed Julio Cesar Miranda of Mexico over 12 rounds in an entertaining fight to win the vacant IBF flyweight belt at the Wembley Indoor Arena in Johannesburg on Friday night. Judges Alejandro Lopes (Mexico) and Alfred Buqwana (South Africa) both scored the fight 117-111, whilst judge Wally Snowball (South Africa) had it 118-111. (more…)
WBA interim super lightweight champion Marcos Maidana (26-1, 25 KOs) weighed in at 139.2 pounds for his first title defense against Panama’s William Gonzalez (22-5-1, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Club Deportivo Libertad in Sunchales, Santa Fe, Argentina. Gonzalez weighed in at 139.7. Universum CEO Stefan Braune brought Maidana the WBA award for “Fight of the Year.” Click for more photos
Otis “Triple OG” Griffin (21-6-2) outlasted Joey McCreedy (11-4-1) to win a unanimous 8-round decision tonight in the main event on the “Autumn Classic” pro boxing card, presented by Jimmy Burchfield’s Classic Entertainment & Sports, Inc., at Twin River Event Center in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
Unbeaten junior welterweight prospect, 2008 U.S. Olympic Team alternate Danny O’Connor (10-0, 3 KOs) pounded a game James Hope (4-3) from the opening bell for six rounds.
Eight months after giving birth to her daughter and 20 months since her last fight, 4-time world champion Jaime “The Hurricane” Clampitt (19-4-1, 7 KOs) returned to the ring in triumphant fashion, out-working and out-classing Rachel Clark (4-2-1) en route to victory by way of a one-sided, unanimous 6-round decision.
#5 WBO #12 WBA and #15 WBC super bantamweight Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. (17-0-1, 14 KOs) scored an impressive seventh round TKO over veteran Genaro “Poblanito” Garcia (36-8, 20 KOs) on Friday night at the Kissimmee Civic Center in Kissimmee, Florida. WBO Latin champion Vazquez Jr. battered Garcia to the deck twice in round seven and the bout was waved off at the 2:49 mark.
Brandon Baue won an eight round unanimous decision over Robbie Cannon to retain his WBF welterweight title on Friday night at the Lumiere Casino in St Louis, MO. Cannon was almost out on his feet in round three, but gamely battled the distance.
Lots of knockouts on the undercard. Welterweight Achour Esho remained undefeated in his young career and moved to 5-0 with a first round KO. Former UFC middleweight now cruiserweight boxer Terry Martin also moved his record up to 3-0 with a third round TKO. In a light heavyweight match, David Thomas scored a vicious 1st round KO over Nigerian Dennis Ogboo.
Heavyweight contender Fres Oquendo worked both Martin’s and Esho’s corner in his first corner appearance. “Man it was kind of strange working a corner, I am not used to that,” said Fres. “I almost forgot it wasn’t me fighting for a minute, I got to see how the other half lives and it isn’t easy but we did real good tonight.” Bobby Hitz promoted the sold out event.
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
IBO cruiserweight champion Danny Green has vowed to knockout all time great Roy Jones when they clash on December 2nd at the Acer Arena in Sydney, NSW, Australia. Green said. “I will knock the bloke out.” Green also denied he and Jones were friends. “How do you become friends with a bloke when you’ve only met him three times. We’re not mates at all. I don’t know too many buddies that want to knock each other out as much as we do. He’s one of the greatest of all time and conducts himself as a complete professional, so in that way we’re very similar, but come December 2nd, I’m going to unleash the fury and knock him out.” Danny Green challenged Anthony Mundine in a bout that attracted a live gate of over 30,000 fight fans and record pay-per-view sales. “Mundine was a domestic scrap. This is going to be the biggest fight in the world this year,” Green said. Danny Green captured the WBA light heavyweight title in 2007 when he scored a shutout twelve round decision over Stipe Drews.
In the gym and at home, this is a day in the life of Danish boxer Mikkel Kessler as he trains for his November 21st match.
On the streets of Oakland California, Andre Ward trains and finds his inspiration in the city and its people.
By Robert Coster
Saturday night in Tuxtla Gutierrez in Chiappas, Mexico, Edgar Sosa (37-5, 21 KOs) will be making the 11th defense (in 28 months) of his WBC light flyweight title. Sosa, who hasn’t lost in six years, is competing with Vitali Klitschko for the WBC Fighter of the Year award. But the busy champion should have his hands full with Filipino challenger Rodel Mayol (25-4-1, 19 KOs), a boxer known for his whirlwind, non-stop attack style. Mayol, a protege of Manny Pacquiao, is best known for recently giving WBO Champion Ivan Calderon the two toughest fights of his career — a controversial technical draw in their first bout and technical split decision loss in the second match. Champion Sosa relishes the prospect of comparing his performance of tomorrow with that of Calderon. “I predict that I will defeat Rodel Mayol by knockout. I want to win convincingly over someone who many say actually beat Calderon.” For his part, Mayol will be stepping in the ring in a fifth attempt to win a world title and it will be, no doubt, with an element of pressing despair, knowing that this might be his last chance for glory. Says promoter Fausto Daniel Garcia, “This fight has the making of a real battle in the best tradition of the now time-honored rivalry between Mexican and Filipino boxers.”
By Kurt Wolfheimer
Unbeaten super bantamweight Teon Kennedy (14-0-1, 6 KOs) won the vacant USBA title with a tenth round TKO over Francisco Rodriguez (14-3-1, 8 KOs) on Friday night at the legendary Blue Horizon in Philadelphia. Rodriguez collapsed in his corner after the bout and was taken from the ring on a stretcher and rushed to a local hospital.
By Mark Vaz and Scott Ploof at ringside
There comes a time when a fighter has to take a chance in their career to move up to the next level of competition to see what they are truly made of. Sometimes this works out for the best, other times not so much. Unfortunately on this night at the Twin River Events Center in Lincoln, RI, “Irish” Joe McCreedy was not up to the task, and that task was “The Next Great Champ” reality show winner, Otis Griffin. Both fighters landed and traded equally hard shots, however the difference in this fight was that Griffin had solid defensive skills , while McCreedy’s were still in need of some fine tuning. Griffin put the pressure on in the fifth while the durable McCreedy was able to weather the storm. By round six it was apparent that the difference was too much as Griffin almost put the fight away with vicious combinations against his opponent. In the end, it was Griffin pulling out a unanimous decision victory by scores of 78-75, 77-76, and 78-74.
2008 US Olympic alternate and Framingham, MA native Danny O’Connor (10-0, 3 KOs) out landed and outworked James Hope (4-3, 4 KOs) over six one sided rounds. O’Connor worked the body throughout and by round three, Hope was hopelessly out of gas. All three judges scored the fight 60-54 in favor of O’Connor to keep his perfect record intact.
Four-time women’s world title holder Jamie “The Hurricane” Clampitt (20-4-1, 7 KOs) made her return to the ring a successful one as she won a convincing six round unanimous decision over North Carolina’s Rachel Clark (4-3-1, 3 KOs). All three judges scored the fight a shutout at 60-54 on the cards. Clampitt worked the body of Clark at will by punishing her midsection with vicious hooks all night long. This would setup her strong right hand that complimented her attack and gave no chance for Clark to get into the fight.
Providence, RI’s Vladine Biosse outworked and continued to land several combinations against his opponent Jeffrey Osbourne when referee Danny Chiavone called a very quick stop to the fight at 1:25 of the first round. Biosse nonetheless picked up the TKO win as he kept his record perfect at (5-0, 4 KOs) while the veteran Osbourne fell to (8-15-2, 3 KOs). (more…)
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