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By Bob Caico at ringside
Photos: Boxing Bob Newman
Former WBC heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman (47-7-2, 38 KOs) scored a fourth round KO over Shannon Miller (16-5, 9 KOs) on Saturday night at the Niagara Falls Conference Center in Niagara Falls, NY. Miller staggered Rahman with a big right hand in round one, but “The Rock” roared back to drop Miller in rounds one, two, three and four before the bout was halted at 1:37 of round four.
In the co-feature, middleweight John Mackey (12-5-2, 5 KOs) upset previously unbeaten Olympian Donny Orr (15-1, 6 KOs) by majority decision. Scores were 76-76, 77-75, 77-75. (more…)
By Robert Hough and Rocco Morales at ringside
WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward (22-0, 13 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over Allan Green (29-2, 20 KOs) in the final Group Stage 2 matchup of SHOWTIME’s groundbreaking “Super Six” tournament on Saturday night at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. Ward made a statement in this fight, outpunching, outboxing and generally roughing up the supposedly stronger Green on the inside throughout the match. Scores were 120-108 on all cards.
With the victory, Ward has already clinched a spot in the Super Six semis prior to his Group Stage 3 bout vs. Andre Dirrell. Green still has a chance to advance in Group Stage 3 against Mikkel Kessler. (more…)
In his first bout since losing a competitive 12 round decision to top ranked light heavy Karo Murat (22-0), WBA #14 light heavyweight Tommy Karpency rebounded Friday night with a one-sided destruction over late sub Julius Jackson at the Wheeling Isle Racetrack and Casino in Wheeling, West Virginia. Karpency (20-2-1) controlled the fight with superior skills, power punching and effective combinations dropping Jackson with a right/left combination at the conclusion of the opening stanza. Jackson failed to answer the bell to start the second. (more…)
By Kurt Wolfheimer
Friday night at Cedar Gardens in Hamilton Township New Jersey, two world class professional fighters successfully pushed forward in the comebacks. In the main event of the seven bout card promoted by Nedal Promotions, former world title challenger Omar Sheika (30-9, 21 KOs) easily pounded his way to a third round stoppage of rugged light heavyweight Jim “Steel Chin” Strohl (27-9, 21 KOs). The co-main event was a tactical battle as former 1996 Olympian Bronze medalist, Terrance “The Heat” Cauthen (35-6, 9 KOs) boxed and counter punched his way to an eight round split decision victory over tough junior welterweight prospect, Cleotis “Mookie” Pendarvis (10-3-2, 4 KOs). For more details and photos click here…
Undefeated, WBA Super Middleweight Champion Andre Ward (21-0, 13 Kos) and world-ranked Allan Green (29-1, 20 Kos) will square off tonight in the final Group Stage 2 bout in the Super Six World Boxing Classic live on SHOWTIME, 10p ET/PT (delayed on the west coast) -from Oakland’s Oracle Arena. Click on the links below for the latest interviews on tonight’s exciting battle…
By Brian Grammer at ringside
“Dangerous” Dannie Williams (13-1) was impressive in dispatching late substitute, Tyler Ziolkowski, getting the 2nd round TKO victory Friday at St. Louis’ Viking Conference Center. Promoter Steve Smith of Rumble Time Promotions declared that “The Show Must Go On” after a scheduling conflict that postponed the June 12th showdown between IBF jr middleweight champion Cory Spinks and Cornelius Bundrage resulted with several of his fighters not having a “job” until Don King returns to Gateway City on August 7th. Coincidentally, the promoter’s plans to showcase Williams were almost scrapped until the late replacement, Ziolkowski (12-13), stepped up for the challenge. (more…)
Slideshow of yesterday’s TUF weigh-in in Vegas
Photos by Ray Kasprowicz
By Graham Houston
Super Six continues on Saturday, with Andre Ward seeking to become the first boxer to win two bouts in the Showtime 168-pound tournament when he meets Allan Green. Ward’s WBA title will be at stake but it’s odd how the tournament holds greater sway than the championship. I know that titles are good for the fighters by increasing earning opportunities, but good, evenly matched fights are what matters. (more…)
Paul Mendez 160 vs Mario Ortiz 160.4
Oscar Godoy 145.6 vs Anthony Wheaton 143
Stephan Rubalcava 146,2 vs Adolfo Gonzalez 145.2
Jose Leon 153.6 vs Jacob Alvarez 153.6
Jose Garcia 121.2 vs David Clark 121.8
Rigo Espinoza 152.8 vs Cesar Flores 154.6
Venue: McDermont Field House in Lindsay, CA
Promoter: Roy Englebrecht Promotions/Vargas Entertainment
Tickets: $25 and $40
Photos: Enrique “Kike” Vázquez / Promociones Miguel Cotto, Inc.
Super Welterweight Champion Miguel Cotto will be at the Grand Marshall for the Puerto Rican Day Parade in Chicago on Saturday June 19. As a part of his visit to the Windy City, Cotto visited the Shriners Hospital for the Children of Chicago Friday. “It was a great experience for me to visit the hospital and share with the children and give them some joy and smiles,” Cotto said. The Shriners Hospital works to serve the needs of children with orthopedic and spinal cord injuries. (more…)
Weights by Andreas Hale & Anthony Springer Jr.
Photo by Ray Kasprowicz
From the Palms in Las Vegas:
Matt Hamill 205 vs. Keith Jardine 205
Court McGee 185 vs. Kris McCray 184
Matt Hamill 205 vs. Keith Jardine 205
Chris Leben 186 vs. Aaron Simpson 186
Spencer Fisher 156 vs. Dennis Siver 156
Rich Attonito 186 vs. Jamie Yager 185
John Gunderson 155 vs. Mark Holst 154
Seth Baczynski 185 vs. Brad Tavares 185
Josh Bryant 185 vs. Kyle Noke 185
Chris Camozzi 185 vs. James Hammortree 186
Travis Browne 251 vs. James McSweeney 231
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Jr welterweight Jose Reynoso (12-3-1, 1 KO) took an eight round majority decision over previously unbeaten Aris Ambriz (13-1-1, 8 KOs) on Friday night at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California. Scores were 76-76, 78-74, 79-73. They had previously fought to a draw. ‘
In the co-feature, welterweight Aron Martinez (13-1-1, 3 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over Pavel Miranda (16-5-1, 8 KOs). Martinez was the busier and more effective fighter throughout the bout. All three judges scored the bout 78-74, 79-73, and 80-72. For more details and photos click here…
By John Cannon at ringside
Jr welterweight Luis Ramos Jr. (16-0, 8 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over Joshua Alottey (16-9, 14 KOs) on Friday night at the McAllen Convention Center in McAllen, Texas. Scores were 80-72, 80-72, 79-73.
Lightweight Omar “Panterita” Figueroa (10-0, 8 KOs) won by second round DQ over journeyman Julian Rodriguez (17-19-4, 11 KOs). The bout was waved off due to excessive low blows from Rodriguez. Time 1:15.
Welterweight prospect Jermell Charlo (12-0, 6 KOs) needed just 63 seconds to demolish late sub Adan Murillo (4-4, 1 KO).
Adrian Granados 140 vs. Michael Culbert 140
Michael Jimenez 171.5 vs. Cleo Rice 174
Jaime Herrera 146 vs. Nick Smith 147.5
Genaro Mendez 142 vs. Gabriel Morris 143.5
Juan Garcia 142 vs. Dean Peters 147
Donatas Bondoravas 157 vs. Keon Johnson 157
Venue: UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL
Promoter: 8 Count Productions
Hector Serrano 142 vs. Angel Hernandez 142 1/2
Walter Wright 167 1/2 vs. Joshua Snyder 161
JR Delgadillo, 136 1/2 vs. Miguel Garcia 136 1/2
Sergey Kovalev 175 1/2 vs. Harley Kilfian 176
Aaron Schupp, 139 1/2 lbs (1-0) vs. Ben Metts 138
Evgeney Gradovich 126 1/2 vs. Manuel Ortega 127
Vincent Thompson 229 1/2 vs. Enrique Lobatos ??
Lamar Russ 160 1/2 vs. Brandon Wyatt 161
Venue: Emerald Queen Casino (I-5), Tacoma, WA
Promoter: Brian Halquist Productions
WBO #9 jr. middleweight Sherzod Husanov (15-0-1, 7 KOs) scored a ten round majority decision over Jhon Berrio (15-7, 11 KOs) on Friday night at the Pend O’reille Pavillion at Northern Quest Casino in Airway Heights, Washington. Making his U.S. debut, the 2000, 2004 Olympian outworked Berrio, winning 98-92, 96-94, 95-95.
Unbeaten super middleweight Maxim Vlasov (18-0, 9 KOs) scored a crushing third round KO over late sub Jerson Ravelo (20-5, 12 KOs). A right hand finished Ravelo at 1:12.
Heavyweight Jonte Willis (7-0, 3 KOs) outpointed late sub Leo Bercier (8-13-1) over four. Scores were 40-35 on all cards. Bercier was down in round three.
In 24 hours, the Super Six World Boxing Classic continues! Andre Ward takes on the tournament’s bold newcomer Allan Green. Click below to watch highlights from today’s weigh-in…
The judges for Ward-Green are Glenn Feldman (Connecticut) , Marty Sammon (California) and Alfredo Polanco (Mexico). The referee is Raul Caiz, Sr.
By Robert Hough at the scale
Andre Ward 167 3/4 vs Allan Green 166
(WBA super middleweight champonship)
Steve Upsher Chambers 144 vs Hector Alatorre 142 1/2
Michael Ruiz Jr. 117 1/2 vs Juan Tepoz 118
Mark Tucker 175 1/2 vs Billy Baily 175
Alexander Podrezov 144 vs John Dunham 142
Willie Nelson 148 vs Jesse Feliciano 149
*Jessica Rakoczy 124 1/2 vs. Ella Nunez 137 1/2
This bout has been cancelled. The bout was contracted at the featherweight limit of 126 pounds. The commission decided that the 11.5 pound overage by Nunez was too extreme and a safety risk for the fighter to even attempt losing any pounds in the two-hour allotment and/or overnight.
Venue: Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
Promoter: Goossen Tutor
Click here for more photos…
Shannon Miller 234 vs. Hasim Rahman 260
Donald Orr 160 vs. John Mackey 159
Lionell Thompson 177 vs. Jessie Lewis 173
Hastings Bwalya 146 vs. Matt Ellis 145
Cecil McCalla 147 vs. Ruben Galvan 147
Johnnie Davis 254 vs. Taffo Asongmed 226
Delen Parsley 153 vs. Andre Jones 151
Venue: Niagara Falls Conference Center, Niagara Falls, New York
Promoter: X-Cel Worldwide,The Empire
“I think that when everybody sees what Andre Ward does Saturday night to a very capable super middleweight like Allan Green, I believe we’ll start getting a lot more believers,” said promoter Dan Goossen to the SHOWTIME crew during his pre-fight interview. “I can remember back to the Muhammad Ali days when I was a young kid watching Ali and every time you’d see him mowing down someone and beating up someone and winning and winning and winning! But there was always those skeptics out there saying ‘Oh just wait until he fights this one fighter!’ or ‘Wait until he has to do that!’ You know it’s just the way it is with people and opinions so a lot of people won’t give Andre Ward his just due. Saturday night will just be another step into converting the ones who are the naysayers.”
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and chief trainer Freddie Roach will hit San Antonio on Monday eve for get set for Latin Fury 15 at the Alamodome on Saturday, June 26. “Chavez Jr is prepared and ready,” Roach said today from the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood. “He has worked hard in the gym. He knows the importance of this fight.” Chavez Jr will take on Ireland’s John Duddy in the main event. Duddy will arrive with his team on Tuesday in San Antonio. Duddy trained for weeks in the Pocono mountains in Bushkill, Pa., then spent the last three weeks training at Gleasons Gym in New York City. “I only think about winning this fight – it consumes me,” Duddy said.
Marco Antonio Barrera will arrive Monday, as will his opponent Adailton DeJesus of Brazil…..Salvador Sanchez III of Mexico has been training in Big Bear, California. He will be in San Antonio on Tuesday.
Lupe Contreras will be the ring announcer at Latin Fury 15. Recording artist Sheena Mullin will sing the Irish National Anthem on fight night. Top Rank’s Latin Fury 15 PPV will be televised live 10 pm eastern/7 pm pacific.
Photo by Rafael Soto/Zanfer
Rodel Mayol 108 vs. Omar Niño 108
Tomas Rojas 115 vs. Felipe Almanza 115.5
Alonso Lopez 112.5 vs. Jorge Ramirez 112.5
Frankie Leal 126 vs. Tomas Sierra 125.7
Adrian Young 122 vs. Arturo Delgado 123
Sergio Frias 112 vs. Vicente Mejia 112.5
Venue: San Juan del Rio, Queretaro, Mexico
Promoter: Zanfer/Top Rank
TV: Fox Sports Español
Click here for more photos…
By Ron Jackson
Former South African lightweight champion Gladstone Mahlo who fought as a professional from 1948 to 1954 died on Monday at the age of 85. Mahlo, a skillful fighter who fought under the nickname of “Homicide Hank”, made his pro debut on March 13, 1948 when he stopped Fly Mohloheli in the fifth round and then scored wins over Tiger Kelly, Sammy Phillips and Kid Coco to complete a successful first year in professional boxing. (more…)
By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Photo by Mike Greenhill
It was a clean sweep for the Baltimore/DC area boxers last night at the Bang Time Boxing card at Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, MD. “The American Child” Nick Kisner of Glen Burnie, MD won a four-round unanimous decision over the debuting Tauheed “Tiger” Wheeler of DC. All judge’s scorecards were 40-36. Kisner is (4-0, 2 KOs). Russ “The Hammer” Shiflett of Baltimore returned to action with a four-round unanimous decision win over the always-tough Andre “Da Heat” Hemphill of Philadelphia, PA. Shiflett scored a shutout on all three cards and remains undefeated at (8-0-1, 4 KOs). Hemphill falls to (8-16-2, 5 KOs). For more details and photos click here…
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