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By Gabriel F. Cordero
May 23 in Monterrey, Mexico is the date announced for the battle between WBC super bantamweight world champion Toshiaki Nishioka from Japan and the Mexican Jhonny Gonzalez. The bout will be presented by Promociones del Pueblo and take place in the Arena Monterrey, which has a capacity for 20,000 fans. Initially Cancun and Cuidad Juarez were considered as possible locations for the event.
The possibility exists that former two-time world champion Rafael Marquez will face former champion Mauricio Martinez of Panama in the May 23 co-feature. It has been mentioned that the winner could challenger the winner of Toshiaki-Gonzalez. It will be Marquez’ first fight since March 2008, his last fight in the legendary Israel Vasquez trilogy. Martinez lost his last fight in March by unanimous decision against Heriberto Ruiz in a bout for the vacant IBF I/C jr featherweight title.
By Alexey Sukachev
Highly regarded Ukrainian technician Sergey Fedchenko (22-0, 10 KOs) will headline the next K2 East tournament, which will be held at “Lokomotiv” Palace of Sports in Kharkov, Ukraine, on April 22. The opponent for the WBO #12 and the IBF #15 hasn’t been defined yet but Spaniard Hector Moreira (20-1, 12 KOs) seems to be the most probable solution. Fedchenko will put his IBF intercontinental belt at stake in that fight.
Also, Kiev-based Russian junior middleweight Zaurbek Baysangurov (19-1, 14 KOs) will make his ring return after a disappointing loss to American Cornelius Bundrage in the IBF eliminator for the #2 spot last December. His future opponent will be announced later. WBC #12 cruiserweight Vitaly Rusal (23-0, 16 KOs), lightweight Valentin Golovko (7-0, 5 KOs) and welterweight Victor Plotnikov (20-1, 10 KOs) will be showcased in separate contests against yet unidentified opposition.
By Gerardo M. Avila-Planas
Miguel Cotto has issued a statement to the press concerning his incident with his uncle/trainer. The same, revealed through El Nuevo Dia Newspaper states the following…”This afternoon, after concluding my training session for my next fight, I sustained an incident with my uncle Evangelista Cotto. This is a family and very personal matter, which is why I ask that you give me the space and respect in my intimacy needed to cope with situation. Let it be known that as of this moment Evangelista Cotto will no longer form part of my corner, but at the same time, you should all rest assured that I will continue to work tirelessly for my next scheduled fight in June, where I will successfully defend my title with pride for all Puerto Ricans.”
Fightnews.com has confirmed that super middleweight contender Edison Miranda (32-3, 28 KOs) will return on a May 16 ShoBox telecast. “Pantera” will take on 2004 Olympian Andre Ward (18-0, 12 KOs). The “Pantera” Camp has agreed to travel to Oakland, California (Ward’s hometown) to take on the talented but largely untested gold medalist, who is stepping way up up in caliber of opposition.
By Gerardo Avila
According to all local newspapers, Miguel Cotto got into a fight with trainer/uncle Evangelista Cotto after a difference of opinion concerning Miguel’s training. It was reported that at approximately 3:00 P.M. local time Miguel and his trainer got into a heated discussion with regards to training strategies, which caused Miguel to fire his uncle. Allegedly Evangelista attacked Miguel and Cotto answered back with shots of his own. The fight first started at Bairoa Gym where the Cotto prepares for all his fights but the dispute continued in Miguel’s house in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Police intervened in the incident and charges might be filled against Miguel Cotto. Both Evangelista and Miguel Cotto, as well as Cotto’s father, Miguel Cotto Senior suffered minor injuries. This is not the first time that Miguel Cotto and his trainer have had disputes, although none have been reported to reach such a boiling point.
Three-time New Jersey Golden Gloves champion Michael Torres of Piscataway, N.J. today signed a promotional contract with Top Rank. Todd duBoef, president of Top Rank, made the announcement. Torrres, 24, has a professional record of 12-0 with 7 knockouts. He is managed by Cameron Dunkin who first saw Torres compete in the 2003 National Golden Gloves Championships in Las Vegas. “I liked Michael the instant I saw him in the ring,” Dunkin said. “Michael is so fast and so strong. He hits hard. He will fight for Top Rank in the lightweight division.” Torres was born in Yonkers, N.Y. He had an amateur record of 87-9, winning New Jersey Golden Gloves Championships in 2001, 2002 and 2003. He was ranked #2 in the U.S. as an amateur in his weight division. Torres is scheduled to fight on the Kelly Pavlik vs Sergio Mora world championship card at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.Y. on Saturday, June 27. Pavlik vs. Mora will be available on Pay Per View. The event is hosted by Caesars Atlantic City.
For the Ultimate Fighting Championship® organization’s historic UFC® 100 event on Saturday, July 11th at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, a stacked card featuring the best of the best in mixed martial arts is not only expected, but required. So to celebrate this once in a lifetime event, the UFC is pleased to announce three featured bouts that would be main events on their own anywhere in the world . . . Click here for more
Story by Mariano A. Agmi
The boxing year got off to a great start on January 17, 2009, when Luis Collazo challenged Andre Berto in a nip-and-tuck battle that many felt was a “Fight of the Year” candidate.
After 12 hard fought rounds where each fighter gave as good as he got, Andre Berto retained his WBC welterweight title by a narrow unanimous decision . . . Click here for more
When Cesar Marscucci and Paulo Santos stepped in the Octagon at UFC Brazil nearly 11 years ago, they entered themselves into a history that involves the biggest MMA show on the planet and the biggest country of South America . . . Click here for more by Martins Denis, UFC
World class professional boxing will return to the Sportsplex in Winchester, Virginia, as “TRIPLE THREAT: TOMORROW’S CHAMPIONS 11″ hits on Saturday, May 9th. Presented by Reno based “Let’s Get It On” Promotions, TKO BOXING Promotions of Las Vegas, Left Hook LLC and Pro-Motion Sports, advance tickets starting at $40 will go on sale this Friday, April 10th and can be reserved by calling 540-379-1532 or 540-868-2200 . . . Click here for more
WBC Youth and USNBC featherweight champion Matt “Sharp Shooter” Remillard, fighting for the first time as a pro outside of New England, enjoyed his expanded base experience and used his Maryland fight as a barometer to gauge his improvement in the past year. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Venezuelan superstar Edwin Valero arrived today in Venezuela where he was received by hundreds including representation from the government, the Department of Sport, and the press, alongside family, friends and fans. In his long-awaited return to a U.S. ring, Valero impressively won the WBC lightweight world title by blasting out Antonio Pitalua in two rounds. He is now 25-0, winning them all by knockout. “I feel very happy,” said the champion. “Thanks to my work and effort, I managed to do well and I dedicate this triumph to Venezuela. I also aspire to continue giving triumphs to Venezuela, as well as supporting and being example for the youth.” Valero said he’s targeting WBA/WBO lightweight champion Juan Manuel Márquez and P4P king Manny Pacquiao although the latter would require going up to a higher weight category. Valero will return to the U.S. for his next fight on July 25th.
By Kurt Wolfheimer
On Saturday night, Bionic Bull Promotions again brought pro boxing to South Philadelphia High School in Philadelphia, PA. The seven bout card featured the return of hard-punching junior middleweight “King” Gabriel Rosado (11-3, 7 KOs) and he did not disappoint, scoring a fifth round stoppage of Ariel Espinal (6-8-2, 2 KOs). Also on the card undefeated super middleweight Dennis “The Assassin” Hasson (8-0, 2 KOs) dropped Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Johnny Hayes (6-5-1, 2 KOs) once en-route to a one side six round unanimous decision victory. (more…)
By Lee Bates
WBO junior featherweight champion Juan Manuel ‘Juanma’ Lopez (24-0, 22 KOs) is well ahead of schedule in training as he preparation for his title defense against WBO bantamweight champion Gerry Penalosa (54-6-2, 36 KOs). Lopez released the following statement upon hearing Penalosa’s comments that Lopez will suffer the same fate as former world champion Jhonny Gonzalez who was knocked out by Penalosa. “There is no comparison between his fight with Gonzalez and the fight he is going to have with me. Gonzalez is right handed and I’m a southpaw for one. Also, Gonzalez was well known to have been struggling to make the 118 pound weight limit for the fight with Penalosa whereas I make 122 pounds very comfortably. I respect Penalosa’s power but I’ve been in with strong fighters as well such as former world champion Daniel Ponce De Leon, who I defeated to win my world title. Penalosa is a come forward type of fighter which works perfect for me. I’m going to fight my fight as normal and fully expect a spectacular victory for me,” said Lopez. Lopez-Penalosa takes place on April 25th at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, and is promoted by The fight card is being promoted by Top Rank and PR Best Boxing (Ivan & Peter Rivera).
By Robert Coster
Rafael de La Cruz is one of the best known boxers in the Dominican Republic, better known by his nickname, “Kalunga.” Record: 2-31. Weight class: hard to tell. So, why waste ink over such a professional loser ? Well, for one, promoters in the Carribean islands just love “Kalunga.” He is always ready to fight at any time, at any weight from 122 to 160(!), will always put up his best effort while giving young prospects a good scrap. Not the type of opponent to go in there and lay down, “Kalunga”comes to fight and will always try to earn his bucks (pesos, in this case). In his nine-year career as a crowd-pleasing loser, De la Cruz has fought boxers like Joan Guzman, Agapito Sanchez (world champions), Victoriano Sosa, Edison Miranda, Giovanni Lorenzo and more. (more…)
Jason “The American Boy” Litzau (23-2, 19 KOs) will return as a lightweight on April 18th at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It will be the exciting Litzau’s first fight since his devastating IBF featherweight title loss to Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero in February 2008. Litzau will face Daniel Mitchell (5-0-1, 2 KOs) in an eight round bout. In the main event, Matt “The Predator” Vanda (39-9, 22 KOs) is looking to get his career back on track against the “Bismarck Bomber” Tocker Pudwill (40-6, 14 KOs). Vanda has lost his last two fights by decisions against undefeated fighters John Duddy and Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. Also featured is the other half of “The American Boy” duo Allen Litzau (13-3, 7 KOs), who is hoping to spoil Wilton Hilario’s (10-0-1, 8 KOs) undefeated record and take home the IBA Super Featherweight America’s Belt title in a ten rounder. Tickets ($15, $25, $50 and $75) are on sale now at the Target Center box office and Ticketmaster. Call 651-989-5151.
North Philadelphia’s 23 year old welterweight Kaseem Wilson (11-1-1, 3 KOs) will box veteran Louie Leija (21-10-1, 15 KOs) and junior middleweight Jamaal “Da Truth” Davis (9-6, 6 KOs) meets Jerome Ellis (11-9-2, 10 K0s) in a pair of eight-round fights Friday evening May 1 at the Legendary Blue Horizon, 1314 North Broad Street. Topping the seven-fight card is a ten round battle between world-ranked super bantamweight Rogers Mtagwa (25-12-2, 18 KOs), of South Philadelphia, and Ricardo Medina (31-33-5, 17 KOs), of Mazatlan, Mexico. Tickets are priced at $45 and $60. They are on sale at Peltz Boxing Promotions, Inc. (215-765-0922) and Joe Hand Promotions, Inc. (215-364-9000). They also can be purchased online at www.peltzboxing.com.
WBC #7 flyweight contender Manny “Suavecito” Roman (14-0-1, 5 KOs) returns to action tonight against Anthony Villarreal (8-2, 4 KOs) in the main event at the “Battle in the Ballroom” event at the Irvine Marriott. The 21 year-old Roman and 22 year-old Villarreal will battle for the vacant WBC Youth Intercontinental flyweight title. Also in action, one of Southern California top amateur stars makes his pro debut, as Hugo “The Boss” Centeno Jr faces John Dunham (0-2) in a four-round welterweight contest. Centeno had an 85-5 amateur record plus he won Jr. Olympics and PAL national titles. The seven bout card features top local talent from across the State of California and the west coast.
Special guests include the legendary Sugar Ray Leonard, “Ferocious” Fernando Vargas, Jorge “The Clown Prince of Boxing” Paez, “Mighty” Mike Anchondo and current WBA female super featherweight champion Kina Malpartida. Englebrecht said: “This is the first time that I have had five former or current world champions at a ‘Battle in the Ballroom’ event.” The promoter was quick to note that over 36 current or former world champions have fought at the Marriott during in 25-year history of the “Battle in the Ballroom” series.
Another highlight of this special night will be the second induction ceremony for the “Battle in the Ballroom Hall of Fame” which will include former WBO junior lightweight champ “Mighty” Mike Anchondo; former California State super bantamweight champion George “Rocky” Garcia; former California State welterweight champion Ernie Chavez; 90’s light heavyweight standout the late Ernie Magdaleno; and promoter Don Frazier who was the first promoter at the Marriott. Both Garcia and Chavez won their State titles at the Marriott.
Less than a hundred tickets remain for tonight’s event! Doors open at 6:30pm and the first bell rings at 7:30pm. Tickets are available by calling 949-553-0100 or at the box office.
When Miguel Angel Torres defended the WEC® bantamweight title against Japanese striker Takeya Mizugaki at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, IL last Sunday, fans were treated to an early candidate for Fight of the Year. For five grueling rounds, Torres and Mizugaki traded leather and proved why the WEC’s 135-pound division is one of the most exciting in all of mixed martial arts. Tomorrow night, fans have the chance to witness the Torres-Mizugaki clash, plus the entire main card again on VERSUS at 8PM ET/5PM PT and at 11PM ET/8PM PT.
Former middleweight champion Jermain Taylor says he’s is bigger and stronger than he ever has been in his boxing career — and he wants Carl Froch to know it. Taylor, still in the middle of an intensive training camp in Miami, will fight as a super middleweight for the second time in his career when he tries to take Froch’s WBC Super Middleweight belt from the Englishman on April 25. “I will have a lot of power at 168 pounds,” Taylor said. “Pound-for-pound he’s not the fighter I am, and he knows it. He won’t be able to hold up to the firepower I’m bringing in the ring on April 25th.” Taylor dispatched Jeff Lacy in his first fight at 168 pounds, and is prepared to be the aggressor and take the fight to Froch for 12 rounds. The fight card is being promoted by DiBella Entertainment in association with Hennessy Sports. Tickets are on sale now and priced at $200, $100, $75 and $50. Showtime Championship Boxing will telecast live from MGM Grand Theater at MGM at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, Conn. at 9 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast). (more…)
By Lee Bates
WBO bantamweight champion Gerry Penalosa (54-6-2, 36 KOs) is having a very solid training camp for his next bout. Penalosa will challenge WBO junior featherweight champion Juan Manuel ‘Juanma’ Lopez (24-0, 22KOs) on April 25th at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Penalosa is currently training at Freddie Roach’s Wild Card Gym in Hollywood, California. The bout will take place at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Penalosa is very confident of victory and responded to Lopez’ recent comments on saying he was hoping to stop Penalosa within 5-6 rounds. “I hope he trains very hard. Jhonny Gonzalez said the same thing and look what happened to him. The same will happen to Lopez. I will win this fight,” said Penalosa. Lopez-Penalosa is promoted by Top Rank and PR Best Boxing (Ivan & Peter Rivera).
Amir Khan will step up a division to light-welterweight and challenge WBA World Champion Andreas Kotelnik promoter Frank Warren said today. Hot-shot Khan, fresh from his win against Mexican legend Marco Antonio Barrera – WBO #1 and WBA #3 ranked at the time – last month in Manchester, gets his dream opportunity on June 27 with a venue to be confirmed shortly. Warren said, “This is the moment that Amir has been waiting for and I’m delighted to deliver him the opportunity. Amir put in a sensational performance against a three time world champion and future Hall of Famer in Barrera in only his 21st fight and now he has to produce the same form against Kotelnik who is a good hard fighter.” (more…)
“Mike Jones is being frozen out by the networks,” said promoter Russell Peltz of his undefeated welterweight prospect. “Jones is 17 and 0 with 15 knockouts. He ranked #10 by the IBF and the WBA, plus he is #11 by the WBO.” A pro since 2005, Jones broke into the world ratings in 2008 by scoring knockouts over veterans Juliano Ramos and Luciano Perez, plus decisions over experienced opponents Germaine Sanders and Gilbert Venegas. It was the sixth-round knockout by Jones over Ramos in August 2008 that earned him the vacant NABA 147-pound title. “Why can’t he get on ESPN2 or ShoBox or HBO’s Boxing After Dark?” asked Peltz. Answering his own question, Peltz replied: “Because there is a ‘closed-shop mentality’ at the TV networks. Everybody knows what is going on. Why do fighters like James De La Rosa and Luis Carlos Abregu, both of whom flat out rejected Jones, get dates while Jones gets shunned? The networks are throwing a birthday party and giving gifts to particular promoters and fighters but not to Mike Jones. And only particular promoters and their fighters are invited to party. Jones will fight De La Rosa, Abregu, (Andre) Berto, (Luis) Collazo, (Delvin) Rodriguez, or (Luis) Abregu but they will not fight Mike Jones! Where is the invitation to the birthday party for Mike Jones?”
Jones is scheduled to defend his NABA title against Larry Mosley at Bally’s in Atlantic City on June 6th but Peltz would like to match his fighter against top-ten contender or a champion. “Mosley is a hard-nosed veteran. He went twelve rounds with Saul Alvarez in his last fight (Oct 2008). Alvarez is now the #3 contender in the WBC and the #8 contender in the WBA. We would prefer to fight Alvarez but he is not available.”
World champion Edwin ‘Superman’ Valero, 25-0 with 25 KOs and the biggest KO artist in boxing since Mike Tyson was in his prime, will next fight July 25 on Top Rank’s Latin Fury 9 pay per view. Bob Arum of Top Rank said he is looking for a lightweight challenger “…but it is difficult to find someone brave enough to face Superman. “After all, nobody wants to become #26 on the Hit Parade,” said Arum. Valero, 27, of Bolero Alto, Venezuela is the WBC Lightweight champion. Top Rank will soon announce more details about the July 25 event.
Tickets are on sale at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for Top Rank’s May 1 card featuring Urbano Antillon vs. Tyrone ‘Fists of Fury’ Harris in a lightweight fight. Tickets at $75, $50, $35 and $20 are available on Ticketmaster.com and at the Hard Rock box office.
Looks like unbeaten Olympic heavyweight gold medal winner Odlanier Solis (13-0, 9 KOs) and longtime heavyweight contender Fres Oquendo (29-5, 18 KOs) will collide on the May 22 ESPN2 show. The bout will take place at the famous Fontainebleau Hotel directly on Miami Beach. The bout will be a step up in class for Solis, who has impressed against lesser competition. Oquendo is coming off a controversial split decision loss to James Toney in December.
By Scott Foster
Jeff Lacy is a risk taker. Never one to fight from the backseat, Lacy is most comfortable with his foot lodged firmly on the gas pedal, walking down his opponents like a beefed up BMW barreling down the autobahn. So rather than settle for the customary tune-up in the wake of the Taylor loss, Lacy chose to roll the dice instead, forming his own promotional company with an eye on illuminating the burgeoning Florida fight scene. “Left Hook Promotions” will kick-off it’s inaugural event this Friday night at the USF Sun Dome when Jeff Lacy (24-2, 17 KOs) takes on Otis Griffin (19-4-2, 7 KOs), winner of Oscar De La Hoya’s boxing reality show, “The Next Great Champ.” (more…)
By Anthony Springer Jr.
Today’s UFC 97: Redemption conference call offered a brief glimpse into what fans can expect on April 18 at the sold-out Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada, when the UFC middleweight champion, Anderson “The Spider” Silva (23-4) looks to add on to his growing legacy when he meets Thales Leites (14-1) in the night’s main event. (more…)
A press conference was held today to officially announce a heavyweight showdown between Timo Hoffmann (38-6-1, 22 KOs) and the “White Buffalo” Francois Botha (47-4-2, 28 KOs) on May 15 at the famous Bördelandhalle in Madeburg, Germany. Hoffmann, the only fighter ever to go the distance with WBC champion Vitali Klitschko, was on-hand in person while Botha appeared via live video chat. The fight will be for the WBF title.
Todd duBoef, president of Top Rank, announced today the hiring of boxing veteran Carl Moretti as Vice President, in charge of Boxing Operations. “We are ecstatic about Carl joining the Top Rank family,” said duBoef. “He’s a great fit for the company. He understands Top Rank’s goals and will be a huge asset in helping to achieve them. Most of all, Carl is just plain good and I can tell you right now, Top Rank is already the better for signing him.” Moretti, 48, of North Arlington, NJ, has been in the boxing business for 23 years, starting as an assistant matchmaker at Madison Square Garden’s boxing department, followed by stints as Vice President at Main Events and DiBella Entertainment. Carl and his wife Judy have two daughters, Katie, 17 and Colleen, 11. “I’m going to miss working with the gang at DiBella Entertainment, they’ve all been great. And Lou, well, he’s a man’s man and I thank him for everything he has done for me. He realized Top Rank was offering me an incredible opportunity and he gave me his blessing the second I discussed it with him,” said Moretti. “I’ve known everyone at Top Rank for a long time and I look forward to being in the same corner with them. Bob and Todd have a vision I believe in and I look forward to making that vision a reality.”
Tickets will go on sale this Friday morning for “FISTS OF THUNDER II”, an outstanding evening of world class professional boxing set for Saturday, May 2nd at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown, PA. “FISTS OF THUNDER II” is presented by Chet Koerner’s TKO BOXING Promotions, curators of the highly acclaimed national boxing series “HOMETOWN HEROES TO WORLD CHAMPIONS” and Team Taylor Made Boxing in association with Rezk Medical Supply . . . . Click here for more
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) organization today officially launched a new text alert service for mobile devices, giving fans the opportunity to receive UFC news as it happens, as well as event updates and other information about UFC . . . Click here for more
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Former IBO 130 pound world champion Billy Dib (22-1, 11 KOs) talks to Fightnews and explains why he has IBF featherweight champion Cristobal Cruz in his sights, the best win he scored in the USA, and why Sugar Shane Mosley is his greatest supporter, plus reveals that the Grange Gym will be promoting him in 2009. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
Branco Milenkovic of Branco Sports Productions has announced the undercard for the IBF junior lightweight title fight between Cassius Baloyi and Malcolm Klassen to be held at the North West University Sports Complex in Mafikeng on Saturday April 18. There are a scheduled 70 rounds of boxing with the main attraction being Baloyi’s second defence of his IBF belt against the mandatory challenger Malcolm Klassen. The 34-year-old Baloyi 36-3-1; 19 who has won six world organisation belts will be taking part in his 24th “world” title fight in his sixteenth year as a professional fighter. It has been reported that Baloyi will be receiving his biggest purse ever against the 28-year-old Klassen 23-4-2; 13, a former South African featherweight champion who also held the IBF junior lightweight belt for less than six months. This will be Klassen’s third “world” title fight and also his richest purse ever. (more…)
Two-division world champion Paul Williams (36-1, 27 KOs) battles former undisputed junior middleweight world Champion Winky Wright (51-4-1, 25 KOs) this Saturday at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. Owner of world titles at welterweight and junior middleweight, Williams is now chasing after glory at middleweight. With wins over Antonio Margarito, Carlos Quintana, Sharmba Mitchell and Vernon Phillips, the 160-pound weight class had better watch out for “The Punisher.”
Get up-close and personal with Paul “The Punisher” Williams during a recent Everlast photo shoot. Learn how “The most feared man” in boxing feels about his upcoming April 11th middleweight bout with Winky Wright, and his thoughts on why even world title holders won’t meet him in the ring. Click here for more videos of the “The Punisher” in action.
Tickets for UFC 100 go on sale Thursday, April 9, at 10 AM PT for FightClub members . . . Click here for more
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