WBO 115lb champ  Inoue to invade US ring

WBO 115lb champ  Inoue to invade US ring

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Unbeaten WBO 115-pound champ Naoya “Monster” Inoue (13-0, 11 KOs) will invade the US for the first ...

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Maldonado overcomes knockdown, edges Cano

Maldonado overcomes knockdown, edges Cano

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside Photos: Robert Hughes In the main event Saturday night, outside on Tostitos Championship Plaza at The Star in Frisco, ...

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Ward: I broke him mentally and physically, Kovalev: I could have continued, this is B.S.

Ward: I broke him mentally and physically, Kovalev: I could have continued, this is B.S.

By Miguel Maravilla WBA, IBF, WBO light heavyweight champion Andre Ward and former champ Sergey Kovalev spoke about their rematch Saturday night at ...

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Full Report: Shields pounds LeBlanc

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UFC

“O” ain’t nuthin’ but a number

Poker-faced Evan Dunham wasn’t going to let it show, but as he stood in his corner and waited for the bell to ring for the third and final round of his January bout with fellow unbeaten Efrain Escudero, he was smiling on the inside. “It was kinda like a dog that sees a piece of meat and wants nothing more in the world than to go and get it,” he said. “And the act of going to get it is what he’s looking forward to.”  . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC

Poker-faced Evan Dunham wasn’t going to let it show, but as he stood in his corner and waited for the …


Boxing News

Audley vacates European belt

Audley Harrison has vacated his European heavyweight title, opening the door to a showpiece World title fight when he makes his return from injury in October. The 38-year-old had an operation on a pectoral muscle last month to correct the injury that forced him to fight one-handed against Michael Sprott from the fourth round of their European title bout at Alexandra Palace in April. The injury hampered Harrison for the remainder of the fight until he produced a stunning last-gasp knockout victory to land the title he is now surrendering.

Harrison has a number of options available to him for his early winter return, with his promoter Eddie Hearn saying there is potentially Britain’s biggest fight ever against David Haye in the pipeline. (more…)

Audley Harrison has vacated his European heavyweight title, opening the door to a showpiece World title fight when he makes …



Boxing News

Boxing Buzz

Former WBA super welterweight champion Yuri Foreman tore the meniscus and stretched ligaments in his right knee when his knee gave out in round seven against Miguel Cotto on Saturday night in Yankee Stadium. He will under go surgery and be out of action for an undisclosed period.
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It has been confirmed that it was Foreman’s trainer Joe Grier who threw the towel in the ring in round eight. Referee Arthur Mercante Jr. however ruled Foreman could continue and the bout went on one more round.
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According to East European press reports, WBO #1 Dmitry Pirog (16-0, 13 KOs) and Daniel Jacobs (20-0, 17 KOs) will collide for the vacant WBO middleweight belt former held by Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez. The bout is earmarked for the July 31 card headlined by Juan Manuel Marquez-Juan Diaz II in Las Vegas.
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Martinez, who still holds the WBC super welterweight and middleweight championships, will be accompanied by his trainer Gabriel Sarmiento and advisor Sampson Lewkowicz at the 21st Annual International Boxing Hall of Fame weekend, beginning June 10th – 13th. Martinez is keeping himself in top physical condition as he awaits his next opponent to be announced at either super welterweight or middleweight. The Argentina-born world champion is now residing in Oxnard, California.
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Martinez’ countryman, longtime WBO flyweight champion Omar Narvaez (30-0-2, 19 KOs), has relinquished the WBO flyweight belt and will remain as WBO super flyweight champion after moving up to win that vacant title in his last fight. With 16 title defenses at 112lbs, he eclipsed the Argentinian record set by Carlos Monzon.

Former WBA super welterweight champion Yuri Foreman tore the meniscus and stretched ligaments in his right knee when his knee …


Late Result

Camacho Jr. wins easily

Middleweight Hector ‘Machito’ Camacho (52-3-1, 28 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision Denny Dalton (16-9-1, 11 KOs) at poolside on Saturday night at the luxurious new Princess Hotel-Guyana, the first casino to be built in Guyana. Camacho was in command all the way, winning 98-91 on all cards. The fight was originally slated to take place on May 7 at the Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, CT, but Bris ‘O’ Promotions moved the event to Dalton’s native Guyana. Canacho claimed the vacant WBF Intercontinental belt.

Middleweight Hector ‘Machito’ Camacho (52-3-1, 28 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision Denny Dalton (16-9-1, 11 KOs) at …




Boxing News

The Empire inks Travis Kauffman

Co-Founders Greg Cohen and Barry Honig of The Empire Sports and Entertainment have announced the signing heavyweight Travis Kauffman (20-1, 16 KOs) to a promotional agreement. The 24-year-old Kauffman rebounded nicely from his only career loss (a thrilling and controversial Showtime-televised shootout with fellow contender Tony Grano) by knocking out rChris Koval in less than two rounds on May 22.

Co-Founders Greg Cohen and Barry Honig of The Empire Sports and Entertainment have announced the signing heavyweight Travis Kauffman (20-1, …


UFC

Torres gets key to city

Former World Extreme Cagefighting® bantamweight champion Miguel Angel Torres received the Key to the City of East Chicago, Ind. on Friday. Born and raised in East Chicago, the 29-year-old was also honored by city officials with “Miguel Angel Torres Day” for his dedication to bettering the community.

“It was truly an honor to be recognized by my hometown,” Torres, who owns a gym in Northwest Indiana that specializes in mentoring the area’s youth, said. “East Chicago is a community filled with hard working people and I am proud to represent this city.”

Photo: Torres is awarded the Key to the City of East Chicago, Ind., from Mayor George Pabey, as well as a proclamation declaring June 4, 2010 as “Miguel Angel Torres Day.” (Photo credit: The Times of Northwest Indiana)

Former World Extreme Cagefighting® bantamweight champion Miguel Angel Torres received the Key to the City of East Chicago, Ind. on …


UFC

No more ghosts for Funch

There is a first time for everything in a human being’s life, and when you’re involved in mixed martial arts, the word ‘never’ isn’t part of your vocabulary. The Ultimate Fighting Championship and its five weight classes prove it all the time: who has never been stopped by knockout or technical knockout, was never submitted or decisioned, destroying unbeaten records with regularity?  . . . Click here for more by Martins Denis, UFC

There is a first time for everything in a human being’s life, and when you’re involved in mixed martial arts, …


Boxing News

Chavez to throw first pitch

Undefeated No. 1 super welterweight contender and son of the legend Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has been tapped to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Tomorrow’s game at Dodger Stadium, between the host Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals. Chávez will take the mound at approximately 7 P.M. PT. Chávez Jr (40-0-1, 30 KOs) is in deep training with Freddie Roach at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood for his upcoming PPV rumble against Top-10 middleweight contender “Ireland’s” John Duddy on June 26 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX.

Undefeated No. 1 super welterweight contender and son of the legend Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has been tapped to throw …



Boxing News

Calderon workout pix

Photos by Joel A. Colón/PR Best Boxing/Top Rank

World champion Ivan ‘Iron Boy’ Calderon — 33-0-1 overall and 17-0-1 in world title fights – looked sharp in a workout today in New York as he gets set for a title defense on Saturday in the Theatre at Madison Square Garden. Calderon will defend against Jesus Irbie of Mexico in a WBO junior flyweight title fight. Calderon, 35, has been a world champion continuously for seven years. He is trained by Jose ‘Che Che’ Sanchez. (more…)

Photos by Joel A. Colón/PR Best Boxing/Top Rank World champion Ivan ‘Iron Boy’ Calderon — 33-0-1 overall and 17-0-1 in …


Boxing News

PR Governor welcomes Cotto

Puerto Rico Governor Luis A. Fortuño welcomed WBA super welter champion Miguel Cotto in his residence at “La Fortaleza” in el Viejo San Juan. “Miguel had a great performance in his last fight. He give away joy and happiness to all the Puerto Ricans. We are proud of our champion,” Governor Fortuño said. Cotto commented, “It’s always good to be welcomed in your country. This was a victory for Puerto Rico.”

Puerto Rico Governor Luis A. Fortuño welcomed WBA super welter champion Miguel Cotto in his residence at “La Fortaleza” in …


Exclusive

Open letter from Marcos Maidana

In an exclusive letter to Fightnews.com, WBA super lightweight champ Marcos Maidana talks about the cancelled fight against Timothy Bradley and publicly asks Golden Boy Promotions and Universum to show any possible contracts with him

Dear boxing fans and press members,

The last time you have seen me I was celebrating my first victory in Las Vegas, as I knocked out Victor Cayo last March 27 on HBO and thus I proudly retained the WBA Interim Super Lightweight title for the second time. I can`t tell you how happy I was as my career seemed to go the right direction. That night I thought I was establishing a name for myself in the US and new great opportunities were coming for me after that.

However, a series of unexpected events have unfolded ever since affecting me to the point that even retirement crossed my mind. However, I consider myself a true warrior, so I will fight for my rights until the end. I know most of you may be surprised to hear that. Surely, not as much surprised as I am myself, of course.

First of all, let me make it clear that I am in perfect health condition, so nothing of this has anything to do with injuries or any medical problems. I only have very serious managerial problems that have led me to a huge disappointment and uncertainty regarding my future. (more…)

In an exclusive letter to Fightnews.com, WBA super lightweight champ Marcos Maidana talks about the cancelled fight against Timothy Bradley …


Boxing News

Andre Ward Training Video

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Ennis-Rosado July 30

Junior middleweight Derek ‘Pooh’ Ennis will defend his United States Boxing Association (USBA) junior middleweight title against ‘King’ Gabriel Rosado in an all-Philadelphia showdown Friday evening, July 30, at the Arena (formerly New Alhambra), 7 West Ritner Street in South Philadelphia. The scheduled 12-round championship fight tops a seven-bout card which begins at 7.30 p.m.

“Philadelphia’s boxing history has been punctuated by some of the fiercest neighborhood brawls,” said Hall-of-Fame promoter J Russell Peltz. “You can go all the way back to Lew Tendler in the early days of the century and run right through my career with matches like Bennie Briscoe vs. Cyclone Hart. These are the local fights that made Philly a boxing capitol for a long time. I hope the Ennis-Rosado fight can help to jump-start other potential local matches which can help Philadelphia reclaim its place among the best boxing towns in the country.” (more…)

Junior middleweight Derek ‘Pooh’ Ennis will defend his United States Boxing Association (USBA) junior middleweight title against ‘King’ Gabriel Rosado …


Boxing News

Cunningham: It was a clean shot

In response to negative commentary from the Canadian media, IBF cruiserweight champion Steve ‘USS’ Cunningham has commented on the circumstances that caused his fight with Troy Ross being stopped by the ringside doctor. “The punch that caused the cut was a clean shot,” stated Cunningham, “the ref declared so in the ring and even following the fight after seeing the replay. Unfortunately, these things happen in boxing, it is part of the sport. My plan for the near future is to rest up a little and meet with my team about what is next.”

In response to negative commentary from the Canadian media, IBF cruiserweight champion Steve ‘USS’ Cunningham has commented on the circumstances …


Boxing News

WBA Congratulates Cotto

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Recovering WBA Excutive vice president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza has congratulated new WBA middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, who Saturday night dethroned Yuri Foreman by TKO in the ninth round at Yankee Stadium in New York City. “Miguel is a pleasure to have you back among our champions,” said Mendoza. “It was a pleasure to see your speed, strength and good movement in the ring. I heartily wish you success at this stage of your career.”

By Gabriel F. Cordero Recovering WBA Excutive vice president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza has congratulated new WBA middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, …


Boxing News

Huck returns August 21

Photo Wende

Marco “Captain” Huck (29-1, 22 KOs) will make a fourth defence of his WBO Cruiserweight Title in Erfurt, Germany on August 21. The 25-year-old champion comes off a spectacular TKO victory over Brian “The Beast” Minto, who was knocked down three times before the fight was stopped. The opponent will be named soon. “I look forward to returning to action,” he said. “I don´t care who I will fight. As the world champion, there are no easy tasks for me. I will defeat anybody my team picks for me.”

Huck will be traveling to Canastota, New York later this week to attend the Hall of Fame Weekend as Wilfried Sauerland will be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. “This is a very special moment for Mr. Sauerland and I am thrilled to join him on this very special trip,” Huck said. “I have heard so many great things about the Hall of Fame Weekend. I cannot wait to attend the events and meet all the living boxing legends. I am sure it will be a trip to remember for a lifetime.”

Marco “Captain” Huck (29-1, 22 KOs) will make a fourth defence of his WBO Cruiserweight Title in Erfurt, Germany on …



Late Result

Waters defeats Comer

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos by Tim Barry

World rated 154-pounder Ryan Waters (20-2-2, 12 KOs) dominated former Australian champion Gary Comer (20-9-1, 7 KOs) over twelve rounds with the WBO Oriental and WBO Asia Pacific titles up for grabs at the Cronulla leagues club, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Friday. WBO#7 Waters boxed aggressively in all the rounds of untidy bout. Scores Charlie Lucas 118-111, Kevin Hogan 119-111, Leanne Jones 118-110. Waters is trained by former Australian champion David Birchell who also trains world super middleweight contender Sakio Bika. In support, light heavyweight Michael Van Nimwegen (3-0, 2 KOs) stopped Daniel Daley (1-2, 1 KO) in four rounds. Promoter Left Hook Promotions. Click here for more photos…

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Photos by Tim Barry World rated 154-pounder Ryan Waters (20-2-2, 12 KOs) dominated …


UFC

TUF 12 goes into production

Twenty-eight of the best up-and-coming lightweight (155 lbs)mixed martial artists from around the world have convened in Las Vegas in pursuit of one goal, to claim the title of the “ULTIMATE FIGHTER” and the guaranteed six-figure contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship® that comes with it. Production on “The Ultimate Fighter” begins this week. (more…)

Twenty-eight of the best up-and-coming lightweight (155 lbs)mixed martial artists from around the world have convened in Las Vegas in …


UFC

Blueprint: Liddell-Franklin

It all started on April 2, 2004—officially, at least. Unofficially, it began at least two years earlier. On June 22, 2002, Chuck Liddell scored a late knockdown to secure a unanimous decision victory over mixed martial arts mega star Vitor Belfort. It was Liddell’s ninth consecutive professional victory and sixth in a row in the UFC. He was, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the number one contender for the 205-lb belt then worn by Tito Ortiz . . . Click here for more by Michael DiSanto, UFC

It all started on April 2, 2004—officially, at least. Unofficially, it began at least two years earlier. On June 22, 2002, …


Boxing News

Cotto-Foreman Photo/Report

Ringside Report: Matt Richardson and Mariano A. Agmi
Photos: Ed Mulholland

So much for being washed up. Former two-division title-holder Miguel Cotto made a triumphant return to the ring on Saturday in his first fight since losing to Manny Pacquiao, when he stopped WBA junior middleweight title-holder Yuri Foreman on a body shot in the ninth round in front of 20,272 mainly Cotto fans at the new Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. (More)

Ringside Report: Matt Richardson and Mariano A. Agmi Photos: Ed Mulholland So much for being washed up. Former two-division title-holder …


Full Report

Report/gallery: Tijuana

Ringside report and photos by Felipe Leon

From Tijuana’s Municipal Auditorium, Zanfer Promotions presented the first round of their bantamweight eight-man tournament “Guante Azteca (Aztec Glove).” The single elimination contest boasted the best up-and-coming bantamweight prospects in northern Baja California and surrounding areas. The winner pockets $5,000 plus the chance to compete in the Mexican reality TV show “Campeon Azteca,” televised nationally in Mexico by the Azteca channel later this year . . . Click here for full report/gallery

Ringside report and photos by Felipe Leon From Tijuana’s Municipal Auditorium, Zanfer Promotions presented the first round of their bantamweight …


Full Report

Report/gallery: Gesta-Meza

Ringside report by Christopher P. Cook
Photos by Scott Foster

Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta won the vacant WBO Americas lightweight title in an exciting and well-fought battle against Oscar “Estudiante” Meza.

Televised live on Telemundo and in front of a packed audience at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa, Florida, Gesta (18-0-1, 8 KOs) dominated Meza (19-4-0, 17 KOs) from the first bell. It was an impressive performance that netted the young Filipino his first belt in what seems to be a bright future . . . click here for more

Ringside report by Christopher P. Cook Photos by Scott Foster Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta won the vacant WBO Americas lightweight …


Feature Story

Calderon in NYC

Photos by Joel Colon PR Best Boxing/Top Rank

One of the best boxers in the world, Ivan “Iron Boy” Calderon, the WBO 108 pound world champion, is ready to take another bite of the big apple on the eve of the Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City. Calderon, a two time world champion, will take on Jesus “Azul” Iribe of Mexico in the main event of “Top Rank Live” this Saturday night in the Theater at Madison Square Garden in a fight that will be televised by Fox Sports Net and Fox Sports en Español and on Pay-per-view in Puerto Rico. Calderon arrived on Friday Night in New York. For more details and photos click here…

Photos by Joel Colon PR Best Boxing/Top Rank One of the best boxers in the world, Ivan “Iron Boy” Calderon, …


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Steve Cunningham speaks

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Boxing News

Telefutura back in San Diego

By Felipe Leon

After a five year hiatus, Spanish language channel Telefutura makes its triumphant return to San Diego, CA, when Golden Boy Promotions in association with Bobby D. Presents, Don Chargin Productions and Jorge Marron Productions present “Solo Boxeo Tecate” on Friday, June 11th, from the 4 Points Sheraton Hotel. Matchmaker Jorge Marron has put together an interesting card featuring many up and coming local prospects. In the main event, undefeated California State super bantamweight champion Christopher “SD Kid” Martin (17-0-2, 5KOs) of San Diego defends his title against rugged Adolfo “El Terror” Landeros (20-13-1, 9KOs) of Mexico City, MX, in a scheduled eight round bout. (more…)

By Felipe Leon After a five year hiatus, Spanish language channel Telefutura makes its triumphant return to San Diego, CA, …


Announcement

Ten Count for “Nails”

One of America’s first female boxing writers, Catherine “Nails” Greene died at 5:12 p.m. Saturday at St. Luke’s / Roosevelt Hospital in New York City, NY. “Nails” worked with both her husband, “Broadway” Ben Greene, who was a well-known boxing writer in the Big Apple, and her son contributing to the monthly boxing column GREENE: “On The Fistic Scene.” She was also a contributor to the old “Boxing Illustrated” magazine. Greene had been in and out of hospitals and nursing homes since Thanksgiving, and was most recently hospitalized on May 12th. Known to her readers and friend’s as “Nails,” Greene was in a near coma for several days but awoke on Friday, May 28, the 20th anniversary of the death of her husband. Greene is survived by her son, David Greene, who is a photojournalist for FightNews.com. You may send your thoughts to David at Newsaddik@aol.com

One of America’s first female boxing writers, Catherine “Nails” Greene died at 5:12 p.m. Saturday at St. Luke’s / Roosevelt …


Boxing News

Edgar Sosa: I’m back!

Courtesy Alma Montiel

By Robert Coster

“I’m back,” said an elated Edgar Sosa after his impressive two round kayo victory over Roberto “Mako” Leyva, a former titleholder, yesterday in Acapulco. The congenial former Jr flyweight champion (38-6, 22 KOs), with manager Jacques Deschamps by his side, took time to answer a few questions from Fightnews about the bout and future plans. (more…)

By Robert Coster “I’m back,” said an elated Edgar Sosa after his impressive two round kayo victory over Roberto “Mako” …


Feature Story

Barrera gets ready to return

Photos: Rafael Soto/Top Rank

Marco Antonio Barrera was known as “The Baby Face Assassin” when he started out at the Inglewood Forum in California. Fast forward 20 years later and Barrera is still a recognized name in boxing and will surely end up in the Boxing Hall of Fame on day, but not yet, he still wants one more thing out of boxing. “I want to win a fourth world title and its something that motivates me to train and to fight and to keep going,” said Barrera, a three-time world champion.

The 36 year old, Barrera is coming back into the ring after a 15-month lay-off, as he will take on Adailton De Jesus on Saturday, June 26 at the Alamodome of San Antonio, Texas in the co-main event of “Latin Fury 15” a pay-per-view card presented by Top Rank and Zanfer Promotions. (more…)

Photos: Rafael Soto/Top Rank Marco Antonio Barrera was known as “The Baby Face Assassin” when he started out at the …


Boxing News

Mendoza Jr. out of hospital

By Gabriel F. Cordero

WBA Executive vice president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza was released on Sunday afternoon from the Hospital Punta Pacifica in Panama, after being admitted on Friday with chest pains. Dr. Themistocles Diaz said Mendoza “suffered a mild heart attack” and should rest at home for least two weeks. It will be eight weeks before he’s completely back to his normal routine.

By Gabriel F. Cordero WBA Executive vice president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza was released on Sunday afternoon from the Hospital Punta …


Boxing Result

Johnson decisions Lucero

By Sam DiTusa at ringside

Welterweight Dashon Johnson improved to (10-2-3) Saturday night in Renton, Washington with a decisive six round unanimous decision over rugged Mike Lucero (12-16) on the debut card of GUY PROMOTIONS. The Johnson-Lucero fight was a rematch of a draw the two fought two months ago. (more…)

By Sam DiTusa at ringside Welterweight Dashon Johnson improved to (10-2-3) Saturday night in Renton, Washington with a decisive six …


Feature Story

More on Sylvester/Cunningham

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Sebastian Sylvester defended his IBF middleweight title on Saturday night in Neubrandenburg when he and mandatory challenger Roman Karmazin settled for a draw in front of a wild crowd of 4,500 fans. After 12 close rounds, the scores were 118-111, 111-117 and 114-114. “I am pleased to have defended my title,” Sylvester said. “It was a close, tough fight. Although Karmazin was more active, I landed the clearer shots. I think I was up a few rounds.” (more…)

Sebastian Sylvester defended his IBF middleweight title on Saturday night in Neubrandenburg when he and mandatory challenger Roman Karmazin settled …


Boxing News

Boxing Returns to Yankee Stadium

Photos by Tom Briglia/Top Rank

On Saturday night, boxing returned to the famed Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, for the first time since 1976 when Muhammad Ali defeated Ken Norton by a 15-round decision at the original Yankee Stadium. The former home of the Yankees hosted 46 nights of boxing matches, including 30 championship bouts, over its 86-year history. Miguel Cotto’s win over Yuri Foreman was the first event in the new Yankee Stadium located right next to the site of its predecessor. (more…)

Photos by Tom Briglia/Top Rank On Saturday night, boxing returned to the famed Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, …


Announcement

TKO hits Lake Tahoe

Advance tickets are now on sale for TKO Championship Boxing, an action packed evening featuring some of the best young stars in the sport, on Saturday, June 26th at The MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Headlined by a WBO World Lightweight Youth Title bout featuring sensational prospect Terence Crawford, tickets, starting at $25, can be purchased through Ticketmaster (ticketmaster.com) or the MontBleu Box Office (775-588-3515) . . . click here for more

Advance tickets are now on sale for TKO Championship Boxing, an action packed evening featuring some of the best young …


UFC

MacDonald: Future is now

Rory MacDonald was like any other teenager when he walked into the mixed martial arts gym in Kelowna, British Columbia. When he walked out, he turned into probably the most focused and determined 14-year old you would ever meet . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC

Rory MacDonald was like any other teenager when he walked into the mixed martial arts gym in Kelowna, British Columbia. …


Feature Story

Cotto-Foreman Quick Quotes

By Alex Dombroff
Photo by Ed Mulholland

Miguel Cotto: My jab is back. My movement is back. The punch that finished the fight, the left hook to the body, was back too… I didn’t use my jab much in the fourth round, and that’s the point where Yuri Foreman took advantage… I felt pretty good fighting at 154. Boxing, for me, is a business. If we get offered something better at 147, we can get back to 147.

Yuri Foreman: I felt good. Physically, I felt good. I am going to take some time off and get back in the gym… (on the knee) It’s an old injury from when I was a kid. I fell on my bike when I was 15. I’ve always wore a knee brace to protect it… There was a lot of commotion. Arthur Mercante asked me if I wanted to continue. I said “of course.” I wanted to continue. In my mind, it wasn’t over. I still threw punches. I was trying to think optimistically. For more details and photos click here…

By Alex Dombroff Photo by Ed Mulholland Miguel Cotto: My jab is back. My movement is back. The punch that …










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