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Dominic Wade 162.5/161 vs. Sam Soliman 161.4
Erickson Lubin 152.4 vs. Ayi Bruce 151.4
Oscar Rivas 244 vs. Jason Pettaway 222
The scheduled co-feature between unbeaten lightweight and former Marine and 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Captain Jamel Herring and Oscar Cortes was cancelled Thursday when Cortez came in overweight.
Venue: Little Creek Casino in Shelton, Washington
Promoter: TGB Promotions
Paul Mendez 163 vs. David Lopez 167
Adrian Rodriguez 126 vs. Michael Gaxiola 124
Andy Vences 131 vs.Santiago Guevara 130
Alan Sanchez 155 vs.Carlos Lozano ??
Oscar Rojas 134 vs. Percy Peterson 133.5
Venue: Salinas Storm House, Salinas, California
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: Fox Sports 1
BKB announced today that Tyrone Spong will no longer be participating in the BKB3 heavyweight championship bout against Julian Pollard this Saturday at the Mandalay Bay Event Center. Spong sustained an injury during training earlier this week and has been deemed unable to participate. This has opened the door for San Jose southpaw Rodney Hernandez (7-2-1, 1 KO), who will now face Pollard for a chance to become BKB’s first heavyweight champion. Other announced bouts include jr middleweight Jesus Soto Karass against Adrian Granados and middleweight Shane Mosley, Jr. against Jason Kelly.
Photo: Stacey Verbeek
Maurice Hooker 140 vs Eduardo Galindo 145
* Galindo made several attempts to drop weight and failed.
Tony Mack 166 vs Joshua Robertson 164
Manuel Rey Rojas 135 vs Robert Rodriguez 135
Hector Valdez 124 vs Jazzma Hogue 125
Fernando Garcia 124 vs Henry Sacul 124
Raul Cespedes 135 vs Cesar Lopez 132
Carlos Adame Jr 129 vs Thomas Herrera 128.5
Enver Halili 148 vs Isiah Peterson 146.5
* Halili over 1 lb
Rege Harrison 138.5 vs Anthony Hi
Venue: Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, Dallas, Texas
Photos: Greg Cohen Promotions
Dennis Hogan 151 vs. Kenny Abril 152
Tony Luis 137.5 vs. Edward Valdez 136
Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller 268 vs. Excell Holmes
Bakhtiyer Eubov 150 vs. Jason Thompson 146
Joe Greene 169 vs. Guy Packer 165
Hoshuan Sambolin 133 vs. Anthony Dave 139
Daniel Dejesus TBA vs. Josue Rivera TBA
Venue: Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino, Niagara Falls, NY
Promoter: Greg Cohen Promotions
TV: CBS Sports Network
In light of recent reports regarding the status of UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, UFC has received official medical confirmation from several doctors that Aldo did not suffer a broken rib. Following a review of the scans, it has been determined that the champion suffered a bone bruise to his rib and cartilage injury during training . . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Miquel Maravilla
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Undefeated WBA super lightweight world champion Jessie Vargas and former two-division world champion Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. faced off Thursday during the final press conference for their WBO welterweight world title fight on Saturday at StubHub Center in Carson, California.
Timothy Bradley: “This place brings back horrific memories against Ruslan Provodnikov…Saturday night’s gonna be an entertaining fight. Once again I’m fighting a young, hungry, determined champion. Like I always say, ‘Bring on the best!’
“I have nothing against you Erik Morales. What happened two days ago on that rant was because as soon as I got out of the car, I’m tired, I’m hungry, I gotta take a piss, and I hear somebody saying something negative about myself and my team. It kinda caught me by surprise. So when I went off on that rant, it was because I was angry because of everything that was going on. So I got a lot of respect for you, Erik. I appreciate what you do in the sport. You were a tremendous fighter, Hall of Fame fighter, so there’s no bad blood. I’m just letting you know that.”
Jessie Vargas: “Erik knows what’s best. I want to fight as he did, but in my style as well…I can assure you from this side that we won’t stop throwing punches.”
Erik Morales: “The Mexican boxing style is the best in the world. It has emotion, it has power and ‘muchos blanquillos.’ Jessie Vargas is ready.”
Joel Diaz: “Tim Bradley is ready to go…he fights just like a Mexican as well. Everybody knows he has a lot of ‘blanquillos.'”
Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank
Gilberto Ramirez 168 vs. Derek Edwards 168
(WBO International super middleweight title)
Diego Magdaleno 134.75 vs. Chelo Gonzalez 134.75
(WBO International lightweight title)
Esquiva Falcao 159.25 vs. Aaron Drake 157.5
Eduardo Garza 125 vs. Carlos Trevino 124.25
Marc Torres 140 vs. Omar Reyes 140
Brandon Figueroa 119 vs. Ricardo Mena 119.75
Venue: State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Promoter: Top Rank
By Kurt Wolfheimer at the scale
Denis Douglin 166l vs. Cameron Allen 164 lbs.
Eddie Edmond 157 vs. Lionel Charles 152 lbs.
Chris Velez 145 vs. Carlos Nieves 147 lbs.
Alvin Varmall Jr. 198 vs. Antwaun Taylor 199 lbs.
Dustin Fleischer 145 vs. Stacey Anderson 145 lbs.
Venue: Robert Treat Hotel
Promoter: Edmonds Promotions
Matchmaker: Renee Aiken
Online sportsbooks have established Timothy Bradley as a -400 favorite to defeat unbeaten Jessie Vargas on Saturday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Vargas backers can get +325. The over/under is 9.5 rounds with “over” at -650 and “under” at +475. HBO will televise.
WBA mandatory title challenger Lucas Browne has laid down the gauntlet to WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, telling Wilder to name the time and place for a fight. Browne, who is treading water waiting to challenge for Ruslan Chagaev’s WBA “regular” crown, began goading Wilder following the Alabama-native’s performance against Eric Molina earlier this month. Wilder has this week responded in a video posted online, saying the matter is now “personal” and that Browne may well be his next fight
“I saw Deontay’s video and wasn’t really impressed,” Lucas said. “Deontay says ‘I don’t believe in myself’. Anyone who knows me, knows that could not be further from the truth. I believe I’m the hardest hitting heavyweight in the world. There’s no doubt in my mind of that.
“He said he hopes I continue to climb the rankings… well I’m already ranked above his last opponent, Eric Molina, who would be lucky to last three rounds with me. He gave Wilder a tough fight. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing
WBO #11, WBA #13 super middleweight Zac Dunn (17-0, 15 KOs) will clash with Max Bursak (31-3, 14 KOs) over twelve rounds for the vacant IBO world title on Saturday at Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, Victoria Australia. Dunn, 24 years of age, stands 6’1 and was born and resides in Melbourne. He scored his best win in March when he stopped world rated Beibi Berrocal in two rounds.
Bursak, 30, was born in Kiev, Ukraine and stands six fee tall. He is coming off a one round stoppage of Chris Herrmann in April. His only losses were to Hassan N’Dam, Martin Murray and Jarrod Fletcher. He holds a 2010 win over Bryan Vera.
Officials for the IBO title bout are supervisor Steve Scott (New Zealand), referee Bruce McTavish (Philippines), judges David Craig (New Zealand), Cherdchaichanon Sricharat (Thailand) and Kriangsak Thonghong (Thailand).
Winning is a beautiful thing. It can also cloud a fighter’s judgment, making him ignore things that otherwise couldn’t be ignored. Even a loss like the one Eddie Gordon suffered against Josh Samman could be washed away with the simple sentence “I just got caught.” . . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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Amir Khan denies talks with Pacquiao camp, prefers Mayweather
It all started on Tuesday afternoon when former two-division world champion Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. (31-1-1, 12 KOs), of Palm Springs, Calif., arrived at his fight week hotel and was asked about his upcoming welterweight world title fight against undefeated World Boxing Association (WBA) super lightweight world champion Jessie Vargas (26-0, 9 KOs), of Las Vegas, NV.
“Jessie Vargas? I’m going to whup his ass on Saturday! And if [trainer Erik] Morales got a problem and he wants some he can get some at the end of the year too. I’m going to beat his boy,” declared Bradley. “Then I can come back and I’ll beat his [Morales] behind. He can come out of retirement. We can fight at a catchweight – 154 pounds…200 pounds — and I’m going to whup your ass next! I’m fired up for this! Thank you for firing me up. That Saturday night is going to be a good night. It’s going to be a good night for Team Bradley. I’m going to walk out that ring with another belt strapped around me.”
When Vargas and Morales were confronted with Bradley’s statements at their media workout today here is what they had to say:
“I’m not surprised. He is cracking up from the pressure of fight week,” said Vargas. “He’s obviously very intimated by what he is about to face on Saturday night. This fight will be his downfall. I have had the greatest training camp. I have never felt stronger or hit harder. Erik has been an incredible trainer and who better to learn from then one of the greatest pound for pound champions of his era? We know everything about Bradley. This was a Jessie Vargas training camp in an Erik Morales style.”
“Bradley wants to fight me? Insane,” responded Morales, a former four-division world champion and future Hall of Famer. “He should be worrying about Jessie giving him a rematch. Bradley needs to get by Jessie and he won’t. I assure you Jessie will win on Saturday and from the way Bradley is acting out, it sounds like he knows it.”
Boxing’s number one attraction Floyd “Money” Mayweather continues to rack up career accolades as it was announced today that he has been nominated for the 2015 ESPY Award for “Best Fighter.” With this nomination, Mayweather has the opportunity to win his seventh “Best Fighter” ESPY and fourth in a row.
Fans can vote not at http://espn.go.com/espys/2015/. Voting closes on Wednesday, July 15 prior to the ESPY’s telecast at 8 p.m. ET.
Mayweather is fresh off of his historic victory in May over Manny Pacquiao in a fight that captured the attention of the world while breaking numerous records. This event generated an astounding $600 million, making it the most the most lucrative one-day sporting event in history. (more…)
World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman was presented with The Keys to the city of Miami by its Mayor Tomas Regalado on Wednesday at City Hall. Mayor Regalado noted that in the same place back in 2013, he had honored José Sulaimán the same way and this time he had the honor of presenting the Keys to the City to Jose’s son Maurcio Sulaiman for his outstanding support encompassing boxing.
“It is an extraordinary privilege for me receiving this great distinction. I have mixed emotions. As Mayor Regalado mentioned, my dear father was once here in this place receiving this same honor. I am deeply thankful and grateful to Mayor Tomas Regalado and as the son of Jose Sulaiman I am committed to keep working for benefit of our beloved sport,” said Mauricio. (more…)
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Undefeated WBA super lightweight world champion Jessie Vargas(R) and trainer/legendary champion Erik Morales(L) work out during media day at Fortunes Boxing Gym Wednesday for his upcoming title fight against former two-division world champion and highly-rated pound for pound fighter Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. , Saturday, June 27, at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.
Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Tecate, this exciting event will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.
Greg Cohen of Greg Cohen Promotions has announced the signing of undefeated middleweight Rob “Bravo” Brant (15-0, 9 KOs) to a promotional contract. The 24-year-old Brant, a former amateur star, will be completing July 17 at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Bethlehem Pennsylvania on the non-televised portion of a ShoBox card. His team includes head trainer is Derrick James, assistant trainer Nathan Pipitone and cut man/strength and conditioning coach Jeremy Clark. He lives in Minnesota and prepares for his fights in Dallas.
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank
Undefeated Mexican knockout artist Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, the #2 world-rated super middleweight contender and #3-world rated lightweight contender Diego Magdaleno hosted their final press conference today at the State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas. Ramirez and Magdaleno will be headlining in separate WBO International title fights, this Friday, June 26, at State Farm Arena. Ramirez will rumble with Derek “The Black Lion” Edwards. Magdaleno will battle one-time world title challenger Jose “Chelo” Gonzalez, currently world-rated #3 by the WBO. Both title fights will be televised live on The MetroPCS Friday Night Knockout on truTV® at 10:00 p.m. ET. The live boxing series is presented by truTV and Top Rank, and produced in association with HBO Sports.
Remaining tickets to the Ramirez-Edwards boxing event, priced at $35, $25, $15, plus VIP tables of ten (10) at $800, $650 and $550, can be purchased at the State Farm Arena box office, online at www.ticketmaster.com or by phone at (956) 843-6688.
By Gabriel F Cordero
Super middleweight Marco Antonio Peribán (21-3-1, 13 KOs) said he has been waiting for a big fight like this Saturday against Carlos Adan Jerez (42-18-3, 18 KOs) at the Civic Center in Ecatepec, Mexico State on an event presented by Promociones del Pueblo and broadcast in Mexico on Televisa. “I’m excited to get back into the ring,” said Periban. “My opponent has a great record, the numbers speak in boxing and I can see that I have a tough opponent because he has almost the same number of knockouts as the total number of my fights. It’s an interesting challenge, but I’m ready. I want to face Chavez Jr., Andre Ward and Carl Froch among others because I’m sure I can beat them. My dream is to be a world champion.”
Also in action, former female world champion Yessica “Kika” Chavez (22-4-3, 4 KOs) will face Magdalena “Chiqui” Rivera (5-2, 1 KO).
Photo: Banner Promotions
Super Middleweight contender Bryan Vera (23-9, 14 KO’s) and Rocky Fielding (20-0, 11 KO’s) held a media workout Tuesday in advance of their bout on Friday.
The fight will take place at the Echo Arena, and he is with his team that consists of his brother Gilbert, manager David Watson and Matthew Rowland, Vice-President of Banner Promotions.
“We did a media day in front of a good crowd in Liverpool. We did a small workout for the crowd. Rocky fielding showed up after me and did his thing for the crowd,” Said Vera
“I am ready to bring back the belt. I am ready and feel great fighting at 168. I have fought many great fighters. I have been tested time and time again. Rocky Fielding knows that this is not his typical fight. He’s fighting a warrior and I’m coming to win. That I know.”
Dmitriy Salita’s Salita Promotions has announced the signing of former world title challenger Alexander Miskirtchian, a featherweight contender born in the former Soviet Union republic of Georgia, who now resides in Belgium. Miskirtchian, 29-years-old, is 25-3-1 with 9 KOs. He last fought in March, notching a decision win in Belgium. Before that, he impressed watchers in his title clash against Evgeny Gradovich in May 2014, as he sent Gradovich to the canvas in round six, before losing a decision. The IBF and WBC have Miskirtchian ranked at #10 and #13 respectively and Salita expects him to keep on winning, and secure another title shot.
“Alex is a very talented fighter,” said Salita. “He made a very strong showing in his world title challenge against then world champion Gradovich. Now with that experience he is ready to fight the best featherweights in the world and capture the world title!”
By Miguel Maravilla
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Two-time Mexican Olympian featherweight Oscar Valdez (15-0, 14 KOs), of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico is set to take on former world title challenger Ruben “Canelito” Tamayo (25-5-4, 17 KOs), of Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico this Saturday at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California live on HBO World Championship Boxing. We caught up with Valdez during camp as he talked about his upcoming fight with Tamayo.
“Training is going good. I’m excited and anxious to get in the ring June 27th,” Valdez told Fightnews.com. Training at the Rock Gym in Carson, California with his trainer Manuel Robles, Valdez has had a grueling camp just a few miles from the venue where he will be fighting.
“We do a lot of things inside the ring with my trainer and outside the ring with my strength and conditioning coach Mark Randle. It’s not always about boxing but we also work on our strength and conditioning,” Valdez said. “I know I am in shape and I will go in there and give it my best.” (more…)
Tim Bradley Jr. promised to beat Jessie Vargas AND his new trainer Erik Morales.
It’s the kind of question you know the answer to before it is even asked, but you ask anyway, wondering if the person on the receiving end of the query has a different view on things. And no, Thiago “Marreta” Santos doesn’t have a reason other than the obvious for his popularity among fight fans . . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
WBO #8, WBA #10 heavyweight Joseph Parker (14-0, 12 KOs) will return to the ring on August 1st against WBO #11 Bowie Tupou (25-3, 17 KOs) in a scheduled twelve round bout at the Southland Stadium in Invercargill, New Zealand. Parker, at 23 years of age, is the youngest world rated heavyweight and is coming off a second round stoppage over Yakup Saglam on June 13. He holds impressive wins Frans Botha, Sherman Williams, Brian Minto and Irenu Beato Costa Junior.
Tupou is coming off a split ten round decision over former Australian champion Hunter Sam in March. Now living in Australia, Tupou was based in the USA for several years and scored wins over Donnell Holmes and Manuel Quezada but suffered losses to Bryant Jennings and Malik Scott.
By Brett Bonetti
Four Time World Champion Danny “The Green Machine” Green (33-5, 28 KO’s) held a press conference at the Crown Sports Bar in Melbourne Australia today to announce he will return to the ring to face former world title challenger Tamas Kovacs (26-1, 15 KOs) from Slovakia at Hisense Arena in Melbourne on Wednesday August 19.
Green hasn’t been in the ring since he claimed the IBO World Cruiserweight Title in Melbourne in November 2012 with his victory over New Zealander Shane Cameron.
“I felt it was time to return, I’ve enjoyed my break but it’s time to get back to business” Green said.
Green at 42 will fight Kovacs at Cruiserweight although it will be at an agreed 189.6 lb (86kg) catch weight.
The 38-year-old Kovacs is a tough opponent for The Green Machine following a long layoff, with the Slovakians only blemish coming via a three round stoppage to former WBA Light Heavyweight champion Beibut Shumenov (15-2, 10 KO’s) in a world title fight.
“Kovacs is a formidable opponent, he’s a former WBO European light heavyweight champion and he has only one loss to his name, he poses a danger” Green said.
But Green says a second fight with Anthony ‘The Man” Mundine (47-6, 27 KO’s) remains his end game and the opportunity to avenge the most hurtful defeat on his record is behind his decision to get back in the ring again.
Mundine defeated Green in 2006 via unanimous points decision in Sydney, and the two camps have been in recent contact while Green and Mundine were involved in a short and entertaining social media war.
Green has kept very busy with the 1 year anniversary of his successful gym Greenzone Fitness in Warwick in Perth happening next month, the ongoing anti-violence “Coward’s Punch” campaign, and also with the online health and fitness program “Team Danny Green”.
But for now Green says and still has a burning passion for the sport. Long-time trainer Angelo Hyder said that Green has looking great in the gym and has maintained his fighting weight.
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Timothy Bradley goes back to basics for Jessie Vargas
Former world champion Antonio DeMarco (31-5-1, 23 KOs) has decided to hang up his gloves after being defeated by Ranees Barthelemy on Sunday “I don’t want to offer excuses to all people that trusted me and my family,” said DeMarco in a statement published on the WBC website. “I am calm, but at the same time disappointed. However I do believe in cycles and mine is about to end. I want to thank God that boxing and the people always supported me. Thanks for everything you gave during my career. It’s difficult but I am sure God will set me more goals and dreams to fulfill.”
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Former two-division world champion and highly-rated pound for pound fighter Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. arrives in Los Angeles for his upcoming fight against undefeated WBA super lightweight world champion Jessie Vargas for the vacant WBO interim welterweight title , Saturday, June 27, under the stars at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.
Promoted by Top Rank®, in association with Tecate, this exciting event will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.
Undefeated Vyacheslav “Lion Heart – Chingonsky” Shabranskyy (13-0, 11 KOs) of Los Angeles will return to the ring against the undefeated Paul Parker (7-0, 4 KOs) of Toledo, Ohio in the 10-round cruiserweight main event for Golden Boy Live! on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes on June 30. The bout will take place at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia. In the co-main event, undefeated rising star, D’Mitrius Ballard (8-0, 7 KOs) will take on Josue Obando (11-5, 9 KOs) in a six-round light heavyweight fight; and fellow undefeated Lamont Roach Jr. (7-0, 3 KOs) will faceChristian Santibanez (3-4, 2 KOs) in a six-round lightweight televised bout. Fighting to make airtime, local fighter Damon Allen (6-0, 2 KOs) will go head-to-head against Luis “Yeye” Rodriguez (3-4, 2 KOs) in a six-round super lightweight swing bout.
Super Middleweight contender Bryan Vera (23-9, 14 KO’s) is in Liverpool, England and is focused for his Friday night showdown with undefeated Rocky Fielding (20-0, 11 KO’s). The fight will take place at the Echo Arena, and he is with his team that consists of his brother Gilbert, manager David Watson and Banner Promotions’ Matthew Rowland. “I have not seen much of Fielding except for what I have seen on Youtube,” stated Vera. “After I win this fight, I would love to fight one of Rocky’s stablemates in IBF Super Middleweight champion James DeGale or WBC champion Badou Jack. I know 168 pounds is my ideal weight. I feel stronger at this weight and I will put on a great performance on Friday. I am prepared for an emphatic win on Friday.”
On Saturday night, August 15, Silverspoon Promotions will present a huge night of boxing that will feature as many as 10 professional bouts at the Playground (Formerly the Caesars Pier) in Atlantic City.
Confirmed for the 10-round main event will be Heavyweight contender Chazz “The Gentleman” Witherspoon.
Witherspoon (33-3, 25 KO’s) of nearby Paulsboro, New Jersey established himself as one of the top American Heavyweights as the St. Joseph’s University graduate won his first twenty-three bouts with wins over the likes of Michael Alexander (11-0), Talmadge Griffis (24-6-3), Jonathan Haggler (18-1) before suffering his 1st defeat to future two-time world title challenger Chris Arreola via controversial disqualification. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
There are negotiations between the camps of former interim world champion Lucas Matthysse and unbeaten Viktor Postol to meet for the vacant WBC super lightweight world title on September 26 at a site to be named in the United States. The belt was recently vacated by Danny Garcia and the WBC mandated that Matthysse and Postol meet for that title. “I’m ready for the next fight with Postol,” said Matthysse. “It’s a new opportunity that I won in the ring to fight for the world title. I wish for a chance to face Mayweather or Pacquiao. I’m very confident. I’ll continue training hard and just wait for the fight.”
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