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Ishida defeats Frenchman Radeff

Ishida defeats Frenchman Radeff

By Joe Koizumi Photo by Boxing Beat If you now weigh 160 pounds, how long will you take to gain 40 pounds to become ...

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Q&A: Johnathon Banks, Part I

Q&A: Johnathon Banks, Part I

By Ognian Georgiev / Bulgaria Today Photo: Bob Ryder Heavyweight Johnathon Banks (29-2, 19 KOs) is returning to the ring after 15 months. He ...

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Mayweather-Maidana II Wrap-up

Mayweather-Maidana II Wrap-up

By David Robinett Photos: Naoki Fukuda Following Floyd Mayweather's unanimous decision victory over Marcos Maidana on Saturday night from the MGM Grand Garden Arena ...

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Opinion: Mayweather void of killer instinct

Opinion: Mayweather void of killer instinct

By Joe Koizumi Photo by Sumio Yamada The highly anticipated rematch of Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana was shown live here in Japan, ...

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Braekhus unifies WBC/WBA/IBF/WBO titles

Braekhus unifies WBC/WBA/IBF/WBO titles

Photo: Photo Wende In a history making female world title unification fight, WBC/WBA/WBO welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus (26-0, 7 KOs) pounded out a ...

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Boxing News

Mayweather defeats Maidana in one-sided bout

By David Robinett
Photos: Joel A. Colon/PRBB

Floyd Mayweather, (47-0, 26 KOs), retained his WBC and WBA welterweight titles, along with his WBC super welterweight title, with an unimpressively dominant decision over Marcos Maidana, (35-5, 31 KOs), that had the 16,144 fans in attendance at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas booing through most of the final round. Scores were 115-112, 116-111, 116-111.

Like in his only other rematch, against Jose Luis Castillo, Mayweather adjusted from the first fight by minimizing the sustained action with constant movement around the ring and grabbing his opponent when the ring was cut off.

As a consequence, Maidana did not have the early success against Mayweather that he had in their first fight, which effectively sapped the fight of any drama or competitive potential. Maidana did occasionally catch Mayweather with his right hand, but unlike their first fight where Mayweather took risks in engaging Maidana against the ropes and standing in the pocket, resulting in a memorable bout, Mayweather’s primary goal this night was to avoid danger. Ironically the most discomfort Mayweather suffered in the fight was a bizarre incident in round eight where Maidana appeared to bite Mayweather’s glove that was pressing onto Maidana’s face. Referee Kenny Bayless also deducted a point from Maidana in round ten for pushing Mayweather down with a forearm to the neck.

Mayweather was his usual gracious self in his postfight comments, thanking the fans and saying he could perform better. Photos



September 13th, 2014



UFC

Fight Night Brasilia Main: The Pit Bull Bites Back, KOs Silva

Written off by many after a lackluster effort in his June victory over Brendan Schaub, former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski announced his re-emergence into the title race Saturday night at the Ginásio Nilson Nelson in Brasilia, Brazil with a first round knockout of Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva . . . Click here for more at UFC.com

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COMING UP NEXT: UFC FIGHT NIGHT: Hunt vs. Nelson is LIVE on UFC FIGHT PASS on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 3 AM ET/12 AM PT . . . Click here for more



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Santa Cruz demolishes Roman

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME


By Miguel Maravilla at ringside

WBC super bantamweight world champion Leo “Terremoto” Santa Cruz (27-0-1, 15 KOs) of Lincoln Heights by way of Huetamo, Michoacan, Mexico, scored a second round knock out over his former sparring partner Manuel “Suavecito” Roman (17-2-3, 6 KOs) of Paramount, California, on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Santa Cruz began working the body early in the opening round as Roman boxed and circled. However an overhand right dropped Roman in round two and he struggled to get up, forcing referee Robert Byrd to stop the fight at 55 seconds. Santa Cruz remains undefeated as he improves to 28-0-1, 16 KOs. Roman drops to 17-3-3, 6 KOs.

“I trained really hard and I did what I had to do to give the fans a great fight,” Santa Cruz said. “If I had to finish fast that’s what I had to do. I just came to do my job. We train hard in the gym to make it easy in the ring…I want Guillermo Rigondeaux. I’m not scared of him. I want my manager to make the fight so I can prove I’m the best.”



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Bey tops Vazquez in snoozer

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME


By David Robinett at ringside

In a spectacle that boxing historians may one day conclude was the worst boxing match ever, Mickey Bey dethroned IBF lightweight champion Miguel Vazquez by twelve-round split decision, 115-113, 113-115, 119-109 on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Bey deserved the decision, insomuch as there had to be a winner, but the fight was devoid of any sustained action, drama, or eventually interest among the fans in attendance.

The fight started off as a jabbing contest and unfortunately did not improve from there. To his credit, Bey attempted to initiate most of the action, following Vazquez around the ring and landing occasional lead left hands in between sporadic jabs. Vazquez on the other hand went to great lengths to avoid any sustained combat, either by grabbing immediately after throwing a punch or often simply refusing to stand close enough to Bey for either fighter to engage. Ultimately the judges appeared to favor Bey’s cleaner punching, on those occasions punches were thrown, and his willingness to try and make the fight despite Vazquez’s tactics, with two of the judges awarding Bey all of the final five rounds.

“I’m #1 in the lightweight division,” Bey said. “He was #1 and now it’s me. I’m not surprised that I won, I’m just really happy. He was head-butting and holding the entire time. I won every round and I beat him with one hand (hurt his right). I told my team I wasn’t going to slip and now I’m #1 in the division.”



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

De La Rosa knocks down, upsets Angulo

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME


By Miguel Maravilla at ringside

Middleweight James De La Rosa pulled the upset over Mexican slugger Alfredo “Perro” Angulo of Mexicali, winning a ten round unanimous decision on Saturday night opening the Mayweather-Maidana pay-per-view card at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Angulo stalked De la Rosa from the opening bell, however in the closing seconds of round two, a left hand dropped Angulo. Halfway through the fight Angulo began to bleed from his right eye as De La Rosa continued to land. Referee Russell Mora deducted a point from Angulo in round seven for a low blow.

Sensing the urgency Angulo rallied late, landing power shots and staggering De La Rosa in the final round. In the end, it was too little, too late. Judges scored the bout 98-90, 96-92, and 99-89 for De La Rosa, who improves his record to 23-3, 13 KOs. Angulo suffers his third straight loss and drops to 23-5, 18 KOs.



September 13th, 2014

UFC

Fight Night Brasilia Prelims: Pepey Subs Johnson in One

Fortaleza featherweight Godofredo Pepey made it two furious finishes in a row Saturday at the Ginásio Nilson Nelson in Brasilia, Brazil, as he followed up his knockout of Noad Lahat in March with a first-round submission of Dashon Johnson in UFC Fight Night prelim action . . . Click here for more at UFC.com

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COMING UP NEXT: UFC FIGHT NIGHT: Hunt vs. Nelson is LIVE on UFC FIGHT PASS on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 3 AM ET/12 AM PT . . . Click here for more



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Soto outworks Molina

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME


By David Robinett at ringside

In a chippy affair featuring three point deductions, several warnings, and a sprinkling of bad acting, former three division champion Humberto Soto continued to stay relevant after grinding out a unanimous decision over John Molina, Jr., by scores of 95-92, 95-92, and 96-91 in a ten-round junior welterweight contest on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Soto, (65-8, 32 KOs), was able to neutralize the power of the hard-punching Molina, (27-5, 22 KOs), by consistently getting off first and peppering Molina with quick, accurate combinations before Molina could set his feet and fire. Although Molina still managed to land several hard right hands, Soto’s chin proved up to the task. Soto proved equally durable below the belt, suffering multiple low blows by Molina that resulted in two point deductions and multiple warnings by referee Jay Nady. Soto returned the favor in the final round, tagging Molina low and prompting his own point deduction from Nady, although Molina tried to generate additional points by cringing visibly in the last two rounds whenever Soto landed within several inches of his beltline. Theatrics aside, a solid win by Soto which sets him up as a future player in the division.



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Off TV Results from Las Vegas

Unbeaten Las Vegas-based cruiserweight Andrew Tabiti stopped Caleb Grummet in the last round in a scheduled six rounder. Tabiti boxed working patiently early as Grummet pressed. In round three Tahiti appeared to be breaking down Grummet working the body effectively. Grummet continued to bring it but Tabiti teed off with combinations as referee Vic Drackulich stopped the fight at 2:01 of round six. Tabiti continues his knockout streak as he improves to 8-0, 8 KOs. Grummet falls to 4-4-1, 3 KOs. – Miguel Maravilla

Junior welterweight Armando Lopes, (5-3, 1 KO), pulled off the upset unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Argentine prospect Damian Sosa, (8-1, 6 KOs), by scores of 57-56, 58-55, and 59-54 in a six-round contest. Fighting for just the second time outside of Argentina, Sosa had substantial difficulty with the height and reach of the taller Lopes, resorting to lunging in and throwing wild, looping hooks to avoid the southpaw Lopes’ defensive right jab and follow-up left hands. Lopes caught Sosa flat-footed in round two with a left hook, dropping the Argentine to the canvas. Sosa was not seriously hurt but spent the majority of the fight eating more left hands before rallying too little too late in the last round over a tiring Lopes, who made it to the bell with only marginal difficulty. – David Robinett

Welterweight Fabian Andres Maidana, the younger brother of Marcos “Chino” Maidana was victorious as he made quick work of Jared Teer (2-3) in a scheduled four rounder. The Argentinian dropped Teer in the opening round, Teer got up as Maidana followed up with a barrage of punches sending Teer to the canvas once again as referee Jay Nady waived the bout at 2:07. Maidana gets his third win as he now stands at 3-0, 2 KOs. – Miguel Maravilla

It was an inauspicious beginning for Mayweather Promotions in the opening bout of “Mayhem: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2″ at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, as Kevin Newman, fighting out of the Mayweather Gym in Las Vegas, was held to a draw in his pro debut by winless Azamat Umarzoda, (0-5-2), in a four-round super middleweight bout. Although Newman clearly appeared the better fighter, he spent most of the fight moving and countering very selectively while Umarzoda earned the draw by virtue of his volume and agression, even if most of his punches landed on arms and shoulders or missed altogether. Each fighter received a 39-37 score with the third judge scoring the bout a 38-38 draw. – David Robinett



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Braekhus unifies WBC/WBA/IBF/WBO titles

Photo: Photo Wende

In a history making female world title unification fight, WBC/WBA/WBO welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus (26-0, 7 KOs) pounded out a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over IBF champion Ivana Habazin (13-2, 5 KOs) to claim the undisputed title on Saturday night at TAP1 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Scores were 100-90 on all cards.

Unbeaten light heavyweight Erik Skogland (21-0, 11 KOs) outpointed Stefano Abatangelo (18-4-1, 6 KOs) over twelve in a bout for the European and IBF Intercontinental belts. Scores were 118-109, 118-108 and 120-106.

Klara Svensson (14-0, 5 KOs) is new the interim WBC female super lightweight champion after wining a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Marie Riederer (15-2-1, 10 KOs) by scores of 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91.

Cruiserweight Miki Nielsen (15-0, 12 KOs) scored a second round KO over Tamas Bajzeth (10-12-1, 5 KOs).

In a battle of unbeaten jr middleweights, Arman Torosyan (13-0-1, 10 KOs) scored a first round KO over Torben Keller (10-1-1, 3 KOs).



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Quigg destroys Jamoye to retain WBA belt

Photos: Scott J. Raven

WBA super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg (29-0-2, 22 KOs) scored a third round TKO over Stephane Jamoye (26-6, 16 KOs) at the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester, England. Quigg, a 20:1 favorite, ended matters with a body shot. Jamoye beat the count, but the bout was waved off at 1:13 by referee Terry O’Connor. Quigg made his fourth defense of the WBA belt, while Jamoye has now lost three of his last four. Quigg has a mandatory due against Chris Avalos, but is looking to take on IBF champion Carl Frampton instead.

Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Anthony Joshua (8-0, 8 KOs) continued to impress with a third round TKO over veteran Konstantin Airich (21-10-2, 17 KOs). Joshua dropped Airich in round three and got the stoppage with his follow up barrage. Time was 1:16.

A fight between lightweights Anthony Crolla (28-4-1, 11 KOs) and former world champion Gamaliel Diaz (38-11-3, 17 KOs) ended in a third round technical draw after an accidental headbutt left Diaz with a cut over the right eye. It looked to be shaping to be a good scrap before the bout was waved off at the end of round three.

Welterweight Sam Eggington (12-2, 5 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over Denton Vassell (20-2, 10 KOs) in a good action fight. Eggington got a referee’s stoppage after a barrage of shots. Time was 2:36. The bout was a British title eliminator.

Lightweight Scott Cardle (16-0, 4 KOs) needed just 46 seconds to demolish Kirk Goodings (11-2, 3 KOs). Cardle claimed the English title and earned a shot at the British belt. photos



September 13th, 2014

UFC

Fight Night Brasilia Study Guide

Get ready for Saturday’s event in Brazil with the Fight Night Brasilia study guide. Featuring free fights from Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva, Andrei Arlovski, Irui Alcantara, and Piotr Hallmann . . . Click here for more at UFC.com

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COMING UP NEXT: UFC FIGHT NIGHT: Silva vs. Arlovski is LIVE on UFC FIGHT PASS TODAY at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT . . . Click here for more



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Mayweather an 8:1 favorite to go 47-0

By Karl Freitag

All eyes in the boxing world will be on Las Vegas tonight as WBC/WBA welterweight and WBC/WBA super welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather (46-0, 26 KOs) faces Marcos Maidana (35-4, 31 KOs) in a rematch. The unbeaten Mayweather is an 8:1 favorite to defeat Maidana again.

On the undercard, WBC super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz (27-0-1, 15 KOs) is a 50:1 favorite to retain his belt against former sparring partner Manuel Roman (17-2-3, 6 KOs), IBF lightweight champion Miguel Vazquez (34-3, 13 KOs) is a 3:1 pick to keep his belt against Mickey Bey (20-1-1, 10 KOs) in a battle of stylists. Former world title challenger Alfredo Angulo (28-4, 18 KOs) moves up to middleweight to battle James de la Rosa (22-2, 13 KOs). Angulo is a 4:1 pick. Also, former multi-division world champion Humberto Soto (64-8-2, 35 KOs) is an underdog against all-action fan favorite John Molina (27-4, 22 KOs), who is a 2:1 pick.

There are also some notable fights in Europe.

WBA super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg (28-0-2, 21 KOs) makes the fourth defense of his belt against Stephane Jamoye at the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester, England. Quigg is currently a 20:1 favorite. On the undercard, Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Anthony Joshua (7-0, 7 KOs) is a whopping 100:1 favorite to beat Konstantin Airich (21-9-2, 17 KOs), and lightweight Anthony Crolla (28-4, 11 KOs) is a 9:1 pick to top former world champion Gamaliel Diaz (38-11-2, 17 KOs).

In a groundbreaking female world title unification fight in Copenhagen, Denmark, WBC/WBA/WBO welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus (25-0, 7 KOs) meets IBF champion Ivana Habazin (13-1, 5 KOs) for the undisputed title. Braekus is a 45:1 favorite in this one.



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Dave Coldwell Statement

It is with deep regret that I have to make the following statement:

Jerome Wilson unfortunately suffered a severe head injury during his fight in Sheffield last night. He is receiving the best possible care and while he receives treatment Jerome’s family request privacy at this difficult time. Further updates will be released when Jerome’s family feel it appropriate to do so therefore no further comment will be made until directed by Jerome’s family.



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana II: Challenger will give it his all, but is it enough?

By Graham Houston

When the Floyd Mayweather-Marcos Maidana rematch was announced, I struggled to get enthused. As always happens though, by fight day — today — I’m intrigued.

Last time the two met, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where the rematch will take place — Showtime PPV in the States and BoxNation subscription-TV coverage in the U.K. — Mayweather pulled away in the late rounds for what seemed to be a clear win. Hold on a minute, though. One judge had the fight a draw and there were observers who made this a close fight. So, here we go again. What can Maidana do differently this time? In the first fight he threw everything he had at Mayweather in the early rounds, was right in the fight, but then got outboxed down the stretch. Has anything really changed in the past four and a half months?

Maidana says that the first fight wasn’t difficult and he believes he did enough to win. Now he knows Mayweather and knows what to expect, so, he says, the return fight will be easier.

Mayweather, who defends the WBC welter and light-middleweight titles, along with the WBA “super world” welter title that he won from Maidana in May, promises a more exciting fight this time. “I will be faster, I will be stronger, I will be a better fighter,” Mayweather commented in one of the many quotes given to the media. (more…)



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Interview: Lovemore Ndou

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former two-time world champion Lovemore Ndou worked as a sparring partner for Floyd Mayweather in 2009 for 16 weeks in Las Vegas and says Floyd will defeat Marcus Maidana in a one-sided fight. He also predicts his former opponent Saul Alvarez will defeat Joshua Clottey on December 6th in San Antonio.



September 13th, 2014

Boxing News

Gingras defeats McCreedy in Lincoln, RI

Contender 4 reality series fighter Rich Gingras now has two titles to his name and is taking aim at a third. After beating Joey McCreedy by unanimous decision in the main event Friday night at Twin River Casino in Lincoln, Rhode Island, defending his New England Light Heavyweight title and capturing McCreedy’s Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) Northeast title, Gingras has his eyes set on settling the score with another popular regional foe.

Asked who he wants to fight next, Gingras, without hesitation, said, “Vladine Biosse,” referring to the reigning N.E. Super Middleweight Champion from Providence, R.I., who defended his belt against Gingras in July of 2013 in a controversial draw. “I want that super middleweight belt. I want all three,” he said. “It’s mine to begin with. I want it back.” (more…)



September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

Video: Mayweather-Maidana weigh-in

Video: Joel A. Colon/PRBB

WBC/WBA welterweight and super welterweight champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather and challenger Marcos “Chino” Maidana both easily made weight for their rematch Saturday night in Las Vegas.



September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

Jose Ramirez meet and greet THIS Sunday

2012 USA Olympian and undefeated (11-0, 8 KO’s) professional Top Rank fighter Jose Ramirez will be a featured guest this Sunday from 12-2pm at the Mexican Independence Day celebration ” Fiestas Patrias” in downtown Fresno, the weekend event draws upwards of 100,000 people. Ramirez will be located at the main Univision booth directly by the main stage to sign autographs, do meet and greets and will be giving the first 300 people that show up a free ticket to his Oct 25th Nationally Televised main event fight at the Selland Arena, “The Fight for Water 3″.​​ Ramirez will make the trip down from Los Angeles where he has been training at the world famous Wild Card gym with Freddie Roach. (more…)



September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

Mayweather, Maidana make weight

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By Miguel Maravilla at the scale
Photos: Joel A Colon – PRBB

Floyd Mayweather 146.5 vs. Marcos Maidana 146
(WBC/WBA welter, WBC superwelter titles)

Leo Santa Cruz 121 vs. Manuel Roman 122
(WBC super bantamweight title)

Miguel Vazquez 135 vs. Mickey Bey 134.5
(IBF lightweight title)

Alfredo Angulo 162 vs. James de la Rosa 161.5
Humberto Soto 140 vs. John Molina 139.5
Andrew Tabiti 195.5 vs. Caleb Grummet 195+ *overweight has 1hr
Damian Sosa 136.5 vs. Armando Lopes 139
Fabian Maidana 140 vs. Jared Teer 146.5
Kevin Newman 163.5 vs. Azat Umarzoda 162

Venue: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
Promoter: Mayweather Promotions/Golden Boy
TV: PPV, Showtime
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September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

Khan gets U.S. Visa; headed to Vegas

It’s nice to have friends in high places. Amir Khan has announced that he will now be at ringside for Mayweather-Maidana. After having his U.S. visa pulled, Khan asked British Prime Minister David Cameron for help. Today Khan tweeted:

Big thanks to Sajjad Karim Conservative MEP European Parliament Member, for all the help on the visa. Finally I have my US visa

Missed a day of training due to delays but squeezed in a conditioning session with @fizzahmed in london before I fly out



September 12th, 2014

UFC

Fight Night Brasilia at the scales

UFC Fight Night, which is headlined by the heavyweight bout between Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva and Andrei Arlovski and the lightweight bout between Gleison Tibau and Piotr Hallmann, airs live on UFC Fight Pass from the Ginásio Nilson Nelson in Brasilia, Brazil beginning at 5:45pm ET / 2:45pm PT

UFC FIGHT PASS MAIN EVENT
Andrei Arlovski (248) VS Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva (264)

UFC FIGHT PASS MAIN CARD
Piotr Hallmann (155) VS Gleison Tibau (156)
Efrain Escudero (156) VS Leonardo Santos (155)
Wendell Oliveira (170) VS Santiago Ponzinibbio (171)
Russell Doane (136) VS Iuri Alcantara (136)
Larissa Pacheco (136) VS Jessica Andrade (134)

UFC FIGHT PASS PRELIMS
Dashon Johnson (146) VS Godofredo Pepey (146)
George Sullivan (171) VS Igor Araujo (171)
Leandro “Buscape” Silva (156) VS Francisco Trinaldo (155)
Sean Spencer (170) VS Paulo Thiago (171)
Johnny Bedford (136) VS Rani Yahya (136)

To watch UFC Fight Night: Bigfoot vs. Arlovski exclusively on UFC FIGHT PASS on Saturday, September 13, sign up here

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September 12th, 2014

UFC

UFC Announces Settlement of Piracy Lawsuit

Zuffa, LLC, d/b/a Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) today announced the resolution and settlement of its lawsuit against Steven Messina filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York by Zuffa, LLC’s anti-piracy counsel, Lonstein Law Office, P.C. Steven Messina, through his attorney, Michael Heitmann, confessed to his illegal behavior and apologized for his actions that resulted in the illegal sharing of UFC content. As part of the settlement, Messina was penalized by the UFC for an undisclosed amount and forced to surrender his computer hardware and software to UFC representatives. Additionally, Messina will turn over all records and information pertaining to piracy of UFC content and information related to other potential infringers. He must also cooperate with the UFC organization and law enforcement authorities in an effort to prevent others from stealing intellectual property. (more…)



September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

Quigg, Jamoye make weight

Scott Quigg 121.4 vs. Stephane Jamoye 121.8
(WBA super bantamweight title)

Anthony Joshua 240.4 vs. Konstantin Airich 225.3
Anthony Crolla 134.5 vs. Gamaliel Diaz 134.3

Venue: Phones 4U Arena, Manchester, UK
Promoter: Matchroom Sport



September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

Weights from Denmark

Photos: Photo Wende

Ivana Habazin 145.5 vs Cecilia Braekhus 142.9
WBC, WBA, WBO & IBF World Female Welterweight Unification

Marie Riederer 138.5 vs Klara Svensson 138.5
Stefano Abatangelo 174.2 vs Erik Skoglund 174.6

Promoter: Sauerland Promotion
Venue: Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers Hotel
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September 12th, 2014

Boxing News

‘Kid’ Narvaez signs with Cotto Promotions

Photo: Cotto Promotions, LLC

91214cottoUndefeated super flyweight prospect Carlos ‘Kid’ Narvaez signed a promotional agreement with Miguel Cotto’s; Cotto Promotions and H2 Entertainment. “Narvaez had a great amateur career, he has the skills and fundamentals to be successful. He is dedicated to the gym and responsible with his job”, 4 division world champion and promoter; Miguel Cotto said. “We want to have the best talented fighters in Puerto Rico and Carlos Narvaez is one of them. We are excited to give him the welcome and can wait to see him fight”, promoter and vice president; Hector Soto said.



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