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By Ron Jackson
South African junior welterweight champion Warren Joubert successfully defended his title with a unanimous 12 round points decision over Lungisa Jikani at the Orlando Community Hall in Soweto before a very poor crowd of only a few hundred fans, on Friday night. Judges David van Niewenhuizen and Tony Nyangiwe scored it 115-112 and judge Joe Chaane had it 115-114. In a fight that never rose to any heights both fighters spent the first five rounds dancing around the ring and only landing a few scoring blows which must have made it difficult for the judges to score the rounds. In the middle rounds Joubert (63.15kg) scored with some stinging rights to the head and in rounds eleven and twelve the superbly conditioned Jikani (62.26kg) made a strong finish but this was not enough. Joubert improved his record to 25-4-5; 11 and Jikani saw his record, as announced from the ring drop to 19-5-2; 11. The referee was Wally Snowball. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos: Warren Suen
Two-time world title challenger Tommy Browne (31-6-1, 11 KOs) clearly outscored Irish 160-pounder Joe Rea (10-29-5) over eight rounds of a NSW State title bout at the Wests Rugby Leagues Club, Campbelltown, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Friday night. Browne controlled the contest as he connected with accurate left jabs a solid right hands on his switch-hitting opponent. Rea attacked Browne at the start of round eight but Browne responded with a barrage of punches that had the Australia-based Irishman in trouble at the bell. Scores Gary Dean 79-73, George Plellis 78-74, Pat O’Connor 77-75.
On the undercard, former world title challenger Robert Medley (31-3, 20 KOs) was impressive stopping Tim Kanofski (13-9-1) at the conclusion of round four in a 168-pound contest scheduled for six rounds. Kanofski was dropped in round three and twice in round four and at the conclusion of the round Doctor Lou Lewis visited Kanofski’s corner and ruled him unfit to continue. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Australian 122-pounder Jason Moloney (8-0, 8 KOs) stopped Filipino, Virden Rivera (8-3-2, 2 KOs) in round three of a scheduled ten round WBA Oceania title bout on Friday night at the Malvern Town Hall, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Jason’s twin brother Andrew Maloney (8-0, 4 KOs) outscored Chris Alfante (11-6-1) over eight rounds in the main supporting bout. (more…)
Justin DeLoach 154.75 vs. Junior Castillo 154
Ryan Karl 144.5 vs. Luis Solis 148.5
Darwin Price 137.75 vs. Semajay Thomas 139.75
Justin Pauldo 134.75 vs. Jesus Aguinaga 132.75
Brandon Figueroa 120.5 vs. Oldier Landin 120.75
Laurynas Arbaciauskas 143.75 vs. Omar Reyes 146.25
Kendo Castaneda 151.5 vs. Anthony Bowman 157.5
Brandon Soto 129.75 vs. John Van Meter 130.5
Brandin Chaulker 127.25 vs. Daniel Arriaga 132.5
Tommy Kamara 162.5 vs. Rynell Riley 163.25
Venue: Scottish Rite Auditorium, San Antonio, Texas
Promoter: Leija-Battah Promotions
By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Top Rank
Mike Alvarado 147.75 vs. Josh Torres 147.75
Matt Korobov 162.75 vs. Brian Vera 162.4
Erick De Leon 130.25 vs. Carlos Valcarcel 131.75
Arturo Marquez 146.25 vs. Nubion Houston 146.5
Joey Alday Jr 149 vs. Justin Henderson 145.25
Jesse Garcia 130 vs. Gabriel Gutierrez 131
Amon Rashidi 141.5 vs. Benjamin Vasquez 141
Alejandro Arnold 123.5 vs. Porfirio Arellano 124.25
Luis Caballero 136 vs. Alejandro Guerrero 135.5
Venue: The Bomb Factory, Dallas, Texas
Promoter: Top Rank
Photo: Ruben Cortez/Top Rank
Mike Alvarado waiting for the weigh-in today in Dallas.
Canelo Alvarez (47-1-1, 33 KOs) will look to win his third title in the junior middleweight division when he challenges undefeated heavy-hitter Liam “Beefy” Smith (23-0-1, 13 KOs) for the WBO junior middleweight world championship on Saturday, September 17. The event will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT. Information regarding venue and tickets will be announced shortly.
Canelo Alvarez: “I am very pleased to announce my next fight against Liam Smith, a tremendous fighter with real knockout power, and the WBO junior middleweight world title owner. I have no doubt that this fight will be give and take, which will fill the expectations of the fans, and I will work with all the enthusiasm as I always do to get the upper hand on 17 September.”
Liam Smith: “I am delighted to get the opportunity to defend my world title against the biggest name in world boxing and to headline in the U.S. which is a dream I have had since I started in the sport of boxing. This fight allows me to make my name in the U.S. and show just how good I am and this is the big stage that will enable me to do that…I am confident of winning this fight and returning to the great city of Liverpool with my belt still around my waist.” (more…)
Photos: Esther Lin / Showtime
Keith Thurman 146 vs. Shawn Porter 147
(WBA world welterweight title)
Porter stripped naked and was right on the limit.
Jarrett Hurd 153.8 vs. Oscar Molina 154.8
Adam Kownacki 264.2 vs. Jesse Barboza 242.8
Heather Hardy 123.2 vs. Kirstie Simmons 122.8
David Benavidez 168.6 vs. Francy Ntetu 170
Jonathan Alonso 141.6 vs. Brian Jones 142
Regis Prograis 139.8 vs. Luis Florez 140
Josue Vargas 140.8 vs. Ryan Picou 140.8
Nicklaus Flaz 150.6 vs. Mack Babb 150.8
Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Promoter: DiBella Entertainment
Stepan Horvath 153.25 vs. Ferenc Hafner 151.25
(WBO European jr middleweight championship)
Fabiana Bytyqi 104.25 vs. Teodora Bacheva 102
WBC Youth female minimumweight title)
Lucie Sedlackova 125 vs. Sopio Putkaradze 124.5
(WBO European female featherweight title)
Josef Zahradnik 142.25 vs. Jacek Wylezol 142.75
Jakub Horvath 145.5 vs. Jan Korec 146.25
Sebastian Bytyqi 138 vs. Norbert Gluck 138.75
Matus Babiak 166 vs. Josef Obeslo 172
Venue: Sportcentrum Sluneta, Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic
Promoter: SES Boxing
TV: TV Nova (Czech Republic)
Bilal Laggoune, Belgium (79,3) vs Hakim Chioui, France (79,3)
12 rnds: Vacant WBC Francophone lightheavyweight title
Supervisor: Houcine Houichi
8 rnds: Joe Fournier (86,0) vs Mustapha Stini (TBA)
6 rnds: Meriton Karaxha (64,3) vs Deniss Gerasimovs (64,5)
6 rnds: Elfie Philips (63,0) vs Marija Fedontekova (59,2)
6 rnds: Femke Hermans (70,0) vs Vladislava Lopuhova (74,8)
Local commissioner: Marie-Noelle Franck
Venue: Sporthal Ninove, Parklaan 15 – 9400 Ninove @7:00pm
Promoter: Ezzedine Laggoune
By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Sumio Yamada
Unheralded Jason Sosa (19-1-4, 15 KOs), US, surprisingly dethroned previously unbeaten WBA super-featherweight champ Javier Fortuna (29-1-1, 21 KOs), Dominican Republic, with an upset come-from-behind TKO at 0:45 of the eleventh round on Friday in Beijing, China. The tricky lefty champ kept outmaneuvering the one-dimensional Sosa all the way and floored him with a countering left in the fifth, scoring a good lead on points.
The tide abruptly turned midway in round ten, when the desperate Sosa displayed a furious retaliation and decked the champ in the end of the session. Referee Raul Caiz Jr. then deducted a point from the bewildered and damaged champ for having spit out his mouth guard and the bell came to his rescue. It resulted in a 10-7 round. The fatal eleventh round witnessed Fortuna caught by Sosa’s all-out attack and badly dropping near his corner for the second time. Though barely regaining his feet, the ref wisely saw him unfit to go on with shaky legs and then declared a dramatic stoppage for the jubilant new titlist.
In the semi-windup, Venezuelan veteran Nehomar Cermeno (24-5-1, 13 KOs) acquired the vacant WBA 122-pound belt as he finally caught up with game Chinese opponent Jun Qui Xiao (20-3, 9 KOs) with a flurry of punches and halted him at 1:11 of the twelfth and final stanza. photos
Anthony Joshua 243.25 vs. Dominic Breazeale 255
(IBF heavyweight world championship)
George Groves 167.5 vs. Martin Murray 168.1
Chris Eubank Jr 160.2 vs. Tom Doran 158.3
Dillian Whyte 253 vs. Ivica Bacurin 209.6
Venue: O2 Arena, London
Two weeks before the rematch of Wladimir Klitschko vs. Tyson Fury on July 9 in the Manchester Arena, the Brit has now postponed the fight due to an ankle injury. If Fury really has to stay off his ankle for six-to-seven weeks as he says, the Fury-Klitschko rematch could be delayed four months or more.
Wladimir Klitschko: “Of course, I am currently totally disappointed about the cancellation. As well as for my fans, I´m very sorry, they were all very excited for this rematch. But one thing is also clear: This just means I’ll get my belt a few weeks later.”
Bernd Bönte, Managing Director of Klitschko Management Group: “It is unfortunate that the fight will not take place. Wladimir is in great form. We are working hard on an alternative date and our desire is still to hold the fight at the Manchester Arena. Once we can say more, we will report it immediately.”
Tyson Fury Statement: I’ve got a little bit of bad news for you all. About ten days ago, I was running up in the Lake District and I went over on me ankle, sprained me ankle. I’ve been to the hospital and had X-rays and MRI scans and all that stuff. They say it’s not broken but it’s badly sprained, keep off it for six, seven weeks. I tried to still train a bit. On a second opinion a week later I had the same advice. So the fight will be being postponed. Sorry to all me fans to let you down, injuries do happen and it’s one of them things. My apologies to everybody who’s booked dates. The fight will be on as soon as possible, that’s all I know at this moment. But the fight’s still going ahead as soon as the ankle gets better we will reschedule. Thank you all and God bless.
Peter Fury Statement: So there’s no doubt of injury…sorry to our fans. The fight date will be postponed with a new date released very soon, probably today. Fight will remain in Manchester with the same venue.
— peter fury. (@peterfury) June 24, 2016
By Karl Freitag
Camden, New Jersey, super featherweight Jason Sosa (19-1-4, 15 KOs) scored an eleventh round TKO over previously unbeaten world champion Javier “El Abejon” Fortuna (29-1-1, 21 KOs) to claim the WBA super featherweight title on Friday night at the Capital Gym in Beijing, China.
Sosa, a huge underdog, dropped Fortuna with a left hook in the eleventh, the champ beat the count but was unable to continue.
— WBA (@WBABoxing) June 24, 2016
By Marco Bratusch
Italian boxing promotion company OPI2000 won the purse bid last Wednesday at the EBU headquarters in Rome earning the right to stage the next European middleweight championship. The winning bid was 43,900 Euros, slightly outbidding another offer of 40,000 Euros. The vacant title will be disputed between two Italian fighters, the OPI2000-promoted Emanuele Blandamura (25-2, 5 KOs) and Matteo Signani (23-4-3, 8 KOs), managed by Mario Loreni. (more…)
By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Porfirio C Barron Jr.
Fightnews.com caught up with former world champion Mike Alvarado at Montoya’s Boxing Gym in Dallas during his media day on Thursday. Alvarado and other fighters including Josh Torres, Erick De Leon and Joey Alday showed their skills to fans and media on hand.
Alvarado, 35-4, 24 KOs, will be taking on Torres, 15-4-2, 7 KOs at The Bomb Factory in Dallas on Saturday. In the opening televised fight, Matt Korobov, 25-1, 13 KOs, will battle against Bryan Vera, 23-10,14 KOs. The big Top Rank card will be televised by Solo Boxeo Tecate on Unimas.
[On fighting Josh Torres] I have seen a little bit of video of Josh Torres, don’t know too much about him. He hasn’t had too many fights. He’s tough, he’s going to bring it. I have to be ready. I am not overlooking him at all, I don’t overlook any of my opponents. (more…)
By Karl Freitag
In a clash for the vacant WBA super bantamweight title, former WBA bantamweight and super bantamweight interim titleholder Nehomar Cermeño (24-5-1, 14 KOs) scored a twelfth round TKO over Jun Qiu Xiao (20-3, 9 KOs) on Friday night at the Capital Gym in Beijing, China. Cermeño dropped Jun in round two, and out-skilled Jun all the way. Referee Luis Pabon finally waved in off in the twelfth round. The title was formerly held by Carl Frampton who moved up in weight.
Super featherweight Can Xu (9-2, 0 KOs) outworked Corey McConnell (15-2-1, 2 KOs) over twelve rounds to retain his WBA international title. Scores were 119-110, 119-110, 116-112.
“Boxeo TELEMUNDO Ford” kicks off its Summer Season tonight with another edition of the famed boxing rivalry between Mexico and Puerto Rico. WBO Latino super flyweight champion Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez (13-3, 4 KOs) of Mexico City faces former world title challenger and current WBO Latino interim super flyweight champion David “Gabo” Quijano (16-5-1, 9 KOs) of Caguas, Puerto Rico. The bout will be a 10 round main event at the A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa, Florida, presented by Tuto Zabala, Jr., All Star Boxing, Inc.
Rodriguez got off to a good start in 2016 with a clear victory over Miguel Cartagena in February. The victory saw him regain the WBO Latino super flyweight title. He is back in the world rankings at #15 by the WBO and a victory over the #14 ranked Quijano will go a long way towards getting him closer to his ultimate goal of a world title fight. (more…)
By Tony Mayger/Ringtone Boxing
As Wladimir Klitschko prepares to reclaim the titles that he lost to Tyson Fury back in November 2015, the media were invited to a press conference at his camp in Austria.
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Promoter Andrey Ryabinsky, whose company World of Boxing promotes WBC #1 contender Alexander Povetkin, has confirmed a $34.5 million lawsuit filed against Deontay Wilder and his team. The lawsuit counters a $5 million lawsuit filed by Wilder against Ryabinsky for failure to deliver Povetkin for their scheduled May 21 fight, which had the plug pulled after Povetkin tested positive for a banned substance.
Ryabinsky posted the following on social media:
Yes. It’s true. We have filed a lawsuit against the Team Wilder. The size of the claim is $34.5 million, which we estimate is the damage caused by them to our reputation. In one of five tests Povetkin was detected with a residual trace of meldonium. In the fourth, the rest were clean. We will prove that Sasha did not take meldonium during the banned period. This drug was banned on January 1, 2016. There is an ongoing investigation, but our opponents have already watered dirt in all media. It’s unfair, dishonest and unsportsmanlike conduct that has harmed our reputation. We won’t allow our athletes to be defamed and will force our American colleagues to publicly apologize. That is my position. And I’m so sure of it, for the simple reason that it’s, in fact, true. Sasha did not break any rules.
With the express goal of promoting boxing in areas where the sport has not yet taken hold, the World Boxing Association announced today that it has opened an office in Beijing called WBA-China. “This cooperation agreement is vital for the development of regional boxing,” said WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, “so the Chinese fighters can grow within the country, then seek regional titles and of course try to qualify for a world title. But the most important thing is that we meet one of the main objectives of the WBA, which is to promote pugilism in different parts of the world.”
Li Yi Dong has been appointed president of WBA-China and is as enthusiastic as Mendoza at this development.
“The Chinese market has great future,” he said, “because right now the government of my country is promoting this activity. So I think the WBA-China will have a great future and will be vital for the development of the sport in China.”
The newly opened offices for WBA-China will have the power to regulate title fights in China with the aim of creating opportunities for Chinese fighters to fight for regional titles before fighting for a world championship.
Ricardo Rodriguez 115 vs. David Quijano 114
(WBO Latino super flyweight title)
Sammy Valentin 145.8 vs. Greg Jackson 146.6
Luis Sanchez 151.8 vs. Michael Davis 151.2
Santiago Arroyo 119.2 vs. Hector Gonzalez 120
John Cooley 123.8 vs. Roberto Martinez 127
Viktor Kulakovski 151.2 vs. Curtis Waller 149.2
Mark Reyes 146.4 vs. Niko Browne 148
Venue: A La Carte Event Pavilion, Tampa, Florida
Promoter: All Star Boxing
LaRon Mitchell 244 vs. Epifanio Mendoza 230
Erick Ituarte 127.7 vs. Daniel Ramirez 128
Manuel Mendez 139 vs. Ricardo Maldonado 139
Eridanni Leon 147 vs. Rasheed Lawal 146.4
Rudy Garcia 119 vs. Rafael Rivera 118
Venue: Doubletree Hotel, Ontario, CA
Promoter: Thompson Boxing
Photos: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME
Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter went face-to-face Thursday at the final press conference before their eagerly anticipated welterweight world title showdown this Saturday live in primetime on CBS at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Keith Thurman: “It’s always been my dream to be the undisputed champion of the world. I’m looking forward to a great performance. I’m excited to a great challenge from Shawn Porter. There is a burning desire within myself to have a knockout victory. It’s hard to make world-class fighters quit. The fans ultimately want to see that knockout victory…there are real stakes are on the line this Saturday night. Our careers are on the line. My title is on the line. My undefeated record is on the line. It’s a great fight and a great matchup.”
Shawn Porter: “This isn’t the first time and it won’t be the last time that two friends fight. I’m done talking about us being friends because it’s time for us to start punching each other. My plan is to have great defense, avoid getting hit and win the fight…I’m not going to go in there looking for a knockout and throw my hands wildly. I’m going to keep up the pace that I normally keep up. I’m a great boxer. People consider me a boxer, but I may surprise you.” (more…)
Undefeated lightweight prospect Andy “El Tiburon” Vences is all set for his return to the ring on Saturday, July 9, at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lemoore, California, on a Top Rank Card that will be televised by Unimas on the popular Solo Boxeo Tecate series.
“It’s been a good training camp. We worked very hard to get into the best condition possible and become stronger and faster for this fight. I am very happy with the work and will be ready to give the fans a good fight,” said Vences, who is from San Jose, California. Vences (15-0, 10 KOs) will be looking for his second win of 2016 when he takes on Moises Delgadillo (15-15-2, 8 KOs) of Guadalajara, Mexico in an eight round bout. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Two-time world title challenger Tommy Browne (30-6-1, 11 KOs) will clash with Irishman, Joe Rea (10-28-5, 4 KOs) over ten rounds at the Wests Rugby Leagues club, Campbelltown , Sydney, NSW, Australia on Friday with the WBF middleweight title up for grabs. Browne, 33 years of age, turned professional in 2002 and captured the WBC Youth featherweight title by defeating Mexico’s Rodolfo Lopez in 2004 and in 2005 challenged In-Jin Chi for the WBC featherweight crown losing a twelve round decision. Also in 2005 Browne lost a WBA featherweight challenge to Chris John. Browne’s last defeat was to IBF-rated 140 pounder Lenny Zappavigna in 2008. (more…)
Two-time Mexican Olympian Oscar Valdez digs in and prepares hard for his title bout vs Matias Rueda of Argentina. Valdez vs Rueda battle on Top Rank’s pay per view card headlined by Terence Crawford vs Viktor Postol on July 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank
Top Rank Photographer Mikey Williams dropped into the camps of Oscar Valdez who is training at The Rock gym in Carson, California and Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez who is training at Hill Street Boxing Gym in Long Beach, California. Both Top Rank fighters are looking in phenomenal shape and they are looking forward to their next bouts scheduled on PPV July 23 on the undercard of Terence Crawford versus Viktor Postol at MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada.
Photos: Martina Houdek / SES
Pro boxing returns Saturday in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic, with three international title bouts featuring “Team Czech Republic.” In the main event, WBC Youth female light flyweight champion Fabiana Bytyqi defends her title against Teodora Bacheva, WBO European female featherweight champion Lucie Sedlackova defends her title against Sopio Putkaradze, and WBO European super welterweight champion Stepan Horvath defends his title against Ferenc Hafner. TV Nova will televise in the Czech Republic.
“I am very proud of the development of our project in the Czech Republic,” said SES Boxing promoter Ulf Steinforth. “After one year, we’ve already moved Team Czech Republic quite far – the ‘boxing stars’ already have won titles and partnering with TV NOVA, the market leader in the Czech Republic, we’ve successfully and firmly established boxing. (more…)
IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (16-0, 16 KOs) and challenger Dominic Breazeale (17-0, 15 KOs) faced off today at the final press conference before their clash on Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London.
Anthony Joshua: I want an explosive KO on Saturday…Dominic is the danger man and I’m taking him very seriously. I have to put an end to his dreams – I’m the dreamcrusher!
Dominic Breazeale: I can’t leave this to the judges. The only way to win a heavyweight championship is to knock your opponent out…the only thing me and Charles Martin have in common is that we are American! Anthony and I are two big punchers.
By Byron Spurlock
WBO Intercontinental jr featherweight champion “Prince” Albert Pagara (26-0, 18 KOs) battles Mexican warrior Cesar Juarez (17-5, 13 KOs) on July 9th at the San Mateo Event Center in San Mateo, CA. The “Fists of the Future” press conference kicked off on Wednesday afternoon at the ABS-CBN International Studios in Redwood City. Cesar Juarez was not in attendance.
Albert Pagara: “Cesar Juarez is a strong Mexican fighter who loves to move forward and attack but I’m ready to face him. I will be ready for him. My Plan is to stick to my game plan and not fall into his, which is to have a street fight. I don’t plan to play into what the crowd wants, despite the crowd maybe being largely Hispanic. I know that the Filpino community will be there to represent as well. I’m going to stick to my game plan because I’m here to win.” (more…)
Canelo Alvarez promoter Oscar de la Hoya has announced on Twitter that the much anticipated showdown between WBA/WBC/IBF middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and Canelo will have to marinate until Fall 2017. Canelo is slated to return to the ring on September 17 against an opponent to be named.
— Oscar De La Hoya (@OscarDeLaHoya) June 22, 2016
Photos: Sumio Yamada
Javier Fortuna 130 vs. Jason Sosa 129.3
(WBA super featherweight title)
Jun Qiu Xiao 121.8 vs. Nehomar Cermeno 121.8
(WBA super bantamweight title)
Can Xu 127.75 vs. Corey McConnell 129.6
Alesia Graf 117.4 vs. Noemi Bosques 117.6
Herman Ene Purcell 244 vs. Jong-Suk Lee 211
Venue: Capital Gym, Beijing, China
Promoter: Max Power Promotions
TV: CCTV5 (China)
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