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Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Jose Ramirez 140.8 vs. David Rodela 141.4 Andy Ruiz 272.6 vs. Kenny Lemos 266.2 Michael Finney 151.6 vs. Wilkins Santiago ...

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143 lbs!  Pacquiao already on weight for November 22 clash with Algieri

143 lbs! Pacquiao already on weight for November 22 clash with Algieri

Photo: Ping Nepo Eight-division world champion Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao put on an awesome display at his media workout on Friday. Members of the ...

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Full Report: Yamanaka keeps WBC 118lb belt

Full Report: Yamanaka keeps WBC 118lb belt

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Sumio Yamada WBC bantamweight champ, unbeaten southpaw Japanese Shinsuke Yamanaka (22-0-2, 16 KOs), 118, successfully kept his belt ...

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Fonfara: If I want to think about a rematch with Adonis, I must beat guys like Ngumbu

Fonfara: If I want to think about a rematch with Adonis, I must beat guys like Ngumbu

Photos: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME Crowd-pleasing Windy City fan favorite Andrzej "Chicago’s Polish Prince" Fonfara (25-3, 1 NC, 15 KOs), who’s been training in Big ...

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Yamanaka keeps WBC 118lb belt

Yamanaka keeps WBC 118lb belt

By Joe Koizumi Photos: Naoki Fukuda WBC bantamweight champ, unbeaten southpaw Japanese Shinsuke Yamanaka (22-0-2, 16 KOs), 118, successfully kept his belt as he ...

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Boxing News

Thompson-Solis rematch set for October 18

The rematch between heavyweight Tony Thompson and Cuban Olympic gold medalist Odlanier Solis on October 18 at the Castello Dusseldorf in Dusseldorf, Germany. Promoter Ahmet Oner returns after a long break to present another boxing event in Germany. Thompson defeated “La Sombra” earlier this year in Turkey and this bout is viewed as Solis’ last chance to get back into the heavyweight mix. The card will also be the first card promoted by Ahmet Oner in Germany in quite a while. “For me, it’s kind of a comeback in Germany”, says Oner. “I have held back a little bit in the last few years and took care of other things. But after that German boxing is dead on the ground. It’s time to initiate recovery measures.”



September 16th, 2014



Boxing News

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 will fight former world light-heavyweight champion Antonio Tarver (30-6, 21 KOs) on September 29 in Hidalgo, Texas. Banks is coming back to the USA from a training camp in Austria. In addition to being a heavyweight contender, he’s also the head trainer of world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, preparing Wlad for his WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO title defense against Kubrat Pulev. That fight was rescheduled from September 6 to November 15 due to an arm injury suffered by the Ukrainian champion.

Do you have enough time to prepare for a serious opponent like Antonio Tarver?

Yes, you have to make that if you want to be ready for such opponent. I definitely do (have enough time).

Do you think that Tarver has kept his qualities at the age of 45? (more…)



September 16th, 2014

UFC

TUF Latin America – Episode 4 Preview

When The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America debuted it was hard to deny the amount of talent and experience sitting on the Mexican side led by UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez . . . 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 16th, 2014

Feature Story

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 in Las Vegas, Nevada, a few of the fighters from the “Mayhem” card spoke with reporters before the pound-for-pound king held court at the post-fight press conference.

Newly crowned IBF lightweight champion and Mayweather protégé Mickey Bey thanked the various people supporting him before good-naturedly revealing his incentive for beating the crafty veteran Miguel Vazquez. “I want to thank all of the people who went against me,” said Bey. “95% of the writers said he [Vazquez] was going to box my ears off and beat me easy. So that motivated me.”

Bey also countered critics who suggested his title reign may be a short one. “There’s more to come,” announced Bey. “I’m happy I won the title, but this is just the beginning.”

Although he fell short of a victory, Marcos Maidana struck a similarly defiant tone with reporters.

“I want to first say that I am happy to have fought twice against Floyd Mayweather,” began Maidana. “I think I did a terrific job. Many fighters have fought against him and I don’t think they’ve done what I’ve been able to do, which is land so many punches against Mayweather.”

Maidana continued, “I felt that I did enough to win but what can I say? If the judges like a fighters that runs as much as Floyd then there’s nothing I can do about it. I think he’s beatable, I think you just have to attack him.” (more…)



September 16th, 2014

Boxing Result

Boxing Buzz

Las Vegas media take on a possible Mayweather-Pacquiao showdown. More

Floyd Mayweather after-fight action in Vegas. More

Other beltholders line up for Carl Frampton. More

On Cecelia Braekhus’ historic unification win. More



September 16th, 2014

Boxing News

Chris Algieri Update

Undefeated WBO jr. welterweight world champion Chris Algieri will be on TV TWICE on Tuesday to talk about his Nov. 22 pay-per-view challenge of WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao.

“Good Day New York” – FOX 5 News New York (between 7 – 8 a.m. ET)
“Varney & Co” – FOX Business (between 11 a.m. – Noon ET)



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Persoon to face Prazak on Nov 11

Belgian female star Delfine Persoon will defend her WBC lightweight title on November 11 in her adopted home town of Zwevezele, Belgium against dangerous Diane Prazak. Prazak is according to boxrec 2nd as pound for pound female boxer. Persoon will have a non-title warm up fight on September 27 against Judy Waguthii. Waguthii gave a hard time to Holland female star Esther Schouten.
Prazak is the current WBC superfeatherweight champion which she won in a dramatic fight against Frida Wallberg. Prazak successfully defended her title once against Shannon O’Connell.
Prazak will step up in weight to face Delfine Persoon.



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Rosado says he’s fighting Kirkland on Nov 8

Middleweight Gabriel Rosado, last seen stopping Bryan Vera in a BKB match last month, has announced via social media that he will return on November 8 in Atlantic City against James Kirkland in what is sure to be an all action affair. Headlining that card will be the light heavyweight unification clash between WBA/IBF champion Bernard Hopkins and WBO champ Sergei Kovalev.



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Rivera-Ponomarev headlines Saturday on UniMas

Tijuana’s Cosme “Chino” Rivera (37-18-3) will face Konstantin Ponomarev (24-0, 12KO) in Saturday’s main event bout at Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre. Heavyweight contender Andy Ruiz, who was originally slated to be in the main event spot, was forced to withdraw from the contest due to family reasons. The bout will be televised on Unimas’ Solo Boxeo Tecate.

Rivera, who hails from Tijuana, Mexico, promises to be Ponomarev’s toughest opponent to date. In his last outing in May, Rivera knocked out Ty Barnett in the 9th round of a 10-round contest. Barnett was the hometown favorite in the Washington DC bout, and Rivera was subsequently attacked by a local fan.

Russia’s Ponomarev is trained by Jesse Reid Sr., who has described him as a “Young Canizales,” and has said Ponomarev yields tremendous speed, dedication and heart. The ten round contest will take place at 140 lbs. (more…)



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Saunders-Eubank grudge-match added to Fury-Chisora II

By James Slater

Promoter Frank Warren today announced a support bout to the rescheduled Tyson Fury-Dereck Chisora heavyweight rematch set for The ExCel Arena in London on November 29th: bitter middleweight rivals Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Junior will clash for the European title currently held by Saunders.

For a long time, these two have traded insults, each convinced he has the beating of the other. Now, in a fight that has reminded some of the fabulous British middleweight fights of the 19080 and ’90s – such as Nigel Benn-Michael Watson and Benn against Chris Eubank Senior – the two unbeaten fighters will settle their differences.

25-year-old southpaw Saunders, in compiling a (20-0, 11 KOs) pro record, has also won the British and Commonwealth titles. Whereas the 24-year-old Eubank Junior, at (17-0, 12) will be going for his first pro title. Some fans may well see this fight as a big leap for Eubank, seeing as he has yet to fight in more than one scheduled ten-rounder and go beyond the 8th-round. (more…)



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Yusaf Mack Headlines in NJ

Former light heavyweight contender Yusaf “Mack Attack” Mack (31-7) fighting out of Philadelphia will headline the KEA Boxing Promotion’s “Fight Night at the Park III” event that will take place on Saturday, October 25th at Schuetzen Park in North Bergen, NJ. Mack is coming off a short layoff in hopes to return back in the rankings where he recently fought for the IBF Title against Carl Froch just a short time ago.

Andre Kut, President of KEA Boxing Promotions has promised to deliver yet again another action packed card with 8 + professional bouts to New Jersey boxing fans. Kut says fans will get the opportunity to see world class boxers, rising prospects, and the local favorites, up close and in a safe environment. With no bad seat in the house he is providing an evening “Featuring the Next Generation of Champions” as his company motto says. This will be Kut’s 10th year of promoting shows in the tri state area.

The card will also feature rising welterweight prospect Juan “The Beast” Rodriguez (11-1) of Union City,NJ who also is looking to make his mark yet again after coming off a recent loss on Shobox to Sammy Vasquez on the Iron Mike Productions show last April. Along with Rodriguez, Kut has slated 8 other professional bouts for the evening with more details to follow! For information and tickets visit www.keaboxing.com or call (973) 903-2907.



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

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, and we hear many opinions and impressions—pro and con—on Money’s performance. Our boxing fans traditionally love aggressive fighters such as Fighting Harada or “Fierce Eagle” Yoko Gushiken (who kept his belt on thirteen occasions thanks to his furious aggression). We prefer hard-punchers or KO artists to artful dodgers. Problem is for what our fight fans come and see boxing by paying for tickets or by paying to cable televisions. People wish to buy “thrill” in return for money.

Mayweather’s showing of yesterday greatly disappointed our thrill-thirsty TV watchers—all around Japan. We had highly expected Floyd’s knockout victory this time since Marcos had a notorious weakness in the midsection shown in the first round against Amir Khan and also revealed in the process of yesterday’s rematch. This reporter, one of commentators, really wondered why Mayweather wouldn’t go out and bring home the bacon early like Joe Gans now that Maidana was apparently through in the middle of the lopsided contest. Floyd said, “Maidana bit my fingers, and my fingers were numb after the eighth round.” Should his fingers have been complete, could he or would he have tried to knock him out after the eighth? Probably he wouldn’t and couldn’t—because of his usual safety-first strategy. (more…)



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Cleverly-Bellew II deal close as duo prepare for epic domestic grudge match

Promoter Eddie Hearn says that the hotly anticipated rematch between Nathan Cleverly and Tony Bellew is close to being finalized. Cleverly earned a narrow win over Bellew in October 2011 when he defended his WBO World Light Heavyweight title on enemy territory in Liverpool. The bad blood between the pair has continued for years since that first clash and with both men now operating at Cruiserweight, a second fight is close to reality. The pair could’ve faced each other on December 6 in Sheffield as part of a bumper show with Kell Brook defending his IBF World Welterweight title, but with Brook out of action until 2015, Hearn has moved quickly to find a new date and venue for the must-see clash.

“We are almost there,” said Hearn. “Having been originally set for December 6, we are now finalizing a new date and venue and I hope to have the deal tied up this week. (more…)



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

KO Artist Feigenbutz signs with Team Sauerland

Team Sauerland has announced a long-term cooperation with Vincent Feigenbutz (14-1, 13 KOs), one of German boxing’s most exciting young talents. Having turned professional at the tender age of sixteen, the Karlsruhe-based super middleweight has built a reputation as a fearsome puncher. Said promoter Kalle Sauerland, “The power this young man boasts is scary. With his power and aggressive fighting style, he has the makings of a real fan favorite.”

The nineteen year-old’s explosive knockout power will be on display again on September 27 at the Sparkassen-Arena in Kiel, Germany. An opponent for Feigenbutz, who is going to defend his WBO Intercontinental title, will be announced shortly. In the main event, WBO super middleweight champion Arthur Abraham will try to fend off another challenger in Paul Smith.



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Boxing returns to network TV Saturday

Boxing makes a rare network TV appearance this Saturday. NBC will televise a ten round NABF cruiserweight title fight between Thabiso “The Rock” Mchunu (16-1, 11 KOs) and Garrett “The Ultimate Warrior” Wilson (13-7-1, 7 KOs), taking place at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT. The Mchunu-Wilson telecast will be broadcast live beginning 3PM ET, noon PT. The co-feature is a ten-round battle pitting Karl “Dynamite” Dargan, (16-0, 8 KO’s) against Angino “The Nightmare” Perez (16-5, 14 KOs) for the junior NABF lightweight title.



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Boxing Buzz

“It shames the sport”: Amir Khan on Marcos Maidana’s alleged “bite.” More

Khan on Floyd Mayweather: He’s showing signs of aging. More

Yet another fight erupts, between fans, after a Mayweather card at the MGM in Las Vegas. More

Carl Frampton interested in showdown with Leo Santa Cruz. More



September 15th, 2014

Boxing News

Oscar honored by State of Nevada

Photos: Gene Blevins – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist, six division world champion, 2014 International Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee and President/Founder of Golden Boy Promotions Oscar De la Hoya received the “Key to the Las Vegas Strip” on Saturday in front of the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The “Golden Boy” was being honored at the proclamation of “Oscar De La Hoya Day” by Nevada State Senator Ruben Kihuen (Center) and Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly on behalf of Clark County and The Las Vegas Strip to kick-off the State of Nevada’s Cultural Weekend Celebration of Mexican Independence Day.

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September 14th, 2014

Boxing News

Breaking down the Mayweather-Maidana 2 official scorecard

By David Robinett and Miguel Maravilla

A look at the Nevada State Athletic Commission official scorecard gives us a look at the round-by-round scoring in Saturday night’s rematch between WBC/WBA welterweight and super welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana. Judges scores it closer than most at ringside with judges Dave Moretti (116-111) and John McKaie (116-111) both awarding Maidana four rounds, and Guido Cavalleri (115-112) seeing five rounds going Maidana’s way.

All three gave Mayweather rounds one, two, three, five, seven and eight, and Maidana rounds ten and twelve. Moretti went against McKaie and Cavalleri, in giving Mayweather round four (seemingly Maidana’s best round). Moretti also disagreed with his colleagues in giving round nine to Mayweather and round eleven to Maidana. McKaie went against the other two judges in giving Mayweather round six. Cavalleri’s scores were always in the majority.

mayweather-maidana2-scorecard



September 14th, 2014

Boxing News

Undisputed champion Braekhus: I’ve been dreaming of this moment for a long time

Photo Wende

Photo Wende


Boxing history was made in Copenhagen, Denmark Saturday night. Norwegian star Cecilia Brækhus (26-0, 7 KOs) became the first female boxer to unify a division by holding all four major titles simultaneously. The WBC, WBA & WBO Champion scored a unanimous decision victory over IBF Champion Ivana Habazin (13-2, 5 KOs) to become the undisputed welterweight queen. Cheered on by her loyal army of travelling Norwegian fans, Brækhus once again proved why she is the pound-for-pound female number one with a classy performance against the tenacious Habazin. All three judges scored the fight 100-90 in favour of ‘The First Lady.’

“I’ve been dreaming of this moment for a long time,” said Braekhus. “To become the first female boxer to unify a division is a huge achievement and something that I am extremely proud of. I would like to thank all the fans that travelled to Copenhagen to support me and Ivana for the part she played in this historic fight.”

Promoter Nisse Sauerland added “Cecilia is a phenomenal athlete. Not only will she go down in history as the first female unified champion but it is our belief that she will be remembered as the greatest female boxer of all time.”



September 14th, 2014

UFC

Fight Night Brasilia Post-Fight Bonus Recap

UFC Brazil Managing Director Grace Tourinho was joined at the Fight Night Brasilia post fight press conference by Andrei Arlovski, Bigfoot Silva, Gleison Tibau, Francisco Trinaldo, Leonardo Santos, Jessica Andrade, and Godofredo Pepey . . . 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 14th, 2014

Boxing News

Amir Khan calls out Mayweather, asks if Floyd is “afraid of the speed, explosiveness and power!”

By James Slater

Amir Khan, after having sorted out some visa issues, was allowed to travel to Las Vegas to witness superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr’s return fight with Marcos Maidana. And, in speaking with British media after Mayweather’s 12-round unanimous decision victory, Khan said he is convinced he has the beating of the now 47-0 great. “After seeing him win I believe I will beat him,” Khan said of Mayweather. “Floyd, as we all know, isn’t the biggest puncher. His footwork has slowed down, he only throws single punches and gets hit a lot more. We all know Maidana isn’t the quickest, and he still got through with shots. Now it makes sense why the fight isn’t happening between me and Mayweather. Is he afraid of the speed, explosiveness and power? Floyd – let’s get it on!”

Outside of Manny Pacquiao or a highly unlikely jump to middleweight for Floyd, Khan is arguably the best and most intriguing next opponent for Mayweather. Khan is scheduled to fight a TBA on December 6th (with rumours strongly suggesting the tough Josesito Lopez will get the fight), and assuming he wins what will be his second fight at welterweight, it could be Mayweather-Khan next May.

And whether Khan scores the upset win or not, one thing is sure: Khan will not resort to dirty tactics such as biting Mayweather; something Maidana clearly did last night.



September 14th, 2014

Boxing News

Mayweather claims bite, Maidana denies it

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

Both Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana spoke with SHOWTIME’s Jim Gray after the bout. Here are the highlights:

Floyd Mayweather: “He bit my hand, he bit my fingers. My fingers were numb. My hand was numb. I really couldn’t use my left hand, but I won the best way I know how. We were tangled up in the center of the ring and he bit me. He bit my left hand.

“I felt sharper in the first fight. This time I felt dry and dead and my fingers were numb after the eighth round.

“I’d give myself a C-. I could have been better…I got hit with some shots tonight I should’t have got hit with, but that comes with the sport.

“I’m going to go back to talk to my team to see what we can assess, to see what the future holds for Floyd Mayweather. And once again, I’m not ducking or dodging no opponent. If the Manny Pacquiao fight presents itself, let’s make it happen.”

Marcos Maidana: “I thought I won the fight, but if judges like to give the fight to fighters that run I guess they gave it to him. I felt I was the aggressor and kept the pressure.

“He kept holding and pushing, but the ref wouldn’t do anything about it. Instead he took points away from me.

“Maybe he thinks I’m a dog, but no I didn’t bite him. He was rubbing my eyes with his glove. Maybe he had his glove in my mouth. That doesn’t mean I bit him.

“For me I think I won.”



September 14th, 2014

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


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