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By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Photos: Kathryn Warburton
Puerto Rico’s Gamalier Rodriguez (22-2-3, 15 KOs) retained his NABO featherweight title with a dominant ten round unanimous decision over tough Mexican Jorge Pazos (19-6-1, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Rodriguez’s hand speed and tight defense made the difference throughout. All three judges saw the bout easily in favor of Gamalier Rodriguez by scores of 99-91, 99-91 and 98-92 respectively.
Highly touted former Puerto Rican Olympian Felix “El Diamante” Verdejo (7-0, 5 KOs) dropped a very game lightweight scrapper Guillermo Delgadillo (4-4-1, 0 KOs) twice on his way to an impressive six round unanimous decision victory. All three judges saw every round in favor of Verdejo by scores of 60-52.
Local welterweight star Ronald Cruz (18-2, 13 KOs) of Bethlehem, PA rebounded from two consecutive losses with a devastating second round knockout of Rudolfo Armenta (12-11-1, 9 KOs). Cruz targeted the body early and then crumpled the visitor from Rio Rico, Arizona in the corner in round two with a four-punch combination, ending with a right hand up top. Referee Gary Rosato reached the count of ten at 2:40 of the second round.
Ahmet Öner, promoter of heavyweight contender Odlanier Solis, has called for a clash between his fighter and Deontay Wilder after Wilder’s spectacular KO against Sergey Liakhovich on Friday night.
The iconic 5th Street Gym, Miami Beach., was the site of a pre-dawn break in this morning, Saturday, Aug 10th. The intruders vandalized the gym and got away with all the equipment and the precious collection of Muhammad Ali memorabilia. Miami Police CSI are on the scene and reviewing videotape from neighboring businesses.
“5th Street Gym has been a staple of Miami Beach for over 60 years, whoever did this deserves to be and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” said owner Tom Tsatas. (more…)
Update: Tom Loeffler, Managing Director of K2 Promotions, informed Fightnews.com that the offer was made and “we are waiting for the response which should be after this weekend.” Meanwhile, after some earlier Twitter posturing by Stevens and Main Events that created a firestorm of outrage, Main Events has tweeted that the offer is still under consideration.
On a conference call prior to his recent fight with Saul Roman, middleweight contender Curtis “Showtime” Stevens (25-3, 18 KOs) had some words for WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (27-0, 24 KOs):
“I’m ready right now. If it was up to me, I’d fight a champion right now. But the question is, do they want to give me a shot? I’m high risk. Nobody wants to get in there and get hit by me. If it was up to me, I’d fight Gennady Golovkin because he’s the most feared middleweight. I’m calling him out. People are scared to fight him, I’m asking to fight him.”
After Stevens annihilated Roman, the offer did come from the Golovkin camp for a November HBO clash on Stevens’ home turf in New York City (reportedly for the same $300,000 purse paid to Golovkin’s previous opponent Matthew Macklin). However Stevens’ promoter Main Events has rejected that offer.
— Main Events (@Main_Events) August 10, 2013
Stevens put it more bluntly.
I'm like a mother fucca on trial u never take the first offer ❗
— CURTIS STEVENS (@Showtime_curtis) August 10, 2013
By James Slater
Tyson Fury is all set to add a significant name to his team of sparring partners. Already working with fellow Brits Michael Sprott and Dillian Whyte, the unbeaten Fury will soon begin sparring with former KO victim and cruiserweight champ Steve “USS” Cunningham. Peter Fury, Tyson’s uncle and head trainer, has confirmed via his Twitter page that Cunningham – who was somewhat controversially KO’d in the 7th-round by Fury back in April – will work with Tyson for the remainder of the camp for the September 28th fight with Haye. Additionally, Peter Fury wrote how he is hoping to add “Fast” Eddie Chambers to the team of sparring partners. It’s clear that Tyson Fury is both working extremely hard and is taking the Haye fight very seriously.
By Rey Colón -The Sport Press
Two-division world champion Juan Manuel Lopez will start training next week for a comeback in December or January 2014 in the junior lightweight division. He also ruled out rumors of a fight against Wilfredo Vazquez Jr., which he attributed to fight fans on Twitter.
“I’ve seen that but I’m not [fighting Vazquez],” stated Juanma. “When I take a fight, Twitter is not going to know. At the moment I’m resting and I’m not thinking about what I’m going to do. I have not sat with company to speak and when I do we’ll determine that. The coming week I’ll begin to work on physical conditioning because I have to take care of that. If we keep at it, it’s my passion, it would have to wait until December or January. I’m not fighting again quickly. I’m overweight. Right now I’m at 155 pounds and when I can box, I’ll do it at 130.” (more…)
By Karl Freitag
A proposed September 28th fight between WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward and WBA #4 rated Dimitry Sartison has collasped. A deal had been reached and contracts were ready to be signed, however HBO rejected the fight. Sartison (30-2, 18 KOs), a former WBA world champion himself, will now fight on August 24 against Baker Barakat (38-14-4, 26 KOs) at the Hockeypark in Moenchengladbach, Germany. By the time the fight date rolls around for Ward vs. TBA, Andre will have been out of action for over a year, due to a shoulder injury followed by a promotional dispute.
Wilder: More people are now starting to feel that maybe I can be the guy who brings the heavyweight title back to America
Photo: Tom Casino/Showtime
“I’m just blessed with tremendous power,” said undefeated 6’7 heavyweight Deontay Wilder after destroying former world heavyweight champion Sergei Liakhovich on Friday night at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California. “I don’t depend on it, but it is there. I think my secret isn’t power. It’s my speed. I think people hear about all my KOs and tend to overlook that. I think all my KOs are helping me get a lot of people’s attention and I love that. I embrace it. I think more people are now starting to feel that maybe I can be the guy who brings the heavyweight title back to America. Honestly, I would love to be that guy.”
For Wilder, the annihilation of Liakhovich was his 17th first-round knockout since turning professional in November 2008. He has yet to go four full rounds. Six of his fights were over in the second, three were done in the third and three were finished in the fourth. He is currently ranked #6 in the WBA and WBO, #15 in the IBF and #30 in the WBC, but he figures to move up in each of organizations after his performance Friday night.
By Gary Purfield – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Welterweight Ronald Cruz) makes his return to the ring this Saturday before his hometown crowd at the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, PA. After two consecutive losses, this is a must-win for Cruz (17-2, 12 KOs who fights a ten -rounder against Rodolfo Armenta (12-10-1, 9 KOs) on the non-televised portion of Saturday’s Unimas card. The main event features featherweights Gamalier Rodriguez and Jorge Pazos. Boxing scribe Gary Purfield spoke to both Cruz and his manager Jimmy Deoria earlier this week. More…
By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Undefeated heavyweight Deontay Wilder (29-0, 29 KOs) extended his unbeaten and knockout streaks when he annihilated former world heavyweight champion Sergei “White Wolf” Liakhovich (25-6, 16 KOs) in the first round on Friday night at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California. A single right hand left Liakhovich writhing on the canvas. Time was 1:43.
In a good action clash between undefeated junior lightweights, Francisco “El Bandito” Vargas (17-0-1, 13 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over southpaw Brandon “The Untouchable” Bennett (16-1, 7 KOs). Despite a bad cut over his left eye, Vargas brought the fight to Bennett and was a deserving winner by scores of 99-91, 99-90, 98-92. Bennett was accompanied to the ring by Adrian Broner who was rapping into a mic the whole way.
Unbeaten junior middleweight Jermall “The Hitman” Charlo (15-0, 11 KOs) dominated Antwone Smith (23-5-1, 12 KOs) before knocking him down with a right hand to the head. Smith was wobbly when he got up and the bout was waved off. Time was 2:23 of the second round. Smith seemed drained after failing to make weight and coming in at 159. He was fined 20 percent of his purse for coming in heavy.
2008 U.S Olympian jr lightweight Gary Russell Jr. (22-0, 13 KOs) of Capital Heights, Maryland dominanted Juan Ruiz (23-12, 7KOs) as he won a unanimous decision. All three judges scored the bout unanimously 100-90, Gary Russell Jr. remains undefeated as he improves his record to 23-0, 13 KOs. (more…)
Lightweight Rustam “The Mongoose” Nugaev (25-6, 15 KOs) scored an impressive fifth round KO over Jose “El Loco” Hernandez (14-5-1, 6 KOs) on Friday night at the Morongo Casino Resort in Cabazon, California. Nugaev was too strong for Hernandez, finally battering him to a knee in round five for the count. Time was 1:38.
Undefeated jr. lightweight Jose “The Sniper” Pedraza moved to 14-0 with 9 KOs after a hard fought ten round unanimous decision over Gabriel “The Ghost” Tolmajyan (13-3-1, 3 KOs). Pedraza, a highly touted 2008 Olympian for Puerto Rico, compiled a 97-93 win on all cards to claim the USBA title. (more…)
By Gary “Digital” Williams
Here is the scale watch for the Top Flight Promotions card on Saturday, September 10 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center:
Brandon Quarles 155 vs. Jimmy LeBlanc 153
Alexander Johnson 173 vs. Simon Ruvalcaba 185
Greg Newby 170 vs. James Jones 173
Jarrett Hurd 155 vs. Issa Coulibaly 159
Joshua Parker 136 vs. Luis Rodriguez 135
Antonio Magruder 139 vs. Anthony Dave 135
Demond Nicholson 159 vs. Teron Walker 169
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Superstar Manny Pacquiao makes a surprise visit to the Wildcard Boxing Club in Hollywood, California to wish good luck to three-time world champion Miguel Cotto. Cotto is finishing up the first week of training with his new trainer Freddie Roach for his upcoming 12-round super welterweight battle against current top-five contender Delvin Rodriguez. Promoted by Miguel Cotto Promotions and Top Rank, in association with Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing and Tecate, Cotto vs. Rodriguez will take place Saturday, October 5 at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
Pacquiao will take on former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau,China. Pacquiao vs Rios will be televised live in the US, Saturday, Nov. 23, 9pm ET/6pm PT on HBO Pay-Per-View. more photos from the Wildcard Gym
By Phil Doherty
Azea Augustama 176 vs. Rayco Saunders 175.6
Jessy Cruz 118.25 vs. Lamar Charlton 119
Ahmed Elbiali 169 vs. Jerrod Caldwell 169.25
Jose Rivera 130 vs. Adrian Perez 132
Chaen Chess 217 vs. Carlos Reyes 206
Venue: Casino Miami Jai Alai
Promoter: Tiburon Promotions
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Anselmo Moreno 117 vs. William Urina 116
(WBA bantamweight “super” world title)
Nehomar Cermeño 122 vs. Oscar Escandon 121
(vacant interim WBA super bantamweight world title)
Ogleydis Suárez 126 vs. Liliana Palmera 123.75
(WBA female featherweight world title)
Roberto Vásquez 123 vs. Walberto Ramos 117.25
Azael Cosió 147 vs. Devis Cáceres 146
Venue: Megapolis – Hard Rock Café Hotel
Promoter: sampson Boxing LLC and Best Box
TV: TV Max and TyC Sports
Gamalier Rodriguez 125 vs. Jorge Pazos 125.3
(NABO featherweight title)
Ronald Cruz 145.2 vs. Rodolfo Armenta 147.8
Felix Verdejo 134.7 vs. Guillermo Delgadillo 133.2
Jesse Hart 171.6 vs. Steve Tyner 177.1
Toka Khan Clary 131.6 vs Jose Valderrama 132.2
Ariel Duran 139.9 vs. Jerome Rodriguez 140.7
William Miranda 242.2 vs. David Williams 223
Yurii Polischuk 145.6 vs. Arturo Trujillo 146.1
Venue: Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, PA
Promoter: Top Rank/Peltz Boxing
Rubio: We hope that the WBC appoints another challenger, because it’s no secret that Chavez Jr. can no longer make middleweight
By Gabriel F. Cordero
After having won his WBC middleweight eliminator against Dionisio Miranda, WBC #1 rated Marco Antonio ‘Veneno’ Rubio is now waiting to know who he’ll fight for the WBC interim championship. A second WBC middleweight eliminator is being fought between former champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and Brian Vera, but in the super middleweight division, with the winner then to face Rubio at middleweight.
“I leave everything in the hands of my promoters,” said Rubio. They have always managed my career looking after my interests. We hope that the WBC appoints another challenger, because it’s no secret that Chavez Jr. can no longer make middleweight and there are many fighters with the sufficient merits to compete for the title.”
A date for the title fight between Rubio and the Chavez-Vera winner has been set for the third week of November and Rubio expects that deadline to be respected. He has already started his preparations.
The opening two pay-per-view bouts of the September 14 mega-card at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas have been announced. In a 12-round battle for the IBF junior middleweight title, Ishe “Sugar Shay” Smith (25-5, 11 KOs) defends his crown for the first time against Carlos Molina (21-5-2, 6 KOs). The opening bout on the PPV will be a 10-round welterweight clash between Pablo Cesar “El Demoledor” Cano (26-3-1, 20 KOs) and England’s Ashley “Treasure” Theophane (33-5-1, 10 KOs). Of course, the two main bouts are the already announced blockbuster Mayweather-Alvarez and Garcia-Matthysse showdowns.
Photos: Pepe Rodriguez
Dante Jardon 128.9 vs. Gamaliel Diaz 130
(WBC Continental Americas super featherweight title)
Mauricio Pintor 146.6 vs. Emilio Perea 146.6
(WBC International silver welterweight title)
Jessica Nery Plata 108 vs. Jasseth Noriega 108
(WBC female youth light flyweight title)
Venue: Auditorio Plaza Condesa, Mexico City
Photos: Rafael Soto/Zanfer
Antonio DeMarco 142 vs. Fidel Monterrosa 142
Daniel Rosas 125.7 vs. Roberto Castaneda 124.1
Raul Hirales 123.5 vs. Carlos Medellin 123.5
Francisco Perez 113.8 vs. Mario Lara 114.6
Oscar Negrete 118.2 vs. Juan Domenech 119
Roberto Ramirez 134.5 vs. Benjamin Perez 131
Juan Ruiz 147.7 vs. Jose Luis Vazquez 145.5
Venue: Foro Tecate
TV: TV Azteca
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Promoter Andrey Ryabinsky, CEO of “MIC” Group of Companies, will host the kickoff press conference for the October 5 heavyweight world title clash between WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion and 1996 Olympic gold medalist Wladimir Klitschko (60-3, 51 KO) and WBA regular champion, 2004 Olympic Gold medalist Alexander Povetkin (26-0, 18 KO). The bout is being billed as “The Fight of the Decade.”
“It’s clear to everyone, that the Wladimir Klitschko-Alexander Povetkin fight is an event of global importance. Definitely, the fight of the decade. The battle between these two former Olympic champions has been discussed now for quite some time and is one that is highly anticipated by boxing fans around the world; that is why, it was so essential for us to promote this fight. Russia has not yet hosted a mega fight like this,” said Ryabinsky.
“It’s hard to say what Wilder will bring,” says Sergei “White Wolf” Liakhovich (25-5, 16 KOs), who fights unbeaten Deontay Wilder (28-0, 28 KO’s) tonight at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. “He’s got a very strong right hand, but he’s very predictable. I don’t see a lot of things special about him. I just know I’ll be ready for every second of every minute…I’m going to take him into deep waters. We’ll see if he can take as much as he can give.”
Mexican ring legend Julio Cesar Chavez has announced the formation of a new promotional company called “Julio Cesar Chavez Factory.” The company will focus on developing young fighters, including amateurs, in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, which includes Los Mochis and Culiacan, both hotbeds of boxing talent. His first event is August 18 in Culiacan.
By Ognian Georgiev “Bulgaria Today” daily newspaper
Tony “The Tiger” Thompson (38-3, 26 KOs) is more then ready to rumble. Twice a world heavyweight title challenger, the veteran will try once again to grab the most prestigious trophy in professional boxing. But he must earn the right to step in for the third time against Wladimir Klitschko. He’s got a very hungry opponent – European heavyweight champion and IBF #1 rated Kubrat “The Cobra” Pulev (17-0, 9 KOs). They will meet in Schwerin (Germany) on August 24 in a final IBF eliminator. The winner will receive a chance to fight with the younger of Klitschko brothers.
The fight was rumored to happen throughout July after IBF #3 Brayant Jennings refused to step in against Pulev. The Bulgarian’s team and Thompson, who is managed by himself, kept in secret about the negotiations until the very last minute before the fight was officially on. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Boxing returns to the Megapolis Convention Center in the Hard Rock Hotel in Panama City, Panama, Saturday with three world-championship bouts. In the main event, WBA bantamweight “super champion” Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno (33-2-1, 12 KOs) makes the eleventh defense of his 118lb belt against southpaw William Urina (24-2, 20 KOs) in a 12-round battle. Also, Oscar Escandon (22-0, 15 KOs) fights for the WBA interim super bantamweight title against former world champion Nehomar Cermeno (21-5-1, 13 KOs), and WBA female featherweight champion Ogleidis Suarez (18-2-1, 8 KOs) makes the first defense of her title in a rematch against Liliana “La Tigresa” Palmera (21-10-3, 15 KOs). The event is promoted by Sampson Boxing and Best Boxing.
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Photo: Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Unbeaten, hard-hitting Deontay Wilder (28-0, 28 KO’s) will try to extend his winning and knockout streaks when he meets former world heavyweight champion Sergei “White Wolf” Liakhovich (25-5, 16 KO’s) tonight at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.
“I think this is going to be a great fight,” said Wilder at Thursday’s weigh-in. “I don’t think they could have picked a better opponent for me. Liakhovich is a very tough guy. I know he is coming to fight. I don’t expect this to be easy. He’s going to put in all on the line, and that’s what I want. I want to see where I’m at. I always feel I have something to learn. At the same time, I’m looking forward to putting on a great show. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
The WBA Directory meeting kicked off Thursday in Panama City. WBA President Gilberto Mendoza presided over more than 20 WBA executives. The two-day meeting will review rules and special cases in addition to the reports of the various committees. (more…)
By Jeff Zimmerman
Knockout artist and rising Dallas star light welterweight Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (10-0-1, 8KO) will headline Paulie Ayala Productions next show, “Boxing at the Ballroom” on Friday, August 23rd at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas. Exciting super middleweight Samuel “The Main Even” Clarkson (7-2, 5KO) will fight in the co-main event. (more…)
By Bob Caico at ringside
Photos: Andy Newman
169lb Hector Camacho, Jr. escaped with an eight round unanimous decision Thursday night over 157lb Lee Murtagh in Rochester, NY. The first two rounds consisted of posing, fainting and holding by both fighters. Things opened up in the third as Camacho began to score with the right hand behind his jab. Camacho began the forth landing lead right hooks that opened a cut under Murtagh’s left eye. At this point the Irishman tried to rough house Camacho into a brawl but found himself getting deducted a point for low blows. Murtagh clowned and rough housed his way to another point deduction in the fifth round for intentional head butting Camacho who was content on jabbing and boxing. Murtagh was deducted a third point in the sixth as he repeatedly hit Camacho on the back of the head during clinches. Junior had enough of the tactics in the seventh round and landed a punch on the break and he had a point deducted. The eighth round was Camacho’s best has he landed straight lefts and right hooks.
As for the foul fest of a match Camacho was diplomatic, “You have an Irishman and a Puerto Rican so what do you expect, two hot blooded athletes in there.” Camacho came into the fight in not his best shape and blamed Ramadan (he is Muslim) for him to keeping the weight on even though he was working hard in the gym. With the win Hector, Jr. improves to 57-5-1, 31 KOs while Murtagh returns to Ireland at 33-15-1, 1 KO after scores of 77-71, 77-71 and 76-73. The bout was cut from ten to eight rounds. (more…)
Video on Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields from MLive.com: More
Gapo “The Ghost” Tolmajyan says he’s ready for yet another undefeated fighter, tomorrow night at the Morongo in Cabazon, Calif. More
Speaking of boxing films, Ang Lee, who directed “Life of Pi,” is working on a 3-D boxing flick: More
By Sam DiTusa at ringside
Cruiserweight Mike Wilson improved to 10-0, 4 KOs) with a six round unanimous decision over Mike Alderete (7-7-2, 3 KOs) at the Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville, Oregon last Saturday night. While the fight was competitive, Wilson controlled all the rounds with his speed and combination punching. The Medford native has taken advantage of his amateur pedigree to get off to a great start in his pro career. (more…)
The final press conference for Saturday’s fight card at the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem took place Thursday. The only televised boxing event scheduled for this Saturday will feature Gamalier Rodriguez (21-2-3, 15 KOs) defending his NABO featherweight belt against Jorge Pazos (19-5-1, 13 KOs) in the scheduled 10-round main event. Also on the card, welterweight Ronald Cruz (17-2, 12 KOs) tries to get back on the winning track against Rodolfo Armenta (12-10-1, 9 KOs). Also on the card is hot prospect and Puerto Rican Olympian Felix Verdejo (6-0, 5 KOs), who seeks to maintain his undefeated record in a six-round super featherweight bout against Guillermo Delgadillo (4-4-1, 0 KOs). Wilfredo Gomez, one of the greatest of all Puerto Rican boxers, will be ringside Saturday evening cheering for fellow-countrymen Rodriguez and Verdejo.
Here’s what the fighters had to say:
Gamalier Rodriguez: “Tell Pazos he’s going home with a loss Saturday. I’m happy to be with Top Rank and have my first fight on the East Coast.
Jorge Pazos: “I lost my last two fights but they were against guys I had to chase, especially against Orlando Cruz. He moved a lot. I hope I don’t have to chase this guy Saturday.” (more…)
By Anndee Laskoe
Photos: Tom Casino / Showtime
Deontay Wilder 224 vs Siarhei Liakhovich 232
Francisco Vargas 130 vs Brandon Bennett 129
Jermall Charlo 154 vs Antwone Smith 159.6
Allen Nevarez 127 vs Rigoberto Hermosillo 126.8
Gary Russell Jr 127 vs Juan Ruiz 125.6
Martin Morales 146.6 vs Eridanni Leon 146.2
Gerald Washington 245 vs Jerry Forrest 241
Juan Gonzalez 156.8 vs Leshon Sims 157
Jamie Kavanagh 135.4 vs Antonio Meza 136
Robert Easter 135 vs Lowell Brownfield 135
Friday, August 9, 2013
Venue: Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, CA
Photos: Mario Serrano / Gary Shaw Productions
Rustam Nugaev 136 vs. Jose Hernandez 136
Gabriel Tolmajyan 130 vs. Jose Pedraza 129.5
Alejandro Luna 134 vs. Christopher Rivera 135
Roy Tapia 123 vs. Eliezer Agosto 123
Arnold Barboza Jr. 146.5 vs. Vicente Guzman 147
Emmanuel Tagoe 132.75 vs. Gerardo Robles 130
Edgardo Laboy 123 vs. Luis Vargas 122.25
Joaquin Steve 152.5 vs. Bryan Edward Brooks 148
Venue: Morongo Casino, Cabazon, California
Promoter: Gary Shaw
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