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Photos: Leopoldo Gonzalez / Temmy Villa Canelo Promotions
WBC #1 super bantamweight Andres “Jaguar” Gutierrez (30-0-1, 22 KOs) kept his “0” intact and successfully defended his WBC silver belt with a twelve round unanimous decision against Mario “Huracan” Macias (26-13, 13 KOs) at the Auditorio Jose Maria Arteaga in Queretaro, Mexico. Scores were 118-109, 116-111, 117-110.
By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
Jose “Josesito” Felix Jr. (27-1, 22KO), coming back from an unsuccessful WBA super featherweight title challenge, rebounded nicely with a dominant 6th round TKO over journeyman Alejandro Rodriguez (21-15, 12KO) on Saturday night at the Glendale Civici Auditorium. Felix Jr. easily outboxed Rodriguez, badly bloodying the nose of Rodriguez in the process. By the sixth round, Rodriguez was a bloody mess and on his way to a wide decision loss or knockout loss when he knelt in his corner in pain while grabbing his hand. Rodriguez was ruled unable to continue due to injury, leading to a TKO victory for Felix Jr. Time of the stoppage was 1:41 of the sixth round of the scheduled 8 round lightweight main event.
Undefeated junior welterweight southpaw, Jose Zepeda (21-0, 18KO) put an awesome display of body punching with a third round knockout over the game Adrian Garza (8-4, 6KO). Zepeda was in control the entire way and dropped Garza early in the third round with a hook to the body and twice more before the referee stopped the bout at 2:22 of the third round.
Undefeated lightweight prospect Ivan “Bam Bam” Najera (14-0, 8 KOs) won a highly competitive split decision over the slick boxing Stan Martyniouk (13-2, 2 KOs). The 21 year old San Antonio, Texas, native, Najera, was the aggressor, throughout, but Martyniouk boxed well the entire way and managed to land a few solid power shots, as well. However, Martyniouk, relying largely on his jab and counter punching, was going to be hard pressed to win while fighting from a defensive position. Judges scored the bout 79-73, 75-77 (in favor of Martyniouk) and 78-74. There were no knockdowns in the bout and neither fighter seemed seriously hurt at any point. (more…)
Photos: Rich Graessle / Main Events
IBF #2 undefeated heavyweight contender Vyacheslav “Czar” Glazkov (18-0-1, 11 KOs) was lucky to win a ten round majority decision over Derric Rossy (29-9, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Sands Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Rossy mostly outworked Glazkov, but a last round rally salvaged the win. Scores were 95-95, 96-94, and an absurd 98-92.
Little known light heavyweight Vasily Lepikhin (16-0, 9 KOs) took apart world rated Robert Berridge (24-2-1, 20 KOs), scoring a fifth round TKO. Lepikhin knocked down Berridge at the end of round two and twice in round five. Referee Gary Rosato waved it off after Lepikhin continued to deal out punishment. Time was 1:04.
Hot heavyweight prospect Joseph Parker (10-0, 9 KOs) scored a third round KO over Keith Thompson (7-3, 4 KOs). Parker dropped Thompson twice in round three to end it. Time was 2:41. (more…)
By John DiSanto at ringside
Photos: Amanda Kwok / SHOWTIME
In the scheduled 10-round main event, WBC/WBA junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia, Philadelphia, stopped Rod Salka, Pittsburgh, in round two, after three brutal knockdowns. The fight was a non-title bout. The first knockdown came from a hard right hand. Another right put Salka on the deck for the second time. Finally, a left hook dropped Salka again. Referee Steve Willis stopped the fight at 2:31 of round two. Garcia remained undefeated, 29-0, 17 KOs. Salka lost for the fourth time, 19-4, 3 KOs.
Lamont Peterson, Washington, DC, defended his IBF junior middleweight title with a 10th round TKO of Edgar Santana, New York. Peterson, 33-2-1, 16 KOs, scored well with a blistering body attack throughout the fight and landed chopping power shots all night long. Peterson only used his feet to reposition himself and to take an occasional breather. The rest of the time, he stayed in the pocket and chopped away at his rugged foe. Santana, 29-5, 20 KOs, landed as well, but Peterson outworked him in every round. There were no knockdowns in the fight, but the fifth round could have been scored 10-8, given the amount of punishment Peterson dished out. Finally in round ten, with Peterson landing freely to the head and body, the ringside physician signaled that he wanted the fight to be stopped. So referee Pete Santiago halted it at 2:48 of the tenth.
It was bombs away in the first round of the Daniel Jacobs-Jarrod Fletcher vacant WBA middleweight championship fight. Jacobs, Brooklyn, came out fast and dropped Fletcher with a nasty left hook in round one. After that, it seemed that every punch Jacobs threw hurt the Australian, but somehow he made it to the end of the round. In round two, Jacobs appeared to ease off for some reason, instead of going for the knockout. “When I hurt him in the first round and he didn’t go out, I wanted to pace myself and not get tired,” Jacobs said. Jacobs kept the upper hand as the rounds ticked by, but didn’t come close to putting his opponent down again. However, in round five, just when Fletcher appeared to be getting brave, Jacobs refocused and went for the kill. A hard left hook softened Fletcher before a pair of rights put him down again. Referee Michael Griffin stepped in and stopped the fight at 2:58 of round five. Jacobs improved to 28-1, 25 KOs. Fletcher fell to 18-2, 10 KOs. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Former Australian featherweight champion Corey McConnell (14-1-1, 2 KOs) stopped Filipino Ryan Sermona (16-6, 8 KOs) in round seven of scheduled twelve to capture the WBC International super featherweight title at the Crossing Theatre, Narrabri, NSW, Australia on Saturday. McConnell’s only loss was to highly regarded Englishman Lee Selby in Commonwealth title challenge in England in 2013. IBF #10 Sermona had previously visited Australia stopping Matt Garlett inside the distance.
WBA middleweight “interim” world champion Dmitry Chudinov (14-0-2, 9 KOs) overpowered and destroyed #12 rated Medhi Bouadla (30-6, 11 KOs) on Saturday night at the Open-Air Bike Show in Sevastopol, Crimea. Chudinov dropped Bouadla in round one with a left hook to the body. In round two, Bouadla twice took a knee to escape brutal Chudinov barrages. Chudinov floored Bouadla two more times in round three to end it.
Former world title challenger and Mike Tyson-conqueror Danny Williams (46-23, 35 KOs) was defeated in four rounds by pro debuting Pavel Doroshilov. Williams was holding ice over his left eye as he remained in his corner following the fourth round of a scheduled six. The 41-year-old Williams has now lost 13 of his last 15 fights. (more…)
Due to multiple fights falling out at the last minute, All Out Promotions and Edmond’s Promotions have cancelled tonight’s card at the Police Athletic League in Parsippany, NJ.
Additional information on a potential September date will follow shortly.
On October 4, one of the most popular featherweights in the UFC, “The Korean Zombie, Chan Sung Jung, will be back in the Octagon to start his road back to a 145-pound title shot when he faces Akira Corassani in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night Stockholm at the Globe Arena . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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Two versions of the WBA world middleweight title will be on the line today, and neither of them involve a fighter with the initials “GGG.” First up it will be WBA middleweight “interim” world champion Dmitry Chudinov (13-0, 8 KOs) defending his belt against #12 rated Medhi Bouadla (30-5, 11 KOs) in Sevastopol, Russia. Later on, the vacant WBA middleweight “regular” world championship will be the prize when WBA #3 rated Daniel Jacobs (27-1, 24 KOs) meets #2 Jarrod Fletcher (18-1, 10 KOs) in Brooklyn, NY.
Two weeks ago, WBA middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin successfully defended the “super” version of the WBA belt against Daniel Geale at Madison Square Garden.
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
WBA #9, WBO #10 140-pounder Chad “Hollywood” Bennett (34-4-3, 25 KOs) stopped Stevi Ongen Ferdinandus (15-7-1, 8 KOs) in round five of a scheduled twelve with the vacant Eurasia Pacific Boxing Council title up for grabs at the Nelson Bay Diggers Club, Newcastle, NSW, Australia on Friday. Bennett was in control of the contest from round one and at :45 of round five, referee
Brad Griffith called it off. Bennett who has boxed successfully in the USA is after title shots against WBA champion Danny Garcia and WBO champion Chris Algieri.
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Classy Australian lightweight Cameron Glass scored a tenth round knockout over Brendan Saunders to capture the WBF Asia Pacific title at Club Punchbowl, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Friday. Saunders controlled rounds one and two but in round three Glass found the range for his combinations and visibly hurt his opponent several times in the following rounds. The action see-sawed with both boxers having good rounds but in round ten a booming right hand from Glass dropped Saunders and referee Gary Dean crowned Glass. (more…)
Heavyweights Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury will settle their differences once and for all on November 22 at the ExCeL London. The bitter rivals have built up a lot of anger and frustration over the postponement of their fight last month and are now set to battle it out in an explosive battle for the European and Vacant British titles and a Final Eliminator for the WBO World Heavyweight Championship.
Londoner Chisora withdrew from the first fight after fracturing his hand in sparring on the week prior to the fight and top ten world ranked Alexander Ustinov was brought in to fight Fury. On the night before the show Fury’s uncle and first pro trainer, Hughie, was taken critically ill into hospital and Fury was withdraw by his other uncle and current trainer, Peter, feeling that he was not mentally prepared for the fight. (more…)
Former WBA superflyweight champion, Venezuelan Liborio Solis (18-3) stopped Mexican Jose Carlos Vargas (13-10) on the main event of a six fights card celebrated on Saturday night at Gimnasio Yuyin Luzcando in Panama City, Panama.
After trading power punches, Vargas went to the canvas at the end of the first round. In the second Solis dropped his opponent twice forcing referee Guillermo Perez to declare a TKO exactly one minute into that round.
Photos: Pablo Lozano Reyes
In a clash of young prospects, welterweight Edgar “El Nene” Ortega (15-1, 10 KOs) won a ten round majority decision over previously undefeated Daniel Rosario (8-1, 7 KOs) on Friday night at the Salon Jose Cuervo in Mexico City.
Both fighters had their moments in a bout that offered good two-way action. Scores were 95-95 and 98-92, 97-93 for Ortega, who claimed the vacant WBO Latin welterweight title. Rosario is trained by Evangelista Cotto.
In a war between unbeaten welterweights, Sammy “The Who Can Mexican” Vasquez (16-0, 12 KOs) scored an impressive ninth round TKO over James “Keep ‘em Sleepin” Stevenson (21-1, 14 KOs) on Friday night at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Great two-way action in every round. Vasquez dropped Stevenson in round eight and the bout was waved off in round nine. Time was :25.
In a great fight, lightweight Monty Meza Clay (36-3, 22 KOs) scored a spectacular tenth round TKO Over Alan Herrera (32-7, 21 KOs). Meza Clay dropped Herrera in round six, but Herrera came back to rock Meza Clay in round nine. The local fan favorite Meza Clay wasn’t about to disappoint his hometown fans, however, and he came out throwing non-stop punches in round ten to rock Herrera and force a referee’s stoppage. Time was 2:00.
Big-punching 2012 Olympian middleweight Ievgen “The Ukrainian Lion” Khytrov (6-0, 6 KOs) destroyed unfortunate Willie Fortune “500” (17-2, 8 KOs) in the first round. Khytrov jumped right on Fortune and blew him away with a barrage of punches. Time was :30.
WBC #5 super welterweight contender Willie “The Great” Nelson (23-1-1, 13 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Luis Grajeda (17-3-2, 13 KOs) on Friday night outdoors at the Churchill County Fairgrounds in Fallon, Nevada. Nelson won by scores of 98-92 on all cards, but Grajeda staggered him in rounds three and eight.
Super middleweight Jason “Monstruo” Escalera (15-2-1, 12 KOs) scored an eight round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Norbert Nemesapati (14-1, 13 KOs). Nemesapati rocked Escalera in round one, but Escalera stormd back to batter Nemesapati in round two. Escalera dropped Nemesapati in round three and went on to win by scores of 78-73, 78-72, 79-72.
In his pro debut, 2008 Olympic silver medalist Zhang Zhilei needed just 17 seconds to KO badly outgunned Curtis Lee Tate (6-5, 6 KOs). The 31-year-old Zhilei moves to 1-0, 1 KO after his brief pro debut. The KO punch was a straight left to the shoulder of Tate.
Photos: German Villasenor
Jose Felix Jr. 136.8 vs. Alejandro Rodriguez 136.6 Lbs.
Stan Martyniok 134.6 vs. Ivan Najera 135.6
(Najera came back and made the contracted 135 weight)
Esquiva Falcao 157.4 vs. Malcolm Terry 154
Jose Zepeda 142 vs. Adrian Garza 142
Edgar Valero 120.4 vs. Adrian Rodriguez 120
Zachary Wohlman 141.2 vs. Paul Velarde 138.4
Liam Vaughan 159 vs. Saul Benitez 156.4
Luis Diaz 130.6 vs. Luis Sedano 131.2
Alexey Zubov 198.4 vs. Harvey Jolley 191.6
Venue: Glendale Civic Auditorium, Glendale, California
Promoter: Top Rank/Bash Boxing
Photos: Rich Graessle/Main Events
Vyacheslav Glazkov 218.5 vs. Derric Rossy 232.5
Robert Berridge 173.5 vs. Vasily Lepikhin 174
Joseph Parker 228.5 vs. Keith Thompson 220
Frankie Garriga 121.5 vs. Luis Acevedo 121.5
Tyrell Wright 221 vs. Randy Easton 218.5
Ismael Serrano 138.5 vs. Johnathan Williams 141.5
Khalib Whitmore 177.5 vs. Lamont Capers 177
Venue: Sands Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Promoter: Main Events
TV: NBC Sports Network
By Karl Freitag
Oddsmakers view all three of Saturday night’s featured bouts at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center as lopsided encounters. WBC/WBA super lightweight champion Danny Garcia is a 34 to 1 favorite (-3400) to defeat Rod Salka (+1700) in the non-title main event, IBF jr welterweight champion Lamont Peterson is a 25 to 1 pick (-2500) to defeat Edgar Santana (+1400), and in the closest matchup, Daniel Jacobs is a 7 to 1 favorite (-700) to win a version of the WBA middleweight title against Jarrod Fletcher (+500).
The over/under propositions, however, are all close and fluctuating. Currently, the over/under for Garcia-Salka is 7.5 rounds with over at -165 and under at +135. The over/under for Peterson-Santana is 10.5 rounds with over at -105 and under at -125. Finally, the over/under for Jacobs-Fletcher is 8.5 rounds with over at +115 and under at -145.
Photos: Zanfer Promotions
Francisco Rodríguez 105 vs. Katsunari Takayama 105
(IBF/WBO mini-flyweight unification fight)
Tomas Rojas 127 vs. Irving Berrey 127
Alejandro Barrera 147.5 vs. Abner López 147.5
Carlos Díaz 131 vs. Adán Morales 130.5
Juan Hernández 114 vs. Jesús Straffon 112.5
José Luis Rodríguez 134.5 vs. Jorge Rodríguez 130.5
Venue: Arena Monterrey, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
TV: TV Azteca (Mexico) BEin Sports Espanol (USA)
By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photos: Phisit Juajan/Kokiet Groups
WBA #4 super fly Norasing Kokietgym (11-0-1, 8 KOs) successfully grabbed the vacant WBC Asia Silver 115lb title when he stopped Geboi Mansalayao (reportedly 9-17-4) on Friday at Sawan Vegas Hotel in Suwannakhet, Laos. Norasing overwhelmed the Filipino, mostly punishing his foe with vicious combinations. The show rapidly ended when Thai fighter landed a big body shot following by two big right hooks which dropped the Filipino for a full ten count at 1:57 of round two.
In the other co-main event, Nampetch Kwanjaisrikot (2-1) became the first Laotian to win an international professional boxing title as she scored a unanimous decision over Thailander Kanda Por Muangpetch, capturing the vacant WBC Asia Female 108lb title. Both female fighters excitingly exchanged punches in a close affair bout and finally, all three judges favored the local fighter who showed her more accurate punches during the last three rounds. All scorecards were read 96-94.
In other action, ABCO #13 minimum Saenganan Kokietgym (7-0, 5 KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Indonesian Domi Nenokeba. And WBC Female #22 Kanittha Kokietgym (21-6, 8 KOs) stopped Sroipetch Sithphosai in round four. This event was promoted by Kokiet Panichyarom of Kokiet Groups promotion. photos
By Ognian Georgiev / Bulgaria Today
Ross “The Boss” Puritty is the first man to beat and knock out Wladimir Klitschko among professionals. The American from Norman, Oklahoma, was a total outsider when he met the future heavyweight champ in 1998. The bout was in Kiev. The Ukrainian was 24-0 with 23 KOs at the time, while Puritty’s record was 25 wins, 13 losses and 1 draw. In the beginning of 11th round, the Klitschko corner stopped the bout.
Now Wladimir is reigning WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO heavyweight champ with 16 successful defenses. Puritty is a 47-year-old retired fighter, who finished his career in 2007 with 31 wins (27 KOs), 20 losses and 3 draws.
What do you remember from your fight with Wladimir Klitschko?
A very tough fight, very tough guy. He punches hard and is very skilled.
How did you manage to knock him out? (more…)
Photos: Amanda Kwok / Showtime
Danny Garcia 141.75 vs. Rod Salka 141
Daniel Jacobs 159.5 vs. Jarrod Fletcher 159.25
(WBA middleweight title)
Lamont Peterson 140 vs. Edgar Santana 139.5
(IBF jr welterweight title)
Sadam Ali 146.6 vs. Jeremy Bryan 145.4
Anthony Peterson 137 vs. Edgar Riovalle 144.4
Marcus Browne 176.4 vs. Paul Vasquez 174.2
Prichard Colon 150 vs. Lenwood Dozier 154.2
D’Mitrius Ballard 169 vs. Barry Trotter 168.4
Zachary Ochoa 140 vs. Luis Cervantes 139.6
Venue: Barclays Center
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: Showtime, Showtime Extreme
Following up a successful show last year that featured world class talent from the Top Rank stable as well as local prospects from the Los Angeles area, Glendale Fight Night has outdone itself with a full card of compelling bouts at the Glendale Civic Auditorium this Saturday. In the main event, super featherweight Jose Felix Jr. (26-1-1, 21 KOs) takes on Alejandro Rodriguez (21-14, 12 KOs). Felix is coming off the first loss of his career when he challenged Bryan Vasquez for the interim WBA super featherweight belt. Rodriquez took undefeated prospect Haskell Rhodes to the brink of an upset in a split decision loss and earned a draw with local Texas favorite Robert Marroquin. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Fightnews.com has learned that the date for the clash between IBF middleweight champion Sam Soliman (44-11, 18 KOs) and former champion Jermain Taylor (32-4-1, 20 KOs) will take place on October 4. The bout will land at a venue in either Florida or Connecticut. Soliman will be making the first defense of the belt he won from Felix Sturm in May.
Even though August is just getting underway and there are a bunch of quality scraps on the calendar for the month ahead, it’s impossible to not look ahead to UFC 178 and the jam-packed lineup that will hit the Octagon on September 27 inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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The New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC), which regulates the sport of boxing in New York State, launched an initiative to enroll uninsured members of the State’s boxing community in affordable health care plans through New York State of Health: The Official Health Plan Marketplace. The Commission has enlisted the services of not-for-profit NADAP, which has been contracted by the New York State Department of Health (DOH), to enroll individuals and families in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
“We believe it is vital for boxers to have the ability to see a doctor and maintain good health with a yearly physical,” stated NYSAC’s Executive Director, David Berlin. “This initiative gives boxers and others in the boxing community the opportunity to enroll in health insurance plans through the NY State of Health Marketplace. This is a simple, common sense effort to promote their health and well-being.” (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Boxing Beat
WBA female light-minimumweight champ Ayaka Miyao (14-1, 2 KOs), 102.25, engaged in a non-title ten round bout and impressively halted Thailander Yokfah Mor.Krungthepthonburi (9-7-1, 1 KO), 102.25, at 1:39 of the eighth round on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. Miyao, a short but speedy girl, made good use of her faster hand and foot, battering the slower Thailander in every round. The ref finally called a halt to stop the one-sided affair.
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Coming off his split decision world title loss to WBC lightweight champion Omar Figueroa in April, “The Corpus Christi Kid” Jerry Belmontes (19-5, 5 KOs) moved back down to super featherweight and lost another split decision, this time to Abner “Pin” Cotto (18-2, 8 KOs). Cotto deducted a point for a low blow in round four, but won a ten round split nod 95-94, 96-93 on two cards. Belmontes was up 95-94 on the third card. The fight took place Thursday night at the American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Unbeaten welterweight Keandre Gibson (11-0-1, 5 KOs) won an entertaining eight round split decision over Jose “Loco” Hernandez (14-8-1, 6 KOs). Both fighters were intent on attacking the body. Hernandez body-slammed Gibson in the last round. Scores were 77-75 Hernandez, 79-73, 78-84 Gibson.
Unbeaten bantamweight Oscar Cantu (8-0, 1 KO) oupointed Joseph Rios (13-10-2, 4 KOs) over six rounds. Scores were 60-54, 60-54, 59-55.
Willie Nelson 154 vs. Luis Grajeda 154.8
Norbert Nemesapati 165 vs. Jason Escalera 168
Zhang Zhilei 259.2 vs. Curtis Lee Tate 227.4
Eduardo Alicea 167.4 vs. Kirk Huff 162.4
Joel Diaz Jr 131.6 vs. Kevin Aguilar 133
Oscar Vasquez 113 vs. Sergio Lopez 113
Venue: Churchill County Fairgrounds, Fallon, NV
Promoter: DiBella Entertainment
Former world champion Antonio Tarver, now campaigning at heavyweight, returns on September 29 against Johnathon Banks in Hidaldgo, Texas.
Unbeaten heavyweight contender Deontay Wilder will take on Jason Gavern next Saturday at StubHub Center in Carson, California
Photos: Iron Mike Promotions
All fighters made their contractual weight for Friday night’s “The Pride of Pittsburgh” presented by Iron Mike Promotions at the CONSOL Energy Center and telecast LIVE on FOX Sports 1 (9:00 p.m. ET).
Sammy Vasquez Jr. 146.7 vs. James Stevenson 145.8
(IBF/USBA welterweight title bout)
Monty Meza Clay 136.5 vs. Allan Herrera 138
Ievgen Khytrov 160.4 vs. Willie Fortune 160.3
Erickson Lubin 154.2 vs. Francisco Javier Reza 155.8
Claudio Marrero 128 vs. Felix Perez 128.5
Dennis Galarza 129.3 vs. Vincent Jennings 129.3
Ryan Martin 140 vs. Engelberto Valenzuela 140
Amonte Eberhardt 149 vs. Travis McLaren 151
Steve Geffrand 185.5 vs. Darius Harris 181
Photos: All Star Boxing
Edgar “Nene” Ortega 147 vs. Daniel Rosario 146
(WBO Latin welterweight title)
Luis “Cotto” Vidales 140 Vs. Saul “Puma” Mendoza 143
Elias Olivares 110 Vs. Jorge Rubio 111
Emanuel “Pequeno Veneno” Dominguez 121 Vs. Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete 121
Uriel “Yuca” Lopez 116 Vs. Francisco “Paco” Vara 115
Giovanni “Pajarito” Andrade 106 Vs. Luis Alberto “Goliat” Najera 105
Jesus Perez 118 Vs. Fernando Lopez 118
Venue: Salon Jose Cuervo
Tickets: ticketmaster.com.mx or at the door
First fight: 8 PM
TV: Telemundo Main Event live 11:35 PM in the US & Claro Sports in Mexico and Latin America
Promoter: Felix “Tuto” Zabala, Jr., All Star Boxing, Inc. in association with Producciones Deportivas and RB Producciones
Photos: Larry Levanti / Main Events
Unbeaten IBF #2 heavyweight Vyacheslav “Czar” Glazkov (17-0-1, 11 KOs) and veteran Derric “El León” Rossy (29-8-0, 14 KOs) met with the press for their final press conference before their fight this Saturday at the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, PA.
Vyacheslav “Czar” Glazkov
“I would like to thank Main Events, Kathy Duva, Sands and NBCSN for the opportunity to come here and show my skills. I just went through the very good camp with John David Jackson and Derik Santos. I got more experience and I can’t wait to showcase that Saturday night. I wanted to thank Derric Rossy for taking this fight. The strongest man is going to win Saturday night.”
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