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Vargas, Reyes triumph in Ixtapa, Mexico

Vargas, Reyes triumph in Ixtapa, Mexico

By Gabriel F. Cordero Photos: Promociones del Pueblo Unbeaten WBC #4 rated super bantamweight Rey Vargas (23-0, 20 KOs) scored a second round KO ...

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Rios destroys Alvarado in three

Rios destroys Alvarado in three

By Bill Green at ringside Photos: Chris Farina / Top Rank In the rubber match of their trilogy, former world champion Brandon Rios (33-2-1, ...

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Inoue Receives Japan’s Boxer of the Year Award

Inoue Receives Japan’s Boxer of the Year Award

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Sumio Yamada Having welcomed a golden era of boxing to hold nine world champions, the Japan Boxing Commission (JBC) ...

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Alvarado, Rios make weight, trilogy is on

Alvarado, Rios make weight, trilogy is on

By Bill Green at the scale Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank Mike Alvarado 146.5 vs. Brandon Rios 146.75 Gilberto Ramirez 170.5 vs. Maxim Vlasov 170 Aik Shakhnazaryan ...

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Results from New York City

Results from New York City

By Matt Richardson at ringside Photos: Marilyn Paulino Featherweight Floriano Pagliara (16-7-2, 6 KO’s) easily defeated journeyman Antwan Robertson Thursday night at Webster Hall ...

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Boxing News

Mares-Agbeko Video Preview

Saturday, December 3rd at 9PM on SHOWTIME … By popular demand … the rematch between two of the world’s top bantamweight boxer. Watch as Abner Mares defends his controversial win by returning to the ring to face Joseph King Kong Agbeko. Plus, Vic Darchinyan returns to take on Anselmo Moreno.



November 16th, 2011



Announcement

Cutman Joe Souza passes

Legendary cut man Joe Souza passed away early this week in San Antonio, Texas, at the age of 77 after a long battle with prostrate cancer. Souza, one of the best cutmen in the business, saved many a fight for famous bleeders Arturo Gatti and “Jesse” James Leija, as well as working with former champions Pernell Whitaker, the Klitschko brothers, Fernando Vargas and Paulie Ayala. Fightnews staff sends deepest sympathies to his family and friends.



November 16th, 2011

Boxing News

DeGale/Groves twinbill moved from London to Liverpool

Frank Warren’s show planned for the ExCeL London on Friday 9th December – joint-headlined by James DeGale and George Groves in separate championship fights – has been switched to the Liverpool Echo Arena on the same date. Due to unforeseen circumstances, ExCeL were unable to stage the event due to their Olympic test event commitment and, with no other London venue available, Ian Congdon from the Liverpool Echo Arena jumped at the chance to stage another international boxing event at the city’s premier venue. Last month Liverpool star Tony Bellew and Nathan Cleverly fought a tremendous battle for the WBO World Light-Heavyweight title at the venue in one of the best fights seen in recent years, and in July John Murray and Kevin Mitchell were also involved in a thrilling fight at the same venue. DeGale will take on tough Spaniard Jose Guerrero in the first defence of his WBO Intercontinental Super-Middleweight title, while his great rival Groves will defend his Commonwealth title against a challenger to be confirmed.



November 16th, 2011

UFC

UFC sues to overturn NY ban on MMA

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and a group of plaintiffs including fighters, fans, trainers and others involved with Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) announced today that they have filed a lawsuit against New York State officials challenging the constitutionality of the state law banning live professional MMA events and associated activities (the “Ban”). The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, challenges the Ban for violating numerous provisions of the United States Constitution, including the First Amendment, the Equal Protection Clause and the Due Process Clause. Specifically, the lawsuit alleges the Ban infringes upon the rights of the fighters who want to publicly exhibit their skills as professionals and express themselves before a live audience, the rights of fans who would like to experience live professional MMA events, and the rights of those who train, publicize or otherwise advance MMA in New York. Plaintiffs point to the following as evidence of the irrational, unconstitutional nature of the Ban: (more…)



November 16th, 2011

Boxing News

Cintron Training in Mexico

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Nine weeks of training in Houston and two in Mexico City are planned for former world champion Kermit Cintron to win the WBC super welterweight title held by Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. Cintron went ahead to Mexico City with his trainer Ronnie Shields to acclimate to the conditions prevailing in this city. “Nobody could ever beat me when I train at 100%,” said Cintron. “I have more experience and I have faced better fighters than Alvarez, Antonio Margarito, Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez and Alfredo “Perro” Angulo.”



November 16th, 2011

StrikeForce

Budd has a surprise for Ronda

STRIKEFORCE is live on SHOWTIME Nov. 18!

Julia Budd was under no illusions when it came to public perception before her third professional mixed martial arts bout against Germaine de Randamie in June of this year . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, Strikeforce.com
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For more on Strikeforce, visit www.strikeforce.com



November 16th, 2011

Feature Story

Amir Khan promises fireworks

By Miguel Maravilla
Photos: Gene Blevins – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

Amir “King” Khan (26-1,18 KOs) demonstrated that he is ready for his December 10th showdown against Lamont “Havoc” Peterson (29-1-1, 15KOs) as he worked out Tuesday in front of the media at the Wild Card Boxing Gym in Hollywood, California. Khan is coming off an impressive KO win over Zab Judah back in July during which he captured the IBF jr welterweight title to add to his WBA title. “Training is going very well,” Khan said. “We are going to be ready for this fight no matter what!”

A focused Khan began his workout shadowboxing for three rounds. Afterwards he worked on combination punching hitting the punch mitts with trainer Freddy Roach. Khan has been sparring with jr middleweight Roberto Garcia, jr welterweight prospect Jose Benavidez and welterweight sensation Wale Omotoso in preparation for Peterson. (more…)



November 16th, 2011

UFC

Bonnar: The uglier the better

UFC 139 is LIVE on PPV Nov. 19!

Every UFC fighter, without exception, is asked to name his favorite technique. Only one of the 303 pro athletes on matchmaker Joe Silva’s roster answered “the punch to the face.” . . . Click here for more by Frank Curreri, UFC.com
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For more on UFC 139 or the UFC, visit www.UFC.com



November 16th, 2011

Feature Story

Five WBF title fights at Montecasino in Sandton, South Africa

By Ron Jackson

Heavyweights Francois Botha and Michael Grant head a bill in which the Montecasino entertainment centre and new promoter Damian Michael of Showpony Promotions can claim some sort of record by presenting five “world” title fights on one night at the Montecasino in Fourways, Sandton near Johannesburg on Saturday night. South Africa’s Botha 48-5-3-1nc; 28 a former IBF and WBF champion faces Grant 47-4; 35 from the USA in a bout for the vacant World Boxing Federation belt. (more…)



November 16th, 2011

StrikeForce

Who’s next? Could be Brunson

STRIKEFORCE is live on SHOWTIME Nov. 18!

Strikeforce middleweight prospect Derek Brunson isn’t going to lie. As a cheerleader for UNC-Pembroke, he lost a few.

“Oh yeah, it’s part of the learning process,” said Brunson of the act of throwing his female teammates in the air and catching them, either with one hand or both arms, an act immortalized in his audition video for an unsuccessful bid for a spot on The Ultimate Fighter . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, Strikeforce.com
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For more on Strikeforce, visit www.strikeforce.com



November 15th, 2011

UFC

Kingsbury: Art of the Brawl

UFC 139 is LIVE on PPV Nov. 19!

The Octagon is a war zone and UFC fighters are its soldiers of fortune. The rank and file enter the cage aiming for a win, but there are others with deranged views of glory who seek three round slugfests that metaphorically set the arena on fire as fight fans scream along in the inferno of combat viewing excitement. The viking-like savagery these particular Mixed Martial Artists desire in their 15 minutes of ambidextrous assault is what keeps sane men up at night. These warriors who are only satiated by this havoc are bestowed upon them a coveted honor . . . Click here for more by Jordan Newmark, UFC.com
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For more on UFC 139 or the UFC, visit www.UFC.com



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

WBC gears up drive for wider acceptance of open scoring

WBC President Jose Sulaiman says had open scoring been used in the Pacquiao-Marquez bout last Saturday, the current controversy could have been avoided. “The WBC has a regulation that they don’t want to apply in the United States and that is to announce scores after the fourth and eighth rounds. If this was done, we wouldn’t have this scandal,” he stated. Open scoring will be one of the priorities to be discussed during the WBC Annual Convention, which will be held in Las Vegas on December 11-17. For the last five years, the organization has been announcing the score after the fourth and eighth rounds in most countries, which they argue gives the fans in the arena, those watching on television, and most importantly the boxers themselves the opportunity to know how they stand in the fight in order to adjust their strategy and efforts. (more…)



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Eddie Gomez headlines Friday’s Telefutura telecast from Puerto Rico

This Friday in Telefutura’s Solo Boxeo series returns to San Juan, Puerto Rico. The main event at the Complejo Deportivo Nilmarie Santini will feature undefeated super welterweight prospect Eddie Gomez (6-0, 5 KOs) from the Bronx, who is looking for his fourth straight victory by knockout against Cuban Antonio Infante (6-1, 4 KOs) in an eight round clash. In the co-main event, super flyweight Yovany Fuentes (5-1, 4 KOs) of Bayamon, Puerto Rico, faces Miami’s Angel Cruz (6-1-1, 4 KOs) in a six round fight. The card is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Miguel Cotto Promotions.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Further Pacquiao-Marquez scoring analysis

By Barry Lindenman

Scoring Summary by the Numbers

1. In six of the twelve rounds, all three judges agreed on the winner of the round.

2. In the first seven rounds, there was only one round where there wasn’t unanimous consent as to the winner.

3. There was disagreement among the judge’s scoring in all of the last five rounds of the fight.

4. Judge Trowbridge was the “lone wolf” in only one round (round 12)
a. Awarded the round to Marquez, while the other two judges awarded the round to Pacquiao.

5. Judge Moretti was the “lone wolf” in two rounds (rounds 2 and 11)
Awarded the rounds to Marquez, while the other two judges awarded the rounds to Pacquiao.

6. Judge Hoyle was the “lone wolf” in three rounds (rounds 8, 9 and 10)
Awarded the rounds to Marquez, while the other two judges awarded the rounds to Pacquiao.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Pacquiao-Marquez generates biggest live gate Las Vegas has seen in four years

The numbers for the Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez live gate at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas are in and the event was a huge success producing the biggest boxing crowd in years in the boxing mecca. According to Keith Kizer, Executive Director of the Nevada Athletic Commission, there were 15,498 tickets sold for the fight, the most for a Nevada boxing event since Mayweather-De La Hoya in May 2007, and second-most since Hopkins-De La Hoya in September 2004. Gross sales were $11,648,300, #9 all-time in Nevada.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Full Card Announced for Hitz Boxing ‘Thanksgiving Eve Belvedere Bash’ in Chicago

The full card has been announced for Hitz Boxing’s “Thanksgiving Eve Belvedere Bash”, on Wednesday, November 23, at the posh Belvedere Banquet in Elk Grove, Illinois. In the main event, come backing former world title challenger Johnny Lewus (25-4-1, 21 KOs) will face Allen “The American Boy” Litzau (13-6, 7 KOs) in an eight-round lightweight battle. On the undercard, undefeated heavyweight Dave Latoria (9-0, 5 KOs) will face Raymundo Lopez (3-4, 1 KO) in a six-rounder; undefeated super middleweight Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez (4-0, 3 KOs) will go four against James Denson (4-5, 2 KOs); cruiserweight Terry Martin (4-0, 4 KOs) will look to continue his knockout streak against Kia Daniels (6-6, 4 KOs); light heavyweight Bruce “The Rage” Rumbolz (22-23-2, 15 KOs) will take on Gerald Taylor (4-3-1, 2 KOs) clash; and Chicago Golden Gloves champion Erick Correa will make his pro debut against Keon Graham (2-6). (more…)



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Petersons, Mitchell workout in Washington DC

Photos: Delane Rouse – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

Washington, DC natives Lamont “Havoc” Peterson and Anthony Peterson along with Brandywine, Maryland’s Seth “Mayhem” Mitchell held a media workout today at the Joy Evans Recreation Center (Headbangers Boxing Gym)
in Washington, DC, as they prepare for their respective bouts on “Capital Showdown” on December 10 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Peterson’s 12-round championship bout against Unified Super Lightweight World Champion Amir Khan and Mitchell’s 10-round bout against Timur Ibragimov will be telecast live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing. Anthony Peterson is training for a for a 10-round lightweight undercard fight against an opponent to be determined. Click here for more photos…



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Another trilogy: Antonio Pitalua and Cosme Rivera seek to settle unfinished business

The successful series of “Boxeo TELEMUNDO” returns to the Salon Jose Cuervo in Mexico City, Mexico this Friday with a show being billed as “Clash Of Titans 3.” In the main event, two of the toughest jr. welterweights in Mexican boxing meet for the third time as hard punching Antonio Pitalua (52-5-1, 43 KOs) of Mexico City by way of Monteria, Colombia faces Cosme “Chino” Rivera (32-14-3, 23 KOs) of Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico in a bout scheduled for 12 rounds with the WBC Latin jr. welterweight title on the line.

In their first encounter on March 6, 1999, Pitalua won a hard fought decision, the second time around Cosme fought his way to what it looked like a decision win, but the judges scorecards had a controversial draw. This will be their final chapter. (more…)



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Dimitrenko surgery successful; will get Euro title shot at Helenius-Chisora winner with 120 days

Heavyweight Alexander Dimitrenko (32-1, 21 KOs) is back on the way to recovery after undergoing surgery on his left elbow on October 31. Dimitrenko had to give up his EBU European title because he would not be able to face mandatory challenger Robert Helenius in December. As reported by Fightnews.com, Helenius will now fight Dereck Chisora for the vacant belt. The winner must fight Dimitrenko within 120 days.

Universum CEO Waldemar Kluch has denied rumors that Dimitrenko was stripped by the EBU because of outstanding fees. “We have paid all fees to the EBU and this is documented,” said Kluch. “The decision for Dimitrenko to vacate the title is entirely justified due to his injury, because he couldn’t make his mandatory defense within the allotted time period.”



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Rodriguez, Escalante headline Las Cruces

A fight card headlining unbeaten heavyweight David “Nino” Rodriguez (35-0, 33 KOs) and former contender Antonio Escalante (25-4, 16 KOs), both of El Paso, will headline a Zeferino/Nino Bravo card Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces, N.M. Rodriguez will take on journeyman Byron Polley (24-12-1, 11 KOs) of St. Joseph, Mo., who is 1-4 in his last five, in the main event. Escalante’s opponent will be named soon. In what might be the top fight of the night, the area’s top two females after Holly Holm will go six at 130 pounds: Albuquerque’s Nohime Dennison (4-1-1) has agreed to take on El Paso’s Jennifer Han (6-1-1). Joel Garcia, Carlos Villa and Adan Lopez, all of El Paso, are scheduled for the undercard. Stay tuned for updates.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Soliman-Albert collide in IBF eliminator Friday

Ray Wheatley / World of Boxing
Photo: David Grainger

IBF#5 middleweight Sam “King” Soliman (39-11, 17KOs) will clash with IBF#13 Eromosele “Bad Boy” Albert (24-5-1, 12KOs) in an IBF Elimination bout at the Melbourne Pavillion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia on Friday. Soliman brings to the ring wins over several world class middleweights including a points win over Sakio Bika. Soliman also lost to Winky Wright and Anthony Mundine in controversial fights. Miami based Nigerian Albert challenged IBF champion Daniel Geale in August being defeated on points in a grueling twelve round contest that had the aggressive challenger putting pressure on the champion in all of the rounds. The referee will be Australian veteran Charlie Lucas and the judges are Glen Hamada of the USA, Somsak Sirianant of Thailand and Ignatius Missalidis of Australia. The supervisor Ray Wheatley. The winner of the contest will challenge Osumanu Adama (20-2, 15KOs) to determine the mandatory challenger for Daniel Geale. The promoter Barry Michael. Televised nationally on Foxtel Cable Television Network.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Dorin Spivey-Victor Vasquez collide Feb 4 in Atlantic City

Dee Lee Promotions announced today “Super Brawl I” featuring Dorin Spivey (39-6, 29 KOs) and Victor Vasquez (14-5-1, 7 KOs) who will square-off in a 10-rounder for the vacant NABA lightweight championship on February 4 at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City. The co-main event features heavyweight Chazz Witherspoon (28-2, 20 KOs). Tickets are priced at $40, $55, $75 and $100. Call 856-692-1206.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Billy Dib set for first IBF featherweight title defense

By Ray Wheatley / World of Boxing
Photo: Tim Barry

IBF featherweight champion Billy Dib (32-1, 19KOs) will make first defense of the title when he will clash with Italy’s Alberto Servidei (31-0-2, 7KOs) at the Homebush Sports Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Saturday. Dib, 26 years old, won the title in July when he outscored the highly regarded Mexican Jorge Lacierva. The only loss on Dib’s record came in 2008 when Steve Luevano outscored him over twelve in Atlantic City for the WBO featherweight crown. One of Dib’s best wins came in Madision Square Garden in 2007 when he scored a shutout over classy Rogers Mtagwa. Servidei is ten years Dib’s senior at 36 years old and boxes from the southpaw stance. He resides in Ravenna, Emillia, Romaga, Italy. In 2007 Servidei captured the European featherweight crown outscoring Yuriy Voronin. In 2011 Servidei captured the Italian featherweight title by outscoring Massimo Morra over ten rounds in Livorno, Toscana, Italy. The referee is respected Pete Podgorski of the USA. The judges are Ignatius Missalaidis and Ben Kielty of Australia also Francesca Rega of Italy. The supervisor is Ray Wheatley. The promoter is Michael Karagiannis. Televised throughout Australia on Foxtel Cable Television Network.



November 15th, 2011

UFC

Brown the survivor

UFC 139 is LIVE on PPV Nov. 19!

The day Matt Brown nearly died was the beginning of an awakening.

Well before he competed in the UFC, Brown had nothing to his name except a backpack full of clothes. He was living with friends on a salary no higher than $20,000 a year. And there were the drugs and the drinking. One of those drugs was heroin, an overdose of which nearly sent Brown spiraling down to the point of no return. . . . Click here for more by Jon Lane, UFC.com
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For more on UFC 139 or the UFC, visit www.UFC.com



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Frazier Funeral in Philly

Photo and report by Jeff Julian

Thousands of family, friends and fans filled the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia on Monday to honor former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier, who died last Monday after a brief fight with liver cancer. Among those in attendance was Frazier’s greatest rival, Muhammad Ali, who came to pay his respects. Among the speakers was the Reverend Jesse Jackson, who spoke to the congregation of Frazier’s contributions both in and out of the ring. Frazier will be buried during a private ceremony in his hometown of Beaufort, South Carolina.



November 15th, 2011

Boxing News

Injury KOs boxing card in North Bergen, NJ

The first installment of “Tommy Gallagher Boxing: Winners Have Scars,” presented by Rich Komissar Promotions in association with Thomas Gallagher Productions, which was scheduled for this Thursday at Schuetzen Park in North Bergen, NJ, has been postponed due to an injury to a featured fighter on the show. A makeup date will be announced shortly. “We are very disappointed by this turn of events as the venue had been sold out heading into the weekend, but we look forward to quickly rescheduling the show,” said Rich Komissar. Tickets can be returned to the original point of purchase for a refund.



November 14th, 2011

UFC

Bader ready for Brilz

UFC 139 is LIVE on PPV Nov. 19!

No one remains undefeated forever. That goes double in the UFC’s light heavyweight division, which features a litany of 225-pound athletic, super freaks cutting down to 205 to throw their high-speed knuckle bombs with only a strip of leather to cushion the blow. The Ultimate Fighter season 8 winner Ryan Bader learned that the hard way by racking up back-to-back losses by guillotine choke this year. While that was a difficult lesson to digest, Bader believes he has made the necessary changes to bring him not only back to his usual winning ways, but push him further as one of top fist-missile throwers inside the Octagon . . . Click here for more by Jordan Newmark, UFC.com
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For more on UFC 139 or the UFC, visit www.UFC.com



November 14th, 2011

Feature Story

Showtime names Stephen Espinoza as new Executive Vice President, General Manager, Showtime Sports and Event Programming

Showtime Networks Inc. has named Stephen Espinoza as its new Executive Vice President, General Manager, Showtime Sports and Event Programming. The announcement was made today by Matthew C. Blank, Chairman and CEO, Showtime Networks Inc., to whom he will report. “Stephen has had a great career that spans sports, entertainment, television and film,” said Blank. “His deep experience in a variety of fields and incredible knowledge and contacts within the boxing and mixed martial arts communities will be an asset to SHOWTIME® as we continue to expand our offerings. I am confident that he will be a great leader to our already all-star sports group.”

As head of SHOWTIME Sports, Espinoza will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the sports and event group, including developing and executing the overall strategy of the group and its pay-per-view unit, managing the network’s relationships with distributors, talent and suppliers, and the acquisition and licensing of SHOWTIME and pay-per-view sports and event programming. The network’s current hard-hitting sports programming includes SHOWTIME Championship Boxing®, the Super Six World Boxing Classic, INSIDE NASCAR, ShoBox: The New Generation, the Emmy® Award-winning INSIDE THE NFL and Strikeforce mixed martial arts. (more…)



November 14th, 2011

Late Result

Ali Ndiaye stops Di Luisa to win EU title

OPI 2000 Italian-Senegal Mouhamed Ali Ndiaye (21-1, 12 KOs) won the vacant European Union super middleweight title against Andrea Di Luisa (12-1, 11 KOs) last Friday night in Pontedera, Italy. In most probably the “Italian Fight of the Year” Ndiaye stop a brave Andrea Di Luisa in the twelfth and final round. It was a heated fight with the two warriors exchanging blows for the entire fight with four knockdowns (all suffered by Di Luisa).

On the undercard, former European champion and world title challenger Gianluca Branco (45-3-1, 23 KOs) won by TKO in the six and final round against journeyman Janos Petrovics. Next for Branco is a shot at the European welterweight crown against the champion Leonard Bundu. OPI 2000 (Salvatore and Christian Cherchi) promoted the show with SPORTITALIA televising it live.



November 14th, 2011

Boxing News

WBO interim lightweight king Ricky Burns weighs options

New interim WBO world lightweight champion Ricky Burns is eyeing big fights both domestically and internationally in the 135lb division following his win over Michael Katsidis to become Scotland’s first two-weight world champion in nearly twenty years.

“The lightweight division is a really hot here and abroad at the moment,” said Burns. “Kevin Mitchell beat John Murray in a great fight back in July, while Murray has got a tough fight against WBA world champion Brandon Rios coming up. If Murray wins – and I’m hoping he does the job – then that opens up a unification fight between us. If he doesn’t then I’d love a shot at Rios. On the world scene Juan Manuel Marquez is there and so is Robert Guerrero plus Miguel Vazquez so I’m looking at some big fights ahead.”



November 14th, 2011




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