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Heavyweight contender Derek Chisora (19-4, 13 KOs) scored a questionable third round TKO over Ondrej Pala (32-4, 22 KOs) on Saturday night at the Copper Box in London. Pala landed some big shots in rounds one and two, but Chisora rocked Pala late in round three and Pala ended up facing a corner where he was rabbit punched by Chisora. The foul was ignored and the bout was quickly waved off by Danish referee Jan Christensen in Chisora’s favor. Another quick and controversial stoppage in a British ring. Pala seemed OK to continue.
Highly touted super middleweight Frank Buglioni (11-0, 8 KOs) scored an eighth round KO over Sten Horvath (11-2, 3 KOs). Two knockdowns in round eight ended it. The win gets Buglioni a spot in the top 15 of the next WBO rankings. Time was 2:53.
Unbeaten welterweight Bradley Skeete (14-0, 4 KOs) recovered from a second round knockdown to win a ten round unanimous decision over former IBO titleholder Colin Lynes (37-11, 12 KOs) in a clash for the vacant BBBofC English belt. Scores were 96-94, 96-93, 97-93. The bout was refereed by Howard Foster of Froch-Groves fame.
Photo: Mary Ann Owen / Fightnews.com
Friday at the Mayweather Gym in Las Vegas, Louis Raposo, a boxing gym owner from Calgary, Canada presented trainer/former world champ Roger Mayweather with a painting of Floyd “Money” Mayweather. One of Raposo’s students known as A.J. painted it. Roger loved the painting and is going to have it framed to hang in his home but he quickly confessed (laughing) that when his nephew Floyd sees it he will take it.
Raposo’s gym, Impact Boxing & Fitness (www.impactboxingandfitness.com) located in Calgary sustained over $100,000 in damage from the last flood., he said that he is trying to rebuild the gym where he trains many unprivileged & troubled youths.
Jeff Lacy 174.3 vs. Martin Verdin 174.9
Travis Scott 162 vs. Donald Clark 162
Justin Thomas 168 vs. Anthony Bowman 162.3
Regis Prograis 151 vs. Miguel Alvarez 149.8
John Revish 145.7 vs. Demond Brock 144.8
Venue: Belle of Baton Rouge Casino, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Doors 7pm ET, First Bell 8pm ET
The latest from down under is that the unification bout between Indonesian Chris John, the reigning WBA featherweight world champion, and IBO featherweight world champion, South African, Simphiwe Vetyeka scheduled for Friday December 6 in Perth, Australia could be in jeopardy.
News is the deal for this fight was made and finalized without Vetyeka’s manager, former IBF and IBO world champion Lovemore Ndou’s knowledge and consent. Upon finding out about this Ndou has threatened to take legal action against the boxer and any other party that purports to promote/ manage or sanction this fight involving his fighter without his written consent.
According to Ndou he signed a two year management agreement with Vetyeka in 2011. This management agreement automatically extended for another two (2) years following Vetyeka’s win over Daud Cino Yordan for the IBO world title on 14 April 2013 by virtue of a clause in that agreement which states that:
Unless the boxer gives the manager a notice in writing no more than ninety (90) and no less than thirty (30) days prior to the expiry of the term, then this agreement shall automatically extend for two (2) years. Further, should the Boxer be declared a World champion at any time, by either the WBC (World Boxing Council), WBA (World Boxing Association), IBF (International Boxing Federation) and the IBO (International Boxing Organization) during the term of this Management Agreement, then this agreement shall automatically extend for two (2) years. (more…)
In a war between unbeaten minimumweights, WBO champion Merlito “Tiger” Sabillo (23-0-1, 12 KOs) and Carlos “Chocoroncito” Buitrago (27-0-1, 16 KOs) battled to a split draw on Saturday night at the famed Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines (site of the historic “Thrilla in Manila”). It was all action from the opening bell with both fighters having their moments. Buitrago had Sabillo in trouble in in round nine, but the champion recovered and it was give and take the rest of the way. In the end scores were 115-113 Buitrago, 115-113 Sabillo, 114-114.
WBO junior flyweight champion Donnie Nietes (32-1-4, 18 KOs) scored a third round KO over faded former WBA champion Samuel “Guty” Gutierrez (33-10-2, 23 KOs). Nietes dropped Gutierrez twice in round one and finished him with another knockdown in the third. Time was 2:58. (more…)
WBC minimumweight champion Xiong Zhao Zhong (22-4-1, 12 KOs) retained his title in a one-sided affair against late sub Lookrak Kiatmungmee (7-5, 4 KOs) on Saturday night in Maguan, China. The fight ended in a fifth round KO for Zhong, who defended his belt for the second time.
By Jeff Pamungkas
IBO lightweight champion Daud Cino Yordan told this writer that he’s really shocked hearing the loss of one of his best friends, Marangin Marbun, a fellow boxer from Indonesia. “He used to stay at my gym in Kayong, West Borneo (Indonesia), and we’ve been best friends for so long time. Just a few days ago, we promised to meet in Jakarta after my fight in Australia, so his death is very shocking,” Yordan said from his training camp in Perth, Australia.
Marangin Marbun, the former Indonesian bantamweight champion, was shot dead by the police today (11/30) in Tangerang City of Indonesia, and the case is not yet very clear. Marbun (28 years) performed a good job when he fought the world contender Leon Moore of Guyana in Singapore, 2010, for the interim PABA super bantamweight title. (more…)
By Karl Freitag
WBO #8 ranked heavyweight Alex Leapai threw a wrench into plans to match unbeaten WBO #1 Denis Boytsov and WBO world champion Wladimir Klitschko, when Leapai clearly defeated Boytsov last Saturday in Germany. The bout wasn’t an official WBO eliminator, but rather a defense of Leapai’s WBO Asia Pacific heavyweight title. However Boytsov, who hadn’t faced a top ten opponent in nearly four years, was promised the mandatory challenger status with a win. Leapai is now seeking to “leap” past a number of contenders and be declared the mandatory challenger, which the WBO Championship Committee is considering.
Leapai's rep's requested he be made Klitschko's mandatory. Matter under WBO Championship Committee review. They will decide before Tuesday.
— Paco Valcárcel, Esq. (@PacoValcarcel) November 30, 2013
By Przemek Garczarczyk
WBC cruiserweight champion Krzysztof Diablo Włodarczyk (with his trainer Fiodor Lapin) and #1 IBF ranked light heavyweight Andrzej Fonfara (with second trainer Bogdan Maciejczyk) getting ready for their December 6 fights in Chicago’s “Hyper Fight Club” Gym. “Diablo” will defend his title against Italy’s Giacobbe Fragomeni and “Polish Prince” will fight Sam Miller at UIC Pavilion.
Paul Spadafora 140 vs. Johan Perez 139
(WBA interim super lightweight title)
Wilkins Santiago 153 vs. Eric Draper 156
Morgan Fitch 168 vs Darnell Boone 165
Dustin Echard 181 vs. Thomas Hanshaw 182
Mike Snider 175 vs James Denson 179
Antonio Nieves 125 vs Brian Regland TBA
Venue: Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack, and Resort in Chester, West Virginia
Promoter: Roy Jones Jr. Presents
By Joe Koizumi
Photo by Boxing Beat
IBF#6/WBO#9/WBC#13 bantamweight Kohei Ohba (35-2, 14 KOs), 117.75, impressively retained his Japanese national belt as he quickly floored JBC#10 Yuji Hasegawa (8-3, 2 KOs), 118, on three occasions before he finally halted him at 2:56 of the fourth session on Friday in Kobe, Japan. Ohba, making his second defense of his second reign, looked tremendously sharp in dropping the awkward and nervous challenger with a solid right in the opening session. Ohba, a Floyd Mayweather stylist, didn’t spend time by toying with his opponent as usual but seriously tried to positively throw fast combinations of the overmatched challenger upstairs and downstairs. The third session witnessed Ohba land another effective combo and send him sprawling to the deck for the second time. Ohba, in the fatal fourth, exploded a vicious left hook following a sharp right and had him on the canvas for the third time in the contest, and the referee didn’t hesitate to wave it off as Hasegawa was unfit to go on. (more…)
By Chris Morris/Rocky Mountain Boxing
Steve Mestas and Airtight Boxing in association with Ron Johnson and American Dream Promotions bring pro boxing back to Colorado on December 6th in Lakewood. The main event will feature Ron ‘American Dream’ Johnson, 11-1, 3KOs will look to restart his career after a four year hiatus from the sport. His opponent will be Rodney Moore, 17-8-2, 7KOs in a cruiserweight bout. (more…)
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By Gabriel F. Cordero
Vicente Mosquera 130.50 vs Javier Prieto 130.25
(WBC silver lightweight title)
Celestino “Pelenchin” Caballero 126 vs Jimmy Aburto 124
(WBC Latino featherweight title)
Charlie Navarro 14.75 vs Miguel Callist 144.75
Pablo Vasquez 146.75 vs Jose Miranda 146.75
Photo: James Rose
Travis Kauffman 237 vs. Jason Barnett 230.6
Frankie De Alba 130.6 vs. Osnel Charles 133
Rafael Montalvo 146.7 vs. Evencii Dixon 148.1
Travis Thompson 133.9 vs. Emil Rodriguez 134.5
Khalib Whittmore 177 vs. Mark Baltimore 173.4
William Monroe 266.8 vs. Randy Easton TBA
Promoter: Kings Promotions
Venue: Santander Arena
1st Bell: 7PM
By James Slater
Various news outlets have reported how Britain’s Herbie Hide, a former two-time WBO heavyweight champion, has been jailed for 22-months for selling cocaine. Reportedly Hide, known in his prime as “The Dancing Destroyer,” fell victim to a sting operation set up by a tabloid. Hide supplied drugs to an undercover investigative journalist in the months of January and February of this year.
In court, Hide’s defence questioned the legality of entrapment tactics the 42-year-old fighter from Norwich fell victim to, and the nature of Hide’s being set up led to his relatively short sentence of 22-months (recall how the once-great Michael Nunn was handed a far, far stiffer sentence for selling drugs a number of years ago). (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Australian lightweight Josh King (16-3, 8 KOs) outscored Chaiyong Sithsaithong (31-12-3, 22 KOs) over twelve rounds at the RSL Stadium, Murray Sports Complex, Townsville , Queensland, a Australia on Friday to capture the WBO Oriental title.
Formerly world rated 175 pounder Mark Flanagan (14-4, 9 KOs) stopped cruiserweight Ayitey Powers (18-23-1, 14 KOs) in round five of scheduled eight. (more…)
By Brett Bonetti
WBA Super World Featherweight Champion Chris “The Dragon” John (48-0-3, 22 KOs) has been affected by the Australian government’s recent spying saga. There have recently been allegations Australia had engaged in the phone tapping of Indonesian politicians. The World Boxing Association “Fighter of the Decade” will now need a new venue to hold the upcoming official World championship Boxing press conference.
The press conference was scheduled to be held at the Indonesian consulate in Perth on Tuesday December 3, but due to the recent spying saga, the Indonesian Government body has tightened security and cancelled the planned press conference for the December 6 twin world title fight at Metro City following the strained relations between the Indonesian and the Australian governments. (more…)
The Ultimate Fighter Season 18 Finale, which is headlined by the lightweight rubber match between Gray Maynard and Nate Diaz, as well as the two TUF 18 final matchups: Julianna Pena vs. Jessica Rakoczy and Chris Holdsworth vs. Davey Grant, airs live on FOX Sports 1 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada at 10pm ET / 7pm PT. Four prelim bouts will air live on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm ET / 5pm PT, and fans who “like” the UFC on Facebook can also see the opening prelim bout at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT.
Nate Diaz (156) VS Gray Maynard (156)
TUF 18 WOMEN’S BANTAMWEIGHT FINAL
Jessica Rakoczy (132) VS Julianna Pena (134)
TUF 18 MEN’S BANTAMWEIGHT FINAL
David Grant (135) VS Chris Holdsworth (136)
FOX SPORTS 1 MAIN CARD
Peggy Morgan (136) VS Jessamyn Duke (135.5)
Raquel Pennington (135) VS Roxanne Modafferi (134)
FOX SPORTS 1 PRELIMS
Maximo Blanco (146) VS Akira Corassani (146)
Tom Niinimaki (145) VS Rani Yahya (145.5)
Walter Harris (244) VS Jared Rosholt (240)
Drew Dober (170) VS Sean Spencer (171)
Josh Sampo (127.5)* VS Ryan Benoit (126)
*Sampo weighed in 1.5 pounds over the flyweight limit and will be fined 10% of his purse, a portion of which goes to his opponent.
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The weigh-in between Adonis Stevenson and Tony Bellew turned into a near riot has both fighters had to be held back. The melee erupted after Bellew called Stevenson “a pimp” and brought up Stevenson’s violent involvement in a prostitution ring that led to jail time over a decade ago. RDS quoted Bellew as saying, “Tell his victims to watch HBO Saturday night. I’ll give him the beating of his life and avenge his victims, I promise you!”
Adonis Stevenson 174.4 vs. Tony Bellew 175
(WBC light heavyweight title)
Sergey Kovalev 174.6 vs. Ismayl Sillakh 174.4
(WBO light heavyweight title)
Venue: Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City
TV: HBO (The telecast begins with the replay of Manny Pacquiao’s win over Brandon Rios on Nov. 23 in Macau.
Thanksgiving may have been yesterday but WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev and his first title challenger, Ismayl Sillakh, need one more day to determine which of them has more to be thankful for this year. The two 175-pounders face off Saturday night on HBO, from the Colisee Pepsi, in a 12-round title clash that will have one of them closing out 2013 in style.
Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev, 22-0-1, 20 KOs, originally from Chelyabinsk, Russia and now fighting out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, has had an outstanding 2013. So far he’s scored three high-profile knockouts, including his title-winning effort against Nathan Cleverly, in his most recent bout. Kovalev is riding a 6-bout knockout streak.
Kovalev said, “Sillakh is a dangerous fighter, one of the strongest punchers that I have fought so far. I know that he wants to take my title, but I will not let him. I will win on Saturday. I waited a long time to get title and I intend to keep it a long, long time.” (more…)
An electric Black Wednesday crowd got more than their fill of pre-Thanksgiving action during Hitz Boxing’s “Fight Night at the Horseshoe: The Black Wednesday Battle” Wednesday night in Hammond, IN. In the six round main event, light welterweight Antonio “Aztec God of War” Canas (9-1-1, 3 KOs) beat the always tough Genaro “G” Mendez (7-2-1, 4 KOs) by majority decision. The two former sparring partners traded punches through the match. “I wanna be a champion, Chicago’s champion,” said Canas after the fight. “I am looking at big things guys.”
In the co-main event, middleweight Nick “Bad Boy” Ramirez (4-0-1, 1 KO) also won by majority decision in a four round all out brawl against Roy Navarro (3-1, 2 KOs). Following the fight Navarro, who had a large contingent of fans in the house, told ring announcer Ray Flores that he wants a rematch. (more…)
By Miguel Maravilla
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
Welterweight Josesito Lopez (30-6, 18 KOs) of Riverside, California is ready to return to the ring as he will take on “Mighty” Mike Arnaoutis (24-9-1, 11 KOs) of Queens New York by way of Athens, Greece on Friday December 13 from the Coachella Valley desert at the Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino Events Center in Indio, California.
“I have been preparing for this fight and I am ready to get back,” Josesito told Fightnews.com about his upcoming bout. Lopez is returning to the ring after suffering a sixth round TKO at the hands of Argentinian slugger Marcos Maidana. Prior to his fight with Maidana, Lopez also suffered another loss via stoppage to “Canelo” Alvarez.
Now the “Riverside Rocky” looks to bounce back into the win column against the experienced veteran in Arnaoutis. (more…)
On December 14th, Sal Musumeci’s Final Forum Boxing presents a boxing card at Pacplex in Brooklyn, New York. In the featured bout, heavyweight Derric Rossy (28-7, 14 KOs)will see action against an opponent to be named.
“We are excited to bring this event to Brooklyn”, said promoter Sal Musumeci. “New York and especially Brooklyn has have a great year of boxing and I am thrilled to be doing the show there. The state has had around 50 events this year and it will be a great honor to work with such a great and professional commission that is under the guidance of Melvina Lathan.” (more…)
Derek Chisora 235 vs. Ondrej Pala 241
(Note: Chisora defends his WBO International title with the vacant WBA International also up for grabs. He is not defending his EBU European heavyweight championship.)
Frank Buglioni (166.5 vs. Sten Horvath 166.3
Bradley Skeete 147 vs. Colin Lynes 145.4
Venue: The Copper Box in London
Promoter: Frank Warren
Donnie Nietes 108 Vs. Samuel “Guty” Gutierrez 108
(12 Rounds WBO Jr. Flyweight Title)
Merlito “Tiger” Sabillo 105 Vs. Carlos “Chocoroncito” Buitrago 105
(12 Rounds WBO MiniFlyweight Title)
Milan Melindo 111 Vs. Jose Rodriguez 111
(12 Rounds WBO International Flyweight Title)
Jason Pagara 140 Vs. Vladimir Baez 140
(10 Rounds WBO International Jr. Welter Title)
AJ Banal 124 Vs. Manuel Gonzalez 124
(10 Rounds Superbantamweights)
Site: Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines (site of the historic “Thrilla in Manila”)
TV: ABS-CBN (Philippines) BEin Sports (USA)
Promoters: Michael Aldeger (ALA Boxing Promotions) in association with Tuto Zabala Jr. (All Star Boxing, Inc.)
Thai flyweight Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep (33-2, 20 KOs) scored a twelfth round KO to dethrone Japan’s Koki Eto (14-3-1, 10 KOs) and claim the WBA interim flyweight title on Friday in Chonburi, Thailand. Yodmongkol chopped down the taller Eto to end an entertaining brawl.
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
WBC super middleweight world champion Sakio Bika (32-5-2, 21 KOs) talks to Fightnews about his upcoming fight with Anthony Dirrell (26-0, 22 KOs) on December 7 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. It will be the 34-year-old Bika’s first defense since winning the vacant belt last June against Marco Antonio Periban. “The Scorpion” mentions he wants a rematch with Andre Ward, whom he says he has already beaten in Ward’s hometown, and also thanks his many fans from Australia and the Cameroon for their support.
When did you go into training camp in St Louis?
Training Camp started in St. Louis on October 28 after training a few weeks in Australia. (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Boxing Beat
WBA female light minimumweight (102-pound) champ, Japanese footworker Ayaka Miyao (16-5-1, 1 KO), 99.75, retained her belt for the third time as she fully utilized her speed and finesse to earn a unanimous decision (97-93 twice, 96-94) over mandatory challenger Gretchen Abaniel (13-5, 4 KOs), 101.5, Philippines, over ten fast rounds on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. Miyao, making her third defense, started cautiously since the Filipina apparently aimed to throw solid counterpunches to the champ.
It was true that Abaniel was in command in earlier rounds, but Miyao solved the challenger’s strategy and made good use of feint and counter to pile up points in later rounds. The cute Japanese champ had the fading challenger in trouble in the final session to confirm her victory. Miyao’s manager/promoter and ex-WBC/WBA 108-pound ruler Hideyuki Ohashi praised her performance, saying, “It’s Miyao’s best fight. The challenger was as strong as expected, but Miyao overcame Abaniel’s power and clearly dominated the middle rounds on.” The third man was Pinit Prayadsab of Thailand. (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Boxing Beat
Japanese heavyweight champ Kyotaro Fujimoto (8-1, 5 KOs), 225.25, successfully kept his national belt as he outlegged and outpunched physically superior Kotatsu Masataka Takehara (9-9-3, 4 KOs), 230.25, and withstood his retaliation in later rounds, winning a unanimous decision (96-94, 97-94, 97-93) over ten hard-fought rounds in Tokyo on Monday (November 25). Fujimoto, formerly a K-1 fighter having entered the international styled paid ranks two years ago, displayed his hand speed and faster footwork to befuddle the slower opponent, who, however, furiously retaliated to dominate three out of the last four sessions. The six-footer Fujimoto, 27, suffered his sole defeat at the hand of Australian Solomon Haumono in a quest for the vacant OPBF belt, succumbing with a single shot in the fifth round last December. But he registered three victories on his comeback trail by defeating Frenchman Fabrice Aurieng (TKO7), Ugandan Peter Okello (TKO6) and Takehara. Fujimoto jubilantly said, “Next year I wish to fight stronger name opponents.” Good luck. (more…)
By Bob Caico
Saturday night at the Mountaineer Casino Racetrack and Resort in Chester, West Virginia, unbeaten former IBF lightweight champion Paul Spadafora attempts to grab another portion of a world title. The interim WBA light welterweight belt will be on the line as the 38-year-old #4 ranked Spadafora (48-0-1, 19 KOs) takes on #3 ranked Johan Perez (17-1-1, 12 KOs). Spadafora’s first title reign ended more than a decade ago when he gave up the title to move up in weight. (more…)
“Pay up and shut up:” Manny Paquiao gets a slap on the wrist by Philippines president Aquino for using the media to deal with his tax problems. (More)
A win over Sugar Shane Mosley has Anthony Mundine throwing out big names. (More)
A former female boxer and a gun-toting homeowner is making news in Florida. (More)
The 18th season of The Ultimate Fighter will come to a close this weekend when the men and women’s finalists from the bantamweight division square off, along with a trilogy coming to a close as Gray Maynard meets Nate Diaz in the main event of the evening . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Brett Bonetti
Shane “The Mountain Warrior” Cameron (29-3, 22 KOs) will return to ring to face American Brian “The Beast” Minto (38-7, 24 KOs) in the main event of the ” Woodstock Fight for Life” card on Saturday December 14 at The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand. Cameron is looking to once again make an impact in the heavyweight division as Minto believes Cameron’s ‘Ring Rust’ will work in his favour, as by the time this bout takes place, Cameron would have been officially out of the ring for 388 days.
“Shane is a fighter I respect, but that would worry me,” Minto said. “It’s all very well talking about knocking me out but I haven’t been out of the ring for a year like Shane. That is bound to play on his mind when the bell goes. You can say you are sparring great in the gym but, trust me, it is different once you get under those lights and you get those ten ounce gloves on. When you have been off so long, there are a lot of unanswered questions.” (more…)
By Ron Jackson
Featherweights Prince Ndlovu and Mbulelo Transvaal fought toe-to-toe over eight rounds in an exciting clash that ended in a draw at the Presley’s Restaurant in Boksburg on Wednesday night. This was a return match with their first fight in November last year also ending in a draw. The scores were 77-75, 78 7-4 and 77-77. After an even first session Ndlovu stunned Transvaal in the second round but was unable to finish him off. Transvaal did well to get back into the fight and earn a draw, but some ringsiders felt that Ndlovu had done enough to take the decision. A third meeting is a must as Ndlovu took his record to 7-1-1, 3 KOs and Transvaal went to 5-8-2, 4 KOs. (more…)
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