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Sad to report news that super bantamweight Frankie Leal has passed away at the age of 26. Leal had fallen into a coma after suffering a KO loss to Raul Hirales on Saturday night in Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mexico. He was taken from the ring on a stretcher and brought to a hospital in Los Cabos, then transferred to Laz Paz and later he was brought to a hospital in San Diego, but doctors were unable to do anything for him. He had a record of 20-8-3 with 13 KOs.
The proposed comeback fight of Victor Ortiz against IBF junior middleweight champion Carlos Molina is off. The IBF would not sanction that fight due to Ortiz suffering two straight stoppage losses, plus having not fought in over 14 months.
The bout was supposed to be the co-feature on Golden Boy’s planned December 14 PPV card headlined by Adrien Broner against Marcos Maidana.
Deporte Telemundo’s “Boxeo Telemundo” capped off the 2012-13 season as the number one boxing program in Spanish-language TV averaging 325,000 total viewers, according to Nielsen. Compared to its prior season, “Boxeo Telemundo” maintained an average of 163,000 adults 18-49, while Unimas’ “Solo Boxeo” and Azteca America’s “Boxeo Azteca” declined by 5 and 16 percent respectively. Telemundo’s popular boxing show, which showcases some of the best and most promising Latin boxers in the world, also garnered more than double the audience obtained by “Boxeo Azteca” in total viewers. “Boxeo Telemundo’s” highest rated telecast of the season came on June 28 as Vicente “El Loco” Mosquera defeated Cosme Rivera in Kissimmee, Florida, averaging nearly half a million total viewers (476,000 P2+) and 243,000 adults 18-49.
“Boxeo Telemundo”, the longest running boxing show in Spanish-language television, featured a total of 13 fights during its 2012-2013 season. Rene Giraldo called the action alongside Jessi Losada and Karim Mendiburu from Mexico City, Kissimmee and Tampa.
Arthur Abraham (37-4, 28 KOs) feels comfortable before his upcoming fight on October 26! At today’s public workout at the Famila Einkaufsland, the biggest mall in Oldenburg, the former world champion and opponent Giovanni De Carolis (20-4, 10 KOs) showed that there will be a fight at hand this upcoming Saturday.
“It’s good to be back in Oldenburg”, said WBO Intercontinental Champion Abraham, who will not only risk his belt but also his mandatory spot to WBO Super Middleweight World Champion Robert Stieglitz. “I had my initial world title defense at middleweight at the EWE ARENA in 2006. The people here are always excited about a good fight, which I want to offer them this weekend.” With those fond memories on his mind, Abraham fired-off some quality combinations to the pads of his coach Ulli Wegner.
The people in attendance could also witness an intense workout by De Carolis. The man from Rome, Italy, who will enjoy a height advantage of nine centimeters towards Abraham, surely did not hold back today. With that kind of self-confidence, he might very well be a threat to Abraham, who wants to continue his unbeaten streak in Oldenburg.
A purse bid procedure was held in the IBF Office today for the IBF Jr. Lightweight Championship mandatory defense between Champion Argenis Mendez and Rances Barthelemy. Warriors Boxing Promotions was the only bidder and won with a bid of $51,000. They have 90 days to put the fight on.
WBA/IBO middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin and challenger Curtis Stevens hosted an international media conference call on Tuesday to promote their November 2 clash at the Madison Square Garden Theater on HBO.
Curtis Stevens: “I’m coming to win. I’m coming to take his belt. I’m coming to crush him. I’m not thinking about boxing, I’m coming in to wreck the wrecking machine.”
Gennady Golovkin: “Curtis is just talking. He doesn’t understand the situation he’s put himself into. We respect that he has a lot of knockouts, but those knockouts came at a different level.”
After consecutive KO wins over highly regarded David Price, followed by a decision loss to Kubrat Pulev on short notice, heavyweight Tony “The Tiger” Thompson has informed Fightnews.com that he’s rested and ready to get back in the ring. “I’m a well-rested Tony Thompson. I’m back in the gym. And taking that Pulev fight with such a short time in between fights definitely did me in. But a well-rested Tony Thompson with ample time to prepare for any opponent out there is a dangerous Tony Thompson. I feel good. I feel strong. And I’m looking for a fight. No more of this reaching out on Twitter or Facebook with bogus offers you’re not ready to back up. And as far as [Deontay] Wilder is concerned, Wilder may be saying yes, but his manager is saying HELL NO. Fury, Povetkin, Adamek, it don’t matter. I’m here, my team is here, and my wife is ready to look at all offers.”
With Jose Silveira forced to withdraw from his Monday night bout against undefeated prospect Manuel “Tino” Avila (12-0, 4 KOs) due to illness, Jose Angel Cota (15-9-1, 11 KOs) will step up to face “Tino” in a 10-round featherweight bout at the Sports House in Redwood City, California.
In the co-main event, Paul “El Gallo Negro” Mendez (14-2-1, 6 KOs) will battle Louis Rose (8-1, 2 KOs) in a 10-round middleweight showdown. In the opening televised bout, Jonathan “El Carismatico” Chicas (10-1, 4 KOs) will be in action against Joaquin Chavez (6-10-2, 2 KOs) in a six-round junior welterweight bout.
The Golden Boy Live! telecast can be seen on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes.
By Felipe Leon
Photo: Bobby D Presents
As a way to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Tijuana’s Mayen Promotions once again presents a special all-female fight card this Wednesday night at the Las Pulgas night club in the heart of Tijuana’s Revolution Avenue. Last year, promoter Guillermo “Memo” Mayen pulled out all the stops as he tried to establish a Guinness world record when he featured a night full of ladies, from the fighters, to the announcers, trainers and referees as well as the princess of Mexico women’s boxing, Jackie Nava, as the interim boxing commissioner for the night. Mayen did not go all out this time but still opted to give the knowing Tijuana boxing audience a potential exciting night of boxing.
The fight card will be an international one when Westbury, New York’s by way of Jamaica Alicia “Slick) Ashley (19-9-1, 1KO) defends her WBC super-bantamweight title against hard hitting Mexican Zenny Sotomayor (10-5-2, 8KOs) of Los Mochis in a ten round championship contest. The forty-six year old Ashley is known as a superb boxer who captured the female 122 pound belt by defeating Christina Ruiz via unanimous decision back in 2011. Ashley has defended the title twice since, both times again by unanimous decisions, over Maria Elena Villalobos and Chanttall Martinez. (more…)
German challenger Karo Murat says he likes his chances to be the one to derail 48-year-old IBF light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins when they fight on Saturday night in Atlantic City. “I’m 30 years old now, and I’m physically and mentally on top of my game,” stated Murat in the lead up to the fight. “The time is now to beat Hopkins. When Hopkins fought Cloud, a lot of people already said that the time had come, that he’s going to lose and going to retire, but he schooled him and showed the world that he’s still ready and a good 48-year-old boxer. But I’m going to surprise a lot of people, and as I see it, he had his first pro fight in 1998 in Atlantic City. And so he has to see that the time has come. We are fighting again in Atlantic City, so it will be a good closing out for him to finally retire by the hands of mine.”
Murat also stated, “As a person, you see that [Hopkins] is growing old because of his gray hair and his gray beard. I saw in the fight versus Cloud that Bernard has pretty much the experience that none other boxer has, but you see that he’s just trying to get one punch or a one-two combination of it and then clinch. Clinching is the state of his game!”
When asked how he will stop Hopkins from clinching, Murat said, “I can’t say how I will do it, but I guarantee you that I will do it.”
Highly motivated and with the confidence of what he defines as the best preparation of his career, Argentinean and World Boxing Organization (WBO) Latino junior middleweight champion, former world title challenger Javier “La Bestia” Maciel, travelled to Sheffield, England, for his highly anticipated challenge against Englishman Brian “The Lion” Rose, in a WBO junior middleweight world title eliminator, that will take place on Saturday, October 26th., at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, England, televised live by AWEtv and AWEtv.com.
Maciel and Rose clash on a massive boxing night in Sheffield. In the other main event, undefeated hometown favorite Kell Brook (30-0, 22 KOs) will face former Ukrainian world champion Vyacheslav Senchenko (34-1, 23 KOs) in an IBF welterweight world title eliminator. (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Boxing Beat
Unbeaten ex-jockey aspirant, WBA#6/WBC#14/WBO#3/IBF#4 Ryuji Hara (16-0, 10 KOs), 105, kept his Japanese minimumweight belt as he came off the canvas in round three and dominated the following rounds to pound out a unanimous decision (96-91 twice and 95-92) over veteran southpaw Takashi Kunishige (25-10-2, only 2 KOs), 105, over ten clinch-studded rounds on Monday in Tokyo, Japan.
Hara was just careless only in round three, when he took Kunishige’s southpaw left and hit the deck, though quickly regaining his feet. From the next round on Hara maintained the pressure and whipped the challenger with effective right uppercuts, though Kunishige repeatedly applied his notorious hit-and-grab tactics, which cost a penalization twice in the seventh and tenth sessions. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
Lwandile Sityatha and Morris Lento battled to a 12 round majority draw for the South African and vacant WBA Pan African flyweight titles at the Orient Theatre in East London on Sunday afternoon. Joe Chaane and Simpiwe Mbini scored the fight 115-115 and 114-114 whilst judge Lulama Mtya had it 115-113 for Sityatha. Siyatha retained his South African title for the second time and the WBA Pan African title remained vacant. (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk from Wieliczka
Photos: Piotr Duszczyk / Ringpolska and Przemek Garczarczyk
Heavyweights Krzysztof Zimnoch (17-0, 11 KOs) and Artur Binkowski (16-4, 11 KOs) met in the final fight of the evening, butWBO #6 cruiserweight Krzysztof Głowacki (20-0, 13 KOs) was the star of the show as he destroyed former WBA champ Richard Hall (30-14, 28 KOs) in just three rounds on Saturday night. The bouts took place in an 800-year-old salt mine on the annual “Wieliczka Undergroud Boxing” card in Wieliczka, Poland, promoted by Babilon Promotion with Ulrich Knockout Promotion.
If the Underground Boxing Show in Wieliczka, located 5 miles from city of Krakow, was near New York, Chicago, Las Vegas or Los Angeles, the 600 available seats would sell out years in advance. Fans those were lucky to get tickets for this year’s edition of this show saw a potential top cruiserweight in Krzysztof Głowacki and heavyweight Krzysztof Zimnoch, who disappointed with his easy, but not convincing win over former Sydney Olympics quarterfinalist for Canada – Art Binkowski. (more…)
Former title challenger David Tua says he will “live and die” on upcoming fight. More
Boxing documentary “Cornered” is getting rave reviews in the UK: More
Hopkins still spry at 48: More
“I am UN-retired!” says 46-year-old former WBC female super welterweight champion Mia St. John, who hung up the gloves earlier this year. “[I'm] now training with the Diaz Brothers in Indio, California, gym of champion Timothy Bradley.
“Now that I am recovered from my surgery, I have decided to fight one more year. I love how Bradley fought in his last fight so the Diaz brothers were a no brainer!”
Mia retired after a third round TKO against WBC/WBA/WBO welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus. She won the WBC title defeating Christy Martin in a rematch in August of 2012.
Mundine to chase Mosley to USA; Shane paid $300K despite pull out; Aussie ring legend Jeff Fenech takes huge financial hit from the cancellation
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photo: Maurice Childs/MauriceChilds.com
Anthony Mundine and his team plan to follow Shane Mosley to the US in hopes of rescheduling the flight. “The fight is off for now, but it could be rescheduled. that’s what we’re working on,” Mundine said during a hastily called news conference at the Tony Mundine Gym in Sydney, Australia.
Meanwhile, Shane Mosley and his team are currently over the Pacific Ocean on Quantas flight 107. The plane is expected to arrive at LAX at around 6:45AM Wednesday morning.
Despite not fighting, Mosley will pocket $300,000, which was paid in advance per the contract and was nonrefundable. He was due the balance of $700,000 before the fight, which promoter Wlad Warton was unable to produce.
Boxing Hall of Famer and legendary Australian world champion Jeff Fenech stated that he personally put up the money to get Mosley to fight in Australia. “I gave him $460,000,” Fenech told AAP. “I certainly wouldn’t have done that if I thought the fight wasn’t going to go ahead because my guarantee was that when the fight went ahead, (with) the pay-per-view money and the pub and club money that I’d be paid back, but now it doesn’t look like it….Vlad Warton told me he needed $US300,000 as a start to getting here, then another $US100,000 for all his expenses, and a little more. So I accommodated for all that, and now they’ve gone home so I’m really left with nothing. It’s going to be a little bit tough for a while.” (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos: Johnny Chaichotchuang
In a nationally televised promotion former world rated Rusalee Samor (21-5-2) stopped Takayuki Okumoto (10-6-2) in the second round of a scheduled twelve to capture vacant IBF Asia junior bantamweight crown at the Thornburi University, Bangkok, Thailand on Friday. Samor dropped Okumoto in round two and the referee counted out the Japanese boxer at 2:30.
Promoter Jimmy Chaichothchuang said “Samor is a favourite of fight fans in Thailand and in 2014 we will target world title challenge against IBF champion Daki Kameda.”
IBF #12, 122 pounder Mike “Tyson” Tawatchai (31-7-1) outscored Arief Blader (20-12-1) over eight rounds
Featherweight Patomsith Pathompothong (6-0) stopped Paisuk Pothonggym in round three of a scheduled six.
Promoter Jimmy Chaichotchung. Televised throughout Thailand on Channel seven. photos
Shane Mosley: “I’m very disappointed with this turn of events because I was planning on making a big statement by beating Mundine, but I was left with no choice but to withdraw. The fans in Australia have welcomed me with open arms, and I hope to return to fight for them one day in better circumstances.”
Richard Schaefer: “It’s unfortunate that this fight will not be taking place, and we apologize to all of Shane’s Australian fans, but there are contracts in place for a reason, and when the terms are not adhered to, we have no choice but to protect our fighter, and that’s what happened here.”
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
We can reveal Mosley checked out of his hotel last night with his entire team and moved to a second hotel closer to Sydney airport. There are reports his team used the move as a last-minute bluff in an attempt to extract cash from promoter Vlad Warton. Instead, they arrived at Sydney airport early this morning with the future Hall of Famer checking six bags and are expected to depart for Los Angeles later this morning. In another twist this morning, it appears the fight could be rescheduled for six weeks’ time with a new promoter, possibly Khoder Nasser. Mosley’s sparring partner Sergio Mora sent two angry tweets this morning, reading “FIGHT IS OFF!” and “Dirty, dirty fighters in this business.”
Update: We’re hearing unconfirmed reports that Shane Mosley is at the airport ready to fly back to America.
Sugar Shane Mosley is threatening to pull out of Wednesday’s clash against Anthony Mundine in Sydney, Australia, unless he receives a large percentage of his $1 million purse in advance. According to the The Daily Telegraph, the pre-fight press conference scheduled for today was cancelled and Mosley has boycotted several media commitments. It is far from certain whether Mosley will show up at the Tuesday weigh-in. So far ticket sales have reportedly been slow for the bout at the Sydney Entertainment Centre and Mosley’s team apparently is worried he won’t get paid.
Nevada Athletic Commission Executive Director Keith Kizer has reported that both Timothy Bradley and Juan Manuel Marquez tested clean for their PPV clash fight on October 12 in Las Vegas. Steroid/drug test results were negative for all boxers fighting on both the Friday card and the Saturday card at the Thomas & Mack Centre that weekend.
Before the legendary Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins defends his IBF light heavyweight title against top contender Karo Murat on Saturday at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, unbeatens Zachary Ochoa, Robert Easter, Dominic Wade and Bryan Cruz, as well as Puerto Rican prospect Braulio Santos will open the event.
In eight rounders, lightweight Robert Easter (7-0, 7 KOs) meets Noel Echevarria (11-1, 6 KOs) and super middleweight Dominic Wade (12-0, 9 KOs) faces Roberto Ventura (12-7, 12 KOs). In a six-round contest, featherweight prospect Braulio Santos (10-1, 9 KOs) takes on David “Thunder” Clark (6-2, 4 KOs). Santos is looking to rebound from the first loss of his career against Derrick Wilson in June. In other action, junior welter Zachary Ochoa (4-0, 3 KOs) will face Michael J. Doyle (2-5, 1 KO) in a four-rounder, junior lightweight Bryant Cruz (7-0, 5 KOs) and debuting junior welterweight Wellington Romero battle TBAs.
By Robert Coster
“He’s one of the best prospects I have ever trained,” says veteran trainer Stacey McKinley speaking about his young junior welterweight Amir Imam ( 11-0, 10 KOs) and such words coming from a man who has been the trainer of world champions like Mike Tyson, Ricardo Mayorga, Tony Tucker and Samuel Peters have to be taken seriously. The 22-year-old Imam, originally from Albany, NY, is training under McKinley in Florida and is under a promotional contract with Don King. Amir turned pro in 2011 with an impressive amateur background consisting of a 98-14 record with 5 consecutive New York state Golden Gloves titles, being a finalist at the 2010 PAL Nationals and an Olympic alternate. (more…)
Rising junior middleweight Captain Boyd “Rainmaker” Melson (12-1-1, 4 KOs) of New York City takes a step up in competition when he faces undefeated power puncher Chris “Gumby” Gilbert (10-0, 8 KOs) in the eight round main event of Broadway Boxing on Wednesday, December 4 at BB King Blues Club in Time Square. Since turning pro in November 2010, Melson’s donated 100% of his fight purses, thirteen which went to Justadollarplease.org to help cure chronic spinal cord injuries and to help a friend who had a young son with cancer. The selfless southpaw’s been featured on HBO Real Sports, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo.com, ESPN.com and various other media outlets and is one of the most popular fighters in the Empire State.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship® and the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada (“The Center”) have announced a dynamic new partnership, designed to raise awareness of the realities of HIV among young individuals under 30. (more…)
Good news for Juergen Braehmer (41-2, 31 KOs): When the current European light heavyweight champion tries to become a world champion again, he will do so with the crowd standing behind him. On December 14, the 35-year-old southpaw from Germany will meet American Marcus Oliveira (25-1, 20 KOs) for the WBA world title at the Jahnsportforum in Neubrandenburg, Germany. Promoter Kalle Sauerland is delighted to present another big card in Germany after having tough negotiations with Oliveira’s promoter Don King.
Story and photo by Brett Bonetti
WBA Fighter of the Decade Chris “The Dragon” John (48-0-3, 22 KOs) has been honoured by Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the Mandala Krida Stadium in Jakarta Indonesia.
John, the current WBA World Featherweight Champion, still undefeated and with 18 World Title defences was presented with the Bintang Jasa Star Medal, for outstanding contributions towards John’s native Indonesia, the homeland of 242 million people.
This further cements John’s status as the Indonesian people’s champion and a national icon.
“I do everything for Indonesia, it is honour to represent my people and the World Boxing Association and make them proud” John said
Story & photos by John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Boxing writers and fans alike have stopped trying to figure out the secret of longevity for Bernard Hopkins. The legendary champ, now quickly closing in on birthday number 49 (January 15th), is still going strong and will bring his magical mystery tour back to Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City this Saturday for a defense of his IBF light heavyweight title against Karo Murat, the German-based mandatory challenger.
Not too much is known about Murat (25-1-1, 15 KOs). He lost by TKO to Nathan Cleverly in September 2010 and drew with Gabriel Campillo the following year (October 2011). He holds a previous win over Campillo and the rest of his record is dotted with just a few other recognizable names. (more…)
Tickets Golden Boy’s November 30 world championship twin bill at the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio, Texas, will be priced at $175, $150, $45, $25 and $15 go on sale today at 10 a.m.CT at the AT&T Center box office (walk up sales only), or www.ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster locations. In the main event, Devon Alexander defends his IBF welterweight championship against Shawn “Showtime” Porter. In the co-main event, WBC super bantamweight champion Leo “Teremoto” Santa Cruz defends against Cesar Seda. Also, Canelo Alvarez’s brother Ricardo Alvarez will be making his debut in the United States and Diego De La Hoya, Oscar De La Hoya’s nephew, will be fighting his second fight as a pro.
James Toney heads USA team against “Joshua And The Prizefighters” in Britain vs. USA York Hall Prizefighter special
Three weight World Champion James Toney is among the first names announced for the Britain vs. USA Prizefighter International Heavyweights bill at the York Hall in Bethnal Green on Thursday November 14, with Anthony Joshua MBE topping the bill in his third pro fight. Toney joins fellow countryman Sherman ‘The Tank’ Williams, Prizefighter II winner Sam Sexton and the returning Larry Olubamiwo as the first four names revealed in the line-up for the 32nd edition of the eight-man, one night tournaments.
Olympic Gold medal hero Joshua is in action in Sheffield this weekend (October 26) and will return to the capital for his third pro bout, and he’ll be joined on the card by his cousin Ben Ileyemi, who made his debut at Cruiserweight on the same bill Joshua at The O2 earlier this month.
“Word got out this morning that James Toney was in the line-up and it’s already caused some reaction,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “Heavyweight Prizefighter is always the most exciting edition of the tournament and we are looking forward to selecting the final four participants. It’s also great to have Anthony back in the capital as he continues his journey in the division and we expect a quick sell out for the November 14 event.”
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Undefeated former Mexican Olympian Oscar Molina (6-0, 5 KOs) returns to the ring this Saturday at the Gymnasium Agustín Millán de Toluca, Mexico State against Ignacio Miranda in a welterweight clash presented by Promociones del Pueblo and broadcast on Televisa. Also that night, Ibeth “Roca” Zamora will defend her WBC female light flyweight world title against former world champion Ava Knight, and hot prospect Rey Vargas faces Japan’s Yuki Murai.
By Chris Morris and Eric ‘Sugar Foot’ Duran
Photos: Michael V. Ornelas/Rocky Mountain Boxing
#1 rated Ruslan Provodnikov (22-2, 15 KOs) dethroned WBO jr welterweight champion Mike Alvarado (34-1, 23 KOs) with a ten round TKO on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd of 7,012 at the 1STBANK Center in Denver, Colorado. According to HBO’s scale, Alvarado rehydrated to 157 lbs, and Provodnikov entered the ring at 148. Provodnikov made his way to the ring and was booed heavily by the hometown crowd. Alvarado was sporting the Denver Broncos’ orange and blue from his Everlast gloves to his boxing boots. He was met at the ring by rabid fans chanting “3-0-3, 3-0-3.” (more…)
Greg Robinson’s Power Productions returns to the National Guard Armory in Northeast Philly on Friday night October 25th with a boxing show titled Boxing Ringside 50 “The Rise of a champion”. Headlining the show are rising Philly super featherweights Frank “Nitty” Trader (10-1, 2 KOs) and Tevin “The American Idol” Farmer (12-4-1, 2 KOs) , who are set to do battle over ten rounds for a USBA regional title and a spot in the national ratings. (more…)
The Irish Cultural Centre of New England, located just outside of Boston in Canton, will host their first professional boxing event Saturday, October 26th, featuring unbeaten welterweight Diego Periera (8-0-1, 6 KOs), of Providence, RI going toe-to-toe with veteran Shaka Moore (11-19-3, 2 KOs), of Norwalk CT, in the eight-round main event. The card will be hosted outdoors in a special event tent, consequently the card is titled “Boxing Event Under The Tent!”
The undercard will showcase two Irish-born boxers who have relocated to the Boston area. (more…)
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