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Heavyweight Tor Hammer (21-3, 14 KOs) had his purse withheld after quitting on his stool following the third round of his match against Andy Ruiz Jr. in Macao, China. Hamer quit in similar fashion against Vyacheslav Glazkov last year. Hamer’s promoter Lou DiBella tweeted the following:
By Loren Goodman at ringside
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
After two straight losses, welterweight superstar Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao (54-5-2, 38 KOs) rebounded with a dominating twelve round unanimous decision over former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios (31-1-1, 23 KOs) on Saturday night before 13,101 at the sold out Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena in Macao, China.
There were good exchanges in rounds one and two with the faster Pacman getting the better of it. Pacquiao began moving more in round three and took control of the fight, landing hard shots while Rios stalked him. By round seven Rios was cut over both eyes as Pacquiao continued his assault. Rios was outworked in every round and he simply couldn’t solve Pacquiao’s style. Pacman was content to punish Rios for all twelve rounds, winning by scores of 120-108, 119-109, 118-110.
Undefeated IBF featherweight champion Evgeny Gradovich (18-0, 9 KOs) successfully defended his title in a rematch against the man he dethroned, Billy Dib (36-3, 21 KOs). Gradovich was relentless as he pressured Dib. The Aussie tried boxing, brawling, turning southpaw without success. Gradovich scored a knockdown in round six and got the win in round nine when Dib’s corner asked referee Alan Huggins to stop the fight. Time was 1:10.
Unbeaten heavyweight contender Andy Ruiz, Jr. (21-0, 15 KOs) won when Tor Hamer (21-3, 14 KOs) quit at the beginning of round four. Hamer got off to a good start, hitting Ruiz with many clean shots in rounds one and two. Ruiz, however, upped the pressure in round three and Hamer chose to remain on his stool. (more…)
In a highly anticipated grudge match, IBF and WBA super middleweight champion Carl “The Cobra” Froch (32-2, 23 KOs) scored a controversial, come from behind ninth round TKO over previously unbeaten George “The Saint” Groves (19-1, 15 KOs) on Saturday night at the Phones 4u Arena (formerly known as the M.E.N Arena) in Manchester, England.
Groves dropped Froch with a huge right hand in round one and Froch was in big trouble. Groves continued to connect with his right hand in round two. Froch started to connect in round three, cutting Groves over the left eye. Groves continued to push Froch around the ring in the fourth. Froch might have edged the fifth round, but Froch was rocked again by multiple right hands in round six. A desperate Froch did everything he could to rough up Groves in the eighth, getting several warnings from referee Howard Foster. Froch finally hurt Groves in round nine and the bout was quickly waved off by Foster. Groves complained bitterly. At the time of the stoppage, Groves was ahead 78-73, 76-75, 76-75. Official time was 1:33.
“It was a fair enough stoppage,” Froch told Sky Sports. “I felt I had a couple more free shots on him and I was lining him up for the uppercut. He was struggling, that last one or two shots can do great damage in this sport…the referee has to make a split-second decision. It’s the referee’s decision. I don’t have any sympathy for him [Groves], you have to put yourself in the referee’s hands.”
WBA super Bantamweight champion Scott Quigg (27-0-2, 20 KOs) destroyed Diego Silva (29-3-4, 1 5 KOs) in two rounds t0 retain his world title. Quigg dropped Silva in round two with a body shot, then laid him out with a right hook, no count needed. Time was 1:41. Impressive performance for Quigg. (more…)
IBF cruiserweight champion Hernandez stops Alekseev in ten; Leapai shocks WBO #1 heavyweight Boytsov
IBF cruiserweight world champion Yoan Pablo Hernandez (28-1, 14 KOs) scored a tenth round KO over Alexander Alekseev (24-3-1, 20 KOs) on Saturday night at the Stechert Arena in Bamberg, Germany. Hernandez dropped Alekseev at the end of round two with a straight left. Hernandez scored another knockdown in round five. The bout finally ended in round ten when Hernandez dropped Alekseev again.
WBO #8 rated heavyweight Alex Leapai (30-4-3, 24 KOs) dropped previously unbeaten WBO #1 Denis Boytsov (33-1, 26 KOs) twice and won a ten round unanimous decision. Leapai dropped an exhausted Boytsov at the end of round seven and was credited with a second knockdown in round nine. Leapai was all over Boytsov in round ten and had Boytsov holding on to survive. Scores were 98-90, 96-92, 96-92 for Leapai. Had Boytsov won, he would have been the WBO’s mandatory challenger for world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
In an IBF light heavyweight title eliminator, Dmitry Sukhotsky (21-2, 16 KOs) scored a stoppage of Eduard Gutknecht (25-3, 9 KOs) after round four due to Gutknecht’s left eye swelling shut.
By Sam Geraci
On November 22, Giovanni Gotti’s Knockout Sports Promotions returned to the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville, IN, for the latest installment of the popular “Radisson Rumble.” In the main event, top rated lightweight “Merciless” Mary McGee (21-3, 11 KOs) scored a unanimous decision against Lakeysha Williams (9-18-3, 1 KO). All judges scored the bout 60-54. (more…)
By Rick Scharmberg at ringside
Photos: Juan Marshall/JM Photography
Edgar “El Chamaco” Santana (29-4-0, 20 KOs) scored an electrifying one-punch first round knockout over Michael “Cold Blood” Clark (44-9-1, 18 KOs) in the scheduled ten round main event Friday night at a packed Rollins Center inside Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Dover, Delaware. The win gave Santana the NABA light welterweight title, as well as a major jump in the rankings. In the co-feature, fast rising young star Dusty Hernandez-Harrison (19-0, 11 KOs) was too much for Marlon “ML” Lewis (6-3-2, 3 KOs), scoring three knockdowns and stopping him at 2:20 of the opening round of a scheduled eight round welterweight bout. Dover Downs Hotel & Casino promoted the big seven bout card. (more…)
By Graham Houston
Eleven months after crashing face-first to the canvas against Juan Manuel Marquez in Las Vegas, Manny Pacquiao is back in the ring tonight, meeting Brandon Rios in a 12-round welterweight fight in the Chinese Special Administrative Region of Macau, with TV coverage on HBO PPV in the U.S. and BoxNation in the U.K. The fight takes place on Sunday morning in China to allow for peak-hour TV viewing in the U.S., as happened when Ali met Frazier in the Thrilla in Manila.
Pacquiao is the clear betting favourite, and I’m expecting him to win this fight. Bob Arum’s Top Rank organisation promotes both men, but Pacquiao is the big moneymaker and this match hasn’t been made to get him knocked off.
Rios is in many ways the perfect opponent. He is tough and game and always comes forward, so the fight should be entertaining. However, Rios is rather slow, and he’s hittable. Also, Rios is moving up in weight from 140 pounds whereas Pacquiao has been boxing at 147 pounds for the past three years. Although Pacquiao is seven years the older man at the age of 34 he still looks speedy and sharp in video footage from his training base in the Philippines. I see Pacquiao as having a clear speed advantage in the fight, both in foot speed and in hand speed. (more…)
By Brett Bonetti
Danny “The Bronx Bomber” Santiago (33-5, 27 KOs) defeated Rubin “Mr Hollywood” Williams (29-21-1, 16 KOs) via unanimous points decision in the main event of Hard Hitting Productions “This Is It” card in front of a sold out Southeastern Livestock Pavilion in Ocala Florida on Friday night. Santiago was in control of the bout right from the start and then had Williams seriously hurt in Round 2 with a left hook to the body and left uppercut, but Williams managed to survive the round.
Williams was in trouble again in Round 5 as “The Bronx Bomber” connected with more body uppercut combinations, but Williams grabbed and held on to Santiago to survive. In the end, all three judges scored the bout 60-54 for Danny Santiago. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
In what was considered an upset, Elvis Moyo from Zimbabwe beat former South Africa heavyweight champion Osborne Machimana on a majority ten round points decision to win the vacant World Boxing Federation All Africa heavyweight belt at the Cape Sun Hotel in Cape Town on Friday night. Judges Rassie Ersamus and Elroy Marshal scored it 98-92 and 99-91 whilst judge Clifford Mbelu handed in a surprising 95-95 card. Machimana’s record drops to 18-8-2; 13 and Moyo’s rather deceiving record goes to 4-5-2; 1. (more…)
To get into the mood for tonight’s can’t miss Pacquiao-Rios pay-per-view clash, we’ve compiled a little video appetizer to set the mood.
TODAY it will be one of the most anticipated bouts of 2013 when IBF/WBA Super Middleweight champion Carl Froch (31-2, 22 KOs) defends his titles against undefeated George Groves (19-0, 15 KOs) in a bout that will be televised LIVE in the United States on AWE and AWEtv.com. The action begins at 3pm ET / 12 PM noon PT. The passion from both fighters has been seen and heard as the trash talk has been ramped up over the past few weeks that has created a heated tension between the fighters.
“This is going to be an outstanding fight,”, said AWE President Charles Herring. “These two guys do not like each other and Groves desperately wants to be where Froch is. This will be a passionate fight that some insiders are calling this the fight of the day and a candidate for Fight of the Year. Carl Froch is always in those types of fights and George Groves has youth, hunger and ‘won’t take a backwards step and we are excited to bring this to the fans on AWE and AWEtv.com.” (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Undefeated #3 IBF, #7 WBC ranked jr. middleweight Damian Jonak (36-0, 21 KOs) was on the scales Friday in Jastrzebie, Poland. Jonak, in his last fight before challenging for the world title in early 2014, will be tested by Kris Carslaw (18-4, 8 KOs) from Scotland. Also on the “Wojak Boxing Night” card promoted by Ulrich Knockout Promotions, fans will get to see #2 WBA/IBF ranked cruiserweight Pawel Kolodziej (31-0, 17 KOs), who wants to make 2014 his championship year, as well.
As per IBF rules, there was a “Second Day Weigh-In” held at 9AM this morning in Bamberg, Germany for the IBF cruiserweight championship bout between champion Yoan Pablo Hernandez and Alexander Alekseev, and for the IBF light heavyweight eliminator between Eduard Gutknecht and Dmitry Sukhotsky. The fighters were not allowed to weigh more than ten pounds over the division weight limit. All fighters’ weights were easily within the ten pound cap.
Yoan Hernandez 206 vs. Alexander Alekseev 208
Eduard Gutknecht 179 vs. Dmitry Sukhotsky 176
Michael Anderson 148 vs. George Sosa 151
Tyyab Beale 235 vs. Jon Bolden 219
Eddie Edmond 160 vs. Michael Mitchell 159
Godson Noel 162.5 vs. Lavon Slade 164
Ibn Akbar Ricahrdson 199 vs. Eric George 196
Venue: Weequahic High School in Newark, New Jersey
Promoter: All Out Promotions/Edmonds Promotions
Doors open: 6:45PM, First bout: 7:30PM
Michael Anderson: “Tomorrow is huge for me and I’m in real fight. Sosa is a big puncher but all of my fans didn’t come to see me get clipped. I know what he’s got but he doesn’t know what I’ve got coming for him!”
George Sosa: “Even though I came in on short notice, I trained very hard for this fight and made weight. I know this is Michael’s hometown so I’m not leaving this fight in the judges’ hands!”
Note: The Beale-Boldin bout was moved from six rounds to eight after another bout was cancelled at the last minute.
By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
Thompson Boxing Promotions returned Friday night to the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California for its New Blood Series in its season finale. Local welterweight Colton’s Artemio “King” Reyes took on Francisco Reza of Torreon, Mexico in the scheduled eight round main event in closing 2013 Thompson Boxing season. It was a quick night as Reyes took Reza out in two rounds. Reyes started off slow as he landed the jab and kept his distance from Reza in the opening round. But in round two, a crunching left hook to the body sent Reza to the canvas. When he got up Reyes continued his attack once again landing another left hook to the body as referee Jack Reiss stopped the contest at 1:15. With the win Artemio “King” Reyes improves his mark to 21-2, 17 KOs, while Francisco Reza drops to 12-8, 9 KOs. (more…)
By Felipe Leon
Photos: Paul Gallegos
As his motto suggests, “Boxing at its Best”, California boxing hall of fame promoter Bobby DePhilippis and his company Bobby D Presents strive to provide the San Diego boxing fans even, competitive fights. Last night it was no different as DePhilippis presented perhaps his best fight card of the year and quite possibly the best in town as five explosive fights went down at the Hanalei Conference Center of the Crowne Plaza Hotel located central San Diego. In the main event, a brutal Aaron “Gavilan” Garcia (13-3-2, 4KOs) o Vista, CA, scored his second devastating knock out of the year as he stopped the durable Kevin “Hostile” Hoskins (7-3, 5KOs) of Los Angeles in the fifth round of a scheduled super featherweight six. Nearly one thousand loyal Bobby D Presents patrons were on hand to see the war between Garcia and Hoskins as well as four more fights including local San Diego and Tijuana talent.
From the opening bell a determined Garcia went after Hoskins pushing his opponents against the ropes and digging hard to the body with hard body shots coupled with uppercuts on the inside. Hoskins began to have his moments in the second as he welcomed the inside fighting and began to score his own set of right hands and near the end of the round, uppercuts as both fighters exchanged heavy leather to finish the round. (more…)
Photos: Peter Frutkoff
Popular Heavyweight Vinny Maddalone (37-8-1, 28 KOs) and Maurenzo Smith (12-7-3, 9 KOs) fought to an eight round majority draw on Friday night at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York. Maddalone stalked Smith the entire fight, however Vinny’s left eye was virtually swollen shut by the sixth round. Scores were 76-74 Smith, 75-75, 75-75.
In the co-feature, undefeated jr. welterweight Cletus Seldin (12-0, 9 KOs) scored a hard fought eight round unanimous decision over Gilbert Venegas (12-12-4, 8 KOs).
Photos: Emily Harney
“The Pride Of Providence” might want to reconsider his retirement plans. Peter Manfredo Jr. (40-7, 21 KOs) returned to the ring Friday night at Twin River Casino, fighting in honor of his friend and fellow Rhode Island boxer Gary Balletto, and stopped the hard-charging Rich Gingras (13-4-1) of nearby Lincoln in the eighth round of the scheduled 10-round main event of Jimmy Burchfield’s Classic Entertainment & Sports’ “Pride & Power” professional boxing event.
The fight was billed as the “Pride” Manfredo against the “Power” Gingras, a hard-hitting up-and-comer who, like Manfredo, starred on the reality television series, The Contender. The two Rhode Island fighters put on a show worthy of Fight of the Year consideration in the finale of Twin River’s 2013 Fight Series. (more…)
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
In the ten round main event of the evening at the beautiful Rollins Center in the Dover Downs Casino, Edgar “El Chamaco” Santana (29-4, 20 KOs) picked up the vacant NABA junior welterweight title with a destructive first round stoppage of Michael “Cold Blood” Clark (44-9-1, 18 KOs). In a back and forth bout, Edgar Santana took control by battering Michael Clark against the ropes before dropping him with big right hand. Referee Vic de Wysocki reached the ten-count at 2:27 of the opening round as Clark laid motionless on the canvas. Clark finally rose to his feet and was assisted to the corner. The official time of the knockout occurred at 2:27 of the opening round. (more…)
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Manny Pacquiao vs. Brandon Rios 146.5
Evgeny Gradovich 125.75 vs. Billy Dib 126*
(IBF featherweight title)
Andy Ruiz Jr. 257.8 vs. Tor Hamer 220
Zou Shiming 111.5 vs. Juan Tozcano 110
Felix Verdejo 134.5 vs. Petchsamuthr Duanaaymukdahan 136.5
*Dib stripped to make weight on the second try
Venue: Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, China
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: HBO-PPV (Saturday 9PM ET/6PM PT)
By James Slater at ringside
Photos: Scott J Raven
Former British and European lightweight champ John Murray returned to the ring after two years out and stopped a game Michael Escobar of Spain in the fourth round of a good action bout on Friday night in Manchester on Dave Coldwell’s Hot Shots card at Bowlers Arena. Escobar was game and tried his best but was simply over powered by the on fire, anxious to fight Murray. Down in the 3rd and twice in the 4th, Escobar was finally stopped by a left to the body. Time was 1min and 43-seconds. Murray is now 32-2, 19 KOs. Escobar fell to 10-8, 3 KOs. (more…)
Magomed Abdusalamov is now off life support and breathing on his own #boxing this is excellent news
— Nathan Lewkowicz (@Nlewkow1) November 22, 2013
Unfortunately Mago had a setback and had to be put back on life support and a medically induced coma. Please keep him in your prayers
— Nathan Lewkowicz (@Nlewkow1) November 22, 2013
Giovanni Gotti’s Knock Out Sports Promotions returns tonight (Friday) to the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza in Merrillville, Indiana with another installment of the crowd pleasing “Radisson Rumble” series. The main event features former WBC/NABC super lightweight world champion and current #4 lightweight fighter in the world “Merciless” Mary McGee (20-3, 11 KOs). McGee looks to get back to form following a decision loss (back in October) to the #1 ranked Erica Anabella Farias in Santa Fe, Argentina for the WBC female lightweight title. (more…)
Former two-time cruierweight champion Steve “USS” Cunningham (25-6, 12 KOs) returns to NBC Sports Network’s FIGHT NIGHT on December 14th in the Superstar Theatre at Resorts International Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Cunningham will fight in an eight round heavyweight bout against an opponent to be named.
In the previously announced main event, unbeaten heavyweight Amir Mansour (19-0, 14 KOs) takes on Kelvin Price (14-1, 6 KOs). The co-feature is a light-heavyweight clash between Ryan “The Irish Outlaw” Coyne (21-1, 9 KOs) and Lionell Thompson (14-2, 9 KOs). Both are ten rounders.
This past Friday at Curie High School on Chicago’s southwest side, IBF junior middleweight champion “King” Carlos Molina and WBA # 6 rated heavyweight “Fast” Fres Oquendo entertained hundreds of high school students and their families at Curie’s annual community Fall Festival by signing autographs, posing for photos and telling boxing stories. (more…)
Fighting in his adopted home state of Florida for the first time since 2012, highly-touted Cuban heavyweight contender Luis “El Mercedez” Ortiz (17-0, 14 KOs) will make his Golden Boy Promotions debut against fellow southpaw Alex Gonzales (20-8, 10 KOs) of Puerto Rico in a featured bout at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla. on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Golden Boy is co-promoting Ortiz with Dade Promotions. The 10-round bout was added to the fight card after the matchup between Odlanier “La Sombra” Solis and Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson was removed from the card.
In the Golden Boy Live! main event, airing on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes, heavyweight star Antonio “The Magic Man” Tarver returns to action to face Mike Sheppard for the vacant NABA Heavyweight crown. In the co-main event, undefeated bantamweight Randy “El Matador” Caballero makes his Florida debut against local southpaw Jessy Cruz of Miami. Also featured on the card will be unbeaten 2012 U.S. Olympian Dominic “Trouble” Breazeale, who takes on Nagy Aguilera in an eight-round televised bout.
WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko still has a few days left before his November 30 deadline to inform the WBC whether or not he will continue his career and defend his belt against mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne. No decision has yet been made public, however Vitali’s wife Natalia Klitschko commented on the issue to the Hamburgher Morgenpost. “He alone must decide,” she stated, but Vitali has achieved everything in his athletic career and is at the top. So I would find it nice if he stopped.”
Photos: Lawrence Lustig
Carl Froch and George Groves had to be separated at today’s weigh-in for their World title clash at the Phones4u Arena in Manchester tomorrow night, live on AWE and AWEtv.com.
Froch tipped the scales the heavier man at 167.75 lbs. with Groves over a pound lighter at 166.4, and as they squared up they had to be pulled apart after the champ twice whispered into the challenger’s ear. Not even those on the stage would be able to hear what ‘The Cobra’ said to ‘Saint’ George over the raucous atmosphere created by the packed crowd at Manchester Central, but Froch was quick to tell Sky Sports News that he was leaving Groves in no doubt as to the magnitude of the occasion.
“I was just letting him know he is in deep water,” said Froch. “The time is now. David Haye will say the same, it’s just sort of bringing reality. In all honesty, I didn’t say a great deal that was significant because he was just silent and he looked petrified. Yesterday he looked worried; today he looks really, really worried. (more…)
Photos: Photo Wende
Yoan Pablo Hernandez 198.4 vs. Alexander Alekseev 198.4
(IBF cruiserweight title)
Denis Boytsov 224.8 vs. Alex Leapai 244.7
Eduard Gutknecht 172.8 vs. Dmitry Sukhotsky 172.8
Sandro Siproshvili 196.4 vs. Noel Gevor 200
Michal Vosyka 143.3 vs. Anthony Yigit 140
Janos Olah 168.7 vs. Wanik Awdijan 168.7
Tomas Mrazek 239 vs. Otto Wallin 218.9
Venue: Stechert Arena in Bamberg, Germany
Promoter: Sauerland Event
Carl Froch 167.75 vs. George Groves 166.8
(WBA/IBF super middleweight titles)
Scott Quigg 121.75 vs. Diego Silva 121.5
(WBA super bantamweight title)
Anthony Crolla 134.5 vs. Stephen Foster 134
Rocky Fielding 167.75 vs. Luke Blackledge 167.25
Venue: Phones 4u Arena, Manchester, England
Promoter: Matchroom Boxing
TV: AWE and AWEtv.com
The episode begins with Ronda and the other Team Rousey coaches showing up at the house to grill out. The topic of conversation quickly shifts to the upcoming fight between teammates David Grant and Anthony Gutierrez. David submitted Louis Fisette earn his spot in the semifinals, but Cody Bollinger’s inability to make weight gave Anthony a free pass. Gutierrez brushes off people that say he didn’t earn his way saying that he did his job and that he’s only one punch away from making his dream come true. The last time something like that happened, though, was Gabe Ruediger on the fifth season. Assistant coach Manny Gamburyan was one of the finalists on that season and he expresses his disgust with fighters that don’t make weight. “If you can’t make [weight], give other people a chance.” . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By James Slater
Tonight in his home town of Manchester, thrill-a-minute warrior John Murray, the former British and European lightweight ruler, returns to action after a two-year spell of inactivity that came about primarily due to his failing a brain scan some months back (Murray has since had an all clear). Last seen losing in a brave attempt to upset Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios, Murray told Boxing News how he is “buzzing” and “very hungry” ahead of his scheduled 8-rounder with the durable (stopped just once) Michael Escobar of Nicaragua. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Anthony Mundine says he will not only defeat Sugar Shane Mosley, but he will also earn Mosley’s respect when they meet on November 27 at the Allphones Arena in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Angered that Mosley views Mosley-Mundine as a keep busy fight, Mundine told Channel Ten Television “To be honest I really think that Shane’s not showing me the respect that I deserve. And when my fist is down his throat he’ll definitely show me the respect then!”
By Karl Freitag
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Manny Pacquiao and Brandon Rios spoke to reporters during international television interviews at The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau, China, on Friday for their upcoming pay-per-view mega fight that will be televised live in the US, Saturday, Nov. 23, 9pm ET/6pm PT on HBO Pay-Per-View.
Manny Pacquiao: Brandon Rios is a very aggressive fighter. I think a fight with him is going to be a good fight and a lot of boxing in the ring and we can give a good fight to make people happy…I will take care of him in the ring.
I told Freddie relax and don’t be distracted of our focus. Don’t get affected from what they did to you. Let’s maintain our focus on the fight.
[On a possible fight with Floyd Mayweather] I’m willing to to fight, but it depends on all them if they’re willing to fight also. That’s the problem. Aside from that everything is fine. It’s up to them if they want to fight. (more…)
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