email@example.com Continuously updated all day, every day!
- Ruenroeng returns June 27
- Mundine injured, Trout fight off
- Burns: I can’t wait for US debut
- 2014 Briscoe Award Winners Announced
- Mayweather-Pacquiao replays on both HBO and Showtime Saturday
- Pacquiao disappointed in Nevada Commission
- Lawlor returns against Villante in July
- Boxing Buzz: MayPac Aftermath
- GIANT Mayweather-Pacquiao Photo Gallery
- "Hot Rod" Steamrolls at Hard Rock Biloxi
- The Fight of the Century is over. Now what?
and make sure you're getting the latest updates.
Results by Brady Crytzer
In the main event of Satuday night’s Ultimate Fight Night from Seattle, unbeaten light heavyweight Phil Davis improved his record to 9-0 after defeating veteran Antonio Rogerio Nogueira via unanimous decision. Though “Minotoro” should strong takedown defense early, Davis was eventually able to wrestle Nogueira to the mat in rounds two and three and control him from the top position. All three judges would score the bout the same after three rounds, 30-27 in favor of Davis. (more…)
By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Photos by Ed Mulholland
WBA featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa (20-0, 16 KOs) dropped Jorge Solis (40-3-2, 29 KOs) five times in four rounds on Saturday night in front of a 3000+ sold out Ballroom at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. Solis was down twice in round two, once in round three and twice in round four before referee David Fields waved it off. Time was 1:31.
Featherweight Miguel Angel “Mikey” Garcia (25-0, 21 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round beat down of previously unbeaten Matt Remillard (23-1, 13 KOs) in a clash for the NABF and NABO titles. Garcia dropped Remillard twice in round nine and again in the tenth. The fight was stopped after round ten.
In a clash of unbeaten super bantamweights, USBA titleholder Teon Kennedy (17-0-1, 7 KOs) won a hard fought twelve round unanimous decision over Jorge Diaz (15-1, 9 KOs). Kennedy dropped Diaz in rounds two and three and went onto a 115-111, 118-109, 117-109 victory to retain his belt.
Heavyweight Tommy Zbikowski (3-0, 2 KOs) had his toughest outing to date, winning a four round unanimous decision over Caleb Grummet (0-1-1). Scores were 39-36, 39-36, 38-37. Grummet was deducted a point for a low blow in round three that cost him a draw on one of the cards. For more details and photos click here…
By Bill Green at ringside
In the main event of an Airtight Boxing card in Sheridan, Colorado, for the vacant WBC super lightweight Latino title, Manny Perez (16-6-1, 4 KOs) of Denver squared off with Randy “Savage” Arrellin (8-4, 4 KOs) of Albuquerque. Perez built an early lead by using superior boxing skills while Arrelin looked to end the fight with one punch. Arellin had success in the fourth round as he was able to land sharp body shots on Perez. Perez rebounded in the fourth as he was able to outhustle Arrellin by using a much higher work rate. Perez turned aggressor in the fifth and bloodied the nose of Arrellin by continuing his body-head attack. The sixth round was an action packed round that had the crowd on its feet. Perez hurt Arrellin early but Arrellin rallied late. In a sudden and surprising ending, Arellin’s corner stopped the fight due to a hand injury sustained by their fighter. The pro-Perez crowd erupted as Perez was announced the winner, with the official TKO stoppage at :01 into the eighth round. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photo by Tim Barry
Former world welterweight and middleweight challenger Shannan Taylor (50-9-3, 36 KOs) clearly outscored Tim Kanofski (11-5) over twelve rounds on Saturday at the Croation Club in Punchbowl, Sydney, NSW, Australia with the IBF Pan Pacific championship up for grabs. Taylor controlled the action in most of the rounds as he connected with accurate combinations on the back moving Brisbane boxer.Many of Kanofski punches were taken on the arms and gloves of Taylor who displayed a very tight defense. Scores at the conclusion Les Fear 119-109, Ray Reed 117-111, Pat O’Connor 119-111. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
Thomas Oosthuixen of South Africa won the vacant IBO super middleweight belt when he stopped Evert Bravo of Colombia at 2:34 into the ninth round at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park on Saturday night.
On the same card in an untidy affair in what was a poor excuse for a world title fight Tshifhiwa Munyai won the vacant IBO super bantamweight belt when he outpointed southpaw Filipino Danilo Pena.
Full report to come
Photos: Eroll Popova
European heavyweight champion Alexander Dimitrenko (31-1, 21 KOs) scored a spectacular twelfth round KO over Albert Sosnowski (46-4-1, 28 KOs) on Saturday night at the famed Universum Gym in Hamburg, Germany. It was a hard fought fight until Dimitrenko laid out Sosnowski for the count with a huge right uppercut. He was down for several minutes, but appears to be OK and left the ring under his own power. Time was 1:28. Dimitrenko were originally scheduled to fight Sosnowski in December, but he fainted shortly before the fight started and the bout was postponed.
WIBF flyweight champion “Killer Queen” Susi Kentikian (28-0, 16 KOs) won a good action ten round unanimous decision over Ana Arrazola (19-6-3, 16 KOs) by scores of 99-90, 98-92, 97-92. Arrazola was deducted a point in round six for a low blow in round six. Click here for more photos…
Full report from Ron Jackson to come…
Takalani Ndlovu (32-6, 18 KOs) dethroned IBF super bantamweight champion Steve Molitor (33-2, 12 KOs) by unanimous decision on Saturday night at the Nasrec Indoor Arena in Johannesburg, South Africa. Scores were 118-110, 118-110, 116-112.
Also IBF flyweight champion Moruti Mthalane (27-2, 18 KOs) stopped Johnriel Casimero (14-2, 8 KOs) in the fifth round to retain his belt for the second time.
Michigan heavyweight Demetrice King says he still hasn’t been paid for his fight last weekend against David Tua. King is due $10,000 for his ten round decision loss to Tua in Manukau, New Zealand. According to the New Zealand Herald, the hangup is a dispute between NYC-based promoter Cedric Kushner and and NZ promoter Inga Tuigamala. King signed a Gotham Boxing contract for the bout so Kushner appears to be on the hook, but Cedric told the Herald he had no financial involvement in the fight and signed King on the instructions of Tuigamala, trusting Tuigamala to take care of King’s purse. Tuigamala, who is Tua’s cousin, says it’s a “contractual issue” between King and Kushner. Meanwhile Demetrice King waits.
Unbeaten WBO middleweight champion Dmitry Pirog (18-0, 14 KOs) scored a lackluster twelve round unanimous decision over #10 rated Javier Francisco Maciel (18-2, 12 KOs) on Saturday night at the DIVS Sports Palace in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Pirog didn’t look anything like the fighting machine who dominated Daniel Jacobs in winning the belt last summer. A big shot by Pirog in round four brought the partison crowd to life, but those moments were far and few between. Maciel was able to connect with clean shots at times, but no question Pirog did enough to win. Scores were 115-112, 117-110, 115-111.
Unbeaten Olympian lightweight Alisher Rahimov (22-0, 11 KOs) outpointed Rustam Nugaev (21-6-1, 12 KOs) over twelve by scores of 118-112, 118-113, 116-112. Scores seemed a little too lopsided for the hometown fighter in what was a very competitive affair.
Unbeaten Olympic heavyweight silver medalist Vyacheslav Glazkov (9-0, 6 KOs) busted up and outpointed formerly world ranked Denis Bakhtov (33-6, 22 KOs) over eight rounds. Scores were 80-72 on all cards.
Olympic gold medalist and unbeaten welterweight prospect Felix Diaz (9-0, 6 KOs) stopped previously unbeaten Andrey Berdyshev (5-1, 1 KO) in round three. Diaz dropped Berdyshev with a left hand and the bout was waved off moments later. Time was 1:39.
Ringside by Andreas Hale
Photos by Chris Cozzone
Unbeaten junior middleweight prospect and rising Cuban star, Erislanda Lara, was expected to put on a show inside the Chelsea Ballroom at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, NV against unheralded Carlos Molina but the rough and rugged Mexican wouldn’t be anybody’s crash test dummy on live television as the two battled to a majority draw on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights . . . Click here for more
For more on the UFC or on UFN, visit www.UFC.com
By Bill Green
Photo: Brian Imhof
Manuel Perez at 138 vs. Randy Arrellin at 139.6
Robert Frankel 148.3 vs. Adam Limon 153.4
Madeline Ortega 119 vs. Anna Hub 129
Isiah Barela TBA vs. Joel Gillilard TBA
Venue: Red and Jerrys, Sheridan, Colorado
Promoter: Airtight Promotions
Photos and report by Bob Ryder
Holland Michigan’s own Juan “Johnny” Garcia scored a second round TKO in the main event of promoter Greg Ahrens card at the Civic Center on Friday night. With most of the approximately 1,200 folks in attendance cheering him on, former amatuer star Garcia did not disappoint but had to overcome some stiff resistance from opponent Jesse Francisco. After controlling the first half of the opening round, Garcia took several hard overhand rights from Francisco that had him holding on for a moment. Recovering quickly however, Garcia engaged Francisco in a spirited exchange to the bell that had the crowd roaring. It turned into a route though in the second as Garcia cut loose with his entire arsenal flooring Francisco three times to score the stoppage at 2:31. Garcia improves to (6-0, 5 KOs) while game Francisco from Miami drops to (3-13, 2 KOs). Lightweights. For more details and photos click here…
For more on the UFC or on UFN, visit www.UFC.com
Guadalajara featherweight Jorge Solis tipped the scale at 133.2 in his second day re-weigh for his challenge at the IBF Featherweight Championship against Yuriorkis Gamboa at The Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ. Gamboa did not participate in the mandatory re-weigh and will, in the event he wins tonight’s bout, give up the IBF title which would become vacant.
The WBA doesn’t require a re-weighing, so Gamboa would retain his WBA belt with a win tonight.
Also re-weighing were Jorge Solis Teon Kennedy 129.4 and Jorge Diaz 131 who meet in a twelve-rounder for the USBA super bantamweight (122lb) title.
Pictured: IBF Supervisor Paul Artisst, Jorge Solis, matchmaker Sean Gibbons and trainer Wilivaldo Arroyo.
WBO Cruiserweight Champion Marco Huck (31-1, 23 KOs) just wrapped up the sparring ahead of his sixth title defence on April 2. Next Saturday, the 26-year-old will take on Ran Nakash (25-0, 18 KOs) at the Gerry Weber Stadium in Halle, Germany. Boxing-online.com caught up with him before fight week. (more…)
Stephane Jamoye 117 vs. Leo Santa Cruz 117
(WBC Youth bantamweight title)
Jose Salgado 115 vs. Everth Briceno 115
(NABF super flyweight title)
Marco Antonio Periban 167.6 vs. Edgar Ruiz ??
Fidel Maldonado 141 vs. Gerardo Chavez 142.7
Jose Manuel Osorio 129.3 vs. Erick Perez 129.3
Mikail Arreola 121.8 vs. Marco Chable 119.9
Gilberto Gonzalez 135.7 vs. Uriel Marquez 135.7
Venue: Museo Interactivo De Xalapa
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV; Televisa (Mexico)
From Seattle’s KeyArena for tomorrow night’s Ultimate Fight Night:
Main card (Spike TV)
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira 206 vs. Phil Davis 206
Dan Hardy 171 vs. Anthony Johnson 171
DaMarques Johnson 171 vs. Amir Sadollah 170
Leonard Garcia 145 vs. Chan Sung Jung 146
Preliminary card on Facebook
Jon Madsen 261 vs. Mike Russow 256
Alex Caceres 146 vs. Mackens Semerzier 146
John Hathaway 171 vs. Kris McCray 170
Edwin Figueroa 136 vs. Michael McDonald 135
Sean McCorkle 266 vs. Christian Morecraft 265
Preliminary card untelevised
Johny Hendricks 170 vs. T.J. Waldburger 170
Mario Miranda 185 vs. Aaron Simpson 185
Nik Lentz 155 vs. Waylon Lowe 156
For more on the UFC or on UFN, visit www.UFC.com
By Jason Ford at ringside
Middleweight Osamanu Adama (19-2, 14 KOs) scored a fourth round stoppage over Marcus Upshaw (13-5-1, 6 KOs) to claim the vacant USBA and IBO I/C belts on Friday night at the Hanging Gardens in River Grove, Illinois. Time was :42.
Jr middleweight Joey “Twinkle Fingers” Hernandez (18-1-1, 10 KOs) won via eighth round disqualification over Angel “Toro” Hernandez (30-10, 17 KOs) in a bout for the vacant USBO I/C belt. Toro was DQ’d for continuing to punch after the bell in round eight.
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
In a crossroads bout, Roberto Garcia won an eight round unanimous decision over former world title challenger Jose Shibata Flores at the Commerce Casino in Commerce, CA. Flores controlled the first two rounds, but Garcia (29-3, 21 KO’s) increased his aggression and punch output from the third round on. Garcia dropped Flores with a right hand to the head in the sixth round. Flores (45-11, 26 KO’s) attempted to mount a rally, but came up short. All three judges scored the bout in favor of Garcia by scores of 78-73, 77-74, and 80-71. Garcia rebounds from last year’s defeat to Antonio Margarito, while Flores’ two-fight winning streak is snapped. For more details and photos click here…
By Robert Hough at ringside
Jr lightweight Alejandro Perez (15-2-1, 9 KOs) scored a spectacular first round KO over Antonio Escalante (23-4, 15 KOs) on Friday night at the Sports Center in Fairfield, California. A huge right hand dropped Escalante for the count. Time was 2:57.
Jr middleweight Clint Coronel (4-1, 1 KO) won a six round split decision over Carlos Musquez (3-5-3, 3 KOs) by scores of 58-56, 59-55 and 56-58.
Local jr featherweight favorite Manuel “Tino” Avila (3-0, 2 KOs) dropped Frank Gutierrez (2-9-2, 1 KO) three times before the bout was stopped at :59 of round two.
By Rocco Morales at ringside
Photos: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing
In his biggest win to date, undefeated super bantamweight Efrain Esquivias Jr. (13-0, 9 KOs) passes his first true test in his emerging career with a third round TKO over two time former world title challenger Jhon Albert Molina (27-16-3, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California. With the win, Esquivias wins the WBA Fedelatin title and potentially earn a WBA world ranking. For more details and photos click here…
Photo by Sergio Shibuya
Somebody’s “O” had to go in tonight’s Brazilian-Argentinean showdown between unbeaten prospects, as Michael “The Brazilian Rocky” Oliveira’s rising popularity in his native country continued to grow with his 10-round unanimous decision victory against a game Abel Nicolas “El Principito” Adriel, headlining the “International Boxing Challenge” pro-am event at Mauro Pinheiro Gymnasium in Sao Paulo. The 20-year-old Oliveira (14-0, 11 KOs) captured the Interim WBC Latino super middleweight belt defeating (98-92, 98-92, 97-93) previously undefeated Adriel (10-1-2, 2 KOs) in front of a spirited, partisan crowd. (more…)
By Andreas Hale at ringside
Jr middleweight Erislandy Lara (15-0-1, 10 KOs) and “King” Carlos Molina (17-5-1, 5 KOs) battled to a ten round draw on Friday night at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. In Molina’s first fight since June 2009, he seemingly outworked Lara to win 97-93 on one card, but the other two were 95-95 and 95-95.
Unbeaten 2004 Olympic silver medalist jr middleweight Yudel Jhonson (10-0, 7 KOs) scored a seventh round TKO Over Richard Gutierrez (26-6-1, 16 KOs). Referee Russell Mora waved it off after a Johnson barrage at the 1:09 mark.
Unbeaten cruiserweight Yunier Dorticos (12-0, 12 KOs) scored a second round TKO over Jose Luis Herrera (16-11, 16 KOs). Dorticos dropped Herrera in round two and it was waved off moments later. (more…)
Grupo Publica won the rights to promote the fight between champion Kazuto Ioka, of Japan, and Juan Hernandez, of Mexico, for the World Boxing Council strawweight world championship. Further details will be announced in a few days.
Today a final agreement on the fight for the WBC light flyweight world championship was reached. The bout between current champion Gilberto Keb Baas, of Yucatan, and his challenger Adrian “The Confessor” Hernandez, of the State of Mexico, will be held on April 30th in a venue in the State of Mexico to be announced in a few days. The agreement was reached by the representatives to the aforementioned fighters, Pepe Gomez representing the champion, and Salvador Briman, representing the official challenger and fighter who is ranked number one in the division by the WBC. The details of the signed contract will be announced soon.
Photos and report by Przemek Garczarczyk
After traveling 12 hours from the US to Poland, Francisco “The Wizard” Palacios (20-0, 13 KOs), who on April 2 in Bydgoszcz (Poland) will challenge WBC cruiserweight champion Krzysztof “Diablo” Włodarczyk (44-2, 32 KOs) wasted no time preparing. Just a couple of hours after arriving at the Warsaw hotel, Francisco trained for almost two hours with his head trainers Josue Aguilar and Gil Maldonado, with help from another Puerto Rican cruiserweight – Alfredo Escalera (18-3, 12 KOs). For more details and photos click here…
By Francisco Salazar
Photo by Chris Farina/Top Rank
Five years ago, Miguel Angel Garcia was making his final preparations to graduate from Pacifica High School in Oxnard, CA. About a month after his graduation, Garcia was successful in his professional debut, winning a four round unanimous decision over Domingo Mendoza. On Saturday night, Garcia has studied and prepped for his hardest test which he hopes to pass with flying colors. A victory over unbeaten Matt Remillard will allow Garcia to “graduate” to the upper echelon of a competitive featherweight division. (more…)
Photos: Emily Harney
Yuriorkis Gamboa 126 vs. Jorge Solis 125.5
(WBA featherweight championship)
Mikey Garcia 125 vs. Matt Remillard 125
Jorge Diaz 122 vs. Teon Kennedy 122
Glen Tapia 152 vs. Eberto Medina 151
Camilo Perez 124 vs. Desi Williams 125
Tommy Zbikowski 195 vs. Caleb Grummet 215.5
Rashad Brown 161.5 vs. Darryl Parker 161.5
Miguel Cartagena 117 vs. Omar Gonzalez 119
Venue: Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ
Promoter: Top Rank
Click here for more photos…
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photo: Milo Lekovic
WBO #15 Ryan Waters (21-3-2, 12 KOs) captured the WBA Pan African 154 pound title when he outscored former IBF world champion Gairy St. Clair (42-10-2, 18 KOs) over twelve rounds at the Cronulla Leagues club in Sydney, NSW, Australia on Friday. Waters was on the attack in round one and kept the pressure on St Clair cutting the ring off continually. St. Clair showed a big bag of tricks and connected with solid left and right hand combo’s in round four. In this round Waters was cut over the left eye that was ruled an accidental head clash by referee Charlie Lucas. The doctor inspected but ruled it okay to continue. (more…)
Photos: PR Best Boxing Promotions/José Pérez
Ivan “Iron Boy” Calderon is on weight for his upcoming bout against WBO junior flyweight champion Giovani Segura in the card “The Revenge” to be held April 2 at the Auditorio del Estado in Mexicali, Baja California, México. Calderón (34-1-1, 6KOs) weighed in at 113.4, 5% over the maximum 108lbs showing a great mood and a well defined body. “I’m in camp with one of my trainers (Felix Pagan Pintor), who made my meals and is handling of all of my issues. It’s great, I feel much better for this fight, I’m feeling strong, fast and without that eating anxiety,” the 36-year-old Calderon said. “I’m in the best shape of my life after all of the work we did yesterday I made the 108 weight and again today.” The former 105 and 108lb world champion will travel tomorrow to Mexico on a long journey from Puerto Rico to New York to Los Angeles to San Diego from which he will go by car to Mexicali. Click here for more photos…
International Agent & Promoter Sampson Lewkowicz, representing Golden Boy Promotions, is diligently working on signing the WBA Bantamweight Super Champ, Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno (30-1-1, 10 KOs) to the stable of Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions. Lewkowicz is working with the Panamanian Manager, Dr. Roberto Grimaldo and International boxing representative Jacques DesChamps on a promotional contract to secure the southpaw. Lewkowicz has stated: “We MUST have this contract signed by the end of the business day of Monday, March 28, 2011, to get this deal done. Our goal is to have a signature on the contract by the deadline date.”
For more on the UFC or on UFN, visit www.UFC.com
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Mexican three-time world champion Erik “Terrible” Morales conducted a public training session on Wednesday at the Otomi Ceremonial Center in Temoaya, Mexico State. He’s been focusing for more than two months on training for his upcoming bout against Argentinian Marcos “Chino” Maidana on April 9th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Morales hopes to become the first Mexican fighter to win four world titles in different divisions from super bantamweight, featherweight and super featherweight, he now has his sights on the WBA super lightweight interim world title. Erik is in good physical and mental shape which is very obviously important for this big fight. “It’s a great fight and I’m going to give my best because it’s all or nothing. Maida is young and strong, I will use all my experience with intelligence and strategy,” said Morales. Click here for more photos…
All contents copyright 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 by Freitag Marketing Services, LLC. The information on this site cannot be reused without written permission.