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Report/gallery: Hopkins vs. Shumenov

Report/gallery: Hopkins vs. Shumenov

Ringside by Gary "Digital" Williams Photos by Mike Greenhill After another brilliant in-ring performance, 49-year-old IBF Light Heavyweight champion Bernard "The Alien" Hopkins ...

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Photos: Quigg annihilates Munyai; Crolla stops Murray in war

Photos: Quigg annihilates Munyai; Crolla stops Murray in war

Photos: Scott J. Raven WBA super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg (28-0-2, 21 KOs) scored a second round KO over late sub Tshifhiwa Munyai ...

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Verdejo blows away Zavala in 74 seconds

Verdejo blows away Zavala in 74 seconds

Photos: Peter Amador / Top Rank Unbeaten lightweight Felix "Diamante" Verdejo (12-0, 9 KOs) needed just 74 seconds to demolish Ivan "El Oso" ...

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49-year-old Hopkins schools Shumenov; Porter destroys Malignaggi

49-year-old Hopkins schools Shumenov; Porter destroys Malignaggi

By Gary "Digital" Williams at ringside Photos: Tom Casino / Showtime 49-year-old IBF light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins (55-6-2, 32 KOs) continued to make ...

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Salka upsets Collado: Full Report

Salka upsets Collado: Full Report

By Kurt Wolfheimer Photos: Stephanie Trapp/Showtime Friday night before a raucous crowd of over 2,000 strong at the Convention Center in Monroeville, PA, ...

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Report/gallery: Hopkins vs. Shumenov

Report/gallery: Hopkins vs. Shumenov

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Photos: Quigg annihilates Munyai; Crolla stops Murray in war

Photos: Quigg annihilates Munyai; Crolla

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Verdejo blows away Zavala in

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49-year-old Hopkins schools Shumenov; Porter destroys Malignaggi

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Salka upsets Collado: Full Report

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Boxing News

New Foe for McClain

By Jose E. Santiago

In an NABF cruiserweight title fight hyped up with bad blood featuring Yahya McClain versus Lou Del Valle less than two weeks away, Del Valle has been sidelined by an apparent back injury. According to the Del Valle camp the injury occurred while he was training this past weekend. A doctors analysis has not been performed and is currently scheduled for Wednesday. McClain senses something fishy in the works. “How can a man be injured so severely that he can’t fight, but hasn’t even gone to see a doctor yet?” McClain told Fightnews Tuesday afternoon. Stepping in to fill the void is 35 year old Jason Richardson (18-5 11KO) of the Chicago area. Robinson is a viable, and experienced challenge for McClain being that he’s duked it out with world champions James Toney, Ezra Sellers, and O’Neal Bell in the past. (more…)



April 6th, 2010



Boxing News

Supermiddles invade Chicago

Hot unbeate super middleweight prospects will be featured on the April 30th edition of “SHOBOX, The New Generation.” The card takes place at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago and will feature Donovan “Da Bomb” George, Edwin “La Bomba” Rodriguez and Marcus “Too Much” Johnson in separate bouts. George (19-0-1, 17 KOs) will battle Osumanu Adams (17-1, 13 KOs) in a scheduled eight round bout. Rodriguez (14-0, 10 KOs) has an eight round battle with Kevin Engel (17-2, 14 KOs). And, Johnson (18-0, 14 KOs) meets fellow unbeaten Derek Edwards (25-0, 13 KOs) in a ten rounder. Tickets start at $31. Call 1-800-745-3000. 




April 6th, 2010

Boxing News

More on big D.C. card

By Gary “Digital” Williams

More details are emerging on the May 29 card at the D.C. Armory in Washington D.C. According to promoter Garcia Staley of Titanium Productions, former WBO world champion DeMarcus Corley will be facing Verquan “The Show” Kimbrough for the UBO 140lb belt. Former two-time WBC champion of the world Keith Holmes (41-5, 25 KOs) will be taking on an opponent to be confirmed for the vacant UBO International middleweight title. There will also be a third UBO title bout as former IBF world champion Kassim Ouma takes on Ishmail Arvin for the UBO light middleweight title.



April 6th, 2010

Boxing News

Mijares ready for Arce

Former world champion Cristian Mijares (38-6-2, 17 KOs) and Francisco “Panchito” Arce (30-5-2, 21 KOs) collide in a WBC bantamweight eliminator on Saturday at the Palenque de la Feria in Durango, Mexico. “By knockout or by decision, either way I’m coming out with a victory against Arce,” said Mijares. “I say this with confidence based on the preparation I’ve done.” Panchito Arce is the younger brother of triple world champion Jorge “Travieso” Arce, who was defeated in a high profile fight by Mijares in April 2007. The co-featured bout will be for the Latino flyweight title between Faustino Cupul (22-2, 16 KOs) and Julio Cesar “Pingo” Miranda (30-5-1, 23 KOs). In addition, former welterweight champion José Luis “Maestrito” López launches his comeback against Juan Carlos “Chocolate” Barreto.



April 6th, 2010

Announcement

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April 6th, 2010

Announcement

Herrera-Hinojosa at ‘Path to Glory’

Thompson Boxing celebrates 10th season!

For ten years, Thompson Boxing Promotions has delivered the best fights and fighters to boxing fans throughout the Southern California area, developing world champions such as Timothy Bradley and Yonnhy Perez in the process.  On Friday, April 23rd, this tradition of excellence continues, as junior welterweight standouts Mauricio “El Maestro” Herrera and Efren “Huracan” Hinojosa collide in the eight round main event of “Path to Glory” at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California. (more…)



April 6th, 2010

UFC

Grove takes on Munoz

UFC 112 is LIVE on PPV April 10!

After it was announced that Kendall Grove would take on Mark Munoz April 10th at UFC 112, it is conceivable that the TUF 3 middleweightwinner began to wonder if there was a new rule in place that required him to only fight former NCAA wrestling champions. Last November, Grove made short work of the highly touted Jake Rosholt, a three-time national champ at Oklahoma State, despite being considered an underdog by oddsmakers . . . Click here for more by Elias Cepeda, UFC.com



April 6th, 2010

Boxing News

Holmes, Corley headline in DC

It has already been announced that former WBO world champion DeMarcus Corley will fight for the UBO light welterweight title on May 29 in Washington D.C., and now Titanium Promotions reveals that one more local former world champion will attempt to lift a UBO belt on their show promoted at the D.C. Armory. Former two-time WBC champion of the world Keith Holmes (41-5, 25 KOs) will be taking on an opponent to be confirmed for the vacant UBO International middleweight title. Titanium Promotions will announce opponents for Holmes and Corley within the next few weeks.



April 6th, 2010

Boxing News

Ellis-Maxwell clash Friday

Brock Ellis

By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing

Australian welterweight Heath Ellis (12-1-1, 6 KOs) will meet hard punching Steve Maxwell (6-3, 4 KOs) over twelve rounds at the Malvern Town Hall in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Friday. Maxwell recently stopped two time Australian champion Matthew Paulley in a major upset of 2009 and is confident of repeating the same against Ellis who is regarded as one of Australia’s best prospects. Ellis has an excellent pedigree being the nephew of Australian boxing legend Lester Ellis who was world IBF 130 pound champion and reigned as champion during the 1980s. (more…)



April 6th, 2010

Boxing News

Shot of the Day

Photos: Mary Ann Owen

Four-time world heavyweight champion Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield and WBF heavyweight titleholder Frans “The White Buffalo” Botha worked out at a special “Beat and Greet” event on Monday at the Findlay Toyota in Henderson, Nevada. They collide Saturday at the Thomas and Mack in Las Vegas in a bout that can be seen on pay-per-view.



April 6th, 2010

Boxing News

Holyfield-Botha undercard

The undercard for Saturday night’s “The Legend Returns” pay-per-view event at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, headlined by four-time world heavyweight champion Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield against WBF beltholder Frans “The White Buffalo” Botha, has been announced by Crown Boxing. In the 10-round co-feature, local cruiserweight Henry Namauu (5-3, 3 KOs) meets Rayford Johnson (5-4, 3 KOs). Former IBF cruiserweight champion “King” Arthur Williams (46-16-1, 30 KOs) tests unbeaten Valente Tinajero (8-0, 4 KOs) in a six-rounder. Also on the undercard in four-round bouts are featherweight Rocco Santomauro (3-0) vs. Karl Hammer (1-2), super bantamweight Crystal Hoy (3-1-2, 2 KOs) vs. Jennifer Han (0-1-1), lightweight Joel Flores (3-0, 3 KOs) vs. Jose Fernandez (1-1), welterweight Lawrence Hughes (3-0, 3 KOs) vs. TBA, lightweight Jesus Gutierez (1-0, 1 KO) vs. Jonathan Garcia, and super bantamweight Alexis Santiago (2-0-1, 1 KO) vs. Brice Yeniki (0-4).



April 5th, 2010

Full Report

Rodriguez-Arnaoutis Photo Report

Report by Scott Ploof
Photography by Emily Harney

Danbury, CT’s Delvin Rodriguez (25-4-2, 14 KOs) retained his USBA welterweight title as he won a twelve round unanimous decision over a game “Mighty” Mike Arnaoutis (22-5-2, 10 KO’s) in an action packed main event on ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights this past Friday night from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. Scores of the bout in favor of Rodriguez read 117-110, 119-108, and 118-109. Rodriguez worked off his jab the entire night to setup the hook and right hand. Arnaoutis showed his durability and tenacity throughout as he landed some nice counters in the losing effort. The six bout fight card was promoted by Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing. 154 pound Providence, RI prospect Demetrius Andrade (10-0, 7 KOs) scored a six round unanimous decision over an outclassed Geoffrey Spruiell (8-9, 2 KOs). All three judges scored the fight a perfect shutout for Andrade 60-54. Click here for action packed photogallery.



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Simms Bros arrested for fighting

Former WBA super welterweight champion Travis Simms (27-1, 20 KOs), now a local city councilman, and his twin brother Tarvis Simms (25-1, 11 KOs) have been reportedly arrested after getting into an ugly fight with each other over the weekend at Travis’ home in Norwalk, CT. Both are facing third-degree assault charges.



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

TR re-signs Vanes, inks Martinez

USA Olympian and rising young contender Vanes ‘Nightmare’ Martirosyan of Glendale, Calif., has re-signed with Top Rank announced Bob Arum today. Martirosyan, 23, has a record of 27-0 with 17 knockouts. He is trained by Freddie Roach and handled by Shelly Finkel. Martirosyan is ranked WBO #3, WBC #5, IBF #8 and WBA #8 at 154 pounds. As an amateur Martirosyan represented the United States in the 2004 Olympics. “Vanes is definitely one of the future superstars in boxing,” Arum said. “We helped develop Vanes during his first five years. Now, with the coaching of the great Freddie Roach, Vanes will be heading to the top level of boxing.”
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It was also announced that Christian Martinez, 22, of the Bronx, N.Y. signed a promotional contract with Top Rank. Martinez is a young super welterweight with a 3-0-0 record with 3 knockouts. As an amateur boxer, Martinez was in about 145 bouts and was a gold medalist in the New York Golden Gloves and the Empire State Games. He is managed by Craig Hamilton and advised by Anthony Catanzaro. Christian’s father, Edwin, is the chief trainer. Martinez, born in Puerto Rico, began boxing at the age of 10 at the Jerome Boxing Club in the Bronx, N.Y. He is scheduled to box on the Miguel Cotto vs. Yuri Foreman fight card at Yankee Stadium on June 5. “Fight fans are going to love Christian Martinez,” said Hamilton, who also manages John Duddy. “He is a big puncher, well-schooled and has a ton of amateur experience.”



April 5th, 2010

Feature Story

Williams, Cintron ready for war

Big Joe Miranda

By Francisco Salazar

Paul Williams and Kermit Cintron have quite a bit in common. Both were world champions at 147 pounds. Both have faced Antonio Margarito, whom Williams beat by majority decision almost three years ago. Cintron was not as fortunate, being stopped twice by the hard-hitting Mexican. Now, there is another thing in common between the hard-hitting super welterweights. Aside from praising one another’s accomplishments and strengths, both agreed that the best man will win in their May 8th super welterweight showdown at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Doctors clear Hopkins

After his unanimous victory Saturday night over Roy Jones Jr., two division world champion Bernard Hopkins, was taken to University Medical Center immediately following the fight after receiving a rabbit punch to the back of his head in the sixth round of the 12-round bout. Hopkins was released early Sunday morning after receiving a clean bill of health from doctors who examined him thoroughly as all tests administered revealed negative results including a CAT scan. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Pittman, Dib in action Thurs.

Ray Wheatley

By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing

Former WBA middleweight challenger Jamie Pittman (19-1, 8 KOs) will clash with Ghana’s Joseph Kwadio (13-1, 9 KOs) at the La Montage Reception Center in Sydney, NSW, Australia on Thursday. Former WBO featherweight challenger Billy Dib (25-1, 13 KOs) will be in action against Filipino Reynaldo Belandres (13-1, 8 KOs) over eight rounds. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

World title twinbill in Bayamón

By Gabriel F. Cordero
 
Puerto Rican world champions Roman “Rocky” Martínez and Wilfredo Vázquez Jr.  will defend their world titles in Bayamón, Puerto Rico on May 29 in the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez. Martínez will be facing Nicaraguan challenger Gonzalo Munguía for his WBO Jr. lightweight  world crown and Wilfredo Vasquez Jr will meet Hungarian  Zsolt Bedak for his WBO super bantamweight world belt. The event is presented by PR Best Boxing Promotions.



April 5th, 2010

Announcement

2-for-1 tickets for “Heroes!”

For April 10th show at Agua Caliente Casino

The Agua Caliente Casino, Resort, Spa in Rancho Mirage, California is offering 2-for-1 tickets to all members of law enforcement, fire & rescue departments, military, families of deployed military and first responders to the Saturday, April 10th special edition of the ESPN Championship Boxing. In the main event, undefeated welterweight contender Orlando Lora (26-0-1, 18 KOs) rumbles with gritty veteran David Estrada (22-6, 14 KOs) for the vacant WBC FECOMBOX welterweight title.  A member of Mexico’s 2000 Olympic team, Lora is trained by highly regarded Abel Sanchez in Big Bear.  Estrada is one tough veteran, having gone ten or more rounds with Shane Mosley, Kermit Cintron, Shane Mosley, Andre Berto and Luis Abregu.  The co-main event features undefeated top-ten junior featherweight contender and NABO champion Victor Fonseca (17-0, 9 KOs) against heavy-handed veteran Andre Wilson (11-3-1, 9 KOs).   (more…)



April 5th, 2010

UFC

Madsen ready for Al Turk

UFC 112 is LIVE on PPV April 10!

Ask Jon Madsen about the a-ha moment that convinced him to go from working the front desk at a Holiday Inn to working his way into the UFC heavyweight division, and he doesn’t have the foggiest clue where to begin. He says the best person to ask is his mother . . . Click here for more by Debbie Lee, UFC.com



April 5th, 2010

Full Report

Garcia stops Said

Ringside report by Gerardo Martinez
Photos courtesy of Joel Priest

The last time Mohammad Said (33-9-1, 24 KOs) fought in the U.S. was in 2007 against light middleweight contender James Kirkland, when he lost by second round KO. This time around, he did not do much better, losing one round later, by TKO, to Ignacio’s own Elco “The Animal” Garcia (23-7, 12 KOs). Doubling as a travel agent, Said would be wise not book any flights back to the U.S. any time soon . . . Click here for more



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Shot of the Day

William Sheratt - Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

WBA heavyweight champion David Haye walks to a neutral corner after a scoring a knockdown en route to a ninth round technical knockout victory over former heavyweight champion John Ruiz on Saturday night in Manchester, England. This week the Haye Team plans to open negotiations for a possible fight with Wladimir Klitschko in front of 80,000 in London’s Wembley Stadium in the Fall. More photos…



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Lapin to train Sosnowski

Piotr Momot/www.ringpolska.pl

Fiodor Lapin will be the head trainer of Albert Sosnowski in his preparations for the biggest fight of his life against WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko. Lapin is best known as a trainer of former cruiserweight world champion Krzysztof Wlodarczyk and current IBF #1 welterweight Rafal Jackiewicz. In fact, Wlodarczyk currently is also preparing for another title shot in his career against Giacobe Fragomeni and he is sharing the training camp with Sosnowski. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Boxing back in San Diego

By Felipe Leon

Bobby D. Presents in association with Jorge Marron Productions offer their second fight night of the year with “Turf War: San Diego vs. Calexico” on Thursday, April 8th , at the Four Points by Sheraton in Kearny Mesa, a suburb of San Diego, CA. In the main event, undefeated Christopher “SD Kid” Martin (16-0, 5KO) will defend his California State Bantamweight title against hard hitting Ruben “Finito” Lopez (15-11-2, 13KO) of Calexico, CA, in an eight round bout. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing Result

Ennis outslugs Gonzalez

By Kurt Wolfheimer

Friday night at the Legendary Blue Horizon in North Philadelphia, USBA junior middleweight champion Derek “Pooh Ennis (21-2-1, 13 KOs) had to overcome a cut over his right eye and a tremendous effort by late replacement Jose Gonzalez (13-7-1, 11 KOs) to capture a hard fought ten round majority decision victory in the non title main event of the evening. His brother, undefeated super middleweight prospect Farah Ennis (13-0, 7 KOs) had a much easier time of it as he needed just two rounds to stop veteran Frankie Santos (17-9-4, 8 KOs) in the eight-round co-feature. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing Result

Full Report from Brooklyn

By Matt Richardson at ringside

Light heavyweight Ronson Frank maintained his unbeaten record when he won a technical fifth round decision over Alexander Mancera in the main event of a card promoted by O’Shea Brothers Boxing on Friday night at the Masonic Temple in Brooklyn, New York. In the main fight of a six-bout card, Frank (15-0, 7 KO’s) scored the decision when the fight was forced to the scorecards after Mancera (7-4, 5 KO’s) was cut from a head butt. (more…)



April 5th, 2010

Boxing News

Spivey wins but loses title

Chris Perry

By Chris Perry at ringside

The last time “Dangerous” Dorin Spivey fought at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, VA, he had his hometown crowd on their feet with a thrilling victory. Almost eight years later, he did the same. In the main event of the first International Championship Boxing series at the Scope Arena, Spivey (38-5, 29 KOs), from nearby Portsmouth, was impressive winning a unanimous decision victory over tough Baltimore, MD fighter Tyrell “Da Sho Shocka” Samuel (14-4, 6 KOs) with two judges scoring the ten-round fight 100-90 and the third judge scoring the bout 98-92. Unfortunately Spivey, who was the NABA lightweight champion before the fight, weighed in heavier than the 135 pound limit which meant that he automatically vacated the title and that only Samuel could win championship. Spivey’s extra weight was an issue that threatened the fight up until the time of the main event but both camps ultimately came to an agreement to make the fight happen. For more details and photos click here…



April 4th, 2010

Full Report

Report/gallery: Hopkins-Jones 2

Ringside by Andreas Hale
Photography by Chris Cozzone

Bernard Hopkins waited 17 years for vengeance over longtime rival Roy Jones, Jr. The two fought a combined 71 bouts before meeting up Saturday night. Hopkins made sure that he wouldn’t lose again.

In a rather unspectacular foul-laden rematch, Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins (51-5-1, 32 KOs) avenged his 1993 loss, defeating longtime rival Roy Jones Jr. (54-7, 40 KOs) via unanimous decision in a fight that should have happened a decade ago . . . Click here for more



April 4th, 2010

Full Report

Hopkins-Jones: Aftermath

Postfight press report

Story by Andreas Hale
Photos by Chris Cozzone

It took 17 years for Bernard Hopkins to avenge his loss against Roy Jones. Since their initial battle back in 1993, Hopkins and Jones have shared a mutual disdain for one another that prevented them from getting back into the ring. The bad blood was evident in the rematch as the 45-year-old Hopkins finally got his sweet revenge as he defeated the 41-year-old Jones via a grueling unanimous decision victory at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas . . . . click here for more



April 4th, 2010

Boxing Result

Ikeke retains NABA title

By Shamus Young at ringside

Kingsley “Sharp Knuckle” Ikeke retained his NABA Super Middleweight title via a 10 round majority decision over Zane Marks at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, WA. After a slow start, Ikeke (now 27-3) controlled the fight with his height and reach. Marks (now 17-5) picked spots and lunged in with short combinations and stunned Ikeke in the 7th. Ikeke was able to ride out Marks’ brief bursts of offense and outwork him from distance. Scores were 95-95 and 97-93 twice. Fightnews scored it 96-94 for Ikeke.
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The co-main event was a raucous and entertaining rock-em-sock-em match in which heavyweight Andrae Carthon (4-5-2) out-slugged Freddie Miller (1-2-1) over 6 rounds to take a unanimous decision. The judges all scored it 58-54. Fightnews had it 57-55 for Carthon. In a featured fight, George “Monk” Foreman III went to 7-0 by spoiling Dale Mitchell’s debut. Foreman dropped Mitchell in the second and referee Paul Field stopped the fight between rounds on advice of the corner. Official time was 3:00 of the second round. (more…)



April 4th, 2010

Boxing Result

Nakagawa, Sato keep belts

By Joe Koizumi

Japanese welterweight champ Daisuke Nakagawa (15-2-2, 11 KOs), 147, had a really tough time and barely kept his national belt as he fought to a grueling split draw (95-94 for him, 93-95 and 93-93) with hard-punching top contender Yoh Inoue (15-1-2, 10 KOs), 147, over ten hard-fought and sizzling rounds on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan. (more…)



April 4th, 2010

Boxing Result

Hopkins wins foulfest

Gets long awaited revenge against Jones Jr.

Hopkins defeats Jones

By Andreas Hale at ringside
Photos: Chris Cozzone

17 years after their first fight, ring legend Bernard Hopkins (51-5-1, 32 KOs) evened the score against 41-year-old fellow legend Roy Jones Jr. (54-7, 40 KOs) winning a foul-filled twelve round unanimous decision on Saturday night in a light heavyweight bout at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The first five rounds were measured, tactical and sometimes dirty, but things really heated up in round six after Hopkins went down from a seemingly light rabbit punch, then furiously went after Jones, continuing to fight even after the bell and the fighters had to be restrained by security. After a Hopkins rabbit punch in round eight, Jones responded with a rabbit punch that sent Hopkins to the canvas again. Hopkins went down for a third time from a borderline low blow in round ten. Action stopped in the eleventh so the ring doctor could look at a cut Jones sustained from a headbutt, ruled unintentional. A slow twelfth round brought boos from the crowd. In the end, Hopkins prevailed 117-110, 117-110, 118-109. (more…)



April 3rd, 2010

Boxing Result

Garcia, Alvarado destroy foes

Top Rank

Unbeaten featherweight Miguel Angel “Mikey” Garcia (21-0, 18 KOs) showed why he’s so highly regarded, needing just 67 seconds to annihilate veteran Tomas “El Norteno” Villa (22-7-4, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. Garcia, the brother of former world champion Robert Garcia, dropped Villa twice before the bout was waved off by referee Laurence Cole. He claimed the vacant USBA featherweight championship.

Top Rank

Unbeaten WBA #6/WBC #8 junior welterweight Mike Alvarado (27-0, 19 KOs) scored an impressive second round KO over Lenin Arroyo (20-12-1, 4 KOs). Alvarado brutally blasted the normally iron-jawed Arroyo to the deck :42 seconds into round two and Arroyp could not regain his feet. For more results and photos click here…



April 3rd, 2010

Boxing Result

Lemieux stops Smichet

Final boxing show at Montreal Casino

By Dave Spencer / Fightnews Canada at ringside

It was lights out for both Walid Smichet and the Montreal Casino as twenty-one year-old David Lemieux closed the show with a TKO victory at the :57 second mark of the second round Saturday night as boxing returned to the venue for the final time. The 700-seat facility which was home to forty-five shows will go dark for the next four years as extensive renovations take place to the facility. Lemieux ended things with bang though as he took the usually rugged Smichet and battered him from the opening bell to a quick ending, staggering the Tunisian born fighter several times along the way. Lemieux who scores his 21st knockout in his 22nd fight retains his Canadian super-middleweight title with the victory and moves onwards and upwards, and is set to headline on June 11th at 10,000 seat Uniprix Stadium against an opponent to be named on Tuesday by promoter Yvon Michel. (more…)



April 3rd, 2010

Boxing News

Buchanan, Mitchell win in DC

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside

Local fan favorite boxers Henry “Sugar Poo” Buchanan and Seth “Mayhem” Mitchell scored victories in feature bouts at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Buchanan, a super middleweight from Capitol Heights, MD, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Julius Fogle of Cary, NC to regain his WBF All-Americas super middleweight title. The win came despite Buchanan breaking his right hand early in the bout. Because of the injury, Buchanan was forced to use more foot movement and ring generalship to gain the victory. Fogle tried to press the issue and put more offensive pressure but Buchanan was too elusive. (more…)



April 3rd, 2010




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