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Although all eyes in boxing were on Orlando, Florida this week as the World Boxing Organization held its 28th annual convention, one story jumped out during the convention: the imminent emergence of the WBO in what is perhaps the greatest untapped market in boxing. A new face that created the most excitement on the opening day as Mr. Shahe Ali, President of the Indian Professional Boxing Association (IPBA) was in attendance representing India and South Asia. After being introduced to the President of the WBO, he received a warm welcome from the members in attendance. Mr. Ali has expressed a desire to see professional boxing finally make its mark in India, one of the most lucrative and untapped markets for the sport. Mr. Ali expressed his desire to not only promote professional boxing in India, but to also see the WBO grow in India as well. He reiterated that the values of the IPBA, courage, determination, respect, and a passion for boxing, motivated him to come to Orlando to discuss his plans for the sport of boxing in India He also discussed his plans to host a WBO world title fight as early as next year in India, a move that would be a historic event for the sport of boxing. So far only one professional fight card has taken place in India. (more…)
Tim-Robin Lihaug (14-1, 8 KOs) is promising an explosive performance when he returns to the ring on December 12 at the Brondby Hallen in Copenhagen.
Lihaug is the first name confirmed on the undercard for a blockbuster event in the Danish capital featuring the domestic mega-fight between Patrick Nielsen and Rudy Markussen, and the Norwegian super middleweight talent is eager to make an impression.
‘’I’m very excited to be part of such a huge show for both Danish and Scandinavian boxing,’’ said Lihaug. ‘’The main event between Patrick and Rudy will of course be one to remember, but I also intend to make my mark on December 12!’’
The 23 year-old is back in action following a tough eight-round encounter with Baptiste Castegnaro in September, where despite scoring a unanimous points victory, Lihaug believes there was room for improvement. (more…)
Photos: Gene Blevins/Tom Hogan Photography/Golden Boy
Mariachis, cake, balloons, streamers and screaming fans were all on deck to greet Canelo Álvarez (45-1-1, 32 KOs),former WBC and WBA Super Welterweight World Champion, at his San Diego media workout Thursday at House of Boxing Gym ahead of his November 21 middleweight world championship showdown against WBC middleweight world champion Miguel Cotto (40-4, 33 KOs).
Canelo Álvarez: “I am not afraid of any fighter, but right now I am focused on Cotto. Once this fight is over we can move on to the next big fight…I want to fight the big fights and am not afraid to take risks. I believe my fighting style and opponents over the years have shown that. I am here to prove I am the best and the best way to do that is fighting the best.” (more…)
Tonight is the fall season finale for Boxeo Telemundo Ford and All Star Boxing. The main event will feature Juan “Paisita” Lopez (13-3, 7 KOs) of Mexico against countryman Ganigan “La Marravilla” Lopez (25-6, 16 KOs) of Mexico City. Lopez is currently ranked #6 by the WBC and challenged for the world title his last fight. The site of the fight will be the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City, Mexico. The WBC interim Latin flyweight title is on the line.
“Paisita” Lopez took this fight on just a few days notice. Not only will he give up natural size, but also a lot of experience. However, the 19-year-old is not fazed at all by the moment or obstacles. In fact, he’s entering the fight full of confidence and very much believes that he can pull off the upset. (more…)
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By Boxing Bob Newman
Fightnews has learned that female super featherweight boxer Elizabeth Sherman passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday. As an all action fighter, The Philadelphia native Sherman epitomized the tough-as-nails Philly fighter reputation, always involved in the fight of the night. Promoter Andre Kutt said of Sherman, “Liz was a great person and she will be sorely missed.” Sherman last fought in 2013 losing a tough four rounder to Nydia Feliciano, bringing her ledger to 4-3, 2 KOs. She also took on undefeated Kara Ro and Ronica Jeffrey along the way. Sherman had been most recently working as a personal trainer in Charleston, SC at the Title Boxing Club. Fightnews sends its condolences to the Sherman family.
Photos: All Star Boxing
Ganigan Lopez 110 vs. Juan Lopez 109
(10 Rounds WBC Latin flyweight title)
Martin Casillas 121 vs. Jesus Galicia 120
Daniel Garcia 112 vs. Guillermo Said Flores 112
Israel Cruz 120 vs. Juan Carrera 117
Jesus Mateo 127 vs. Osvaldo Hernandez 126
Armando Obando Jasso 118 vs. Andres Eric Cruz 118
Mauricio Cruz 103 vs. Sergio Mejia 104
Venue: Auditorio Blackberry Mexico City, Mexico
Promoter: Felix “Tuto” Zabala, Jr., All Star Boxing, Inc in association with Producciones Deportivas
TV: Telemundo Network Live 11:35 PM in the US & Claro Sports to Latin America
Doors open 6:30 PM First Fight 7:00 PM
Puerto Rican super bantamweight Luis “Orlandito” Del Valle (19-2, 14 KOs) will return to the ring in an eight round contest November 14 at the Auditorio Municipal de Comerio in Comerio, Puerto Rico. The card is presented by Miguel Cotto Promotions and Roc Nation Sports. Currently in an intense training camp alongside undefeated contender Jayson Velez, Del Valle’s opponent will be named shortly.
The third and final day of the 28th annual WBO Convention kicked off Thursday morning at the Hilton Hotel in Orlando Florida with a brief but informative summary of the duties and responsibilities of WBO supervisors. The discussion, given by WBO first Vice President John Duggan, spent time discussing compliance with the Muhammad Ali Act, as well as discuss issues with collecting sanctioning fees overseas and how to report cash payments to customs in the event that payment was made in cash. He also discussed the discretionary duties inherent in the position, before reminding those supervisors in attendance one area where there was no discretion allowed.
“Weight makes the champion,” Duggan said. “There is no discretion as to weight.” Duggan reminded supervisors that a WBO title fight could not proceed if the fighters were overweight, even with agreement of the participants and promoters. (more…)
On Saturday night, December 5th, Thomas “Cornflake” LaManna will be featured in the main event of a card that will take place at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City. LaManna (18-1, 7 KO’s) of nearby Millville, New Jersey will take part in an eight round welterweight bout against an opponent to be named. After suffering his only loss, a nationally televised KO loss to Antoine Douglas, LaManna had the realization that he should move down from middleweight and he will now campaign as a welterweight. LaManna, who has taken more control of his career with the formation of his own promotional company, has been very active as this will be his 3rd fight in 4 months.
Also seeing action will be welterweight Anthony “Juice” Young (11-1, 5 KOs) and heavyweight John Lennox (13-3, 5 KOs), opponents TBA.
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By Kurt Wolfheimer at the scales
Garrett Wilson 210.5 vs. Pedro Martinez 251.4
Angel Ocasio 140.4 vs. Bryne Green 140.7
Marcos Leonardo Jimenez 137 vs. Rafael Reyes 135
Thomas “TJ” Velasquez 128 vs. Jose Carmona 126.5
Hakim Bryant 159.6 vs. Yoeglys Duverger 159.4
Seifullah Jihad Wise 135.6 vs. Wilfredo Ceballos 136
Venue: PA Sheet Metal Workers Union Hall
Promoter: Hard Hitting Promotions
Matchmakers: Manny Rivera and Will Ruiz
The new main event on Saturday night’s “Solo Boxeo Tecate” will feature Puerto Rican lightweight Daniel Rosario Cruz (11-1, 10 KOs) vs. Carlos Galvan (11-3-1, 10 KOs), of Colombia, in an eight round bout.
The rest of the card shapes up as follows:
Christopher Diaz vs. Karl Garcia (featherweight)
Clarence Booth vs. Luis Joel Gonzalez (welterweight)
Anthony Mercado vs. Javier Garcia (super lightweight)
Jean Rivera vs. Jiovany Fuentes (super bantamweight)
Jean Carlos Torres vs. Curtis Vert (lightweight)
Nicklaus Flaz vs. Bruce Lutchmedial (super welterweight)
Puerto Rican Olympian turned WBO Latino lightweight champion Felix Verdejo, who was originally slated to headline before being derailed by a nagging hand injury, will be on hand to meet and greet fans, sign autographs and pose for photos. The fights take place at the Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida.
Photos: Andre Courtemanche/Warriors Boxing
Tony Thompson 263 vs Malik Scott 235
Haskell Rhodes 138.8 vs Sergey Lipinets 139.8
Javontae Starks 148 vs Samuel Figueroa 149.2
Miguel Cruz 150 vs Anthony Abbruzzese 155.6
James McGirt Jr 162.2 vs Demetrius Walker 164
Gary Antonio Russell 121 vs Eduardo Melendez 121.2
Gervonta Davis 134.6 vs Cristobal Cruz 133.2
Mercio K Figueroa 186.6 vs Kevin Miller 180.2
Venue: The Venue at UCF, Orlando, Florida
Promoter: Warriors Boxing
TV: Bounce TV
Roc Nation Sports has announced that two-time world champion and top-rated pound-for-pound fighter Andre Ward (28-0, 15 KOs) will return to the ring on November 21 in the co-feature to the Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez middleweight world championship showdown that will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View. Ward has signed an exclusive multi-fight agreement with HBO that will commence with Ward’s Nov. 21 fight at The Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Having cleaned out the super middleweight division, Ward, 31, will be making his debut in the 175-pound light heavyweight division against an opponent to be announced (believed to be Colombian Alexander Brand).
Former world champion and Brooklyn-native Yuri Foreman (32-2, 9 KOs) will return to the ring for the first time since 2013 as part of a stacked undercard featuring a diverse group of fighters from across the boroughs and regions of New York on December 5 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The slew of fighters featured on the card include undefeated rising star from Staten Island and 2012 U.S. Olympian “Sir” Marcus Browne (16-0, 12 KOs), undefeated Brooklyn-native Heather “The Heat” Hardy (14-0, 3 KOs) and Queens’ firefighter Will “Power” Rosinsky (19-2, 10 KOs) who takes on Long Island’s Joe Smith Jr. (19-1, 16 KOs) in a 10-round light heavyweight contest.
In the main event, WBA “regular” middleweight world champion Daniel “The Miracle Man” Jacobs (30-1, 27 KOs) and former world champion Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin (32-0-1, 23 KOs) collide for Brooklyn bragging rights. In the co-feature, WBA “regular” featherweight world champion Jesus Cuellar (27-1, 21 KOs) will face Jonathan “Polvo” Oquendo (26-4, 16 KOs). Also, Long Island’s Chris Algieri (20-2, 8 KOs) will square off against Erick Bone (16-2, 8 KOs).
Unbeaten IBF jr middleweight world champion Jermall Charlo (22-0, 17 KOs) will defend his title against “Silky” Wilky Campfort (21-1, 12 KOs) on November 28 at The Bomb Factory in Dallas, Texas. Also featured is Dallas-native and 2012 Olympian Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr. (18-0, 15 KOs), who takes on Alejandro “El Elegido” Barrera (28-2, 18 KOs) in a twelve-round contest. NBC will televise.
“I haven’t stepped out of the gym since I won the title,” said Charlo. “You get the title, you defend it. That’s the motto. I know Campfort is hungry and at the top of his game, but I’ve been training just as hard, if not harder, to defend my title. It took everything I have to get here and it’s going to take everything I have to remain here.” (more…)
Five-time world champion and former undisputed world welterweight champion Zab “Super” Judah (42-9, 29 KOs) meets faded former champion Juan Carlos Salgado (26-5-1, 16 KOs) in the ten-round main event on November 13, the D in downtown Las Vegas. It’s the 37-year-old Judah’s first fight since a December 2013 loss to Paulie Malignaggi.
Also scheduled for appearances in separate televised supporting bouts will be former two-time world bantamweight champion Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko (30-5, 23 KOs), undefeated Las Vegas super lightweight Jesus “Chuy” Gutierrez (14-0-1, 4 KOs) and two-time female world champion Ava “Lady of Boxing” Knight (13-2-3, 5 KOs). The card will be televised live on CBS Sports Network.
Making the first defense of his IBF bantamweight world title, Randy “El Matador” Caballero (22-0, 13 KOs) will headline the preliminary undercard preceding the pay-per-view telecast of the Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez event on November 21 as he faces off against England’s Lee “Playboy” Haskins (32-3, 14 KOs) at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The 12-round world championship bout will be available to view by live stream online. Additional undercard fights will be announced separately.
Randy Caballero: “I know Lee is a tough guy, there’s a reason why he’s my mandatory, but his style will make me shine on fight night. This training camp has been wonderful, my body feels different, and we’ve been training very hard to make sure I remain the champion. I feel there’s more to accomplish, and this is my big opportunity to shine and stand out.”
Lee Haskins: “All my life I’ve dreamed about boxing in Las Vegas and now my dreams have come true. I have great respect for Randy Caballero, and I’ll be in the best shape of my life with all intentions of bringing the IBF world bantamweight belt home. You best believe I am as fit as a butcher`s dog. I’m counting the days for when I arrive in U.S.A. Let’s get it on!”
By Karl Freitag
Photos: Hrunov Promotions
Four division world champion Roy Jones Jr. says his December 12 fight in Russia against Enzo Maccarinelli will be it. “The fight on December 12th will be the last in my career,” said the 46-year-old Jones at a press conference in Moscow. “Today I woke up the first time as a Russian/American. I have a great opponent, I’m waiting for December 12 and I appreciate the support of the fans.”
Interestingly, it was announced that initially Jones planned to face Antonio Tarver for the fourth time in his career, but after Tarver’s recent positive doping sample, Tarver was replaced by Maccarinelli.
As for whether a “super” version of the WBA cruiserweight world championship will be on the line for the fight, as announced again Friday, it’s not sanctioned at the moment. Jones has won a world title in every division from middleweight through heavyweight, except cruiserweight, and promoter Vlad Hrunov is working hard to get Jones another shot at that missing belt.
By Matt Thompson
Murphys Boxing, coming off a NBC Sports Network co-promotion with DiBella Entertainment earlier this month, will return this Friday with “Monster Brawl II” at the Memorial Hall in Melrose, Mass.
In the eight-round main event, heavyweight Alexis Santos (14-1, 10 KOs) from Lawrence, MA, continues his comeback against durable journeyman Aaron Kinch (5-4-2, 1 KOs) of Newark, NJ. In his first loss a year and a half ago, Santos tore his ACL, requiring surgery and six months of physical therapy. Santos returned to the ring barely a month ago and now looks to continue his winning streak. (more…)
WBO welterweight champion Tim Bradley says he’ll be focused for all 36 minutes when he defends against Brandon Rios on November 7 in Las Vegas in a clash televised by HBO.
Boxeo Telemundo Ford and All Star Boxing will close its fall season on Friday when WBC #6 Ganigan “La Marravilla” Lopez (25-6, 16 KOs) of Mexico City faces countryman Juan “Paisita” Lopez (13-3, 7 KOs) at the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City, Mexico. Lopez is coming off a very competitive decision loss in his first attempt at a world title against WBC light flyweight champion Pedro Guevara in July. The WBC interim Latin flyweight title is on the line.
You fought well last time out in your world title fight. What did you learn from the experience?
I felt I should have done more. I really want to get a rematch or fight whoever is champion at that time soon. (more…)
When the UFC makes its debut in Melbourne, Australia next month, it will be a pair of the organization’s top finishers that close out the card and bring droves of diehard fans to Etihad Stadium . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos: Dave Cameron
Australian professional rugby star Paul Gallen (3-0, 2 KOs) is set for his fourth pro bout on the November 3 edition of the “Super 8” at the Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland, New Zealand. Gallen will face debuting rugby player Bodene Thompson and is hoping to lure Sonny Bill Williams into the ring.
The “Super 8” portion of the card will consist of two four-man tournaments. “The Butcher” Robbie Berridge (26-3-1, 21 KOs) is the leading name in the light heavyweight line up, while former Queensland cruiserweight champion Jamie Porter (7-3, 2 KOs) features in the cruiserweight quartet.
The card also includes a NZ heavyweight title clash between Hemi Ahio (8-0, 6 KOs) and Alapati A’asa (6-0, 4 KOs), plus a NZ cruiserweight title showdown between James Langton (9-2, 5 KOs) and former rugby star Monty Betham Jr.
Enzo Maccarinelli handed title shot vs. Roy Jones Jr. in Russia
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Weights from Thursday’s boxing show promoted by Salita Promotions at the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn.
Alicia Ashley 121.8 vs. Christina McMahon 120.2
(WBC Female Super Bantamweight Title)
Nikolay Potapov 119.4 vs. Pedro Melo 118.4
Mikkel LesPierre 147 vs. Evincii Dixon 144.8
Bakmtiyar Eyubov 149.6 vs. Antonio Fernandes 148.8
Emilio Salas 199.6 vs. Eric George 199.6
Giorgi Gelashvili 140.8 vs. Rashad Bogar 141.4
1st Bell” 6:30 PM
Roc Nation Sports’ Founder JAY Z poses with Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach during a visit to see WBC middleweight world champion Miguel Cotto (40-4, 33 KOs) at training camp at The Wild Card Boxing Club ahead of his November 21 mega-fight against former WBC and WBA super welterweight champion Canelo Alvarez (45-1-1, 32 KOs) which will take place at The Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View.
Day two of the 28th annual WBO Convention kicked off this morning with the executive committee meeting at 9:00 AM to discuss the status of WBO junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux. The WBO issued an order to “show cause” letter to Rigondeaux back on October 7th, demanding Rigondeaux show cause as to why he should not be stripped of his championship for failing to defend his title. After the members of the grievance committee left the session to avoid a conflict (they would be the members who would review Rigondeaux’s grievance if he were to be stripped of the title and challenge the decision). Rigondeaux filed a response through an individual named Jared Lopez and his promoter, Caribe Promotions, citing two arguments as to why he should not be stripped of the belt. Citing WBO rules, section 1 (b) (20) and (5) of the WBO rules, Rigondeaux’s team argued that he “sought to remain active in compliance with WBO Rules but there is a lack of appropriate opponents available and wiling to fight.” Rigondeaux also argued that “it would be an excuse of discretion to vacate because Mr. Rigondeaux has never failed to defend against the mandatory challenger.” Rigondeaux also communicated his “inability” to land a unification fight with the WBC and IBF champions as well as being unsuccessful in getting the WBA to order a mandatory defense against Scott Quigg.
However, the WBO championship committee expressed reservations about Rigondeaux’s response. With only three defenses in 31 months and none in the last ten months, the WBO championship committee chairman Luis Batista Salas said that the WBO has given Rigondeaux ample opportunity to make a title defense.
“This is a private problem between the promoter,” Salas said. “We cannot put a world championship in the freezer.” (more…)
Photos: Chris Farina / Top Rank
WBO welterweight champion Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. and his new trainer Teddy Atlas hosted their first-ever media workout today at the Tim Bradley Boxing Gym in Indio, California. Bradley (32-1-1, 12 KOs) is 10 days away from his HBO-televised title defense against former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios (33-2-1, 23 KOs) in Las Vegas. Coincidentally, both Bradley and Rios have fought in Fights of the Year in 2013 and 2012, respectively. Here is what Bradley and Atlas had to say:
Tim Bradley: “Rios can bring on the pressure all night long and we will deal with it. We are prepared for intense pressure. The only chance Rios has is a lucky punch and that’s not going to happen. Teddy Atlas brought in two sparring partners who have put pressure on me every single second for the last three weeks. Rios is living on a prayer and he knows it. (more…)
Undefeated super welterweights Frank “Notorious” Galarza (17-0-2, 11 KOs) and Jarrett “Swift” Hurd (16-0, 10 KOs) will meet in an important 10-round clash that serves as the co-featured event for the November 14 Showtime telecast from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Frank Galarza: I’ve been here before but I know that I still have something to prove. I’m grateful for this opportunity and I’m ready to show the world I’m one of the best 154-pound fighters in all of boxing.
Jarrett Hurd: It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hands. I’m excited about this fight and ready to show the world my ability come Nov. 14.
In the main event, WBC featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr. (26-1, 15 KOs) makes the first defense of his world title against Oscar Escandon (24-2, 16 KOs).
Light heavyweights Thomas “Top Dog” Williams (18-1, 12 KOs) and Humberto Savigne (12-2, 9 KOs) will meet in a 10-round clash to open up the November 13 Spike TV show from the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The main event pits light heavyweight Edwin “La Bomba” Rodriguez (27-1, 18 KOs) against undefeated Michael Seals (19-0, 14 KOs) in a 10-round affair.
Former world champion and Long Island-native Chris Algieri (20-2, 8 KOs) returns to Barclays Center in Brooklyn to take on Ecuador’s Erick Bone (16-2, 8 KOs) in a 10-round welterweight bout on the December 5 Jacobs-Quillin undercard. “I am very excited to return to Barclays Center, where I have had some of my best showings,” said Algieri. “On December 5, I am looking forward to having my best performance yet.”
Bone stated, “This is a huge fight for me. I know Algieri well and I know that he is going to bring it. I am fighting a great fighter and after my performance on December 5, the world will know my name.”
The WBA has announced that it has not sanctioned the December 12 fight between Roy Jones Jr. and Enzo Maccarinelli. The fight was announced by both top Russian promoter Vlad Hrunov and Hall of Fame British promoter Frank Warren as being for the vacant “super” version of the WBA cruiserweight title, however WBA Vice President Gilberto Jesús Mendoza said categorically that at no time has the possibility of bringing that title into play been raised for the above-mentioned bout. Stay tuned.
By David Finger
After receiving a resolution from WBO championship committee chair Luis Batista Salas, the WBO executive committee unanimously voted to adopt the resolution to strip WBO junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux of his world championship. The championship committee reviewed the resolution and voted unanimously to present it to the executive committee, who in turn voted unanimously to adopt the resolution. Rigondeaux was stripped of the title due to “extraordinary inactivity.”
Rigondeaux had not defended the title since December of 2014. The WBO executive committee noted that they tried to accommodate Rigondeaux by allowing him the option to defend the title against any fighter ranked in the top 15. Rigondeaux also had the option of presenting a name of a fighter not ranked in the top 15 to the WBO for consideration, but Rigondeaux failed to present any name to the WBO.
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