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By Kurt Wolfheimer and Rick Scharmberg at ringside
Photo: Christopher Toney
USBA cruiserweight titleholder Garrett Wilson (11-5-1, 5 KOs) scored a spectacular come from behind KO over Chuck Mussachio (17-2-2, 5 KOs) on Saturday night at Ballys in Atlantic City. Entering the last round, Mussachio was up by scores of 107-102 and 105-104 on two cards, while Wilson was ahead 105-104 on the third card. Wilson, however, took it out of the hands of the judges with a huge overhand right that laid out Mussachio at the :54 mark.
Welterweight Ronald Cruz (15-0, 12 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Anges Adjaho (25-7, 14 KOs). The big-punching Cruz dropped Adjaho twice in the fifth and the bout was waved off during his follow up barrage. Time was 2:54.
By Robert Hughes at ringside
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
In his first bout since losing to Manny Pacquiao 20 months ago, former world champion Joshua Clottey (36-4, 21 KOs) got back into the win column with a second round TKO over Calvin Green (21-6-1, 13 KOs). A beautiful left hook to the jaw dropped Green and left him unable to continue. Time was 1:56.
Unbeaten lightweight Mickey Bey Jr (18-0-1, 9 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over veteran Hector Velazquez (51-17-3, 35 KOs). Velazquez dropped Bey hard in round two and Bey barely survived the round but was able to recover. Scores were 76-75, 78-73, 77-74. (more…)
Photo by Mary Ann Owen
From the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas for tomorrow’s Sampson Boxing card:
For the IBF Female Super Bantam title:
Ada Velez 122 vs. Melinda Cooper 121
For the IBF Female Featherweight title:
Stacey Reile 125 vs. Dahiana Santana 124.5
Magomed Abdusalamov 229 vs. Rich Power 223
Tatina Anderson 136 vs. Victoria Cisneros 132.5
Alexander Brand 167 vs. Terrance Woods 167.5
Azael Cosio 147 vs. Michael Torres 146 (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photos: Peter McDermont
IBF featherweight champion Billy “The Kid” Dib (33-1, 20 KOs) was at his best when he made the first defense of the title and stopped IBF # 8 Alberto Servidei (31-1-2, 7 KOs) in round one at the Homebush Sports Center, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Saturday. Dib scored with effective left hand leads and power right shots that had Italy’s former European champion on the defensive but the champion found the openings and it was obvious early in the fight–the visitor was in trouble. The IBF champion maintained the attack and moved the challenger into the neutral corner where he delivered an eleven punch barrage with final punch–a left rip under the rib cage dropping Servidei. Referee Pete Podgorski of the USA counting out the challenger at 2:38. Dib said, “I wanted to make a statement tonight against Servidei. I want the featherweights to know I am the best in the division. I have all the respect in the world for WBA champion Chris John who has been a long time champion but I am the IBF champion so let’s see who is the best champion.” Dib captured the IBF title in July with a clear twelve round decision over Mexico’s. For more details and photos click here…
Full details from Ron Jackson to come
In a WBF heavyweight title clash, Michael Grant (48-4, 36 KOs) scored a desperation twelfth round come-from-behind knockout of hometown favorite Frans Botha (48-6-3, 28 KOs) on Saturday night at Montecasino near Johannesburg, South Africa.
Ali Funeka W12 (split) Zolani Morali (WBF jr welterweight title)
Malcolm Klassen W12 Daniel Lomeli (WBF jr lightweight title)
Lubabalo Msothu W12 (split) Dennis Tubieron (WBF bantamweight title)
Ilunga Makabu TKO11 Pedro Ortas (WBF cruiserweight title)
WBCBoxing.tv will present a boxing doubleheader, free of charge, tonight beginning at 10PM ET/7PM PT from Sindicato de Trabajadores del Metro in Mexico City as Gamaliel “Platano” Diaz, 33-9-2 with 16 knockouts, of Nezahualcóyotl, México, will make his seventh defense of the WBC Caribbean Boxing Federation (CABOFE) super featherweight title against Adriel Juzaino, 18-9-2 with 8 knockouts, of Huatabampo, Sonora, scheduled for 12 rounds. Then at 11:30PM ET/8:30PM PT, former WBC bantamweight world champion Fernando “Cochulito” Montiel, 46-3-2 with 36 knockouts, of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, will fight Victor Terrazas, 31-2-1 with 18 knockouts, of Guadalajara, Jalisco, for the vacant WBC Silver bantamweight championship. This scheduled 12-round bout will headline the card at Estadio de Centenario in Los Mochis. (more…)
Report and photos by Felipe Leon
Last Thursday night, Quiñones Promotions took the reins of professional boxing in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico, once again when they returned with a six bout fight card to Las Pulgas night club located on the legendary Avenida Revolucion in the heart of the city. The night was full of local rising talent looking to leave their stamp on the collected consciousness of the nearly 1000+ fight fans that made the trek from San Diego, California, San Diego or from all points in Tijuana. In the main event, exciting local southpaw Edivaldo “Indio” Ortega (12-0-1, 6KOs) remained undefeated as he stopped the over matched hard hitting Loreto “Pichy” Medina (5-3, 5KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico. For more details and photos click here…
Peter Manfredo Jr weighs in at 159 lbs and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr weighs in at 159 3/4 lbs – they will both meet Saturday, Nov 19th in the ring for Chavez Jr’s first title defense. Watch the undercards on www.toprank.tv
By Kurt Wolfheimer
Photo: Jeff Julian
Local cruiserweight Dino Iaccarino (5-2, 1KO) of Reading PA, shook off almost ten years of ring rust on Friday night with a crowd pleasing, hard fought four round unanimous decision victory over a game, but out skilled Daniel “The Demon” Shull (2-14-1, 1KO) of Winchester, Virginia by scores of 40-36 across the board. The victory capped a perfect night which paid tribute to a fallen Berks County PA Deputy Sheriff Kyle Pagerly who was killed in the line of duty, serving a fugitive warrant. The Pro Am card promoted by Marshall Kauffman’s King Promotions, donated a portion of the proceeds to benefit the family of Kyle Pagerly. In the co-feature of the evening middleweight John Thompson moved to 3-0, 1KO with a one side four round unanimous decision of Anthony Abrams (1-8). The card was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in own Wyomissing PA and also had two exhibitions (one featuring a bout between a local sheriff and a police officer), along with an entertaining amateur portion to give the fans a full night of action. (more…)
Shogun and Henderson Battle Live Toight: Former champions Shogun Rua and Dan Henderson go head-to-head, plus Wanderlei Silva faces Cung Le and Urijah Faber battles Brian Bowles! UFC 139 – TONIGHT – 9pm ET / 6pm PT Live on Pay-Per-View and UFC.TV
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By Brett Bonetti
Australian heavyweight Mark “The Dominator” de Mori (16-1-2, 14 KOs) is finally stepping back in the ring this Sunday at the Cockburn Basketball Centre in Perth Australia when he faces American Dominique “Diamond” Alexander (20-12-1, 9 KOs). Alexander has arrived in Perth to take on de Mori, whose last fight was over two years ago and has since gone through a series of frustrating injuries and negotiation breakdowns.
The Dominator is currently signed with Don King and will be hoping to use this fight as good preparation for his return to the big fights in the US.
“It’s a huge thing to bring an American Heavyweight to Perth. I will make sure I’ll send him home with his tail between his legs,” de Mori said. “I want Perth people to come out and support me and make Alexander feel like he’s walking into the Lion’s Den.” (more…)
IBF featherweight world champion Billy Dib (33-1, 20 KOs) demolished previously unbeaten Alberto Servidei (31-1-2, 7 KOs) in the first round on Saturday night at the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre in Sydney, Australia. It was all one way traffic for Dib, who bum rushed the previously unbeaten Italian and finished him with a body shot at 2:38. Complete report from Ray Wheatley to come.
Jr middleweight Charles “Killa” Whittaker (38-12-2, 23 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Giorbis Barthelemy (25-9-2, 10 KOs) in an IBF junior middleweight elimination bout to determine the #2 contender on Friday night at the Miami Airport Convention Center (MACC) in Miami, Florida.
In other action, cruiserweight destroyer Yunier Dorticos (13-0, 13 KOs) scored a third round KO over Livin Castillo (16-10, 10 KOs) and heavyweight Terrance Marbra (6-1, 5 KOs) stopped popular Erik “The Viking” Leander (11-2, 8 KOs) in round four.
There are many touchstones Alex Soto can look to when it comes to keeping the first time UFC jitters at bay before his Octagon debut this Saturday against Michael McDonald. He can refer back to his time in Afghanistan as a member of the United States Army, an interesting trip to his native Tijuana for one of his first amateur fights, or his current job as a dolphin trainer for the Navy. But instead, he will find inspiration in the person he calls “the best fighter I ever met.” . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC.com
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Photos: All Star Boxing
The third meeting between Mexican jr. welterweights Cosme “Chino” Rivera (33-14-3, 23 KOs) and Antonio Pitalua (52-6-1, 43 KOs) ended in a twelve round unanimous decision for Rivera on Friday night at the Salon Jose Cuervo in Mexico City, Mexico. With the WBC Latin jr. welterweight title on the line, Rivera outboxed the hard hitting Pitalua to win by scores 119-109, 117-111, 119-109. In their first encounter on March 6, 1999, Pitalua won a hard fought decision, the second time around Cosme fought his way to what it looked like a decision win, but the judges scorecards had a controversial draw. With the trilogy tied at 1-1-1 will we see Rivera-Pitalua 4? (more…)
By Brian Grammer at ringside
Photo: Bob Barton
“Dangerous” Dannie Williams (20-1, 16 KOs) continued his knockout ways with another “highlight reel” style stoppage, dropping journeyman lightweight John Willoughby (3-11, 2 KOs) for the count at 1:59 of the 2nd round on Friday night. Williams, who had an ESPN “Plays of the Week” knockout at the same location, the St. Charles, MO Ameristar Casino Spa Resort, in August, was never in danger and when the opportunity arose, fired a right hand, left hook, right hand combination. Willoughby immediately dropped to the canvas, prompting referee Mike England to rush to his aid while calling the doctor into the ring.
His opponent’s prior record aside, Williams feels that every time he steps through the ropes, “They are gunning for me because they have nothing to lose.” The current WBC Continental Americas lightweight titlist’s next contest comes rather quickly, January 6, 2012, against an opponent to be determined.
By Rey Colón -The Sport Press
Antonio Margarito will be examined on Saturday in New York City by an ophthalmologist appointed by the New York State Athletic Commission, whose final report will be revealed on Monday when the NYSAC finally decides whether or not to grant a boxing license for Margarito to challenge WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto on December 3 at Madison Square Garden.
At a hearing on Friday, the Commission decided that ‘The Tijuana Tornado,’ who was training in Mexico, had to come to the office of another eye expert to corroborate the previous six positive results from the best specialists in the country who allegedly gave the nod to the Mexican to pursue his career. (more…)
Antwain Britt was supposed to be the heavier puncher. Lumumba Sayers had never knocked anyone out in his short pro career. Until Friday, when a couple of thunderous right hands sent Britt (11-6) slumping against the cage. The referee intervened just 28 seconds into the bout and Sayers (5-2), fighting out of Denver, had notched the fifth win of his career (all first round finishes). . . . Click here for more by Frank Curreri, Strikeforce.com
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By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photos: Peter McDermont
IBF featherweight champion Billy Dib weighed 126 pounds and challenger Alberto Servidei also weighed 126 pounds on Friday for Saturday’s world title contest at the Homebush Sports Center, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Dib won the vacant title by defeating Jorg Laceirva in July with a clear points decision. Servidei is coming off a points win over Richard Szebeledi in August. Promoter is Michael Karagiannis. Click here for more photos…
Undefeated super welterweight prospect Eddie “Eboy” Gomez (7-0, 6 KOs) from the Bronx, scored his fourth straight victory by knockout with a fifth round stoppage Cuban Antonio Infante (6-2, 4 KOs) in a scheduled eight round clash at the Complejo Deportivo Nilmarie Santini in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The 19-year-old Gomez landed an uppercut that did the main damage at 2:17.
In a surprising upset, journeyman Roberto Acevedo (11-12-3, 1 KO) scored a six round majority decision over previously unbeaten KO artist O’Neil Negron (8-1-1, 8 KOs). Scores were 57-57, 59-55, 58-56.
In a short, but exciting war between debuting cruiserweights, “Machine Gun” Keith Tapia scored a first round TKO over Kulian Santiago.
Chris Algeiri 142 vs. Bayan Jargal 139
Cletus Seldin 146 vs. Rashad Bogar 145.25
Rich Neves 146.25 vs. Hector Rivera 144
Jaques Louis 261 vs. Aaron Kinch 269
Raul Nuncio 154.25 vs. Elmer Vera 154.25
Mike Ocasio 170 vs. Steven Tyner 171
Venue: Paramount Theater in Huntington, Long Island
Promoter: Star Boxing
TV: Azteca America
By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Boxing Beat
21-year-old ex-amateur champ Ryosuke Iwasa (10-1, 7 KOs), 118, acquired the Japanese bantamweight belt as he maintained the pressure, floored Japan-based Filipino Jerope Mercado Zuiyama (24-2-3, 8 KOs), 117.75, in the fifth session and earned a unanimous decision (98-92 twice and 97-92) over ten fast rounds on Friday in Tokyo, Japan. It was a grudge fight for Iwasa, in a sense, since the talented southpaw (with an amateur mark of 60-6, 44 stoppages) had a crack at the national throne against Shinsuke Yamanaka only to suffer a come-from-behind stoppage in the tenth and final round last March. Yamanaka then renounced the Japanese title and acquired the vacant WBC bantam belt by stopping Christian Esquivel some two weeks ago. The once-beaten Iwasa thus fought in a quest for the same national diadem again. For more details and photos click here…
Now fighting as a welterweight, former world champion Joan Guzman (31-0-1, 18 KOs) showed his power with a first round knockout against Florencio Castellano (17-5, 13 KOs) to claim the vacant IBF Caribbean title on Friday night at the Hotel Jaragua in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Guzman laid Castellano out for the count with a right uppercut.
Former super featherweight title challenger Argenis Mendez (19-2, 10 KOs) scored a second round TKO over Jose Palma (14-5-2, 9 KOs). Palma was down once in the second and the bout was stopped shortly after.
Unbeaten female lightweight star Amanda Serrano (13-0-1, 8 KOs) battered Grecia Nova (8-15-4, 2 KOs) for four rounds and Nova didn’t come out for the fifth. Serrano dropped Nova in round two.
Lightweight Julio de Jesus (13-0, 12 KOs) stopped Ramon Duran (21-4-1, 13 KOs) in round two.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Three-times world champion Fernando “Cochulito” Montiel and Victor “Vikingo” Terrazas both made 122 pounds for their twelve round clash for the vacant WBC Silver super bantanweight title at the Estadio Centenario in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. This will Montiel’s third fight since moving to super bantamweight after losing his WBC/WBO bantamweight crowns to Nonito Donaire in February. The card is presented by Kochul Montiel Producciones.
By Gary “Digital” Williams
Here is the scale watch for the Keystone Boxing “In Yo’ Face at Showplace” card tomorrow night at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, MD.
Venroy July 199 vs. Jason Pauley 200.5
Abudorin Akinyanju 293.5 vs. Dennis Benson 243
Lenwood Dozier 150 vs. Norman Allen 150
Tony Jeter 164 vs. Ken Dunham 167.5
Omar Sims 159.5 vs. Barry Trotter 160.5
Kevin Womack, Jr. 142 vs. Benjamin Olinga 142.5
From the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif., for UFC 139, which is headlined by the five round light heavyweight bout between Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Dan Henderson and the middleweight bout between Wanderlei Silva and Cung Le, airing live on Pay-Per-View from the HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA at 9pm ET / 6pm PT. Fans can also tune in for two televised prelims at 8pm ET / 5pm PT, and those who “like” the UFC on Facebook can see the rest of the prelim bouts at 2:50 pm ET / 5:50 pm PT. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
Dan Henderson (203) VS Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (205)
Cung Le (185) VS Wanderlei Silva (185)
Brian Bowles (136) VS Urijah Faber (136)
Rick Story (170.5) VS Martin Kampmann (170.5)
Kyle Kingsbury (205) VS Stephan Bonnar (205)
Jason Brilz (204) VS Ryan Bader (205)
Alex Soto (135) VS Michael McDonald (136)
Chris Weidman (185.5) VS Tom Lawlor (185)
Rafael Dos Anjos (155.5) VS Gleison Tibau (155)
Nick Pace (141) VS Miguel Torres (136.5)
Seth Baczynski (171) VS Matt Brown (171)
Danny Castillo (155) VS Shamar Bailey (158)
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By Gabriel F. Cordero
Mexican Jose Rodriguez and Thailander Nethra Sasiprapa both made 108 pounds for their clash for the vacant WBA light flyweight world crown in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico.
American referee Rafael Ramos will be the third man in the ring and the three judges will be Danilo Longo (Peru), Luis Rivera (USA) and Raul Nieves (Puerto Rico.). The WBA supervisor is Rodolfo Fortich (Colombia).
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Photos: Christopher Tony
Garrett Wilson 190 vs. Chuck Mussachio 183.5
Ronald Cruz 148 vs. Anges Adjaho 146
Kevin Franklin 220 vs. Bryant Jennings 228
Manuel Guzman 150 vs. DeCarlo Perez 147
Dontre King 142 vs. Julio DeJesus 138.5
Naim Nelson 139 vs. Deroy Beaton 138
Charles Kirby 163 vs. Antowyan Aikens 166
Venue: Bally’s Atlantic City
Promoter: Peltz Boxing Promotions, Inc.
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Report/photos by Robert Hughes at the scale
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr 159.75 vs. Peter Manfredo Jr. 159.5
(WBC middleweight championship)
Joshua Clottey 156 vs. Calvin Green 156.25
Mickey Bey 134.25 vs. Hector Velasquez 134.5
Marcus Johnson 171.75 vs. William Bailey 178.75
Ricardo Avila 126.75 vs. Luis Zarazura 125
Ivan Otero 127 vs. Gino Escamilla 128.5
Cedric Sheppard 145.5 vs. Alex Saucedo 146.5
Lanardo Tyner 145.75 vs. Lucky Boy Omotoso 148
Larry Smith 152.75 vs. Jose Pinzon 154.5
Venue: Reliant Arena in Houston, Texas.
Promoter: Top Rank
By Karl Freitag
Former cruiserweight world title challenger Alexander Alexeev (22-2, 20 KOs) outclassed game Daniel Bruwer (22-3-1, 19 KOs) claiming the vacant WBC International cruiserweight title by eighth round KO on Friday night at the Kugelbake Halle in Cuxhaven, Germany. The WBO #6 rated Alexeev, a former Olympian and amateur world champion, dominated every minute of every round in a methodical beatdown until Bruwer finally took a knee in the eighth. Time was 1:36.
Heavyweight Manuel “Diamond Boy” Charr (20-0, 11 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over Marcelo Luiz Nascimento (15-2, 13 KOs) to claim the vacant WBC International Silver heavyweight title. Former Tyson Fury foe Nascimento got off to a good start, but Charr battered him in the eighth and Nascimento didn’t come out for the ninth
Middleweight Ante Bilic (26-2, 13 KOs) won an eight round majority decision over Geard Ajetovic (19-6-1, 9 KOs). Scores were 78-74, 77-77, 78-77.
In his first bout in the light heavyweight division, former WBO cruiserweight champion Enzo Maccarinelli (33-5, 26 KOs) needed just 91 seconds to annihilate previously unbeaten Gyorgy Marosi (12-1, 8 KOs) on Friday night at the famed York Hall in London. A left/right combination rocked Marosi and the bout was quickly stopped by referee Jeff Hinds, possibly a bit early.
Cruiserweight Tony Conquest (8-0, 2 KOs) stepped up in class to take a ten round decision over Toks Owoh (20-6, 11 KOs). The score was 100-91.
Highly touted super middleweight prospect Frank Buglioni (2-0, 2 KOs) blew away Paul Morby (6-10-1, 0 KOs) in the first round. Morby was down twice. Time was 2:47.
Unbeaten lightweight Billy Morgan (5-0, 0 KOs) handed the 16th straight loss to Marc Callaghan (19-26-1, 5 KOs). Score was 40-36.
Story by Anthony Springer Jr.
Fortunately—or unfortunately, depending on one’s perspective—mixed martial arts marquee bouts often fail to come with a dramatic story line of rivalries between fighters.
Even when we press folks try to manufacture tension, it usually receives an unenthusiastic smack down from the fighter(s) in question. (more…)
Jorge “Travieso” Arce has vacated his WBO buper bantamweight championship to fight for the WBO Bantamweight title and become the first Mexican boxer with titles in five different weight divisions (counting one interim title). Arce (58-6-2, 45 KOs), who owned belts at 108, 112, 115 and 122 pounds, will face Indonesian Angky Angkotta (25-5, 14 KOs) November 26 in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico for the WBO bantamweight belt. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos: Werner Kalin
IBF #5 middleweight Sam Soliman 159.2 lbs outscored IBF #13 Eromosele Albert 159.lbs on points over twelve rounds on Friday at the Melbourne Pavilion in Flemington, Victoria, Australia in a nationally televised IBF middleweight elimination bout on Friday. Soliman outworked Albert in most of the rounds in a action packed bout to be awarded the decision by scores of 118-110, 117-111, 116-112.
In an undercard bout for the vacant Australian light heavyweight title, Blake Caparello stopped Michael Van Nimwegan in seven rounds when referee Ignatius Missalidis crowned Caparello after Van Nimwegan was out on his feet.
WBO Oriental light welterweight champion Solomon Egberime 138.2 lbs and Czar Amonsot139.2 lbs. boxed to a twelve round draw. Scores were 114-113, 113-114 and 113-113 in an exciting bout.
Also IBO Asia Pacific cruiserweight titleholder Brad Pitt 196.3 lbs stopped Victor Oganov 199.5 lbs at 2:56 of round five when Oganov signaled to the referee he could not continue after visiting the canvas. Click here for more photos…
Former European and Commonwealth super-bantamweight champion Rendall Munroe is dropping down a weight division to bantamweight and set his immediate sights on European champion Jamie McDonnell. He will have his first fight in the 118lb division in early February. (more…)
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