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By Ricardo Ibarra at ringside
In what was expected to be a close heavyweight contest, unbeaten prospect Gerald Washington and seasoned fighter Amir Mansour battled to a ten round draw on Tuesday night’s PBC on FSN televised card at the Little Creek Casino in Shelton, Washington. Washington was taking on the biggest challenge of his young career and looking to claim an important win over cagey veteran Mansour, who was looking to add his third straight win since first loss (April 2014 to Steve Cunningham). (more…)
Bantamweight Alejandro “Cobrita” Gonzalez Jr. (25-2-2, 15 KOs) will face Karim Guerfi (22-3, 6 KOs) in a ten-rounder on a November 10 edition of PBC Toe-To-Toe Tuesdays on FS1/FOX Deportes from the Austin City Music Hall in Austin, Texas. The son of former WBC featherweight champion Alejandro “Cobrita” Gonzalez, Gonzalez Jr. introduced himself to the U.S. market with a competitive performance against undefeated IBF 122lb champion Carl Frampton in July in a fight that saw Gonzalez put Frampton on the canvas twice. The card is promoted by Leija*Battah Promotions.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
On October 31, boxing returns to the historic Arena Coliseo in Mexico City. In the main event, lightweights Dante “Crazy” Jardon (27-5, 22 KOs) and Reyes “Rey” Sanchez (25-6-2, 15 KOs) meet for the WBC international title. In the co-feature, lightweights Juan Jose “Piquet” Martinez (23-2, 17 KOs) and Jairo “Doberman” Lopez (18-4, 12 KOs) will square off. Also seeing action will be Mexican prospects Alejandro “Pajarito” Davila and Eduardo “Rocky” Hernandez. The event is presented by Promociones del Pueblo and will be broadcast in Mexico on Televisa.
WBA “interim” super middleweight beltholder Vincent Feigenbutz (20-1, 19 KOs) is promising a spectacular performance on Saturday night as the twenty-year-old power puncher prepares to defend against Italy’s Giovanni De Carolis (23-5, 11 KOs) at the dm-Arena in Karlshrue, Germany. The WBA has confirmed that the winner of the December 5 Chudinov-Sturm clash for the WBA “regular” super middleweight belt must defend against winner of Feigenbutz-De Carolis no later than April 30 or be stripped.
Welterweights Kevin Bizier (24-2, 16 KOs) and Fredrick Lawson (24-0, 20 KOs) will meet in a 12-round contest as Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBCSN comes to Miccosukee Resort and Gaming in Miami, Florida on November 7. The telecast opens with a super lightweight clash as Walter Castillo (26-3, 19 KOs) takes on Keita Obara (15-1, 14 KOs) in a 12-rounder. Miccosukee Resort and Gaming used to be a regular host for pro boxing. This will be the first card there since 2010.
By Ron Jackson
Two-time South African super featherweight champion Jasper Seroka (25-4, 11 KOs) from the Limpopo Province defends his title for the third time in his second reign as champion when he faces David Rajuili (6-2-1, 1 KO) of Kwa Zulu/Natal at the Mahikeng Civic Centre in the North-West Province on Saturday. The only losses on the record of the 34-year-old Seroka have come against Malcolm Klassen, Mzonke Fana and Sipho Taliwe on two occasions, who are all quality fighters. (more…)
This Saturday, Felix Promotions will present a card in Budapest, Hungary, headlined by a ten-round cruiserweight fight between unbeaten Hungarian champion Imre Szello (8-0, 4 KOs) against Argentinean Champion Alejandro Valori (17-8, 13 KOs). The co-main event will feature the debut of former amateur star Norbert Harcsa (who just competed in August at the European Amateur Championship in Bulgaria) against the always tough Czech former GBU champion Bronislav Kubin (17-16-2, 10 KOs). The event will be televised live in Hungary by the M4 Sport (the national sport channel).
Neither Gerald Washington (16-0-1, 11 KOs) or Amir Mansour (22-1-1, 16 KOs) was satisfied with the result of their ten round draw in an entertaining heavyweight clash on Tuesday night and both strongly criticized the judges’ scoring afterward.
Amir Mansour: “I knew what it was before I came over here, you know, Al Haymon territory. I knew if I didn’t blow him out, I wasn’t gonna get the decision…I’m actually surprised they gave me the draw…I gave the crowd something that they wanted to see. I gave the crowd excitement. That’s why they’re cheering me and they’re booing him. I’m a boxing fan’s boxer!”
Gerald Washington: “I think it’s a terrible decision. I definitely won the fight. No doubt about it. I won the first four rounds for sure. I rested up a little bit in the middle. The last three or four, he wasn’t even touching me. He was chasing me around. He wasn’t landing any shots at all.”
Boxeo Telemundo Ford and All Star Boxing’s fall series continues on in Mexico City this Friday. The theme for this week’s main event will be “Civil War.” In a highly anticipated rematch, locals David “Severo” Carmona (19-2-5, 8 KOs) and Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez (12-2, 4 KOs) will square off once again. The bout is scheduled for 10 rounds with the WBO Latino super flyweight title on the line.
Their first fight was a closely contested affair with the more experienced Carmona winning by decision. Rodriguez has shown a lot of improvement since they fought. He has won 3 consecutive fights. All of them as the visitor and all main events on Telemundo. The timing seems right for this rematch and Rodriguez is determined to reverse things this time around. (more…)
Josh Samman leans his head against the cold brick wall and starts crying. Eighteen months of bottled-up emotion come pouring out of the two hundred-pound smashing machine, his tears mix with the sweat and blood that are running down the shower drain. The rushing of hot water drowns out the hammering bass of UFC 181 taking place right next to him. Here, backstage at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Events Center, Samman truly realizes for the first time the extent of how much his “Knockout of the Year” had just changed, maybe even saved, his life . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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Photos: William Hart, K2 Promotions/Golden Boy Promotions
Footage by K2 Promotions/Golden Boy Promotions
WBA middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, (33-0, 30 KOs) and IBF middleweight champion David Lemieux (34-2, 31 KOs) hosted their fight week media workout today alongside WBC flyweight champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, (43-0, 37KOs) and his challenger Brian “The Hawaiian Punch” Viloria, (36-4, 22 KOs) at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in advance of their anticipated PPV matchups on Saturday at “The Mecca of Boxing” Madison Square Garden.
Below are what the fighters and their teams had to say at today’s media workout:
Gennady “GGG” Golovkin: “This is the biggest test for me. He’s the IBF champ. It’s big situation, unification, Pay-Per-View. Right now it’s a very interesting situation to be in in the middleweight division. I think we have three or four fighters and it’s very important who is number one.”
David Lemieux: “I am aware of his record but I am also aware of who I am and what I can bring to the table. My concern is the present and making sure I win on Oct. 17. I am going to be a lion in there. Nothing is going to be in my way. It is kind of like David and Goliath. Everyone is impressed on this big GGG, he is impressive and talented but there is also David who is making a lot of noise. I know what I am going up against and I am going in with a nice package to deliver to Golovkin.” (more…)
Joseph Parker ready for biggest test yet
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Ricky Burns keen to continue resurgence
Unbeaten heavyweight battle between Gerald “El Gallo Negro” Washingon (16-0-1, 11 KOs) barely kept his “0” with a ten round draw against Amir “Hardcore” Mansour (22-1-1, 16 KOs) on Tuesday night at the Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington. Washington won the early rounds but Mansour came on strong midway and seemed to pull it out. Scores were 97-93 Washington, 96-94 Mansour, 95-95.
2012 U.S. Olympian cruiserweight Michael Hunter (10-0, 7 KOs) scored a fourth round TKO over Jason Douglas (11-6, 4 KOs). Hunter dropped Douglas in round two. Douglas rocked Hunter in round three, but he rallied to knock down Douglas again. Douglas was on the deck twice more in round four. The bout was halted after the round. Hunter is the son of former heavyweight contender Mike “The Bounty” Hunter.
Power-punching light heavyweight Ahmed Elbiali (13-0, 11 KOs) was forced to go the full eight round distance against Mariano Hilario (12-4, 5 KOs). Scores were 78-73, 80-71, 80-71 for Elbiali. Hilario was deducted a point for holding in round six.
IBF featherweight champion Lee Selby plans to make a big splash on his American debut as he defends his title against Fernando Montiel at the Gila River Arena in Phoenix, live on Sky Sports in the UK and ESPN in the US. Selby makes his maiden defense of the title he won with a superb performance against Evgeny Gradovich at The O2 in London in May, and the “British Mayweather” wants to grab the attention of the American fight fans with a dominant display against former three-weight World champion Montiel.
“I’m just really excited and looking forward to putting on a great show like I always do,” said Selby, who tipped the scales at 125.8lbs at this afternoon’s weigh-in, Montiel lighter at 125.6lbs. “I am so excited to be fighting in the States – people know me in the UK and I want to become a star in America too. (more…)
Lee Selby 125.8 lbs. vs. Fernando Montiel 125.6 lbs.
(IBF featherweight title)
Devon Alexander 146.9 lbs. vs. Aarón Martínez 147.1 lbs.
Venue: Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona
Promotor: Ring Pros Promotions
By Karl Freitag
Great Tuesday night heavyweight matchup this evening on Fox Sports 1 as unbeaten Gerald Washington (16-0, 11 KOs) takes on veteran Amir Mansour (22-1, 16 KOs) at Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington. This is much more than a typical unbeaten prospect building his record against an aging gatekeeper type of matchup. In fact, oddsmakers are pegging the unbeaten Washington to lose against the 43-year-old Mansour. For example, The Greek Sportsbook has Mansour a solid favorite at -240 with Washington +190. Should be a very interesting affair.
A possible Mets-Cubs showdown has nothing on the upcoming Brooklyn brawl between Long Beach, New York’s undefeated #4 world-rated light heavyweight contender “Irish” Seanie Monaghan and Chicago’s Donovan “Da Bomb” George. Monaghan (25-0, 16 KOs) and George (25-4-2, 22 KOs) will be battling for the vacant North American Boxing Organization (NABO) light heavyweight title this Friday at Aviator Sports and Events Center in Brooklyn. The 10-rounder will be televised live as the main event of “The MetroPC Friday Night Knockout on truTV,” beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Top Rank today released quotes attributed to both fighters:
Donovan George: “I want to wipe out Top Rank’s stable. It starts Friday with “Irish Stew” Seanie Monaghan, the easiest fight of the three Top Rank fighters I’m declaring war on. Then I want to get my hands on Jesse “Out of Work” Hart. I want to shut his trap. Philadelphia hasn’t been a fight town in decades and Hart is softer than a tub of Philadelphia cream cheese. Finally, I want Top Rank’s Mexican darling Gilberto “Zero” Ramirez — a fighter who lives up to his ring name.”
Seanie Monaghan: “I know the Cubs have been suffering from the Curse of the Billy Goat but I didn’t know the goat could talk until I heard Donovan George’s comments today. Poor Donovan is in for a shock on Friday night. It’s fitting that his professional demise will be in Brooklyn because ‘Da Bomb’ will leave as ‘Da Bum’ after I knock him out. The only thing Donovan will be wiping out are the cobwebs I put in his head.” (more…)
WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and his trainer Abel Sanchez spoke to reporters in advance of Saturday’s PPV middleweight unification clash against IBF champion David Lemieux.
Video Credit: K2 Promotions, Golden Boy Promotions, GGG Promotions, Eye of the Tiger Promotions.
On Saturday, Granite Chin Promotions in association with Nick DiSalvo will present a boxing card to the spacious Marina Bay SportsPlex in Quincy, Massachusetts. Along with a venue change (from the Dorchester National Guard Armory), the card underwent a massive renovation including the addition of undefeated ROC Nation fighters Meng Fanlong, Zhimin Wang, Dustin Fleischer, and former Dominican Olympian Wellington Romero in separate four round bouts.
The main event will feature Quincy cruiserweight Chris Traietti (18-3, 14 KOs) going up against Missouri state champ Gary Tapusoa (7-4-1, 6 KOs) for the vacant WBC (USNBC) belt. Traietti will be looking to extend his knockout streak to nine since reuniting with his childhood trainer Jimmy Farrell. (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk
For Philadelphia lightweight Hank Lundy, who turned 31 in January, it’s now or never. “This year, I’m going to shock the world and get what I’ve been chasing after,” Lundy said. “No more playing around.” Lundy (25-5-1, 12 KOs) returns to the ring Saturday to face Nicaraguan vet Carlos Winston Velasquez (23-21-1, 13 KOs) for WBC regional belt in the 10-round co-main event of CES Boxing’s show at Mohegan Sun Arena.
Three months removed from his last bout, a controversial loss to Mauricio Herrera on HBO Deportes, Lundy had some biting comments about that fight. “As the fight went on, I was going to hurt Herrera and stop Herrera, and Golden Boy didn’t realize that,” Lundy said. “You could tell the fix was in. I think [Herrera] knows better than to give me [a rematch]. At the end of the day, he knows I’m a more explosive fighter than most of those guys he’s been fighting. He found out in the first couple of rounds I could punch. I guess he didn’t know I was that fast. He didn’t believe the hype about ‘Hammerin’ Hank and he found out the hard way.” (more…)
Former world champion Amir Khan says he breaking off talks with the Team of Manny Pacquiao. “I’m really disappointed in Manny and his team,” Khan told The National in the UAE. “They aren’t playing ball. All that was left to do is to sign the contract. But they are stalling. I have pulled out of the negotiations. I am no longer fighting Manny Pacquiao…I am not going to wait around for Manny like I did for Mayweather.”
So who is still on Khan’s radar? He named Danny Garcia, Lamont Peterson, Timothy Bradley and, yes, Kell Brook.
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photos: Dave Cameron
WBO #6, WBA #13, WBC #14 heavyweight Joseph Parker (15-0, 13 KOs) will collide with his toughest ring assignment to date when he meets Kali “Mean Hand” Meehan (42-5, 32 KOs) over twelve rounds at The Trust Arena, Auckland, New Zealand on Thursday with WBO, WBA and WBC regional titles up for grabs. Former world title challenger Meehan, at 45 years of age, had one of his best ring performances in November 2014 when he scored a clear ten round points decision over Shane Cameron. Parker, at 23 years of age, is the youngest top ten world rated heavyweight and he is coming off a knockout in round one over former world ranked heavyweight Bowie Tupou in August.
The matchmaker for Duco Events Promotions , Stuart Duncan said, “We are pleased with Joseph Parker’s progress having scored impressive wins over Frans Botha, Brian Minto, Sherman Williams, Ireneu Beato Costa Junior, Jason Pettway, Yakup Saglam and the KO of Bowie Tupou. Kali Meehan has boxed the best heavyweights in the world and always performs well. He was unlucky not to be crowned WBO heavyweight champion when he lost a disputed split decision to Lamont Brewster in 2004. We are expecting a tough fight against Kali.” (more…)
Former three-division world champion Fernando “KOchulito” Montiel (54-4-2, 39 KOs) plans to spoil the U.S. debut of featherweight world champion Lee Selby (21-1, 8 KOs) when they collide on Wednesday night on ESPN in Glendale, Arizona.
“I honestly believe that (Selby) chose the wrong guy to fight,” stated the 36-year-old Montiel. “I’ve had great preparation for this fight. All the work has been put in. He just chose the wrong guy to make his US debut against. I was very happy when I heard that we were going to fight in Arizona. There are lots of Mexicans here, so I know I’ll have a lot of people behind me on Wednesday. It’s going to be great to fight here. I certainly don’t feel like age has anything to do with this fight. Look at me. I’m ready to go.”
Aisling Daly may have lost her chance to compete on the UFC’s return to Dublin card in 2014 due to her participation on season 20 of The Ultimate Fighter, but when the First Lady of Irish MMA found out about another event taking place in her hometown, she was not about to miss this one . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Gabriel F.Cordero
Sad to report that former WBA super bantamweight world champion Ricardo Cardona passed away last Sunday at the age of 63 after a battle with cancer in Barranquilla, Colombia. Cardona was one of the Colombia’s first world boxing champions, following the legendary Antonio Cervantes and Rodrigo Valdes. He won the WBA title on May 7, 1978 and made five successful defenses. He retired in June 1984 with a record of 26-10-1, 13 KOs. Ricardo’s brother Prudencio was WBC flyweight world champion and now suffers from Parkinsons. Ricardo and Prudencio are members of the select group of boxing brothers who both became world champions.
Floyd Mayweather enjoying retirement in Miami
Manny Pacquiao honored in New York
Pacquiao-Khan fight looms
Tribute to Dean Chance
Gerald Washington 246 vs. Amir Mansour 221
Michael Hunter 199 vs. Jason Douglas 199
Ahmed Elbiali 177 vs. Mariano Hilario 173
Phil Lo Greco 150 vs. Pablo Munguia 146
Wale Omotoso 146.4 vs. Gilberto Sanchez-Leon 147.6
Leo Hall vs. Ricardo Campillo
Javier Molina 148.8 vs. Lenwood Dozier 150.8
Mike Gavronski 172.8 vs. Jamie Campbell 169.2
Leo Hall 179 vs. Ricardo Campillo 176.4
Venue: Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, Washington
Promoter: TGB Promotions
TV: Fox Sports 1
WBC flyweight world champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, (43-0, 37 KOs) and four-time former world champion in two weight divisions Brian “The Hawaiian Punch” Viloria (36-4, 22 KOs) visited Madison Square Garden, “The Mecca of Boxing” on Monday for the first time in anticipation of their championship battle this Saturday night on pay-per-view.
The Gonzalez vs. Vilora clash is the co-feature to the middleweight world championship title unification between WBA champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, (33-0, 30 KOs) and IBF champion David Lemieux, (34-2, 31 KOs).
Star Boxing’s undefeated WBC #10 super middleweight Zac Dunn (18-0, 15 KOs) is arriving at JFK Airport in New York today from his Australian homeland to begin final preparations for his clash against Denis “The Momma’s Boy” Douglin (19-4, 12 KOs) on Saturday night, October 24, at The Paramount in Huntington. Dunn, the just-signed “Wonder from Down Under” will train at the nearby Academy of Boxing, a stone’s throw where he will make his United States debut. Star Boxing president Joe DeGuardia has also announced an action-packed undercard to accompany Zunn-Douglin (which will be for an IBO belt) for the next installment of the Rockin’ Fights series.
The co-feature will pit undefeated Alicia Napoleon (4-0, 4 KOs) in her Paramount debut against Kita Watkins (7-13, 1 KO) for the IWBF interim woman’s world title. (more…)
Undefeated Mexican knockout artist and #1 world-rated super middleweight contender Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (32-0, 24 KOs) will risk his upcoming world title shot in a 10-round World Boxing Organization (WBO) International / North American Boxing Federation (NABF) super middleweight title defense against Gevorg Khatchikian (22-1, 10 KOs), of the Netherlands, making his U.S. debut, Friday, November 20, at The Chelsea inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Ramirez vs. Khatchikian will be televised live on The MetroPCS Friday Night Knockout on truTV at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. The telecast will open with a 10-round junior lightweight rumble between once-beaten Ivan “Bam Bam” Najera (16-1, 8 KOs) of San Antonio and unbeaten Saúl “Kid Dynamite” Rodríguez (18-0-1, 13 KOs), of Riverside, Calif.. The live boxing series is presented by truTV and Top Rank and produced in association with HBO Sports.
“This is the second time that I have fought in Las Vegas. When I was younger I dreamed of fighting in Las Vegas because it was the boxing capital of the world where the best events took place,” said Ramirez. “November 20th is a memorable date for Mexico. I am dedicating this fight to all Mexicans. I have been training more than a month because this fight is so important. I’ve been promised a world championship fight if I win this one, so I am preparing like this is a world championship fight. It is do or die for me and my career to win and to have the opportunity to make history by becoming the first Mexican to win a super middleweight world title in this division.” (more…)
Boxeo Telemundo Ford and All Star Boxing, Inc will continue with its fall season this Friday, October 16, at the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City, Mexico. In the main event, another “Civil War” when WBO #2 contender and David “Severo” Carmona (19-2-5, 8 KOs) of Mexico City, Mexico gives q rematch to WBO #9, WBC #11 contender Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez (12-2, 4 KOs) also from Mexico City in a bout between two world ranked contenders scheduled for 10 Rounds for the WBO Latin super flyweight title. (more…)
Ricky Burns (38-5, 12 KOs) will face Josh King (20-3, 9 KOs) for the vacant World Boxing Organization Inter-Continental Lightweight title at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on November 7, live on Sky Sports.
Burns held the WBO World crown at both Super Featherweight and Lightweight and after his rousing display in Texas against fellow former World king Omar Figueroa breathed new life into his career, ‘The Rickster’ can take a huge step on the road back to his old belt by beating the Australian.
Decorated amateur King is ranked at number ten in the WBO and enters the bout as the reigning WBO Oriental and Asia Pacific champion, and the 30 year old Queenslander is hunting the major scalp of the Scot to lay his own claim to the World title. (more…)
By Matt Richardson
Photos: Peter Frutkoff/PeterFrutkoff.com
As the action at the very top of the light heavyweight division takes a reprieve with the announcement that champion Sergey Kovalev won’t fight again until 2016, the battles elsewhere in the weight class continue on. One of those will take place this Friday at the Aviator Arena in Brooklyn, New York when unbeaten Long Islander Seanie Monaghan (25-0, 16 KOs) faces off against arguably his toughest test to date with the faded but still dangerous Donovan George (25-4-2, 22 KOs).
It’s an assignment, Monaghan told FightNews, that he expects will propel him into bigger and more lucrative contests.
“I’m expecting the best Donovan George there is,” Monaghan explained. “He’s coming off a long lay-off (14 months) but I’m assuming he’s in top shape and he’s going to come fight his best fight. But even Donovan George at his best is not good enough to beat me. He’s too small and I’m just a better fighter than him. I’m on the rise and he’s on the decline right now. So, I’m expecting a good, tough fight. I’m expecting him to come give it his all. I’m expecting him to be in top shape but I’m just going to be too much for him.” (more…)
Photos: Team SES / P. Gercke
In a clash of unbeaten heavyweights, 21-year-old Tom Schwarz (14-0, 9 KOs) meets 19-year-old KO artist Ilja Mezencev (10-0, 10 KOs) on November 14 at the Anhalt Arena in Dessau, Germany, home of the famous “Bauhaus.” The bout will be for the inaugural WBO Youth heavyweight championship.
“Finally! I’ve worked my whole life for this first title opportunity and now my dream comes true,” said Schwarz. “I look forward to this strong opponent. But, “KO King” or not, so far I’ve had the tougher opponents and have boxed more rounds than Ilja Mezencev. I see that as my advantage!”
SES promoter Ulf Steinforth plans to move Schwarz very carefully over the next few years. “21 years of age is still very young for the heavyweight division,” he stated. The inaugural WBO World Youth Championship is an important building block in the development of Tom Schwartz. Two-time world champion Robert Stieglitz and Dominic Boesel, the current WBO #1 light heavyweight, from our boxing stable have also won junior world championships at a young age and thereafter developed in the international arena.” (more…)
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