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By Gabriel F. Cordero
“Don José Sulaiman” Tournament Finals
Manuel Vides 123.75 vs Bryan De Gracia 123.50
(WBC Latino featherweight title)
César Rivas 144.50 vs Omir Rodríguez 145
(WBC Latino welterweight title)
Eric Walters 134.25 vs Eric Castro 133.50
(WBC Latino lightweight title)
Edgar Valencia 118 vs Everardo Castillo
(WBC Latino bantamweight title)
Ricardo Núñez 117.50 vs Iwer Henríquez 115.50 libras
Darwin Zamora 116.75 vs Wilberto Gómez 118.75
Ileana Bonilla 104.50 vs Yaditza Pérez 103.75
Venue: Centro de Convenciones Atlapa
Promoter: Promociones y Eventos del Istmo
TV: TV Máx
Reynaldo Ojeda 135 vs. Monte Meza-Clay 134
Luis Rosa 123.5 vs. Jonathan Perez 123
Jair Ramos 139 vs. Curtis Morton 139
Ivan Golub ?? vs. Kostya Rovenskyy ??
Charles Foster 174 vs. Joe Gardner 174
Alberto Candeleria 136 vs. Ian James 136
Chris Galeano 157 vs. Yosmani Abreau 157
William Foster Iii 129 vs. Galvan Santos 130
Dauren Yeleussinov 164 vs. Jd Williams 165.5
Venue: Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, CT
Promoter: SMS Promo/DiBella Ent/Universal Promo
Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank
Jose Benavidez, Jr. 139 vs. Jorge Paez, Jr. 140
(WBA interim super lightweight title)
Antonio Orozco 141 vs. Emmanuel Taylor 141
Trevor McCumby 176 vs. Fabiano Pena 175
Abel Ramos 141 lbs vs. Angel Martinez 141
Carlos Castro 123 vs. Victor Serrano 125
Francisco De Vaca 125 vs. Angel Morreal 129
David Benavidez 174 vs. Ricardo Campillo 173
Venue: US Airway Center in Phoenix, AZ
Promoter: Top Rank
LIU Brooklyn Paramount Theatre is set to host its first boxing event with Paramount Events Center (PEC) on Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m. The fight card will be part of the Brooklyn Brawl Series promoted by professional boxer Dmitriy Salita’s Star of David Promotions.
The event will feature Brooklyn Heavyweight Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller (12-0, 10 KOs) vs. Damon McCreary (15-4,11 KOs); two-time Daily News Golden Gloves champion and Bronx based Jr. Middleweight contender Steve Martinez (15-2, 12 KOs); Brooklyn’s Dimash Niyazov (7-0-3, 4 KOs); former New York State champion Ariel Duran (8-7-1, 5 KOs); and Brooklyn Middleweight Akil Aguste (6-1, 5 KOs). Kazakh Welterweight Bakhtiyar Eyubov (5-0, 5 KOs) and Detroit based fighter Dewayne “Alabama” Ziegler (4-0-1, 4 KOs) are also looking to make explosive New York City debuts and keep their knockout streaks alive.
Tickets for the event will go on sale on Friday, May 15 at noon and can be purchased online via Ticketmaster by visiting www.ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
In the main event, WBC#14 lightweight “Lightning” Rod Salka (20-4, 3 KOs) battles Noel Eshevarria (11-5, 6 KOs) this Saturday at the Meadows Racetrack & Casino in Washington, PA. Salka is dropping down in weight to 130 pounds to contest Eshevarria for the vacant WBA-NABA-US super featherweight title. This will mark Salka’s fourth fight in just thirteen months. Since April 2014, Salka defeated formerly undefeated, world ranked, lightweight Alexei Collado (18-1), lost at welterweight to Danny Garcia (28-0), and then defeated lightweight contender Monty Meza Clay (36-4).
In the co-feature, WBC#10 light heavyweight contender Tommy “Kryptonite” Karpency (24-4) defends his Pennsylvania State light heavyweight title in a eight round tune-up versus veteran challenger Rayco “War” Saunders. A former WBO and IBO world title challenger, Karpency is coming off his biggest career win versus former WBC champ Chad Dawson (32-3) on Showtime. (more…)
From shopping for rings to stepping inside of one, 2015 figures to be a prominent chapter in the story of Philadelphia’s “Hammerin’” Hank Lundy. Six days after he walks down the aisle to tie the knot with his longtime fiancée, Valerie, Lundy will step back into the ring to face super lightweight contender Mauricio Herrera in the 10-round main event of Golden Boy Promotions’ July 11th show in Los Angeles live on HBO Latino.
As his life outside of the ring changes, Lundy (25-4-1, 12 KOs) hopes his current career path can take a similar turn for the better. Eight years into a career that has featured its share of ups and down, the 31-year-old Lundy is at crossroads coming off a narrow loss to Thomas Dulorme in his HBO debut in December. (more…)
On Wednesday night in Hollywood, California, IBF #13 ranked welterweight Chris “The Heat” Van Heeden improved to 23-1-1 (12KO’s) with a fourth round stoppage over Ramon Ayala, 23-4-1 (11KO’s) at the Dolby Theater in the main event of the annual Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation card. “I’m very happy with my performance, Ayala was a tough, durable fighter but I’m glad to get back in the ring and look forward to my next opportunity”, said the 27-year-old Van Heerden, a native of South Africa, now residing in Southern California. “This is what would have happened to Frankie Gavin. I hope Eddie Hearn gives me a chance against Kell Brook.”
Undefeated Heavyweight World Champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder (33-0, 32 KOs) will make the first defense of his title when he faces Eric “Drummer Boy” Molina (23-2, 17 KOs) in the main event of Showtime Championship Boxing on June 13, live on Showtime at Bartow Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. In the co-feature, undefeated Jose “The Sniper” Pedraza (19-0, 12 KOs) will be opposed by Andrey Klimov (19-1, 9 KOs) in a 12-rounder for the vacant IBF junior lightweight world championship.
“It’s a wonderful feeling to be able to defend my heavyweight championship in my home state,” Wilder said. “I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time. It was one of my dreams to win a world title. This was my other dream to be able to defend it before all my fans in Alabama. I can’t wait until fight night to step into the ring and see the whole state coming out to support me.”
“I remember just a few months ago watching Deontay get ready for the biggest fight of his life,” Molina said. “I thought to myself, ‘someday, that’ll be me.’ I stared with envy not knowing that a few months later I’d get my turn. Winning the heavyweight world championship is my dream. Just as it was Deontay’s dream, it’s mine now. He had his turn, though it will be short-lived. I will become the first Mexican-American heavyweight champion. Guaranteed. So, champ, come prepared for war. I’m coming to kick some ass.”
Tickets for the event, which is promoted by DiBella Entertainment in association with Bruno Event Team are on sale now. Tickets start at only $25 with the best seats in the house going for $200. VIP packages are also available. To purchase tickets fans should visit alabamatitlefight.com. Tickets are selling fast and a sellout is anticipated.
The IBF/USBA 32nd Annual Convention is set to begin this Sunday, May 17, 2015 at Le Centre Sheraton in Montreal, Canada. “We are excited to finally bring our convention to Montreal. The organization has been very active in Canada for quite some time, and in that region in particular. It should be a great convention and we hope to strengthen our connection with the local boxing community while we are there,” stated IBF President Daryl Peoples.
The Meet the Champions Cocktail, always a popular event, will take place on Monday, May 18. Expected to attend this event are Lucian Bute, Jean Pascal, David Lemieux, Katsunari Takayama, Steve Molitor, Matthew Hilton, Carl Frampton, Dierry Jean, Ghislain Maduma, Antonin Decarie, Schiller Hyppolite and other champions and boxers from the region.
On Wednesday, May 20 the Annual Awards Dinner will take place. Honored for their accomplishments in 2014 are:
Evgeny Gradovich – Jersey Joe Walcot Award
Naoko Shibata – Female Fighter of the Year
ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights series continues to wind down to its end next week. In the second to last show, undefeated, up-and-coming lightweight Reynaldo “El Maestro” Ojeda (16-0, 9 KOs) faces veteran Monty Meza-Clay (36-4, 22 KOs) in the 10-round main event from the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut. In his last fight, Ojeda scored a unanimous decision win over Sergio Villanueva, while Meza-Clay is looking to rebound from a 10-round unanimous decision loss to Rod Salka.
Reynaldo Ojeda: “Monty Meza-Clay is an offensive fighter that throws a lot of punches. He comes all the way forward, that’s his main goal. He’s a person that really talks a lot inside the ring to get the other fighter confused. But we’re ready. We’re ready to go all the way.”
Monte Meza-Clay: “I have the same approach for every fight. I just impose my will on him; let him try to figure me out. I’m going to be me – I’m going to stick to my game plan. There’s nothing different other than – ring the bell, let’s fight! You hit me, I hit you back!”
By Miguel Maravilla
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
Undefeated Nicaraguan WBC flyweight champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez (42-0, 36 KOs) is days away from his fight against top rated contender and former world champion Edgar Sosa (51-8, 30 KOs) of Mexico City, this Saturday at the Forum in Inglewood, California live on HBO World Championship Boxing. We caught up with “Chocolatito” as he talked about his preparation and upcoming fight with Sosa.
“We are ready for the fight and extremely happy because this is a moment,” Chocolatito Gonzalez told Fightnews.com. “I began training camp in Nicaragua then finished up my camp in Indio (California). We are in excellent shape, the conditioning and work has been strong. The preparation is over now we are looking to make weight, waiting for the fight and getting the knockout. There are similarities in terms of the heat in Indio. It’s a desert and it’s hot but I truly felt like I was at home.” (more…)
There is something to be said about the power of redemption and second chances.
The comeback is a storyline deeply ingrained in the culture of sports, as the athlete in the pressure of the moment has already dealt with adversity or a setback that took them away from something they’d invested passion and effort into. Simply making it back to do that thing they do one more time is not only a testament to their mental fortitude, but proof they refused to be denied the chance to reclaim what was once lost and now found once again . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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Photos: Big Joe Miranda
In the 14th defense of his middleweight crown, Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (32-0, 29 KOs), originally from Karaganda, Kazakhstan, and now training at Big Bear, Cal., meets Willie Monroe Jr. (19-1, 6 KOs) from Ithaca, NY, in a scheduled 12-round contest at the historic Forum in Inglewood, California. Both GGG and Monroe worked out for the media on Wednesday.
Currently boasting a knockout victory streak of 19, Golovkin has taken the boxing world by storm with an extraordinary knockout-to-win ratio of better than 90%. No opponent has gone the distance with him since Nov. 2008, and he began 2015 by battering and eventually knocking out the formidable Martin Murray on Feb. 21. His 2014 fights ended in the seventh, third and second rounds. Trained by the highly regarded Abel Sanchez, Golovkin will be making his eighth appearance on HBO since his auspicious network debut in Sept. 2012. (more…)
Another notable addition to Friday’s world championship card at the US Airway Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Unbeaten local favorite Abel Ramos (11-0-2, 6 KOs) will face Angel Martinez (14-5-1, 10 KOs) of Mexico in an off-TV six rounder at a contracted weight of 142 pounds. Ramos burst on to scene about a year ago with his spirited effort vs fellow unbeaten Maurice Hooker aired live on ShoBox. Ramos closed the fight strong pulling out a draw. That fight was his first fight with Andrew Zak’s Journeyman Management, which has kept him quite active since. Martinez enters with the better opposition having fought the likes of Lucas Matthysse and Marcos Maidana.
The new truTV boxing series, produced in association with Turner Sports and HBO Sports, will feature a 12-round bout for the WBA interim world super lightweight title between champion Jose Benavidez, Jr. (22-0-0, 15 KOs), fighting in his hometown against Jorge Paez, Jr. (38-5-2, 23 KOs) of Mexico. Additionally, Antonio Orozco (21-0-0, 15 KOs) will meet Emmanuel Taylor (18-3-0, 12 KOs) in a 10-round super lightweight bout.
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By Przemek Garczarczyk
Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (32-0, 29 KO), WBA/IBO middleweight champion pulled no punches when he worked out with his trainer Abel Sanchez at the Wild Card West Gym in Santa Monica. “Do you want me to hit it harder?” asked GGG working pads with Sanchez, after hitting so hard that Sanchez lost his mitts. “Can you? Really?” jokingly asked Sanchez, who insists that his fighter hits even harder that even before. “He’s always been strong enough, but now he has better technique,” said Sanchez working with his fighter in the ring surrounded by reporters.
Golovkin’s opponent this coming Saturday night at The Forum, Willie “Mongoose” Monroe Jr (19-1, 6 KO), decided that he would just show his speed and ring movement. “I don’t need to knock Golovkin out. I just have to be smarter and faster,” stated Monroe Jr.
It’s official. Middleweight contenders Hassan N’Dam (31-1, 18 KOs) and David Lemieux (33-2, 31 KOs) collide for the vacant IBF world title, formerly held by Jermain Taylor, on June 20 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. The bout was announced today.
Also on the card will be Quebec boxers Dierry Jean (28-1, 20 KOs), Schiller Hyppolite (15-1, 10 KOs) Ghislain Maduma (16-1, 10 KOs), Steven Butler (11-0, 9 KOs), Mian Hussain (11-0, 6 KOs), Ayaz Hussain (5 -0, 3 KOs), Yves Ulysse Jr. (6-0, 4 KOs) and Mathieu Germain (1-0).
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank
truTV and Top Rank will exclusively present the MetroPCS Friday Night Knockout on truTV, a live primetime boxing series on Friday, May 15, at 10 p.m. ET from the US Airway Center in Phoenix. The new boxing series, produced in association with Turner Sports and HBO Sports, will feature a 12-round bout for the WBA interim World Super Lightweight title between champion Jose Benavidez, Jr. (22-0-0, 15 KOs), fighting in his hometown against Jorge Paez, Jr. (38-5-2, 23 KOs) of Mexico. Additionally, Antonio Orozco (21-0-0, 15 KOs) will meet Emmanuel Taylor (18-3-0, 12 KOs) in a 10-round super lightweight bout. (more…)
Photos: Ed Diller/DiBella Entertainment
Former two-division world champion Paulie “The Magic Man” Malignaggi (33-6, 7 KOs) held an open workout at Gleason’s Gym in Brooklyn Wednesday. Now a popular boxing comentator, the 34-year-old Malignaggi returns to the ring for the first time since his brutal TKO loss to Shawn Porter 13 months ago against Danny O’Connor (25-2, 9 KOs) on Spike TV live from Barclays Center.
“There was a good six months where I didn’t really care about coming back,” said Paulie. “I was satisfied. But then I just started to miss being a competitor. I was keeping busy but the competition was missing in my life. Once I got back in the gym and started hitting the bag and I felt good I knew I wanted to get back out there. (more…)
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, WBC #9 contender Eric Molina (via Skype) and executives from DiBella Entertainment, the City of Birmingham, the Alabama Athletic Commission and Bruno Event Team will hold a press conference Thursday to officially announce Wilder’s first title defense against Molina on June 13 at the Bartow Arena. Showtime will televise.
Note: Molina just moved up to #9 in the latest WBC ratings, making him the top available challenger for Wilder. #1 Alexander Povetkin and #2 Mike Perez meet next week in a WBC eliminator. #3 Tyson Fury is the WBA and WBO mandatory challenger for Wladimir Klitschko. #4 Vyacheslav Glazkov is the IBF mandatory for Klitschko. Wilder just fought #5 Bermane Stiverne in his last fight. #6 Anthony Joshua has made it clear he’s only fighting journeymen in the immediate future. #7 Bryant Jennings fought Klitschko less than three weeks ago. #8 Lucas Browne is on the shelf waiting for a mandatory challenge against WBA “regular” champion Ruslan Chagaev, who already has another fight scheduled (Browne took step-aside money).
Super welterweight prospect Eric “The Outlaw” Hunter (19-3, 9 KOs) will face Antonio Escalante (29-7, 20 KOs) on May 22 in a 10-rounder televised on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes from Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. Also on the card, 7-foot heavyweight Taishan (4-0, 2 KOs), will face an opponent yet to be named in a four-round opening televised bout. Taishan is fresh off his win against Jamal Woods at Minute Maid Park in Houston on May 9 as part of the undercard for Canelo vs. Kirkland.
Undefeated super bantamweight Juan “Baby Tito” Dominguez (18-0, 12 KOs) will now take on Mario Antonio Macias (26-15, 13 KOs) in a bout scheduled eight-rounder on May 22, boxing at the Claridge in Atlantic City. Dominguez was originally slated to face Jonathan Perez (33-10, 27 KOs).
There will be three eight-round co-features that will highlight a nine fight undercard:
Bryant Perella (11-0, 7 KOs) will battle German Perez (11-1-3, 3 KOs) in a welterweight bout, John Magda (9-0, 6 KOs) will fight Miguel Angel Manguia (31-32-1, 25 KOs) in a super middleweight bout. Gervonta Davis (10-0, 9 KOs) will take on Alberta Mora (5-3, 1 KO) in a featherweight bout.
The card is promoted by King’s Promotions in association with DeeLee Promotions. Tickets are $100, $75 and $50.
Shane Mosley talks to Boxing City Radio (hosted by Arvin Nundloll and Bryan Armen Graham) immediately after the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight and we go over Canelo Alvarez’s TKO over James Kirkland, Omar Figueroa’s victory over Ricky Burns and Gennady Golovkin’s upcoming fight vs. Willie Monroe Jr.
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By Miguel Maravilla
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
WBA, IBO, WBC Interim middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (32-0, 29 KOs) of Kazakhstan and middleweight contender Willie Monroe Jr. (19-1, 6 KOs) of Ithaca, New York held their final press conference Tuesday afternoon at the Westin Hotel LAX. Golovkin and Monroe will square off this Saturday at the Forum of Los Angeles live on HBO World Championship Boxing.
“You have two of the best pound for pound fighters in the world it’s really a throwback show in honor of all the great fights they have held at the Forum,” K2 Promotions Tom Loeffler said in opening up the press conference. “We are proud to present “GGG” Golovkin vs. Willie Monroe Jr. for the middleweight championship. We are really excited about this show.” (more…)
Anthony Crolla will make an emotional return to the ring when he challenges WBA world lightweight champion Darleys Perez at the Manchester Arena on July 18, on a huge night of boxing live on Sky Sports. The Manchester man has been given the all-clear to box again by doctors following the horrific attack he suffered when bravely tackling burglars that attempted to break into his neighbor’s house in December. Crolla suffered a fractured skull when he was struck over the head by a concrete slab and broke his ankle in the attack that cruelly robbed him of the chance to face Richar Abril for the world title in January. (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin’s trainer Abel Sanchez discusses GGG’s fight with Willie Monroe Jr.
By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Former featherweight boxer, Frankie Sodano died Monday, May 11, 2015, at age 84. Sodano had a solid professional career as a prize fighter, but the greatest glory of his boxing life came in the amateur ranks where he won multiple tournaments and represented the USA at the 1948 London Olympics. Sodano was born on March 10, 1931 in South Philadelphia. He attended Furness Jr. High School and Southern High School where he was an outstanding gymnast as a teenager. Eventually he became an amateur boxer, training and fighting out of the 33rd PAL at 15th & Snyder. (more…)
Super lightweight Emanuel “The Tranzforma” Talor (18-3, 12 KOs) will provide undefeated “Relentless” Antonio Orozco (21-0, 15 knockouts) with a stern threat in the 10-round co-main event this Friday night at the US Airways Centre in Phoenix, Arizona. TruTV will televise live beginning at 10:00 PM/ET. The Orozco-Taylor tilt will be on the undercard of undefeated WBA interim super lightweight world champion Jose Benavidez, Jr. in his first title defense, against Mexican standout Jorge “Maromerito” Paez, Jr.
Taylor and Orozco were originally slated to fight on March 12th in San Antonio, but Orozco had to withdraw in February when he suffered a cut over his right eye in training. (more…)
The term SuperFight is bandied about often, but rarely do all the stars align to make one happen.
On May 16, 2015 in Manila, Philippines, a SuperFight will take place between former world champions Urijah Faber and Frankie Edgar in the first-ever UFC event in the Southeast Asia country . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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Super flyweight Ivan Morales (27-0, 15 KOs) will face Danny “Venado” Flores (14-6, 8 KOs) in an eight-round super flyweight bout featured on the non-televised undercard of Golovkin-Monroe this Saturday at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Morales is the younger brother of ring legend Erik “El Terrible” Morales, while Flores is co-trained by Erik’s former archrival Marco Antonio Barrera.
WBA “regular” super welterweight champion Erislandy “The American Dream” Lara (20-2-2, 12 KOs) returns to the ring on Friday, June 12 to defend against veteran Delvin Rodriguez (28-7-4, 16 KOs) as Premier Boxing Champions heads back to Spike TV. Additionally, light heavyweight knockout artist Artur Beterbiev (8-0, 8 KOs) is set to square off against the ring-savvy Doudou Ngumbu (34-6, 13 KOs).
Top Rank, in association with Bash Boxing, Art of Boxing Promotions, and the World Famous Florentine Gardens Nightclub in Hollywood, California, brings Solo Boxeo Tecate on Unimas to “Tinseltown” on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 7:00pm. The May 30th show will mark the ninth installment of the Hollywood Fight Night series.
The main event is currently scheduled to be a battle of two 22-year-old unbeaten super featherweight prospects as Saul “El Dinamita” Rodriguez (16-0, 13KOs) faces off against Antonio Capulin (14-0, 6KOs). Since 2013, Riverside’s Rodriguez has disposed of his last 8 opponents by stoppage, including some highlight reel knockouts on UniMas. Capulin makes his California debut after fighting his entire career in his home state of Texas. (more…)
After an electrifying night at Minute Maid Park in Houston where more than 31,000 fans gathered to watch live on May 9, Canelo vs. Kirkland brought in a stunning number of viewers on HBO World Championship Boxing (WCB) with an average viewership of 2,146,000 for the live, first-time airing on HBO and peaked at 2,296,000 viewers. Canelo vs. Kirkland is the top-performing bout on HBO’s flagship boxing platform since the Antonio Tarver-Bernard Hopkins light heavyweight title battle delivered 2,460,000 viewers in 2006. This also marked the Mexican superstar’s first appearance as a headliner on the HBO WCB platform.
Tickets to the Walters vs. Marriaga/Verdejo vs. Najera HBO-televised world championship boxing event on June 13 in The Theater at Madison Square Garden, NYC, will go on sale this Friday (May 15) at Noon ET. Priced at $205, $105 and $55, tickets can be purchased at the Madison Square Garden Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster charge by phone (866-858-0008), and online at www.ticketmaster.com and www.thegarden.com.
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