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- Cotto-Martinez: "This is what boxing is all about"
- Hopkins-Shumenov DC kickoff presser
- Danny Garcia hits Puerto Rico
- May 1 ESPN2 card at Hialeah Park
- Escalante-Ruiz showdown on April 5
- Kelvin Gastelum: On the Fast Track
- Andre Berto Cleared by Physician for Light Sparring, to Begin Full Contact in Mid-April
- Cotto-Martinez heats up at NYC presser
- Broken thumb KOs Huck: March 29 card is off
- Brooks ready to take on Mexicali fighter
In an interesting lightweight fight, Commonwealth titleholder Derry Mathews (35-8-2, 19 KOs) scored an explosive one-punch fourth round TKO over “Trollhunter” Curtis Woodhouse (19-6, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Olympia in Liverpool, England. Mathews landed a right hand that dropped Woodhouse and the fight was waved off when Woodhouse got up and reeled around the ring. Time was 1:14.
Woodhouse made headlines outside the ring in March when he used social media to describe his day as he tracked down a Twitter troll, eventually turning up on the troll’s street before getting an apology. (more…)
Photos: Pete Susens
Former World Middleweight Champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. is working hard in preparation for his fight next Saturday with rugged Bryan Vera at The Stub Hub Center in Carson, California.
Copper Box, London:
In a clash for the vacant European heavyweight championship, Dereck “Del Boy” Chisora (18-4, 12 KOs) scored a five round beatdown of Edmund Gerber (23-2, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Copper Box Arena in London. Chisora came into the ring in great shape and worked over Gerber during the first three rounds. Gerber connected with two good rights in round four, but Chisora rocked Gerber in the fifth and for the second consecutive fight got a fairly quick stoppage from the referee. In this fight the referee was Guido Cavalleri. Time was 2:50. After the fight, Chisora’s promoter Frank Warren called for a December rematch between Chisora and Tyson Fury, whose fight with David Haye fell through due to a cut suffered by Haye.
In a clash of unbeaten middleweights, Billy Joe Saunders (19-0, 10 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over John Ryder (15-1, 9 KOs) to retain his British and Commonwealth belts in a bout that took place late, late at night. Ryder put up a good effort and punished Saunders in the last round, but it was too little too late. Scores were 115-114, 115-113, 115-113 for Saunders. (more…)
Scott Quigg’s WBA world super bantamweight title clash with Yoandris Salinas will now take place at The O2 on Saturday October 5. Quigg and Salinas were due to meet as the chief support to David Haye’s Heavyweight showdown with Tyson Fury in Manchester next Saturday (September 28) but after Haye pulled out with a cut, Eddie Hearn and Golden Boy quickly acted to move the bout to The O2, where Olympic Gold medal hero Anthony Joshua makes his debut on a bill and is joined by his teammate and fellow Gold star Luke Campbell.
“It’s been a busy day but you have to think on your feet in this game,” said Hearn. “We looked at all the options and all roads lead to the O2 where we believe Scott Quigg will be crowned world champ. Luke Campbell will also join the action, with two 2012 Gold medallists in action plus Kevin Mitchell, Lee Selby and some mouth-watering domestic match ups.” (more…)
By Eric ‘Sugar Foot’ Duran/Rocky Mountain Boxing
On a beautiful Friday night in Aurora, Colorado, Steve Mestas and Airtight Boxing continued their long running boxing series, only this time in a new venue. The Stampede was the new location for “Will 2 Win”, a 5 bout card of boxing and MMA. Popular local fighters, Manny “Manos” Perez and Alfred “The Tornado” Romero returned to action in separate bouts. Also, the young and flashy, Donovan ‘Slick’ Estrella, debuted after a stellar amateur career. After years removed from the squared circle, Joaquin Perez finally debuted after a decent amateur career a few years back. Heavyweights Jose Romero and Tony Hisor duked it out. (more…)
Two-time Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist Vasyl “The Great” Lomachenko will arrive in the U.S. today aboard Lufthansa Flight 456. His flight is scheduled to arrive at LAX at 12:40 p.m. PT and fight fans are welcome to join Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum in greeting him at the airport.
By James Slater
If fans didn’t know already, September 28th’s all-British clash between Tyson Fury and David Haye has been postponed due to Haye suffering a cut above his left eye during training. Haye suffered the injury on Friday evening and required six stitches, which will remain in place for five to seven days and Haye is waiting on further medical advice when it comes to when he will be able to return to action.
Haye, who pulled out of his summer fight with Manuel Charr due to a hand injury, has now seen two fights in succession fall apart. In a statement, the former WBA heavyweight champ said he is “beyond gutted.” “Gutted isn’t even the word,” Haye said today. “Mentally, I’m on the floor at the moment. I’m devastated most of all for my loyal fans, my family and my team, as well as Tyson Fury and his team. I know cuts and injuries are part and parcel of our sport, but this doesn’t change the feeling of disappointment and sadness I’m experiencing right now.
“To everyone who has bought tickets, booked hotels, and followed this fight since it was announced, there is absolutely nothing I can do expect apologize from the very bottom of my heart.”
The fight, just a week away, has shifted all it’s tickets in just three hours and big business was expected from fans buying the fight on Sky Box Office.
There is no word yet on whether the entire card will be postponed, or whether Fury might face a late replacement foe instead.
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Former WBC Middleweight champion and son of the legend Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. arrived back in Los Angeles from Mexico late Friday night as he gets ready to rumble against #1 contender Bryan Vera, Saturday, September 28, under the stars, at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. Chávez vs. Vera will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing.
Promoted by Top Rank®, in association with Zanfer Promotions, Banner Promotions and Tecate, remaining tickets to Chávez vs. Vera, priced at $200, $100, $50 and $20 (plus applicable taxes and fees), can be purchased online at http://www.axs.com, by telephone at (888) 929-7849 or at the StubHub Center box office, Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
By Karl Freitag
Featherweight Derrick Wilson (10-4-2, 3 KOs) is no stranger to upsetting the applecart. The 24-year-old Fort Myers, Florida native has already derailed the careers of highly touted unbeaten prospects Charles Huerta and Braulio Santos. Tonight, for the first time in his career, he is fighting outside the USA, taking WBC #2 rated featherweight Robinson “Robin” Castellanos for Castellanos’ WBC silver belt at the Oasis Arena in Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
“I think this fight will be easier for me than my last [against Santos],” Wilson said. “My last fight was hard, a real challenge, against an undefeated fighter. This guy [Castellanos] has already tasted losing before. I’m more talented than him, skill-wise, and he doesn’t have the power or speed to stay up with me. My skills will overpower him.”
Maybe it won’t be quite so easy. Castellanos, who had an 8-9 start to his pro career, has now won ten straight, including a decision over formidable former multi-division world champion Celestino Caballero in his last fight. “I will try to win this fight by KO,” commented Castellanos. “I want to end this fast!”
“He’s just another person in the ring with me,” insists Wilson. Can Derrick make the magic happen again? The FOX Deportes broadcast will air live tonight at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT in the United States. 2004 United States Olympian Vicente Escobedo squares off against Fernando Carcamo in the co-feature.
If combat sports fans don’t feel spoiled at the moment, they should. Last week, the best boxer of this era, Floyd Mayweather Jr., delivered another master class in scoring a decision win over Mexico’s Canelo Alvarez. This Saturday, mixed martial arts’ best pound for pound, Jon Jones, defends his light heavyweight crown against Sweden’s Alexander Gustafsson in the main event of UFC 165 . . . More at UFC.com
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Iron Boy Promotions is back tonight with a boxing event at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. The main event will be a clash for the WBC USNBC bantamweight title between local hero Alexis Santiago (14-3-1, 6 KOs) and Mexico’s Alex Rangel (15-1-2, 9 KOs). Also seeing action is SMS Promotions fighter Luis Olivares (4-0, 3 KOs), who made a splash in the boxing world as one of the first fighters to be signed by rapper-turned-boxing promoter Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent. The show will be streamed on Iron Boy Promotions’ website, www.iron-boy.com, and the cost will be $4.99.
Sad to report that popular New Jersey boxing referee Earl Morton has passed after an illness. Over a 23-year career, Morton refereed many world title fights all over the globe. He also refereed two of the three legendary Ward-Gatti fights. He was just 58.
Photos: Sergio Machado/Deportestelemundo.com
Former WBO super bantamweight champion and Son of a Legend Wilfredo “Papito” Vazquez (23-3-1, 19 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated prospect Guillermo “Borrego” Avila (13-1, 8 KOs) on Friday night at the Kissimmee Civic Center in Kissimmee, Florida. It was a very tough fight for WV2 as Avila brought the pressure and mostly gave as good as he got. Scores were 116-112 on all cards as WV2 claimed the vacant World Boxing Organization International super bantamweight title.
Also on the card, Wilfredo Vazquez’ younger son Israel “El Heredero” Vazquez (9-0-2, 6 KOs) scored a six round unanimous decision over Felipe Rivas in a jr. flyweight bout. Scores were 58-56 and 60-54 twice.
By Brett Bonetti at ringside
Daniel “The Rock” Dawson (40-3 -1, 26 KOs) defeated Alex Bunema (31-10-2, 17 KOs) to claim the vacant WBF Light Middleweight Title and also keep his PABA Light Middleweight Title in the Main Event of CDL Boxing Promotions “Western Alliance” at the WA Italian Club, North Perth, Australia tonight. Dawson had dominated the fight and was the busier fighter through 11 rounds as he continually landed good body shots, left hooks and uppercuts. Bunema seemed like the more dangerous fighter when he landed some power shots with his right hand, but did not follow it up enough. Early in the 12th and final round and sensing he was behind on points, Bunema went after Dawson and caught him early with a powerful left hook. Dawson was hurt and Bunema chased and was following up with a barrage of punches with many connecting. Dawson looked out on his feet at times and surprisingly did not try to tie Bunema up, but instead tried to duck and weave. The crowd was roaring on their feet as Bunema was on the brink of stopping Dawson and stealing the fight, but after a frantic final 2 minutes of the fight, Dawson managed to survive until the final bell and staggered back to his corner. (more…)
Mike Gavronski 162.2 vs Tristan Todd 161.1
(GBO super middleweight title)
Vincent Thompson 229 vs Charles Martin 238
Marquise Weston 190 vs Richard Ballard 186.6
Eric Dahlberg 172.8 vs Justin Davins 173.6
Tim Puller 222.2 vs Yohan Banks 271
Venue: Little-Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, WA
Promoter: Roy Englebrecht Promotions
Doors open at 7pm and first bout at 8pm
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Román González 112.5 vs Francisco Rodríguez Jr. 112
Juan Carlos Sánchez Jr. 119 vs Darwin Zamora 116
Venue: Centro de Convenciones Crowne Plaza, en Managua, Nicaragua.
Promoter: Prodesa, Teiken Promotions and Zanfer Promotions.
TV: TV Azteca América, Multinoticias Canal 4, de Nicaragua.
Robinson Castellanos 126 vs. Derrick Wilson 125.2
Fernando Carcamo 134.6 vs. Vicente Escobedo 134.8
Daniel Ruiz 131 vs. Abner Cotto 130
Luis May 119 vs. Jairo Chin 120.2
Humberto Morales 116 vs. Junior Granados 114.6
Gustavo Morales 123.2 vs. Victor Gozalez 122.6
Venue: Oasis Hotel Complex, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Promoter: Golden Boy/Pepe Gomez
Leon Moore 121 vs. Rafael Vazquez 121
Frank Galarza 154 vs. Rich Neves 154
(NY State title)
Amanda Serrano 135 vs. Keri Hill 141
Bryant Cruz 129 vs. Jesus Bayron 129
Evan Nedd 238 vs. Ytalo Perea 243
Angel Garcia 130 vs. Nuwan Jayakody 129
Jay Rodriguez 195 vs. Eric George 195
Villi Bello 151 vs. Anthony Birmingham 151
Allan Phelan 128 vs. Benjamin Burgos 131
Promoters: New Legend Boxing/Old World Boxing/WON Promotions
Venue: Resorts World Casino
1st Bell: 6:30 PM EST
By Gabriel F. Cordero
In a phone conversation with Fightnews.com, Mexican former two-division world champion Rafael Marquez, 38, announced his decision to retire from boxing. Marquez (39-8, 35 KOs) made the decision after losing four of his last six fights, most recently on September 7 by ninth round TKO to little known Ephraim Esquivias.
“It’s time to stop and review my life with my family. Time to accept that there are no reasons to continue in boxing. I was in some very difficult fights and it’s best to leave this to a consciously made decision with my family. It’s time to say goodbye. Boxing gave me the best for my family,” Marquez said.
Personally I can only tell my friend Rafael Marquez that he deserves to be part of the Hall of Fame and thank you for his devotion and dedication to boxing.
Two-time Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist Vasyl “The Great” Lomachenko will arrive in the U.S. Tomorrow! Saturday, September 14, aboard Lufthansa Flight 456. His flight is scheduled to arrive at LAX at 12:40 p.m. PT and members of the Lomachenko Nation are welcome to join Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum in greeting him at the airport.
Lomachenko will finish his last few weeks of training in Los Angeles before he jumps into the deep end of boxing’s international-sized swimming pool making his professional debut in a 10-round featherweight bout against Jose Luis Ramirez (24-2-2, 15 KOs), of México. Lomachenko’s pro debut will be showcased on the pay-per-view undercard of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight championship between undefeated defending champion Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. and four-division world champion and Méxican icon Juan Manuel “Dinamita” Marquez, the only two fighters to defeat Fighter of the Decade Manny Pacquiao in the last seven years. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Mario Rodríguez 107.8 vs Odilon Zaleta 107.8
(WBC light flyweight eliminator)
Guadalupe Rosales 129.5 vs Edgar Puerta 129.8
(WBC súper featherweight silver title)
Abdel Ramírez 135 vs José Apodaca 135
Venue: Gimnasio Municipal Luis Estrada Medina
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo
TV: Cadena 3 (Mexico)
On October 26th in Oldenburg, Germany, IBF #12/USBA #1 light heavyweight Anatoliy Dudchenko (18-2, 13 KOs) of Los Angeles by way of the Ukraine, will face IBF #11 Robert Woge (12-0, 10 KOs) of Germany, for Woge’s IBF I/C light heavyweight title. Sauerland Event will promote. Arthur Abraham is headlining this card.
Photo and weights courtesy of Ray Kilgore
Caleb Truax 160 vs. Cerresso Fort 158.5
(USBA, MN State middleweight title)
Mohammed Kayongo 146 vs. Jamal James 145.5
(MN welterweight title)
Jeremy McLaurin 134.5 vs. Toney Lee 134.5
(MN lightweight title)
Adrian Martinez 123 vs. Trevor Marmon 134
Nathan Richardson 153 vs. Fred Thomas 156
Nathan Luis Rosa 260 vs. John Schimon 234
Brandon Buchholtz 136 vs. Phillip Adyaka 134
Venue: Minneapolis Convention Center
Promoter: Seconds Out Promotions
Weigh-in results for UFC 165, which is headlined by the UFC light heavyweight championship bout between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson, and the interim UFC bantamweight championship bout between Renan Barao and Eddie Wineland, airing live on Pay-Per-View from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at 10pm ET / 7pm PT. Four prelim bouts will air live on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm ET / 5pm PT, and fans who “like” the UFC on Facebook can also see four additional prelim bouts at 6:15pm ET / 3:15pm PT.
MAIN EVENT – UFC LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Alexander Gustafsson (204.5) VS Jon Jones (204.5)
PPV MAIN CARD
INTERIM UFC BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Eddie Wineland (135) VS Renan Barao (135)
Matt Mitrione (260.5) VS Brendan Schaub (237)
Francis Carmont (186) VS Costa Philippou (186)
Khabib Nurmagomedov (156) VS Pat Healy (155.75)
FOX SPORTS 1 PRELIMS
Myles Jury (156) VS Mike Ricci (155.5)
Wilson Reis (135) VS Ivan Menjivar (136*)
Stephen Thompson (170.5) VS Chris Clements (169.5)
Dustin Kimura (136) VS Mitch Gagnon (136)
Renee Forte (155.5) VS John Makdessi (155)
Michel Prazeres (155) VS Jesse Ronson (155.5)
Alex Caceres (136) VS Roland Delorme (136)
Daniel Omielanczuk (245.5) VS Nandor Guelmino (230)
* Menjivar made weight on his second attempt after initially coming in at 137
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Photo: Gene Blevins/Top Rank
Former three-division world champion Miguel Cotto and Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach hosted an international media conference call today to discuss Cotto’s October 5 clash with two-time world title challenger Delvin Rodriguez at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. Cotto’s Florida debut will be televised live on HBO.
Cotto, returning after consecutive losses to Floyd Mayweather and Austin Trout, and his camp is focused on one thing only, getting him back in the ‘win column’ against Delvin Rodriguez. “We’re in a ‘must-win’ situation for sure, and that’s why we’re working so hard,’ said Roach, Cotto’s new trainer. “I want to bring back that ‘busy-ness and that left hook to the body, his bread and butter.”
Cotto stated, “I’m just thinking about to get in the best shape possible.” It was revealed that Miguel is already only “a couple pounds” above the fight weight.
As for the future, Cotto said that he’s only thinking about the Rodriguez fight, although he did comment that he would like a few more fights and plans to finish his career with Roach.
HBO has confirmed that unbeaten WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward (26-0, 14 KOs) will defend against Edwin Rodriguez (24-0, 16 KOs) on November 16. The bout will take place at the 11,000-seat Citizens Bank Arena in Ontario, California.
It was also announced that Ward will make a personal appearance at Sport Chalet in Pleasanton, California on September 26 from 6:30-8:30PM.
He’s only 27, seen as one of the young guns of the UFC’s lightweight division, but Montreal’s Mike Ricci has an old soul when it comes to his chosen profession. . . More at UFC.com
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Tomek Adamek on fighting “The Czar” Glazkov on NBC: He’s a likable guy, but I like him a little bit less now
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Photo: Mike Gladysz/Team Adamek
On November 16, in front of another big audience on the NBC network, 36-year old heavyweight contender Tomasz Adamek (49-2, 29 KOs) will be tested by unbeaten, eight years younger Vyacheslaw “The Czar” Glazkov (15-0, 11 KsO). Ukrainian Glazkov, a silver medal winner at the 2007 World Championships, bronze medalist at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, wants what Adamek already has – a world class reputation and high world ranking. Adamek, a former WBC light heavyweight champion and IBF cruiserweight champion, wants another shot at heavyweight belt. “Glazkov is strong, he can hit, he likes to mix it up. It’s a fact. How will he handle my movement, my hand speed, my experience and precision – it’s a different story. But it sounds like fight everyone would like to see,” said Adamek in Fightnews.com interview. (more…)
Dereck Chisora 235 vs. Edmund Gerber 238
(Vacant European heavyweight title)
Billy Joe Saunders 159 vs. John Ryder 158
(British and Commonwealth middleweight title)
Frankie Gavin 146 vs. David Barnes 144
(British and Commonwealth welterweight title)
Paul Butler 115 vs. Miguel Gonzalez 113
Liam Walsh 129 vs. Joe Murray 130
Mitchell Smith 129 vs. Scott Moises 129
Frank Buglioni 169 vs. Broislav Kubin 167
Venue: Copper Box Arena, London
Promoter: Frank Warren/Queensberry Promotions
By Chris Morris/RockyMountainBoxing
Steve ‘Match Makin’ Mestas and Airtight Boxing have a nice show lined up for Friday night at their brand new venue in Aurora, Colorado, The Stampede. The main event will see Manny ‘Manos’ Perez taking on crafty southpaw Ronnie Reams.
In the main event of the evening Manny ‘Manos’ Perez, 19-9-1, 4KOs, will take on Ronnie Reams, 3-2, 0KO, from nearby Colorado Springs. Perez is coming off of a highly disputed decision loss to Vernon Paris in Detroit back in May. The fight was the main event of ESPN’s Friday Night Fights where online fans felt Perez won the fight nine rounds to one and Teddy Atlas went on a rampage about the very poor hometown decision. Reams could easily be undefeated at 5-0 as his two losses have come by way of majority and split decisions. His split decision loss to undefeated Sammy Martinez was scored a win for Reams by FightNews/Rocky Mountain Boxing back in December. Reams is a crafty southpaw and this should be a very good fight, scheduled for 8 rounds at lightweight. (more…)
By Eric Sugar Foot Duran/Rocky Mountain Boxing
Manny Perez 136 vs Ronnie Reams 137
Alfred Romero 140.5 vs Jeremiah Torrez 141.5
Joaquin Perez 153 vs Steve Victor 157
Donovan Estrella 127 vs John Nunez 125
Tony Hiser 266 vs Jose Romero 266
Venue: The Stampede
Promoter: AirTight Boxing
Undefeated Belgian cruiserweight champion Bilal Laggoune (10-0-1/5) will defend his title against Fabrice Clement (3-2-0/2).
In case of victory Laggoune could fight for the WBC Youth title on Dec 14 in Pamel near Ninove, Belgium.
On this quality card promoted by Claude Vandenheede, Sasha Yengoyan and Delphine Persoon will fight over 8 rounds. Local star Ismael Abdoul, Elfi Philipps and Sheldon Moore are completing the card.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
A source informed Fightnews.com about the possibility of Golden Boy Promotions presenting a fight between WBC super bantamweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz (26-0-1, 16 KOs) against the WBA bantamweight “super” world champion Anselmo ‘Chemito’ Moreno (34-2-1, 12 KOs) on November 2. It’s also known that Moreno could have a WBA mandatory fight with Japanese bantamweight regular world champion Koki Kameda, however a source reported that Kameda has already requested permission from the WBA for an optional defense in Tokyo, Japan.
By Phil Doherty
Thursday afternoon’s media teleconference for next Saturday’s WBC light heavyweight world title showdown between current champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson (21-1, 18 KOs) and former IBF champ Tavoris “Thunder” Cloud (24-1, 19 KOs) lacked only one element…Cloud himself.
Promoters Yvon Michel and Gary Shaw explained the absence was due to a “miscommunication” and that Cloud’s camp was given ample notice but informed them “just before the call” that they were still in training, preferring a 3:00 start time rather than the noon timeslot. Shaw went on to say that this was the second such snub during the promotion. (The first apparently being due to Cloud missing a Canadian press conference because of a missing passport.)
Stevenson, the Haitian-born thirty-five year old southpaw former super middleweight who scored a stunning first round knockout against Chad Dawson in June, promised to do the same to the thirty-one year old former titleholder from Tallahassee. Quoting his former trainer, beloved Hall of Famer Emanuel Steward, Stevenson proclaimed: “knockouts sell….and I will knock Cloud out.” (more…)
On Saturday afternoon October 26th, undefeated Welterweight contender Kell Brook will battle former WBA Welterweight champion Vyacheslav Senchenko in a bout scheduled for 12 rounds and will be broadcasted in the United States on AWE and www.awetv.com The action will originate from the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, England.
“This is a great fight with a lot of meaning,” said AWE CEO Charles Herring. “If it wasn’t for injuries, Brook could be a world champion today and for him to risk his title shot against Senchenko, who is a former world champion and has a knockout over Ricky Hatton shows that we will have a great fight on October 26th. Plus the implications are huge with the winner basically guaranteed a title shot, continues to show the type of fights we want to bring to AWE.” (more…)
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