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Danny Garcia holds open media workout

Danny Garcia holds open media workout

Story & Photos by John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Junior welterweight champion Danny "Swift" Garcia, 28-0, 16 KOs, held an open training session ...

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Photos: Briggs and Klitschko nearly square off; Michael Moorer intervenes

Photos: Briggs and Klitschko nearly square off; Michael Moorer intervenes

Unified heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and the last U..S. heavyweight champion of the world Shannon Briggs nearly made a fight between them ...

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Benavidez blitzes Auraad, Valdez dominates Ruiz, McCumby shuts down Gbenga

Benavidez blitzes Auraad, Valdez dominates Ruiz, McCumby shuts down Gbenga

Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank Local welterweight hero Benavidez (21-0, 15 KOs), fighting for the first time at home since 2011, made ...

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Ex-champ Montiel vaporizes Ruiz

Ex-champ Montiel vaporizes Ruiz

Photos: Zanfer Promotions Former three-division world champion Fernando "KOchulito" Montiel (51-4-2, 39 KOs) needed just 96 seconds to annihilate Jesus "Chito" Rios (30-5-1, ...

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Golovkin demolishes Geale

Golovkin demolishes Geale

By Matt Richardson at ringside Photos: Emily Harney WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (30-0, 27 KOs) scored a third round demolition of former world ...

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Danny Garcia holds open media

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Boxing News

Mack vs Johnson is on again

The IBF light heavyweight world title eliminator between Yusaf Mack (28-2-2, 17 KOs) and former world champion Glen “The Road Warrior” Johnson (49-13-2, 33 KOs) has been rescheduled for February 5 in Miami. The scheduled 12-rounder was originally slated for January 30 to take place on the cancelled Mosley-Berto card in Las Vegas. The fight will now air on ESPN2 Friday Night Fights.



January 22nd, 2010



Boxing News

Siler to make pro debut

2004 Olympian Ron Siler (0-0) will make his pro debut on Saturday in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Hyatt Hotel’s Grand Ball Room. His opponent Angel De La Cruz (0-0) from Washington, D.C. is also making his pro debut. The event is presented by Cincinnati promoter Andrew Williams’ R&R Promotions, Inc. Golden Boy Promotions’ Adriene Bronner is also on the card, as well as Brandon Bennett.



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Jones: Let Margarito fight

Photo: Team Jones

Carson Jones is slated to face Antonio Margarito on March 13th, pending Texas approval of Margarito’s application for a boxing license. There has been a loud public outcry opposing Margarito’s reinstatement from concerned fans and boxing figures. “If Margarito is not allowed to fight, that takes food off of my table and robs me of a chance to show the world that I am the real deal and hurts me far more than it does Antonio Margarito,” said Jones, who recently demolished the much-hyped Tyrone Brunson on ShoBox. “I wish people would stop trying to prevent this fight from happening. This is a dream fight for me and something I have worked all my life for to have an opportunity to do. The public needs to let me handle the punishing of Antonio Margarito, because that is exactly what I will do if he is allowed to fight me on March 13th. I ask all the people who want this fight stopped, to just support me on March 13th when I pull off my second upset in a row. I think he has learned his lesson and I am not concerned at all about him trying to do any of the things that he has been accused of doing in the past. This is supposed to be his comeback fight, it will be his retirement fight also, trust me.”



January 22nd, 2010

Scale Watch

Weights from NYC

Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank

Superstar Felix Trinidad poses with WBO World Featherweight Champion Steven Luevano and WBO Jr. World Featherweight Champion Juan Manuel Lopez after both fighters weighed in, Luevano at 126 lbs, Lopez at 125.5 lbs). They meet on Saturday night at  Madison Square Garden. Also WBA Featherweight Champion Yuriorkis Gamboa weighed in at 126 lbs, while chellenger Rogers Mtagwa scaled in at 122.5 lbs. Top Rank promotes this event in association with Arena Box-Promotion and PR Best Boxing. Click here for more photos…



January 22nd, 2010

Scale Watch

Weights from Germany

ARENA

Ondrej Pala 228 vs. Robert Hawkins 243
Konstantin Airich 222 vs. Alex Mazikin ??
Felix Diaz 140 vs. Bronislav Kubin 142
Mahir Oral 161 vs. Fabio Liggieri 161
Yakup Saglam 225 vs. Yuri Lunev 223
Özlem Sahin 109 vs. Olga Harton 105
Christian Pawlak 168 vs. Denis Sirjatovs 163
Patrick Dobroschi 168 vs. Jevgenis Kiselevs 170
Jaromir Soukup 202 vs. Florians Strupits 201
Venue: Kugelbake-Halle, Cuxhaven. Germany
Promoter: Arena Box-Promotion
TV: Eurosport



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Erdei vacates WBC title

WBC cruiserweight champion Zsolt Erdei has vacated the WBC title in order to return to the light heavyweight division, where he previously ruled as WBO champion. Negotiations will begin immediately for a fight for the vacant title between WBC #1 rated Krzysztof Wlodarczyk and WBC #2 Giacobbe Fragomeni, both former world champions.



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Sampson Boxing inks Ruiz

Mexican super flyweight prospect Hugo “Cuatito” Ruiz the youngest of the famed Ruiz fighting family of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico has signed a exclusive promotional contract with Sampson Lewkowicz’s SAMPSON BOXING LLC, this 21 year old has joined the same stable that includes World Champions, Gabriel Campillo, Chris Johns, Johnriel CasImiro, Donnie Nietes as well as Marvin Sonsona, Ciso Morales, Michael Domingo, Hector Saldivia,Victor Cayo, Javier Fortuna, Victor Terrazas, Juan Jose Montes, Norberto Gonzalez and Victor Proa. Heriberto Ruiz Sr. and Fernando Dominguez co-managers have no doubt that soon Hugo will have a opportunity to fight for a world title. Hugo Ruiz with a record of 22-1- 21 KO’s will see action on February 13th 2010 in La Paz, BCS, Mexico and this event will be televised by Mexican TV giant Televisa this show will be promoted by Hector Garcia of HG Boxing who has joined forces with SAMPSON BOXING LLC.



January 22nd, 2010

Scale Watch

Weights from Pittsburgh

Rayco Saunders 174.25 vs Demetrius Davis 174.5
Rod Salka 137.5 vs Mario Hayes 139
Andres Taylor 194.5 vs William Bailey 192
Kieyon Bussey 126 vs Rasool Shakoor 126
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Pittsburgh, PA



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Fight Glove Friday

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January 22nd, 2010

Feature Story

Mtagwa ready for Gamboa!

Story by Rick Scharmberg

Rogers “The Tiger” Mtagwa (26-13-2, 18 KOs) will challenge Cuban sensation Yuriorkis Gamboa (16-0, 14 KOs) for Gamboa’s WBA featherweight title this Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Mtagwa, who was born in Dodima, Tanzania and moved to Philadelphia in 2000, earned this shot with game performance against WBO super bantamweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez, of Puerto Rico on October 10 . . . Click here for more



January 22nd, 2010

Feature Story

Marquez on the rise!

Story by Gerardo Martinez

On January 29, Archie Ray Marquez (9-0, 7 KOs) will be putting his perfect record on the line against tough, more experienced Derrick Campos (20-7, 11 KOs) from Topeka, Ks. The fight, televised as the co-main on Showtime’s ShoBox next Friday, not only marks his second TV bout, but packs the potential to create national recognition for the 21 year old New Mexico native . . . Click here for full story



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Golden Boy inks Alvarez

Golden Boy

Golden Boy Promotions inked WBC Youth welterweight titleholder Saul “Canelo” Alvarez today during a press conference in Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico. “I want to show everyone that I will be a world champion and that I’m ready to fight the best fighters in the world,” said Alvarez. At just 19 years old, Guadalajara’s Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (30-0-1, 22 KOs) has quickly become the most talked about young Mexican boxer today. A date and opponent for Canelo’s first fight with Golden Boy Promotions will be announced soon.



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

New foe needed for Sylvester

Navascues fails drug test

Handlers of IBF middleweight champion Sebastian Sylvester are looking for a new challenger after Sylvester’s scheduled opponent Pablo Navascues tested positive for a banned substance. Promoter Sauerland Event has announced that Sylvester will fight as scheduled on January 30 at the Jahnsportforum in Neubrandenburg, Germany. The new opponent is expected to be named shortly.



January 22nd, 2010

Announcement

Manfredo workout open to public

Super middleweight contender Peter “The Pride of Providence” Manfredo Jr. will break camp this weekend and hold two public workouts in The Shops Concourse at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut, just one week ahead of his NABF title bout against Matt “The Predator” Vanda set for Friday, January 29th in the Mohegan Sun Arena, presented by TKO Boxing Promotions . . . Click here for more



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Clottey on a mission

Photo: Robert Hughes

By Robert Hughes

The African nation of Ghana has given the world a few really good boxers. Azumah Nelson, Ike Quartey and Ben Tackie come to mind. Now 32-year-old welterweight Joshua Clottey is working hard to be remembered like Nelson, a winner of three world championships. Was life growing up in Ghana hard? “Very, very, hard,” Clottey said. “Ghana, you know, there is nothing there. When you are a young guy you have to fight to get ahead,” Clottey said. Boxing was his way to do just that. Fighting has put Clottey in the hearts and minds of his countrymen. If he retired tomorrow, his career would be memorialized with those of Quartey and Tackie. (more…)



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Rojas-Espadas presser

Photo: WBC

An unusual press conference took place yesterday in a hotel in Mexico City to inform in great detail what will be the promotion of February 20th, in Merida, with the bout between WBC featherweight world champion, Elio Rojas, of the Dominican Republic, who will put his title on the line, and his challenger, Guty Espadas, of Mexico, being the main event; of course, Espadas is the crowd favorite as he will be fighting at home, in addition to the fact that he was the champion of the same division some time ago. For more details and photos click here…



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Demarco good to go

Photo: Main Events Media

With only two weeks to go, the interim WBC lightweight champion Antonio DeMarco (23-1-1, 17 KOs) feels more than ready for the biggest night of his life when he faces the full-fledged champion Edwin Valero (26-0, 26 KOs) for the absolute title on February 6th in Monterrey, MX. “Many things pass through my mind before a fight. I feel very motivated, optimistic and I just want the day to be here already, that moment so that I can feel the adrenaline and do what I really love doing which is to climb into the ring and feel those butterflies in my stomach,” DeMarco of Tijuana, MX, by way of Los Mochis, stated. “We are in great shape, we feel good and with only two weeks to go I would dare to say that if the fight was tomorrow, we would be ready.” (more…)



January 22nd, 2010

Boxing News

Agbeko-Malinga Purse Bid

A purse bid was held in the IBF Office today for the IBF Bantamweight Eliminator #1 between Joseph Agbeko and Vusi Malinga. Branco Sports Productions was the winning bidder with a bid of $70,000 and Don King Productions bid $50,000. Branco Sports Productions have 90 days to put the fight on.



January 22nd, 2010

Scale Watch

At the scales in Vegas

For tomorrow night’s Crown Boxing card at the Orleans Casino in Las Vegas:
Erick Vega 204 vs. Henry Namauu 200*
* Vega was four pounds overweight; has two hours to make weight.

David Yanez 129 vs. Rocco Santomauro 127
Rodrigo Romero 124 vs. Alexis Santiago 122
Jairo Delgado 127 vs. Brian Battease 127
Juan Alcolea 136 vs. Raul Duhart 145**
** Duhart 8 lbs. heavy. Fight will probably not happen unless Duhart can drop several pounds and Alcolea camp settles for new contractual weight.



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Lopez, Luevano ready for Saturday

Photo: Ed Mulholland

By Matt Richardson

As the spotlight wanes on the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao mega-match implosion, boxing and its myriad of young talent will move on. The first step in this process begins this weekend at the theater in Madison Square Garden when two of the sports brightest stars box in compelling, competitive fights against quality opponents. This is what boxing is about. The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight would have been nice to have to look forward to. But boxing will be fine as long as fight cards of Saturday’s nature continue to be made. For more details and photos click here…



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Sosa team helping Haiti

Missing boxers found

Photo: Ivan Cabrera

By Robert Coster

Inhabitants of the Colonia Constitucion in Mexico City heeded the call from former WBC light flyweight champion Edgar Sosa to come to the help of earthquake victims in Haiti, providing canned foods, medicine and water. Sosa, a very popular sports figure in Mexico, had this to say, “We cannot be indifferent to the tragedy in Haiti and I’m hoping that Mexicans everywhere will join us in this humanitarian effort.”
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Promoter Jacques Deschamps informs that junior welterweight Evens Pierre (12-0, 11 KOs) and junior featherweight Johny Orisme (4-1, 1 KO) have been found alive. Pierre, however, lost his house in the powerful earthquake that wrecked havoc on the Caribbean Island last week. “We were training in our gym when everything started to shake. We were able to run out of there before the gym collapsed” declared Pierre. Also safe was young amateur Wilson Supreme who will be turning pro soon. Prospects Pierre and Orisme live and fight out of Panama.



January 21st, 2010

Scale Watch

Weights from Ontario, CA

Photo: Carlos Baeza/Thompson boxing

Patrick Lopez 140.5 vs John Brown 139
Daniel Hernandez 133.5 vs Baudel Cardenas 133
Hector Serrano 141.5 vs Cristian Favela 140.5
Efrain Esquvias 124.5 vs Randy Arrellin 125.5
Hilario Lopez 158 vs Alberto Herrera 153
Johnatan Garcia 138 vs Anthony Reyes 139.5
Venue: Doubletree Hotel, Ontario, CA
Click here for more photos…



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Paris, Cunningham Back in Detroit

By Bob Ryder

Vernon Paris and Darryl Cunningham return to ring action sharing the co main events for promoters Carlos Llinas International Productions (CLIP) and Ron Remus Productions next presentation at downtown Detroit’s Masonic Temple on Friday, January 29. Paris will face Corey Alarcon over eight rounds. Alarcon handed highly touted Victor Ortiz his first loss (by DQ) back in 2005 and will be attempting to spoil Paris’ undefeated mark as well. Super middleweight Cunningham looks to notch his eleventh win a row and continue edging his way up the national rankings in his scheduled eight versus Skyler Thompson. Local heavyweights Ali Mansour and Walter Burns appear in separate bouts as well as other hometown favorites Brian Mihtar, Willie Fortune, Sidney Gurley, Ray Darden, and Luigi Gjokaj. Tickets are available through ticketmaster.com or at 800-745-3000. Doors open at 7 PM with first fight at 8 PM.



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Cruisers headline Orleans Casino

A cruiserweight showdown will headline Crown Boxing’s “Friday Night Fights” at the Orleans Casino in Las Vegas this Friday. In the main event, Phoenix cruiser Erick “Dynamite” Vega (8-4-2, 6 KOs) takes on Henry Namauu (4-3, 3 KOs), of Las Vegas. In the co-main, Las Vegas lightweights Rocco Santomauro (1-0) and David Yanez (0-1-1) clash in a four-rounder. Also scheduled: Phoenix featherweight Alexis Santiago (1-0) takes on Vegas’ Rodrigo Romero (1-3); Vegas featherweight Brian Battease (5-1-2, 1 KO) fights Denver’s Jairo Delgado (3-3, 3 KOs); and Vegas welterweights Raul Duhart (2-1, 2 KOs) and Juan Alcolea (0-1) open the show in a four-rounder. Doors open at 6 p.m., first bout starts at 7. Tickets starting at $25 are on sale now at The Orleans Box office at 702-365-7075.



January 21st, 2010

Feature Story

NM’s Trout rises to WBA No. 1

Story & photos by Chris Cozzone

Even Austin “No Doubt” Trout (21-0, 13 KOs) has to pinch himself to make sure he’s not dreaming.

After a long, slow five-year climb barely out of the club level, Trout has not only found his name ranked among the world’s best, but just one notch below world championship honors . . . Click here for more



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Lopez-Luevano Presser pics

Gamboa a no-show at presser

Photo: Ed Mulholland

WBO jr featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez, WBO featherweight champion Steven Luevano and top ten contender Rogers Mtagwa appeared at a news conference today in advance of the big world title doubleheader which will take place Saturday in the Madison Square Garden Theater. WBA featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa was a surprising no-show at the presser, although he is expected to be at tomorrow’s weigh-in. Click here for more photos…



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Roach tells Pacman to rest

By Nick Giongco

Instead of Thursday, Manny Pacquiao will report for training at the Wild Card in Hollywood on Friday so he can recharge his batteries after attending the two-city press tour promoting his March 13 fight with Joshua Clottey. This was the instructions made by Wild Card guru Freddie Roach to the Filipino fighter himself the moment they landed near LAX International late Wednesday night. “See you Friday, Manny,” Roach told Pacquiao, who were together on an eight-seater plane that also carried Pacquiao lawyer Franklin Gacal, Canadian adviser Mike Koncz, training assistant Roger Fernandez and Manila Bulletin/Fightnews. Pacquiao made stops in Dallas and New York the last couple of days and since it was almost midnight when he got back in Los Angeles, Roach just advised him to recharge his batteries for the start of training camp on Friday.



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Lou Duva Feature Film

Producer John Edmonds Kozma (Nick Cassavetes’ Kentucky Rhapsody) has announced plans to turn the life of legendary boxing trainer and manager Lou Duva into a feature film. “We’ve seen a lot of great films about fighters in the past,” says Kozma. “Whether about real-life legends like Jake LaMotta or Muhammad Ali, or fictional characters like Rocky Balboa, Hollywood has always focused on the guy in the ring. I thought it would be a great slant on the genre if we told the story through the eyes of someone who lived through it, and observed it, for over 80 years. Lou’s literally a walking history book…and has a million colorful tales to tell.” (more…)



January 21st, 2010

Feature Story

Viloria back from the brink

Chris Cozzone

By Karl Freitag

Flash back to January 2008. When former world champion and U.S. Olympian Brian Viloria entered the ring for his fight against Jose Garcia Bernal it seemed about as far from the glamor of big time pro boxing as possible. Picture an outdoor parking lot in South Central Los Angeles surrounded by barbed wire that almost looks like a prison yard. Then add in a driving rainstorm. Brian had to be carried from a make-shift tent which was functioning as a dressing room to the ring by his handlers so that his boxing boots wouldn’t get soaked in the eight inches of water that had collected en route to the parking lot ring.

It was a dramatic fall from grace for the former world champion Viloria, who had gone from headlining televised shows and appearing in featured bouts on big pay-per-view telecasts to being buried deep on non-televised undercard bouts. (more…)



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Shumenov seeks redemption

A comprehensive analysis by punch stat compiler CompuBox supports Team Shumenov’s original contention, as well as the contention of the vast majority of fans in attendance, that Beibut Shumenov deserved to win a unanimous 12-round decision against Gabriel Campillo in their August 15, 2009 WBA light heavyweight world championship fight. Campillo, however, was able to hold on to his WBA world title by way of a controversial decision that was announced as unanimous but changed the following day to a majority decision (114-113 John Coyle, 113-113 Glenn Feldman, 115-111 Pasquale Procopio) when a scoring error was discovered. The controversy surrounding the scoring has led to their January 29 world title rematch at The Joint at Hark Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. (more…)



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

“Ring Stars” to light up Feb. 6

Pirog, Ibragimov and Demyanenko headline

By Alexey Sukachev

Forced postponement can be a huge setback for a pre-planned event but this is not the case for the upcoming “Ring Stars” boxing show, which was originally scheduled to take place on Dec. 19 at the sports arena of luxury Aquarium hotel inside the “Crocus City” megamall in Moscow, Russia. The whole tournament was removed a month and a half away from its original date following a hand injury, suffered by one of its headliners. Timur Ibragimov (26-2, 14 KOs), who is best known for a draw against Kevin Johnson in 2004 and a spirited win over Timo Hoffmann in 2007, is now healthy and fully prepared to deliver his best game when the fight time finally comes. The Uzbek heavyweight, an initial headliner of the show, promoted by Yuri Fedorov Sports Lab, faces Tanzanian Awadh Tamim (11-1, 6 KOs with the single NC) for a vacant WBA International title. (more…)



January 21st, 2010

UFC

Lesnar: The king is back

After several weeks of tense speculation,UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar ended the waiting, appearing on ESPN’s SportsCenter to let the world know that he’s returning to the Octagon after a serious bout with diverticulosis . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC.com



January 21st, 2010

Feature Story

Adamek: From 175 to 222 pounds

“Don’t call me small anymore!”

Mike Gladysz

By Przemek Garczarczyk

When you look at Tomasz Adamek (39-1, 27 KO) today, it’s hard to believe that this is the same guy who just three years ago was a light heavyweight WBC champion, bringing 175 pounds to the scale. Adamek version 2010 is a heavyweight contender, with 222 pounds of muscle and power. “And speed, don’t forget about my speed and precision!” – says still “The Ring” magazine cruiserweight champion, a Polish native who dreams that this year he could add another – heavyweight – belt to his New Jersey home. “Goral” Adamek prepares to fight Jason Estrada at Prudential Center on February 6 and speaks about his transformation. (more…)



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

TONIGHT: Through the Ropes!

Guests: Nick Charles and Adam Pollack

Boxing fans, get ready to climb “Through the Ropes” with the #1 boxing news radio show hosted by award winning boxing writer Marc Lichtenfeld! This week’s guests are Nick Charles and Bob Fitzsimmons biographer Adam Pollack. Call or email your questions to ttropes@earthlink.net. Through The Ropes airs live coast to coast on Thursday nights from 9:00 – 10:00 ET on 75 affiliates of the Sports Byline USA Broadcast Network, including great radio stations like KSHP 1400 AM in Las Vegas and WNSR 560 AM in Nashville. The one-hour show will also be heard on American Forces Network, Sportsbyline.com and Fightnews.com. Fightnews readers can listen live by clicking here tonight at 9PM ET.



January 21st, 2010

Boxing News

Jab Promotions update

By Alexey Sukachev

One cannot imagine a better year for a brand new promotional company than 2009 was for the recently created Jab Promotion boxing group, co-ruled by its president Vitaly Supichenko and former European bantamweight titlist Alexander Yagupov. The dynamic duo started their mutual partnership in the fall of 2008 and after just one year of work this St. Petersburg-based company has something to be proud of. Jab Promotion was the only Russian promoter who was able to get its fighters a big time abroad (not once but twice)… and a shot at world title as well. It would have been even bigger if Ali Ismailov and Dmitry Sukhotsky had won their WBO championships but either way they had been close enough to pull off the upsets while fighting at backyards of Victor Emilio Ramirez and Jürgen Brähmer correspondingly to create some controversy around the results. (more…)



January 21st, 2010




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