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Unbeaten European lightweight John Murray (30-0, 19 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over Andriy Kudryavtsev (34-8, 15 KOs) on Saturday night at the Robin Park Centre in Wigan, England. Murray was in command all the way and got the stoppage at 2:39. No knockdowns in the bout.
In other action, heavyweight Albert Sosnowski (46-3-1, 28 KOs) rebounded from his world title loss to Vitali Klitschko with a first round TKO over Paul Butlin (12-12, 3 KOs). Butlin was down twice in absorbing his seventh straight loss.
Jr middleweight Prince Arron (20-3-1, 3 KOs) stopped former fringe contender Mihaly Kotai (36-5-1, 16 KOs) in round six.
Photos by Rafael Soto/Zanfer Boxing
Flyweight contender Hernan “Tyson” Marquez (28-2, 22 KOs) returned to his winning ways with a fifth round stoppage of Valentín “Picoco” Leon (24-21-2, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the Centro de Usus Múltiples in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Marquez overpowered Leon from the opening round and got the KO when the game Leon chose to launch a “make or break” assault in round five. “I’m very happy with this victory. Picoco was an opponent with a lot of experience, but I came very well prepared and very motivated to win. Everything went well and I expect the company to re-schedule another fight soon,” stated Marquez, who ended a two fight losing streak against Filipinos Nonito Donaire and Richie Mepranum.
By Sam DiTusa
The “Cintron Fizer Shocks” promotion scheduled for this Saturday the 25th of September has been called off. Citing administrative over sights, president Joe Cintron said,” Due to un foreseen difficulties with the venue, our debut show has been called off. Thanks to the many fans who purchased tickets, all money will be refunded. Stay tuned for a make up date.”
By Ron Jackson
Khaphathe Mpambanyeni completely dominated Mthokozisi Malinga before blasting him out midway through the fifth round to win the vacant South African middleweight title on Saturday afternoon at Strandville near Durban. Mpambanyeni from the Limpopo Province but now based in Gauteng and trained by Nic Durandt, came out fast a the first bell to take the fight to his older and more experienced opponent. Malinga from KwaZulu Natal who fights out of Vosloorus in Gauteng had no answer to the power of his opponent and was down twice in the first round. It was the same pattern in round two when two big right hands had Malinga down again for counts. The desperate Malinga managed to survive through rounds three and four but midway through the fifth he continued to take a battering and when he was not fighting back the referee stepped in to wave off the fight. Mpambanyeni takes his reported record 7-2; 7 and Maling drops to 8-4-1; 1. The tournament was presented by Ludonga Promotions.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Thai WBA challenger Denkaosan Kaovichit (50-2-1, 20 KOs) successfully completed his first day of training in Panama City with Durong Sawadde as his trainer and Kittiphong Kuiyarat as his manager. The fight between Kaovichit and the Panamanian Luis “El Nica” Concepcion (21-1, 16 KOs) will happen on Saturday October 2 at the XXII WBA KO Drugs Festival inside the Roberto Duran Arena. “I am sure that I will be victorious in this fight. I trust in my experience and training that I am carrying out with my team, this fight is very important since it brings me to the doors of a world title holder,” says Kaovichit. more photos
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Photos: Peter Frutkoff
The card on Friday night at the Plattduesche Restaurant in Franklin Square New York had many difficult circumstances, forcing two main events to be cancelled in the closing week. However Promoter Bob Duffy and Boxing 360 worked hard to put on a competitive four bout card. In the main event of the evening heavy handed cruiser Josh “Juice” Harris dropped Kamarah Pasley once en-route to a close eight round unanimous decision victory by score of 76-75, 76-75 and 78-73.
The original main event was cancelled when Lennox Allen suffered a death in the family and was not able to go on with the fight. In stepped the bout between undefeated light heavyweight prospect Ronson Frank and Philly’s Anthony Ferrante. That bout was also scratched when Ferrante came in three pounds overweight and an equitable agreement couldn’t be reached between the fighters. In stepped Cruiserweights Josh “Juice” Harris and Kamarah Pasley to fill the spotlight and they did so in good fashion. more + photos
By Tom Hebert, FightNews Canada
Canadian (NCC) Middleweight champion Adam “A-Bomb” Trupish punished Larry “Razor” Sharpe throughout the course of their encounter last night in Edmonton, Alberta, finally stopping the Manitoban fighter at 1:03 of the 10th and final round. Trupish (7-0, 4KOs) dropped Sharpe in rounds 3, 7 (with a punishing body shot), and finally for good in round 10. The bout was originally to be a title defense for Trupish’s Middleweight crown but when Sharpe (25-9, 12KOs) weighed in slightly over the limit, the promoter and the National Championship Committee agreed to stage the contest for the vacant 168 divisional title. With the victory, Trupish, a two time Canadian Olympian, wins his second professional title. (more…)
Last night at the El Paso County Coliseum, in front of just a few hundred fans, on a card promoted by Zeferino Entertainment, David Medina (22-2, 10 KOs) survived a seventh round knockdown to win a split verdict over Anthony Shuler (20-8-1, 14 KOs). Scores were 77-74 Shuler and 76-75, twice, for Medina. In the co-main, El Paso’s Abie Han (11-0, 9 KOs) cruised his way to a unanimous decision victory over Hilario Lopez (12-11, 8 KOs). Scores were 60-54 on all three cards. Also on the card: El Paso’s Cesar Valenzuela (5-0) won a unanimous decision over Las Cruces’ Lorenzo Estrada (3-17-11, 1 KO); and Oscar Valenzuela (2-0) won by fourth round TKO over debuter Joaquin Abilla (0-1).
Legendary former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali clowns around with boxing writer Burt Sugar as former Ali trainer Angelo Dundee looks on during the grand reopening 5th Street Gym in Miami this week.
Ringside by Gerardo Martinez
From the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino showroom: Former five-time world champ Johnny “Mi Vida Loca” Tapia (58-5-2, 30 KO’s) defeated journeyman Jose Alonso (32-16-2, 15 KOs) at 1:43 of the round fourth by TKO for a minor belt (IBC America junior lightweight title). In the co-main event, Frankie Archuleta (27-7-1, 14 KOs) won by unanimous decision over former Tapia foe Jorge Reyes ( 21-29-2, 17 KOs) with scores of 80-72 x 3 over ten rounds. In a 6-rounder at 132, Randy “Savage” Arrellin (6-3, 4 KOs) outscored Odessa, TX fighter Brandon Quintana (2-6, 2 KO’s) with scores of 60-56 x 3. At heavyweight, Josh Lanier (1-0) decisioned Eric Saavedra (0-1) with scores of 40-35 x 3 over four rounds. In a four-round bantamweight bout, Edson Renteria (1-4) outhustled El Paso’s Wesley Marquez (0-1) with scores of 40-36 x 3. In a 4-round light-heavyweight bout, Charles “The Beast” Alderete (1-0) made his pro debut, defeating Derrick Casaus (0-1) with scores of 39-36, 39-37, 39-36.
With his almost permanently dour expression, Mirko Cro Cop will never go down as one of the most vibrant personalities in mixed martial arts history, and when you enter the Octagon to the strains of Duran Duran, it isn’t exactly the type of music that gets an arena amped up for the battle to follow. . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC
By Joe Koizumi
WBA flyweight champ Daiki Kameda (18-2, 11 KOs), 112, managed to retain his belt as he displayed a last surge from the ninth on, winning a unanimous decision (116-112, 117-112 and 118-110) over ex-titlist Takefumi Sakata (36-6-2, 17 KOs), 112, over twelve lousy rounds on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan. It was an encounter of Japanese compatriots, but was neither a clean fight nor a technically beautiful bout. Kameda, 21, looked least skillful, but attempted to score with big punches, while Sakata, 30, showed his trademark workman style by monotonously going forward without throwing many jabs. (More to come)
By Nick Giongco
Manny Pacquiao continued to give trainer Freddie Roach a million and one reasons to smile after they held their last training session in Metro Manila on Saturday afternoon. Pacquiao and Roach have been working out at the Elorde Boxing Gym on Del Monte Avenue corner Roosevelt since Monday and the celebrated trainer has nothing but praises for the pound-for-pound king who has a Nov. 13 date against Antonio Margarito in Dallas.
“Manny continues to work hard and he is good to fight in the next four years if he still continues to show the drive,” said Roach told reporters, stressing that the power is still there even though the Filipino hasn’t fought since March. (more…)
By Enrico “Erik” Crociati
Young Italian light welterweight Samuele Esposito (5-1, 3 KOs) won the first national title of his pro career on Friday night at Parma in the local Sports Hall, Italy. Esposito outscored veteran former national challenger Alfredo Di Feto (19-9-1, 8 KOs) over ten strong and brutal rounds of boxing and took home the Italian belt at 147 lbs. It was a give-and-take affair starting from the opening minute, and Esposito got a split decision through scores of 96-93; 95-93 and 93-95.
On the undercard, bantamweight national contender Pio Antonio Nettuno (6-1, 1 KOs) was back in action and scored a six-round decision win over Bulgarian trialhorse Fikret Remziev (4-12, 3 KOs) Sergio Cavallari promoted with Rai Sport Più televising.
Junior Welterweight Patrick “El Elegante” Lopez (20-2) is chomping at the bit to get at Tim “The Pit Bull” Coleman (17-1-1, 4 KOs) for the USBA/IBF title at Chumash Indian Casino in Santa Ynez Valley on October 1. “I can’t wait to get in the ring next Friday. I feel more ready than ever to take on Coleman. I’m motivated because he has a title that I want and I want to show everyone that I am a more than just a worthy challenger. I am the destined champion” said Lopez as he closes training camp in Indio, California. Continued Lopez, “I read Coleman’s comments diminishing my stellar amateur career and how I represented my nation in two Olympics. I think Coleman should realize he barely got the USBA title against Aranoutis, if he thinks that was a tough fight he hasn’t seen anything yet.” (more…)
Former world title challenger Howard Eastman (46-7, 36 KO’s) of Guyana surprisingly lost to countryman Kwesi Jones (6-1, 3 KOs) by four round unanimous decision. The middleweight bout took place at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, in Georgetown, Guyana. Eastman unsuccessfully challenged Bernard Hopkins for the unified middleweight world titles in 2005. In other action hard punching cruiserweight Shawn Cox (11-1, 10 KOs) of Barbados won his first professional bout that went the distance as he unanimously decisioned Leon Gilkes of Guyana in 4 rounds. All of Cox’ prior victories had been by knockout. Cox is currently WBC CABOFE Cruiserweight champion.
Photos and report by Bob Ryder
Promoter TMS Fight Night, Greg Ahrens along with Executive Producer Henry Grooms, HCG 5-Star Productions presented a four bout card on Friday night at Bert’s Entertainment Center in Detroit. In a crackling good main event junior middleweights Chad Greenleaf, Parkersburg, WV and Ali Tareh, Tampa, FL put on an action packed brawl for the fans. Plenty of two way back and forth exchanges with little clinching permeated the entire contest. Tareh stunned Greenleaf in the first however, in what would be a constant throughout this bout, Chad battled his way back with clubbing combinations of his own. Ali stepped up his attack to the body in the third, hurting Chad again and at this point seemed to be on the verge of taking control. Greenleaf though dug in and rocked Tareh in the fifth with several hard shots sending Ali to the canvas in a semi delayed reaction. Tareh managed to rise but referee Frank Garza waved it off at 2:59 of the round as Ali was clearly unable to defend himself. Greenleaf improves to (13-16-1, 6 KOs) while Tareh declines to (9-8-4, 4 KOs). For more details and photos click here…
By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photo by Sroi Mungmee
WBC #27 strawweight Yodgoen Tor Chalermchai (5-0, 3 KOs) won a unanimous decision over PABA #6 Jetly Purisima (reportedly 9-8-1) to retain his WBC youth 105 lb title on Friday at Siam Society Hotel and Resort in Bangkapi, Bangkok, Thailand. The local news reported that this bout was a close affair but the Thai fighter was favored because of his more accurate punches. Scored: 96-94,95-94 and 98-92 for the retaining champion. Yodgoen, a former Muay thai champion, kept his WBC youth belt for the second time. In other action, former WBC flyweight champion Medgoen Singsurat (69-6, 47 KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Pathomchai Pathomphothong. Also, WBC #38 light flyweight Yodmongkol Wor Saengthep (9-2, 7 KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Justin Golden Boy of Indonesia. This event was promoted by Petchyindee Boxing Promotion.
Eric Hunter 125 vs. Andre Wilson 124
Gary Russell Jr. 126 vs. Willie Villanueva 125.5
Dominic Wade 162 vs. Freddie Montoya 158
Deontay Wilder 220 vs. Shannon Caudle TBA
Alex Guerrero 194.5 vs. Dustin Schnakenberg 199
Venue: Fitz Casino, Tunica, Mississippi
Promoter: Prize Fight
Former heavyweight title challenger Matt Skelton has vowed to make his experience count when he enters the Prizefighter Heavyweights IV at York Hall on October 9 – with Kickboxing his secret weapon. At 43 years of age, Skelton is the oldest man on the bill in the 14th outing of Barry Hearn’s eight-man, one night tournament live on Sky Sports, but Skelton says he will draw on his experience from his successful Kickboxing career to cope with the stop-start frenetic paced night of action in East London.
“It’s a bit of a different concept to what I am used to fighting in the last four or five years with the three rounds then the break,” said Skelton. “But I used to do that in Japan in a similar way with Kickboxing because there were a lot of tournaments that were like that, and even though it was a long while ago, I can still remember how to cope with that so I’ll be using that on the night. (more…)
Teon Kennedy 122 vs. Alex Becerra 120
(for vacant NABA super bantamweight title)
Tommie Speller 166.5 vs. Dennis Hasson 167.5
Dillet Frederick 143 vs. Ronald Cruz 145
Treysean Wiggins 142.5 vs. Jason Sosa 138.5
Chris Green 134.5 vs. Deroy Beaton 137.5
Julio DeJesus 138 vs. Linwood Hurd 138.5
Rashad Brown 163 vs. Greg Hackett 166.5
Venue: Grand Ballroom, Bally’s Atlantic City, New Jersey
Promoter: Peltz Boxing Promotions, Inc.
Photo by Enrique “Quique” Vázquez/Promociones Miguel Cotto, Inc.
Victor Bisbal 236 vs. Brock Stodden 217
Juan González 135.5 vs. Angel Daniel Lorenzana 136
Marcos Jiménez 130.2 vs. Robert Daluz 128
Abner Cotto 135 vs. Enrique Quiñones 135
Irvin Torres 133 vs. Jonathan Cruz 134
Alvin Torres 131 vs. Gadiel Andaluz 130.5
Onell Negrón 132 vs. Christopher Rivera 129
Emanuelle González 130 vs. Nelson Casanova 128.2
Venue: Angel “Cholo” Espada Coliseum
Promoter: Promociones Miguel Cotto and H2 Entertainment
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Photo by Rafael Soto/Zanfer
Ramón García 108 vs. Manuel Vargas 108
Humberto Mauro Gutiérrez 135.1 vs. René González 132.3
David Gaspar 116.1 vs. Jesús Ceja 119.2
José Cayetano 121.7 vs. Daniel González 119.7
Raúl Hirales 119.9 vs. Fernando Vargas 119.9
Víctor García 142.2 vs. Juan Pablo Bojórquez 138
Byron González 129.2 vs. Francisco Javier Vargas 129.2
Daniel Modad 117.5 vs. Mario Lara 113.5
Venue: El Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Promoter: Zanfer Boxing
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By Bob Ryder
Chaos at the Colosseum at Caesars Windsor Casino featuring Ronald Hearns in the main event has been postponed. The show was beset with issues from the start. Initially announced opponent for Hearns, Brian Mihtar thought he had locked up the opportunity of his career only to find out that Hearns’ camp was not interested in the fight from a risk/reward standpoint. As other opponents were sought for Hearns, promoters and organizers of the show worked to fill out the card including an attractive match up featuring Darryl Cunningham vs. Aaron Pryor, Jr.. Rumors of passport problems and other difficulties were circulating behind the scenes and perhaps contributed to the postponement. Hopefully things can get ironed out for the future as this is an excellent venue to stage boxing in the Detroit/Windsor area. (more…)
From the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana at 10pm ET / 7pm PT. Fans can also tune in to Spike TV at 9pm ET / 6pm PT to see live UFC 119 preliminary bouts.
Mirko Cro Cop 227 vs. Frank Mir 252
Ryan Bader 205 vs.Antonio Rogerio Nogueira 205
Chris Lytle 171 vs.Matt Serra 170
Evan Dunham 156 vs.Sean Sherk 155
Jeremy Stephens 155 vs.Melvin Guillard 155
Joe Doerksen 186 vs.CB Dollaway 186
Joey Beltran 239 vs.Matt Mitrione 253
Pat Audinwood 156 vs.Thiago Tavares 155
Waylon Lowe 154 vs.Steve Lopez 156
Julio Paulino 170 vs.TJ Grant 170
Sean McCorkle 263 vs.Mark Hunt 265
By Przemyslaw Garczarczyk
“I will shock Poland tommorow night. Nobody gives me a chance for an upset, but I will silnce my critics and Włodarczyk with my fists” – said Jason Robinson (19-5, 11 KO) during todays weigh-in “Złote Tarasy” shopping complex in Warsaw, Poland. Robinson will challenge defending WBC cruiserweight champion and former IBF champion Krzysztof “Diablo” Włodarczyk (43-2-1, 32 KO) in his native country. Both fighters were in top form – Krzysztof Włodarczyk weighed 197.3 lbs and his American rival, Jason Robinson 199.5 lbs. “Robinson is a southpaw but I’m a better boxer. I will prove this without a a doubt tommorow night” – answered “Diablo” visibly more relaxed then before his latest fights.
By Ron Jackson
Mthokozisi Malinga and Khaphathe Mpambanyeni meet over 12 rounds for the vacant South African middleweight title on Saturday afternoon at Strandville near Durban. The title became vacant when Peter Mashamaite was unable to defend the title as he was already committed to a more lucrative fight for the vacant WBO Africa middleweight title against Ismail Tetteh of Ghana on July 31. Mashamaite outpointed Tetteh. Malinga from KwaZulu Natal who fights out of Vosloorus in Gauteng has a reported record of (8-3-1, 1 KO), is the number one contender in the most recent Boxing SA rankings, made his pro debut in June 1998 with points decision over Vusi Mngomezulu. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
Photo by Jeff Ellis
Promoter Rodney Berman of Golden Gloves Promotions has announced details for a blockbuster bill on November 6 at Emperors Palace in Kempton Park, dubbed “Declaration of War” headed by Isaac Chilemba of Malawi defending his IBO super middleweight belt against South Africa’s Thomas Oosthuizen. Chilemba, who has been fighting at light heavyweight, came down to super middleweight to outpoint Australian Michael Bolling by wide margins in a clash for the vacant IBO belt in June this year. The fight has developed into a real grudge affair as Oosthuizen (11-0, 8 KOs) and Chilemba (15-1, 8 KOs) both have shown their dislike for each other. (more…)
The Group Stage 3 matchups in the Super Six World Boxing Classic, the unprecedented boxing tournament from SHOWTIME Sports® featuring the world’s best super middleweights, have been rescheduled for November 27, it was announced today by Ken Hershman, Executive Vice President and General Manager for sports programming on the network.
The matchup between breakout American stars and friends, Andre Ward and Andre Dirrell, will headline the SHOWTIME® telecast on Saturday, Nov. 27, live at 9p.m. ET/PT. Ward vs. Dirrell, one of the most talked about matchups of the year, will be contested for Ward’s WBA championship and the newly vacated WBC belt, adding yet another dramatic layer to an already captivating fight.
Ward has already locked up his Semifinal berth, but will be protecting his title and undefeated professional record. Dirrell, conversely, needs a win to guarantee his place in the Semis. Dirrell conceivably could get in with two points but he would need help from fellow tournament competitors.
On the same night, Saturday, Nov. 27 from Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland, Arthur Abraham will meet former WBC titlist Carl Froch for their pivotal Group Stage 3 fight. Promoters Kalle Sauerland and Mick Hennessy are working with the Hartwell Arena to finalize details for the event. This bout, matching arguably the two toughest and most aggressive punchers in the Super Six, has been rescheduled from Oct. 2 due to a back injury to Froch.
Allan Green, whose Group Stage 3 bout with Mikkel Kessler was waylaid when Kessler withdrew from competition with an eye injury, has left the perennial contender without an opponent. A decision on Green’s Group Stage 3 bout is expected in the coming days. (more…)
By Sam DiTusa
New Promotional Company “Cintron Fizer Shocks” will promote their first professional boxing show on Saturday Sept 25th at the Soccer Center, 2610 Bay St, in Tacoma, Washington. Headlining the show will be Molly McConnell (10-2-5) against Kita Watkins, (5-7) in a scheduled 10 rounder for the WIBF 147 lb title. Also appearing will be several Cuban fighters from their Olympic team in 4 rounders. Tickets are priced starting at $25 and can be purchased at (619)964-6828, or at the door. The fights start at 7 PM. See you at the fights.
From the County Coliseum in El Paso for tonight’s Zeferino card:
Abie Han 154 vs. Hilario Lopez 161*
* Lopez was 5 lbs. over the contracted weight but fight will go on.
David Medina 166 vs. Anthony Shuler 165
Cesar Valenzuela 140 vs. Lorenzo Estrada 143
Oscar Valenzuela 142 vs. Joaquin Abilla 141
Crown Boxing returns to the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas with a card headlining local cruiserweight Henry Namauu (7-3, 5 KOs) taking on Jason “Friday the 13th” Douglas (8-2, 4 KOs) of Ontario, Canada. Both fighters are coming off recent TKO wins. Also scheduled for the card: undefeated Las Vegas super bantamweight Alexis Santiago (4-0, 1 KO) takes on Sergio Herrera (3-1-1), of Mexico; Las Vegas featherweight Rocco Santomauro (5-0) takes on rugged veteran Robert Guillen (5-7-3, 1 KO), of Glendale, Arizona, who seeks to end a three-bout losing streak; in a female bout, Vegas featherweight Mandy LaPointe (2-1-2, 1 KO) is up against Arizona’s Hondi Hernandez (5-4, 3 KOs), who is coming off a two-year layoff and four-bout losing streak; and, in the opening bout, heavyweight Chad Davis (2-6), of Phoenix, takes on Alvaro Morales (4-8-5), of Las Vegas. Tickets starting at $25 are on sale at the Rio box office at 702.777.7776.
On paper, it was a fight most people wanted to see, even if only to believe that the most resilient fighter of this era, former PRIDE and UFC heavyweight champion “Minotauro” Nogueira was still able to rise from the proverbial dead to pull off an improbable victory.
But for the man scheduled to be facing Nogueira on September 25th in Indianapolis, Frank Mir, it was going to be one of those fights where a win would be expected and a loss would be catastrophic. And after delivering a one-sided thrashing to Nogueira in their first meeting in December of 2008, how could he possibly top the emotional victory that earned him the interim UFC crown?. . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC
By Gabriel F. Cordero
The camps of WBA super weleterweight interim champion Nobuhiro Ishida of Japan and American mandatory challenger Austin Trout have arrived at an agreement that will permit to Ishida to take a voluntary defense against Mexican Rigoberto “Español” Álvarez, brother of Canelo Alvarez, on the condition that the Ishida-Alvarez winner do his mandatory defense against Trout in December.
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