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By Phil Doherty
Photos: Teresa Giordano and Oscar Palomino
Light heavyweight Azea “The Haitian Hitman” Augustama (16-1, 9 KOs) picked up the vacant WBC FECARBOX belt and a valuable lesson in proper pacing during his eight-round unanimous decision victory over Jermain “Choo Choo” Mackey (18-7, 14 KOs) last night at Casino Miami Jai Alai.
Augustama, the thirty-year old former 2008 Haitian Olympian and Golden Gloves champion, led the offense with higher volume and occasionally higher velocity on his shots against the flat-footed, arm-punching southpaw Mackey. After starting strong in the first three rounds behind double and triple jabs, left hooks to the body and straight rights down the pike, Augustama started to slow, allowing Mackey to mount a minor counterattack in the middle rounds.
Despite his apparent fatigue and a warning from referee Sam Burgos, Augustama accelerated again to score his biggest round in the fifth. A left-hook, straight right, left-hook combination dazed the resilient Mackey and he backed to the ropes in search of a brief reprieve. Sensing an opportunity, the “Hitman” started hitting with a blistering flurry of shots which racked up points but failed to floor the Bahamian. Reinvigorated after withstanding Augustama’s best, Mackey started digging blows to his opponents body to begin the sixth in an attempt to earn back lost momentum. (more…)
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By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Two highly-touted Maryland prospects continued their journey toward national prominence with solid victories Friday night during the Keystone Boxing Promotions card at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD.
In the main event, Undefeated Waldorf, MD junior welterweight Mike “Yes, Indeed” Reed scored a fifth-round TKO over a very game Jorge Marquez of Phoenix, AZ. The two men battled each other on the outside and especially on the inside throughout the contest. Reed’s speed may have given him the edge throughout the contest. (more…)
Jr middleweight Carson Jones has pulled out of his scheduled January 29 fight against Anthony Mundine citing the flu. According to news.com.au, promoter Khoder Nasser received an email from the Jones camp that included a doctor’s certificate. Nasser is desperately looking for another suitable opponent for Mundine and hopes he can salvage the Brisbane, Australia, card, which is just ten days away.
Photos: Pete Susens
Middleweight prospects Esquiva Falcao of Brazil and Ryota Murata of Japan bumped onto each other Saturday at The Top Rank Gym in Las Vegas as they prepare for their upcoming bouts. Murata and Falcao have some history as they met for middleweight gold in the 2012 London Olympics.
Now stablemates, Falcao is making his US debut February 15th in Hawaiian Gardens, California and Murata is taking on Carlos Nasciemento on February 22nd in Macao, China.
Om Saturday, Falcao sparred with Jessie Vargas and Murata worked with Brian Finney at The Top Rank Gym.
WBA #3, WBO #5 super flyweight David “Tornado” Sanchez (24-2-2, 19 KOs) of Mexico scored a spectacular fourth round KO over Filipino Marcos Demecillo (19-2-1, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Gimnasio del Estado in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Sanchez dropped the game Demecillo at the end of round four. Demecillo got about halfway up and then collapsed back to the canvas. Time was 2:56. With the win, Sanchez claimed the vacant WBA International super flyweight belt.
By Dave Spencer at ringside
In front of more than 20,000 spectators, former WBC light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal (29-2-1, 17 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over former IBF super middleweight champion Lucian Bute (31-2, 24 KOs) in an all-Canadian light heavyweight showdown at the at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Pascal rocked Bute in round two with a right hand and was able to impose his will with wild flurries and relentless aggression that overshadowed Bute’s moments. Bute came out second best in virtually every exchange until round twelve when Bute somehow battered Pascal but couldn’t get the stoppage. Scores announced by ring announcer Michael Buffer as 116-112, 117-110, 117-111, however HBO later announced that the official judges scorecards were read incorrectly on-air and the revised final scoring totals were 116-112, 118-110, 117-111.
In his first fight since his brutal war against Magomed Abdusalamov in November, heavyweight Mike Perez (20-0-1, 12 KOs) was lucky to get a ten round draw against underdog Carlos Takam (29-1-1, 23 KOs). Perez suffered a bad cut over the left eye from an accidental headbutt in round three, but trainer Abel Sanchez was able to halt the bleeding. Takam clearly outworked Perez down the stretch. Scores were 96-94, 95-95, 95-95. Ring announcer Michael Buffer never identified who the 96-94 card winner. (more…)
By Phil Doherty at ringside
Light heavyweight prospect Azea “The Haitian Hitman” Augustama (16-1, 9 KOs) picked up the vacant WBC Fecarbox belt by way of an eight-round unanimous decision victory over Bahamian Jermain “Choo Choo” Mackey (18-7, 14 KOs) from Casino Miami Jai Alai tonight. Augustama was the busier man throughout, mixing up the velocity and volume of his power shots to keep Mackey behind on all three judges cards. The final tally read 80-72 and 79-73 (twice) for the thirty-year-old Augustama.
Unbeaten Mexican super bantamweight Horacio “Violento” Garcia (25-0, 17 KOs) scored a first round TKO over Filipino veteran Fernando “Trigger” Lumacad (29-6-3, 12 KOs) on Saturday night at the Complejo Panamericano de Voleibol in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The end came when a punch by hometown hero Garcia injured Lumacad’s left wrist and he couldn’t continue. Garcia claimed the vacant WBC Continental Americas belt.
In the co-feature, former super flyweight and bantamweight female world champion Yazmin “La Rusita” Rivas (29-8, 9 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Calixta “Cali” Silgado (11-2-2, 8 KOs).
By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Boxing Beat
Fast-moving southpaw Go Odaira (9-3-3, just a KO), 105, seized the vacant Japanese 105-pound belt as he defeated taller and more hard-punching Masashi Tada (11-4-1, 7 KOs), 105, by a unanimous decision (99-92 and 98-92 twice) over ten hard-fought rounds on Friday in Tokyo, Japan. The national title had been recently vacated by undefeated world contender Ryuji Hara, to whom Odaira lost in a four-round bout three years ago. It’s his last setback and Odaira had been unbeaten in seven bouts since. Odaira, a shifty southpaw, made good use of his footwork, kept his distance and scored with sharp southpaw lefts, piling up points steadily. Tada, in round two, badly hurt his foe with good shots, but he couldn’t display his expected aggressiveness again only to lose points in almost every round thereafter. (more…)
By Tracy Morin/MemphisBoxing.com at ringside
Photos by JD Meredith
On January 17 at the Cook Convention Center in Memphis, ShoBox launched its first The New Generation program of the year by testing the mettle of eight up-and-coming boxers (seven of them putting undefeated records on the line) and showcasing a host of local favorites in undercard fights. The main event saw a competitive, back-and-forth battle between Ukrainian southpaw Ivan Redkach (15-0, 13 KOs) and Canada’s Tony Luis (17-1, 7 KOs) for the USBA Lightweight Championship. More…
By Gabriel F.Cordero
Photos: Alma Montiel
Legends of boxing like Julio Cesar Chavez, Don King and the Japanese promoter Ahikiko Honda were on hand Saturday at the French Cemetery in Mexico City to say goodbye to Jose Sulaiman, the former president of the World Boxing Council since 1975. “We came for the greatest leader who helped so many people and did so much for boxing with his rule changes,” said Chavez. “Without him, we would not have had so many world champions and successful Mexican boxers.”
“I lived with a great man in his time,” said King. “Jose Sulaiman was a great man, a great man and he fought for peace and humanity.”
Sulaiman’s body will be cremated on Sunday around noon and on Monday a massive Mass in the Basilica of Guadalupe will be offered. photos
By Graham Houston
In America they call it “neighbourhood rivalry”, in Britain “local derby”, but whatever you call it, a fight between two boxers with sizeable followings from the same city always attracts keen interest, and such is the case when former champions Jean Pascal and Lucian Bute collide at the Bell Centre in Montreal tonight. The two meet for the NABF light-heavyweight title, TV coverage on HBO in the U.S., Sky Sports in the U.K., and there are doubts hovering over both men, Pascal due to injury problems, Bute simply because his defeat against Carl Froch in May 2012 was the type of battering that can undermine a boxer’s self-belief.
Bute has the height (just under 6ft 2ins) and the frame to box successfully as a light-heavyweight. In his heart, I am not sure that Bute believed he could beat Froch in a rematch. Pascal is a different proposition, though. Bute and his team will see this as a winnable fight.
The fight is intriguing because Bute has a slightly “damaged goods” look about him while Pascal has a history of injuries. (more…)
Inspired by Wednesday’s Fight of the Night-winning, come-from-behind win by UFC middleweight Yoel “Soldier of God” Romero over Derek Brunson in Atlanta, we looked back at some other bouts that were all but over… until they weren’t. Here are ten fights where a fighter had dropped the opening two (or more) rounds and needed a stoppage to seal the deal — and did just that . . . More
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Former WBC light heaveyweight champion Jean Pascal (28-2-1, 17 KOs) is a -150 favorite to defeat former IBF super middleweight champion Lucian Bute (31-1, 24 KOs), when they collide tonight at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Bute backers can get +125 in the HBO-televised fight that is expected to draw more than 20,000 spectators.
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Bute promised Pascal’s “destruction” during Friday’s weigh-in, while Pascal wasn’t talking and literally had a piece of tape over his mouth during their face-off.
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HBO commentator Roy Jones Jr. will work the TV opener between heavyweights Mike Perez and Carlos Takam from his normal perch at ringside, but then will work as a cornerman for Pascal in the main event.
By Tracy Morin/MemphisBoxing.com at ringside
Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME
After more than a month’s hiatus, the first Showtime boxing telecast of 2014 took place Friday night at the Cook Convention Center in downtown Memphis.
In the main event, hard-hitting lightweight Ivan “The Terrible” Redkach (16-0, 13 KOs) kept his undefeated record intact with a ten round unanimous decision over the very game Tony “Lightning” Luis (17-2, 7 KOs). Redkach scored a flash knockdown at the end of round one. Luis was rocked in round six and his face was covered in blood after he sustained a cut on the forehead from an unintentional headbutt. Scores were 99-90, 97-92, 97-93. It was a good action fight. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Thousands of people including world champion boxers and boxing fans flocked Friday to the Panteon Frances in Mexico City to start the Goodbye activities for Don Jose Sulaiman, president of the World Boxing Council (WBC) for four decades. Sulaiman, a Mexican of Lebanese descent, died Thursday at age 82 at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles where he had been hospitalized since early October after undergoing heart surgery. World champions like Adrian Hernandez, Ibeth Zamora, Ana Maria Torres, Johnny Gonzalez, Humberto “Chiquita” Gonzalez and Ultiminio Ramos and others fondly remembered Sulaiman, who always looked out for the physical protection of the boxers. (more…)
After tense negotiations between promoters Oswaldo Küchle and Giulio Spagnoli, and thanks to the support of Televisa, both parties have reached an agreement and the WBC interim world championship fight between Marco Antonio “Veneno” Rubio and Domenico “Vulcano” Spada will take place on April 5. No site has been been named as of now, but Küchle said he’s looking to stage the fight in Rubio’s hometown of Torreon. Contracts have been signed. The interim title was allowed by the WBC due to the extended layoff of current WBC champion Sergio Martinez.
Report & photo Przemek Garczarczyk
“I’m ready to prove to you all that the Jennings fight will be just a formality. I can’t wait to be in Madison Square Garden in New York City. This is my kind of place. And of course: a big thank you to all the people who helped me to be here, my promoters and the U.S. ambassador in Warsaw who believed in me. I’m an athlete. I want to compete, want to fight,” said 24-year-old Polish heavyweight Artur Szpilka (16-0, 12 KOs) after arriving in Chicago Friday night. Szpilka was stopped last Sunday by Homeland Security at O’Hare Airport and had to fly back to Poland to receive all the necessary documents to enter U.S. On January 25, Szpilka will fight another undefeated heavyweight in Bryant Jennings (17-0, 9 KOs).
By Phil Doherty
Azea Augustama 173.1 vs Jermain Mackey 171.1
Hairon Socarras 125.5 vs Jamal Parram 123.75
Ahmed Elbiali 175 vs Tom Brown 172
Vilier Quiñonez 175 vs Jerrod Caldwell 175
Chaen Chess 221 vs Hector Hodge 227
Thanasis Michaloudis 221 vs Willie Chisolm 247
Venue: Casino Miami Jai Alai
Promoter: Tiburon Promotions
Photos: Rafael Soto / Zanfer
David Sánchez 115 vs. Marco Demecillo *115
Felipe Orucuta 115.7 vs. Efraín Pérez 116
Francisco Rodríguez 112.4 vs. Ernesto Guerrero 113
Gerardo Verde 108 vs. Angel Montes 109 lbs
Jesús Ortega 116.4 vs. Josué Valenzuela 116.4
Luis Castro 112.9 vs. Gilberto Rodríguez 114.2
Jonathan Sánchez 116.9 vs. Víctor Contreras 117.9
José Luis Castillo Jr. 124.1 vs. Pedro Almidon 126
Venue: Gimnasio del Estado de Hermosillo
Former World Champion and Mexican boxing superstar Canelo Alvarez returns to the ring on Saturday, March 8 to face the fierce and rugged Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo in the headline attraction of a stacked four-fight event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, presented live on SHOWTIME PPV.
Promoted by Golden Boy Promotions, the pay-per-view card offers matchups that promise to be exciting, all-action bouts. The most anticipated match of the night features Canelo, as he looks to reassert himself as the best young fighter of this era. Rounding out the card are three outstanding 12-round world title fights: Two-Division World Champion Leo “Terremoto” Santa Cruz (27-0-1, 15 KOs) will defend his WBC Super Bantamweight World Title against former Two-Time World Champion Cristian “El Diamante” Mijares (49-7-2, 24 KOs); exciting young star Omar “Panterita” Figueroa (24-0-1, 17 KOs) will risk his WBC Interim Lightweight Title against Canelo’s brother Ricardo “Dinamita” Alvarez (23-2-3, 14 KOs) and “King” Carlos Molina (22-5-2, 6 KOs) will defend his IBF Junior Middleweight Championship against undefeated Jermall Charlo (17-0, 13 KOs).
In main attraction preceding the pay-per-view telecast, former two-time World Champion Jorge “Niño de Oro” Linares (35-3, 23 KOs) will face Nihito Arakawa (24-3-1, 16 KOs) in a 10-round lightweight clash.
Tickets are on sale now and are priced at $600, $400, $200, $100, $50 and $25, not including applicable service charges and taxes, with a total ticket limit of 10 per person. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. Tickets also are available for purchase at www.mgmgrand.com or www.ticketmaster.com. (more…)
The Florida Boxing Hall of Fame has announced the Class of 2014.
Living inductees include former world champion Mike McCallum and top contenders Francisco Arreola and Jose Ribalta, trainer James “Buddy” McGirt, promoters Walter Alvarez, Luis De Cubas and Felix “Tutico” Zabala, historian Don Cogswell, boxing writer Santos Perez, boxing official Paul Herman, participants Ed Levine, Fred Levin and Leo Thalassites.
Those inducted posthumously include former world champion Kid Gavilan, contenders Tony Alongi, Carl “Red” Guggino and James Salerno, trainers Jose Caron-Gonzalez and Moe Fleischer and boxing official Alvin Goodman.
Jimmy Resnick and Peter Trematerra will receive Boxing Achievement Awards. (more…)
The United States Embassy in Poland has granted heavyweight Artur “The Pin” Szpilka (16-0, 12 KOs) the proper visa to enter the United States, and he will be landing in Chicago this evening. Szpilka had been denied entry on his first attempt to enter the country for his 10-round showdown against Bryant Jennings (17-0, 9 KOs) on January 25 in New York at Madison Square Garden Arena. Promoters Gary Shaw of Gary Shaw Productions and Leon Margules of Warriors Boxing are both breathing a sigh of relief, now that fight will proceed as scheduled. The undefeated pair will both be making their HBO debuts in a televised doubleheader, headlined by “Mikey” Garcia’s first defense of his WBO super featherweight championship. Philadelphia’s Jennings is currently ranked #5 in the WBA and #4 in both the WBC and IBF. Szpilka, of Warsaw, Poland, is currently rated WBA and WBC #14.
By Sam Geraci
Andrzej Fonfara has notified the IBF that he will be fighting WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson instead of IBF #2 Dmitry Sukhotsky for the IBF Final Eliminator. As a result, the IBF will order the next highest rated available boxer, Cedric Agnew, to fight Sukhotsky for the new IBF #1 and mandatory challenger.
“On Wednesday night I was notified that Fonfara was not going to fight Sukhotsky but instead is fighting WBC Champion Adonis Stevenson. Now that I know Fonfara is out, the IBF will order the next highest rated available boxer to fight Sukhotsky for the new #1 and mandatory challenger. We will start with #3, Cedric Agnew to see if he is available,” said Lindsey Tucker, chairman of the IBF championship committee.
Although Agnew’s promoter, Malcom Garret, has not yet heard from the IBF, he is optimistic about Agnew’s prospects. (more…)
Jean Pascal 175 vs. Lucian Bute 173.6
Mike Perez 231.2 vs. Carlos Takam 256.2
Venue: Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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On Saturday night, January 25th, WBA #9 ranked heavyweight Travis Kauffman (27-1, 20 KOs) takes on Vincent Thompson (13-1, 2 KOs) in a 10-round bout for the WBU Intercontinental belt from the Sands in Bethlehem, PA. “Everything has been good in camp,”said Kauffman. “I have been working with Bryant Jennings, Steve Cunningham and Khalib Whitmore. This also is the 2nd camp that we have incorporated former cruiserweight champion Al Cole as part of the training team….Thompson is the toughest fight since my fight with Tony Grano. He is not a big puncher but he is very fast. The plan is to beat him down and show him what I already know that I am at a whole another level that he is at. I know that he is coming to attempt to win, but my experience and pressure will be the deciding factors in the fight.”
By Boxing Bob Newman
Photo: Boxing Bob Newman
Much has been written about the passing of WBC “President For Life,” Don José Sulaimán Chagnón. Sulaiman died yesterday at UCLA Medical Center at 82, of complications following heart surgery. Most of it seems to have been lifted from the same one or two sources and slapped together for print. I wanted to put together, in some cohesive fashion, my thoughts on this “force of nature” in the tumultuous world of boxing.
Don Jose, or Don Pepe as he was called by those close to him, was an easy mark for criticism. Most powerful people are. Be it out of jealousy or justified, that’s what happens when you’re at the top. Sulaiman was at the top of his profession as president of the World Boxing Council for thirty eight years. His climb was relatively rapid once he entered the world of professional boxing. But prior to joining the WBC in 1968, Sulaiman’s journey was one of persistence, and dedication. (more…)
Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME
After more than a month’s hiatus, the first Showtime boxing telecast of 2014 kicks off tonight in downtown Memphis. In the main event, hard-hitting lightweight Ivan “The Terrible” Redkach (15-0, 13 KOs) puts his undefeated record on the line against once-beaten Tony “Lightning” Luis (17-1, 7 KOs).
“I feel that it is the biggest of my career,” said Redkach. “I am facing a very good opponent who I know is coming to win. I appreciate the nice things people say about me, but boxing is my life and I put pressure on myself to be a world champion someday. I watch tape every day because I know there is still a lot of work for me to do. I am very focused. I want to perform well on SHOWTIME because if you don’t perform well on television you don’t always get invited back. I always want to finish my opponents because I know they are trying to take something away from me.”
Luis stated, “This fight means everything to me. I know I can’t afford another loss on television, I can’t afford another loss – period. We all know about my opponent, but I have more experience and have been places as a pro that he hasn’t. There’s no denying his power or ability, but he hasn’t fought the caliber of me.” (more…)
By Gary “Digital” Williams
Two undefeated and highly-touted Maryland prospects will be in featured bouts on the Keystone Boxing Promotions card on Friday, January 17 at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD. Waldorf, MD junior welterweight Mike “Yes, Indeed” Reed will be in one main event contest as he takes on Jorge Marquez of Phoenix, AZ in a six-round encounter. Reed, the 2013 Beltway Boxing Rookie of the Year (6-0, four KO’s), is coming off a six-round unanimous decision over Randy Fuentes on October 18 at Rosecroft. Marquez (4-1, two KO’s) has not fought since scoring a second-round TKO over Tito Jones in April of 2012.
The co-main event will feature undefeated Accokeek, MD junior middleweight “Swift” Jarrett Hurd as he takes a nice step up in competition when he faces Chris Chatman of San Diego, CA in a six-round encounter. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Former IBF/WBA middleweight champion Daniel Geale (29-2, 15 KOs) will clash with hard punching WBA #11 Garth Wood (12-3-1, 8 KOs) over twelve rounds with IBF and WBA Regional belts up for grabs at the Hordern Pavillion in Sidney, NSW, Australia on February 19. Geale is coming off a disputed split points decision loss to Darren Barker in an IBF middleweight title bout during August 2013. Geale holds wins over Felix Sturm, Anthony Mundine and Sebastian Sylvester. Wood stopped Virgil Kalkoda in his most recent start in May 2013 and shocked the boxing world in 2010 when he scored a fifth round KO of Anthony Mundine.
Garth Wood: Geale called me a low fighter who milked the public. Geale is jealous that I KO’d Mundine in five rounds and in the two fights Geale had with Mundine he could not stop him.
Daniel Geale: I will defeat Wood and I will do it in impressive fashion and move onto bigger fights.
Daniel Geale has been mentioned a future opponent for Gennady Golovkin. Golovkin’s promoter Tom Loeffler is on the record saying, “It could be Daniel Geale or Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. next after Gennady fights Adama.”
World ranked strawweights, Gilberto “El Cacique” Pedroza (10-1-2) and Carlos “Arañita” Ortega (8-3-2), both from Panama, fought to a draw on the main event of the “Todo o Nada” boxing card presented by Promociones del Istmo at Fantastic Casino Albrook Mall in Panama City. After 8 intense rounds of action, Pedroza recovered from a point deduction in round 6 to escape with both the WBC Fecarbox and the Panamanian minimumweight belts. Most of the crowd agreed with judge Fernando Murray who scored 77-75 in favor of Ortega. David Singh voted a 76-76 draw and Jesus Aleman gave a 76-75 advantage to Pedroza who successfully defended the titles. (more…)
Photos: Tom Casino / Showtime
Ivan Redkach 134.25 vs. Tony Luis 134.5
John Thompson 153.25 Frank Galarza 153.5
Antoine Douglas 158 vs. Marquis Davis 159.5
Maurice Hooker 141.5 vs. Abel Ramos 141.5
Venue: Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tenn.
Promoter: DiBella Entertainment, in association with GH3 Promotions, Greg Cohen Promotions and Prize Fight Boxing
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