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Photos: Stephanie Trapp /SHOWTIME It turns out promoter Mike Tyson can stir the pot almost as much as heavyweight champ Mike Tyson. Almost. ...

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Weights from Verona, NY

Weights from Verona, NY

By Bob Caico Photos: Boxing Bob Newman Brandon Adams 161 Raymond Gatica 158 Vitaliy Kopylenko 160 Willie Monroe, Jr 160 Donovan Dennis 226 Nate Heaven 233 Simeon ...

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Photos: Hopkins-Shumanov Press Conference

Photos: Hopkins-Shumanov Press Conference

Photos: Mike Greenhill Future Hall of Famer and IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion Bernard "The Alien" Hopkins, WBA Light Heavyweight World Champion Beibut ...

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Hopkins, Shumenov workout quotes

Hopkins, Shumenov workout quotes

Photos: Tom Casino / Showtime Several of the featured fighters for Saturday's "History at the Capitol" event at the DC Armory in ...

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Provodnikov-Algieri kickoff presser

Photos: Peter Frutkoff World Championship boxing returns to Barclays Center when the "The Siberian Rocky" Ruslan Provodnikov makes the first defense of his ...

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Boxing Result

Fedosov wins in Glendale!

By Edgar Gonzalez at ringside

It’s been over 62 years since the people from Glendale CA last had a taste of the fistic arts but thanks to Bash Boxing and Art of Boxing Promotions they were able to enjoy the sweet science once again at the Glendale Civic Auditorium for six bouts of professional boxing dubbed as “Glendale Glory” on Friday night. Heavyweight Andrey Fedosov from Saint Petersburg, Russia (20-1, 16KO’s) was featured in the main event against Galen Brown (32-12- 7KO’s). Fedosov was in command from the opening bell forcing Brown to use his defense but Brown was hopeless and was immediately sent to the canvas with a right body shot. Brown from Missouri beat the count but it was futile as Fedosov unleashed some heavy artillery forcing Jack Reiss to bring the bout to an end at 1:36 of round number two. (more…)



June 13th, 2009



Boxing News

Alexander-Witter August 1st

By Lee Bates

Former WBC super lightweight champion Junior Witter (37-2-2, 22 KOs) stated today that he will take on WBC # 1 contender Devon Alexander (18-0, 11 KOs) August 1st. Witter didn’t specify a location but stated that the fight would take place in the U.S. and that Don King who is Alexander’s promoter would promote the fight.



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

“The Ghost” Answers His Critics!

By David Robinett

Moments after an unintentional clash of heads in the seventh round in his bout again Efren “Huracan” Hinojosa, Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero felt a familiar sensation over his left eye. “You can tell when you’re cut because it feels warm [there],” explained Guerrero. “I felt it right away, and inside I smiled a little.” In a fight aimed at gaining redemption for a controversial no-contest months earlier, where Guerrero advised the referee he could not see after suffering a cut over his right eye against Daud Yordan, the tension was palpable as the hometown crowd waited to see how their fighter would react to a somewhat poetic déjà vu. To their relief, Guerrero remained unfazed. (more…)



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

2009 IBHOF induction weekend

By Boxing Bob Newman
Photos: Boxing Bob Newman

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After an ominous opening Thursday afternoon under a steamy downpour, the 2009 edition of the International Boxing Hall of Fame induction weekend festivities got underway. Despite clashing with the BWAA awards dinner in New York City on Friday, and the Cotto-Clottey mega-fight Saturday, also in the Big Apple, a steadily growing throng of hard core boxing fans flocked to title town in Canastota, NY for the annual June event. Friday’s first highlight was the traditional fist casting of inductees as well as first time visiting boxers. Pioneered using the same principle that a dentist uses to make a cast of a patients teeth, the fighters and inductees grease their right hand, plunges it into a bucket with a rubber mix, which after several minutes, hardens into a firm rubber, leaving the impression of the subject’s fist. The mold will then be filled with a plaster cast and “bronzed” later, forever enshrining their fist in the hallowed hall. (more…)



June 13th, 2009

Boxing Result

Edouard overwhelms Welliver!

By Sam DiTusa at ringside

The Spirit Mountain Casino Resort in Grand Ronde was the site last evening of one of the better fight cards in recent memory in Oregon as highly regarded middleweight Daniel Edouard improved to 22-2-2, 13 KOs with a one-sided eight round stoppage of the very game but undersized Dewey Welliver (18-19-1, 7 KOs). Also victorious were light heavyweight Roger Cantrell and lightweight Verquan Kimbrough. (more…)



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

Reality show for champ Sosa!

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By Robert Coster

WBC light-Flyweight Champion Edgar Sosa has now his own reality show on Mexican network Televisa. The program is called “Puños de Gloria” (Fists of Glory) and will show the very popular Sosa in all aspects of his daily life: living at home, bringing his kids to school, training, dealing with fans and fame. Edgar’s fans will be able to click on the show at televisadeportes.com. Says Sosa’s manager Jacques Deschamps:” We are delighted by this good news for Edgar which is proof of how he has connected with the public who sees him as the common man´s champ”. Sosa , however, has to concentrate on the urgent matter of making his ninth title defense against tricky speedster Carlos Melo of Panama on June 20 in Mexico City.



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

Kotelnik-Khan in trouble?

The June 27th super lightweight title defense of WBA world champion Andreas Kotelnik against British hope Amir Khan appears in jeopardy. Kotelnik may have to postpone the fight due to a tooth infection. A spokesman for promoter Frank Warren told the BBC, “We’re waiting to find out whether the fight will be delayed….We’re looking at a couple of things but if we can still go ahead on the 27th with another opponent we will. Frank is working on it and we should know something on Monday or Tuesday.”



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

Sinyabi wins in the tenth!

By Ron Jackson

Macbute Sinyabi had to survive a determined attack from challenger Luyanda Mruwali in the middle rounds before retaining his SA junior featherweight title on a tenth round technical knockout at the Orient Theatre in East London on Friday night. The champion, who had to go beyond the fifth round for the first time in his career of 12 wins and one defeat with all 12 wins inside the distance, had to face a determined attack from Mruwali (55.10kg) who came back from a second round knockdown to possibly win rounds three to six. This was Sinyabi’s second defence of the title. (more…)



June 13th, 2009

Full Report

Bones beats Baba in bounce-back

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Ringside by Butch Gottlieb, BoxinginLasVegas.com
Photo by Mary Ann Owen

Former WBA super bantamweight champion Clarence “Bones” Adams (44-6-4, 20 KOs) turned the clock back last night at the Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, looking as good as he did when he defeated Nestor Garza for the WBA title nine years ago. Staging a comeback, the 35-year-old former champion, who’s fought but four times in the last three years, scored an eighth round TKO of former world title challenger Alex “Ali” Baba (26-16-1, 19 KOs). (more…)



June 13th, 2009

UFC

Silva’s swan song

UFC 99 is LIVE on PPV TONIGHT AT 10 PM ET/7 PM PT!

Preview by Brady Crytzer

It’s a shocking statistic. Out of his last five professional bouts, four have been devastating losses. While the sporting world pleads the case to former world champion Chuck Liddell to seek retirement as soon as possible, they quietly turn a blind eye as Wanderlai Silva prepares for a main event clash at UFC 99: The Comeback in Cologne, Germany . . . Click here for more

The Ultimate Fighting Championship® brings the world’s premier combat sport to Germany for the first time, and in the main event of UFC® 99, two of the game’s most revered superstars will battle it out, as former UFC® middleweight champion Rich ‘Ace’ Franklin squares off against former PRIDE® champion Wanderlei “The Axe Murderer” Silva in a true fight fan’s dream match. Click here for more info



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

2009 BWAA dinner notes!

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Showtime’s ShoBox announcer Steve Farhood (L) received The James J. Walker award for long and meritorious service at the 2009 Boxing Writers Association of America dinner, Friday night at Capitale in NY City. Farhood was presented the award by his best friend and co-anchor, Nick Charles. Many members of the Showtime/ShoBox family were on hand to support Steve Farhood as well as all the other award winners at the dinner. Isreal Vazquez (pictured) vs Rafael Marquez III won The Harry Markson Award for fight of the year which aired on SHOWTIME 3/1/08. It was reported by Marquez’s promoter, that “Rafael was in a minor car accident on his way to the airport in Mexico. Marquez is OK, just some minor scratches, but he missed his flight to the dinner.” Award-winning photographers Marty Rosengarten of Ringside Photo (L) and Chris Farina (R) of Top Rank won first place awards in the feature and action photo categories, respectively. And, yes, Manny Pacquiao did arrive on time to receive his 2008 Fighter of the Year award.



June 13th, 2009

Scale Watch

Weights from Mexico City!

By Gabriel F. Cordero

All is ready for the WBC interim strawweight clash between the Mexican Eric Ramirez and the Nicaraguan champion Juan Palacios on Saturday in Distrito Federal, Mexico. Both boxers are in good condition and set to enter the ring of the 8,000-seat Centro Banamex in a bout televised by Televisa.
Juan Palacios 105 vs Erik Ramírez 105
(WBC interim strawweight world title)
Ana María Torres 115 vs Usanakorn Kokietgym 115
WBC female super flyweight world title)
Enrique Quevedo 113.96 vs Gerson Guerrero 114.84
(NABF super flyweight title)
Margarito López 122.1 vs Hugo Cazares 123.64
Note: The referee for Palacios-Ramirez is Hector Afu (Panama). Judges are Harold Lawrence (Curazao), Bulmaro Campuzano (US ), Glenn Crocker (US). Superviser: Juan Jose Herrera (Mex)



June 13th, 2009

Boxing Result

Burgos defeats Gusev!

By Francisco Salazar at ringside

Featherweight Juan Carlos Burgos remained unbeaten with a workmanlike 10 round unanimous decision over Vyacheslav Gusev at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, CA. The shorter Gusev (16-2, 3 KO’s) had his moments at times, but Burgos (22-0, 15 KO’s) was the clear winner with his harder and more effective punches. All three judges scored the bout 98-92, 98-92, and 97-93 in favor of Burgos. Burgos is ranked number three in the world by the WBC, while Gusev is ranked number seven by the WBO. (more…)



June 13th, 2009

Boxing News

Adamek-Gunn Undercard!

July 11th at the Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

Fans of Main Events Boxing Series have come to anticipate a night of great boxing entertainment when they come to “The Rock”. On Saturday, July 11th that tradition will continue! The main event will feature IBF Cruiserweight Champion, Tomasz Adamek of Glowice, Poland and Jersey City, (37-1, 25 KOs) as he defends his title against Hackensack, NJ’s, Bobby “The Celtic Warrior” Gunn (18-3-1, 15 KOs). This event is promoted by Main Events and Ziggy Promotions. Seven exciting matches are slated for the undercard. (more…)



June 13th, 2009

Boxing Result

Hurtado defeats Garnica!

Photos: Allstar Boxing

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Former WBA world champion Diosbelys Hurtado (42-3-1, 25 KOs) pounded out a twelve round unanimous decision over Manuel “Marro” Garnica (25-11, 13 KOs) on Friday night at Miccosukee Resort & Gaming in Miami, Florida. Scores were 118-110, 117-111, 117-111. The bout was for the WBO Latino welterweight title.
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The card promoted by All Star Boxing, Inc., “The New Generation” and Felix “Tuto” Zabala, Jr. also included some interesting undercard action. 2004 Olympic heavyweight gold medalist Odlanier “La Sombra” Solis (14-0, 9 KOs) was impressive in his Miami, Florida, debut, blowing away Midwest journeyman Dominique “Diamond” Alexander (18-7-1, 9 KOs) in the first round. Solis dropped Alexander twice, the second time Alexander fell face down for the count.
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In the best fight of the night, jr middleweights unbeaten Lester “El Cubanito” Gonzalez (10-0-1, 6 KOs) and 2004 Olympian Juan “La Boa” Novoa (13-3-1, 11 KOs) battled to an entertaining six round draw. Neither fighter gave an inch and the 78-76, 77-77, 77-77 score was justified.



June 13th, 2009

Boxing Result

Guerrero defeats Hinojosa!

Guerrero set for Klassen on Aug 22

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Tom Hogan

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Former IBF featheright champion Robert Guerrero (24-1-1, 17 KOs) stopped late sub Efren Hinojosa (30-6-1, 17 KOs) via eighth round TKO in a lightweight clash on Friday night at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California. Guerrero pretty much had his way with the 37-year-old veteran, who was very game until the bout was stopped between rounds eight and nine after Hinojosa suffered an arm injury. Manager Shelly Finkel confirmed that Guerrero will be challenging IBF junior lightweight champion Malcolm Klassen on August 22, 2009, from Houston, Texas on HBO. Klassen, fighting out of South Africa, has a record of 24-4-2, 14 KOs.
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Unbeaten heavyweight Ashanti Jordan (10-0, 7 KOs) lumbered to a six round majority decision over Andrae Carthron (2-2-1, 1 KO). Scores were 59-55, 59-55, 57-57.
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Unbeaten junior welterweight Danny Garcia (13-0, 8 KOs) scored a second round knockout over Pavel Miranda (18-4, 10 KOs). Garcia knocked down Miranda twice before the bout was stopped at :56 of the second.



June 12th, 2009

UFC

UFC 99 at the scales

UFC 99 is LIVE on PPV TOMORROW AT 10 PM ET/7 PM PT!

From the Lanxess Arena in Germany for tomorrow night’s UFC 99: The Comeback:
Rich Franklin 194 vs. Wanderlei Silva 194

Cain Velasquez 239 vs. Cheick Kongo 230
Ben Saunders 169 vs. Mike Swick 169
Dan Hardy 170 vs. Marcus Davis 171
Caol Uno 155 vs. Spencer Fisher 154
Mostapha Al-Turk 236 vs. Mirko Cro Cop 233
Justin Buchholz 155 vs. Terry Etim 156
Dale Hartt 156 vs. Dennis Siver 156
Paul Taylor 169 vs. Peter Sobotta 169
Roli Delgado 155 vs. Paul Kelly 156
Stefan Struve 248 vs. Denis Stojnic 241
Rick Story 169 vs. John Hathaway 170

The Ultimate Fighting Championship® brings the world’s premier combat sport to Germany for the first time, and in the main event of UFC® 99, two of the game’s most revered superstars will battle it out, as former UFC® middleweight champion Rich ‘Ace’ Franklin squares off against former PRIDE® champion Wanderlei “The Axe Murderer” Silva in a true fight fan’s dream match. Click here for more info



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Bradley to face Campbell!

By Flattop

Sources have informed Fightnews.com that WBO junior welterweight champion Timothy Bradley will defend against former unified lightweight champion Nate Campbell on August 1 at a site to be determined. The bout will be televised by SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING. We’ve also learned that the deal includes a rematch clause. The WBO has signed off on the bout, but WBO Paco Valcarcel told Fightnews that the winner must face interim titlist Lamont Peterson.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Update: Godrey-Hawk on FNF!

By Lee Bates

ESPN2′s Friday Night Fights will pit cruiserweights Matt Godfrey (18-1, 10 KOs) and Shawn Hawk (18-0-1, 16 KOs) in the main event July 10th. Light heavyweights Shaun George (18-2-2, 9 KOs) and Chris Henry (23-2, 18 KOs) will do battle in the co-feature. Each fighter has had their own experiences in their last appearances on FNF. For Godfrey and George the experiences were good with each scoring spectacular knockouts. Godfrey stopped Emmanuel Nwodo in his bout while George knocked out former heavyweight champion of the world Chris Byrd. In the case of Henry the results weren’t so good as he dropped a split decision to Yusaf Mack. The unbeaten Hawk will be stepping way up in class. There had been talk of Godfrey facing stablemate Aaron Williams but Hawk got the call in the end. CES Promotions will present the event with a site and venue to be announced shortly.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing Result

Olusegun tops Wright!

By Alexey Sukachev

29-year old Nigerian southpaw Ajose Olusegun (27-0, 13 KOs) delivered another classy performance and scored a convenient twelve-round unanimous decision over British Nigel Wright (20-6-1, 9 KOs) to retain his Commonwealth light welterweight title for the third time in addition to the newly acquired then-vacant British belt tonight at Olympia, Liverpool. WBC #6 Olusegun controlled the pace of the fight from the starters with his tremendous hand speed and tight defense. Slow but rugged southpaw Wright tried his best to negate his opponent’s reflexes but failed to match his quickness and ring generalship. Olusegun twice took his feet to reduce the throttle in rounds 6 and 11 but Wright failed to capitalize on that. He had his moments in the second half of the fight but it was too late to turn back the tides. At the end, all three judges saw it for the Nigerian guest: 117-111, 117-112 and 116-113. Fightnews scored it wider 119-110 in favor of the elusive Nigerian fighter. Olusegun revealed he had a back injury before this bout, what certainly hasn’t affected his performance tonight. A year ago his points win over the same opponent was much more difficult.
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Young local junior welterweight Steve Williams (8-0, 3 KOs) passed his hardest career test with a points victory over tough-as-nails Pole Slawomir Ziemliewicz (18-5-2, 3 KOs). Both fighters gave their all in eight-round give-and-take brawl but 25-year old Williams was just a bit sharper and more consistent in each fought round. The referee, who was the sole scorer, saw it 80-74 for the British fighter.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Marquez in auto accident!

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Two-time former world champion Rafael Marquez was slightly injured in an auto accident this early morning in Mexico City on the way to the airport to catch a plane to New York, where he was to receive a professional recognition. Apparently his vehicle overturned, but he did not sustain any serious injuries and will continue training at La Romanza Gym with Nacho Beristain. Raffa won his last fight on May 23 in Monterrey, Mexico with a three round KO of Colombian Pegoño Mendoza and is expected to land a title shot soon.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Full Report: Rodela-Garcia!

By Francisco Salazar

Lightweight David Rodela looked like he wanted to make a statement in his six round bout against Juan Garcia. However, it was Garcia who almost stole the show at the expense of Rodela. Rodela did enough to win enough rounds and had to hold off Garcia’s late rally to win a six round split decision victory before an almost sellout crowd of 1,741 at Club Nokia-LA Live in Los Angeles, CA. (more…)



June 12th, 2009

Scale Watch

Murray loses belt on scale!

Photo: Chris Royle

Photo: Chris Royle

British lightweight champion John Murray (26-0, 14 KOs) was unable to make weight for his title defense against Scott Lawton (26-4-1, 5 KOs) and was stripped of the belt by the BBBC. Murray against Lawton will still take place on Saturday at the Robin Park Centre in Wigan, Lancashire, United Kingdom, and only Lawton can claim the vacant belt if victorious.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing Result

Egberime wins Aussie 147 belt!

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Australian based Nigerian Solomon Egberime (19-2, 10 KOs) captured the vacant Australian welterweight crown by stopping Mick Shaw (27-10-3, 8 KOs) in five rounds at the Bronco’s Leagues Club, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Friday. Egberime started his professional career in Australia in 2000 and first won the Australian welterweight title in 2002 by defeating Eddie Delic by twelve round decision. He scored a ten round stoppage over Jamie Crampton in 2003 and also stopped Gary Comer in nine rounds in 2002. Egberime defeated world rated Ernie Artango on points over eight in 2002 but dropped a ten round decision to former IBF world title challenger Naoufel Ben Rabah. Promoter Angelo Di Carlo.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Rodriguez-Hlatshwayo purse bid!

Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing won the purse bid for the vacant IBF welterweight championship formerly held by Joshua Clottey between Star Boxing’s IBF #2 rated Delvin Rodriguez (24-2-2, 14 KOs) and IBF #3 rated Isaac Hlatshwayo (28-1-1, 10 KOs). The winning bid was $136,000.00. Star Boxing, who promotes Rodriquez, beat out the bid of Branco Sports Productions, whose bid was $127,500. Rodriguez and Hlatshwayo are familiar with one another. The two fought back on November 17th, 2008, in Hlatshwayo’s home country of South Africa in an official IBF welterweight title eliminator. While the bout was ruled a draw, many who witnessed the fight, including a large majority of the South African press, felt Rodriguez deserved the victory. Now Rodriguez will have a chance to get his revenge and this time with Star winning the bid, the fight will likely take place on U.S. soil. The fight will be promoted by Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing and should be officially announced shortly.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Taylor-Green postponed!

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former two time world title challenger Shannan Taylor (49-7-3, 35KO’s) scheduled August bout in Perth with former WBA light heavyweight champion Danny Green has been postponed. Taylor said. “Danny Green’s manager called me today and said that our fight had been postponed but did not give me another date. I am very disapointed because I was confident of causing an upset by beating Danny. We had boxed about one hundred rounds in the gym and I think I had the better of him most of the time.” Taylor has scored knockouts over several world champions including Livingstone Bramble and Jake Rodriguez but lost to Shane Mosley in a WBC welterweight title challenge in 2001. He dropped a twelve round decision to Arthur Abraham in an IBF middleweight challenge in 2006. In 2009 former WBA super middleweight champion Anthony Mundine outpointed the “Bulli Blaster. “Mundine cannot punch but has great speed of hand,” said Taylor.



June 12th, 2009

Scale Watch

Cotto, Clottey make weight!

Photos: Ed Mulholland

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WBO welterweight champion Miguel Cotto weighed in at 146 lbs for his world title showdown against former IBF champion Joshua Clottey, who weighed 147. They collide Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

St. Claire retires!

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former IBF world 130 pound champion Gairy St Clair (41-10-2, 18 KOs) contacted Fightnews today to advise he has officially retired as a boxer. He will continue to stay in boxing as a trainer. “I had a very good career boxed several world champions and was world champion in 2006 after beating Cassius Baloyi in South Africa,” said St. Claire. “Other world champions I boxed were Vivian Harris who later became world 140 pound champion. I also boxed the great Diego Corrales in 1998 losing a twelve round decision.” St Claire was stopped for the first time in his career recently by hard punching IBF#14 Jackson Asiku in nine rounds. In 2008 he had taken the much bigger Amir Khan twelve rounds in London, England.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing Result

Results from Irvine, CA!

By Jeremy Roseman

In front of an expected sell-out crowd of 1,412 fight fans, Roy Englebrecht Promotions showcased its heaviest fight card in 25 years as fans enjoyed yet another exciting evening of professional boxing at the Irvine Marriott. With the success of professional debuters as well as other action packed fights, Roy Englebrecht Promotions continues to display its title as “The Biggest Little Boxing Show in America.” (more…)



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Geale: I beat Mundine!

Photo: Graham Shaw

Photo: Graham Shaw

by Ray Wheatly — World of Boxing

Former world IBO middleweight champion Daniel Geale talks to Fightnews about his recent disputed split decision loss to Anthony Mundine and reveals his thoughts on the decision, the knockdown in round two, on the tactics he used, about Mundine’s tapes coming loose on five diferent ocassions, and why having top sparring partners, IBF#4 Sakio Bika, WBA#10 Daniel Edouard and Rob Medley got him in the best shape of his career. (more…)



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Joe Chavez new Cotto Cutman!

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Mexican cutman Joe Chávez will be in the corner of WBO welterweight world champion Miguel Cotto during his battle with Joshua Clottey. Chavez has previously worked with the likes of Oscar de la Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, James Toney and Vernon Forrest among others and is considered among the best in the world.



June 12th, 2009

Boxing News

Dawson-Johnson II is signed!

The long awaited and eagerly anticipated rematch between undefeated two-time light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson and former world champion Glen Johnson is on. Promoted by Gary Shaw Productions, DiBella Entertainment and Seminole Warriors Boxing, Dawson-Johnson II will be broadcast live on HBO World Championship Boxing in the fall. The site and date will be formally announced shortly. Dawson, unable to get an exception from the IBF for his mandatory title defense, vacated his IBF title in order to make the Johnson rematch, which will be for his IBO championship.



June 12th, 2009

Scale Watch

Weights from Glendale, CA!

Bash Boxing

Bash Boxing

The official weigh-in for the historic June 12th Glendale Glory boxing show at the Glendale Civic Auditorium was held at the Outback Steakhouse Thursday:
Andrey Fedosov 215 vs. Galen Brown 247
(WBC Heavyweight Youth I/C title)
Art Hovanessian 140 vs. Daniel Gonzalez 141.5
Lateef Kayode 208 vs. Francisco Mireles 262
Gapo Tolmajyan 128.5 vs. Hugo Ramos 126
Max Skayzer 147 vs. Anthony Martinez 146
Anatoliy Dudchenko 178 vs. Terrence Smith 180
Venue: Glendale Civic Auditorium, Glendale, California
Promoter: Art of Boxing Promotions in association with Bash Boxing
Tickets: www.glendaleglory.com, Art of Boxing (818) 521-2373, Bash Boxing (213)700-2274, and the Glendale Civic Box Office from 9am to 11am and after 5pm.



June 12th, 2009

Scale Watch

Weights from San Jose!

Robert Guerrero 134.4 vs. Efren Hinojosa 136.2
Danny Garcia 142.4 vs. Pavel Miranda 142
Ashanti Jordan 222.6 vs. Andrae Carthron 213.6
Juan Velasquez ?? vs. Manuel Sarabia ??
Eloy Perez ?? vs. Cristian Favela ??
Anthony Johnson 192.8 vs. Henry Wells 198
Venue: HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: ESPN2



June 12th, 2009

UFC

The ‘Crazy Cuban’ talks!

UFC 99 is LIVE on PPV June 13!

Interview by Jose Santiago

On the undercard of UFC 99, Rolando “The Crazy Cuban” Delgado (8-3-1) will take on Paul Kelly (9-1) in a 155-pound three-rounder. Delgado recently took time out to talk with Fightnews. . . Click here for more

The Ultimate Fighting Championship® brings the world’s premier combat sport to Germany for the first time, and in the main event of UFC® 99, two of the game’s most revered superstars will battle it out, as former UFC® middleweight champion Rich ‘Ace’ Franklin squares off against former PRIDE® champion Wanderlei “The Axe Murderer” Silva in a true fight fan’s dream match. Click here for more info



June 12th, 2009




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