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Beltran signs to fight Crawford

Beltran signs to fight Crawford

Photo: Team Beltran NABO lightweight titleholder "Sugar" Raymundo Beltran (29-6-1, 17 KOs) signed a contract Thursday to battle unbeaten WBO lightweight world champion ...

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Verdejo shuts out Bravo; Lopez wins war

Verdejo shuts out Bravo; Lopez wins war

Photos: Hector Santos / Cotto Promotions Unbeaten Puerto Rican lightweight star Felix "El Diamante" Verdejo (14-0, 10 KOs) boxed beautifully in compiling a ...

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Wilder, Linares halt foes

Wilder, Linares halt foes

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos / Golden Boy Promotions WBC #1 heavyweight Deontay "Bronze Bomber" Wilder (32-0, 32KO) kept ...

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Brook wins IBF welterweight title, takes majority decision over Porter

Brook wins IBF welterweight title, takes majority decision over Porter

By Rocky Morales at ringside Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos / Golden Boy Promotions In a hard fought IBF welterweight championship bout, Kell "The Special ...

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Dirrell dethrones Bika; Figueroa retains WBC lightweight title

Dirrell dethrones Bika; Figueroa retains WBC lightweight title

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos / Golden Boy Promotions Anthony "The Dog" Dirrell (27-0-1, 22KO), by way of unanimous ...

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Beltran signs to fight Crawford

Beltran signs to fight Crawford

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Verdejo shuts out Bravo; Lopez wins war

Verdejo shuts out Bravo; Lopez

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Wilder, Linares halt foes

Wilder, Linares halt foes

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Brook wins IBF welterweight title, takes majority decision over Porter

Brook wins IBF welterweight title,

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Dirrell dethrones Bika; Figueroa retains WBC lightweight title

Dirrell dethrones Bika; Figueroa retains

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Boxing News

Rodriguez, Andrade presser

Emily Harney

Emily Harney

Undefeated prospect Edwin “La Bomba” Rodriguez has been added to the loaded “Saturday Afternoon Special” as the headliner in an 8 round middleweight match. U.S. Olympian Demetrius “The Cape Verdean Assassin” Andrade and former University of Rhode Island football player, Vladine Biosse, also will be featured on a rare matinee pro boxing show, “Saturday Afternoon Special,” Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. the Twin River Event Center in Lincoln, R.I. “Saturday Afternoon Special” is presented by Jimmy Burchfield’s Classic Entertainment and Sports Inc. (CES), in association with Twin River. (more…)



September 25th, 2009



Boxing Result

New SA promoter makes debut

By Ron Jackson

Andre Kerr under the banner of Seconds Out Boxing Promotions made his debut at the Wembley Indoor Arena in Johannesburg on Thursday night when he presented an action packed eight-bout tournament. (more…)



September 25th, 2009

Boxing Result

Ramos defeats Favela

Big Joe Miranda

Big Joe Miranda

By Francisco Salazar at ringside

Lightweight Luis Ramos (13-0, 7 KO’s) remained unbeaten as he won a six round unanimous decision over veteran Cristian Favela (16-21-6, 9 KO’s) at Club Nokia at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA. It was all Ramos as he was the more effective fighter, landing two-punch combinations from the outside. Favela had success on the inside, but Ramos was the clear winner. All three judges scored the bout 60-54 in favor of Ramos. (more…)



September 24th, 2009

Scale Watch

Klitschko, Arreola weigh-in

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko weighed in at 252lbs for his defense against Chris Arreola, who scaled in at 251. They meet Saturday at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Click here for more photos…



September 24th, 2009

Boxing Result

Weights From Montreal

By Dave Spencer

Jean Pascal 175 vs. Silvio Branco 174.2
(WBC light heavyweight championship)
Adonis Stevenson 166.14 vs. Jermain Mackey 167.7
Sebastien Demers 169 vs. Jose Spearman 168.1
Kevin Bizier 146.11 vs. Jose Leonardo Corona 146
Carl Handy 189.1 vs. David Whittom 193.1
Pier Olivier Cote 136.15 vs. Leonardo Rojas 137.1
Venue: Bell Centre
Promoter: Group Yvon Michel/ Interbox
TV: PPV (Canada)



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Figueroa signs with Golden Boy

By John Cannon

It’s official! The Rio Grande Valley has their first official Golden Boy Promotions fighter. Weslaco’s Omar Figueroa Jr. made it official Monday afternoon that he has chosen to sign with Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions on a five year deal. (more…)



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Pavlik-Williams official

WBC/WBO middleweight champion Kelly “The Ghost” Pavlik and two-division world champion Paul “The Punisher” Williams, along with their respective promoters, Todd duBoef and Dan Goossen, will host a news conference on Tuesday officially announcing their world middleweight title fight. Pavlik-Williams will take place December 5 at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall, and will be broadcast live on HBO. Pavlik (35-1, 31 KOs), from Youngstown, Ohio, who has been middleweight champion for nearly two years, will be making his third title defense. Williams (37-1, 27 KOs), from Augusta, Georgia, has twice held the WBO welterweight crown and is currently the WBO interim junior middleweight titlist.



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Ndlovu-Martinez IBF eliminator

ndlovu

By Ron Jackson

South Africa’s Takalani Ndlovu who is the current WBF featherweight champion moves down a division to take on Kiko Martinez of Spain in an IBF junior featherweight title eliminator at the Wembley Indoor Arena in Johannesburg on Friday night. This will possibly be the 32-year-old Ndlovu’s last chance to get a crack at one of the major organization belts. He is a former South African and IBO featherweight champion and when he challenged Steve Molitor in Canada on July 14, 2007 for the IBF junior featherweight belt he was stopped in the ninth round after a poor performance. (more…)



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Roach rips Floyd performance

By Dennis Principe

They still have to deal with Miguel Cotto but Hall-of-Fame trainer Freddie Roach just couldn’t hold back in talking about Floyd Mayweather, Jr. The day he arrived in Baguio City to hook up with his prized fighter Manny Pacquiao, Roach told Fightnews that Mayweather missed the chance of gaining enough bargaining leverage in his latest fight against Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez. “The fight was there for the taking but he just couldn’t finish Marquez because he doesn‘t have the balls to finish him off ,” said Roach. “The only way that he could have benefited in fighting Marquez was by knocking him out and doing something Manny couldn’t do. He’s a great boxer and I can’t take that away from him. But he’s not exciting. He doesn’t make me jump off my seat. That’s what boxing needs.” (more…)



September 24th, 2009

Feature Story

Staredown at the beach

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and challenger Cristobal Arreola demonstrated their skills for Southern California fight fans on Wednesday during free open workout at Muscle Beach in Venice, Calif. Klitschko hit the mitts with trainer Fritz Sdunek, shadow boxed and addressed the media and fans. Arreola jumped rope, posed and hit the mitts with trainer Henry Ramirez. The fighters also shook hands and faced off. Click here for quotes and photos galore



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Pascal predicts early KO

By Dave Spencer/Fightnews Canada

While he has never found a microphone he doesn’t like, WBC light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal has done an about face in the way he prepares for a fight, settling for seclusion instead of the bright lights. Pascal who defends his world WBC belt this Friday against mandatory challenger Silvio Branco once again fled all the conveniences of home and attended a training camp where boxing and only boxing were served up 24-7. “It was really tough because it was really boring over there,” said Pascal who spent time in upstate New York in preparation for his first title defense. “But I was able to stay focused, train really hard, eat, watch TV and sleep, that’s all, that’s all.” (more…)



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Seeger-Fonseca Oct. 23rd

By Lee Bates

NABF super bantamweight champion Al Seeger (28-4,22 KOs) will defend his title against Victor Fonseca (16-0,8 KOs) Oct 23rd. The bout will be a 10 round co-feature for Seeger’s title and air on Showtime’s ground-breaking ShoBox: The New Generation series. The main event will feature Cuba born Damian Frias (16-1, 7KOs) defending his WBC Latino welterweight title against Freddy Hernandez of Mexico (25-1, 18 KOs). Frias enters the bout on a twelve fight win streak while Hernandez is unbeaten in his last nine bouts. Site will be Laredo, Texas. Gary Shaw Productions will promote the event.



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Domingo-Navarro Oct. 3rd

By Lee Bates

Former U.S.A. 2000 Olympian and 4-time world title challenger Jose Navarro (26-4, 12 KOs) will take on veteran Michael Domingo (38-14-2, 16 KOs) of the Philippines on October 3rd at the Cuneta Astrodome, in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It will be Navarro’s first fight since February of 2008 when he lost by split decision to then WBC super flyweight champion Cristian Mijares. It was Navarro’s fourth unsuccessful attempt to win a world title. Navarro will have his hands full with Domingo who is riding a 7 bout win streak and is well known for pulling off upsets. In 2007 he upset then 22-0 highly touted prospect Miguel Roman by unanimous decision and about a year ago he upset former world champion Ratanachai Sor Vorapin of Thailand by 9th round TKO.

Also on the card will be world ranked minimumweight Milan Melindo of the Philippines (18-0, 5 KOs) who will look to keep his unbeaten win streak alive as he takes on hard punching Guadalupe Martinez (7-1, 7 KOs ) of Mexico who has a 100% KO percentage in his victories. Milan is world ranked no lower than number 5 by all four major sanctioning bodies. He impressively unanimously decisioned former world champion Muhammad Rachman in his last bout this past March and looks to continue on his world title quest with a victory over Martinez. Both Domingo and Melindo fight out of the well known ALA Boxing stable.



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Weights from Los Angeles

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Art Hovanessian 134.8 vs Baudel Cardenas 137
Luis Ramos Jr. 136.2 vs Cristian Favela 137.4
Karl Dargan 135.4 vs Rynell Griffin 135.4
Juan Sandoval 131.2 vs Victor Martinez 131.4
Charles Huerta 125.8 vs Rodrigo Aranda 125.4
Ronny Rios 126 vs Manuel Sarabia 126
Eric Godoy 133.8 vs Javier Solis 134
Venue: Club Nokia, L.A. Live, Los Angeles, California
Promoter: GoldenBoy



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

TONIGHT: Through the Ropes!

Guests: Vitali Klitschko and Jim Carney

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 WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and Jim Jeffries biographer Jim Carney. 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.



September 24th, 2009

Boxing News

Q&A: Salvador Sanchez II

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There’s no better person to ask about the similarities in the fighting styles of former Mexican world champion Salvador Sanchez and his nephew of the same name than legendary trainer Jimmy Montoya. Montoya worked with the featherweight world champion Sanchez in the early 1980s before he was tragically killed in a 1982 car accident at the age of 23. Three years later Sanchez’s brother had a son and named him after the great champion. On Saturday night, boxing fans will get to see a glimpse of what made the champion so special when Salvador Sanchez II (15-3-2, 8 KOs) takes on dangerous veteran Trinidad Mendoza in a featherweight bout on the undercard of the main event world title showdown between World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight champion Vitali “Dr. Iron Fist” Klitschko and WBC No. 1 contender Cristobal “The Nightmare’’ Arreola at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (more…)



September 24th, 2009

Boxing Result

Sheika stops Kruger

McLean stops Faruq Saleem; Gingas wins
Emily Harney

Emily Harney

Three-time world title challenger Omar Sheika won an entertaining slugfest tonight against a game Theo Kruger in the main event on the 8th annual “Fight To Educate” card at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire. Sheika (28-9, 19 KOs) wore-down Kruger (9-9-2, 3 KOs) and took a knee in the seventh round after Sheika unloaded a barrage of punches. The onslaught continued in the eighth as Kruger was decked again. He beat the 10-count on shaky legs, but the fight was wisely halted by the referee at that point. (more…)



September 23rd, 2009

Announcement

Rod Nazario passes

Nick Giongco

Nick Giongco

By Nick Giongco

Rod Nazario, the former business manager of Manny Pacquiao, and widely recognized as the man who gave the current pound-for-pound king his break on US soil, passed away at the age of 74 on Thursday morning at the Perpetual Help Hospital in Las Pinas, Metro Manila. Nazario, who became involved in the fight game during the time of Tanny Campo in the 1950s, had been diagnosed with lung cancer last year. Nazario even celebrated his birthday last Sept. 12 and over the weekend, Pacquiao dropped by the hospital and wished him well. Pacquiao was under the tutelage of Nazario from 1995 until 2005 and it was in June 2001 when Pacquiao made his American debut after Nazario negotiated that he be given the chance to fight underneath an Oscar De La Hoya headliner at the MGM Grand. Nazario was at ringside when Pacquiao knocked out Ricky Hatton last May in Las Vegas. Fightnews would like to express its condolences to the family of Nazario.



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Kirkland sentenced

Jr middleweight contender James Kirkland (25-0, 22 KOs) was sentenced today in Austin, Texas to 24 months in prison for purchasing a gun at a gun show while under probation for a previous robbery conviction. Kirkland was given credit for six months already served and he could be back in the ring in about a year.



September 23rd, 2009

Announcement

Alexey Chirkov passes

By Alexey Sukachev and Andrey Bazdrev

Fightnews is sad to report that well-known Russian middleweight and Perm beloved son Alexey “Ferocious” Chirkov has tragically died this Monday in his hometown. An unexpected cardiac seizure is called to be a cause of this shocking death. Chirkov was five months short of his 30th birthday. (more…)



September 23rd, 2009

Announcement

Charles E. Lomax 1924-2009

Charles E. Lomax, the first African American to become a partner at the powerhouse law firm of Sidley & Austin and later general counsel for legendary promoter Don King where he helped negotiate some of the biggest contracts in boxing, televised-sports and entertainment history, died on Sunday at Hospice by the Sea in Boca Raton, Fla. Mr. Lomax had battled pancreatic cancer for over two years. He was 85. (more…)



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Litzau-Edwards ESPN2 Nov. 4

By Lee Bates

Former world title challenger and newly crowned NABF lightweight champion Jason Litzau (25-2, 21 KOs) will take on veteran Johnnie Edwards (15-4-1, 8 KOs) in a special edition of ESPN2′s Wednesday Night fights November 4th. The bout will which will take place at Camp Lejuene, North Carolina is part of a salute to veterans week. Roy Jones’ Square Ring Inc. will promote.



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Bob Arum’s weekly column

Bob Arum is writing a weekly boxing column in the Las Vegas Sun. His latest talks about the November 14 Welterweight Championship fight between Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Here is a link to Arum’s column.



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Negron makes MSG debut

By Lee Bates

Unbeaten 6’6″ giant cruiserweight prospect and former 2008 Olympian Carlos Negron of Puerto Rico (5-0, 5 KOs) will look to extend his unbeaten KO streak as he takes on Larry Pryor of Texas. The bout will take place on the undercard of Top Rank’s Latin Fury 12 October 10th event. The PR Best Boxing (Ivan & Peter Rivera) promoted Negron has knocked-out all five of his opponents with four KOs coming in the first round. This will also mark the first time Negron has fought at the famed Madison Square Garden. “This will be Negron’s sixth fight this year and what an excellent opportunity for him to fight in such a historic venue as Madison Square Garden,” stated PR Best Boxing President Ivan Rivera. (more…)



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Diaz-Chavez workout

Photo: 8 Count Productions

Photo: 8 Count Productions

Former world champions David Diaz and Jesus Chavez each held an open workout for the Chicago media and fight fans on Tuesday afternoon. While a large crowd watched at JABB Boxing Gym, Diaz and Chavez went through a vigorous workout routine as they made final preparations for their showdown on Saturday night at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion. Both Diaz and Chavez looked in outstanding shape as they completed their training.The Diaz/Chavez ten round main event headlines “Warriors Collide/Windy City Fight Night 6” a seven bout card of world class professional boxing, presented by Dominic Pesoli’s 8 Count Productions. Tickets for “Warriors Collide/Windy City Fight Night 6” are priced at $151, $101, $76, $51 and $31, and are available through Ticketmaster (www.ticketmaster.com), the UIC Pavilion Box Office (312-413-5740) and the 8 Count Productions Office (312-226-5800). Click here for more photos…



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Sosa to defend Nov. 21

By Robert Coster

Boxing’s busiest champion, WBC light-flyweight monarch Edgar Sosa (37-5, 21 KOs) is set for yet another title defense on November 21st in Tuxla Gutierrez, Chappas, Mexico, the eleventh defense of his two year tenure as champion. The opponent being mentioned is touted Filipino contender Rodel Mayol (25-4-1, 19 KOs) who just gave WBO champion Ivan Calderon two tough back-to-back battles, one a draw and the other, a recent close point loss. It is very probable that with this fight Sosa would be closing out his reign in the 108lb division and stepping up to the flyweight division next year. For his part Mayol would be making his fourth attempt at winning the mini-flyweight title, after unsuccessful attempts against Ulises Solis and Calderon. Rodel is reputed for his lightening speed and excellent power. Declared champion Sosa, “I think Mayol proved how worthy a fighter he is against a great champion like Calderon, giving Ivan the hardest fights of his career. If the fight is confirmed, I expect a very difficult challenge from Mayol.”



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

AC honors Arturo Gatti

Photo: Mike Greenhill

Photo: Mike Greenhill

By Rick Scharmberg

Teon Kennedy and Lante Addy put on a terrific main event on Saturday night at Bally’s Atlantic City, a toe-to-toe slugfest from start to finish, making it a fitting end to an event honoring one of the most exciting fighters of our generation, the late Arturo “Thunder” Gatti. The card, “Night of Thunder: A Tribute to Arturo Gatti,” was promoted by Main Events-Arturo’s longtime promoter. You could tell it was going to be a special evening when you saw the billboard with Arturo’s name in bold letters on the Atlantic City Expressway before reaching the resort city. Upon reaching the sixth floor ballroom at Bally’s, there were facades surrounding the lobby with the warrior’s image. For more details and photos click here…



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Diaz, Chavez ring opening bell

8 Count Productions

8 Count Productions

In front of a large crowd of traders and boxing fans at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange, former world champions David Diaz and Jesus Chavez rang the opening bell on Tuesday morning to start off the trading day. After opening the trading day, Diaz and Chavez were swarmed by hundreds of traders and CBOE employees as they walked the trading floor for over 90 minutes where they posed for pictures and signed autographs. Diaz and Chavez square off in the main event this Saturday night at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion.



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Prizefighter pairings

The quarter-final draw is set for the October 2 “Prizefighter Heavyweights III” tournament at the ExCel in London. The field includes reigning British champion and Mike Tyson conqueror Danny Williams (41-7, 31 KOs) and Olympic Games gold medalist Audley Harrison (23-4, 17 KOs). Michael Sprott has withdrawn from the eight-man, one-night boxing tournament after the recent death of his sister. Stepping in for Sprott will be Neil Perkins.

Pairings are:
Scott Gammer vs Coleman Barrett
Danny Williams vs Carl Baker
Audley Harrison vs Scott Belshaw
Neil Perkins vs Danny Hughes

Each bout is scheduled for three rounds or less with winners advancing to the next round. The winner will pocket $52,000. This will be the eighth edition of the popular Prizefighter competition on Sky Sports promoted by Matchroom Sport.



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Roach: Pacquiao very sharp

Dennis Principe

Dennis Principe

By Dennis Principe

If Manny Pacquiao were to fight Miguel Cotto this weekend, there is no doubt in the mind of Freddie Roach the Filipino boxing sensation could still win the highly-anticipated bout. This was how Roach described Pacquiao’s conditioning as soon as the two linked up for the first time since their 2nd round demolition of Ricky Hatton last May in Las Vegas: “He was very sharp. If I didn’t know better I would think he was in the gym for a month. His combinations are fast and his power is already there. His mindset, we’re on the same page that we know how to fight Cotto,” said Roach moments after their training. (more…)



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Jose Cotto returns Friday

Promociones Miguel Cotto

Promociones Miguel Cotto

Last month two-time former lightweight world title challenger José Miguel Cotto (29-1, 21 KOs) returned to the ring for the first time in 27 months. Since then he hasn’t stopped, and with the clear purpose of regaining his well earned place in boxing, he’s facing his role as the headliner in the “Boxeo Boricua in Caguas” event that will take place in the Héctor Solá Bezares Coliseum on Saturday. “The first phase was the hardest” explained José Miguel, regarding the process of regaining his condition and fighting weight. He assured that he feels “focused and ready to win,” against whatever rival he’ll face. On Saturday, José Miguel will fight Martín Ramírez (7-11-1, 4 KOs), from Phoenix, Arizona. If Cotto comes out with a victory, probably he’d fight next in Las Vegas on the day before the “Firepower” mega event, where his younger brother (world champion Miguel Cotto) will face Manny Pacquiao.



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Boytsov opponent named

Universum Box-Promotion

Universum Box-Promotion

Unbeaten heavyweight KO artist Denis Boytsov (25-0, 20 KOs) will face Jason Gavern (18-5-3, 8 KOs) on the October 10 “Universum Champions Night” in Rostock. Boytsov (WBA #5, IBF #8, WBC #10, WBO #10) will be risking his world ranking and WBA Intercontinental championship.

In another just announced heavyweight bout on the card, unbeaten Manuel Charr (12-0, 6 KOs) puts his unbeaten record on the line against veteran Sherman “Tank” Williams (34-10-2, 19 KOs), who has won nine straight.

In a third notable heavyweight clash, Sebastian Köber (18-0, 13 KOs) meets Markus Tomala (6-0, 3 KOs) in a battle of unbeatens for the interim German heavyweight championship. (more…)



September 23rd, 2009

Feature Story

Pacman training photos!

Nick Giongco

Nick Giongco

By Nick Giongco

Manny Pacquiao finally hooked up with trainer Freddie Roach, who arrived in Baguio, Philippines, on Tuesday to start training camp with the pound-for-pound king in preparation for the Miguel Cotto showdown on Nov. 14 in Las Vegas. oach arrived at 3:45 am via Philippine Airlines and he was joined in the trip from Los Angeles by conditioning coach Alex Ariza and Wild Card enforcer Rob Peters. They were immediately brought by land to Baguio and Roach and company went to work. Pacquiao welcomed the arrival of Roach, who fell in love with the Shape Up Gym that will host Pacquiao’s daily training sessions until mid-October or beyond. A media day is being scheduled on Oct. 1 in Baguio when Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum arrives in the country to check on his fighter. Arum is arriving via Philippine Airlines and he will be fetched at the airport by Pacquiao friend and ex-Ilocos Sur Gov. Chavit Singson, who has a private plane that will bring the Top Rank chief and select members of the media to the City of Pines. More photos…



September 23rd, 2009

Full Report

GIANT Report: Klitschko-Arreola

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

By Edgar Gonzalez

On one of this summer’s hottest days in Southern California, WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and #1 ranked Cristobal Arreola hosted their final press conference at the Nokia Plaza in Los Angeles CA. Both fighters are scheduled to collide for the heavyweight title on Saturday, Sept. 26th, at the Staple Center. Click for more details and photos galore



September 23rd, 2009

Boxing News

Canchila, Landaeta eliminator?

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Formers world champions Cesar Canchila (28-2, 22 KOs) of Colombia and Juan Landaeta (25-6-1, 19 KOs) of Venezuela could meet in an IBF eliminator with the winner to challenge IBF jr. flyweight champion Brian Viloria. Canchila is rated IBF #6 and Landaeta is #9. The fight would be held in November at the Elías Chegwin Gym in Barranquilla or in Monteria, the hometown of Canchila. The negotiations for this fight are ongoing and are expected to be finalized shortly.



September 23rd, 2009




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