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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 Showtime’s Nick Charles climbs Through the Ropes. Call or email your questions to email@example.com. 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 9:00 p.m. ET.
Former world champion Clarence “Bones” Adams (43-6-4, 19 KOs) and title contender Almazbek “Kid Diamond” Raiymkulov (27-2-1, 15 KOs) headline a “Sterling Night of Fights” presented by Sterling Promotions of Las Vegas Friday, June 12, in The Pearl at the Palms Casino Resort. Adams meets Anthony Napunyi (14-4, 7 KOs) in a 10-round super featherweight co-main event and Raiymkulov faces Joshua Allotey (16-7, 14 KOs) in the other co-main, a 10-round lightweight bout. Also on the six-bout card will be former heavyweight title challenger Charles Shufford (20-8-1, 9 KOs) and undefeated super lightweight Sharif Bogere, super lightweight Renell Griffin (6-0, 3 KOs) and super middleweight Thomas Rittenbaugh. The card June 12 starts at 6:30 p.m. with doors to The Pearl opening at 5:30. Tickets, priced at $25, $50 and $75, are available at The Pearl box office from noon to 7 p.m. daily; by calling The Pearl box office at 702-944-3200.
California State Athletic Commission Assistant Executive Officer Bill Douglas has accepted a position within the Department of Consumer Affairs (which CSAC falls under) in the Department’s Division of Legislative and Policy Review. He will begin May 18. This is a position he sought – he was in no way “terminated,” or removed, or asked to resign from his post. With the departure of Douglas, plus longtime Chief Inspector Dean Lohuis who was fired by Douglas effective April 21, and the state interviewing candidates for the Executive Officer position formerly held by Armando Garcia, there is currently a huge question mark on who will head the regulation of boxing in the Golden State, which the busiest state for boxing.
One of the sport’s most highly respected executives, Bob Goodman, has agreed to join Square Ring Promotions as Chief Operating Officer, it was announced today by Chief Executive Officer John S. Wirt. Goodman will be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, N.Y. on June 14, joining his legendary father Murray Goodman as a member. He has been a matchmaker, promoter, publicist and manager over his 50 some odd years in boxing. “We’re very proud to have Bob Goodman on our team,” said Square Ring President Roy Jones, Jr. “He’s a great addition and shows how serious we are about the future of our Company.” Goodman, who will turn 70 on June 8, was the Vice President of Boxing Operations and Public Relations for Don King Productions for many years at his last post. He was also the head at Madison Square Garden Boxing, where they developed many champions, including, James “Buddy” McGirt, Kevin Kelley, “Poison” Junior Jones, Aaron “Superman” Davis, Tom “Boom Boom” Johnson, Tracy Harris Patterson, Lonnie Bradley, Julio Cesar Green and Hector Acero Sanchez. “I’m happy to join Square Ring, headed by such a great champion as Roy,” said Goodman from his home in New Jersey. “This is a great opportunity and challenge for me to do what I love with people I like and respect. I’m excited about being with this young dynamic company and the prospects for the future.”
With more boxing shows scheduled in 2009 than any other promoter in California and Nevada, promoter Roy Englebrecht announced today that he will now place at least one heavyweight bout on every show he promotes. “Boxing promoters need to be proactive and do everything they can to resurrect the heavyweight division for our sport, so I have decided to showcase a heavyweight bout on each and every show that we will promote in 2009,” said Englebrecht. “I want every young heavyweight out there to contact my matchmaker Arnold Berber so that we can start scheduling bouts, and with 20 shows in 2009 we can keep a lot of heavyweight boxers busy.” Englebrecht is the promoter of the highly successful Battle In The Ballroom series at the Irvine Marriott, the Worlds Collide series at Buffalo Bill’s Star of the Desert Arena in Primm, Nevada, and the new boxing series at HP Pavilion in San Jose. All 2009 shows are available at www.battleintheballroom.com. Interested heavyweight boxers or trainers can contact Roy Englebrecht Promotion’s Manager of Fighter Relations and Head Matchmaker Arnold Berber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Alex Dombroff
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World heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (52-3, 46 KOs) and David Haye (22-1, 21 KOs) were in NYC Thursday to discuss their June 20 title bout, which sold 30,000 tickets in the first day of sales in Germany. Once again Haye showed up wearing a shirt that depicted him in the middle of the ring holding up Wladamir’s and Vitali’s decapitated heads.
Haye: I came out from the first bell and I throw bombs. That’s exactly what you’re going to get on June 20th. Just look at the way the tickets have sold, 47,000 in under two days. It’s not because people want to come see Wladamir jab all night long, hell no. I’m healthy, I’m happy, and I’m in my prime. This is my time to shine.
Klitschko: To be honest, I love to perform. That’s why I have so many fights. He’s laughing about my jab. Keep laughing. He will get a pizza face from this jab. I will knock him out in the 12th. I hope and I wish it will be the 12th. I will enjoy the press conference. At the press conference after the fight, I will make you eat your words and your t-shirt.
By Lee Bates
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Willy Blain (20-0,3 KOs) has traveled a long distance from Germany to Puerto Rico where he seeks to win the WBO interim title this Saturday. Blain will take on fellow contender unbeaten Lamont Peterson (26-0, 12 KOs). Fightnews caught up with Blain at his hotel in Puerto Rico. Blain commented on whether he needed to be the aggressor to win this fight, adjusting to the time difference from Germany to Puerto Rico, and making his U.S. debut on HBO. (more…)
By Marc Lichtenfeld
Former junior middleweight champion Kassim “The Dream” Ouma wants nothing more than to put the past away and look forward. His fight Friday night against Gabriel Rosado in Newark, New Jersey is a step in that direction. Yet he is constantly asked to revisit his past. By now Ouma’s story is well known. He was abducted at 7 years old by rebels in his native Uganda and forced under threat of death to witness and perform unspeakable acts. While his life hasn’t exactly been a fairy tale since defecting to the United States, he won a world title, put siblings through college, supported numerous family members in Africa and brought his mother and son to America. (more…)
By Gary “Digital” Williams
Undefeated Eldersburg, MD light heavyweight prospect Mark “TNT” Tucker will face his most experienced opponent in the Friday, April 24 main event contest at the Shipley Arena in Westminster, MD. Tucker (8-0, seven KO’s) will take on veteran Ross “The Boss” Thompson (27-12-2, 17 KO’s) of Buffalo, NY in an eight-round contest. (more…)
By Dave Spencer/John Robbins, FightNews Canada
If former IBF super-bantamweight champion Steve Molitor wishes to make his next Casino Rama appearance a title elimination fight as originally scheduled, a run to the border may be in order. The #3 ranked Molitor who meets #8 Heriberto Ruiz on June 26th has also been penciled in to make an appearance in just over one weeks time on Friday May 1st in Yucatan Mexico according to Spanish language website OEM (Organizacion Editorial Mexicana). So why a six round fight so far from home and so close to an important fight? Simple, per IBF rules, Molitor cannot participate in a title elimination fight coming off a knockout loss. The ‘Canadian Kid’ suffered his first loss last time out in a title unification bout versus WBA champ Celistino Caballero last November where he was stopped in the fourth round. The Mexican border run against a so-far unnamed opponent would presumably fill that loophole for Molitor who is presently training and sparring in his hometown of Toronto. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Top Rank’s big June 13 card at Madison Square Garden on the eve of New York City’s annual Puerto Rican Day Parade, headlined by the welterweight unification showdown between Miguel Cotto and Joshua Clottey, may also have another big star from the island in the ring. The possibility exists that unbeaten WBO jr flyweight world champion Iván Cauldron (32-0, 6 KOs) will defend his crown as well. Filipino Rodel Mayol has been discussed as a possible opponent for the “Iron Boy.”
World heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko will face David Haye in front of an expected 63,000 sell out crowd at the Veltins Arena, the home of FC Schalke, in Germany. Thomas Spiegel, a spokesman for the stadium, told Setanta Sports News that demand had been “amazingly big.” He said: “We’ve sold 50,000 tickets in the first week since the official sale of the tickets began. It’s been quite a success; we’re expecting a sell-out crowd of over 60,000 people in our stadium. We weren’t expecting the tickets to be sold quite so quickly. We knew that Wladimir Klitschko was popular in Germany, despite being a Ukrainian. This fight has created an amazing buzz.” Spiegel revealed that plans were afoot to increase the stadiums capacity to accommodate the thousands of fans wanting a ticket. He added: “Right now there’s a space where usually the pitch is. There are plans to create space for another 6000, 7000 people. There will be more tickets made available. Right now there are no more tickets available because all the tickets we had prepared for the first phase sold. But there will be another allocation available in the next few days. There’s no need to buy them on the black market.”
Helsinki´s Hartwall-Arena will host the first-ever heavyweight title fight on Finnish soil when WBA champion Nikolai Valuev takes on Ruslan Chagaev in an eagerly anticipated rematch on May 30. The Russian Giant (50-1, 34 KOs) is determined to avenge the only loss of his career. “The day has come to settle the score,” Valuev said. “I have been waiting for two years to make amends. Only a victory over Chagaev can put my mind at rest.” To this day, Chagaev is the only person ever to have beaten the Russian Giant, who has won all of his four fights since their meeting in April 2007. “I know everything there is to know about Chagaev,” Valuev said. “This is the fourth time I am actually preparing for a fight with him.” Last summer, Chagaev twice pulled out of scheduled rematches due to injury problems, which prompted the WBA to vacate the title. Valuev defeated John Ruiz in August to become the new WBA heavyweight champion, while Chagaev has been listed as “champion in recess” ever since. “Now is the time to end all this confusion,” Valuev said. “There will only be one WBA heavyweight champion after May 30 – and that will be me.” The local promoter of the event will be Tailor Events in cooperation with Live Nation and Pekka Maki´s P3 Boxing. Ticket sales will start on May 4 through Eventim.
Gearing up for the biggest fight in WEC® history against “The California Kid” Urijah Faber, featherweight champion Mike Brown will provide an exclusive blog for the WEC website, www.wec.tv. Over the next month, Brown will write about his experiences training with the renowned American Top Team in Coconut Creek, FL, as well as life as a professional fighter. (more…)
By Alexey Sukachev
WBO #13 and IBF #15 junior welterweight Sergey “Professor” Fedchenko defended his IBF intercontinental title in style by dismantling Argentinean guest Diego Jesus Ponce (16-5-2, 2 KOs) in seven easy-fought rounds tonight at “Lokomotiv” Palace of sports in Kharkiv, Ukraine. After a slow start, Fedchenko started to dominate inside the squared ring since the fourth round. In the seventh stanza, Fedchenko suddenly unleashed a brutal combo of left hook – right hook – left uppercut, and Ponce slowly sank down to be counted out by the referee. Fedchenko, one of the most gifted Ukrainian technicians around, is now 23-0, with 11 KOs. (more…)
By Alexey Sukachev
According to the Championat.ru web portal, Roman Karmazin (38-3-1, 24 KOs) will face Brazilian veteran Luiz Augusto Dos Santos (24-15, 20 KOs) on May 9 in Chimkent, Kazakhstan. This fight will top a huge undercard of a big show, promoted by KZ Event Productions, the newly created Kazakh promotional group led by Shumenov brothers. In the main event, uniquely-fast-rising light heavyweight prospect Beibut Shumenov (7-0, 5 KOs) will take on the former world champion Alejandro Berrio (28-5, 27 KOs) in a scheduled twelve-rounder.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Former world champion Félix ‘Tito’ Trinidad and promoter Don King had a meeting in the Hotel Ritz Carlton of Isla Verde, Puerto Rico to try to set up a rematch between Trinidad and Bernard Hopkins. Trinidad, now 36, suffered his first defeat against Hopkins, now 44, in 2001. Sources assure that Don King and Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer are near an agreement for a fight in November. Trinidad needs to train for five or six months.
At the final press conference on Wednesday supporting Friday night’s Don King-promoted fight card (SHOWTIME 11 p.m. ET/PT), St. Louis boxing stars Cory Spinks and Deandre Latimore headed off to Busch Stadium where they received some help from Cardinals mascot “Fredbird” before throwing out ceremonial pitches prior to a night game against the Mets. The former four-time world champion Spinks will take on once-beaten Latimore on Friday for the vacant IBF junior middleweight championship. WBC No. 1-ranked super welterweight Devon Alexander will take on Jesus Rodriguez in the co-feature.
King’s Promotions is proud to announce “Pain on Penn Street” scheduled for May 30 at the Sovereign Performing Arts Center in Reading, PA . In the main event, highly-regarded heavyweight prospect Travis Kauffman (16-0, 13 KOs) will make his first appearance in his hometown since being featured on national television this past December. In his Showtime debut, Kauffman knocked out Malachy Farrell in three rounds. He has since scored two more impressive knockouts, dominating Ken Murphy and Cliff Couser in succession. Kauffman was initially slated to perform on an earlier date but a minor injury pushed back his ring return. (more…)
The principals for Saturday night’s highly anticipated world title fight on SHOWTIME participated in a final press conference on Wednesday at Gallagher’s Steak House in Manhattan. Undefeated Carl “The Cobra” Froch will defend his WBC) super middleweight title against Jermain “Bad Intentions” Taylor, a former undisputed middleweight titleholder, live on SHOWTIME (9 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the west coast) from the MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, Conn. Froch (24-0, 19 KOs), of Nottingham, England, will be making the first defense of the vacant 168-pound crown he gained in his last outing with a unanimous 12-round decision over Jean Pascal on Dec. 6, 2008. Taylor (28-2-1, 17 KOs), of Little Rock, Ark., has had a prolific pro career since winning a bronze medal for the United States in the 2000 Olympic Games. The six-foot-one-inch, 30-year-old Taylor is the only boxer to twice defeat future Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins. Senior VP and General Manager of Sports and Event Programming for SHOWTIME, Ken Hershman, Froch and Taylor discussed the upcoming match and fielded questions from the media. (more…)
By Craig Watt
On Sunday former WBA light-heavyweight and WBC interim super-middleweight champion Danny Green (25-3, 22KO’s) returns to the boxing ring after an eighteen month absence following the announcement of his retirement in March 2008. In the promotion entitled, “Unfinished Business” he takes on experienced South African Anthony Van Niekerk (21-6-2, 13KO’s) at the Challenge Stadium in Perth, Western Australia. This is the first fight in the Australian’s planned comeback, targeting former two-time WBA super-middleweight Anthony Mundine in perhaps Australia’s most lucrative fight in history when they plan to face off in front of 40,000 fans at the Subiaco Oval in Perth, early in 2010. Both of Sunday’s matched fighters met at the head to head press conference at the Rendezvous Hotel in Scarborough, Perth Wednesday and faced the media. (more…)
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WBC super middleweight champion Carl “The Cobra” Froch and Jermain “Bad Intentions” Taylor faced off today in New York City at their final pre fight press conference ahead of their massive world title fight at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut this Saturday night. SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING will televise at 9PM ET/PT. The two fighters finally came face to face after having traded barbs across the Atlantic for the past few months. (More to come.)
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Undefeated champion Juan Manuel Lopez figures to be tested this Saturday night when he takes on the two-time world champion Gerry Penalosa in “Champion vs. Champion” a championship card presented by Top Rank and PR Best Boxing Promotions this Saturday at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. “I welcome the challenge of this great champion and look forward to a great fight this Saturday. He has a lot of experience and has fought at a high level for a long time and it should be a great fight, but one that I expect to win to keep my world title,” said Juan Manuel Lopez, the WBO jr. Featherweight fight. (more…)
Julio Cesar “Pingo” Miranda Lopez said that he’s coming back to Mexico with the WBC flyweight, which will be on the line when he confronts legendary Pongsaklek Wonjongkam on Friday. At today’s press conference that took place in Radisson Hotel in Bangkok Thailand, Miranda (29-3-1, 22 KOs), managed by Promocione and Wonjongkam (71-3-1, 22 KOs) answered all the questions to the media. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Puerto Rican referee Luis Pabon will be the third man on the ring when German Felix Sturm and Japanese Koji Sato fight for the WBA middleweight title at the König Palast in Krefeld, Germany on Saturday. The three judges are David Singh (Panama), Pinit Prayadsab (Thailand) and Juan Manuel García Reyes (Spain). The fight supervisor is Guy Jutras from Canada.
Unbeaten Irish light welterweight sensation Dean “Irish Lightning” Byrne fights for the first time in 2009 when he battles Mexican southpaw Jose Reynoso (10-2, 1 KO) in a scheduled eight round bout on May 1 at South Point Hotel Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not only will Byrne be making his debut in the glitz and glitter of Las Vegas, the 24-year-old Irishman will be fighting the night before the Manny Pacquiao-Ricky Hatton showdown in the same city with Manny’s trainer, Freddie Roach, also in his corner. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Unified world super flyweight champion Vic “Raging Bull’’ Darchinyan, who will attempt to become a world champion in a third weight class when he challenges IBF bantamweight champion Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko on Saturday, July 11, live on SHOWTIME (9 p.m. ET/PT), has replied to comments by Nonito Donaire and his promoter Bob Arum. “I will fight Nonito Donaire, anywhere and anytime, just make sure to bring a belt and don’t be afraid,” said Darchinyan. “Bob Arum likes to talk up his fighters, just to build them up. He was talking about me not being able to attract fans, more people came to watch me and Christian Mijares in the pouring rain than all his boys in the same division on the same night in Vegas.” (more…)
World-ranked, undefeated super middleweight Andre Ward (18-0, 12 KOs) meets hard-hitting Colombian Edison Miranda (32-3, 28 KOs) May 16 on a special Saturday primetime edition of ShoBox: The New Generation live on SHOWTIME at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. A victory in what most agree will be Ward’s toughest test could put the talented, classy 2004 Olympic Games gold medalist in position to fight the winner of this Saturday’s showdown between undefeated WBC 168-pound champion Carl Froch and former undisputed middleweight kingpin Jerman Taylor on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING (9 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the west coast). (more…)
World Extreme Cagefighting® bantamweight champion Miguel Angel Torres will be honored for his third consecutive title defense by the Chicago White Sox during the team’s game against divisional rival Detroit on Wednesday, May 6 at 7:11PM CT. Torres, a native of nearby East Chicago, IN, will be on hand tothrow out the game’s ceremonial first pitch.
Fresh off a unanimous decision win over Japanese striker Takeya Mizugaki on April 5 at the UIC Pavilion, Torres is thrilled that the White Sox recognized his accomplishments. “The support that I receive in my hometown is phenomenal,” Torres, who improved to 36-1 with the win over Mizugaki, said. “The White Sox are a championship organization and I am looking forward to watching them contend for another World Series title this season.”
By Alexey Potapov
WBO/IBF/IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (52-3, 46 KOs) can’t wait to get at former WBC/WBA/WBO cruiserweight champion David Haye (22-1, 21 KOs) on June 20th in Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany. After the end of a wild press conference this week in London, the Ukrainian world champion has given an exclusive interview to Fightnews.com.
Hello Wladimir! After lots of offensive comments and a T-shirt with an image of him holding the severed heads of both Klitschko Brothers, what do you feel?
I am revolted! Believe me, he will answer to the Klitschko Family for everything. Both for the T-shirt and for his words. I don’t wish to spend the energy for trash talk as he is doing. I thought that gentlemen lived in England, but that’s not the case with Haye. I’m going to knock him out. I’m going to punish him all twelve rounds. I hope that he doesn’t fall too early.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Current WBO flyweight champion Omar Narváez may defend his crown for the 16th time in June in his home province of Chubut, Argentina. The bout against an opponent to be named could land in the city of Commodore Rivadavia. “Huracan” Narváez is 33 years old and has a record of 29-0-2 with 18 KOs). He has been world champion since July of 2002.
Four-time world champion pound-for-pound king Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao throws out the first pitch for the San Francisco Giants-San Diego Padres major league baseball game Tuesday during “Filipino Heritage Night” at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Manny ‘Bobbleheads’ were given away as gifts to the sold out crowd. Pacquiao is preparing for his upcoming “The Battle of East and West” IBO Jr. Welterweight championship PPV fight against Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton on May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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The Gateway City’s biggest boxing stars opened their workouts to the media today to promote Friday’s “Show Me in St. Louis” card at Scottrade Center (SHOWTIME 11 p.m. ET/PT, 10 p.m. CT, delayed on the West Coast). The main event features a hometown showdown for the vacant International Boxing Federation junior middleweight championship when Cory Spinks (36-5, 11 KOs) takes on hard-punching IBF No. 6-ranked contender Deandre “The Bull” Latimore (19-1, 16 KOs). The co-feature showcases undefeated World Boxing Council No. 1-ranked super lightweight Devon Alexander “The Great” (17-0, 10 KOs) meeting Jesus “Chuy” Rodriguez (19-3, 5 KOs), from Salinas, Calif., a winner in 11 of his last 12 outings. (more…)
After capturing the world’s attention, “The Battle of East and West”, the mega-fight between Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao and Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton on May 2nd at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, has officially sold out. For those not as fortunate as the thousands of fans who will be in the arena that night, there is still a chance to experience the action in Las Vegas as closed circuit tickets are still available at Mandalay Bay, Mirage, TI, Monte Carlo, Circus Circus, Luxor and New York-New York. “Given that the live gate for this event is sold out, coupled with the sellout of tonight’s San Francisco Giants baseball game where Manny is the guest of honor, indicates to me that ‘The Battle of East and West’ is on track to break all existing pay-per-view records,” said Bob Arum, Chairman of Top Rank. Tickets for the closed circuit telecast are priced at $50, not including handling fees. All seats are general admission and are now on sale at each individual property’s box office outlets or by phone with a major credit card at (866) 799-7711. Ticket sales are limited to eight (8) per person.
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After landing in Puerto Rico on Monday night, two world champion Gerry “Fearless” Penalosa held a media workout today at the Wilfredo Gomez Gym in Guaynabo, as he puts on the final touches to his preparations for this Saturday Championship fight against local idol Juan Manuel Lopez. “I have trained very hard for this fight, because I know how hard this fight is going to be. Lopez is a great champion and I will have to be at my best to defeat him and I will be at my best on Saturday,” said Penalosa a former WBC 112 pound champion and the current WBO bantamweight king. (more…)
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