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Former interim UFC® welterweight champion Carlos Condit (28-7, fighting out of Albuquerque, N.M.) returns to the Octagon® to face top contender Martin Kampmann (20-6, fighting out of Las Vegas, Nev.) on Wednesday, August 28 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. The two previously met in 2009, with Kampmann earning a razor-thin split decision. Now the two meet again to settle the score in the UFC’s first event in Indianapolis since UFC 119 in 2010. (more…)
By Miguel Maravilla
Photos: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum hosted a news conference in Beverly Hills, California on Monday to announce the signing and professional debut of 2012 Japanese Olympic Gold Medalist Ryota Murata. Plans are for Murata to make his pro debut in August. He will be trained by Ismael Salas and Miguel Diaz, and alternate between the Teiken Gym in Tokyo and the Top Rank Gym in Las Vegas.
The charismatic Murata said in English that he is very excited to be working with Bob Arum and will do his best to become a world champion. Arum stated, “Murata really can fight. His style is extremely crowd-pleasing. He comes in and throws punches with the view to destroy…believe me, in three years we’ll have a new middleweight champion.” photos
Former world light heavyweight champion and current European champion Jurgen Brähmer returns to the ring on August 24 at the Sport und Congress Hall in Schwerin, Germany. Brähmer’s opponent will be announced later this week.
Boxing legends Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard and Oscar de la Hoya head up the list to be feted when the star-studded inaugural class of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame is officially inducted at a gala dinner on August 10 at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Tickets for the event, ranging from $50 to $250, will go on sale on today.
Entertainment mogul Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Lou DiBella have acquired the rights to TAPIA, the gripping documentary based on the life of five-time world champion boxer, Johnny Tapia. DiBella’s new production company, BK Blu Productions, and 50 Cent’s G-Unit Film and Television have joined to present the film, also produced by filmmaker Eddie Alcazar and Andrea Monier. The world premiere of the documentary will take place at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 15 at the Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE with an additional screening on Wednesday June 19.
Undefeated World Boxing Organization (WBO) featherweight champion Mikey Garcia (31-0, 26 KOs) and former WBO junior featherweight and featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez (33-2, 30 KOs) will host a public workout, outdoors at the AT&T Plaza at the American Airlines Center (2500 Victory Ave., Dallas, TX. 75219) tomorrow beginning at 2:00 p.m. CT. Garcia and Lopez are in the last five days of training for their upcoming world championship rumble in Dallas.
2:00 P.M. – Lopez
2:30 P.M. – Garcia
By Ron Jackson
Former IBF heavyweight champion the 44-year-old Francois Botha faces a novice in 21-year-old Joseph Parker from New Zealand over eight rounds at the Trusts Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand on Thursday night. On paper this is more like a circus event rather a boxing match as Botha who has been fighting as a professional for more than 22 years, made his pro debut before Parker was born.
Parker has only had five fights as a professional against Dean Garmonsway (2-1), Terry Tuteru (0-9-1), Richard Tutaki (20-22-1), Dontay Pati (0-1) and Brice Ritani-Coe (pts 6), winning four of the five inside the distance. (more…)
By Sam Geraci at ringside
Photo by Tom Barnes/Hitz Boxing
On June 8, in the main event of Bobby Hitz Boxing’s “Fight Night at the Horseshoe” in Hammond, IN, WBA #5 rated heavyweight “Fast” Fres Oquendo (36-7, 23 KOs) of Chicago, IL, continued his quest toward another world title shot by defending his WBA Fedelatin title and by winning the NABA and WBC Silver titles in a hard-fought ten round unanimous decision over Derric “El Leon” Rossy (28-7, 14 KOs) of Medford, NY. Scores were 98-92 and 97-94 (twice).
With talks of a clash with Tomasz Adamek circulating and the pressures of being expected to look impressive at the age of 40 serving as the backdrop to Saturday’s event, Oquendo used his grit and wile to pull off the type of decision that has evaded him in his most meaningful fights against the likes of Holyfield, McCall, Ruiz and Byrd. (more…)
By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Lisa Garland of York, SC scored an eight-round technical knockout over Little Rock, AK’s Kerri “The Rage” Hill to win two world titles in the first-ever scheduled 12-round contest with each round going three minutes in length. The bout was the main event of the G Promotions card at EchoStage Lounge in Washington, DC. The two boxers were no strangers to each other as they had fought twice before with Garland winning both previous contests. They also were familiar with the three-minute round length, having gone 10 rounds with the added time in the first two contests. (more…)
By Boxing Bob Newman
After Friday night’s scintillating Shobox broadcast (6-7-13), a post-fight presser featuring main event combatants Nick Brinson and Jorge Melendez, as well as semi-main victor Jeffrey Fontanez. The Brinson-Melendez fight saw Brinson gut out his toughest win on one week’s notice- trade knockdowns with Melendez in a round-of-the-year fourth, and withstand several debilitating rabbit punches. Fontanez had to climb off the deck to maintain his unbeaten ledger.
Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren today announced a major multi-fight agreement for the Copper Box Arena with venue operator GLL. The deal will guarantee that world class boxing will be at the heart of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park sports offering and comes less than one month before the North of the Park re-opens to the general public for the first time since the 2012 Games. The 7,000 seat Copper Box Arena was known as the “box that rocks” during the London Olympics. Headlining the first event on September 21st will be a British middleweight title showdown between the unbeaten champion Billy Joe Saunders and the undefeated challenger John Ryder. Further title fights and full undercard will be announced shortly.
Commenting on the announcement, Frank Warren said: “This is a superb setting for boxing. The Copper Box is what all the investment in the Olympics was about – legacy and giving London a fantastic arena. I’m looking forward to bringing the big fights to this venue.”
By Boxing Bob Newman
The 24th annual International Boxing Hall of Fame induction ceremonies took place on Sunday, June 9th in Canastota, New York. Living inductees included British journalist Colin Hart (observers category), ring announcer Jimmy Lennon Jr. (non-participants category), two-time champion Arturo Gatti (posthumously), two-time WBA Light flyweight champ Myung Woo Yuh and WBA (2x) / IBF light heavyweight champ and WBA cruiserweight (2x) champ Virgil Hill.
By Miguel Maravilla
After what was another action packed fight from the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, Marcos “El Chino” Maidana (33-3, 30 KOs) and Josesito Lopez (30-5, 18 KOs) spoke to the media after their six round welterweight showdown Saturday night.
Josesito Lopez: “We were expecting a tough fight. It didn’t go too well for me. It was an early stoppage. We are warriors. I’m not happy with the stoppage. I wish the referee would have let me fight my way through…he caught me with a good punch, nothing to deny. I am not happy with the result.”
Marcos Maidana: “Good evening I want to thank everyone for being here. I am happy to have won such a tough fight. We had a difficult training camp and I want to thank my sparring partner Brandon Rios for helping me prepare for this fight.
“He hit me in my leg that got me numb and he landed a couple of good body shots. I told Robert (Garcia) when I went back to the corner that I was numb and he told me you’re here to go to war.” (more…)
By Dave Spencer
It took only :76 seconds and a single left hand to make 35 year-old Adonis “Superman” Stevenson an overnight sensation and new WBC light-heavyweight champion, capturing the title in spectacular fashion from Chad Dawson Saturday night in Montreal. It was the quickest title victory in the light heavyweight division since Bobby Czyz took just 1:01 in an IBF title defence in 1986 and propels Stevenson past local rivals and former champions Jean Pascal and Lucian Bute and makes the local scene very interesting with Stevenson’s ascension to the world stage.
The Montreal fighter who moved up from 168 pounds for the fight didn’t waste any time in calling out the name of Bernard Hopkins when asked who her wanted next in what has been a devastating path of destruction to the top. “I’ve never seen anything as intense as this,” said Stevenson’s trainer Javan Hill after the contest, commenting on both the fighter and crowds reaction on the dramatic and sudden finish. “With Adonis doing it at home and winning a world championship, at home in front of his hometown friends, family and the city of Montreal…it was the most excitement that I have been around.” click here to coninue reading
Report and photos by Boxing Bob Newman
Saturday is the day at every IBHOF induction weekend where fight fans have a plethora of choices of which to take in- weather permitting. As is the case in many towns around the United States, the favorite saying regarding the weather in upstate New York is, “If you don’t like the weather, don’t worry, it’ll change in a few minutes.” While rainy, cooler-than-usual conditions were forecast since earlier in the week, the rain did take a round or two off on Saturday. Participants in the annual celebrity golf tournament played on through the occasional drizzle, threatening clouds and dry patches. The 5K road racers also made it through soaked mostly by their own perspiration. The best bets for cover from precipitation were, under the pavilion on the IBHOF museum grounds where ringside lectures and ring workouts took place (courtesy of young contenders Ryon McKenzie and Julius Jackson), the boxing collectors and autograph show at Canastota High School and the V.I.P. cocktail hour at the Grey Stone Castle. Of course the best and most glamorous bet of the night was the gala banquet at Syracuse’s OnCenter. (more…)
Junior middleweight contender Alfredo Angulo disputes the stoppage by referee Raul Caiz Sr. in his bout against Erislandy Lara on Saturday night. “I never quit,” Angulo told USA Today via text. “I turned to tell Virgil that my eye got thumbed twice. The ref stopped it without checking the situation or giving a count. A regular punch would not do that. It’s dirty fighting by Lara, again. I was following the game plan and was building the pressure.”
According to the article, the Angulo Team also questioned the treatment “El Perro” got at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, which claimed Angulo didn’t suffer any fractures or breaks, however “nobody really checked him out” before discharging him.
In what was a slugfest from the opening bell, Marcos “El Chino” Maidana and Josesito Lopez went six rounds Saturday night at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, on a Golden Boy-promoted cad televised on Showtime.
As expected, both fighters came out banging away in the opening round. Lopez used his distance while the always aggressive Maidana boxed before they began to trade . . . Click here for more
It was a finisher’s row in Fortaleza as UFC on FUEL TV 10 winners Fabricio Werdum, Leonardo Santos, Thiago Silva, and Erick Silva followed up their submission and TKO wins by attending the post-fight press conference. TUF Brasil finalist William “Patolino” Macario also attended. The press conference was hosted by Marshall Zelaznik, the UFC’s managing director of international development . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Boxing Bob Newman
WBC middleweight champion Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez speaks to Fightnews.com during his third visit to the IBHOF during it’s 24th induction weekend. Martinez took time to reflect in his recent defense in his home land of Argentina against Martin Murray, his broken left hand, future opponents and how past opponents will fare in their upcoming second cracks at a world title.
After his convincing win over Ola Afolabi on Saturday, WBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck feels ready for a rematch against mandatory challenger Firat Arslan, who was watching from ringside. “I want to give the fans some even more spectacular fights and prove that I am able to beat everyone in convincing fashion,” said Huck.
Recarding the Afolabi fight Huck stated, “Today, I proved that I am first and foremost a boxer and not just a warrior inside the ring. This time, I was in tip-top shape – unlike to last year’s clash with Afolabi, where I was nowhere to my current level of fitness. I was focused on the task ahead of me and it showed.” Huck’s trainer Ulli Wegner agreed, commenting “I can only praise Marco for this win. The way he fought from the beginning to the end was close to a perfect performance of him. Afolabi might be the more refined boxer of the two but tonight he lost against the better man and the better strategy.”
Afolabi stated, “I gave my best but it wasn´t enough. Huck is the rightful winner as I have no excuses at all.” His trainer Fritz Sdunek was also disappointed: “I thought that Ola might pull the fight around in round ten but Marco upset our plan.”
Five time world boxing champion Antonio “Magic Man” Tarver is no stranger to overcoming the odds. The 44-year-old Orlando, Florida native who shocked the world with his one punch knockout of the great Roy Jones Jr. is poised to prove doubters wrong and make his return to the ring. “This has been a long tough year for me being away from the sport of boxing. Iʼve learned a lot about myself and others”, said Tarver. “Iʼm putting the cruiserweight and light heavyweight divisions on notice that “The Magic Man” is back and Iʼm here to claim whatʼs rightfully mine.” (more…)
Former WBO world title challenger Brian “The Beast” Minto (37-5, 24 KOs) has completed training camp in the U.S. and is fully prepared for his heavyweight clash next week versus undefeated Artur Szpilka (14-0, 11 KOs) in Poland. The fight will be 10 rounds for the WBC Baltic heavyweight title and will be held at Hala Luczniczka in Bydgoszcz, Poland on Saturday June 15.
Minto states, “I believe my greater experience will be an advantage against Szpilka. I have been in this position many times before, and I recognize the importance of this opportunity in moving forward to earning another world title shot.” Minto has boxed a total of 187 rounds as pro, whereas Szpilka has 43 rounds of experience. Minto has also faced the better opposition. In fact, his last 25 opponents, including champions and many world title challengers, have a combined record of 586-139 with an average mark of 25-5 apiece. (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk
WBA #5 rated heavyweight “Fast” Fres Oquendo (36-7, 23 KOs) and Derric “El Leon” Rossy (28-7, 14 KOs) discuss their fight on Saturday night at the Horseshow Casino in Hammond, Indiana. Oquendo won a ten round unanimous decision.
By James Slater
WBC #1 light heavy contender Tony Bellew gave his post-fight thoughts on new WBC 175-pound king Adonis Stevenson’s sensational KO win over Chad Dawson last night, and as impressed as Bellew was by the new champ’s win, Bellew made it clear he relishes the thought of fighting Stevenson. A guest on Sky Sports to analyse the fight, “Bomber” had the following things to say:
“Stevenson is a serious puncher but he is wild,” he said. “I don’t think he’ll be a long standing champion, not if I’ve got anything to do with it, but you’ve got to give him respect. I don’t think that (the Andre Ward fight) played any part in the fight, Dawson never showed Stevenson the proper respect. (more…)
Heavyweight Tyson Fury, David Haye’s manager/trainer Adam Booth and promoter Mick Hennessy discuss the latest in the proposed blockbuster Haye vs. Fury showdown with Kugan Cassius.
By Miguel Maravilla
Alfredo Angulo might have suffered a broken orbital bone in his left eye according to ringside physician Ed Ayoub. “It is so painful that I understand why Angulo turned away,” Ayoub said.
Angulo also told the commission that he was thumbed in the eye and it appears that the CSAC has confiscated the gloves. More to follow…
Former #1 IBF light heavyweight and world title challenger Rico “Suave” Hoye (23-3, 15 KO’s) has decided to return to the sport of boxing but this time campaign in the heavyweight division. The 38-year-old Hoye retired after a win over Akinyemi Laleye in a February 2009 cruiserweight fight. Chicago promoter Cynthia Tolaymat of CFC Promotions stated, “I am hoping to have Rico fight in Chicago before the summer ends. I would love to provide him a chance at reclaiming the #1 ranking in the world.” Hoye has put the word out that he is officially a free agent and looking for all challenges.
Photos: Rafael Soto / Zanfer
Jr middleweight Jorge “Maromerito” Paez (35-4-1, 21 KOs) annihilated Edison Garcia (22-15-0, 10 KOs) in the first round on Saturday night at the Centro de Convenciones in Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico. Two hooks to the liver finished Garcia after just 2:42. It was Paez’ eight straight win. Paez is the son of former world champion Jorge Paez.
In other fights, super bantamweight Francisco “Franky” Leal (20-7-1, 13 KOs) defeated German “Panteonero” Meraz (41-16-1, 21 KOs) by unanimous decision over eight, super lightweights Rodolfo “Rudy” Quintanilla (13-2-1, 10 KOs) and Dario “Sargento” Garibay (7-0-1. 6 KOs) battled to a six round draw, and bantamweight David “Flecha” Gaspar (19-4-1, 11 KOs) scores a third round KO over Jorge Guerrero (7-11, 5 KOs). photos
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Mexican three-time world champion Humberto “Zorrita” Soto (61-8-2, 35 KOs) showed onlooking ring legend Erik Morales what he is in for if Soto and Morales meet in Morales’ farewell fight. Soto mercilessly battered and stopped Hiroshi Nakamori (33-6-1, 20 KOs) in nine brutal rounds to retain his WBC International silver belt on Saturday night at the Monumental Villa Charra Carlos Bowser Gonzalez in Tijuana. The super game Nakamori took a lot of punishment before the bout was finally halted by the ring doctor due to damage to Nakamori’s left eye.
Soto and Morales had been talking up a possible showdown all during fight week and Morales was at ringside to observe his next possible opponent.
In another fight, light flyweight Jose Alfredo Zuniga (11-4-1, 5 KOs) surprisingly upset Luis “Pollito” Ceja (23-4-3, 19 KOs) by unanimous decision to seize Ceja’s WBC International silver belt. (more…)
Photos: Maidana wins firefight with Lopez by sixth round TKO; Lara survives two knockdowns to stop Angulo
By Felipe Leon and Rocco Morales at ringside
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
In a non-stop action slugfest, hard-hitting Marcos “El Chino” Maidana (34-3, 31 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over “The Riverside Rocky” Josesito Lopez (30-7, 18 KOs) on Saturday night before a huge crowd at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. Maidana caught Lopez with an overhand right to the chin sending him to the canvas. Lopez quickly got up and appeared to be staggered as Marcos Maidana continued his assault referee Pat Russell stepped in to stop the contest at 1:18 of the sixth round. Lopez was up on two scorecards 48-47 at the time of the stoppage. Maidana was ahead 48-47 on the third card.
In an all out war, Erislandy Lara (18-1-2, 12KO) survived a fourth round knockdown and a ninth round knockdown to stop Alfredo Angulo (22-3, 18KO) at 1:52 of the tenth round and claim the vacant WBA Interim Super Welterweight belt. With the two engaging in an exchange in the tenth round, Angulo, after getting caught with a hard punch, seemed to suffer a broken orbital bone, turned his back and referee Raul Caiz Sr. called an end to the fight. At the time of the stoppage, Lara was ahead 85-84 on two of the judges scorecards with Angulo ahead 86-83 on the other judges scorecard. Lara, however, took it out of the judges hands and left a capacity pro-Angulo crowd tremendously disappointed. (more…)
By Matt Casavant and Dave Spencer
Photos: Herby Whyne
Challenger Adonis Stevenson (21-1, 17 KOs) scored a one-punch knockout in the very first round to dethrone WBC light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson (31-3, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the Belle Center in Montreal, Canada. A left hand dropped Dawson and he got up wobbly prompting the referee to wave it off after 76 seconds. After the fight, the new champion called out Bernard Hopkins and Andre Ward.
After the fight, referee Michael Griffin said he wanted to give Dawson every chance he could to continue. “He didn’t respond, he didn’t have his legs.”
Unbeaten former champion Yuriorkis Gamboa (23-0, 16 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Darley Perez (28-1, 19 KOs) to claim the vacant WBA interim lightweight title. Gamboa scored a flash knockdown in round one and that was pretty much the end of the highlights. Scores were 116-111, 116-111, 115-112. Gamboa has now won WBA interim belts in three weight divisions. (more…)
On a night at the Paulo Sarasate Arena in Fortaleza, Brazil, where a Brazilian won every fight and there were more submissions (eight) than in any other event in UFC history, the biggest moment was saved for the UFC on FUEL TV 10 main event, as Fabricio Werdum avenged a 2006 PRIDE loss to Antonio Rodrigo “Minotauro” Nogueira by submitting the Rio de Janeiro legend in the second round. In the process, Porto Alegre’s Werdum made a strong case for an eventual shot at the heavyweight title . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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By Butch Gottlieb/BoxingInLasVegas.com at ringside
Photos: Mary Ann Owen
Juan Carlos “Zurdito” Sanchez (15-1-1, 8 KOs), who lost his IBF super flyweight title on the scale , scored a twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Roberto Domingo Sosa (24-0, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The much taller Sanchez used his reach to keep Sosa at bay while landing his own shots. A final round knockdown scored by Sanchez punctuated his win. Scores were 117-110, 117-110, 116-111.
Had Sosa won the fight he would have been named IBF champion, however with Sanchez’ win the belt remains vacant.
Hot unbeaten super bantamweight prospect Jesse Magdaleno (15-0, 11 KOs) dropped Henry Maldonado (16-2, 11 KOs) twice in round two and finished him in round four.
Unbeaten heavyweight contender Andy Ruiz (19-0, 12 KOs) knocked out Carl Davis (16-6, 12 KOs) in the first round.
Unbeaten lightweight Jose Felix (24-0-1, 18 KOs) stopped Fernando Garcia (27-4-2, 18 KOs) in the first round.
By Sam Geraci at ringside
WBA #5 rated heavyweight “Fast” Fres Oquendo (36-7, 23 KOs) of Chicago, IL, won a ten round unanimous decision over Derric “El Leon” Rossy (28-7, 14 KOs) of Medford, NY, on Saturday night at the Horseshow Casino in Hammond, Indiana. Scores were 98-92 and 97-94 (twice). Tomasz Adamek has recently been rumored to be a future Oquendo opponent.
Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez (11-0, 8 KOs) of Chicago, IL, scored an entertaining TKO at 1:22 of the fourth round over a very game Richard “The Bobo” Starnino (9-11-2, 4 KOs) of Providence, RI.
On Saturday in Brindisi, Italy, two European titles on the line. For the vacant European super lightweight title Michele Di Rocco (35-1-1, 15 KOs) won a clear points decision over Lenny Daws (25-3-2, 10 KOs). For the vacant European super middleweight title, a clash between Mouhamed Ali Ndiaye (23-1-1, 13 KOs) and Christhopher Rebrasse (20-2-3, 5 KOs) ended in a controversial draw favorable to the home fighter.
WBC silver super middleweight champion James DeGale (16-1, 11 KOs) scored a fourth round TKO over former world title challenger Stjepan Bozic (26-7, 17 KOs) on Saturday might at Glow/Bluewater in Greenhithe, Kent, England. DeGale was in command the entire fight and after taking a beating in round four, Bozic’s corner called it quits between rounds.
Unbeaten super middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. (10-0, 5 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over Tyan Booth (11-10-2, 2 KOs). Eubank punished Booth over the second half prompting a referee’s stoppage. Eubank is the son of former world champion Chris Eubank. Time was 2:31. (more…)
By Karl Freitag
WBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck (36-2-1, 25 KOs) retained his title for the eleventh time with a twelve round majority decision over interim titleholder Ola Afolabi (19-3-4, 9 KOs) on Saturday night at Max Schmeling Halle in Berlin, Germany. Huck was sharp and aggressive from the start landing clean shots and outworking Afolabi, who never got untracked until late. The challenger came on in the closing rounds, but was rattled by a big Huck right hand in the final round. Scores were 114-114, 115-113, 117-111. Huck is now 2-0-1 against Afolabi in their trilogy.
Huck stated after the fight that he has grown up as a fighter and showed that he can box. He stated that his key to success was a good preparation. Afolabi showed class in defeat, praising Huck and saying he executed his plan a little better. (more…)
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