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Unbeaten 6’9 heavyweight Tyson Fury will be taking on another undefeated knockout specialist in 6’5 Brazilian Marcelo Luiz Nascimento in a ten-rounder at Wembley Arena on Saturday. After Fury’s fight with Francois Botha was knocked back by the BBBofC, Fury did not hesitate in accepting “the Hammer,” whose record is 13-0 with 11 KOs, similar to Fury’s record of 13-0 with 9 KOs. “It angers me when you see so called heavyweight prospects keep having bums put in front of them every time,” said Fury. I don’t want to go through my career like that, I want to show them how it’s done, so I’m taking on this guy who has an unbeaten record and is a massive puncher, this is what you have to do to become a star.” Nascimento remains subject to medical approval by the BBBofC.
By Rick Scharmberg
Hard-hitting and unbeaten, Mike “M.J.” Jones (23-0, 18 KOs), of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has matured into a force to be reckoned with in the welterweight division. He is highly ranked across the board (#2-WBO, #3-IBF and WBA, and #4-WBC), and poised to receive his first title shot. First, he needs to get past his rematch with fellow contender Jesus Soto-Karass (24-5-3, 16 KOs), who Jones narrowly defeated by majority decision last November 13 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The rematch will take place next Saturday, February 19 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, and will be televised live on HBO’s Boxing After Dark.
Their first fight, which took place in front of 42,000 fans on the undercard of Manny Pacquiao – Antonio Margarito, was scheduled for ten rounds, while the rematch is scheduled for twelve. (more…)
By Alexey “Oscar” Potapov
WBO junior middleweight champion Sergiy Dzinziruk (37-0, 23 KOs) spoke to Fightnews.com about his upcoming fight against WBC middleweight champion emeritus Sergio Martinez (46-2-2, 25 KOs) on March 12 at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, Connecticut. The winner will get the WBC Diamond belt.
Camp Location: I know that in Ukraine it’s now very cold, a lot of snow. But in my training camp in Los Angeles we have fine weather and sun. Now I’m finishing my physical preparation for the fight and all is going according to plan. My trainer Buddy McGirt and I are spending a lot of time together. I have problems with the English language, but it doesn’t hinder us as we understand each other well in boxing language. I’m getting a lot out of working with him and he’s one of the best trainers in the world. How he organizes the training process in my camp is interesting. These are the best conditions for preparing for a fight. (more…)
Story and photos: Big Joe Miranda
Saturday at The Maywood Boxing Club, Urbano Anttilon stepped back in to the gym to get back into rythm before he heads up to the heavy trainning of Big Bear, Ca. with trainer Abel Sanchez for his rematch fight with WBC lightweight Champ Humberto Soto on the undercard of Mosley vs Pacquiao. Urbanio said that he is hungrier than the first fight, “I let Soto get away with stealing some rounds late, but it’s not going to happen this time. I’m going to make him fight me.” Asked if he was going to do anything different he said that he wasn’t going to leave it up to the judges. And that you are going to have a early nominee for fight of the year. Hopefully we can steal the show. more photos
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Photos: Big Joe Miranda
Junior welterweight Ricky Duenas is not going to let an injury slow him down. Instead, he is going to make the most out of improving his ability to become a legitimate prospect. Duenas dropped Diamond Baier three times in the first round, the final time for good before a raucous crowd Saturday night at the Finish Line Sports Grill in Pomona, CA. The bout headlined a four bout card, presented by Ray Alcorta Boxing. (more…)
Photo: All Star Boxing
On Sunday afternoon in Miami, WBO jr. featherweight champion Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. received the 14th annual Golden Cup Award in the boxing division. The award was presented by Boxeo Telemundo blow by blow announcer Rene Giraldo and the Florida Marlins Mermaids.
By Chris Farina/Top Rank
Superstar Manny Pacquiao gives his wife Jinkee a special Valentine rose Sunday night after arriving in New York City for his press conference with “Sugar” Shane Mosley on Monday for their upcoming welterweight mega fight, Saturday, May 7 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. NYC fight fans are invited to attend Monday’s press event which begins at 11AM in the The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers – Pier 61 (23rd Street at the Hudson River, New York, NY 10011).
Statement from Adam Pollack, trainer and husband Emily Klinefelter, regarding her status:
Emily has been released from the hospital and is now recuperating at home. She is well on her way to a full recovery, and she wishes to thank everyone for the tremendous outpouring of support, care and concern throughout this difficult time.
By Chris Farina/Top Rank
“Sugar” Shane Mosley arrives in New York City Sunday night for a press conference with superstar Manny Pacquiao on Monday for their upcoming World Welterweight mega fight, Saturday, May 7 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. NYC fight fans are invited to attend Monday’s event which begins at 11AM in the The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers – Pier 61 (23rd Street at the Hudson River, New York, NY 10011)..
Photo: Team Montiel
Three-time world champion and current WBC and WBO Bantamweight Champion, Fernando “Kochilito” Montiel arrived today in Las Vegas for his big showdown with Nonito Donaire. The Big Fight will take place Saturday, February 19 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center and it will televised by HBO. Montiel is looking forward to the challenge and to giving the fans the best fight possible. “I want to give the fans a fight they will remember for a long time,” said Montiel. Fightweek activities began Wednesday with a Media Workout at the Top Rank Gym.
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photo courtesy Sam Brizzi
Australian bantamweight Susie Ramadan (19-0, 8 KOs) will have the biggest test of her career when she will clash with Terri Lynn Cruz (17-6-2, 8 KOs) of the USA for the vacant IBF world championship bout over ten rounds at the Reggio Calabria Club in Brunswick, Victoria, Australia on February 20. Ramadan, 31 years, had her best wins in 2010 when she scored a shut-out eight round decision over Maria Jose Nunez of Uruguay in Melbourne. Nunez visited the canvas in round one of their fight. (more…)
By Phil Doherty
Photos by Sam Cohen
Dream Team Boxing Promotions gathered local media to Wajiro’s Cuban restaurant in Miami this past Friday to witness the signing of their newest fighter: #8-ranked WBC/WBO welterweight contender Ed “The Lion” Paredes (26-3-1, 16 KOs). Paredes currently holds the WBC Caribbean Federation welterweight and WBO Latino International welterweight belts. For more details and photos click here…
Photos courtesy Photo Wende
Yoan Pablo Hernandez (24-1, 13 KOs) is the new WBA Interim cruiserweight champion after stopping Steve Herelius (21-2, 12 KOs) in the seventh round. The hard-hitting Cuban knocked the Frenchman down twice – first with a thunderous right and then with a series of punches before the fight was waved off. “This is like a dream coming true,” Hernandez enthused. “I have worked very hard to become champion. I am very happy and proud.” For more details and photos click here…
By Kurt Wolfheimer
Photo: Jeff Julian
Professional boxing returned to the state capitol of Harrisburg PA on Saturday night for the first time in over eight years with an entertaining six bout card featuring some of the best up and coming prospects Pennsylvania has to offer. The highly competitive show promoted by Payton Promotions featured the cross state arrival of Adah, PA light heavyweight sensation Tommy Karpency (21-2, 14 KOs) who put on a one round beat down on late replacement Andre “Da Heat” Hemphill (10-17-2, 5 KOs). York PA junior welterweight sensation “Stone Cold” Stevie Weimer (6-0, 2 KOs) stepped up in class and was taken the distance and captured a hard fought six round split decision victory over tough Philly veteran Julius “Marvel” Edmonds (7-10) in the co-feature of the evening. (more…)
Funny how things change.
When the fight between Manny Pacquiao and “Sugar” Shane Mosley was announced, most media folk groaned. Mosley – who’d drawn with (another groan) Sergio Mora and lost to Floyd Mayweather, last year, was getting a shot at the No. 1 fighter in the world?
The fans didn’t seem to care. Neither did Top Rank. It certainly didn’t effect tickets, which sold out like a UFC event. After the landmark switch from HBO to Showtime and the added bonus of primetime network coverage on CBS was announced, the grumbling in the trenches came to a halt . . . Click here for more
By Ron Jackson
After outboxing Bully Muravha throughout the first nine rounds Danie Venter scored a knockout at 2 minute 58 seconds of the tenth and final round in a South African heavyweight title eliminator at the Nasrec Indoor Arena near Johannesburg on Sunday. A better conditioned Venter (105,45kg) showing the skills of many years as a top amateur boxed from the outside to score with stinging lefts and rights to the head of the sluggish Muravha (115kg) throughout most of the roads. The 23-year-old Muravha who boxes from the southpaw stance possibly won only one round and shaded another.
In round five a slashing right hand from the 31-year-old Venter slashed open a gash under the left eye of Muravha. After consulting with the fight doctors referee Phillip du Randt allowed the fight to continue. However, he erred by allowing Muravha’s second into the ring to wipe the blood away from the wound with a towel. This is against the rules. The handling of the cut by the cornermen was poor as they had no adrenalin solution and just kept wiping the blood away and applying Vaseline at the end of each round. Luckily for them the cut was under the eye and did not appear to bleed much.
Coming into the tenth and final round both fighters were showing signs of wear and tear and it came as quite a surprise when Venter launched a series of lefts and rights to the head with a final crushing right sending Muravha sliding down against the ropes where he was counted out by the referee. (more…)
WBO super flyweight champion Omar Narvaez (33-0-2, 19 KOs) of Argentina retained his title over Victor Zaleta (17-2, 9 KOs) of Mexico by way of unanimous decision. Zaleta fought Narvaez even for the first two rounds but after that it was all Narvaez. The 35 year old Narvaez showed he has not lost a step at all. His defense was airtight as usual. Narvaez stood for the most part in front of the 26 year old Zaleta making him miss reguarly by simply bending at the waist slightly backwards or side to side. Offensively Narvaez was scoring at will with sweeping left and rights from his natural southpaw stance which were little by little taking a toll on Zaleta. The referee deducted a point from Zaleta in round six for a low blow. Zaleta had been warned multiple times. Things got worse for Zaleta as Narvaez went on a serious offensive attack from rounds 9-12 on a now worn out and frustrated Zaleta. Narvaez did all he could to get Zaleta out of there for the final rounds of the fight but to Zaleta’s credit he hung tough. The official scores were 119-108, 120-107, and 120-107 all in favor of the clear and obvious winner Narvaez. The card took place at the Polideportivo Municipal, Monte Hermoso, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Interim WBA minimumweight champion Sammy Gutierrez (27-5-2, 18 KOs) of Mexico retained his title by way of sixth round TKO over Renan Trongco (8-3, 5 KOs) of the Philippines. The southpaw Trongco came out strong dropping Gutierrez in the first round. Gutierrez easily beat the count. Trongco immediatley jumped on Gutierrez in hopes of finishing him off with a series of hard straight lefts to the head. Guiterrez firing back weathered the storm and made it to the final bell of round one. Gutierrez, listening to his corner’s advice, invested in body work over the next few rounds. The effort paid off as Trongco was beginning to tire badly by round four and his punches no longer had any snap on them. Gutierrez was deducted one point in round six by the referee for excessive use of the elbow. Moments later Gutierrez upped the pressure working Trongco over on the ropes with barrage of head and body shots. The referee decided he had seen enough and waved the bout off. The official time of the stoppage was 2:19 of round six.
Photos: Rafael Soto
Mexican ring legend Marco Antonio Barrera (67-7, 43 KOs) moved a step closer to becoming the first Mexican fighter to win a world title in four weight divisions on Saturday night at the Coliseo Olimpico at the Universidad de Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Barrera scored a second round TKO over Jose Arias (15-2, 9 KOs) in a junior welterweight bout to set up a world title challenge in the lightweight division later this year. The aggressive Arias was floored by Barrera in the first 30 seconds, as the “Baby-Faced Assassin” connected with a counter shot. Barrera scored another knockdown early in round two and the clash was stopped later that round. Time was 2:29. more + photos
Instead of a homecoming theme, last night’s fight card at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, headlining the return of unbeaten, untested heavyweight David “Nino” Rodriguez, might’ve been better served with a theme of “Promises, promises, promises.” For several reasons.
Delivering on action, and his commitment to bring boxing back to the border town, promoter Zeferino Ramirez, of Z Entertainment, staged his third show in El Paso, with a guarantee of several more to come . . . Click here for more
The press weren’t the only ones allowed to ask questions at today’s Top Rank presser at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena featuring Manny Pacquiao and “Sugar” Shane Mosley. Landing in their second of four targeted cities, Pacquiao and Mosley fielded – and weathered – a variety of comments and questions from nearly two dozen fans picked from an audience of 2,000. One woman just wanted to audition for Pacquiao to sing the Philippines national anthem on May 7, and Pacquiao accepted a CD demo from her. Another lady just wanted a photo taken with the Filipino superstar – “Pacman” obliged, having security escort her to the dais. Another guy just wanted to see if one of the Tecate girls was single.
One fan asked what motivated the two fighters to knock each other out. “I’m just there to do my job,” Pacquiao said. “If the knockout happens, it happens.” Mosley begged to differ (photo above): “Come on, Manny. You know you want to knock me out. It’s okay, I want to knock you out too.”
Other questions of note:
Q: Do you like Justin Bieber? Because your hair looks like him.
Pacquiao: “That’s a good question. I like it, but Bruce Lee is my idol.”
Q: Would you ever run for Congress?
Mosley: “I’m not sure I have that kind of talent that Manny has.”
The most controversial question came from a man who told Pacquiao, “Would you please, for everyone, just take the test?” After the audience booed him, Pacquiao, to his credit, answered: “You have to believe that my boxing skill is natural. I am strong. I do not take medicine. I’m all-natural.”
The Ultimate Fighting Championship® announced today that tickets for UFC® 129: ST-PIERRE vs. SHIELDS at Rogers Centre in Toronto on April 30 sold out minutes after being made available to the public. Rogers Centre was originally configured for 42,000 seats, but due to overwhelming demand, UFC and Rogers Centre officials reconfigured the venue to accommodate 55,000.
Photo: Manny Pacquiao and Sugar Shane Mosley pose before a big crowd today at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Las Vegas was the second stop on a four-city U.S. Tour that began in Los Angeles. Stay tuned for more photos, quotes and a full report.
Photo: Rafael Soto/Zanfer
“I don’t have to prove anything to anybody,” said Mexican ring legend Marco Antonio Barrera (66-7-0, 43 KOs), who returns to the ring tonight against José Arias (15-1-0, 9 KOs)at the Coliseo Olímpico at the University of Guadalajara.
“I want to fight the best,” continued ‘The Baby-Faced Assassin.’ “I love boxing and respect it and before stepping back I want to try to win my fourth world title. This is my motivation and what pushes me to achieve my final goal in boxing. But first I must defeat this Dominican, who is no minor opponent. I’m well prepared to win and Zanfer has already promised me that in a few months I’ll have the opportunity to win the lightweight belt.”
Barrera-Arias can be seen tonight at 10PM ET, 7PM PT on FOX Deportes in the USA and Channel 7-TV Azteca in Mexico. WBCBoxing.tv will present a boxing free webcast of the card to the rest of the world (not available in Mexico and the United States).
By Karl Freitag
Former world champion Arthur Abraham (32-2, 25 KOs) got back into ring with a second round TKO over against WBA #9 super middleweight Stjepan Bozic (24-5, 15 KOs) on Saturday night at the RWE Sporthalle in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany. In the 4:01 that the bout lasted, King Arthur was much busier than the fighter who faced Carl Froch in November. However the bout ended prematurely in round two when Bozic suffered an injury to his right hand and went to a knee. The fight was then stopped by referee Daniel Van de Weile. Abraham will next challenge WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward in the Super Six semi-final in May.
Cruiserweight Yoan Pablo Hernandez (24-1, 13 KOs) scored a seventh round knockout over WBA interim champion Steve Herelius (21-2-1, 12 KOs) to claim the interim belt. Herelius suffered an injury to his left leg in round four and there was a lengthy delay between rounds four and five before the bout continued. Hernandez knocked down Herelius twice in the seventh, the second time with a brutal barrage of punches. Referee Steve Smoger immediately waved it off at 1:19.
IBF cruiserweight world champion Steve Cunningham (24-2, 12 KOs) won close twelve round unanimous decision over Enad Licina (19-3, 10 KOs) to retain his belt. It was a competitive bout throughout with many close rounds, however Cunningham overcame a determined effort by Lucina to prevail by scores of 118-110, 117-111, 115-113. Fightnews.com also scored it 115-113.
Former WBO super middleweight title challenger Eduard Gutknecht (20-1, 8 KOs), now ranked WBO #11 at light heavyweight, outworked game Oleksandr Cherviak (9-2, 1 KO) over eight rounds. Scores were 78-74, 79-73, 80-72.
WBO #14 light heavyweight (Karo Murat 22-1, 13 KOs) returned from his WBO title eliminator loss in September to Nathan Cleverly to outpoint once promising Christian Cruz (12-12-1, 10 KOs) over eight rounds. Cruz has now lost 10 of his last 11 bouts.
Unbeaten middleweight Dominik Britsch (21-0, 7 KOs) easily outpointed Joe Rea (7-2-1, 4 KOs) over eight rounds.
Unbeaten heavyweight Francesco Pianeta 22-0-1, 13 KOs) won a lackluster eight round unanimous decision over Samir Kurtagic (9-2, 7 KOs).
Light heavyweight Erik Skoglund (5-0, 3 KOs) needed just 1:47 to destroy Valerijs Rogozins (1-4, 0 KOs) in the first round.
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Photos: Goossen Tutor
IBF #4 heavyweight “Fast” Eddie Chambers (36-2, 18KOs) continued his quest for another world title with a clear cut twelve round unanimous decision victory over #11 Derek “El Leon” Rossy (26-2, 14KOs) in a an IBF heavyweight eliminator on Friday night at Bally’s Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. “I was disappointed in my performance,” said Chambers afterward. “With all due respect to Derric Rossy, I should have gotten him out of there, but I loaded up on single shots instead of combinations which I am known for. I have a lot of work to do before I can face Klitschko, but I am willing to go back and put in the work.” For more details and photos click here…
By Christopher P. Cook at ringside
Charlie Serrano retained his Florida State featherweight title in an exciting battle against Robert “No Lose” DaLuz. At the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa, Florida, Charlie Serrano (11-2-1, 2 KOs) highlighted another great night of boxing in the Bay area, with a unanimous decision victory. In front of a capacity crowd, the Tampa native bested DaLuz (13-32-3, 9 KOs) over eight rounds. DaLuz had hit a rough streak in his career, losing the last 12 of his last 13 matches, and Serrano took no pity on him by extended this losing streak. (more…)
By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Sumio Yamada
Unbeaten 21-year-old Japanese prospect Kazuto Ioka (7-0, 5 KOs), 105, very impressively captured the WBC strawweight belt as he landed a beautiful left to the belly and flattened previously undefeated defending champ Oleydong Sithsamerchai (39-1-1, 14 KOs), 104.5, to prompt the referee’s intervention at 1:07 of the fifth round on Friday in Kobe, Japan. For more details and photos click here…
By Phil Doherty
Photos by Sam Cohen and Reynaldo Sanchez
Pugilistic Promotions promised “one hell of a card” for last night’s fourth installment of the Badia Spices Friday Night Fight series at the Magic City casino. That is exactly what they delivered. Promoter and current Florida Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Ramiro Ortiz rejoiced with partner and former FBHOF inductee Enrique Encinosa following the conclusion of the main event. The card provided eight highly competitive bouts in front of the largest and loudest crowd to date despite the cooler temperatures. Ortiz and Encinosa gave credit to Richard Dobal’s exceptional matchmaking; which proved yet again boxing is on the rise in South Florida. For more details and photos click here…
Photo: Chris Farina/Top Rank
Manny Pacquiao and “Sugar” Shane Mosley pose together in front of a “green screen” during a video shoot Friday while on the national media tour for their upcoming world welterweight mega fight on May 7 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The Pacquiao-Mosley tour makes its next stop TODAY in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena for an open, public-invited press conference beginning at 3PM PT. At the conclusion of the press conference, fans in attendance will be invited to step up to the microphone and pose questions to their favorite fighter, their trainers and Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum.
The next stops for the tour will be New York and Washington D.C.
Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME
Rico Ramos landed the crisper, cleaner shots en route to a hard fought unanimous decision over fellow super bantamweight Alejandro Valdez, scored 97-93 two times and 98-92. In the fleeting super middleweight co-feature, a rebounding Don “Da Bomb” George pummeled Cornelius “Da Heat” White before referee Randy Newman declared the fight a TKO in the first round on ShoBox: The New Generation on SHOWTIME. (more…)
At the scales in Montehermoso, Argentina:
Samuel “Sammy Guty” Gutierrez 105 vs. Renan Trognco 105
For the WBA minimum weight title
Omar Narvaez 115 vs. Victor “Nene” Zaleta 115
For the WBO super flyweight title
Odilon Zaleta 112 vs B. J. Dolorosa 111
Néstor Daniel Narváez 118 vs Marcelo Antonio Gómez n/a
Mario Oscar Narváez 121 vs Eduardo Javier Carrasco 122
Soledad Edith Matthysse 122 vs Cecilia Luján Rodríguez 122
Cristian Rubén Gramajo 131 vs Pedro Leonel Prieto 130
Ringside by Chris Cozzone & Ricardo Trujillo
Returning to his hometown for the first time in four years and coming off a one-year layoff, unbeaten El Paso heavyweight David “Nino” Rodriguez (34-0, 32 KOs) took out his opponent, late sub Matt Hicks (13-6, 12 KOs), of Las Vegas, with a left hook at 1:08 of round two of a scheduled eight-rounder that topped a card promoted by Zeferino Promotions at the Don Haskins Center. Hicks, a gusty opponent, went down from a body shot in the first. After the second knockdown, Hicks cited a broken or sprained wrist, and could not continue.
In the co-main event, Hector Camacho Jr. (53-4-1, 28 KOs) toyed with Juan Astorga (14-6, 9 KOs) through eight foul-filled rounds. The crowd booed sporadically as Camacho pot-shotted the forward-moving Astorga. Both fighters were repeatedly warned for low blows. Scores were 77-73 x 3.
In other results: El Paso featherweight Jennifer Han (2-1-1) outboxed Geni Taylor (2-2, 1 KOs) through four rounds, winning with scores of 40-35 x 3; El Paso welter Oscar Valenzuela (3-0, 1 KO) outscored game debuter Javier Nunez (0-1) through four rounds, winning with scores of 40-35 twice and 39-36; and, in the opener, El paso jr. welter debuter Carlos Villa (1-0, 1 KO) took out David Castillo (2-2) at 1:14 of round two. Stay tuned for a full report tomorrow.
By David Robinett at ringside
TeleFutura’s “Solo Boxeo Tecate” series returned to Northern California Friday night as super middleweight Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillen remained undefeated with a four-round beatdown of Dennis Sharpe, (17-6-3, 5 KOs), at the Sports Center in Fairfield, California. Referee Marcos Rosales jumped in to save Sharpe as he was being pummeled by Quillen at 1:54 of round four in a scheduled eight-round bout. Click here for full report…
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Undefeated WBA #1 super bantamweight Rico Ramos (19-0, 10 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over two-time former world title challenger Alejandro Valdez (23-5-3, 17 KOs) on Friday night at Ballys Atlantic City. It was a competitive fight throughout, with Ramos doing a little more. Round ten was the best round of the fight. Scores were 97-93, 97-93, 98-92.
Super middleweight knockout artist Don “Da Bomb” George (21-1-1, 18 KOs) vaporized previously unbeaten Cornelius “Da Beast” White (16-1, 15 KOs) in round one. White was dropped three times before the bout was waved off by referee Randy Neumann. Time was 2:02.
In an IBF heavyweight elimination bout, #4 IBF ranked heavyweight contender “Fast” Eddie Chambers (36-2, 18 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over #11 Derric Rossy (25-3, 14 KOs). Chambers dropped Rossy with an overhand right in round six and generally picked him apart en route to a 115-112, 117-110, 120-107 victory to move one step closer to a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko.
2000 US Olympian Ricardo Williams (17-2, 10 KOs) scored a sixth round stoppage of four-time former world title challenger John Brown (24-19-2, 11 KOs). Williams battered Brown throughout the bout before dropping him twice in round six. The one-sided affair was halted at 1:36.
By Dave Spencer at ringside
WBA #8 welterweight Antonin Decarie (25-1, 7 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Shamone Alvarez (21-4, 12 KOs) on Friday night at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. Decarie dropped Alvarez in rounds five and eight.
A clash between WBC #3, WBA #7 welterweight Jo Jo Dan (28-1, 15 KOs) and former super featherweight champion Steve Forbes (35-9, 11 KOs) ended in round six technical deciuion for Dan after an unintentional head butt left Forbes unable to continue. Click here for full details
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