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- 49-year-old Hopkins schools Shumenov; Porter destroys Malignaggi
- Rodriguez defeats Cruz by unanimous decision
- Briggs stops Mireles in just 27 seconds
- UFC on FOX 11: Browne gets Werdoomed, Fabricio gets shot at Cain
- Verdejo blows away Zavala in 74 seconds
- UFC on FOX 11 Prelims: Pitbull Wins Thriller Over Baczynski
- Ali, Browne, Ochoa win undercard bouts in DC
- Quigg annihilates Munyai to retains WBA super bantamweight belt
- Judge orders Maidana's purse to be withheld
- Reed gets fourth-round stoppage in Maryland
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Photos: Pepe Rodriguez
Adrian Hernandez 107.50 vs Kompayak Porpramook 107
(WBC light flyweight world title)
Notes: Neither fighter reported any medications used prior to the bout and the antidoping test will be conducted after the fight. Both fighters agreed to use electrolytes drinks during the fight. Champion Porpramook requested Gatorade and the local commission will provide both camps with such bottles. Instant replay will be provided by Azteca Television and will be used if necessary during this championship fight.
Venue: Centro de Convenciones de Toluca (Mexico State)
Promoter: Sergio Cortes
TV: TV Azteca
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By Ron Jackson
Junior heavyweight prospect Kevin Lerena kept his 100% knockout record since joining the professional ranks when he stopped Alex Mabaya from the Democratic Republic of the Congo at 55 seconds into the first round at the Turffontein Racecourse near Johannesburg on Thursday night. At the opening bell Lerena 4-0; 4 landed left and right combinations to the head of the 34-year-old Mbaya who has a reported record 1-4; 1. With Mbaya not fighting back referee Simon Xamlashe waved the fight off. (more…)
The Ultimate Fighter® Fridays episode four – ‘Can’t fix stupid’ – aired on FX on Friday evening and saw Team Carwin take the lead in the competition.
Las Vegas native Bristol Marunde, 12-7 in his mixed martial arts career, defeated Julian “Night Train” Lane, 4-0, of Mansfield, Ohio by unanimous decision to see coach Shane Carwin’s squad go 2-1 in the season. (more…)
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Yoshihiro Kamegai 142 vs. Jorge Silva 147.6
Jorge Linares 135.5 vs. Hector Valezquez 134.4
Hugo Centeno Jr. 153 vs. Justin Williams 152.4
Guy Robb 128 vs. Adolfo Landeros 126.4
Jonathan Chicas 139.5 vs. Ralph Prescott 139
John Abella 123.6 vs. Pablo Cupul 122.8
Preston Freeman 142.5 vs. Jose Mendoza 143
Andy Vences 130.8 vs. Carlos Gonzalez 131
Venue: Memorial Auditorium.
Promoters: Don Chargin, Paco Presents, Golden Boy.
Date: Oct. 6 (Saturday).
TV: Fox Sports Network.
Many expected unbeaten Travis Browne to “make a statement” by knocking out Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva in the UFC on FX main event Friday at Target Center. But the massive Brazilian rejected the role of steppingstone, instead flooring the Hawaiian heavyweight with a booming right hand and finishing him off with some heavy ground and pound shots . . . Click here for more on UFC.com
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Coming up next: UFC 153: Silva on Bonnar is live on PPV from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Saturday, October 13 at 7 PM PT/10 PM ET. Click here for more info
Top featherweight prospect Robert Rodriguez (7-1) flew in from Colorado to Orange County to meet opponent Juan Sandoval (6-10) in what should have been an easy night’s work on Thursday’s Fight Club OC show.
But someone forgot to tell Sandoval, as the San Bernardino fighter thrilled a sold out Hangar crowd of 1,317 destroying Rodriguez with a brutal right hook that sent Rodriguez to the canvas at :43 seconds of the third round. Rodriguez tried to get up, but lost his balance and fell into the ropes, with the end waved off by referee Tom Taylor.
After suffering his first pro defeat at the hands of top super middleweight Carl Froch, Lucian Bute (30-1-0, 24 KOs) is set to return to the ring against undefeated prospect Denis Grachev (12-0-1, 8 KOs) from Russia. Lucian is back in Montreal following a mini training camp in Florida, and will continue his preparations for the November 3rd bout in Montreal. “I feel very good. I am working hard in the gym with Stephan Larouche and my support team and the only thing on my mind is my fight on November 3rd. My last fight left a bad taste in my mouth and I look forward to continuing my rise to the top with the support of all my fans at the Bell Centre,” states Lucian Bute. (more…)
Photos: Jose Perez/PR Best
Jonathan Oquendo 122 vs Wilfredo Vasquez 121.8
(WBO International Title – 122lbs)
Moises Fuentes 104.5 vs Ivan Calderon 104.8
(WBO Championship – 105lbs)
Oscar Cuero (TBA) vs Jose Gonzalez 135
Alex Gonzalez 226 vs Victor Bisbal 241
Juan G. Cruz 125 vs Camilo Perez 125
Desmond Correa 106 vs Isreal Vasquez 107
William Lorenzo 145 vs Rafael Gonzalez 139
Radames Velez 149 vs John Karl Sosa 147
Promoter: PR Best Boxing Promotions in association with All Star Boxing, Top Rank and Promociones Zanfer
TV: Pay Per View, Live 9:00 PM (ET)
Venue: Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Photos: Y. Stolitniy / SES Boxing
Zaur Baysangurov 152.5 vs Lukas Konecny 153.6
(WBO World Championship Superwelterweight)
Dominic Bösel 173.9 vs Vladimir Tazik 168.2
Moritz Stahl 168.2 vs Pavel Staravoitau 164.4
20-year-old lightweight knockout artist Jeffrey Fontanez (8-0, 7 KOs) takes on John Nater (11-3, 8 KOs) in the eight-round main event on the October 13 Telefutura card from the Coliseo Rafael G. Amalbert in Juncos, Puerto Rico. Fontanez isn’t much for slow starts as he has six wins by first round knockout.
In the eight-round co-featured bout, undefeated Featherweight Braulio Santos (7-0, 6 KOs) battles John Alberto Molina (32-20-3, 20 KOs) in an eight-rounder.
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