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Stevenson demolishes Sukhotskiy as expected

Stevenson demolishes Sukhotskiy as expected

By Dave Spencer at ringside Photos: Amanda Kwok/SHOWTIME WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson (25-1, 21 KOs) scored an impressive fifth round KO ...

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Cuellar, Tamayo make weight

Cuellar, Tamayo make weight

Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME The eight fighters who will compete on Showtime Extreme Saturday night all made weight at Little Creek Casino Resort in ...

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Ruiz outweighs Liakhovich by 36 pounds

Ruiz outweighs Liakhovich by 36 pounds

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Andy Ruiz Jr 267.8 vs. Siarhei Liakhovich 231.1 (NABF and WBO I/C heavyweight titles) Daniel Echeverria 139.5 vs. Noe Lopez 136.5 Trevor ...

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Photos: Julio Cesar Chavez, returns to the ring for boxing exhibition

Photos: Julio Cesar Chavez, returns to the ring for boxing exhibition

Looking fit and trim, Mexican ring legend Julio Cesar Chavez, 52, sparred four rounds in a boxing exhibition at the Centro de ...

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Stevenson a 21:1 betting favorite to retain belt tonight against Sukhotskiy

Stevenson a 21:1 betting favorite to retain belt tonight against Sukhotskiy

By Karl Freitag WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis "Superman" Stevenson (24-1, 20 KOs) will defend his title against WBC #5 challenger Dmitry "The ...

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Stevenson demolishes Sukhotskiy as expected

Stevenson demolishes Sukhotskiy as expected

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Cuellar, Tamayo make weight

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Ruiz outweighs Liakhovich by 36 pounds

Ruiz outweighs Liakhovich by 36

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Photos: Julio Cesar Chavez, returns to the ring for boxing exhibition

Photos: Julio Cesar Chavez, returns

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Q&A: Hector Camacho

Hector “Macho” Camacho Jr. (48-3-1, 27 KOs) speaks about his fight on Saturday night in Cleveland at the Wolstein Center and on In Demand Pay Per View against the upset-minded Israel “Pito” Cardona (36-9, 28 KOs).



August 28th, 2009



Boxing News

Juanma, Mtagwa in Puerto Rico

Photo: Chris Farina-Top Rank

Photo: Chris Farina-Top Rank

Following their kick-off press conference on Thursday in New York City, WBO world jr. featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez and challenger Rogers Mtagwa headed to San Juan, Puerto Rico, for a follow-up presser on Friday tfor their collision on Top Rank’s  “Island Warriors” – Latin Fury 12 pay per view event on October 10th at  Madison Square Garden.  Also on this doubleheader card, WBA featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa will defend his title against challenger Whyber Garcia.  Top Rank promotes this event in association with Arena Box-Promotion and PR Best Boxing. Click here for more photos…



August 28th, 2009


Scale Watch

Ramirez, Huck make weight

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Photo: Sauerland Event

Victor Emilio Ramirez 198.9 vs Marco Huck 198.4
(WBO cruiserweight world championship)
Karo Murat 172.4 vs Sergey Demchenko 172.8
(WBO Intercontinental Light Heavyweight Title:
Lamon Brewster 233 vs Gbenga Oloukun 233
Robert Helenius 249.6 vs Serdar Uysal 219.8
Dominik Britsch 158.9 vs Salvatore Annunziata 159.8
Geoffrey Batello 198.6 vs Alex Mogylewski 193.5
Lukas Schulz 198.1 vs Dirk Mandelartz 196.4
Marcos Nader 159.1 vs Giovanni Architravo 157.6
Venue: Gerry Weber Stadium, Halle, Germany
Promoter: Sauerland Event
TV: ARD (Germany)

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August 28th, 2009

Boxing News

Contreras, Taylor KO foes

Thursday night in Hagerstown, Maryland, fight fans were treated to two spectacular knockouts win by sensational prospects; junior welterweight Francisco “The Phenom” Contreras and cruiserweight Andres “Taylor Made” Taylor. The 25 year old Contreras improved his perfect knockout record of 10-0, 10 KOs by stopping Julian Rodriguez at the 1:35 mark of the second round under a hailstorm of power shots from the Dominican. The loss evened Rodriguez’s record to 17-17-4, 11 KOs. Fighting out of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Taylor, now 10-1-1, 6 KOs), stopped Joseph Harris with a barrage of punches in the fourth round. Time of the stoppage for Taylor was 1:25. The loss moved Harris’ record to 10-9-0, 7KOs). (more…)



August 28th, 2009

Announcement

Witherspoon continues revival!

Once-beaten heavyweight prospect “Gentleman” Chazz Witherspoon (25-1, 17 KOs), the 2004 National Golden Gloves champion, wants to match his cousin “Terrible” Tim Witherspoon’s major accomplishment as heavyweight champion of the world . . . click here for more



August 28th, 2009

Announcement

Boxing’s back on Beale!

First Tuesday of Every Month, Starting October 6th! Brian Young and Prize Fight Boxing today proclaimed that “Boxing on Beale was back!” The announcement was that a new Miller Lite Fight Night Series – Boxing on Beale would begin October 6 at the historic New Daisy Theatre on Beale Street, downtown Memphis, TN, with future fights scheduled on the first Tuesday of every month.. . . click here for more



August 28th, 2009

Boxing Result

Azzaoui defeats Mensah

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former WBO cruiserweight challenger Mohamed Azzaoui (24-5-2, 8 KOs) captured the vacant interim WBO African title when referee Steve Marshal disqualified Moyo Mensah (19-7-1, 9 KOs) for continual infrigements in round seven at the ASB stadium in Auckland, New Zealand Friday. Azzaoui had previously been stopped in four rounds by Enzo Maccarinelli in a WBO title attempt in 2007. Yoan Hernandez stopped him in one round in 2007. Alex Lepai stopped him in two rounds in 2008. Australian cruiserweights Jamie Withers and Daniel Ammann outscored him in 2009 bouts. Mensah lost to former IBF cruiserweight champion Krzysztof Wlodarczy in five rounds of 2007 bout Azzaoui outpointed Mensah in 2006. Also in a light heavyweight bout Soulan Pownceby (11-0, 6 KOs) outpointed Togasilmai Letoa (11-2, 6 KOs) over twelve rounds to win the WBO Asia Pacific title. Pownceby had previously defeated Letoa in 2006. Pownceby is scheduled to meet Shane Chapman on the David Tua v Shane Cameron heavyweight title card on October 3rd



August 28th, 2009

UFC

Couture has a lot of fight left

When most people think of retirees who have returned to the workforce, they usually think of the cheerful blue-vested grandmother handing out carts and compliments at the door of Walmart or the overly helpful orange apron clad old-time handyman at the Home Depot who offers unsolicited renovation advice even after you indicate that you’re only looking to buy some light bulbs. And then there’s Randy Couture . . . Click more by Mike Russell, UFC

UFC 102 LIVE on PPV Saturday, Sept. 29 at 7 PM PT/10 PM ET: When the history of mixed martial arts is written, two names will stand at the top of the heavyweight division – Randy “The Natural” Couture and Antonio Rodrigo “Minotauro” Nogueira. But these two legendary former champions aren’t thinking about the history books, they’re looking to make another run at the UFC title, and to get there, they must face each other in the Octagon in the main event of UFC 102: Couture vs. Nogueira . . . Click here for more info on UFC 102



August 28th, 2009

Boxing Result

Wonjongkam stops Masuda in 6th!

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By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photos: Sroi Mungmee

Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (73-3-1,39 KOs) successfully kept his WBC interim flyweight title as he easily stopped WBC#22 Takahisa Masuda (20-9-3,5 KOs) in round six on Friday at Kadcheongdoi in Chiangmai, Thailand. Experienced Thai fighter aggressively hunted the Japanese from the opening round, rapidly dropping his foe in round two with a sharp right straight. Then, the one-man show was going on by the champion wildly attacking his contender who tried to keep distance and displayed his counterpunches but little efficiency. Finally, the action was ended when Wonjongkam displayed one-side attack and floored Masuda again with his consecutive three uppercuts, forcing referee Brad Vocale to stop the bout at 1:06 of round six. Scoring announcement after round four were unanimous 40-35 for the champion. After the bout, Virat Wachirarattanawongsi, Wonjongkam’s manager, said that his fighter will unify the WBC title against the winner of Naito-Kameda next and the unification bout will be scheduled at the early of 2010. (more…)



August 28th, 2009

Interview

Camacho looking to rebuild

Interview by Antonio Castro

Hector “Macho” Camacho Jr. (48-3-1, 27 KO’s) is looking to rebuild his reputation starting with his fight on Saturday night in Cleveland at the Wolstein Center and on In Demand Pay Per View as he is taking on the upset minded Israel “Pito” Cardona (36-9, 28 KO’s) . . . Click here for more



August 28th, 2009

Feature Story

Roach wants Mexico

Pacquiao headed to Toluca Mountains?

By Nick Giongco

Top trainer Freddie Roach wants to bring Manny Pacquiao to a secluded training camp up in the mountains of Toluca in Mexico in preparation for the Nov. 14 fight with Miguel Cotto.
“It’s absurd to train in the Philippines,” said Roach in an interview Thursday with fightnews and Manila Bulletin as the Hall of Fame trainer brushed off suggestions that Baguio be used as an alternate camp to the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood. “Cotto is going to be the toughest fight and anyone who says that it’s going to be easy is a f_____ idiot!” Roach said he “knows what’s best for my fighter,” pointing to the high elevation of Toluca as the perfect site for Pacquiao’s usual eight-week training. (more…)



August 28th, 2009

Boxing News

Q&A: Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel

By David Finger

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It seems hard to imagine now, but there was a time back in 1988 when many boxing insiders were predicting that the newly formed World Boxing Organization would fall flat on its face before the end of the decade. Founded when a group of WBA members bolted from that organization citing anger at how that company was run, the WBO seemed at first like so many other start up sanctioning bodies: rudderless and with less credibility than the big three of the WBA, WBC, and IBF. In fact it seemed that most of these start up sanctioning organizations had one simple philosophy: to copy the IBF and hope that a highly recognizable champion would dump his belt and claim theirs, thus giving them instant credibility. But it became clear almost immediately that the WBO was different. For one thing, they put on better fights, and the champions were all very credible. But although the fighters were the foundation of the success of the WBO over the years, much credit has to be given to the leadership of men like Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel, the current WBO president. (more…)



August 28th, 2009

Boxing News

McGirt answers Alcine’s prayers

By Dave Spencer / Fightnews Canada

Looking for somebody to once again take him to the top, former WBA junior middleweight champion Joachim Alcine (30-1) finally found the answer he was looking for in Church. But it wasn’t so much divine intervention as it was simple logistics that brought in famed trainer Buddy McGirt as the man to step in and try and bring back Alcine from his only professional loss, a 6th round knockout to current champ Daniel Santos. The tragedy of Arturo Gatti’s funeral brought the two men together earlier this summer as both men were in Montreal to pay their final respects to the fallen warrior. “I saw him in the Church, he was sitting right behind me,” Alcine told Fightnews. “I told my wife, that’s Arturo’s coach, and she said: ‘that’s him, you’ve finally found a coach.’” (more…)



August 28th, 2009

Boxing News

Mendez, Hamer Photo Report

By Andreas Hale

Jr welterweight Argenis Mendez (13-1, 8 KOs) pummeled Anthony Napunyi (14-7) to a fifth round TKO stoppage in front of a full house at BB Kings Bar & Grill in New York. In the evening’s co-feature, unbeaten heavyweight Tor Hamer (8-0, 6 KOs) survived a flash knockdown in the final stanza of his 6 rounder with Theron Johnson (3-2) to eek out the decision. Click for photos and full details…



August 28th, 2009

Boxing News

Next Club Nokia card Sept 24

The next intsallment of “Fight Night Club” at L.A. LIVE’s Club Nokia in Los Angeles, will take place on September 24th and will feature lightweight Luis Ramos (11-0, 6 KOs), featherweight Charles Huerta (11-1, 7 KOs) and junior featherweight Ronny Rios (6-0, 2 KOs) in separate bouts against opponents to be named. “Fight Night Club,” is a new live monthly boxing series presented by Golden Boy Promotions.



August 28th, 2009

Announcement

Camacho regains passion!

Hector Camacho, Jr. reclaimed his passion and love for the sport of boxing at today’s final presser for Saturday night’s “Latin Invasion” card. “I had lost passion and love for boxing,” Camacho admitted. “I found myself going through changes, feeling tremendous pressure and not feeling at my best. I was constantly battling with my weight and with the black cloud that hung over me. That’s why I was away from the ring all this time . . . Click here for more



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Q&A: Jimmy Chaichotchuang

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By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing

Leading Thailand promoter Jimmy Chaichotchuang started promoting in 1996 and has regular nationally televised shows featuring the cream of Thailand’s boxing stars. Jimmy talks to Fightnews and tells of his first promotion, how his uncle Police Colonel Kreerin Intrakaew sponsored him and also about boxers he managed such as Fahprakorb Rakkiattgym and Fahsung 3K Battery, who both battled Manny Pacquiao. (more…)



August 27th, 2009

Boxing Result

Mares punishes Fulgencio

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Photo: Big Joe Miranda

Unbeaten IBF #3/WBO #4/WBC #8 bantamweight Abner Mares (19-0, 12 KOs) scored an impressive sixth round knockout over Carlos Fulgencio (11-4-1, 7 KOs) on Thursday night at L.A. LIVE’s Club Nokia in Los Angeles. Mares’ sustained and brutal body attack finally took its toll on Fulgencio, who went down for the count at 2:24. A 2004 Olympian, Mares was formerly rated WBO #1, but was dropped in the ratings after being sidelined for eleven months with a torn retina and then appendicitis. He has won two straight since returning in May. For more details and photos click here…



August 27th, 2009

UFC

Catone working way up ladder

There was little stopping Nick Catone in his first seven fights, beginning with his debut win over current UFC welterweight John Howard and ending with a second round submission victory over Derek Downey in his Octagon debut in February. But then Catone ran into veteran Tim Credeur in April, and quickly learned some lessons his previous seven wins could never teach him. . . Click more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC

UFC 102 LIVE on PPV Saturday, Sept. 29 at 7 PM PT/10 PM ET: When the history of mixed martial arts is written, two names will stand at the top of the heavyweight division – Randy “The Natural” Couture and Antonio Rodrigo “Minotauro” Nogueira. But these two legendary former champions aren’t thinking about the history books, they’re looking to make another run at the UFC title, and to get there, they must face each other in the Octagon in the main event of UFC 102: Couture vs. Nogueira . . . Click here for more info on UFC 102



August 27th, 2009

Feature Story

WBO Convention, Day 3

By David Finger

The third and final day of the 22nd Annual WBO boxing congress wrapped up today in Budapest, Hungary as President Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel kicked off the championship and ratings committee meetings early in the morning. With all of the recent activity involving WBO ranked fighters, there was little questioning that it would be a colorful and at times contentious morning. As President Valcarcel discussed the situation in the heavyweight division he first brought up American Eddie Chambers, whose defeat over Alexander Dimitrenko in an eliminator set him up as a mandatory challenger to reigning WBO champion Wladimir Klitschko. President Valcarcel was confident that would be fighting for title in the next eighteen months. (more…)



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Cruz confident!

Photo: Promociones Miguel Cotto

Photo: Promociones Miguel Cotto

USNBC featherweight champion Luis Cruz will face his first tittle defense next Saturday, 29th, at the Juan Viera Choliseum in Las Piedras, Puerto Rico. Today the press conference was help and Cruz (11-0, 9 KOs) explained that fighting in his native town acquires particular value, because that encourages his will and forces him to train harder in order to thank his fans for all of their support. In a really touching moment, the 23-year-old champion emphasized that he will dedicate the bout to his mother, who is currently hospitalized. “When she comes out, she’ll find that her son has a new victory. This one is for her,”said Cruz, who will face Yogli Herrera (22-8, 15 KOs). Tickets are available at Ticketcenter.com: ring side $25.00 and general entrance $12.00. Boxeo Boricua in Las Piedras is presented by Promociones Miguel Cotto and H2 Entertainment.



August 27th, 2009

Boxing Result

Mendez stops Napunyi

It was 80 degrees in New York City on Wednesday, but the real heat was at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, where a sold out crowd watched DiBella Entertainment showcase some of the best young talent in boxing. In the main event, 2004 Dominican Republic Olympian Argenis Mendez scored a fifth round knockout over hardnosed veteran Anthony Napunyi in a super featherweight contest. Mendez (14-1, 9 KOs) systematically broke down Napunyi (14-7, 7 KOs) with impressive hand speed and impeccable accuracy until referee Michael Ortega was forced to step in and halt the proceedings. It was a wildly successful first outing under the DiBella Entertainment promotional banner for Mendez. (more…)



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Weights from Hollywood, FL!

Juan Urango 139 vs Randall Bailey 139.5
(IBF light welterweight championship)
Tavoris Cloud 174 vs Clinton Woods 173.5
(IBF light heavyweight championship)
Jonathan Gonzalez 146.5 vs Jason Thompson 145.5
Michael Jean Louis 142.5 vs Prenice Brewer 142.5
Joel Morales 166.5 vs Robert Campbell 168.5
Luis Franco 127.5 vs Christain Fernabdez TBA
Rances Barthelemy 130 vs Vinesah Rungea 129.5
Venue: Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Florida
Promoter: Warriors



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Lopez-Mtagwa quick quotes!

Photo: Chris Farina-Top Rank

Photo: Chris Farina-Top Rank

By Mariano A. Agmi

Juan Manuel Lopez: “One of my dreams will come true on October 10th, maybe a little sooner than expected but I’m glad it’s here. Even though Rogers Mtagwa doesn’t have a great record as some expect, I know how dangerous he is and I have to be well prepared to beat him. Bob mentioned that every time he works with Russel Peltz (Mtagwa’s promoter) brings a fighter to face a Top Rank star he gets beat, but that won’t happen on October 10. Not only am I going to win, but I’m going to knock him out. Viva Puerto Rico!”

Yuriorkis Gamboa: “Madison Square Garden is a venue that has such a great history with so many great champions have passed through here. I am honored that the Garden opened it’s doors to young champions to show what we bring to the table. The fans are going to see a great show on October 10th.”

Top Rank promotes this event in association with Arena Box-Promotion and PR Best Boxing. Click here for more photos…



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Harris cleared to fight

Former Junior Welterweight champion “Vicious” Vivian Harris has been medically cleared to fight after collapsing from an accidental head butt in his last outing. On August 14, in Tucson, AZ, Harris collapsed about 90 seconds into the 2nd-round after clashing heads with Noe Balanos in a bout that was shown live on ESPN. After taking a knee, Harris got to his feet, but then collapsed after walking to his corner. The 31-year-old Harris was taken to a nearby hospital for observation and was given a precautionary CAT scan that came back negative. He was released from the hospital around midnight. After returning to his home in Carlstadt, NJ, Harris visited his neurologist as a further precaution. “I’m OK. All the tests came back negative. My health is my number one concern so I made sure I took all the necessary medical precautions before I resume fighting. “Harris said. “Unfortunately these types of things happen but I’m back in the gym, and I look forward to fighting again before the end of the year.” Harris, who recently signed with Golden Boy Promotions, is determined to work his way back to a title shot in the talent-filled 140 lb-division.



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

TONIGHT: Through the Ropes!

Guests:Paulie Malignaggi and Ed Levine

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 Paulie Malignaggi and Ed Levine. 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.



August 27th, 2009

Photo Gallery

‘Hook City’ photo gallery

A bonus gallery from last week’s “Hook City” card, headlining Roy Jones Jr. vs. Jeff Lacy. Huge photo gallery by Scott Foster:  Click here for more



August 27th, 2009

Scale Watch

At the scales in N.M.

From the Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, N.M. for tomorrow night’s card at Highlands University:
Holly Holm 145 vs. Terri Blair 143.5
Frankie Archuleta 129.5 vs. Lorenzo Estrada 133.5
Arturo Crespin 157.5 vs. Freddy Cisneros 155
Lucas Galle 157.5 vs. Jeramiah Torres 154
Amanda Crespin 126.5 vs. Nohime Dennison 128.5



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Kessler media day!

Photo: Sauerland Events

Photo: Sauerland Events

WBA super middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler (41-1, 31 KOs) welcomed some special visitors to the Max-Schmeling-Gym today. With local football club Hertha Berlin hosting Brondby IF for the return leg of their Europa League qualification clash, Kessler invited the Danish journalists to show them his new training camp base. “The facilities at the Max-Schmeling-Gym are great,” Kessler said. “I really like Berlin. It is a great city. Training has been going well, too. I will be in perfect shape for the fight against Perdomo.” (more…)



August 27th, 2009

Scale Watch

Wonjongkam-Masuda make weight!

Photo: Petchyindee Boxing Promotion

Photo: Petchyindee Boxing Promotion

By Damrong Simakajornboon
 
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam 112 vs Takahisa Masuda 112
(WBC interim flyweight championship bout)
Venue: Kadcheongdoi , Chiangmai, Thailand

Promoter: Piyarat Wachirarattanawongsi of Petchyindee Boxing
TV: Thailand Channel 7
(more…)



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Weights from Montreal!

Photo: Dave Spencer

Photo: Dave Spencer

Weights by Dave Spencer

Joachim Alcine 157 vs Eric Mitchell 158.4
David Lemieux 161.1 vs Bladimir Hernandez 162.1
Nicholson Poulard 167.1 vs Jason Naugler 163.7
Eleider Alvarez 183.1 vs Jesse Sanders 184.1
Tony Luis 134.1 vs Cesar Figueroa 134.1
Oscar Rivas 225.4 vs Joe Stoffle 257.1
Venue: Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Promoter: GYM Promotions
Click here for more photos…



August 27th, 2009

Boxing News

Boxing returns to Lansing!

Photo: Bob Ryder

Photo: Bob Ryder

By Bob Ryder

Promoter Ron De Leon presents a scheduled 8 bout card in boxings welcome return to Lansing, MI on Saturday, September 5 at the Lansing Center. Craig Lewis will be making his pro debut in the main event attraction. Lewis, the 2008 National Golden Gloves heavyweight champion, is hoping to make rapid progress in the pro ranks. Also featured is undefeated Joel Flores who has yet to be extended past the first round as he seeks to keep his quick KO record intact. Locals Bert Compton, Jamie Castellano and Eric Hall are on the card. Doors open at 6:30 PM with first bell at 8:00 PM. $20 general admission or $200 ringside table (seats 4) tickets are available at Aldaco’s Restaurant 517-272-4600 or by calling 517-214-0929.



August 27th, 2009

Feature Story

Johnson aims to make statement!

Story by Antonio Castro

Cleveland’s own Ronald “The American Dream” Johnson (10-1, 3 KOs) will return to his hometown Saturday night to take on WBC USNBC light heavyweight titlist Billy “The Billy Goat” Bailey (9-4, 3 KOs). The bout will be the co-featured fight as part of the Latin Invasion pay per view from the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University . . . Click here for more



August 27th, 2009

Feature Story

Bojorquez is ready to fight!

Story by Felipe Leon

Tijuana super featherweight Emilio Bojorquez is ready to fight.

Against whom and for what is not much of an issue, the fact that he gets to lace up the gloves and step into a ring is enough for the 21 year old fighter . . . Click here for more



August 27th, 2009

Announcement

Contreras, Taylor hit Hagerstown

Sensational prospects Francisco “The Phenom” Contreras and Andres “Taylor Made” Taylor hit Hagerstown, Maryland this Thursday night, August 27th on the “Ballroom Boxing” event at Hager Hall . . . Click here for more



August 27th, 2009




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