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By Felipe Leon
With their debut fight card which included fourteen bouts and eighty scheduled rounds, Baja Boxing brought professional boxing back to the border city of Tijuana, MX, with an action packed night that included three championship fights and a parade of local prospects fighting in front of their home town. Over 2,500 enthusiastic fight fans where on hand at the Palenque of Morelos Park located in the heart of the city to witness jr. welterweight Antonio “Cañitas” Lozada Jr. (22-0, 19 KOs) stay undefeated and anesthetize his third victim in a row when he stopped Colombia’s Henry “Mamba” Aurad (12-3-1, 9 KOs) to capture the vacant WBC FECARBOX title broadcast nationally in Mexico by Televisa. (more…)
Super middleweight contender Edison Miranda has arrived in Montreal and is ready to fight IBF world champion Lucian Bute on Saturday. Pictured are trainer Ricardo Funez, Edison Miranda and head trainer Joe Goossen.
Former lightweight contender José Miguel Cotto (31-1-1, 23 KOs) is ready to show the world that he is back in business. After a great comeback in 2009, with 3 impressive KO wins, JM Cotto is getting ready to shine on Saturday, May 1st in the co-main bout of the Mayweather-Mosley event against Mexican prospect Saúl “Canelo” Alvarez (31-0, 23 KOs). For more details and photos click here…
Five-time world champion Sugar Shane Mosley works on punching sequences with trainer Naazim Richardson on April 12, 2010 in Pasadena, California during a media workout in preparation for his May 1, 2010 mega-fight against six-time world champion Floyd Mayweather at The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada which will be televised live on HBO Pay-Per-View. Click here for quotes and more photos…
The IBF has granted formal sanction approval for IBF junior flyweight champion Carlos Tamara (21-4, 15 KOs) to make an optional defense against IBF #7 rated Luis Lazarte (46-9-1, 18 KOs). The bout is scheduled for May 29 at the Mar del Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
By Dave Spencer / Fightnews Canada
It was the result they wanted, just not road they wanted to get there. The WBC #1 super-lightweight contender Jo Jo Dan (26-0, 14 KOs) was successful this weekend in his native Romania posting a tenth round knockout of Andre Nascimento (15-5. 11 KOs) of Brazil who was stopped for the first time. “I’d say I’m half satisfied,” said Dan’s trainer Pierre Bouchard, “We got the result we wanted, but I think we went about it the wrong way.” Dan finished the show with a left uppercut to the midsection of Nasciemento, a punch reminiscent of his fellow Romanian lefty and former amateur roommate Lucian Bute and known in the Interbox gym as the ‘Bute Special.’ (more…)
By Alexey Sukachev
Looks like former IBF/WBO light welterweight and undisputed welterweight champion Zab Judah (38-6, 26 KOs) will take on undefeated Kazakh prospect Vitaly Demyanenko (18-0, 11 KOs) next. The fight, which is being rumored for late May or early June, has been discussing all over Kazakh media for about a month. The exact venue is still unknown, though Moscow has been named as one of the possible sites. However, according to Demyanenko, team Judah insists on staging the bout in America. Negotiations are ongoing and the deal is close to be signed.
The WBO #7, WBC #9 and WBA #10 ranked Kazakh right-handed stylist, who is working out of unnatural southpaw stance, is coming off a shutout (120-108 twice and 120-109) twelve-round decision over Argentinean Jorge Daniel Miranda this February in Moscow. Demyanenko holds PABA, WBC ABC and WBO Asia Pacific belts at 147 lbs.
Team Sauerland is delighted to announce it has signed a long-term contract with gifted Swedish amateur Erik Skoglund. The 18-year-old, considered by many to be Sweden’s biggest boxing talent, will make his professional debut on the Kessler-Froch undercard in Herning on April 24, taking on cruiserweight Viktor Szalai. Skoglund will be coached by Karsten Rower, who also trains IBF middleweight champion Sebastian Sylvester. (more…)
WBO super middleweight champion Robert Stieglitz and WBC interim middleweight champion Sebastian Zbik, display their world championship belts at a press conference today in Magdeburg, Germany. On Saturday, Stieglitz (37-2, 23 KOs) will defend his belt against unbeaten Eduard “Eddy” Gutknecht (18-0, 7 KOs) and Zbik (28-0, 10 KOs) has a rematch with Domenico Spada (30-2, 15 KOs), whom he edged in a close fight last July. Full details to come…
The popular series of “Boxeo TELEMUNDO” returns on April 30 to the Miccosukee Resort and Gaming in Miami, Florida with a explosive main event. Former world title challenger and new idol in Miami, William “Chirizo” Gonzalez will face Jose Luis “Tapitas” Araiza in a bout scheduled for 12 rounds with Gonzalez’ WBO Latin bantamweight title at stake. Gonzalez is ranked #8 WBA #8 WB0 and #11 WBC, is 28 years old and brings a record of 24-3, 20 KOs. Araiza on the other hand is the former WBA FEDCENTRO titlist, currently ranked #15 WBO, is 31 years old and brings an excellent record of 31-1, 22 KOs.
The undercard will be announced shortly. A total of 8 fights are scheduled with the first bell at 8:30 PM. The event is being promoted by Tuto Zabala, Jr.and All Star Boxing, Inc. “The New Generation”. The main event will be televised live at 11:35 PM by the Telemundo Network on HD. Tickets are already on sale at the Miccosukee Resort. Call 1-800-741-4600.
By Craig Watt
IBO Cruiserweight champion Danny Green (28-3, 25 KO’s) and challenger Manny Siaca (22-6, 19 KO’s) met today at the final press conference in Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia. Both fighters were confident of victory but the 37 year old “Green Machine” was reflective on what happened to Roy Jones Jr when they met in December at the Acer Arena. He stated, “I will not be taking Manny Siaca lightly and will not make the same mistake Roy Jones made with me. He underestimated me because he was looking forward to his next fight with Bernard Hopkins and was distracted and totally under estimated me. The result was he got knocked out. I cannot fall into that trap and I am totally focussed on defeating Siaca in front of all my fans in Perth. I will not be thinking about the next fight until I have defeated my challenger and that is all that is on my mind.” Click here for more, plus more photos.
Boxing fans worldwide want to see one fight: IBF, WBO and IBO World Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko against WBA World Heavyweight Champion David Haye. Now, triple champion Klitschko is taking action and officially calling out David Haye in a video message. Haye has already pulled out of fights with the Klitschko brothers twice.
Here is what Wladimir addresses in his message to David Haye: “I want to send this message to boxing fans and directly to David Haye. David, you’ve bitched out on fighting both Klitschko brothers twice already and now’s the time to make it happen. On behalf of the boxing fans around the world, I am officially calling you out to fight me. You can’t run away from me forever and you need to follow through with this fight if you want to be respected. I’m ready!!! What’re you waiting for?”
Report by Anthony Springer, Jr.
Photos courtesy of Josh Hedges, UFC
It’s not often that “Anderson Silva” and “embarrassed” find themselves in the same sentence.
But after last night’s performance, that’s exactly how UFC president Dana White described the bout. In his eleventh straight Octagon victory, Anderson Silva (26-4) retained his middle weight title in a lackluster decision win over Brazilian jiu-jitsu phenom Demian Maia (12-2) . . . Click here for more
Universum heavyweight Alexander “Sascha” Dimitrenko (29-1, 19 KOs) is looking forward to getting a crack at European champion Audley “A-Force” Harrison. Dimitrenko was already named the official EBU challenger prior to Harrison’s bout with Michael Sprott for the vacant belt, a bout that ended with a spectacular twelfth round come-from-behind knockout by Harrison. “I followed the fight live on the Internet and have to say that it was a very high level bout. Both had nothing else to give. A very interesting fight for me. Harrison was clearly behind on points. He could only win by KO and that he actually did it was very impressive. He’ll be a good opponent for me. I’m look forward to a great fight. I think I can keep Harrison in check.” (more…)
By David Finger
Usually when former heavyweight champion announces he is making a comeback, fans assume the worst. But such is the current state of the heavyweight division that most fans are already predicting a world title fight for former WBO heavyweight champion Shannon “The Cannon” Briggs (48-5-1, 42 KOs). Or perhaps it’s because Briggs has proven his critics wrong so many times in the past that it’s just safer not to bet against him. His comeback begins this Tuesday when he faces the Cuban brawler Rafael Pedro (20-8-1, 14 KOs) at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. (More)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
In a nationally Foxtel televised promotion Fijian based Joseph Kwadio (13-1, 9 KOs), formerly of Ghana, stopped Jamie Pittman (19-2, 8 KOs) in seven rounds at the La Montage Reception Center in Sydney, NSW, Australia on Thursday. Southpaw Pittman controlled all the rounds as he scored with power shots to the head and body of Kwadjo. For more details and photos click here…
By Ricardo Conde
In what is the biggest bout of his career so far and with only one week away from his world middleweight championship fight against Kelly Pavlik, WBC junior middleweight champion Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez has completed his preparations in Oxnard, CA and will be departing on Sunday for Atlantic City, NJ. For more details and photos click here…
Lucian Bute is back in Montreal after spending the last nine weeks in Florida training at the Thump Boxing Gym facilities in Miami with Head Trainer Stephan Larouche and Physical Conditioning guru Andre Kulesza. Lucian Bute (25-0, 20 KOs) will defend his IBF world super middleweight title against Edison Miranda (33-4, 29 KOs) on Saturday, April 17th, 2010 at the Montreal Bell Centre. This bout will be broadcast live on PPV on Canal Indigo, Bell TV and Shaw across Canada and by HBO World Championship Boxing in the United States and Internationally. For more details and photos click here…
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
WBA #15 lightweight Saddam Kietyongyuth (19-0, 15 KOs) will be in action on Friday in Bangkok, Thailand when he will clash with Indonesian Simson Butar-Butar (19-10-2, 14 KOs) over twelve rounds. Kietyongyuth only had one contest in 2009 because of a shoulder injury and in January 2010 scored a second round stoppage over Korean Yong Yoon Choi in Singapore. (more…)
By Damien St. Pierre
A disappointing end to an exciting bout left the sold out crowd at the Hilton Towers in Lafayette, Louisiana wanting more as the man they came to see suffered his first defeat as a professional, although in a odd manner. Sao Paulo, Brazil native Juliano Ramos captured the Louisiana state light middleweight championship this past Saturday night without breaking a sweat. His opponent hometown prizefighter Jarred “Lethal Weapon” LeBlanc (12-1) came out with his usual aggressive style and put Ramos’ back to the ropes as LeBlanc tried to step to the side he fell to the canvas in obvious pain. LeBlanc would try to get back to his feet but was unable to do so. Referee Larry Berger called in the ringside doctor and he would eventually deem LeBlanc unable to continue. The official time was 1:55 into the opening round. With the win Ramos moves his record to 16-3. A rematch has already been discussed by both teams. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
WBA #3 super flyweight Drian Francisco (18-0-1, 14 KOs) of the Philippines will clash with WBA #2 Ricardo Nunez (17-1, 15 KOs) of Panama over twelve rounds in a WBA elimination bout at the Ynares Sports arena in Metro Manila, Philippines on Saturday. Francisco scored the best win of his career in October 2009 when he scored a ten round technical knockout over former world champion Roberto Vasquez. Nunez has lost only one contest back in 2008 when William De Sousa stopped him in round one. (more…)
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Rising Philly featherweight prospect, “Pretty Boy” Coy Evans (8-0-1, 2KO’s) looked spectacular on Friday night at the Arena in South Philadelphia PA, scoring a destructive third round knockout of experienced Kenyan, Morris Chule (11-11-2, 8KO’s) in the eight round main event of the evening. Unfortunately on the undercard, several bouts fell out at the last moment so fans were unable to see the likes of undefeated middleweight prospect Derrick Webster (5-0, 4KO’s) and the ever popular Olivia “The Great” Fonseca (3-2-2, 2KO’s). However, former amateur standout Keenan Smith stepped in admirably in scoring a one sided four round unanimous decision over fellow Philly super featherweight, Luis “Smurf” Esquilin (1-4-1), in his professional debut. The four bout card was promoted by Greg Robinson in association with the River Edge Beverage Company. (more…)
Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield said he would again become world champion. He fulfilled that promise by stopping World Boxing Federation champion Frans Botha in front of just over 3,000 cheering fans at the Thomas & Mack in Las Vegas.
It certainly wasn’t pretty, but for Evander “Real Deal” Holyfield his TKO victory over Botha not only earned him the WBF title, it also meant that Holyfield’s boxing career isn’t quite over yet . . . click here for more
Mexican welterweight champ Norberto “Demonio” Gonzalez had promised to exact vengeance for the many losses Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao had wreaked upon his fellow countrymen. But last night at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, Gonzalez was forced to eat, both, his words, and an unhealthy serving of “Melligen stew.”
Making his mark upon the welterweight division, and his iron-chinned opponent, “Mighty” Mark Melligen grilled, double-baked and roasted Gonzalez through ten rounds for a shutout decision . . . Click here for more
Forty-seven-year-old former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield looked as if he had no business in a boxing ring for five-and-a-half rounds against South African Frans Botha.
Then, all of a sudden, the “Real Deal” found the fountain of youth and tore into the “White Buffalo” to earn the World Boxing Federation title with a crowd-pleasing eighth round TKO victory in front of just over 3,000 fans at the Thomas & Mack in Las Vegas . . . Click here for more
IBF junior middleweight champion Corey Spinks (37-5, 11 KOs) was arrested early Saturday morning in Vero Beach, Florida on charges of misdemeanor DUI and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage. He posted bond and was released around 1PM Saturday afternoon. The champion, whom police say currently weighs 185lbs, is due to return to court on May 11.
Results by Anthony Springer Jr.
Anderson “The Spider” Silva retained his title, defeating Demian Maia via unanimous decision. The uneventful contest, which drew boos from the crowd, also drew a post-fight apology from Silva. “I apologize to everybody. I don’t know what got into me,” he said.
Frankie Edgar found an “Answer” for “The Proidigy,” snaring the UFC lightweight title from BJ Penn via unanimous decision. The bout was largely waged on the feet as the crafty Edgar used head movement and fast feet to keep the previously unstoppable Penn off balance. The judges scored the bout 50-45, 48-47 and 49-46. (more…)
In a WBC bantamweight eliminator, former world champion Cristian Mijares (39-6-2, 17 KOs) won a controversial split decision over Francisco “Panchito” Arce (30-6-2, 21 KOs) on Saturday night at the Palenque de la Feria in Durango, Durango, Mexico. It was a foul-filled fight with Arce ahead on two cards after eight rounds. Mijares closed strong to get the split nod.
In a flyweight bout, former world title challenger Julio Cesar “Pingo” Miranda (31-5-1, 24 KOs) TKO’d Cupul Faustino (23-3, 16 KOs) in the third round. Click here for more photos…
By Andreas Hale at ringside
47-year-old, four-time world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield (43-10-2, 28 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over 41-year-old Frans Botha (47-5-3, 28 KOs) on Saturday night at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. Botha did well early but Holyfield came on in round six, hurt Botha in the seventh, knocked Botha down in the eighth and referee Russell Mora stopped it moments later. Time was :55. With the win Holyfield claims Botha’s WBF heavyweight belt.
“He is a very good defensive fighter,” Holyfield said after the fight. “He’s a smart fighter, too. His right hand had a lot of power and he’s also a very quick big man. I gave myself a 7. I can get better. I’d been off a long time and I know I can get better. I want to come back very soon.” Botha remarked, “Evander is a great fighter. He capitalized on my mistakes. I thought I had him going early. I have to go home and sit down with my team.” More results…
WBC welterweight champion Andre Berto (26-0, 20 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over former WBO champ Carlos Quintana (27-3, 21 KOs) on Saturday night at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida. Berto was too fast and strong for the game Quintana and referee Tommy Kimmons waved it off after a sustained barrage by Berto. Time was 2:16. Kimmons deducted a point from Quintana in round three for a rabbit punch. The card was billed as “Fighting for Haiti” with a portion of the proceeds from tickets sold going to benefit those affected by the recent earthquake in Berto’s native Haiti.
Earlier, WBA junior featherweight champion Celestino Caballero (34-2, 23 KOs) moved up to featherweight to dominate previously unbeaten WBA #2 contender Daud Yordan (25-1, 19 KOs). Caballero, trained by Jeff Mayweather, dropped Yordan at the end of round two and dominated the fight, tripling the punch output of Yordan en route to a twelve round unanimous decision by scores of 119-108, 120-107, 118-108. Caballero wins the vacant WBA interim featherweight title.
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Former world title challenger David Estrada (24-6, 15 KOs) showed he’s still a contender by punishing previously unbeaten welterweight Orlando Lora (26-1-1, 18 KOs) over eight rounds on Saturday night at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, California. Estrada simply put a beating on Lora, who was stepping up in class. Lora’s corner pulled their man out after round eight.
Super bantamweight Leo Miranda (25-2, 24 KOs) came in at late notice and scored a sixth round KO over Andre Wilson (11-4-1, 9 KOs). A left hook finished Wilson at :43.
Jr middleweight Angel Osuna (4-2-1, 2 KOs) overwhelmed previously unbeaten Ruben Rivera (4-1-1, 3 KOs). The bout was waved off after 93 seconds. For more details and photos click here…
By Chris Cozzone at ringside
Welterweight Mark Melligen (18-2, 13 KOs) pounded out a ten round unanimous decision over Norberto Gonzalez (18-2, 12 KOs) on Saturday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Melligan was the aggressor for much of the fight and came away with a 100-90 win on all cards.
Unbeaten featherweight Diego Magdalano (15-0, 3 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Manny Perez (14-6-1, 2 KOs) by scores of 99-91, 100-90, 97-93.
In other off-TV action, former title challenger Lamont Peterson (28-1, 14 KOs) stopped Detroit’s Damien Fuller (30-7-1, 14 KOs) at 1:10 of round seven. Former amateur standout Jose Benavidez (4-0, 4 KOs), of Phoenix, stopped Scott Paul (5-5, 1 KO), at 1:30 of round two. Las Vegas super lightweight Anthony Lenk (7-1, 4 KOs) TKO’d Wilson Rivera (3-4, 1 KO) at 1:19 of round three.
Ringside by Chris Cozzone
Off-TV from the Hard Rock in Las Vegas:
Opening up the show, Japan light heavyweight Hiromitsu Miura (1-0) made his pro debut by defeating Denver’s Isaac Atencio (2-3-1, 2 KOs) with a unanimous decision, scores of 39-37 twice and 40-36.
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In a six-round heavyweight bout, Russian Vladimir Tereshkin (13-0-1, 7 Kos) had to settle for a shutout decision over wily Joseph Rabotte (7-12, 3 KOs), of Myrtle Beach, S.C..
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In a six-round super lightweight bout, Cleveland’s Cortez Bey (8-1-1, 4 KOs) and Marcos Herrera (5-1-1, 1 KO), of Brighton, Colo., fought to a majority draw, scores of 57-57 twice and 58-56 for Bey.
By Ron Jackson
Xola Sifama knocked out Anele Makhwelo at 55 seconds into the sixth round to win the vacant South African flyweight title at the Orient Theatre in East London, South Africa on Friday night. This was a slam-bang affair that had the fans on the edge of their seats throughout with action that swayed from one boxer to other, until Sifama overwhelmed Makhwelo in the sixth round to score a knockout. Makhwelo possibly edged two of the first five rounds with some slick boxing and appeared to be getting on top before he deicide to slug it out with the rugged and stronger Sifama. Makhwelo’s record dropped to 10-1, with four knockouts, and Sifama improved his record to 8-2-1; 4. The referee Siya Vabaza erred as Sifama’s final right to the head came when Makwhelo was kneeling on the canvas. She also picked up the count immediately without sending Sifama to the neutral corner. The tournament was presented by Siphatho Handi of Mamli Promotions.
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