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By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Joe Deguardia’s Star Boxing put together a very entertaining night of boxing at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Saturday night. In the main event of the evening, Atlantic City’s own Shamone Alvarez (21-2, 12KO’s) put himself back in welterweight mix with devastating 7th round knockout of Alexis Camacho 17-3, 16KO’s). Also, heavyweight slugger and crowd favorite Vinny Maddalone (33-6, 24KO’s) rebounded from his close loss to Jean Marc Mormeck by dropping a vastly outgunned Dominique Alexander (19-8-1, 9KO’s) four times, finishing the job in round five with a deep hook to the body. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
In a poor excuse for a title fight Osborne Machimana retained his South African heavyweight title for the fifth time when he stopped Bull Muravha at 2 minutes 47 seconds into the eighth round at the Nasrec Indoor Arena, Johannesburg on Sunday afternoon. The 31-year-old Machimana came into the ring with a tyre around his waist and weighed in at a flabby 122kg against the smaller and inexperienced Muravha who hit the scales at 98.02kg. (more…)
Ringside by Gerardo Martinez
Tonight at the Ohkay Casino on the San Juan Pueblo, N.M.: Ending a three-year layoff in a comeback attempt, former world champ Johnny Tapia (57-5-2, 29 KOs) scored a fourth round TKO over former sparring partner, journeyman Jorge Reyes (21-28-3, 17 KOs). The end came at 1:09. It was Reyes’ first fight in a year-and-a-half and his 15th loss in 16 fights. In the co-main event Carlos “El Gallo” Sanchez (5-1, 2 KOs) defeated unwon Eric Bradford (0-5) of Lincoln, Nebraska, by KO in 0:31 seconds of the 2nd round. On the undercard: In a battle of Albuquerque bantams, Raymond “Hollywood” Montes (3-1, 2 KOs) survived a first round knockdown to defeat Alan Sanchez (2-1, 1 KO) by way of unanimous decision (37-34 twice and 38-34) after four rounds; Denver, Colorado’s John Grimaldo (3-0, 2 KOs) defeated Mitchell, Nebraska late sub Javier “Bombitas” Conde (0-1) by way of TKO in 2:05 of the 1st round; In a fight between debuting cruisers, cage fighter turn boxer Manuel “Mano” Otero (1-0, 1 KO) defeated Henry “Poison” Anaya III (0-1) in 1:38 of the 1st round. Anaya was down once before the stoppage; In the opening bout of the evening Albuquerque’s Matthew Salazar (1-1) defeated Johnny Tapia’s son, Johnathon Tapia, by unanimous decision after four rounds of boxing. Scores were 40-35 twice and 36-39.
In an exciting, wildly entertaining one-sided slugfest, Vic “The Raging Bull’’ Darchinyan (34-2-1, 27 KOs) of Australia retained his WBC/WBA super flyweight crowns with a hard-fought, 12-round unanimous decision over Mexico’s Rodrigo “Gato’’ Guerrero (13-2-1, 9 KOs) in the main event on a special edition of ShoBox: The New Generation Saturday on SHOWTIME®. “If I don’t train hard for this fight, if I take this guy lightly, this is a much harder fight and maybe I lose,” said Darchinyan, who is hopeful his next start with be a rematch with Nonito Donaire. “This kid is a very good fighter. I hit him with a lot of good punches, but he took them all and kept coming back. I have never had an opponent stand up to me like he did.” (more…)
Results by Brady Crytzer
After two furious rounds of action for the world bantamweight title 24 year old Dominick Cruz was awarded the victory when Brian Bowles was deemed unable to continue due to a broken hand after the conclusion of the second round. Cruz controlled the first round with crafty footwork and slick counterpunching. In round two, Bowles began to open up with wild punches but was unable to land cleanly on the patient challenger. After the end of the round the fight was stopped by a ringside physician when Bowles was deemed unable to continue.
By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Two knockdowns, a solid game plan and some inadvertent faulty lighting allowed “The White Tiger” Chase Shields of Houston, TX to win a 12-round unanimous decision over hometown favorite Jimmy Lange of Great Falls, VA and capture the WBC USNBC Junior Middleweight title in front of 5, 312 at the George Mason University Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA.
The knockdowns came in the 11th round and served as an exclamation point in the contest for the new champion. However, the knockdowns may not have happened without an eight-minute power outage in the arena during the ninth round, a round where Lange seemed to be in control. (more…)
Undefeated Devon Alexander “The Great” stunned Juan “Iron Twin” Urango with two knockdowns in the eighth round that led to a spectacular technical knockout win on Saturday night at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn.. Alexander took Urango’s IBF title at 140 pounds and added it to his WBC super lightweight championship. “My coach told me to stay focused when Urango started bleeding [from the nose in the third round]. My coach said ‘Don’t stand there and get hit,’” said Alexander afterward. “His [Urango’s] punches did not hurt at all. I was surprised by that. Speed kills everything and that’s what I have.” (more…)
WBC #4/WBA #7/WBO #5 welterweight Saul “Canelo” Alvarez moved to 31-0-1, 23 KOs with a crushing third round KO over “The Golden Greek” Brian Camechis (19-3, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at the Palenque de la Feria, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico. After dominating round one, Alvarez dropped Camachis twice in round two and finished him with a huge left hook early in round three. Alvarez retained his NABF title. For more details and photos click here…
Argentinian prospect Javier Maciel (15-1, 9 KOs) stopped countryman Ricardo Manuel Genero (15-9-3, 6 KOs) by way of seventh round TKO on Saturday night at the Club Union and Progreso, in Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The fight was fought at a rapid pace from the very beginning with Maciel being the aggressor while Genero returned fired with solid counters. Maciel was getting the better of Genero as the fight wore on and appeared to be breaking him down when Genero was unable to continue due to an apparent shoulder injury. Mario Margossian promoted the event.
WBC #3 lightweight Ricardo ‘Pelon’ Dominguez (31-4-2, 19 KOs) scored a third round TKO over late sub Leonardo Resendiz (22-24, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Auditorio Pablo Colin in Cuautitlan Izcalli, outside Mexico City. Resendiz surprisingly dropped Dominguez in round one, but Dominguez returned the favor, putting Resendiz down at the end of round two. Round three was all Dominguez and Resendiz did not come out for round four. Click here for more photos…
Ringside By Scott Ploof
WBC super lightweight Devon Alexander (20-0, 13 KOs) retained his title and captured the IBF title as he stopped former champion Juan Urango (22-3-1, 17 KOs) at 1:12 of round number eight at the Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino in Uncasville, CT in the main event of HBO’s Boxing After Dark. Urango looked solid throughout the first seven rounds of the bout as he seemingly landed the better and harder punches during the fight. It was the right hand of Alexander that hurt and sent Urango to the canvas early in round eight. Urango was able to get up but didnt last long as a flurry from Alexander sent Urango right back to the canvas for the final time as referee Benji Estedes called a halt to the fight.
In a stunner, former world champion Steve Forbes (34-8, 10 KOs) lost an eight round majority decision to Harrison Cuello (19-12-3, 14 KOs). The bout took place in front of a nearly empty house after the Alexander-Urango bout.
Current WBC USNBC heavyweight titlist and New York state prospect Derric Rossy (25-2, 14 KOs) scored a very workmanlike twelve round unanimous decision over the game challenge of Zack Page (20-28-2, 7 KOs). Scores of the bout were 117-110, 120-107, and 118-109 all in favor of Rossy. (more…)
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Popular, hard-hitting Vic “The Raging Bull” Darchinyan (34-2-1, 27 KOs) successfully defended his WBC/WBA super flyweight crowns with a hard fought twelve round unanimous decision over Rodrigo “Gato” Guerrero (13-2-1, 9 KOs) on Saturday night in the main event on a special edition of ShoBox: The New Generation at The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Aqua Caliente, California. Guerrero was competitive early, but after that it was a brutal display by Darchinyan, who battered Guerrero but couldn’t put the game challenger on the deck. Scores were 118-110, 117-111, 120-108. For more details and photos click here…
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Welterweight Shamone “The Truth” Alvarez (21-2, 12 KOs) impressively knocked out Alexis Camacho (17-3, 16 KOs) in round seven on Saturday night at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City. Alvarez connected with his left hand all night breaking down the game Camacho. The end came in the seventh when Alvarez laid out Camacho with another crushing left hand. Time was 1:30.
Heavyweight fan favorite Vinny Maddalone (33-6, 24 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Dominique Alexander (19-8-1, 9 KOs). Maddalone dropped Alexander in round three, twice in round four and again in round five before the bout was waved off at 1:09 of the fifth.
Light heavyweight Chuck Mussachio (15-1-2, 5 KOs) won a six round unanimous decisio over Richard Dalphone (2-6-3, 2 KOs). Scores were 58-56, 58-56, 59-55.
By Joe Koizumi
WBC#13 Naoki Matsuda (32-8-4-1NC, 13 KOs), 126, barely acquired the vacant OPBF featherweight belt as he came off the canvas, dropped back top ranked Filipino champ Vinvin Rufino (28-11-3, 13 KOs), a hard-punching southpaw, 124.5, three times to win a hard-fought split decision (114-111, 114-112 and 111-114) over twelve see-saw rounds on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan.
Matsuda, who had entered the WBC ratings thanks to his upset demolition of ex-WBC ruler Rudy Lopez in Mexico in 2007, had a really tough time against the game, hard-hitting but fragile Filipino southpaw. Though making a good start, Matsuda, 33, hit the deck with Rufino’s devastating left in the closing seconds of the third. Temporarily was his body so badly paralyzed that it seemed a matter of time that Rufino would bring home the bacon in the next session. (more…)
Referee Benji Estevez (NY) will be the third man in the ring when WBC junior welterweight champion Devon Alexander faces IBF champ Juan Urango in tonight’s unification clash at the Mohegan Sun. Judges are Don Trella (CT), Steve Weisfeld (NJ) and Omar Mintun (NM). Supervisors are Mike George (WBC) and Daryl Peoples (IBF).
By Dave Spencer/Fightnews Canada at ringside
Super-middleweight Sebastien Demers scored a tough fought majority decision over former three-time world champion William Joppy by 97-93, 97-93, 95-95 at the Casino de Montreal Saturday afternoon. The veteran Joppy was the busier of the two fighters for much of the afternoon but Demers saved his best for last, pounding out and securing the decision over the last two rounds. As was the case the last time Joppy appeared in Montreal (February 2008 versus Lucian Bute) Joppy announced to his retirement to the crowd in attendance, congratulating his opponent on his victory. (more…)
By Christopher Cook at ringside
Nick “The Showstopper” Iannuzzi (15-1-0, 9 KOs) had to earn his victory over game Victor Barragan (11-5-0, 3 KOs) in an exciting night of boxing at the Tampa Westshore DoubleTree Hotel, presented by One Punch Productions. In a back-and-forth contest, both fighters gave it their all in front of a full house in Tampa, Florida. Iannuzzi utilized a strong jab to keep the fight at a distance to begin with. Sticking with the jab, Iannuzzi did his best to keep Barragan at bay. When the fighting did move in, Barragan was able to capitalize, turning the fight in the middle rounds. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Australian featherweight champion Joel Brunker (13-0, 7 KOs) scored a fifth round stoppage over Many Emery (3-3-1) of New Zealand at the Richmond Club in Richmond, NSW, Australia on Friday. Emery boxed a draw in six rounds with Leigh Lindgren in Australia in 2009. Brunker is managed by Angelo DiCarlo and is scheduled to defend the national title on April 16th against Dianever Orcales in Brisbane. On the undercard welterweight Mark Sarracino (1-0-1) boxed a tech draw with Ryan Stinson (1-3-1) when Sarracino suffered a cut in round two due to an accidental head clash.
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
WBO #7 Ryan Waters (19-2-2, 12 KOs) scored an eight round knockout over Elvin Marbun (13-9-3, 6 KOs) at the Cronulla Leagues club in Cronulla, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Saturday. Marbun currently holds the Indonesian 154 pound title. In Waters previous start he was held to a draw in the sixth round by Tui Leveni (who had him on the canvas) on the Danny Green vs Roy Jones undercard in December 2009. (more…)
By Jose E. Santiago
On Friday night in Atlanta, Shea Bailey Promotions delivered as promised with an exciting night of action packed boxing at the Center Stage Theatre. In the main event hometown favorite Paul “The Truth” Delgado (21-1 9, 4 KOs) cruised to a unanimous decision victory over cagey veteran Roberto Valenzuela (51-51-2, 42 KOs). Sporting a chiseled new physic due to a newly implemented strength and conditioning regimen, Delgado looked ripped once his corner peeled off his ring entrance garb. Although bigger and stronger Delgado did not lose his slick boxing ability, but did have the wherewithal to trade shots with the Mexican road warrior. (more…)
From the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio for tonight’s WEC card:
WEC Bantamweight Championship
Brian Bowles 134.5 vs Dominick Cruz 134
Miguel Angel Torres 134.5 vs Joseph Benavidez 135
Jens Pulver 145.5 vs Javier Vazquez 145
Deividas Taurosevicius 145 vs LC Davis 144.5
Bart Palaszewski 155 vs Karen Darabedyan 156
Scott Jorgensen 135 vs Chad George 135.5
Chad Mendes 145 vs Erik Koch 144
Danny Castillo 155.5 vs Anthony Pettis 154.5
Leonard Garcia 145 vs George Roop 145.5
Fredson Paixao 144.5 vs Courtney Buck 145
Ricardo Lamas 155 vs Bendy Casimir 155.5
By Graham Houston
In his last appearance Vic Darchinyan easily demolished Mexico’s Tomas Rojas in two rounds. So far, no Mexican fighter has been able to stand up to the powerful Aussie-Armenian. Darchinyan bludgeoned Cristian Mijares, busted up Jorge Arce and overpowered contenders Victor Burgos and Luis Maldonado.
On Saturday, with TV coverage on Showtime, it is the turn of Rodrigo Guerrero to see if he can reverse the tide and score the greatest victory of his life, and one that would surely delight the fans in Old Mexico. (more…)
By Karl Freitag
After losing blockbuster fights to Los Angeles, New York City and Dallas, Las Vegas is reasserting itself as the mecca of boxing with five major televised boxing shows (and possibly a sixth) taking place within a three week period. It all kicks off on March 26 at the Treasure Island Casino when Don King Productions presents two world title fights on ESPN2 with Steve Cunningham and Matt Godfrey battling for the vacant IBF cruiserweight title and IBF jr middleweight champion Cory Spinks defending against Cornelius Bundrage. (more…)
By John Cannon at ringside
Unbeaten super bantamweight Sergio Perales (14-0, 8 KOs) scored a sixth round KO over Josimar Olivares (15-3) on Friday night at Casa de Amistad in Harlingen, Texas. In the co-feature, middleweight Roberto “La Amenaza” Garcia (28-2, 21 KOs) made his triumphant return to the Rio Grande Valley after fighting out of the area for two years and certainly did not disappoint his fans, kayoing Jose Medina in three. (more…)
By Rocco Morales at ringside
IBF #8 lightweight Martin Honorio (28-4-1, 14 KOs) continued his rise in the lightweight division with a twelve round unanimous decision over Wilton Hilario (12-1-1, 9 KOs) on Friday night at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, CA. Honorio, who has previously handed Steven Luevano and John Molina their first career losses, floored previously unbeaten Hilario twice in round six and dominated the fight, winning 120-106, 119-107, 119-107. Honorio retained his NABO lightweight belt. (more…)
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