Broadway Boxing hits Broadway

On Thursday, DiBella Entertainment will return to B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in Manhattan for the first time since March 2016, with its highly anticipated year-end Broadway Boxing “Season’s Beatings” event. The tremendous seven-bout card will include three outstanding matchups featuring six undefeated prospects as well as the return of former world lightweight champion Dejan Zlaticanin. All bouts will be available for viewing by visiting the DiBella Entertainment Facebook page.

“This is the kind of boxing card that would make Showtime’s Gordon Hall very proud,” said Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment. “Just like our recent ShoBox card in Cleveland, this event will match several undefeated prospects against one another as they vie to advance their careers. Former lightweight champion Dejan Zlaticanin will also begin his comeback on Thursday night. This is one of the best ‘Broadway Boxing’ shows we’ve had in the series and I’m thrilled to end the year with a bang for the local fight fans in attendance and those watching live on our Facebook page.” Continue reading “Broadway Boxing hits Broadway”

On Thursday, DiBella Entertainment will return to B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in Manhattan for the first time since March 2016, with its highly anticipated year-end Broadway Boxing “Season’s…
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IBF #10 Funai halts Kawaguchi to keep Japanese 115lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Upcoming late-bloomer, IBF#10/WBA#13/WBO#13 Ryuichi Funai (29-7, 20 KOs), a lanky KO artist at 114.75, kept his Japanese national 115-pound belt as he displayed a devastating overhand right to a game warrior from Osaka, Shota Kawaguchi (21-9-1, 9 KOs), 114.75, and badly dropped him to prompt the referee Nakamura’s intervention at 3:09 of the second round on Monday in Tokyo, Japan.

Funai, a year his junior at 32 and making his second defense, was a little befuddled by Kawaguchi’s tricky style before his coup-de-grace exploded at the jaw of the loser, who fell prone and attempted to raise himself only to succumb forward again. Since he once failed to win the national belt from unbeaten Sho Ishida (who recently lost to Khalid Yafai with the WBA belt on the line in Cardiff, UK) via majority nod last year, Funai thus registered five victories straight with four within the distance. Continue reading “IBF #10 Funai halts Kawaguchi to keep Japanese 115lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Upcoming late-bloomer, IBF#10/WBA#13/WBO#13 Ryuichi Funai (29-7, 20 KOs), a lanky KO artist at 114.75, kept his Japanese national 115-pound belt as he displayed…
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Horn and Corcoran make weight

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Jeff Horn 146.6 vs. Gary Corcoran 146.5
(WBO welterweight title)

“It’s always good to get in nice and close to that weight but not go over it, because it can be stressful,” stated Horn, reportedly lost 9 pounds in the final 24 hours. “It’s always a struggle … (but) I’ve done this plenty of times before. I feel like I’ll be feeling good tomorrow. I’m going to have a good feed tonight and just relax, watch a movie, have a nice sleep, get up and do the business.”

Venue: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Australia
Promoter: Duco Events/Top Rank
TV: ESPN

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Jeff Horn 146.6 vs. Gary Corcoran 146.5 (WBO welterweight title) “It’s always good to get in nice and close to that weight but…
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De Gracia, Perales Final Presser in Panama

By Héctor Villarreal

Panamanian featherweight Bryan “La Roca” De Gracia (21-1, 17 KOs), ranked #12 by WBA, and his opponent Sergio “Time to Shine” Perales (24-2, 16 KOs), from Texas, USA, went face-to-face for the first time on Monday at the final press conference before their 8 rounds fight scheduled for Thursday night at Fantastic Casino Albrook Mall in Panama City, Panama.

Photo: Sergio Perales (left) and Bryan De Gracia.

“This is a great opportunity for me to get into the World rankings so I did not hesitate to accept when my promoter told me about coming to fight in Panama” said Perales, who faces De Gracia on the main event of the “Tormenta Perfecta” boxing card which is the final event of Promociones y Eventos del Istmo in year 2017.

“Perales is shorter than me and recently he has been not so active but I have to be very carefull because he is a little more experienced and has almost my same KO ratio,” said De Gracia.

By Héctor Villarreal Panamanian featherweight Bryan “La Roca” De Gracia (21-1, 17 KOs), ranked #12 by WBA, and his opponent Sergio “Time to Shine” Perales (24-2, 16 KOs), from Texas,…
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Lomachenko-Rigondeaux gets big ratings

Saturday night’s Top Rank on ESPN telecast featuring Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux had a 1.5 metered market rating and was the second highest-rated boxing telecast on cable in 2017. Only Manny Pacquiao vs. Jeff Horn had a higher rating. It should be noted that Lomachenko-Rigondeaux was going head-to-head with a boxing telecast on HBO.

Saturday night’s Top Rank on ESPN telecast featuring Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux had a 1.5 metered market rating and was the second highest-rated boxing telecast on cable in 2017.…
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Lemieux-Saunders heats up

The Twitter feud between WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders and former IBF middleweight champion David Lemieux escalated during a conference call with reporters Monday. They collide December 16 on HBO in Montreal.

David Lemieux: I’m really excited for this fight. I’m more excited, actually, just to lay my hands on Billy Joe Saunders more than anything else. He’s got a big mouth…I’m going to make him pay in the ring. All this animosity is going to come out in the ring. If he thinks he can run away for 12 rounds, he’s in a lot of trouble…he said a whole bunch of things. Just his character, he is who he is, and I don’t like him.

Billy Joe Saunders: [On Lemieux’s impressive KO ratio] Against bums, yeah, knocking out old men, but he got stuck against Rubio. He’s a tough man with power. He lost his next and then fought bums all the way up until Golovkin. Curtis Stevens, he’s not an A-level fighter. He’s just a step up, a bit of a seasonal fighter. He’s really nothing special. He dealt with him, fair play. But he got spanked by Golovkin previous to that. When you mix him up against the very, very best of the league, he’s not quite comfortable. He didn’t win a round against Golovkin.

The Twitter feud between WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders and former IBF middleweight champion David Lemieux escalated during a conference call with reporters Monday. They collide December 16 on…
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Weights from Helsinki, Finland

Francesco Patera 134,3 vs. Edis Tatli 134,7
(European lightweight championship)

Timo Laine 169,8 vs. Pjotr Filatov 169,8
Oskari Metz 149,9 vs. Dzianis Yahorenka 149,3
Jose Antonio Sanchez Romero 125,7 vs. Krzysztof Rogowski 124,6
Antti Hietala 151,3 vs. Aliaksandr Abramenka 141,1
Elena Saveleva 113,1 vs. Oksana Romanova 109,3
Krenar Aliu 202,2 vs. Andreii Isakov 187,6

Venue: Kisahalli, Helsinki, Finland
Promoter: P3 Boxing
Live stream: Viaplay

Francesco Patera 134,3 vs. Edis Tatli 134,7 (European lightweight championship) Timo Laine 169,8 vs. Pjotr Filatov 169,8 Oskari Metz 149,9 vs. Dzianis Yahorenka 149,3 Jose Antonio Sanchez Romero 125,7 vs.…
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Brook makes superwelter bow against Rabchenko

Kell Brook will face Sergey Rabchenko on his debut at Super-Welterweight at the FlyDSA Arena in Sheffield on March 3, live on Sky Sports. Brook is gunning to become a two-weight World champion and that journey starts in his seventh outing in his hometown arena, and marks a return to action following his IBF World Welterweight showdown with Errol Spence at Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane ground in May, hot on the heels of his showdown with Middleweight beast Gennady Golovkin

‘The Special One’ is wasting no time in testing himself at his new weight by taking on Rabchenko. The Belarussian is ranked number seven in the WBC and won the European title by stopping Brook’s fellow Ingle Gym product and Steel City son Ryan Rhodes, so Brook knows that the stakes are once again high as he looks to make a statement at 154lbs. Continue reading “Brook makes superwelter bow against Rabchenko”

Kell Brook will face Sergey Rabchenko on his debut at Super-Welterweight at the FlyDSA Arena in Sheffield on March 3, live on Sky Sports. Brook is gunning to become a…
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Corcoran camp condems Horn tactics

Explosive foul play claims by the Gary Corcoran camp has lit the fuse ahead of Wednesday night’s showdown between the Englishman and Australia’s world boxing champion Jeff Horn at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC). Speaking at today’s official press conference at the BCEC, Corcoran’s trainer Frank Greaves accused the Brisbane boxer of continually moving forward and using a head butt.

Greaves produced the video above of examples from Horn’s previous bouts and has promised his boxer will fight fire with fire if Horn uses the same tactics. The allegation is strongly refuted by the Horn camp, who are confident of their first world title defense.

Explosive foul play claims by the Gary Corcoran camp has lit the fuse ahead of Wednesday night’s showdown between the Englishman and Australia’s world boxing champion Jeff Horn at the…
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Horn Camp targets Crawford, Spence, Thurman

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will target Terence Crawford, IBF champion Errol Spence and WBC, WBA champion Kieth Thurman after he defends the WBO championship against WBO #10 Gary Corcoran on Wednesday according to trainer Glenn Rushton who talked to Grantlee Kieza of the Courier Mail.

Horn tonight begins the agonizing ritual of dramatic weight loss with a boxing session behind closed doors with coach Glenn Rushton. He says he will eventually move to the heavier junior middleweight and middleweight divisions because it has been so hard for him to shed almost 22 pounds since the celebrations ended after his July world title win over Manny Pacquiao. But Rushton insists he still wants Horn to beat his main welterweight rivals Crawford, Spence and Thurman before going up a weight. Continue reading “Horn Camp targets Crawford, Spence, Thurman”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will target Terence Crawford, IBF champion Errol Spence and WBC, WBA champion Kieth Thurman after he defends the…
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Euro champ Patera poised for Tatli rematch

By Marco Bratusch

Last May, after twelve rounds of two-way action at the Gatorade Center in Turku, Finland, a surprising outcome moved the European lightweight belt into the hands of little-known challenger Francesco Patera who was facing decorated titlist and local favorite Edis Tatli.

The facility is normally used to host ice hockey, but in the end the boxing ring too appeared to be ‘slippery’ for the defending champion that night. Continue reading “Euro champ Patera poised for Tatli rematch”

By Marco Bratusch Last May, after twelve rounds of two-way action at the Gatorade Center in Turku, Finland, a surprising outcome moved the European lightweight belt into the hands of…
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Weston shuts out Ancona in Portland

By Ricardo Ibarra
Photos by Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net

Closing out what has been an outstanding year for the young Pacific Northwest cruiserweight prospect, Marquice “Tree” Weston (12-1-1, 6 KOs) defeated Ohio’s Armando Ancona (8-7-2, 5 KOs) on Saturday night at the Jackson Armory in Portland, Oregon, putting on a dominant performance over seven rounds on his way to a unanimous decision win, his fifth consecutive victory of 2017.

The fight headlined the inaugural card for former world champ Steve Forbes’ 2 Pound Sports & Entertainment, who along with partner Christina Lunzman brought professional boxing back to Portland for the first time in over a dozen years. Continue reading “Weston shuts out Ancona in Portland”

By Ricardo Ibarra Photos by Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net Closing out what has been an outstanding year for the young Pacific Northwest cruiserweight prospect, Marquice “Tree” Weston (12-1-1, 6 KOs) defeated Ohio’s…
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Results from Texcoco, Mexico

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Undefeated Mexican prospect Eduardo ‘Rocky’ Hernandez scored an easy win over experienced Venezuelan Rafael ‘Potro’ Hernandez to remain WBC Youth super featherweight champion on Saturday night at the Palenque de la Feria del Caballo in Texcoco, Mexico State. Hernandez sent Hernandez to the canvas four times before the bout was stopped in round four. Hernandez, 20, has become a serious prospect in Mexican boxing to become world champion

Former world champion Rodrigo ‘Gato’ Guerrero became the new FECOMBOX super bantamweight beltholder when he defeated Salvador ‘Pelón’ Juarez over ten exciting rounds. Scores were 97-94, 96-94 for Guerrero, 96-94 for Juarez.

Unbeaten Mexican Olympian Juan Pablo ‘Pivi’ Romero knocked out Luis ‘The Crash’ Acuña in five rounds.

By Gabriel F. Cordero Undefeated Mexican prospect Eduardo ‘Rocky’ Hernandez scored an easy win over experienced Venezuelan Rafael ‘Potro’ Hernandez to remain WBC Youth super featherweight champion on Saturday night…
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Salido: I’m just an old fighter now

By Miguel Maravilla

The career of four-time, two division world champion Orlando “Siri” Salido (44-14, 31 KOs) came to an end Saturday night in Las Vegas. After his blood-and-guts loss to Miguel “Mickey” Roman, the 37-year-old Salido says he’s hanging them up.

Photo: Sumio Yamada

“As they say father time is undefeated,” said Salido. “All the wars I had caught up with me tonight. I am leaving the ring knowing that I gave the fans a great a fight that I can give them. I hope they enjoyed it. The mind and heart were there, but my body just was not responding. Roman, is a young fighter who gave his all and I was not able to keep up with him. I’m just an old fighter now.

“I’ve beaten young fighters before, but this time it was a matter of age. Time takes its toll, and obviously I just couldn’t do it. This was my last fight. Thank you to all, to those who will remember me for all the great fights that I had, and to the people who have followed me.”

By Miguel Maravilla The career of four-time, two division world champion Orlando “Siri” Salido (44-14, 31 KOs) came to an end Saturday night in Las Vegas. After his blood-and-guts loss…
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Roman stops Salido in nine, Salido retires

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Substitute fighter Miguel “Mickey” Roman (58-12, 45 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over four-time world champion in two weight divisions Orlando “Siri” Salido (44-14-4, 31 KOs) in a scheduled 10-round junior lightweight clash at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

It did not take long to warm up as Salido and Roman traded from the start, Salido landed a solid right hand that momentarily staggered Roman as he clinched and held on. Roman pressured in round three as a composed Salido boxed behind the jab. Salido picked up the pace in the fourth as he began to dig Roman’s body however a one-two dropped Salido as his lip was busted. In the fifth Salido and Roman started where they left off exchanging.

Trading in center ring, Salido and Roman stood toe to toe in the sixth as neither took a step back. Round seven was the same as Roman and Salido continued to give the fans a fight. The eighth was non-stop action as Roman dropped Salido for a second time. Roman’s pressure was too much for Salido as dropped him for a third time and finished him off at 1:43 of the ninth. Salido retired after the fight. Continue reading “Roman stops Salido in nine, Salido retires”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Substitute fighter Miguel “Mickey” Roman (58-12, 45 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over four-time world champion in two weight divisions Orlando…
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Ogawa defeats Farmer to claim IBF 130lb title

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Japan’s Kenichi Ogawa (23-1, 17 KOs) won a split decision over Tevin “American Idol” Farmer (25-3-1, 5 KOs) to claim the vacant IBF junior lightweight world title on Saturday night at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Judges favored Ogawa’s aggression over Farmer’s punch volume. Scores were 116-112, 115-113 for Ogawa, 116-112 for Farmer.

The taller Ogawa backed Farmer landing big punches in the opening round. Ogawa landed the right hand solidly as the southpaw Farmer was on his feet backing away. In round three Ogawa stalked as Farmer used a spin move to stay away but Ogawa kept the pressure through the round. Continue reading “Ogawa defeats Farmer to claim IBF 130lb title”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Japan’s Kenichi Ogawa (23-1, 17 KOs) won a split decision over Tevin “American Idol” Farmer (25-3-1, 5 KOs) to claim the vacant…
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Lomachenko makes Rigondeaux quit

By Matt Richardson at ringside
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

In a historic battle matching two two-time Olympic gold medalists in the professional ranks, WBO junior lightweight champion Vasiliy Lomachenko dominated Guillermo Rigondeaux over six lopsided rounds before Rigondeaux elected to stay in his corner before the start of the seventh, reportedly due to an injured left hand, on Saturday night at The Theater in Madison Square Garden.

The fight was the main event of an ESPN-televised card.

Injured hand or not, Lomachenko (10-1, 8 KO’s) dominated the fight in every way possible and made a clear argument for being considered the very best fighter in the world, pound-for-pound. Simply put: Lomachenko threw punches from angles not seen at a speed not witnessed since the prime days of Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

Lomachenko is that good. Continue reading “Lomachenko makes Rigondeaux quit”

By Matt Richardson at ringside Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank In a historic battle matching two two-time Olympic gold medalists in the professional ranks, WBO junior lightweight champion Vasiliy Lomachenko dominated…
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Undercard Results from New York City

By Matt Richardson at ringside
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Ireland’s Michael Conlan, the 2016 Olympian, was forced to win his first professional fight by decision when he went six rounds against Luis Fernando Molina in a featherweight fight. Conlan (5-0, 4 KO’s) dominated the fight, as was evident in three identical shutout scores of 40-36 that were tallied in his favor.

Conlan, who made his professional debut in the same venue back in March, dominated the action from the outside but never sat on his punches long enough to do any damage. Molina (4-4-1, 1 KO) constantly came forward but was never effectively aggressive. Conlan, meantime, will likely return to the Garden on Saint Patrick’s Day. Continue reading “Undercard Results from New York City”

By Matt Richardson at ringside Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Ireland’s Michael Conlan, the 2016 Olympian, was forced to win his first professional fight by decision when he went six rounds…
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Undercard Results from Las Vegas

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Former super featherweight champion Francisco “Bandido” Vargas (24-1-2, 17 KOs) of Mexico City, Mexico returned to the ring won a ninth round technical decision over England’s Stephen “Swifty” Smith (25-4, 15 KOs) in a scheduled ten round bout opening up the HBO Boxing After Dark telecast.

Vargas was off to a good start using his technique popping the jab teeing off Smith. In round two, Vargas connected a one-two that backed Smith. The third round saw Vargas go forward staying on top of Smith following up with the overhand right. Referee Russell Mora warned Smith in round four for holding as Vargas stayed inside. At the halfway point in the fifth Vargas and Smith clashed heads as Vargas was on the receiving end. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Las Vegas”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Former super featherweight champion Francisco “Bandido” Vargas (24-1-2, 17 KOs) of Mexico City, Mexico returned to the ring won a ninth round…
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Truax upsets DeGale, wins IBF supermiddle title

Minnesota’s Caleb Truax (29-3-2, 18 KOs) scored an upset twelve round majority decision over IBF super middleweight world champion James “Chunky” DeGale (23-2-1, 14 KOs) to claim the world title on Saturday night at the Copper Box Arena in London. Truax pressed the action throughout the bout. DeGale was pummeled in round five and was constantly on the back foot against the pressure of Truax. In the end, judges scored it 114-114, 115-112, 116-112.

DeGale was as much as a 41:1 favorite at online sportsbooks earlier in the week.

Minnesota’s Caleb Truax (29-3-2, 18 KOs) scored an upset twelve round majority decision over IBF super middleweight world champion James “Chunky” DeGale (23-2-1, 14 KOs) to claim the world title…
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Selby outpoints Ramirez

IBF featherweight world champion Lee Selby (21-1, 9 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Eduardo Ramirez (20-1-3, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Copper Box Arena in London. Scores were 118-110, 119-109, 116-112. Ramirez disappeared during fight week, missed the final press press conference, and missed making weight, so he wasn’t eligible to win the title. Next up for Selby is mandatory challenger Josh Warrington.

IBF featherweight world champion Lee Selby (21-1, 9 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Eduardo Ramirez (20-1-3, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Copper…
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Skoglund in coma with brain bleed

Super middleweight contender Erik Skoglund (26-1, 12 KOs), coming off a brutal fight against Callum Smith in a September Word Boxing Super Series bout, was feeling ill and taken to the hospital after a training session in Nyköping, Sweden. He was placed in a medically induced coma and underwent surgery last night to repair a bleed on the brain. Doctors are pleased with the results and Erik remains in a serious yet stable condition. The next 3-4 days are critical for his recovery. Team Sauerland asks that everyone respect the privacy of Erik and his family.

Super middleweight contender Erik Skoglund (26-1, 12 KOs), coming off a brutal fight against Callum Smith in a September Word Boxing Super Series bout, was feeling ill and taken to…
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Ritchie, Akkawy, Lovett triumph Down Under

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former Australian middleweight champion Dwight Ritchie (16-1-0) outpointed Shay Brock (12-1-1) over ten rounds to capture the vacant IBF Youth title at the Melbourne Pavillion, Flemington, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Friday. Ritchie controlled the action in most of the rounds to be awarded a unanimous decision. Ritchie, 25 years, captured the OPBF title in 2016 defeating Hikaru Nishida but lost the championship to Koki Tyson that same year in Osaka, Japan.

Unbeaten super middleweight Bilal Akkawy (16-0-1, 14 KOs) stopped Rogerio Damasco (16-8-1, 15 KOs) in round two of a scheduled eight round bout on Friday at Club Punchbowl, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Akkawy is scheduled to box again at this venue on February 24.

Globe-trotting light-heavyweight Steve Lovett (17-2, 13 KOs) outscored Steven Moxon (5-5, 4 KOs) over eight rounds by unanimous decision in the main event at the Hellenic Club, Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory, Australia on Friday. Lovett was based in the USA from 2013 to 2017 training under highly regarded Ronnie Shields. He was also trained by former IBF, WBA middleweight champion Daniel Geale for Friday’s Fight. Continue reading “Ritchie, Akkawy, Lovett triumph Down Under”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former Australian middleweight champion Dwight Ritchie (16-1-0) outpointed Shay Brock (12-1-1) over ten rounds to capture the vacant IBF Youth title at the…
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Dominican ‘Destino Japan’ halts Okamoto

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Hard-punching Dominican residing in Japan, Destino Japan (AKA Vladimir Baez; 24-3-2, 22 KOs), 140, acquired the right to have a mandatory shot at the national super-light titlist Koichi Aso early next year, when he won an eliminator for #1 by chalking up a fine TKO victory over Kazuyasu Okamoto (14-5, 4 KOs), 139.75, at 2:12 of the eighth and final session on Friday in Tokyo, Japan.

It’s an eliminator between the JBC #1 and #2 contenders with Destino emerging victorious with his remarkable power-punching, with which the taller Dominican sent the game Japanese to the canvas in the fifth and eighth. Before the trick happened, the Dominican had been dominating the contest with his more accurate combinations to the belly and the face. Continue reading “Dominican ‘Destino Japan’ halts Okamoto”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Hard-punching Dominican residing in Japan, Destino Japan (AKA Vladimir Baez; 24-3-2, 22 KOs), 140, acquired the right to have a mandatory shot at…
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