Berchelt hits Merida for third title defense

WBC super featherweight champion Miguel “Alacran” Berchelt looks to be in great physical shape for the third defense of his world title this Saturday at the Poliforum Zamna in his adopted hometown Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. The fight can be seen on Azteca 7, La Casa del Boxeo (Mexico) and ESPN+ in the United States. Berchelt (33-1, 29 KOs) exposes the green belt against experienced former world champion Jonathan Yoni Barros (45-5-1, 22 KOs).

Barros is experiencing some travel problems, but is expected to arrive tonight.

Berchelt arrived in Merida on Saturday night and on Sunday he returned to his roots to workout at the famed San Francisco de Asis Gym. Continue reading “Berchelt hits Merida for third title defense”

WBC super featherweight champion Miguel “Alacran” Berchelt looks to be in great physical shape for the third defense of his world title this Saturday at the Poliforum Zamna in his…
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Dalakian retains WBA flyweight title

World Boxing Association (WBA) flyweight champion Artem Dalakian (17-0, 12 KOs) scored an impressive eighth round KO over challenger Sirichai Thaiyen (50-4, 35 KOs) on Sunday at the Parkovy Convention Centre in Kiev, Ukraine. Dalakian, making his first defense, was aggressive and in command the whole way. He dropped Thaiyen in round five, round six and round eight. The bout was finally waved off near the end of round eight to protect Thaiyen from further punishment.

World Boxing Association (WBA) flyweight champion Artem Dalakian (17-0, 12 KOs) scored an impressive eighth round KO over challenger Sirichai Thaiyen (50-4, 35 KOs) on Sunday at the Parkovy Convention…
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Acosta retains WBO 108lb world title

WBO light flyweight world champion Angel “Tito” Acosta (18-1, 18 KOs) retained his title with a twelfth round TKO over challenger Carlos “Chocorroncito” Buitrago (30-4-1, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico Center in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. After Acosta dropped Buitrago in the final stanza, referee Luis Pabon stepped in to save Buitrago from further punishment. Time was 1:43.

WBO light flyweight world champion Angel “Tito” Acosta (18-1, 18 KOs) retained his title with a twelfth round TKO over challenger Carlos “Chocorroncito” Buitrago (30-4-1, 17 KOs) on Saturday night…
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Vasquez KOs Mijares, ruins ring farewell

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Former world champion Wilfredo “Papito” Vázquez Jr. (25-7-2, 20 KOs) left the overflow Auditorio Centenario crowd in stunned silence by brutally knocking out hometown idol and former two-division world champion Cristian “Diamante” Mijares (59-9-2, 27 KOs) on Saturday night in Gómez Palacio, Durango, Mexico.

In round three, Vazquez got the better of a vicious exchange that shattered Mijares’ nose and sent him crumpling to the canvas to hear the full count. Mijares had already stated this would be his last fight. Vazquez had lost three straight entering the fight and hadn’t fought in 20 months.

In the co-feature, super lightweight José “Pistón” López (28-6-2, 15 KOs) won a majority decision over Roberto “Massa” Ortíz (35-3-2, 26 KOs).

By Gabriel F. Cordero Former world champion Wilfredo “Papito” Vázquez Jr. (25-7-2, 20 KOs) left the overflow Auditorio Centenario crowd in stunned silence by brutally knocking out hometown idol and…
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Spence annihilates Ocampo in one

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside
Photos: Noe Gonzalez

IBF welterweight champion Dallas’ own Errol Spence (25-0, 21 KOs) showed why he is indeed “The Truth” as he dropped Carlos Ocampo (22-1, 13 KOs) with two vicious body shots, a left and a right, at the end of round 1 that sent Ocampo hunched over on the canvas in excruciating pain. Referee Laurence Cole counted to 10 and just like that Spence Jr. scored an impressive 1st round knockout in front of his hometown fans.

Ocampo showed he came to fight, countering Spence Jr. early, but Spence Jr. was on the attack from the opening bell and went right to his bread and butter, the body. It looked like Ocampo might survive on the opening round, but was unable to continue. The official time of the stoppage was 2:59 seconds of round 1. Spence Jr. retains his IBF welterweight belt with the win as he was joined in the ring by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Continue reading “Spence annihilates Ocampo in one”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside Photos: Noe Gonzalez IBF welterweight champion Dallas’ own Errol Spence (25-0, 21 KOs) showed why he is indeed “The Truth” as he dropped Carlos Ocampo…
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WBA champ Roman hands Chucky first defeat

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

In the co-main event at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, WBA super bantamweight champion Daniel Roman (24-2-1, 9 KOs) went toe to toe with the undefeated challenger Moises ”Chucky” Flores (25-1, 17 KOs), who lost the chance to win the title on the scales coming in heavy. Roman and Flores traded shots throughout the fight in the center of the ring, but neither guy was ever hurt. Roman showed his full arsenal landing to the head and body all night against Flores. Flores countered Roman but could not land a telling blow on Roman.

The fight was ruled a unanimous decision as the judges scored it 116-112, 118-110, 120-108 for Roman, who retained his title win or lose.

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside In the co-main event at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, WBA super bantamweight champion Daniel Roman (24-2-1, 9 KOs) went toe to…
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Spence, Ocampo, Roman make weight, Chucky heavy

By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Noe Gonzalez

Errol Spence Jr 146.75 vs. Carlos Ocampo 146.5
(IBF welterweight title)

Danny Roman 121.75 vs. Moises “El Chucky” Flores 123.5
(WBA super bantamweight title)
Note: Flores only made it down to 123, but the bout is still on. Chucky is ineligible to win the WBA super bantamweight world championship. Per WBA rules, “if a champion makes weight and a challenger fails, the champion shall retain the title, even if he loses the bout.”

Javier Fortuna 139.75 vs. Adrian Granados 139.75
Yordenis Ugas 158.5 vs. Jonathan Bautista 164.5
Roberto Marroquin 136 vs. Jesus Aginaga 131.5
Stephen Fulton 122.75 vs. Jesus Ahumada 122.5
Adrian Taylor 184.5 vs. Chris Harris 184.5
Angel Carvajal 119 vs. Fernando Garcia 120.75
Eminantas Stanionis 148.5 vs. Erick Martinez 148.25
Alejandro Guerrero 134.5 vs. David Fabela 134.5

Venue: Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Tostitos Plaza
Promoter: TGB Promotions
TV: Showtime

By Jeff Zimmerman Photos: Noe Gonzalez Errol Spence Jr 146.75 vs. Carlos Ocampo 146.5 (IBF welterweight title) Danny Roman 121.75 vs. Moises “El Chucky” Flores 123.5 (WBA super bantamweight title)…
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Spence Jr. a household name?

By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Noe Gonzalez

IBF Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr. (23-0, 20 KOs) and Carlos Ocampo (22-0, 13 KOs) spoke to the media one last time Thursday at the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco as they get ready to square off for Spence Jr. welterweight title Saturday night. The fight will also be shown live on SHOWTIME Championship Boxing.

Spence Jr. already considered one of boxing’s pound for pound best, could become a household name Saturday night if all the “stars” align. Make no mistake, this homecoming is all about him and whether he could carry the city of Dallas on his broad shoulders for future, major fights. Continue reading “Spence Jr. a household name?”

By Jeff Zimmerman Photos: Noe Gonzalez IBF Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr. (23-0, 20 KOs) and Carlos Ocampo (22-0, 13 KOs) spoke to the media one last time Thursday at…
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Deal Reached for Golovkin-Alvarez II

Promoter Oscar de la Hoya has announced via Twitter that the September 15 rematch between WBA/WBC middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez is a go. Terms not disclosed.

Promoter Oscar de la Hoya has announced via Twitter that the September 15 rematch between WBA/WBC middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez is a go. Terms not disclosed. I’m…
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Spence doesn’t see anything special about Ocampo

Unbeaten welterweight world champion Errol Spence Jr. spent time giving back in his hometown Wednesday, as he handed out meals at the Salvation Army in Dallas. He talked about his mandatory defense against Carlos Ocampo on Saturday at The Star in Frisco, Texas.

Photo: Stacey Verbeek

Errol Spence Jr: “I didn’t know who he was to tell you the truth. I didn’t know who he was. And I don’t really look at the rankings. So I think, like, two days after my fight, the IBF had ordered me to fight my mandatory then they said it was Carlos Ocampo. My original thought was just, ‘let’s do it.’ I’d rather get it out of the way now so it’s not a bump in the road later on when I’m trying to get bigger and better fights. So I’d rather get my mandatory out the way right now. Continue reading “Spence doesn’t see anything special about Ocampo”

Unbeaten welterweight world champion Errol Spence Jr. spent time giving back in his hometown Wednesday, as he handed out meals at the Salvation Army in Dallas. He talked about his…
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David Haye Retires

David Haye: Full Statement:

Today (Tuesday, June 12, 2018) I announce my retirement from professional boxing. They say you can’t play boxing. Yet, as I write this retirement statement, and reflect on my time in the sport, I can’t find a better way to describe the ride.

Thanks to boxing, I have been able to live my unencumbered childhood dream; a dream my dad, Deron, facilitated the moment he took me to Fitzroy Lodge amateur boxing club as a nervous 10-year-old.

From the very start, my parents encouraged and supported me, and convinced me I could achieve anything I set out to do, so long as I gave my very best. This proved the catalyst to me believing I could always win in life, no matter the circumstances. It also led to me giving my heart and soul to boxing for 27 years. Continue reading “David Haye Retires”

David Haye: Full Statement: Today (Tuesday, June 12, 2018) I announce my retirement from professional boxing. They say you can’t play boxing. Yet, as I write this retirement statement, and…
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Wilder: $50 million offer to Joshua still available

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has again used social media to call on WBA, IBF, WBO heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua to accept his $50 million offer.

🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 for all you @anthonyfjoshua fans… The $50M offer for him to fight me next in the US is still available. Today I even agreed to their offer to fight Joshua next in the UK. If he prefers the fight in the UK, the ball is in their court. It’s up to them to choose.

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has again used social media to call on WBA, IBF, WBO heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua to accept his $50 million offer. 🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 for all…
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Mikey: After Easter, only Loma makes sense

During Saturday’s Showtime telecast, it was officially announced that WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia and IBF lightweight champion Robert Easter Jr. will meet in a 135-pound unification showdown on July 28 live on SHOWTIME from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.

Mikey Garcia: “We were fighting at 140 but I always had my mind set act coming back to lightweight. The only fight that made sense was a unification and the fighter available was Robert Easter Jr. He’s a champion and the man to beat. It’s great to be back to finally give my fans here in Southern California a fight. Now that we are I get to give them a unification match and the biggest fight of my career to date…I got my fight on July 28, but there’s been a lot of talk about Lomachenko and me over the past year. If I get through Robert Easter I’d be unified champ and the only other fight that makes sense is Lomachenko.”

Robert Easter: “Lomachenko and Mikey are two skillful guys in the lightweight division and two guys I want to fight. Me and Mikey will do the talking in the ring. My height and my reach will give anyone problems as long as I use them skillfully.”

During Saturday’s Showtime telecast, it was officially announced that WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia and IBF lightweight champion Robert Easter Jr. will meet in a 135-pound unification showdown on July…
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Ocampo preparing for war against Spence

As unbeaten challenger Carlos Ocampo nears his mandatory world title shot against IBF Welterweight World Champion Errol Spence Jr., Ocampo shared his thoughts on training camp and the upcoming matchup taking place Saturday, June 16 live on SHOWTIME from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas.

Photo: Team Ocampo

Here is what Ocampo had to say from training camp with head trainer Rafael Guzman from Guzman’s gym in Ensenada, Mexico:

Carlos Ocampo: “I know Spence is a very tough fighter, but I can’t say for sure what he’s going to do in the ring. What I do know is, I’ll be ready for whatever it is. Continue reading “Ocampo preparing for war against Spence”

As unbeaten challenger Carlos Ocampo nears his mandatory world title shot against IBF Welterweight World Champion Errol Spence Jr., Ocampo shared his thoughts on training camp and the upcoming matchup…
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2018 IBHOF Inductions

By Boxing Bob Newman

The 2018 edition of the International Boxing Hall of Fame induction weekend came off without a hitch this weekend in Canastota, New York. The bucolic, unlikely home of the hall can often suffer the perils of unseasonable weather, no matter the time of year. Rain was forecast for Sunday’s induction ceremony. But if you haven’t heard what they say about the weather in these parts, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes, it’ll change!”

The boxing gods were looking down on the gathering of boxing’s elite and the sun also shined upon them as nary a drop of rain, not the cover of clouds shown all day long. As over a thousand fans of pugilism filled the grounds and took cover from the sun on the hall grounds, six living and three posthumous inductees were enshrined today. Continue reading “2018 IBHOF Inductions”

By Boxing Bob Newman The 2018 edition of the International Boxing Hall of Fame induction weekend came off without a hitch this weekend in Canastota, New York. The bucolic, unlikely…
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Arum: Crawford as good or better than Leonard

By David Robinett

Following his impressive ninth-round stoppage victory over formerly unbeaten Jeff Horn, newly minted WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford and his promoter Bob Arum spoke at the post-fight press conference at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Jeff Horn was delayed while receiving stitches in his dressing room and did not join the main portion of the press conference.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

“About the second or third round I knew I was the stronger guy,” responded Crawford, when asked when he felt he was in control of the fight. “I knew his [Horn] punches couldn’t hurt me, I hit him with a right hook that really hurt him and I knew then it was just a matter of time.”

Crawford also explained that Horn did not offer any surprises in the ring. “He did everything we expected him to do. We knew how he was going to come. There’s only so much you can change when you fight one style and one style only, so we knew how the fight was going to go.” Continue reading “Arum: Crawford as good or better than Leonard”

By David Robinett Following his impressive ninth-round stoppage victory over formerly unbeaten Jeff Horn, newly minted WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford and his promoter Bob Arum spoke at the…
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Santa Cruz beats Mares again for WBA feather belt

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

In an all-out war, Leo Santa Cruz (35-1-1, 19KO) retained his WBA featherweight title and won the WBC Diamond featherweight title with a unanimous decision victory over Abner Mares (31-3-1, 15KO) in a rematch of their 2015 bout.

Not much was different in the rematch than the original bout with the two standing toe to toe and letting their fists fly. Santa Cruz, like last time, usually seemed to do just marginally better in the exchanges. Neither fighter seriously hurt the other in a fight that was often quantity of punches over quality of punches. Continue reading “Santa Cruz beats Mares again for WBA feather belt”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME In an all-out war, Leo Santa Cruz (35-1-1, 19KO) retained his WBA featherweight title and won the WBC Diamond featherweight title with…
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Crawford halts Horn in nine, wins WBO welter title

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Formerly undisputed jr welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford (33-0, 24 KOs) stepped up to welterweight to dethrone WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn (18-1-1, 12 KOs) by ninth round TKO on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. Crawford quickly figured out how to take Horn out of his game. After dominating the fight, he floored Horn in round nine and got a referee’s stoppage with his follow up barrage. Time was 2:33.

Coming into the fight one of the main storylines was whether the naturally bigger Horn could use his size to mitigate Crawford’s superior boxing skills. That turned out not to be the case, as Crawford appeared to have no problems with the higher weight class. After a tentative few early rounds, with both fighters having some moments of success, Crawford began to consistently time Horn coming forward and catch him with big shots, particularly with the left hand. When Horn would stand in one place for too long, Crawford would pop him with his right jab from the southpaw stance. Continue reading “Crawford halts Horn in nine, wins WBO welter title”

By David Robinett at ringside Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Formerly undisputed jr welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford (33-0, 24 KOs) stepped up to welterweight to dethrone WBO welterweight champion Jeff…
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Charlo retains WBC title by decision over Trout

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

WBC super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo (31-0, 15 KOs) scored a twelve round majority decision over former world champion Austin Trout (31-5, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Charlo pressed the action, throughout, and dropped Trout in each the third and ninth rounds, while Trout was content to mostly safely box even when he was seemingly way down on the scorecards.

Trout, 5.5 years removed from being world champion, and 0-4 in subsequent title challenges, looked like an old fighter in the ring but an old fighter with enough boxing smarts to frustrate Charlo and stretch him to the distance to break a four fight knockout streak for Charlo. Charlo’s hand and foot speed was superior but Trout worked distance well. Besides the knockdowns, Trout appeared wobbled on numerous occasions but used his experience to survive. Continue reading “Charlo retains WBC title by decision over Trout”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME WBC super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo (31-0, 15 KOs) scored a twelve round majority decision over former world champion Austin Trout (31-5,…
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Fury wins in comeback fight

Photos: Sumio Yamada

Former world heavyweight champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (26-0, 16 KOs) returned with a one-sided four round TKO over Sefer “The Real Deal” Seferi (23-2, 21 KOs) on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom.

The 6’9 Fury, who has been sidelined with mental health issues for the past 2½ years, towered over the 39-year-old Seferi who mostly campaigns at cruiserweight. The tone of the fight was set when Fury kissed Seferi on the lips during the pre-fight face-off. The fighters smiled and touched gloves several times. At one point Fury was warned by the ref to stop talking to the crowd. The non-competitive affair ended when Seferi quit after round four. Continue reading “Fury wins in comeback fight”

Photos: Sumio Yamada Former world heavyweight champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (26-0, 16 KOs) returned with a one-sided four round TKO over Sefer “The Real Deal” Seferi (23-2, 21 KOs)…
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Hooker beats Flanagan for WBO 140lb title

Photos: Sumio Yamada

In a clash between unbeaten fighters for the vacant WBO junior welterweight crown, Texan Maurice Hooker (24-0-3, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round split decision over former WBO lightweight champion and hometown favorite Terry Flanagan (33-1, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK.

Close fight. Flanagan suffered a deep cut on the forehead after a violent head clash. Scores were 115-113, 117-111 Hooker, 117-111 Flanagan. The title was formerly held by Terence Crawford, who moved up in weight.

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Photos: Sumio Yamada In a clash between unbeaten fighters for the vacant WBO junior welterweight crown, Texan Maurice Hooker (24-0-3, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round split decision over former…
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Pacquiao-Matthysse Undercard announced

Before the Pacquiao vs. Matthysse WBA welterweight championship bout on July 14 at the famous Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, three other title fights will heat up the event.

Unbeaten WBA light flyweight champion Carlos Canizales (20-0-1, 16 KOs), of Venezuela, will stake his crown against 2016 Chinese Olympian Lu Bin (1-0, 1 KO), an amateur standout attempting to win a world title in his second pro fight. Veteran Moruti Mthalane (35-2, 24 KOs), of South Africa, will battle it out with Pakistani star Muhammad Waseem (8-0, 6 KOs) for the vacant IBF flyweight crown. And Mexican featherweight Edivaldo “Indio” Ortega (26-1-1, 12 KOs) locks horns with unbeaten Filipino Jhack Tepora (21-0, 16 KOs) in an IBO world title fight.

Tickets went on sale Thursday. Prices are $5,000, $2,000, $1,000, $500, $350, $250 and $125. The 16,000-seat venue is expected to be sold out. Pacquiao is also the promoter of the event. “This is what we have been waiting for. Let’s get on with the fights,” said Pacman, who has already logged in more than 20 rounds of sparring. Matthysse has been training in California.

Before the Pacquiao vs. Matthysse WBA welterweight championship bout on July 14 at the famous Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, three other title fights will heat up the event. Unbeaten…
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Pulev rips Whyte, Matchroom a new one

Kubrat Pulev commented today on this morning’s press conference in London where Dillian Whyte and his promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing, announced that instead of fighting him, Whyte would be facing recently dethroned WBO champion Joseph Parker.

“After Epic Sports won the purse bid for my IBF elimination bout against Dillian Whyte with a bid of $1.5 million, double what Whyte’s own promoter, Eddie Hearn [of Matchroom Boxing] bid, I was expecting Whyte and his promoter to run away from the fight, but I didn’t expect from them to be such jerks about it,” Pulev said. “They are extreme manipulators and plain schizophrenics. I can’t believe what I’m hearing and what a tricky way they chose to run away from the fight in Bulgaria.Continue reading “Pulev rips Whyte, Matchroom a new one”

Kubrat Pulev commented today on this morning’s press conference in London where Dillian Whyte and his promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing, announced that instead of fighting him, Whyte would…
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Crawford, Horn finally meet

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

After the months of trash talk, Terence “Bud” Crawford and WBO welterweight champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn met face to face for the first time. Crawford (32-0, 23 KOs), the pound-for-pound great from Omaha, Nebraska, is seeking a world title in a third weight class against the unbeaten Horn (18-0-1, 12 KOs). This is what the main event fighters had to say at Thursday’s press conference.

Terence Crawford: “He’s viewing me as this small welterweight. Come fight night, he’ll see otherwise. I just feel like that’s good for him. He’s coming in hungry and determined, and that makes for a good fight. I’m going to be prepared for whatever he brings. Come Saturday, he might get hurt.” Continue reading “Crawford, Horn finally meet”

After the months of trash talk, Terence “Bud” Crawford and WBO welterweight champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn met face to face for the first time. Crawford (32-0, 23 KOs), the…
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Santa Cruz-Mares 2 Final Press Conference

Featherweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz and four-time world champion Abner Mares went face-to-face at the final press conference Thursday, two days before they enter the ring for their highly-anticipated rematch this Saturday, June 9 from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.

Photo: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

Leo Santa Cruz: “I’ve learned a lot from my last few fights. I’m not coming in here worried about losing, I just worry about giving the fans a great show. If Mares is better than me that night, then he will win. But I’ve worked too hard and I’m going to be at my peak on Saturday night…I think the winner of this fight will be number one in this division. Gary Russell Jr. is a great fighter and I definitely want a rematch of our amateur fight. But me and Abner put a lot of pressure on our opponents and I don’t think Gary would like the pressure from either of us.

Abner Mares: “I could stand up here and tell you what I’m going to do Saturday, but you’ve seen the first fight. You know how exciting the first fight was. I have even more to prove and I’m going to leave it all on the line this time…our focus isn’t on looking for a stoppage. That was my mistake the first fight. I tried to destroy him. I’m going to follow instructions and show I’m the better fighter in there. If I win Saturday night, and the fight is just as exciting as the first one, I’m ready for a trilogy. Let’s make it happen. Continue reading “Santa Cruz-Mares 2 Final Press Conference”

Featherweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz and four-time world champion Abner Mares went face-to-face at the final press conference Thursday, two days before they enter the ring for their highly-anticipated…
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