Anthony Joshua: I can’t afford to lose

Unified Heavyweight World Champion Anthony Joshua worked out for the media on Tuesday in Sheffield, England, as the undefeated British sensation continues preparation for his showdown against IBF mandatory challenger Carlos Takam on Saturday, Oct. 28 live on SHOWTIME from Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

Photo: Mark Robinson/Matchroom Boxing

“This is a must-win for myself and for Carlos Takam,” Joshua told Sky Sports. “As much as my supporters want to see me win, there are still a few people who doubt me and want me to lose and disrupt our plan. They don’t want to see the cream rise to the top.” Continue reading “Anthony Joshua: I can’t afford to lose”

Unified Heavyweight World Champion Anthony Joshua worked out for the media on Tuesday in Sheffield, England, as the undefeated British sensation continues preparation for his showdown against IBF mandatory challenger…
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WBC champ Srisaket inspires Thai students

By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photos: Maj.Gen.Pongsuk Ma-in

WBC Superfly king Srisaket Sor Rungvisai impressively made an excellent public appearance outside the ring during his visit to the Boxing Boot Camp 2017 for Thailand Deep-South students on last Saturday at Army Stadium Viphavadi, Bangkok, Thailand. This boxing boot camp has held during September 28-October 18 by Ministry of Education, Royal Thai Army and Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, for developing and enhancing Boxing and Muaythai Skills for Thai students from southern border provinces of Thailand (Pattani, Yala, Narathiwas, Songkla and Satun Provinces). The training has been proceeded by famous Thai instructors such as Somrot Kamsing (Muaythai multi-title holder and Olympic 1996 quarter finalist) , Tong Taweekoon (former Thai national amateur boxing Head Coach), Master Amnart Pooksrisuk, and directed by Maj.Gen.Pongsuk Ma-in. Continue reading “WBC champ Srisaket inspires Thai students”

By Damrong Simakajornboon Photos: Maj.Gen.Pongsuk Ma-in WBC Superfly king Srisaket Sor Rungvisai impressively made an excellent public appearance outside the ring during his visit to the Boxing Boot Camp 2017…
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WBC champ Nery takes Nov 4 tune-up bout

WBC bantamweight champion Luis “Pantera” Nery (24-0, 18 KOs) will face Arthur “King” Villanueva (31-2, 17 KOs) in a non-title ten rounder on November 4 at the Estadio Gasmart Bullring in Tijuana, Mexico. Nery won the world title last August in Japan against Shinsuke Yamanaka, but failed a VADA drug test. The WBC in conducting an investigation into the matter.

WBC bantamweight champion Luis “Pantera” Nery (24-0, 18 KOs) will face Arthur “King” Villanueva (31-2, 17 KOs) in a non-title ten rounder on November 4 at the Estadio Gasmart Bullring…
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Saunders-Lemieux lands in Montreal

WBO president Paco Valcárcel has confirmed that WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders (25-0, 12 KOs) and former world champion David Lemieux (38-3, 33 KOs) have reached an agreement and there will be no purse bid this Friday. Lemieux will have home field advantage with the bout reportedly slated to take place December 16 at a venue to be named in Montreal. HBO will televise.

WBO president Paco Valcárcel has confirmed that WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders (25-0, 12 KOs) and former world champion David Lemieux (38-3, 33 KOs) have reached an agreement and…
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Cotto-Ali kickoff press conference

Four-division world champion Miguel Cotto (41-5, 33 KOs) and Sadam “World Kid” Ali (25-1, 14 KOs) hosted a press conference today to formally announce their 12-round fight for Cotto’s WBO world junior middleweight championship. The action will take place at Madison Square Garden, and will be televised live on HBO. Cotto will make his 24th appearance on the network and his 10th showcase at MSG in the final fight of his historic career.

Photo: Matt Easley – Hogan Photos/Golden Boy Promotions

Miguel Cotto: “It’s nice to be back. It is nice to be at this place; it made me the big boxer than I am now. All I can say is that I’m going to Los Angeles tonight to start my training camp. I’m going to do my best with Freddie, as always. I know Sadam Ali will do his best. We are going to bring a good show here on December 2.”

Sadam Ali: “I know I’m the underdog. I know a lot of the media are throwing bad words at me. But if you work hard, you never know what’s going to come. It’s not about the money. It’s about the opportunity. I know if I want to win, I have to come at 100 percent and fight smart. Cotto has tremendous power, so I’m going to fight smart. I’m going to use all of my abilities, my speed, my strength, my feet. I’m ready to shine. For those of you who don’t think I have a chance: all you got to do is wait and see. I promise you that you will see a great fight.”

Four-division world champion Miguel Cotto (41-5, 33 KOs) and Sadam “World Kid” Ali (25-1, 14 KOs) hosted a press conference today to formally announce their 12-round fight for Cotto’s WBO…
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WBA 160lb champ N’Dam impressive in public workout

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Every day there is any schedule of event prior to the world title tripleheader on this coming Sunday. We saw WBA middleweight titleholder Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam, France, show a unique training menu at his public workout today (Tuesday) at the Teiken Gym in the center of Tokyo, Japan.

Spiritually well-guided by Cuban trainer Pedro Diaz, the champ N’Dam, originally hailing from Cameroon, displayed various kinds of training—some being acrobatic and others unique—to stun the press people. The 33-year-old veteran showed them as if he boasts of his capability of beating his challenger Ryota Murata with a variety of skills, which may need 24 rounds or 36 rounds to show all in a fight. Japanese athletes are traditionally excellent in gymnastics, as they are small and quick enough to do physical magic. Should the gymnastics adopt weight system, Hassan N’Dam may be able to gain a medal in the middleweight category of the game since he is so flexible, quick and athletic. Continue reading “WBA 160lb champ N’Dam impressive in public workout”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Every day there is any schedule of event prior to the world title tripleheader on this coming Sunday. We saw WBA middleweight titleholder…
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Confirmed: WBSS Cruiser Final in Saudi Arabia

The World Boxing Super Series Cruiserweight Final will be held in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia in May 2018 following an agreement signed in London between World Boxing Super Series organizer and owner Comosa AG and The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia. The date and venue for the Final will be announced in due time. The Muhammad Ali trophy will be awarded to the winner of the contest in the final stage of the inaugural season of the World Boxing Super Series, which has seen growing worldwide attention and broadcast coverage across more the 60 countries since its launch and Gala Draw in Monaco back in July.

Turki Al-Alsheikh, President of The General Sports Authority: “This agreement is part of our broader commitment and work to develop the sport of boxing in Saudi Arabia. Having the first final of such a high profile and groundbreaking tournament take place in Saudi Arabia is a key milestone for us, and will be one of many major sports events to take place in the Kingdom next year.” Continue reading “Confirmed: WBSS Cruiser Final in Saudi Arabia”

The World Boxing Super Series Cruiserweight Final will be held in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia in May 2018 following an agreement signed in London between World Boxing Super Series organizer…
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Team Sauerland inks new German TV deal

Team Sauerland and Sport1 GmbH have signed a ground-breaking three-year-deal to lift boxing to the next level in Germany. From 2018 onwards, Team Sauerland will exclusively deliver boxing content to SPORT1, Germany`s leading 360° sports platform, which each year will broadcast at least 20 events with German participation and a total of roundly 100 fights live and exclusive on free-TV and its digital platforms.

“Team Sauerland has been continuously on Free to Air Television in Germany since 1992. We are delighted to continue that tradition and provide the sport with a huge free-to-air presence over the next three years,” said promoter Kalle Sauerland. “With a total of at least 60 free-to-air events with German participation until 2020 we now have a perfect platform for our current stars and the next generation of boxing heroes.”

Team Sauerland and Sport1 GmbH have signed a ground-breaking three-year-deal to lift boxing to the next level in Germany. From 2018 onwards, Team Sauerland will exclusively deliver boxing content to…
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Kokkie Olivier dies at 69

By Ron Jackson

Former South African lightweight champion Kokkie Olivier, who fought as a professional from 1968 to 1977, died in Boksburg recently. He was 69. Born Jacobus Andries Olivier on 18 April, 1948, he was a promising amateur and won the lightweight class at the 1966 South African championships. He made his pro debut on 19 February, 1968 with a first round stoppage win over Willie Gerber, who fought under the name of Frankie Bettz. Continue reading “Kokkie Olivier dies at 69”

By Ron Jackson Former South African lightweight champion Kokkie Olivier, who fought as a professional from 1968 to 1977, died in Boksburg recently. He was 69. Born Jacobus Andries Olivier…
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Bobby Cassidy, Sr./Jr. featured at Ring 8

New York State Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Bobby Cassidy, Sr. and his son, Bobby Cassidy, Jr., will be the Ring 8 guest speakers at the October 19th (7p start) meeting at Plattdeutsch Park Restaurant (1132 Hempstead Turnpike) in Franklin Square, New York.

“We are anxiously looking forward to having the Cassidy’s as our guest speakers at the next Ring 8 meeting,” Ring 8 president Jack Hirsch said. “Cassidy Jr. Is one of the most respected boxing journalists in the New York area and his dad is one of the most exciting middleweights of his era.” Continue reading “Bobby Cassidy, Sr./Jr. featured at Ring 8”

New York State Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Bobby Cassidy, Sr. and his son, Bobby Cassidy, Jr., will be the Ring 8 guest speakers at the October 19th (7p start)…
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Trainer: No macho nonsense for Diablo

By Przemek Garczarczyk

There will be two outstanding fighters in the ring and two great coaches, Abel Sanchez and Fiodor Łapin, in their corners, when IBF world champ Murat “Iron” Gassiev (24-0, 17 KO) and former WBC/IBF champ Krzysztof “Diablo” Włodarczyk (53-3, 37 KO) meet in the concluding World Boxing Super Series cruiserweight quarterfinal match this Saturday in Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.

Photo: Ringpolska

Włodarczyk’s coach talks about facing Gassiev and Diablo’s preparation before possibly the defining bout in his career. The October 21 event, promoted by Ringstar Sports in association with World Boxing Super Series, will be broadcast live on AUDIENCE Network. Featured bouts also include Polish contender Mateusz Masternak (39-4, 26 KO) facing once-beaten Stivens Bujaj (16-1, 12 KO) in a WBSS cruiserweight reserve match and exciting, undefeated Polish super welterweight Maciej Sulęcki (25-0, 10 KO) vs. former amateur and world champion Jack Culcay (22-2, 11 KO). Continue reading “Trainer: No macho nonsense for Diablo”

By Przemek Garczarczyk There will be two outstanding fighters in the ring and two great coaches, Abel Sanchez and Fiodor Łapin, in their corners, when IBF world champ Murat “Iron”…
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De Alba-Najera set for Nov 21

Local favorite Frank De Alba (22-2, 9 KOs) will take on Ivan Najera (17-3, 8 KOs) in the ten-round super featherweight main event on Tuesday night, November 21st at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center. In the eight-round co-feature, undefeated Mykal Fox (14-0, 4 KOs) will battle Marlon Aguas (9-1, 6 KOs) in a welterweight bout. Also in an eight-round bout, Victor Vasquez (8-3, 3 KOs) will square off with undefeated Ricardo Garcia (14-0, 9 KOs) in a lightweight fight clash. The nine-bout card is promoted by King’s Promotions.

Local favorite Frank De Alba (22-2, 9 KOs) will take on Ivan Najera (17-3, 8 KOs) in the ten-round super featherweight main event on Tuesday night, November 21st at the…
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Niyazov added to Jacobs-Arias undercard

Undefeated New York City police officer Dimash “Lightning” Niyazov (12-0, 5 KOs) born in Shymkent, Kazakhstan, now residing in Staten Island, NY, will fight in a six-round lightweight bout on the non-televised portion of the Jacobs vs. Arias fight card on Saturday, November 11 at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. “I haven’t fought in NY in a long time,” (August 28, 2015 to be exact) said Dimash. “My most recent fights were out of state and last one overseas. I can’t wait to see all my fans at home. They all have been waiting for me to fight here. It’s time I bring the shine back home, to my friends and fans.

Dimash, as well as Jarrell Miller, is promoted by Dmitriy Salita’s Salita Promotions. The Ukrainian born Salita is a former world title challenger and resides in Brooklyn. Dimash became a member New York City’s finest three years ago and is based in Brooklyn. Continue reading “Niyazov added to Jacobs-Arias undercard”

Undefeated New York City police officer Dimash “Lightning” Niyazov (12-0, 5 KOs) born in Shymkent, Kazakhstan, now residing in Staten Island, NY, will fight in a six-round lightweight bout on…
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Olympian Yoka defeats Rice in Paris

2016 Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Tony Yoka moved to 2-0, 1 KO after going the full six rounds with Los Angeles-based Jonathon Rice (7-3-1, 4 KOs) on Saturday night at the Zenith de Paris in Paris, France. Scores were 60-54, 59-55 and 58-56 all for Yoka.

In another notable bout, welterweight Ahmed El Mousaoui (27-3-1, 6 KOs) unanimously outscored former world champion Carlos Molina (28-8-2, 8 KOs) over ten rounds. Point totals were 98-91, 90-93, 96-93. Continue reading “Olympian Yoka defeats Rice in Paris”

2016 Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Tony Yoka moved to 2-0, 1 KO after going the full six rounds with Los Angeles-based Jonathon Rice (7-3-1, 4 KOs) on Saturday night…
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Pulev out, Takam in for Joshua

Carlos Takam has replaced Kubrat Pulev as the IBF mandatory challenger for Anthony Joshua at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on October 28. Takam is rated at IBF #3 and gets his golden chance after Pulev picked up a shoulder injury in sparring.

“I received a call from Kalle Sauerland late afternoon today to inform me that Pulev had injured his shoulder and may be ruled out of the fight – this was later confirmed by his doctor,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “IBF rules state that the mandatory will go to the next fighter in line which is Carlos Takam. When the Pulev fight was announced I made a deal with Takam’s team to begin camp and be on standby for this fight. Continue reading “Pulev out, Takam in for Joshua”

Carlos Takam has replaced Kubrat Pulev as the IBF mandatory challenger for Anthony Joshua at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on October 28. Takam is rated at IBF #3 and gets…
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Tszyu returns Sunday

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Photo: Team Tszyu

Australian middleweight prospect Tim Tszyu (6-0, 5 KOs), who is the son of boxing legend Kostya Tszyu, will clash with Wade Ryan (14-5, 3 KOs) over ten rounds at Star City Casino, Sydney, NSW on Sunday with the vacant WBC Asian Boxing Council Continental title up for grabs. Tszyu has been impressive in a ten round sparring session with WBA#12 light-heavyweight Trent Broadhurst recently and is a solid favourite over the more experienced Wade Ryan who said. “Growing up he [Kostya Tszyu] was one of my favourite fighters,” Ryan added.

“Just seeing what he’s done for boxing, what he’s achieved, and to get my name thrown out around his young fella’s career and his name, it’s a buzz.”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Photo: Team Tszyu Australian middleweight prospect Tim Tszyu (6-0, 5 KOs), who is the son of boxing legend Kostya Tszyu, will clash with…
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Colonel: Joshua easier foe than Wilder for Parker

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Hall of Fame Broadcaster Colonel Bob Sheridan talked to Fightnews.com® about WBO champion Joseph Parker and his thoughts on possible unification bouts with WBA and IBF champion Anthony Joshua and WBC champion Deontay Wilder and which would be the toughest fight for Parker.

“I agree with Joseph Parker’s trainer Kevin Barry, Wilder would be far more dangerous than Anthony Joshua at the current time.

“I also agree with Kevin, in that Wilder has far more experience than either Joseph or Anthony Joshua. Deontay also has 37 KOs in 38 fights,his chin is solid, his right hand is lethal, he can deliver his power shots from various angles and that makes him even more dangerous. Continue reading “Colonel: Joshua easier foe than Wilder for Parker”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Hall of Fame Broadcaster Colonel Bob Sheridan talked to Fightnews.com® about WBO champion Joseph Parker and his thoughts on possible unification bouts with…
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Ruiz-Montano clash Friday on Telemundo

After all out war between Lozano and Rodriguez in last Friday season opener, BOXEO TELEMUNDO fall season continues this Friday, October 20 from the Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City, Mexico.

The main event will feature Carlos “Fino” Ruiz in a rematch bout against Miguel “Lobo” Montano in a domestic scrap scheduled for 10 rounds with the vacant WBO Latin Jr. Lightweight Title up for grabs. Ruiz, from Mexico City, is a former WBO Latin Champion, he won the belt in Argentina against world ranked contender Raul Centeno and made two title defenses. In his last fight, he lost a local and controversial decision against undefeated Deiner Berrio last December in Cartagena, Colombia and kept his record at 15-3-1, 5 KOs. Montano, also from the capital of Mexico is looking for revenge. On June 21, 2014 he came up short against Ruiz in a slugfest via split decision in 8 rounds. He believes he deserved the victory and have been looking for a rematch ever since. He has lost only once in his last 6 fights, in his last fight September 9 he beat compatriot Virgilio Ramirez by KO in 2 rounds to improve his record to 12-6, 6 KOs. Continue reading “Ruiz-Montano clash Friday on Telemundo”

After all out war between Lozano and Rodriguez in last Friday season opener, BOXEO TELEMUNDO fall season continues this Friday, October 20 from the Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City, Mexico.…
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Challengers Guevara, Masson arrive in Japan

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

The weather in Japan has been inexplicably fluctuating—hot like summer three days ago but cold like winter these two days. A couple of world title challengers arrived in Tokyo on Sunday, and both engaged in a public workout today (Monday) at the Teiken Gym.

WBC#1 light-flyweight and former titleholder Pedro Guevara (30-2-1, 17 KOs) from Mexico said, “I respect the new champion Ken Shiro, but will be victorious to bring back the belt that previously belonged to me to Mexico.” Guevara, an intellectual youngster who plans to be an attorney, seemed to deeply analyze his previous mistake in losing his belt to Yu Kimura via split nod here two years ago and prepare well to win it back. Kimura yielded the WBC belt to Mexican Ganigan Lopez, who forfeited it to Ken Shiro, indicating that the belt changed hands very busily. Continue reading “Challengers Guevara, Masson arrive in Japan”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda The weather in Japan has been inexplicably fluctuating—hot like summer three days ago but cold like winter these two days. A couple of…
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WBA 160lb champ N’Dam arrives in Japan

By Joe Koizumi
Photo by Boxing Beat

WBA middleweight champion Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam arrived in Tokyo, Japan, on Sunday to defend his belt against #1 ranked 2012 Olympic gold medalist Ryota Murata in their grudge fight this coming Sunday. Accompanied by Cuban trainer Pedro Diaz, the Frenchman accepted an interview by Japanese press people upon his arrival.

N’Dam confidently said, “I have been strenuously training to be in superbly tiptop shape. I showed my strength and superiority in our first encounter, and will repeat it again. I hit the canvas last time, and will not have Murata touch me this time. I’ll be untouchable to Murata. I wish to try to finish him. Murata should conquer me, otherwise I’ll keep my belt after fighting twelve rounds.”

This show will be presented by Teiken Promotions.

By Joe Koizumi Photo by Boxing Beat WBA middleweight champion Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam arrived in Tokyo, Japan, on Sunday to defend his belt against #1 ranked 2012 Olympic gold medalist…
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Spence-Peterson on tap for January

IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. has announced that he will make the first defense of his belt against former world champion Lamont Peterson in January 2018 on SHOWTIME on a date and site to be determined. “It’s finally time to defend my title, capture more titles and become the undisputed welterweight champion of the world,” stated Spence. “That’s what I’m ready to do next year.

“[Peterson] is somebody that I looked up to as an amateur. I sparred with him as an amateur and learned a lot from him. He’s one of my favorite fighters and is a guy that will fight anybody. I’ve never known him to duck a fight. Lamont is a tricky fighter. He’s been around the block. He does a lot of cagey, veteran things. I’m looking to get experience in this fight. I’m still a young fighter.”

Spence fought just once in 2017, dethroning Kell Brook for the world title in May.

IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. has announced that he will make the first defense of his belt against former world champion Lamont Peterson in January 2018 on SHOWTIME on…
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Kessler comeback kayoed by tick bite

Mikkel Kessler has been forced to delay his comeback after contracting Lyme Borreliosis – a bacterial infection spread to humans by infected ticks. The former world champion had announced his plans to come out of retirement earlier this year and was expected to make his return to the ring in November.

However, the Danish boxing icon was struck down by a mystery illness whilst in training camp, and was later admitted to hospital where following multiple tests it was revealed that he had Lyme Borreliosis. Continue reading “Kessler comeback kayoed by tick bite”

Mikkel Kessler has been forced to delay his comeback after contracting Lyme Borreliosis – a bacterial infection spread to humans by infected ticks. The former world champion had announced his…
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WBC champs Higa, Ken show good form

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Boxing Beat

Beneath the WBA 160-pound title bout between Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam and Ryota Murata, we will watch a couple of WBC title bouts next Sunday (October 22). WBC flyweight champ Daigo Higa (13-0, 13 KOs) showed his good condition in his public training before press people on Friday before he faces Frenchman Thomas Masson (17-3-1, 5 KOs), four inches taller than the hard-punching titleholder at the Ryogoku Sumo Arena (Kokugikan).

Higa, five years his junior at 22, is favored to retain his belt against the more experienced European ruler due to his superior power punching. Continue reading “WBC champs Higa, Ken show good form”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Boxing Beat Beneath the WBA 160-pound title bout between Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam and Ryota Murata, we will watch a couple of WBC title bouts next…
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Williams Wins Bout In Springfield

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside

In the main event of a Victory Boxing Promotions card at the ABC Sports Complex in Springfield, VA, Washington, DC super bantamweight Daron “Sweet Tay” Williams scored a first-round TKO over Marquis Pierce of Newark, NJ. In his Beltway homecoming, Williams, who fought his first five bouts in Phoenix, AZ, went to work early overpowering Pierce before unleashing a flurry of right hands that forced referee Billy Johnson to stop the contest at 1:46 of the round. Williams remains undefeated with a record of 6-0, three KO’s. Pierce is now 1-12. Continue reading “Williams Wins Bout In Springfield”

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside In the main event of a Victory Boxing Promotions card at the ABC Sports Complex in Springfield, VA, Washington, DC super bantamweight Daron “Sweet…
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Whyte clashes with Helenius October 28

Dillian Whyte will face Robert Helenius for the WBC Silver Heavyweight title at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on October 28. “It’s been a very frustrating few months trying to get someone to fight me,” said Whyte. “I thank Robert for stepping up and in two weeks’ time we will fight for the WBC Silver title in Cardiff. I love to fight and I’m looking forward to being back in the ring, getting the victory and moving on to challenge for the World Heavyweight title.”

“This is a huge fight and I’m excited about fighting the winner of last December’s thriller between Whyte and Chisora,” said Helenius. “Chisora and I were scheduled to fight in May but he ran. To my understanding Dillian is not a runner and he will stand and fight. This is a big fight for the Heavyweight division and may the best man win.” Continue reading “Whyte clashes with Helenius October 28”

Dillian Whyte will face Robert Helenius for the WBC Silver Heavyweight title at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on October 28. “It’s been a very frustrating few months trying to get…
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