Filipino boxers to make history in Fresno

IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas and challenger Jonas Sultan faced off over the weekend at a meet and greet with the Filipino community at the Filipino Cultural Center in Los Angeles. Their fight on Saturday will be the first world title bout between two Filipino fighters in 93 years (when Pancho Villa defended the world flyweight title against Clever Sencio on May 2, 1925 in Manila).

Photo: Jhay Oh Otamias/Top Rank

But Ancajas-Sultan will not take place in the Philippines. Instead it’s part of a world title doubleheader at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California.

In the co-feature, WBA super flyweight champion Kal Yafai will make the third defense of his title against David Carmona. American viewers can see both bouts via live stream on ESPN+.

IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas and challenger Jonas Sultan faced off over the weekend at a meet and greet with the Filipino community at the Filipino Cultural Center in…
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Brubaker-Nurse Clash Thursday

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former Commonwealth welterweight challenger Jack “Gelignite” Brubaker (13-3-1, 7 KOs) will clash with Englishman Tyrone Nurse (35-3-2, 7 KOs) over twelve rounds in a Commonwealth final eliminator in Johnny Lewis Boxing Series at the Star Casino in Sydney, New South Wales Australia on Thursday.

Nurse is coming off a twelve round points loss to WBO #4 Jack Catterall in a British super lightweight title bout in 2017. Sydney-based Brubaker suffered a cut eye six round technical decision loss to Kris George in a Commonwealth welterweight title bout in 2017. Brubaker’s best win was in Japan in 2016 defeating Suyon Takayama to capture the Orient and Pacific Boxing Federation title.

Promoter Paul Nasari, matchmaker Chris Carman.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former Commonwealth welterweight challenger Jack “Gelignite” Brubaker (13-3-1, 7 KOs) will clash with Englishman Tyrone Nurse (35-3-2, 7 KOs) over twelve rounds in…
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Pierre headlines card in Haiti on Thursday

By Robert Coster

An attractive boxing card billed as “Fightnight One” is being offered to boxing fans in Haiti this coming Thursday with battlers coming from Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico and Panama. WBA #1 lightweight contender Evens Pierre (29-1, 19 KOs) is facing hard punching Dominican Francisco Contreras (31-8, 24 KOs) over 10 rounds. Pierre, a local idol in Haiti, has just renounced the WBA Fedelatin title he had held for over four years.

Says promoter Jacques Deschamps, “Evens is knocking on the door of a world title fight but he cannot look past Contreras, a tall, long-armed puncher.” Continue reading “Pierre headlines card in Haiti on Thursday”

By Robert Coster An attractive boxing card billed as “Fightnight One” is being offered to boxing fans in Haiti this coming Thursday with battlers coming from Haiti, the Dominican Republic,…
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Tyson Fury opponent named: Sefer Seferi

Tyson Fury will face Sefer Seferi over ten rounds in his highly-anticipated June 9 comeback fight. The former WBA, WBO and IBF Heavyweight World Champion will end an exile of over two-and-a-half years when he fights at the Manchester Arena for the first time in his career.

‘Gypsy King’ Fury looks in incredible shape, having lost a remarkable seven stone since teaming up with new trainer Ben Davison.

Albania’s Seferi holds a record of 23 wins from 24 fights, with 21 of his wins coming by way of knockout. His sole career loss came against WBA Heavyweight World Champion Manuel Charr, when he was outpointed over ten rounds. Continue reading “Tyson Fury opponent named: Sefer Seferi”

Tyson Fury will face Sefer Seferi over ten rounds in his highly-anticipated June 9 comeback fight. The former WBA, WBO and IBF Heavyweight World Champion will end an exile of…
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Diego Magdaleno wins in Mexico

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Two-time world title challenger Diego Magdaleno (30-2, 13 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Emmanuel “Peligro” Herrera (4-4, 0 KOs) in a lightweight bout at the Poliforum in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. It was Magdaleno’s first bout since an October 2016 win over Art Hovhannisyan.

WBC #14 featherweight Andres “Jaguar” Gutierrez beat veteran Juan José “Piquet” Martinez over eight rounds by totals of 77-75, 78-74 and 78-74.

In other action, local lightweight Joseph “Diamante” Aguirre moved to 20-0 with a ten round decision over former contender Jairo ‘Doberman’ Lopez. Scores were 98-92, 100-90 and 100-90.

In the main event, WBC female light flyweight champion Esmeralda Moreno retained her title with a ten round draw against Yesenia Gómez. Scores were 95-95, 93-97 and 95-95.

By Gabriel F. Cordero Two-time world title challenger Diego Magdaleno (30-2, 13 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Emmanuel “Peligro” Herrera (4-4, 0 KOs) in a lightweight bout at…
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Russell-Diaz: Full Report

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Photos: Mike Greenhill

Capitol Heights, MD’s “Mr.” Gary Russell, Jr. successfully defended his WBC Featherweight Championship with a unanimous decision over a very game and very tough Joseph “Jo Jo” Diaz, Jr. of South El Monte, CA in front of a packed and partisan crowd at MGM National Harbor Casino in Oxon Hill, MD. Continue reading “Russell-Diaz: Full Report”

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside Photos: Mike Greenhill Capitol Heights, MD’s “Mr.” Gary Russell, Jr. successfully defended his WBC Featherweight Championship with a unanimous decision over a very game…
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Jack suggests Floyd-envy may cost him

“I thought I definitely won the fight,” said former two-division world champion Badou Jack, who drew for the fourth time in his career Saturday night. “No judge had him (Adonis Stevenson) winning. I have no idea why I can’t get a decision. It could be that they’re jealous of Floyd (Mayweather) and don’t like him. I’m one of his top fighters. I can’t do anything about it. I’m not the judge. I have to respect their decision.”

Jack does seem to have an ally in Showtime announcer Al Bernstein, who stated during the telecast that referee Ian John-Lewis is biased.

“I thought I definitely won the fight,” said former two-division world champion Badou Jack, who drew for the fourth time in his career Saturday night. “No judge had him (Adonis…
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Budler dethrones WBA/IBF 108lb champ Taguchi by hairline decision

By Joe Koizumi

South African Hekkie Budler (32-3, 10 KOs), 108, upset WBA/IBF 108-pound champ Ryoichi Taguchi (27-3-2, 12 KOs), 108, as he took the leadoff in earlier rounds, withstood the champ’s retaliation in later rounds and survived a knockdown in the final session to be awarded a hairline unanimous decision (all 114-113) over twelve hard-fought rounds on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.

The lanky and much taller Taguchi, making his eighth defense of the WBA belt and his initial defense of the IBF title, was a prefight favorite, but Budler, ex-WBA 105-pound ruler, was in command with his shifty mobility and quick combinations in the first half. Taguchi, a slower starter, turned loose from the sixth on, but Budler gamely responded to the champ’s retaliation although the tide turned in Taguchi’s favor in later rounds.

The final session witnessed Taguchi floor Budler with a solid countering left hook, but the referee Samuel Williams erroneously called it a slip. After the round was over, there happened a great roar against the third man’s mistake. With the obvious proof repeatedly shown on the big screen in the arena, the WBA and IBF supervisors had to accept the correction from a slip to a knockdown, and it was announced to see the audience’s joy. The close verdict, however, went to the challenger from South Africa to the crowd’s disappointment.

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By Joe Koizumi South African Hekkie Budler (32-3, 10 KOs), 108, upset WBA/IBF 108-pound champ Ryoichi Taguchi (27-3-2, 12 KOs), 108, as he took the leadoff in earlier rounds, withstood…
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Kyoguchi survives a knockdown, keeps IBF 105lb belt

By Joe Koizumi

Unbeaten IBF mini-flyweight champ Hiroto Kyoguchi (10-0, 7 KOs), 105, kept his belt as he came off the canvas in the third session, controlled the remainder of the bout with his aggressiveness and pounded out a unanimous decision (all 117-110) over previously undefeated Filipino Vince Poras (13-1, 11 KOs), 105, over twelve speedy rounds in Tokyo, Japan.

Kyoguchi, a prohibitive favorite, was in command in almost all rounds except in round three, when Poras caught the scrappy titlist with a solid left hook to the temple, sending him sprawling to the canvas. It wasn’t a damaging knockdown but a surprise for Kyoguchi, who, from then on, persistently and patiently threw more jabs to carefully dominate the action. The champ had the Filipino challenger at bay in the tenth, but Poras refused to go down and showed his heart and durability.

(More to come)

By Joe Koizumi Unbeaten IBF mini-flyweight champ Hiroto Kyoguchi (10-0, 7 KOs), 105, kept his belt as he came off the canvas in the third session, controlled the remainder of…
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Paz defeats Omar Chavez

Photos: Zanfer Promotions

Omar “Businessman” Chavez (27-5-1, 24 KOs) was outworked by Argentinean Jose Carlos “Puro” Paz (22-7-1, 12 KOs) over ten rounds on Saturday night at the Palenque Fenadu in Durango, Mexico.

Omar’s father, ring legend Julio Cesar Chavez, said this week he was tired of the criticism his boxing sons receive and urged Omar to win impressively or quit boxing, but it was another passive performance by Chavez and a deserved win by Paz. Scores were 97-93, 97-94, 97-94.

“El Gran Campeon’s” other son, former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., is expected to return to the ring in July or August at super middleweight.

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Photos: Zanfer Promotions Omar “Businessman” Chavez (27-5-1, 24 KOs) was outworked by Argentinean Jose Carlos “Puro” Paz (22-7-1, 12 KOs) over ten rounds on Saturday night at the Palenque Fenadu…
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Niko Hernandez Quick Quotes

By Bill Green

For a fighter who just picked up a world title, moments after you dropped Kanalas with short combination the second time…you had an unusual frown on your face. Were you in fact disappointed that there was no more fight left in him?

Hernandez: Ya, I mean…I trained for 12 rounds. We busted our butts, I was a bit surprised but afterwards…I was like I’m a world champion so (laughing) I guess it’s all good. Continue reading “Niko Hernandez Quick Quotes”

By Bill Green For a fighter who just picked up a world title, moments after you dropped Kanalas with short combination the second time…you had an unusual frown on your…
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Stevenson and Jack battle to a draw

WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson (29-1-1, 24 KOs) and former two-division world champion Badou Jack “The Ripper” (21-1-4, 13 KOs) battled to a twelve round draw on Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

The 40-year-old Stevenson dominated the first six rounds. Jack came on down the stretch as Stevenson wore down. Scores were 114-114, 115-113 Jack, 114-114. Stevenson retains his title.

It was a bout filled with momentum swings. Jack was the busier and more accurate fighter. While Stevenson took the early rounds, the challenger turned it on in round number seven and dominated the champion in the second half of the fight. In rounds seven through ten, Jack out landed Stevenson 114-40. Continue reading “Stevenson and Jack battle to a draw”

WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson (29-1-1, 24 KOs) and former two-division world champion Badou Jack “The Ripper” (21-1-4, 13 KOs) battled to a twelve round draw on Saturday…
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Matias stops Estrella, remains unbeaten

Hot Puerto Rican super lightweight prospect Subriel Matias (10-0, 10 KOs) from the Maternillo neighborhood of Fajardo, won by technical knockout in the fifth round over Mexican Adrián Estrella (28-2, 24 KO’s) in combat held at the park Pedro ‘Perucho’ Cepeda in Cataño as part of the event promoted by Fresh Productions Boxing.

Photo: Ricky Quiles

In the first two rounds, Estrella was able to establish his boxing, but entering the third round, the Puerto Rican began to throw an accurate jab that led him to combine more shots to take the round. Continue reading “Matias stops Estrella, remains unbeaten”

Hot Puerto Rican super lightweight prospect Subriel Matias (10-0, 10 KOs) from the Maternillo neighborhood of Fajardo, won by technical knockout in the fifth round over Mexican Adrián Estrella (28-2,…
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Russell beats Diaz to retain WBC 126lb belt

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Photos: Mike Greenhill

WBC featherweight champion “Mister” Gary Russell Jr (29-1, 17 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Olympian Joseph Diaz Jr (26-1, 14 KOs) at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland.

Good action fight. Diaz applied a lot of pressure, but Russell’s blinding handspeed and workrate propelled him to a 115-113, 117-111, 117-111. Continue reading “Russell beats Diaz to retain WBC 126lb belt”

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside Photos: Mike Greenhill WBC featherweight champion “Mister” Gary Russell Jr (29-1, 17 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over previously…
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Undercard Results from Toronto

WBC #11 heavyweight Oscar “Kaboom” Rivas (24-0, 17 KOs) pounded out a ten round unanimous decision over Herve Hubeaux (29-3, 14 KOs) in a clash for the NABF title on Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.. Scores were 100-90, 100-90, 99-91.

Formerly world rated welterweight contender Mikael Zewski (31-1, 22 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Diego Gonzalo Luque (21-6-1, 10 KOs). Scores were 100-89, 99-90 and 99-90.

Local welterweight Kane Heron (11-0-1, 5 KOs) and Mexico’s Ivan “Zurdo” Alvarez (27-9-1, 17 KOs) battled to an eight round draw. Scores were 76-76, 76-76 and 78-74 Alvarez).

Popular Albanian heavyweight Kristian Prenga (8-1, 8 KOs) stopped Ricardo Humberto Ramirez (14-5, 11 KOs) in the third round.

2016 Olympian middleweight Christian M’Billi (10-0, 10 KOs) halted Marcos Jesus Cornejo (19-3, 18 KOs) in round three.

WBC #11 heavyweight Oscar “Kaboom” Rivas (24-0, 17 KOs) pounded out a ten round unanimous decision over Herve Hubeaux (29-3, 14 KOs) in a clash for the NABF title on…
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Hernandez smokes Kanalas in one

By Bill Green

2016 Bronze medalist and undefeated Flyweight prospect Niko Hernandez, thrilled his legion of fans as he silenced Hungarian Szilveszter “The Silent Assassin” Kanalas with a thrilling 1st round TKO 2:52.

Hall of Fame referee, Steve Smoger, waved off the action as midway into the first pinned Kanalas along the ropes and landed his trademark double left hook to the body and head dropping the outgunned Hungarian. Kanalas would barely beat the count and moments later chants of Nico and Nico surfaced and the hometown hero delivered with another crippling body shot followed by a short counter that once again dropped Kanalas this time alongside the other side of the ropes. Hernandez becomes the first World champion in Kansas history as picks up the IBA flyweight championship. Continue reading “Hernandez smokes Kanalas in one”

By Bill Green 2016 Bronze medalist and undefeated Flyweight prospect Niko Hernandez, thrilled his legion of fans as he silenced Hungarian Szilveszter “The Silent Assassin” Kanalas with a thrilling 1st…
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Boschiero wins EU title in Italy

Former European super featherweight champion and IBF #6 Devis Boschiero (46-5-1, 21 KOs) dethroned previously undefeated Farouk Kourbanov (15-1, 3 KOs) by twelve round unanimous decision moments ago at the famed Teatro Principe in Milan, Italy.

On the undercard welterweight KO artist Maxim Prodan (14-0-1, 14 KOs) kept his undefeated record, knocking out former European Union champion Gyorgy Mizsei Jr in round three and IBF #10 and WBC #14 super welterweight contender Orlando Fiordigiglio (28-2, 13 KOs) beat Ferenc Hafner by TKO in round three.

OPI Since 82 (Salvatore, Alessandro and Christian Cherchi) promoted the show with Sportitalia televising live in Italy and Fightklub televising in Poland.

Former European super featherweight champion and IBF #6 Devis Boschiero (46-5-1, 21 KOs) dethroned previously undefeated Farouk Kourbanov (15-1, 3 KOs) by twelve round unanimous decision moments ago at the…
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Undercard results from Oxon Hill, Maryland

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside

Richmond, VA super middleweight “The Chosen One” Immanuwel Aleem has scored a TKO at the end of the sixth round over Juan de Angel of Barranquilla, Colombia. Aleem was able to keep the pressure on de Angel throughout the contest. De Angel was able to land shots occasionally but none did any damage to Aleem. Finally, de Angel decided he could not come out for the seventh round. Aleem is now 18-1-1, 11 KO’s. De Angel drops to 20-9-1, 18 KO’s.

Junior welterweight Antuanne Russell made short work of Wilmer Rodriguez of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, stopping him late in the first round. Russell dropped Rodriguez twice in the bout, first with a right hand and then with a left-right combination. Eventually, the bout was stopped at 2:54 of the first. Russell remains perfect at 6-0, six KO’s while Rodriguez falls to 9-3, seven KO’s.

In the first bout to go the distance, undefeated Clinton, MD super featherweight Cobia “The Soldier” Breedy scored a relatively easy six-round unanimous decision over Christopher Martin of Chula Vista, CA. Breedy showed solid offensive skills as he kept Martin continually off balance. Breedy would win by shutout (60-54) on all three judges’s scorecards. Breedy is now 11-0, four KO’s while Martin drops to 30-10-3, 10 KO’s.

Antonio “Another” Russell put on a punishing performance en route to a fifth-round TKO over Jonathan Lecona of Mexico City, Mexico. The Capital Heights, MD native scored three knockdowns during the bout before referee Bill Clancy stopped the bout at 16 seconds of the fifth round. Russell remains undefeated at 11-0, nine KO’s. Lecona is 17-20-4, six KO’s.

Alexandria, VA super welterweight Brandon “Bulldog” Quarles scored a fifth-round TKO over Fidel Monterrosa of Barranquilla, Colombia. Quarles, a former middleweight, saw his power increase throughout the contest as he wore down the game Monterrosa. Eventually, Quarles was able to put on enough pressure to force referee Dave Braslow to stop the bout at 2:01 of the fifth round. Quarles’s record rises to 19-4-1, 10 KO’s while Monterrosa falls to 38-18-1, 30 KO’s.

In the opening bout at MGM National Harbor Casino in Oxon Hill, MD, super middleweight RReuben Simmons of Lynchburg, VA won the contest at the end of the first round when his opponent, Ayron Davis of Wytheville, VA could not answer the bell for the second round. Douglas picked up the pace midway through the first and somehow caused a cut on the top of Davis’s head.

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside Richmond, VA super middleweight “The Chosen One” Immanuwel Aleem has scored a TKO at the end of the sixth round over Juan de Angel…
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Moloney Brothers victorious

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Photos: Team Maloney

WBA #4, IBF #11 bantamweight Jason Maloney (17-0, 14 KOs) forced a four round stoppage of former world champion Kohei Kono (33-12-1, 14 KOs) of Japan, at the Malvern Town Hall in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Saturday. The ringside doctor ruled cut eye suffered by Kono too severe to continue at the conclusion of round six of a scheduled twelve round WBA Oceania title bout.

WBC #5, WBA #5, IBF #5, WBO #11 super flyweight Andrew Moloney (17-0, 10 KOs) outpointed Filipino Richard Claveras (18-4-2, 15 KOs) over ten rounds with the WBA Oceania title up for grabs. Moloney controlled the contest in most of the rounds to win by scores of 99-91, 98-91, 98-91. Continue reading “Moloney Brothers victorious”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBA #4, IBF #11 bantamweight Jason Maloney (17-0, 14 KOs) forced a four round stoppage of former world champion Kohei Kono (33-12-1, 14…
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Warrington dethrones IBF feather champ Selby

Undefeated featherweight Josh Warrington (27-0, 6 KOs) dethroned IBF featherweight world champion Lee Selby (26-2, 9 KOs) by twelve round split decision on Saturday night at the Elland Road Football Ground in Leeds, England. The aggressive local favorite Warrington outworked Selby, who was cut over both eyes and bled profusely from round two on. Scores were 115-113 Selby, 115-113, 116-112 Warrington.

Undefeated featherweight Josh Warrington (27-0, 6 KOs) dethroned IBF featherweight world champion Lee Selby (26-2, 9 KOs) by twelve round split decision on Saturday night at the Elland Road Football…
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Pacquiao thanks fight saboteurs for extra publicity

Photos: MP Promotions / Wendell Alinea

With the arrival of strength and conditioning coach Justine Fortune Friday, Manny Pacquiao’s training shifted to higher gear as he prepares for the all-important fight of his life opposite WBA champion Lucas Matthysse on July 15. Pacquiao, also the promoter of the mega-fight, dispelled rumors that there might even be a possibility of a postponement of this battle which he is treating with utmost concern and pride.

“We are shifting our training to higher gear now with less than two months before the fight,” said Pacquiao, who like Matthysse, is deep in training for their monumental clash at the posh Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading “Pacquiao thanks fight saboteurs for extra publicity”

Photos: MP Promotions / Wendell Alinea With the arrival of strength and conditioning coach Justine Fortune Friday, Manny Pacquiao’s training shifted to higher gear as he prepares for the all-important…
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Taguchi, Budler, Kyoguchi, Paras make weight

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Ryoichi Taguchi 108 vs. Hekkie Budler 108
(WBA/IBF light-flyweight title bout)

Hiroto Kyoguchi 105 vs. Vince Paras 105
(IBF mini flyweight title bout)

Promoter: Watanabe Promotions
Fight Venue: Ota-city General Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Ryoichi Taguchi 108 vs. Hekkie Budler 108 (WBA/IBF light-flyweight title bout) Hiroto Kyoguchi 105 vs. Vince Paras 105 (IBF mini flyweight title bout)…
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Dharry defeats Mojica

Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions, in association with the New Mexican Promotions, returned to New York on Friday night, bringing a loaded roster of action fights to Club Amazura in Jamaica, Queens, NY.

In the main event, local bantamweight Elton Dharry (23-5-1, 14 KOs) got past a very game Oscar Mojica (11-5, 1 KO) of Dallas, Texas, for a ten-round unanimous decision. Continue reading “Dharry defeats Mojica”

Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions, in association with the New Mexican Promotions, returned to New York on Friday night, bringing a loaded roster of action fights to Club Amazura in Jamaica,…
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Stevenson-Jack/Russell-Diaz: Final Words

Adonis Stevenson vs. Badou Jack
(WBC light heavyweight title)
Referee: Ian John-Lewis (England)
Judges: Guido Cavalleri (Italy), Jesse Reyes (Texas), Eric Marlinski (New York)

Adonis Stevenson: “Anything he brings, I will be ready. I will get the job done. This will not go 12 rounds. I just need one punch, only one.”

Badou Jack: “I’m just going to go in there and be smart and win the fight. I have no nerves, I’m just excited. I felt he was nervous; you could feel it. He’s finally in against a real fighter. He hasn’t fought anyone top-notch since 2013.”

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Gary Russell Jr. vs. JoJo Diaz
(WBC featherweight title)
Referee: Kenny Chevalier (Maryland)
Judges: David Braslow (Maryland), Dave Moretti (Nevada), Nathan Palmer (Indiana)

Gary Russell Jr: “I feel as though I am the best fighter in the division, hands down. JoJo Diaz has stated that. I feel that I shouldn’t be going the distance with anybody. If I do, I’ll be disappointed in myself. We ain’t going 12.”

JoJo Diaz: “I’m going to break down Gary Russell physically and mentally. I’ll be the champion come Saturday night.”

Adonis Stevenson vs. Badou Jack (WBC light heavyweight title) Referee: Ian John-Lewis (England) Judges: Guido Cavalleri (Italy), Jesse Reyes (Texas), Eric Marlinski (New York) Adonis Stevenson: “Anything he brings, I…
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Frampton picks Selby over Warrington

Carl Frampton has picked Lee Selby to defend his title against Josh Warrington tonight but warns the Welshman it may be for the last time. Selby puts his IBF featherweight belt on the line against Warrington in front of the challenger’s home crowd at Elland Road. Frampton, who defeated Nonito Donaire in April, has been widely tipped to face the winner of the bout and will be in attendance to assess his prospective opponents.

Frampton said: “I’m just training away. Ticking over. Plodding along. I’m looking forward to seeing Selby and Warrington fight. I’m going over there and I’ll be ringside to see it all first hand. Continue reading “Frampton picks Selby over Warrington”

Carl Frampton has picked Lee Selby to defend his title against Josh Warrington tonight but warns the Welshman it may be for the last time. Selby puts his IBF featherweight…
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