Butler joins Matchroom and rematches Hall

Former IBF bantamweight champion Paul Butler has signed a promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing and will face bitter rival Stuart Hall in an eliminator for the WBA world bantamweight title at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on September 30, live on Sky Sports. Butler took the IBF crown from Hall via split decision in May 2014 in Newcastle and now Hall gets the chance to gain revenge in the Ellesmere Port man’s backyard – with a route to the WBA belt that’s in the hands of Jamie McDonnell, who is set for his own rematch with Liborio Solis. Continue reading “Butler joins Matchroom and rematches Hall”

Former IBF bantamweight champion Paul Butler has signed a promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing and will face bitter rival Stuart Hall in an eliminator for the WBA world bantamweight title…
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Full Report: Taguchi-Barrera

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

WBA light-flyweight champ Ryoichi Taguchi (26-2-2, 12 KOs), 108, impressively kept his belt when he positively kept battering mandatory challenger Robert Barrera (18-2, 12 KOs), 108, Colombia, from the outset and finally halted him with the referee’s intervention at 0:24 of the ninth round on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.


Taguchi, making his sixth defense, had the upper hand over the switch-hitting challenger, who occasionally retaliated with light but fast combinations. Taguchi, however, remained more aggressive, pinning Barrera to the ropes with persistent body attacks that apparently weakened the fading Colombian. Continue reading “Full Report: Taguchi-Barrera”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda WBA light-flyweight champ Ryoichi Taguchi (26-2-2, 12 KOs), 108, impressively kept his belt when he positively kept battering mandatory challenger Robert Barrera (18-2,…
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Today’s EBU bids and updates

By Marco Bratusch

At today’s EBU bid that bestowed the right for staging the next, vacant European jr middleweight title between co-challengers Orlando Fiordigiglio (27-1, 12 KOs) and Zakaria Attou (25-6-2, 7 KOs), French boxing promotion Europrom of Gerard Teysseron outbid Italian Boxe Loreni offering the handsome sum of 65,001 Euros against 44,080 Euros, to be split 50/50 between the contenders. The belt became vacant at the beginning of June, when former champion Cedric Vitu – the only winner against Italian Fiordigiglio in 2015 when he won the vacant belt – decided to unfasten it from his waist after becoming the new IBF mandatory challenger. Attou, aged 35 compared with Fiordigilio’s 33, is the former European Union (EU) titlist, a belt he earned in his rematch against Emanuel Della Rosa last September and that he defended once. Europrom will release date and venue of the aforementioned bout in the following weeks. Continue reading “Today’s EBU bids and updates”

By Marco Bratusch At today’s EBU bid that bestowed the right for staging the next, vacant European jr middleweight title between co-challengers Orlando Fiordigiglio (27-1, 12 KOs) and Zakaria Attou…
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Kyoguchi makes history with world title win

By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Naoki Fukuda

Japanese prospect, ex-OPBF titlist Hiroto Kyoguchi (8-0, 6 KOs), 105, captured the IBF mini flyweight belt as he dropped defending champ Jose Argumedo (20-4-1, 12 KOs), 105, in the ninth round to pound out a unanimous decision over twelve rounds on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan. Mike Fitzgerald (US) and Carlos Colon (Puerto Rico) both tallied 116-111, and Masahiro Noda (Japan) saw it 115-112, all in favor of the 23-year-old challenger. The referee was Malik Waleed (US).

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By Joe Koizumi Photos: Naoki Fukuda Japanese prospect, ex-OPBF titlist Hiroto Kyoguchi (8-0, 6 KOs), 105, captured the IBF mini flyweight belt as he dropped defending champ Jose Argumedo (20-4-1,…
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Unbeaten Adames aims to send a message

By Robert Coster

The Dominican Republic’s newest boxing idol is Carlos Adames, a 23-year-old unbeaten welterweight (11-0, 10 KOs) ranked 6th by the WBA. On Wednesday in Santo Domingo, Adames will be facing the biggest challenge of his young career. He will be defending his WBA Fedelatin title against former IBF super welterweight world champion Carlos Molina (28-6-2, 8 KOs) of Mexico. Molina is unbeaten in the past three years since losing his IBF crown and is now ranked WBC #7 and IBF #13 as a welterweight.


Flanked by his promoter/manager Jorge Luis Herasme, Carlos Adames commented, “I know it’s a giant step going against a former world champion and not a has-been but someone on the top of his game like Carlos Molina. I have seen video of his last fight and he’s one heck of a boxer. But I also know that I’m ready. Beating Molina will send a message to everybody in the welterweight division: Carlos Adames is for real and ready to fight the best!” Continue reading “Unbeaten Adames aims to send a message”

By Robert Coster The Dominican Republic’s newest boxing idol is Carlos Adames, a 23-year-old unbeaten welterweight (11-0, 10 KOs) ranked 6th by the WBA. On Wednesday in Santo Domingo, Adames…
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Vidal drops, decisions Blanco for Euro 126lb belt

By Marco Bratusch

Last Friday night at the Pabellòn de Basket of Castellbisbal, Cataluña, Spain, local featherweight Marc Vidal (10-1-4, 4 KOs) won the vacant European title outpointing his countryman Sergio “Maestrito” Blanco (23-4-1, 6 KOs) via split decision after twelve rounds. Scores were 116-111, 114-113 for Vidal, and 114-113 for Blanco. It was a historical night for Spanish boxing as the bout represented the first time ever that two Catalunian fighters squared off for the European title, a crown that was relinquished in June by former title holder Dennis Ceylan. The card was promoted by Ricardo Sanchez Atocha’s Rimer Box. Continue reading “Vidal drops, decisions Blanco for Euro 126lb belt”

By Marco Bratusch Last Friday night at the Pabellòn de Basket of Castellbisbal, Cataluña, Spain, local featherweight Marc Vidal (10-1-4, 4 KOs) won the vacant European title outpointing his countryman…
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Ex-champ De Carolis ready for return

By Marco Bratusch

Former WBA super middleweight title holder Giovanni De Carolis (24-7-1, 12 KOs) will finally have his comeback fight tomorrow night in Rome, taking on Russian Viktor Polyakov (12-1-1, 6 KOs) for the vacant WBA International belt. The bout represents the first fight in De Carolis’ hometown after more than two years, a period that the boxer filled fighting abroad German boxers as Vincent Feigenbutz and Tyron Zeuge, twice respectively. In his last outing, De Carolis left the belt in the hands of Zeuge, current holder of the WBA “regular” title, who won by TKO in round 12.

“That loss is still hurting me. I was not in my best condition. I felt strong physically but my mind was somewhere else due to some personal issues I was experiencing during the last couple of weeks,” De Carolis told Fightnews.com®. “By the way, I do not want to take anything away from my opponent who fought a solid performance, but I could have done way better than that. Fighting in Rome again is a dream for me, and we are working hard to obtain another world title shot soon, this time possibly in my city, of course.” Continue reading “Ex-champ De Carolis ready for return”

By Marco Bratusch Former WBA super middleweight title holder Giovanni De Carolis (24-7-1, 12 KOs) will finally have his comeback fight tomorrow night in Rome, taking on Russian Viktor Polyakov…
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DeeJay wins WBC International title

By Ron Jackson
Photos: Nick Lourens

South Africa’s DeeJay Kriel produced a mature performance to win the vacant WBC International minimumweight title when he scored a 12 round unanimous points decision over Dexter Alimento from the Philippines at the Emperors Casino near Kempton Park on Sunday afternoon. Judge Sylvia Mokaila scored it 117-111 and judges Joe Chaane and Ishmael Koali both handed in cards of 116-112.

The southpaw Alimento (47.40kg) made a fast start as he attacked to the body through the first two rounds but Kriel (47. 15kg) who was having his first title fight and 12 rounder calmly backed off holding his gloves high to absorb anything thrown at him through the next few rounds before he started picking off the Filipino to take the middle rounds. Continue reading “DeeJay wins WBC International title”

By Ron Jackson Photos: Nick Lourens South Africa’s DeeJay Kriel produced a mature performance to win the vacant WBC International minimumweight title when he scored a 12 round unanimous points…
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Wlodarczyk: Nothing to lose, I will not disappoint

By Przemek Garczarczyk

“I was just 25 years old when I became a world champion. Recently, I looked at my first belt, lying somewhere in a utility room … and I liked the feeling. It brought back great memories,” said former IBF/WBC cruiserweight champion Krzysztof Włodarczyk (53-3, 37 KOs). “Diablo” just started his training camp in Warszawa (Poland) before his first World Boxing Super Series fight against current IBF champ, undefeated Murat Gassiev (24-0, 17 KO).

“I have nothing to lose. I will do everything what I can, everything, to not disappoint myself. Whatever happens in the end, it’s God’s will anyway” stated Włodarczyk. The Gassiev-Włodarczyk World Boxing Super Series cruiserweight quarterfinal bout is expected to happen in October at a venue on the US East Coast.

By Przemek Garczarczyk “I was just 25 years old when I became a world champion. Recently, I looked at my first belt, lying somewhere in a utility room … and…
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Kyoguchi beats Argumedo; wins title in only 8th fight

By Joe Koizumi

Japanese prospect, ex-OPBF titlist Hiroto Kyoguchi (8-0, 6 KOs), 105, captured the IBF mini flyweight belt as he dropped defending world champ Jose Argumedo (20-4-1, 12 KOs), 104, Mexico, in the ninth round to earn a unanimous decision over twelve rounds on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.

Mike Fitzgerald (US) and Carlos Colon (Puerto Rico) both tallied 116-111, and Masahiro Noda (Japan) saw it 115-112, all in favor of the 23-year-old chalenger. The referee was Malik Waleed (US). It wasn’t a technically excellent fight at all as they kept missing the target each other, slipped down many times and repeated clinches time and again. Continue reading “Kyoguchi beats Argumedo; wins title in only 8th fight”

By Joe Koizumi Japanese prospect, ex-OPBF titlist Hiroto Kyoguchi (8-0, 6 KOs), 105, captured the IBF mini flyweight belt as he dropped defending world champ Jose Argumedo (20-4-1, 12 KOs),…
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WBA 108lb champ Taguchi stops #1 Barrera

By Joe Koizumi

WBA light-flyweight champ Ryoichi Taguchi (26-2-2, 12 KOs), 108, impressively kept his belt when he positively kept battering mandatory challenger Robert Barrera (18—2, 12 KOs), 108, Colombia, from the outset and finally halted him with the referee’s intervention at 0:24 of the ninth round on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan. Taguchi, making his sixth defense, had the upper hand over the switch-hitting challenger, who occasionally retaliated with light but fast combinations.

Taguchi, however, remained more aggressive, pinning Barrera to the ropes with persistent body attacks that apparently weakened the fading Colombian. Taguchi, in round seven, turned loose to hurt Barrera with furious combinations but the game challenger refused to go down by showing his heart. Having overwhelmed and overpowered Barrera with his accelerated attacks, Taguchi had him in great trouble in the eighth. The referee Russell Mora, US, gave a strong warning to Barrera for his repeated holding to avert the champ’s hot rallies in the closing seconds of the eighth session. As Taguchi went for a kill in round nine, the third man finally called a halt to stop the one-sided proceedings even without a knockdown.

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By Joe Koizumi WBA light-flyweight champ Ryoichi Taguchi (26-2-2, 12 KOs), 108, impressively kept his belt when he positively kept battering mandatory challenger Robert Barrera (18—2, 12 KOs), 108, Colombia,…
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Funai keeps Japanese 115lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Japanese super-flyweight champ Ryuichi Funai (28-7, 19 KOs), 115, kept his national belt by a unanimous technical decision (68-65 twice, 67-66) over mandatory challenger Takayuki Okumoto (18-8-3, 8 KOs), 114.75, from Osaka, because of the champ’s bad bleeding at 1:32 of the seventh round in a scheduled ten on the undercard of a world title twinbill on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.


Funai made his initial defense since dethroning Kenta Nakagawa via seventh round TKO this March, but it wasn’t so easy as he began bleeding profusely from the early stage of the bout. Funai had the southpaw challenger at bay with a flurry of punches in the seventh, when the ref Asao finally decided to take a technical decision after having his gash examined by the ring physician several times.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Japanese super-flyweight champ Ryuichi Funai (28-7, 19 KOs), 115, kept his national belt by a unanimous technical decision (68-65 twice, 67-66) over mandatory…
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Ex-WBA 115lb champ Kono stops Thailander Rambo

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Former WBA super-fly champ Kohei Kono (33-10-1, 14 KOs), 117, made a fine comeback as he dropped Thailand’s Rambo Korat Sports School (13-10-1, 3 KOs), 115.5, twice en route to a well-received stoppage at 1:35 of the fifth round in a scheduled eight beneath a world title doubleheader on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.


Having been demolished by unbeaten WBO titleholder Naoya “Monster” Inoue in six lopsided rounds last December, Kono had been considering whether to go on or not, but returned to ring warfare to show his usual non-stop punching in halting the Thailander with his trademark combinations upstairs and downstairs. It is said Kono will meet WBO top ranked Rex Tso in Hong Kong in October.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Former WBA super-fly champ Kohei Kono (33-10-1, 14 KOs), 117, made a fine comeback as he dropped Thailand’s Rambo Korat Sports School (13-10-1,…
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Ex-champ Gonzalez crushes Rosales in two

Former multi-division world champion Jhonny González (64-10, 54 KOs) demolished previously unbeaten Filipino Jessie “Jimdomar” Rosales (21-1-1, 9 KOs) in the second round on Saturday night in a clash for a WBC regional belt at the Lienzo Charro in Hidalgo Del Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico. The hard-hitting Gonzalez dropped Rosalez with a left hook to the head, then finished him later in the round with a hook to the body. Gonzalez, long one of the most exciting fighters in boxing, is currently rated WBC #5 and is now hoping to land a shot at WBC champ Miguel Berchelt.

Former multi-division world champion Jhonny González (64-10, 54 KOs) demolished previously unbeaten Filipino Jessie “Jimdomar” Rosales (21-1-1, 9 KOs) in the second round on Saturday night in a clash for…
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Dogboe batters and stops Chacon

By David Finger at ringside

For any event that takes place in an outside arena, there is nothing more worrisome then storm clouds in the sky on the afternoon of the fight. And as light rain starting to sprinkle down in Accra, Ghana after an overcast day on Saturday afternoon (July 22nd) there was a legitimate fear with boxing fans in the West African city that a storm would hit. Well, the rain let up and the skies cleared up by the time the event kicked off. But at the end of the show there was no question in anyone’s mind that a storm did in fact touch down in the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra.

Unbeaten WBO #4 junior featherweight Isaac Dogboe Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe (17-0, 11 KOs) scored what was his most dominant performance to date and he dominated Argentina’s two-time world title challenger Javier Chacon (25-4-1, 7 KOs), forcing Chacon’s chief second to stop the fight in the corner after round six. The fight was billed “The Battle to Vegas” and was promoted as an unofficial elimination fight for a shot at WBO junior featherweight champion Jesse Magdaeno. Continue reading “Dogboe batters and stops Chacon”

By David Finger at ringside For any event that takes place in an outside arena, there is nothing more worrisome then storm clouds in the sky on the afternoon of…
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Former Ghanian President meets with boxers

By David Finger

Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings, who remains one of the most popular former heads of state on the African continent, met with both Isaac Dogboe and Javier Chacon on Friday afternoon ahead of their WBO international bantamweight title fight on Saturday, July 22.

Rawlings, a noted boxing enthusiast, listened intently as referee Tony Weeks spoke about the honor of officiating a fight in Ghana. Weeks then presented President Rawlings with a small pair of boxing gloves and a copy of a seminar he had done for officials. Continue reading “Former Ghanian President meets with boxers”

By David Finger Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings, who remains one of the most popular former heads of state on the African continent, met with both Isaac Dogboe and Javier…
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Ex-WBC female 112lb champ becomes a man

By Joe Koizumi

This reporter has been writing on boxing in Japan for more than fifty years since the middle of 1960s, but this news may be the first and last that I report to the world. Extremely astoundingly, former WBC female flyweight champion Go Shindo (16-4, 11 KOs), a transgender at 30, announced on Tuesday (July 18) that Shindo had legally become a man and had his marriage with a girl named Ayuka registered by the government.

Ex-WBC female 112lb champ Go Shindo becomes man, retires from boxing, legally marries a woman (Photo: Boxing Beat)

Shindo, whose passport name was Megumi Hashimoto (a girl’s name), legally changed his name to Go Hashimoto. She, nay he, will submit a letter of retirement to the Japan Boxing Commission (JBC) soon. Continue reading “Ex-WBC female 112lb champ becomes a man”

By Joe Koizumi This reporter has been writing on boxing in Japan for more than fifty years since the middle of 1960s, but this news may be the first and…
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World Title Twinbill in Japan Tomorrow

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

We, in Japan, are in the midst of very hot summer with no less than 35 degrees Centigrade every day, and will see a hotly competitive twinbill with world titles on the line tomorrow (Sunday). WBA light-flyweight champ Ryoichi Taguchi (25-2-2, 11 KOs), Japan, will face mandatory challenger Robert Barrera (18-1, 12 KOs), from Colombia, over twelve rounds at Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo. Also, unbeaten Japanese prospect, former OPBF 105-pound ruler Hiroto Kyoguchi (7-0, 6 KOs) will have an ambitious shot at the IBF mini flyweight belt against Mexican Jose Argumedo (20-3-1, 12 KOs) in the main event.

All successfully made the weight today at the arena — Taguchi and Barrera both scaling at the 108-pound class limit. Argumedo tipped the beam at 104, a pound lighter than the limit, to 105 for Kyoguchi. Continue reading “World Title Twinbill in Japan Tomorrow”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda We, in Japan, are in the midst of very hot summer with no less than 35 degrees Centigrade every day, and will see…
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WBA orders Linares-Campbell

The World Boxing Association (WBA) Championships Committee has ordered the start of negotiations between WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares and the Luke Campbell. Both teams were duly notified and have 30 days, starting July 21st, to reach an agreement or, otherwise, the fight will be called for purse bids.

Linares got his belt last September 2016 when he defeated Anthony Crolla. Since then, he has not had a mandatory fight. According to article 11 of the WBA Rules, a champion must face his mandatory opponent in a period of 9 months, time that expired on June 23rd, 2017. Campbell got the opportunity to fight for a world title after defeating Darleys Perez by TKO in the ninth round last April.

The World Boxing Association (WBA) Championships Committee has ordered the start of negotiations between WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares and the Luke Campbell. Both teams were duly notified and have…
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Dogboe confident at final press conference: I’m always ready

By David Finger

Isaac Dogboe and Javier Chacon took part in a final press conference on Friday at the Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City, Accra, Ghana before today’s fight at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra. Both fighters were respectful but confident as they talked about the upcoming clash.

When asked if he was ready for the fight Isaac Dogboe electrified the crowd with a forceful response. “(I’m the) warrior of Africa! I am always ready!”

Dogboe recognized he was facing off against a world class opponent in Chacon, brother of former WBO featherweight champion Juan Pablo Chacon. Javier Chacon has twice fought for a WBA world title and has won five in a row. But Dogboe nonetheless remained supremely confident and even directed a message to Chacon at the press conference. Continue reading “Dogboe confident at final press conference: I’m always ready”

By David Finger Isaac Dogboe and Javier Chacon took part in a final press conference on Friday at the Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City, Accra, Ghana before today’s fight at…
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WBSS: Briedis-Perez lands in Latvia Sept 30

The World Boxing Super Series has announced that the Riga Arena in Latvia will play host to the cruiserweight quarter-final bout between reigning and defending WBC world champion Mairis Briedis (22-0, 18 KOs) and Mike Perez (22-2-1, 14 KOs) on September 30th. Briedis, one of the cruiserweight tournament’s four seeded fighters, selected Perez as his quarter-final opponent at the live Draft Gala in Monaco on July 8th. Ticket details will be announced shortly.

The World Boxing Super Series has announced that the Riga Arena in Latvia will play host to the cruiserweight quarter-final bout between reigning and defending WBC world champion Mairis Briedis…
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Serrano retains WBO 122lb female title

Photos: Ivan Ojeda/PRBBP

WBO female jr featherweight champion Amanda Serrano (33-1-1, 25 KOs) retained her title with a third round TKO over Edina Kiss (13-5, 5 KOs) on Friday night at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Kiss went down one time in the second round.

In his first fight since an unsuccessful world title challenge in December 2015, jr lightweight Jonathan Oquendo (27-5, 17 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over Orlando Rizo (19-11, 11 KOs). Oquendo won by TKO at :01 of round six when Rizo did not answer the bell for that round. Oquendo sent Rizo to the canvas in round five.

Two-time Puerto Rican Olympian jr featherweight Jeyvier Cintrón (2-0, 1 KO) won by TKO at 2:21 of the second round when the referee stopped the bout after Guillermo Dejeas (7-8-1, 2 KOs) went down.

Three-time Olympian and 2016 Gold medalist Robson Conceicao (4-0, 3 KOs) needed just 52 seconds to finish Bernardo Gómez (18-8, 11 KOs). Gomez was hit with a good punch and stayed on the floor.

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Photos: Ivan Ojeda/PRBBP WBO female jr featherweight champion Amanda Serrano (33-1-1, 25 KOs) retained her title with a third round TKO over Edina Kiss (13-5, 5 KOs) on Friday night…
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Boxing returns tonight to Roswell, NM

By David Finger

Boxing fans in New Mexico will be converging on the city of Roswell tonight when School of Hard Knocks Promotions kicks off “Throwdown in Alien Town,” the first boxing show in Roswell since 2012.

The card will feature popular local journeyman John “Smiley” Herrera (4-17-2, 2 KOs). Herrera takes on Belen, New Mexico’s Gene Perez (1-9-1, 0 KOs) in the main event. The last time Herrera fought in his backyard he was seen as something of a gritty journeyman with a longshot chance at pulling it together to make a run as a regional contender. Herrera capitalized on the opportunity and made sure to leave his local fans satisfied. Smiley scored a devastating knockout over Cristoval Larrazolo, giving Roswell boxing fans a hope that Herrera’s career was about to turn a corner. However, it would not be the case for the likeable Herrera, who would go winless in his next fourteen fights. Continue reading “Boxing returns tonight to Roswell, NM”

By David Finger Boxing fans in New Mexico will be converging on the city of Roswell tonight when School of Hard Knocks Promotions kicks off “Throwdown in Alien Town,” the…
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Moran massacres Rosales

Photos: Pablo Lozano Reyes

Lightweight Antonio “Toño” Moran (22-2, 15 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over late sub “Bronco” Guadalupe Rosales (34-13, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City. Moran dominated the fight from the start. In round two Moran overpowered Rosales knocking him to the canvas. Moran continued to batter Rosales. In round six after a barrage of punches, Morales again dropped to the canvas. The referee decided Rosales had enough and stopped the fight. Time was 2:16. Photos

Photos: Pablo Lozano Reyes Lightweight Antonio “Toño” Moran (22-2, 15 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over late sub “Bronco” Guadalupe Rosales (34-13, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the…
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Weights from Parral, Chihuahua

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Johnny González 126.5 vs. Jessie Rosales 126.5
(WBC Latino super featherweight title)

Michael Rodriguez 159 vs. David Mosquera 158.4
Lindolfo Delgado 136.4 vs. Gerson Aguilar 134.2

Venue: Lienzo Charro Parral, Chihuahua
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo
TV: Televisa (Mexico)

By Gabriel F. Cordero Johnny González 126.5 vs. Jessie Rosales 126.5 (WBC Latino super featherweight title) Michael Rodriguez 159 vs. David Mosquera 158.4 Lindolfo Delgado 136.4 vs. Gerson Aguilar 134.2…
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