Dominican Prospect Almonte Fights Feb 24

By Robert Coster

Boxing is back in Santiago, Dominican Republic. On February 24th, Cruz and Rodriguez Boxing Promotion are presenting an interesting 12 bout card at the Nanni Marrero Coliseum. The main event has hot Dominican prospect Junior Almonte (7-0, 5 KOs) facing countryman Rafael Rodriguez (11-1, 7 KOs) for the WBC bantamweight Fecarbox title.

Photo: Francisco Aybar

The very popular 23-year-old Almonte was an amateur standout (over 400 fights) with victories over three Olympians. The lanky boxer-puncher, standing 5’9″, is definitely one to be followed. Continue reading “Dominican Prospect Almonte Fights Feb 24”

By Robert Coster Boxing is back in Santiago, Dominican Republic. On February 24th, Cruz and Rodriguez Boxing Promotion are presenting an interesting 12 bout card at the Nanni Marrero Coliseum.…
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Horn: Liam Paro will be the key to victory

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will have unbeaten Liam Paro as his chief sparring partner for his April 14 bout against Terrence Crawford at Madison Square Garden in New York. “Liam’s a really slick boxer, very clever,” Horn told Grantlee Kieza. “He’s an awkward southpaw and Crawford fights a lot from a southpaw stance so I’m preparing against both left-handed and right-handed fighters.” Paro (12-0, 8 KOs) also helped Horn prepare for last July’s fight with Manny Pacquiao.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will have unbeaten Liam Paro as his chief sparring partner for his April 14 bout against Terrence Crawford…
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Warren hooks up with IMG for global TV

Hall of Fame Boxing Promoter Frank Warren has announced that global sports giant IMG have been appointed as his exclusive global distribution partner for future boxing events. The deal will see the sports media heavyweight exclusively representing Frank Warren’s broadcast rights in all territories except the UK and North America. Continue reading “Warren hooks up with IMG for global TV”

Hall of Fame Boxing Promoter Frank Warren has announced that global sports giant IMG have been appointed as his exclusive global distribution partner for future boxing events. The deal will…
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Weights from Bethlehem, PA

Mykal Fox 141.8 vs. Ricardo Garcia 142.1
Kermit Cintron 153.7 vs. Marquis Taylor 153.8
Colby Madison 247 vs. Dante Selby 230.1
Blake Mansfield 162.4 vs. Darryl Bunting 163
Michael Coffie 269.3 vs. Nicoy Clarke 206.8
Juan Sanchez 125.5 vs. Sergio Aguilar 123
Kendall Cannida 175.1 vs. Leroy Jones 174.5
Martino Jules 127.1 vs. Malik Loften 125.8

Venue: Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, PA
Promoter: King’s Promotions
Tickets: $50, $75 and $100

Mykal Fox 141.8 vs. Ricardo Garcia 142.1 Kermit Cintron 153.7 vs. Marquis Taylor 153.8 Colby Madison 247 vs. Dante Selby 230.1 Blake Mansfield 162.4 vs. Darryl Bunting 163 Michael Coffie…
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Barrios-Bernardo on Sho-Extreme March 10

Undefeated 140-pound contender and San Antonio-native Mario Barrios will face Eudy Bernardo in a 10-round bout on SHOWTIME BOXING on SHO EXTREME Saturday, March 10 from Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio.

The SHO EXTREME telecast begins live at 8 p.m. ET/PT and features undefeated Alejandro Luna facing former world title challenger Richard Commey in a 12-round IBF Lightweight Title Eliminator. The IBF champion is Robert Easter, who Commey fought to close-split decision for the vacant IBF belt in 2016. Continue reading “Barrios-Bernardo on Sho-Extreme March 10”

Undefeated 140-pound contender and San Antonio-native Mario Barrios will face Eudy Bernardo in a 10-round bout on SHOWTIME BOXING on SHO EXTREME Saturday, March 10 from Freeman Coliseum in San…
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Postol injured, Indongo steps in vs. Prograis

Undefeated 140-pound contender Regis Prograis will now face former unified world champion Julius Indongo for the vacant Interim WBC Super Lightweight World Championship on Friday, March 9, in the 12-round main event of SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION live on SHOWTIME at 10 p.m. ET/PT from Deadwood Mountain Grand in Deadwood, South Dakota.

Indongo replaces the previously announced Viktor Postol, who was forced to withdraw from the bout with a hand injury.

Born in Namibia and now fighting out of Omaha, NE, Indongo (22-1, 11 KOs) is a former unified champion who held the IBF and WBA 140-pound titles. Continue reading “Postol injured, Indongo steps in vs. Prograis”

Undefeated 140-pound contender Regis Prograis will now face former unified world champion Julius Indongo for the vacant Interim WBC Super Lightweight World Championship on Friday, March 9, in the 12-round…
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Olympians added to 2018 Telemundo opener

Promoter Tuto Zabala Jr. of All Star Boxing, Inc announced today that Olympians Antonio Vargas (5-0-3 KO’s) of Kissimmee, Florida and Jeyvier Cintron (2-0-1 KO) of Bayamon, Puerto Rico have been added to the undercard for the 2018 Boxeo Telemundo’s season premiere on February 23rd at the Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida.

Antonio Vargas who represented USA in Rio on 2016 is coming off a spectacular win over undefeated prospect Jonathan Garza last November in Kissimmee. Vargas looks to continue climbing when faces he Luis Fernando Saavedra for 6rds. Continue reading “Olympians added to 2018 Telemundo opener”

Promoter Tuto Zabala Jr. of All Star Boxing, Inc announced today that Olympians Antonio Vargas (5-0-3 KO’s) of Kissimmee, Florida and Jeyvier Cintron (2-0-1 KO) of Bayamon, Puerto Rico have…
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Burnett to give up IBF belt, defend WBA belt

Unified WBA/IBF bantamweight champion Ryan Burnett will defend his WBA “super” title against Yonfrez Parejo at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on March 31. Burnett added the WBA crown to his IBF belt in a unification clash with Zhanat Zhakiyanov in his hometown of Belfast in October, following hot off the heels of his masterclass against Lee Haskins in June to rip the IBF crown from the Bristolian to become World champion.

After claiming the WBA strap, Burnett had two mandatories due and will now meet Venezuelan Parejo on the undercard of Anthony Joshua’s Heavyweight unification blockbuster against Joseph Parker in the Welsh capital. Continue reading “Burnett to give up IBF belt, defend WBA belt”

Unified WBA/IBF bantamweight champion Ryan Burnett will defend his WBA “super” title against Yonfrez Parejo at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on March 31. Burnett added the WBA crown to his…
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Saulong revs up for Iwasa

By Nick Giongco

Filipino challenger Ernesto Saulong is upbeat about his chances of dethroning Japanese champion Ryosuke Iwasa in their International Boxing Federation (IBF) super-bantamweight title showdown on March 1 in Tokyo.

Ernesto Saulong of the Philippines (Center) poses with reigning world champ Jerwin Ancajas and chief trainer Joven Jimenez.

Fighting under the stable of Laguna businessman Ariel Araja and trained by fast-rising cornerman Joven Jimenez, Saulong, ranked 13th, believes he can score an upset and silence the crowd at the fabled Kokugikan Sumo Arena, the same site where Gerry Penalosa had captured a world title 21 years ago.

“We’ve been carefully studying Iwasa’a fights on video,” said Saulong (21-2-1 with eight KOs) in Pilipino from the Survival Camp in Magallanes, Cavite. Continue reading “Saulong revs up for Iwasa”

By Nick Giongco Filipino challenger Ernesto Saulong is upbeat about his chances of dethroning Japanese champion Ryosuke Iwasa in their International Boxing Federation (IBF) super-bantamweight title showdown on March 1…
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Dirrell-Uzcategui rematch added March 3

Top super middleweight contender Andre Dirrell clashes with hard-hitting Jose Uzcategui in a rematch for the IBF Interim 168-pound world title live on SHOWTIME Saturday, March 3 from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center as part of a tripleheader presented by Premier Boxing Champions.

The hotly contested first match between Dirrell and Uzcategui, which was also for the IBF interim world title, ended in controversy after Uzcategui was disqualified for landing a punch after the bell sounded to end the eighth round. Dirrell was dropped and knocked out by the punch. The referee ruled that the punch was intentional and disqualified Uzcategui. A Dirrell cornerman then sucker-punched Uzcategui after the fight. Continue reading “Dirrell-Uzcategui rematch added March 3”

Top super middleweight contender Andre Dirrell clashes with hard-hitting Jose Uzcategui in a rematch for the IBF Interim 168-pound world title live on SHOWTIME Saturday, March 3 from Brooklyn’s Barclays…
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Wilder says he’ll stop Ortiz within 3 rounds

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he will get undefeated challenger Luis Ortiz out of there within three rounds when they meet on Showtime March 3 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. “People ask me the round and I always see threes,” said Wilder. “This year is a magical year. It’s the year of the 33. So, I see threes everywhere. I see three rounds or less, maybe shorter than that. It all depends on how I feel when I see him.”

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

While he was at it, Wilder also made a prediction on Joshua-Parker. “I’ve always said ‘later rounds’. I see that fight going later rounds if Joseph Parker is smart in what he does. He has nice movement and is able to execute on all of the opportunities that he sees with Joshua. Because Joshua can’t move his head. He’s a muscle, body-building type of guy. You’ve seen my dance? [chuckles] With that, if he’s able to calculate what he needs to do in the ring – because the ring has a lot of secrets – if he’s able to do things he needs to do, I see late rounds. But, like I said before, I think they’re going to have to knock Joshua out because they’re not going to give it to him.”

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he will get undefeated challenger Luis Ortiz out of there within three rounds when they meet on Showtime March 3 at Barclays Center in…
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The 12th Round: Happy 55th Anniversary WBC!

By Mauricio Sulaiman
WBC President – Jose Sulaiman’s son

The WBC is celebrating its 55 anniversary this coming Tuesday February 14. It has been a great journey from that founding moment back in 1963, when the then President of Mexico, Adolfo Lopez Mateos organized a world boxing summit with the most influential governing authorities of the sport from around the world. New York, California, Nevada, BBBC from UK, European Boxing Union, Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation and a few others met in Mexico City and the World Boxing Council was born.

We can take pride that boxing today is much different from those days and it’s in great part due to the relentless work performed by many members of the WBC by leading research programs, implementing new rules and procedures and always remaining active for the betterment of the sport, but most importantly for the safety of the fighters. Continue reading “The 12th Round: Happy 55th Anniversary WBC!”

By Mauricio Sulaiman WBC President – Jose Sulaiman’s son The WBC is celebrating its 55 anniversary this coming Tuesday February 14. It has been a great journey from that founding…
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Popeye sinks Cobb, stays unbeaten

He is what he is and that’s all that he is. Undefeated prospect Richard “Popeye The Sailor Man” Rivera finished off Kevin “The New England Bully” Cobbs in the third round, punctuating the night with an lethal uppercut that landed right on the button, headlining last night’s “New England’s Future 5” card, presented by Rivera Promotions Entertainment, at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Photo: Bonesprostudios

The 27-year-old Rivera (6-0, 5 KOs) fought once again in front of his large, traveling fanbase from Hartford, CT, capturing the vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) light heavyweight title in dramatic fashion. The charismatic Hartford boxer ended his third consecutive match with what has become his trademark right-uppercut. Continue reading “Popeye sinks Cobb, stays unbeaten”

He is what he is and that’s all that he is. Undefeated prospect Richard “Popeye The Sailor Man” Rivera finished off Kevin “The New England Bully” Cobbs in the third…
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Cave & Dilmaghani win, summer showdown on tap

Boxing returned to Ontario, Canada Saturday night with another full entertaining fight card put on by quickly rising young Toronto native and businessman Lee Baxter (Lee Baxter Promotions). The card took place at the 17 Steakhouse, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

Photo: Jeff Lockhart

The event was highlighted by former world title challenger Tyson Cave (31-3, 13 KOs) and hot prospect Alex Dilmaghani (17-1, 6 KOs) both winning in separate bouts. There has been build up for some time now for a super featherweight showdown between the two for this summer. Continue reading “Cave & Dilmaghani win, summer showdown on tap”

Boxing returned to Ontario, Canada Saturday night with another full entertaining fight card put on by quickly rising young Toronto native and businessman Lee Baxter (Lee Baxter Promotions). The card…
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Grant a big hit at Paulie Ayala’s Parkinson’s fundraiser

By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Emerico Perez

Once again former 2x world champion Paulie Ayala and his Punching out Parkinson’s annual fundraiser – Meet the Champs VI – was a knockout event Saturday night at The Fort Worth Club in Fort Worth, Texas.

Punching out Parkinson’s or POP as it is known is the brainchild of Ayala where Ayala created a boxing infused non-contact workout to help individuals inflicted with the dreaded disease, a long term degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that mainly impacts motor skills, and that to date has no cure. Ayala runs 10 classes per week ranging from 60-100 members at any given time. Continue reading “Grant a big hit at Paulie Ayala’s Parkinson’s fundraiser”

By Jeff Zimmerman Photos: Emerico Perez Once again former 2x world champion Paulie Ayala and his Punching out Parkinson’s annual fundraiser – Meet the Champs VI – was a knockout…
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Avni Yildirim vs. Derek Edwards on March 3 in Germany

Promoter Ahmet Oner presents WBC triple header

Turkish super middleweight contender Avni Yildirim (17-1) will be back in action on March 3 at Sartory Halls in Cologne, Germany. The hard-hitting “Mr. Robot” takes on US veteran Derek Edwards (27-7-1) in a WBC International Championship bout.
It is Yildirim’s second fight after suffering his first career loss in the World Boxing Super Series quarterfinal against Chris Eubank jr.
“I think Edwards is a good test for Avni”, says promoter Ahmer Oner. “Edwards stopped Badou Jack a couple of years ago so Avni should not underestimate him.”
Yildirim sees the fight as a chance to prove that the loss against Eubank jr. didn’t break him but only made him stronger. “I know what I did wrong against Eubank and I will definitely not make the same mistakes again”, says Yildirim. “I have to stay focused and fight as good as I can. I am still young and have a lot to learn. Every fight and every experience helps me on my way to the top.”
In the co-feature, unbeaten power puncher Marek Jedrzejewski (13-0) faces Robert Tlatlik (20-1) for the vacant WBC Silver International lightweight championship. Both contenders have Polish roots but live in and fight out of Germany.
The third title fight of the night features local hero Yusuf Kanguel (14-2-1) in a ten-round super middleweight bout for the WBC Mediterranean Championship against Sladan Janjanin (23-1) from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“I am happy to promote in Cologne and I expect a great night of boxing”, states Oner. “We will have a dozen fights with many promising prospects such as heavyweight contender Hamdi Al Zein, former Olympian Serge Michel or Emre Cukur.”
Doors open at 5pm, the main event is scheduled for 10pm. Sky will broadcast the event live in Germany starting at 7pm. Other international broadcasters include TV 8,5 in Turkey.

Promoter Ahmet Oner presents WBC triple header Turkish super middleweight contender Avni Yildirim (17-1) will be back in action on March 3 at Sartory Halls in Cologne, Germany. The hard-hitting…
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Berchelt retains WBC super feather belt

Photos: Sumio Yamada

WBC super featherweight champion Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt (33-1, 29 KOs) scored a brutal third round TKO over challenger Maxwell Awuku (44-4-1, 30 KOs) to retain his title on Saturday at the Oasis Arena in Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Hometown favorite Berchelt dropped Awaku twice in round three, then got the stoppage with his follow-up barrage. Time was 2:43.

“I feel very happy and satisfied,” said Berchelt afterward. “This is a very special night for me. I fulfilled a dream I had as a child…I didn’t feel a punch and from the first knockdown knew I would knock him out.” He added that he wants the big names in the division for his next fight and wants to unify the title. Continue reading “Berchelt retains WBC super feather belt”

Photos: Sumio Yamada WBC super featherweight champion Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt (33-1, 29 KOs) scored a brutal third round TKO over challenger Maxwell Awuku (44-4-1, 30 KOs) to retain his title…
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Lundy defeats Corley in Philly

By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com

In the main event at Philadelphia’s 2300 Arena, local lightweight Hamerin’ Hank Lundy, 29-6-1, 14 KOs, won an 8-round unanimous decision over ancient but still-dangerous former world champ DeMarcus “Chop Chop” Corley, 50-29-1, 28 KOs, of DC.

The fight featured consistent action, but it was Lundy who did most of the chopping on this night. After splitting the first two rounds, Lundy went on a roll, banked round after round, and even dropped Corley in the fourth. After eight, Lundy took the decision by scores of 78-73 and 79-72 twice. Continue reading “Lundy defeats Corley in Philly”

By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com In the main event at Philadelphia’s 2300 Arena, local lightweight Hamerin’ Hank Lundy, 29-6-1, 14 KOs, won an 8-round…
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Padilla remains unbeaten

By David Robinett at ringside

World Fighting Championships (WFC), a promotional outfit based in Las Vegas, returned to Rancho Mirage, California, on Saturday night with its WFC 83 event featuring both professional and amateur boxing, before 1,600 fans at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort. In the main event, local featherweight Javier Padilla (5-0-1, 5 KOs) remained unbeaten with a second-round stoppage of Joseph Cole (1-5, 1 KO) in a scheduled four-round contest. Padilla, trained by renowned Southern California-based trainer Joel Diaz, conceded the first round to Cole, allowing the Louisiana invader to circle him in the center of the ring, biding his time while repeatedly eating Cole’s left jab. In round two though Padilla unleashed his right hand, clubbing Cole several times with it during the round before an overhand right dropped Cole to his knees. Cole was able to beat the count but the very next punch that landed was another overhand right by Padilla, which caused Cole to do a silly dance with only the ropes keeping him up. Referee Wayne Hedgepeth immediately jumped in to wave the fight over, with the official time of the stoppage at 2:53 of round two. Continue reading “Padilla remains unbeaten”

By David Robinett at ringside World Fighting Championships (WFC), a promotional outfit based in Las Vegas, returned to Rancho Mirage, California, on Saturday night with its WFC 83 event featuring…
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WBC #1 Mickey Roman victorious

By Gabriel F. Cordero

WBC #1 super featherweight Miguel “Mickey” Román (59-12, 46 KOs) easily dominated Arístides Pérez (31-11-2, 17 KOs) before knocking him out at 2:36 of the round fourth at the Nery Santos Municipal Gym in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, to defend his regional WBC belt and remain the mandatory challenger of WBC champion Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt, who was also victorious on Saturday night. Roman was coming off a KO win in December over future Hall of Famer Orlando Salido.

Local female super flyweight favorite Diana “Bonita” Fernandez (17-2, 4 KOs) scored a stunning eighth round knockout over Noemi “NoNo” Bosques (11-11-3, 2 KOs). Fernandez sent Bosques to the canvas twice forcing the fight to stopped.

Olympic super lightweight prospect Lindolfo Delgado (3-0, 3 KOs) halted local Héctor Mendoza (5-13-3, 1 KO) in three.

By Gabriel F. Cordero WBC #1 super featherweight Miguel “Mickey” Román (59-12, 46 KOs) easily dominated Arístides Pérez (31-11-2, 17 KOs) before knocking him out at 2:36 of the round…
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Sanchez Throws Shutout

By Jim Jenkins, courtesy Sacramento Bee

Setting a drumbeat pace with a punishing lead right hand, crowd favorite Alan Sanchez (20-3-1) of nearby Fairfield continued his strong presence in the welterweight division with a lopsided win over Ramses Agaton (20-7-3) of Mexico City in their main event Saturday night at Cache Creek Casino Resort in Brooks, Calif. Minus a knockdown, Sanchez still took all eight rounds convincingly on the judges’ cards, prompting promoters Don Chargin and Paco Damian to ponder a bigger stage for their Northern California prospect. Continue reading “Sanchez Throws Shutout”

By Jim Jenkins, courtesy Sacramento Bee Setting a drumbeat pace with a punishing lead right hand, crowd favorite Alan Sanchez (20-3-1) of nearby Fairfield continued his strong presence in the…
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Olympian Nico Hernandez still unbeaten

By Bill Green at ringside

In the main event, 2016 Bronze Medalist, Nico Hernandez, thrilled his “Legion of Boom” hometown crowd, by capturing the vacant IBA Flyweight title.

Photo: Tony Schock, GS Memorymaker

As the bell rang to start the first, chants of Nico….Nico filled the air. Hernandez wouldn’t waste any time as he unleashed a powerful Tyson-esque body attack, that bruised and battered the sides/midsection displaying redness all over the body of the California challenger. Hernandez showed a little bit of everything as he switched to southpaw at times, used his jab, slipped and countered all the while displaying his trademark power that captured USA fans back in 2016 to fall in love with the Kansas native. Chants of Nico, Nico continued and Hernandez simply was like a shark stalking his prey, circling, firing and ultimately pouncing on Torres in rd five. Hall of Famer Steve Smoger had no choice to halt the fight and rescue the brave and short noticed replacement fighter Torres, who simply was taking too much punishment. Hernandez picks up the IBA vacant Flyweight title with a brutal and impressive 5th round TKO. Time of the stoppage was :55 in round 5. Wichita clearly has something special in Hernandez.

More details to come on a potential May return. Continue reading “Olympian Nico Hernandez still unbeaten”

By Bill Green at ringside In the main event, 2016 Bronze Medalist, Nico Hernandez, thrilled his “Legion of Boom” hometown crowd, by capturing the vacant IBA Flyweight title. As the…
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Wilder: No fear of bogeyman Ortiz

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he has no fear of facing undefeated challenger Luis Ortiz, who he collides with March 3 live on SHOWTIME. “This is one of the biggest fights of my career and I’m up for the challenge. I’m going to pass with flying colors,” promised Wilder.

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

“Ortiz has got that reputation of being the bogeyman but I’ve never been scared of the bogeyman. For that reason, I wanted him. A lot of people have been avoiding him, even champions that are champions to this day have avoided Luis Ortiz. But this champion right here took on the opportunity. Continue reading “Wilder: No fear of bogeyman Ortiz”

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he has no fear of facing undefeated challenger Luis Ortiz, who he collides with March 3 live on SHOWTIME. “This is one of the…
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Barrera: After Ward, Bivol my toughest challenge

Top light heavyweight contender Sullivan Barrera is working hard in the second half of his training camp for his March 3rd HBO televised clash against WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden. The 35-year-old former Cuban amateur standout has been on a run. After losing a unanimous decision to the now-retired Andre Ward, Barrera has put together a four-fight win streak against the likes of Vyacheslav Shabranskyy, Paul Parker, Joe Smith Jr. and Felix Valera.

“Bivol is a great fighter. He will be the second best fighter I have faced and second only to Andre Ward,” said Barrera. “He has a great amateur pedigree and has been knocking out the majority of his opponents. I know I need to bring my ‘A’ game to beat him.” Continue reading “Barrera: After Ward, Bivol my toughest challenge”

Top light heavyweight contender Sullivan Barrera is working hard in the second half of his training camp for his March 3rd HBO televised clash against WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry…
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Charr-Oquendo in Chicago?

As reported yesterday, Pow Sport Entertainment Inc., on behalf of Fres Oquendo, won the purse bid against the Global Sport Management team that represented Manuel Charr to win the right to promote the fight for the World Boxing Association (WBA) world heavyweight title. The tentative fight dates proposed by the Oquendo team are May 4th in Chicago or May 28th in Puerto Rico. Charr is the current champion of the division, winning the title last November against Alexander Ustinov. The work teams of both boxers have 20 days to submit the fight contract to the WBA Championships Committee, as indicated by the body’s regulations.

As reported yesterday, Pow Sport Entertainment Inc., on behalf of Fres Oquendo, won the purse bid against the Global Sport Management team that represented Manuel Charr to win the right…
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