Spadafora to take bare-knuckle fight?

Former IBF lightweight champion Paul Spadafora has apparently signed on to compete in what is being billed as the first legal, regulated, and sanctioned bare-knuckle event in the United States since 1889. The 42-year-old Spadafora (49-1-1, 19 KOs) hasn’t fought since 2014. The $29.95 PPV event, held under the auspices of the Wyoming Combative Sports Commission, will take place June 2 at the Cheyenne Ice & Events Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming. 12 bare-knuckle bouts are scheduled and “The Pittsburgh Kid” is listed as one of the participants.

Other boxers competing include 44-year-old heavyweight Bobby Gunn (21-7-1, 18 KOs), who is coming off a 2017 loss to Roy Jones Jr., and unbeaten Missouri heavyweight Sam Shewmaker (3-0, 0 KOs). Gunn has previous experience as a bare-knuckle fighter, and he lays claim to being the lineal bare-knuckle boxing heavyweight champion.

Former IBF lightweight champion Paul Spadafora has apparently signed on to compete in what is being billed as the first legal, regulated, and sanctioned bare-knuckle event in the United States…
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Golovkin-Martirosyan undercard unveiled

Boxing’s only undisputed world champion Cecilia Braekhus (32-0, 9 KOs) will defend her female welterweight crown against former WBC middleweight champion Kali Reis (13-6-1, 4 KOs) in the HBO-televised Golovkin-Martirosyan co-feature on May 5 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. This will mark the first time a women’s bout will be shown live on HBO.

The non-televised undercard features undefeated super lightweight Ryan “Blue Chip” Martin (21-0, 12 KOs) against Breidis Prescott (31-12, 22 KOs) in a 10-rounder, and former amateur star Brian Ceballo (1-0, 1 KO) in a four-round welterweight bout.

“From top to bottom this is a card worthy of Cinco De Mayo and the knowledgeable fight fans who regularly pack StubHub Center,” said promoter Tom Loeffler. “…is it any wonder that everyone is referring to May 5 at StubHub Center as boxing’s Cinco De Mayo headquarters?”

Boxing’s only undisputed world champion Cecilia Braekhus (32-0, 9 KOs) will defend her female welterweight crown against former WBC middleweight champion Kali Reis (13-6-1, 4 KOs) in the HBO-televised Golovkin-Martirosyan…
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Loma: Not a big problem to be smaller

Here is what boxing superstar Vasyl Lomachenko has to say about WBA) lightweight champion Jorge ‘El Niño de Oro’ Linares, who he challenges May 12 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Lomachenko is moving up from 130 pounds to challenge Linares.

On Fighting Jorge Linares…

“I wanted to go up to the next weight category, 135 pounds, and fight only champions. Jorge Linares was available for this moment. That’s why I wanted a fight with him. I was asked if I wanted to fight Linares. It took me less than two seconds to accept the challenge.”

On Linares’ Size and Strength…

“For me, it’s a big challenge because before this fight, I fought against guys who were the same size or a little bit smaller than me. Now, I want to feel the way Rigondeaux felt when he fought me. He was smaller than I at that point. I’m going to be smaller than my opponents now. I want to show people it’s not a big problem, that five pounds isn’t too big of a difference.”

On Linares’ Pre-Fight Trash Talk…

“I like it. Before the fight, all boxers talk trash, but after the fight, nobody comes to the press conference. After this fight, I want to see Jorge Linares at the press conference, and I want to hear what he has to say.”

Here is what boxing superstar Vasyl Lomachenko has to say about WBA) lightweight champion Jorge ‘El Niño de Oro’ Linares, who he challenges May 12 at Madison Square Garden in…
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Fury credits Wilder diss for comeback

At a press conference today in Manchester, former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury credited WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder for inspiring his comeback.

“Really, it was Deontay Wilder who spurred me on and gave me the ambition to return,” Fury stated. “He said I couldn’t do it, definitely not, Tyson Fury is done. I was walking along the canal with my dog at the time and I thought ‘I’m a fat pig look at the state of me.’ I felt like jumping in the canal and drowning. I thought I will turn this around and come back and knock him out! …I believe I could tie one hand behind my back and beat AJ and Wilder, as well.”

Fury will return on June 9 in his first bout since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. No opponent has been named.

At a press conference today in Manchester, former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury credited WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder for inspiring his comeback. “Really, it was Deontay Wilder who spurred me…
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Vargas: I’m ready to beat Hovhannisyan

By Gabriel F. Cordero

WBC super bantamweight champion Rey Vargas (31-0, 22 KOs) discussed his upcoming defense against Azat “Crazy A” Hovhannisyan (14-2, 11 KOs) on May 12 at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, NY. The 27-year-old champion is currently training at the famed Romanza Gym in Mexico City, Mexico, under the supervision of Hall of Fame Trainer Ignacio “Nacho” Beristaín, along with Oscar Ortiz and Fabian and Emilio Ramirez.

Photo: Prensa Promociones del Pueblo

“I know that Hovhannisyan has some experience fighting against Mexicans, but not all of us are the same. I know how to box and brawl. It’s going to be an interesting fight because he’s a brawler who knows how to move when he decides to. We also can’t take away the fact that he has a lot of power. It’s interesting that we have fought a similar opponent [Ronny Rios]. He knocked him out in six rounds, while I defeated him by unanimous decision. Because of that there may be some doubts, but I’ll make things clear May 12.”

By Gabriel F. Cordero WBC super bantamweight champion Rey Vargas (31-0, 22 KOs) discussed his upcoming defense against Azat “Crazy A” Hovhannisyan (14-2, 11 KOs) on May 12 at Turning…
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Wilder-Joshua: $50 million offer on the table?

Deontay Wilder to Anthony Joshua: Mate! “I sent this personally this time just so there’s no miscommunication. Tell Eddie Hearn to let you personally check his email this time. BTW I sent your manager Rob McCracken the email as well. I’m looking forward to our meeting in the ring.” The email reportedly contains a $50 million offer.

Deontay Wilder to Anthony Joshua: Mate! “I sent this personally this time just so there’s no miscommunication. Tell Eddie Hearn to let you personally check his email this time. BTW…
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Golovkin: I no longer think about Canelo

“I’m glad to be back in the ring and giving a fight to my fans,” said WBA, WBC, and for now IBF middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin during a workout this week. “I’m happy that Cinco De Mayo will still have boxing. It’s good for the sport. I want to stay active. I’d like to fight four or five times every year…when my fight with Canelo was canceled I never stopped training. I wanted a fight on Cinco De Mayo. I stayed in Big Bear working hard with Abel hoping I’d still be able to have a fight.

Photo: Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/GGG Promotions

“Canelo? Right now he’s over. Do I want to have the rematch in September? We’ll see. It’s a different deal. The boxing business is crazy. I’ll fight Canelo again. Ask him if he wants to fight me. I no longer think about Canelo. I’m only focused on this fight.”

“I’m still comfortable at 160 pounds. There are no big money fights at 168 pounds and besides, I’m small at 160. I only ask for fights. I want more big fights. Huge fights. Title unification fights. I want to stay champion. It should be a clean sport. That’s important to me.”

“I’m glad to be back in the ring and giving a fight to my fans,” said WBA, WBC, and for now IBF middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin during a workout…
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WBC welter tourney to be streamed live

Evander Holyfield’s The Real Deal Boxing has announced that the highly anticipated opening round of ‘The Jose Sulaiman World Invitational Welterweight Tournament’, set for Friday will be streamed live and free of charge on the SportsLIVE OTT service, available online and via mobile and Roku apps, starting at 7:00 p.m. ET. The event will emanate from the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, KY.

The lineup:

Felix Diaz vs. Francisco Santana
Chris Van Heerden vs. Timo Schwarzkopf
Fredrick Lawson vs. Baishanbo Nasiywula
Brad Solomon vs. Paddy Gallagher

All bouts are scheduled for ten rounds.

Evander Holyfield’s The Real Deal Boxing has announced that the highly anticipated opening round of ‘The Jose Sulaiman World Invitational Welterweight Tournament’, set for Friday will be streamed live and…
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Russell, Jr., Diaz, Jr. Kickoff Press Conference

By Gary “Digital” Williams

WBC Featherweight champion “Mr.” Gary Russell, Jr. and undefeated number one contender Joseph “Jo Jo” Diaz met for the first time as they officially announced their championship bout that will be held on Saturday, May 19th at the MGM National Harbor Casino in Oxon Hill, MD.

During the press conference, which was held at the Tap Sports Bar inside the casino, both men were very confident of victory.

Photo: Rosie Cohe/Showtime

First, the champion: “I’m one of the most dangerous fighters on the planet. Speed, power, ring IQ, we can get ugly if we need to. I don’t plan on going 12 rounds. I’m not going the distance with anybody for the remainder of my career. Mark my words.” Continue reading “Russell, Jr., Diaz, Jr. Kickoff Press Conference”

By Gary “Digital” Williams WBC Featherweight champion “Mr.” Gary Russell, Jr. and undefeated number one contender Joseph “Jo Jo” Diaz met for the first time as they officially announced their…
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Jennings-Dawejko Media Day in Philly

Report/Photos: John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com

Anticipation for the biggest Philly fight card in years surged on Tuesday when Bryant Jennings, Joey Dawejko, and others featured on Saturday night’s show held a media day workout for fans and press at the Joe Hand Boxing Gym in Philadelphia.

Both Jennings and Dawejko train outside Philly – Bryant in Florida and Joey in California – so this was the first chance for the people to catch a glimpse of the heavyweights. Also participating in the media day were super middleweight Jesse Hart, bantamweight Christian Carto and junior lightweight Joseph Adorno. Continue reading “Jennings-Dawejko Media Day in Philly”

Report/Photos: John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Anticipation for the biggest Philly fight card in years surged on Tuesday when Bryant Jennings, Joey Dawejko, and others featured on Saturday night’s show held…
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Lomachenko blasts foes for quitting

Boxing superstar Vasyl ‘Hi-Tech’ Lomachenko hosted a media workout Tuesday at the Boxing Laboratory as he prepares to challenge World Boxing Association (WBA) lightweight champion Jorge ‘El Niño de Oro’ Linares, May 12 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Lomachenko (10-1, 8 KOs), a former two-weight world champion, is moving up from 130 pounds to challenge Linares, who has not tasted defeat since 2012.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Four straight opponents (Guillermo Rigondeaux, Miguel Marriaga, Jason Sosa and Nicholas Walters) have quit on their stools after being outclassed by Loma and he doesn’t like it. “It’s not good for me. It’s not good for boxing,” he said. “Boxing, it’s a war. It’s a very, very brutal sport, and if you come in the ring, then you need to be willing to die in the ring. If you can’t die, you’re out.”

Boxing superstar Vasyl ‘Hi-Tech’ Lomachenko hosted a media workout Tuesday at the Boxing Laboratory as he prepares to challenge World Boxing Association (WBA) lightweight champion Jorge ‘El Niño de Oro’…
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Suspended Cuadras enters rehab

Former WBC flyweight champion Carlos Cuadras has been temporarily suspended by the WBC and has entered a rehabilitation program for drug and alcohol abuse. Cuadras has voluntarily entered the program with the intention to eradicate once and for all his unfortunate addiction to certain unnamed recreational drugs and alcohol.

Mauricio Sulaiman, WBC President spoke at length with Cuadras and expressed the WBC’s absolute support during this process. “Carlos Cuadras admitted that fame, glory and money, which come from success in the ring, haunted him and he slowly became weak to the temptations and peer pressure from his pseudo friends,” he said. Continue reading “Suspended Cuadras enters rehab”

Former WBC flyweight champion Carlos Cuadras has been temporarily suspended by the WBC and has entered a rehabilitation program for drug and alcohol abuse. Cuadras has voluntarily entered the program…
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Fresno hosts Ancajas-Sultan

By Nick Giongco

The mandatory defense of Jerwin Ancajas of the IBF super-flyweight title against Jonas Sultan, the first all-Filipino world title fight in almost a century, will take place at the Selland Arena in Fresno, California, according to Top Rank head Bob Arum. Las Vegas had earlier been considered but the Hall of Fame promoter finally decided that Fresno, the main city in the Central Valley region of California between San Francisco and Los Angeles, will be the venue of the historic match.

If Ancajas gets past Sultan, Arum will line him up against Kal Yafai, the WBA champion, in a unification battle in the late summer or early in the fall. Of course, Yafai will only get the chance to test Ancajas if he retains his title on the undercard of the Ancajas headliner.

By Nick Giongco The mandatory defense of Jerwin Ancajas of the IBF super-flyweight title against Jonas Sultan, the first all-Filipino world title fight in almost a century, will take place…
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Oscar: Canelo’s gonna freaking wail on GGG

By TMZSports.com

We already told you Gennady Golovkin’s camp was targeting a rematch with Canelo Alvarez for September … and now Oscar De La Hoya has confirmed that’s the plan. The Golden Boy touched down in NYC where we asked all about his #1 fighter and the alleged tainted Mexican beef that led to a positive PED test, ruining plans for a May 5 rematch with GGG.

“Canelo is getting really the short end of the stick here because obviously he’s a popular fighter and a lot of people are gonna hate on him,” Oscar says. “But he’s been one of the cleanest fighters I’ve known. He’s passed numerous of tests, and you know … it was very unfortunate.” Continue reading “Oscar: Canelo’s gonna freaking wail on GGG”

By TMZSports.com We already told you Gennady Golovkin’s camp was targeting a rematch with Canelo Alvarez for September … and now Oscar De La Hoya has confirmed that’s the plan.…
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Dogboe: Magdaleno the worst champion ever

By David Finger

For many Americans on the East Coast and around the Gulf of Mexico, there is a recognition that hurricane season is fast approaching. And as every meteorologist will tell you, almost every hurricane that hits the United States starts off as a storm off the coast of West Africa.

Photo: David Finger

Well, if the rumors about interim WBO junior featherweight champion Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe (17-0, 11 KOs) are true, hurricane season may come early this year. The Royal Storm is set to touch down in Philadelphia on April 28th when he takes on undefeated WBO junior featherweight champion Jessie Magdaleno (25-0, 18 KOs) in an intriguing battle of champions.

But although the two undefeated champions were once cordial to each other, with Isaac considering Jessie as a friend, there is no question today that there is no love loss between the two men now. The bad blood between the two men started back in February when Magdaleno posted a picture on his Instagram page of him holding a mop in the boxing ring with Isaac Dogboe’s head at the end of the mop. Continue reading “Dogboe: Magdaleno the worst champion ever”

By David Finger For many Americans on the East Coast and around the Gulf of Mexico, there is a recognition that hurricane season is fast approaching. And as every meteorologist…
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Pinoy Pride 44 set for June 9 in Maasin City

Ala Promotions has announced “Pinoy Pride 44” taking place June 9 at the Maasin City Gym in Maasin City, Philippines. The headliner is a twelve round WBO Intercontinental jr. featherweight clash between “Prince” Albert Pagara (29-1, 20 KOs) and Laryea Gabriel Odoi (20-3-2, 14 KOs). The co-feature is a WBO Oriental jr. featherweight twelve-rounder between JEO “Santino” Santisima (15-2, 13 KOs) and Likit Chane (16-5, 10 KOs). Jason “El Nino” Pagara (40-3-1, 25 KOs) meets Geisler Ap (12-10-1, 9 KOs) in a ten round welterweight scrap. Continue reading “Pinoy Pride 44 set for June 9 in Maasin City”

Ala Promotions has announced “Pinoy Pride 44” taking place June 9 at the Maasin City Gym in Maasin City, Philippines. The headliner is a twelve round WBO Intercontinental jr. featherweight…
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Lomachenko looks sharp in workout

Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Vasiliy “Hi-Tech” Lomachenko met the media for an open workout on Tuesday at the Boxing Laboratory in Oxnard, California.

Lomachenko, a two-weight world champion, will challenge Jorge “El Niño de Oro” Linares for the World Boxing Association (WBA) lightweight title on May 12, at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

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Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Vasiliy “Hi-Tech” Lomachenko met the media for an open workout on Tuesday at the Boxing Laboratory in Oxnard, California. Lomachenko, a two-weight world champion, will challenge…
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Ono beats WBO #9 Hirai, wins vacant Japanese 105lb belt

By Joe Koizumi

35-year-old southpaw veteran Shin Ono (22-9-3, 5 KOs) surprisingly acquired the vacant Japanese 105-pound belt when he outhustled WBO#9 Ryoki Hirai (10-5-1, 4 KOs) to earn a unanimous decision (97-92, 97-94, 96-95) over ten hard-fought rounds on Sunday in Kobe, Japan.

Photo: Boxing Beat

In a twilight of his long career Ono, formerly two-time world challenger and OPBF minimum ruler, displayed his ringwise performance in outworking the less experienced local favorite, earning a valuable victory. Ono was penalized a point because of headbuts in round eight, but remained aggressive to keep his early accumulations on points, scoring his second coronation after five years.

By Joe Koizumi 35-year-old southpaw veteran Shin Ono (22-9-3, 5 KOs) surprisingly acquired the vacant Japanese 105-pound belt when he outhustled WBO#9 Ryoki Hirai (10-5-1, 4 KOs) to earn a…
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Thurman likely out of action until fall

Unified welterweight champion Keith Thurman (28-0, 22 KOs) will keep his WBA “super” world title, but has voluntarily relinquished his WBC belt while he recovers from the effects of elbow surgery last year and a hand injury he suffered in training camp last month.

After speaking with WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman recently, Thurman decided that he would relinquish the title and open the way for former champions Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter, the two leading contenders for the WBC title, to fight each other for the championship while Thurman made a full recovery from his injuries. Continue reading “Thurman likely out of action until fall”

Unified welterweight champion Keith Thurman (28-0, 22 KOs) will keep his WBA “super” world title, but has voluntarily relinquished his WBC belt while he recovers from the effects of elbow…
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Notable WBC News Updates

The new column by WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has a ton of news in it. Some of the highlights:

The WBC has ordered a final heavyweight elimination bout between Dillian White and Luis Ortiz for the second mandatory of the division.
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The WBC will support the Golovkin vs. Alvarez middleweight title rematch in the event it’s rescheduled next after the voluntary fight of May 5th. The winner must make the mandatory defense of the division.
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Keith Thurman has relinquished his WBC welterweight title. Thurman will have the right to fight for the WBC title once he has fully recovered and is fit to return. The WBC has ordered Shawn Porter vs Danny Garcia for the WBC world title.
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WBC super lightweight champion Jose Ramirez vs. interim beltholder Regis Prograis for the undisputed WBC title – purse offer May 4 with a 50/50 split.
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WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia will fight the IBF champion (Robert Easter) in a unification bout .
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WBC super featherweight champion Miguel Berchelt will make a voluntary defense on June 23 and the winner must make the mandatory defense next.

The new column by WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has a ton of news in it. Some of the highlights: The WBC has ordered a final heavyweight elimination bout between Dillian…
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The 12th Round: New WBC Trainer’s Belts + Complete Division-By-Division Updates

By Mauricio Sulaiman
WBC President – Jose Sulaiman’s son

One of those plans which were in my father’s notes will now be a reality. I must thank Stephan Pryor, son of legendary champion Aaron “The Hawk” Pryor, for bringing the concept and idea back. To award boxing trainer who crowns a WBC champion with a belt.

The WBC designed and developed a special belt, inspired in the traditional towel worn at all times by boxing trainers.

Starting in May, the WBC will present this sensational awards of honor. So many great trainers who worked side by side and created great careers for legendary champions will remain the inspiration for this new concept, some of them:

Charley Goldman, trainer of Rocky Marciano, Jack Blackburn, trainer of Joe Louis, Cus D”Amato, trainer of Mike Tyson, Jackie McCoy, Amílcar Brusa, trainer of Carlos Monzón among other great champions; Ray Arcel trainer of Roberto Duran, Gil Clancy Emile Griffith’s trainer, Don Pancho Rosales, trainer of Raul “Raton” Macias, Angelo Dundee, trainer of Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, and other big names; Emanuel Steward, trainer of Tommy Hearns and other big champions of the legendary Kronk Gym, Arturo “Cuyo” Hernández, trainer of great Mexican champions, like Carlos Zarate, Ruben “Puas” Olivares, Lupe Piontor among others. Continue reading “The 12th Round: New WBC Trainer’s Belts + Complete Division-By-Division Updates”

By Mauricio Sulaiman WBC President – Jose Sulaiman’s son One of those plans which were in my father’s notes will now be a reality. I must thank Stephan Pryor, son…
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Shields-Gabriels set for June 22 on Showtime

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and unified women’s super middleweight Champion Claressa Shields will attempt to become a two-division world champion on Friday, June 22 live on SHOWTIME when she faces unified women’s 154-pound champion Hanna Gabriels for the vacant IBF and WBA Middleweight World Championships at Masonic Temple in Detroit, Mich.

The SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION telecast features the #1 fighter at 168 pounds facing the #1 fighter at 154 pounds as they both attempt to become champions for the first time in the middleweight division.

Shields (5-0, 2 KOs), who grew up in nearby Flint, was the first American boxer in history – male or female – to win consecutive Olympic Gold Medals. The 23-year-old turned professional following the 2016 Olympics and became unified women’s super middleweight world champion in just her fourth professional fight. Shields now begins her first camp with renowned trainer John David Jackson as she attempts to become a two-division champion. Continue reading “Shields-Gabriels set for June 22 on Showtime”

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and unified women’s super middleweight Champion Claressa Shields will attempt to become a two-division world champion on Friday, June 22 live on SHOWTIME when she faces…
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Stevenson-Jack Press Quotes

Knockout artist Adonis Stevenson, the longest reigning light heavyweight world champion, will defend his title against two-division champion Badou Jack on Saturday, May 19 live on SHOWTIME from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Adonis Stevenson: “I’m looking forward to winning this fight by knockout. I’m from the Kronk Gym and we always look for the knockout. Jack is a good, technical boxer. He was a world champion and he has done very well. He’s tough and I won’t underestimate him. I’ll be prepared for anything he brings in the ring. I’m fighting him at home in Canada, so I’m looking to give the fans a good show. I’ve got power and I’ve got the best left hook in boxing. I’ve got 12 rounds and I just need to touch you once to end it. It’s not complicated. I don’t need three or four shots. I just need one shot and you’re not going to recover. I’m going to finish you.”

Badou Jack: “I’ve been asking for this fight for a long time and was willing to fight him anywhere, including his backyard. I know he’s good and very dangerous and that’s the reason I want to fight him. I’m all about the best fighting the best and come May 19th, I’m bringing the WBC belt back to Las Vegas.”

Knockout artist Adonis Stevenson, the longest reigning light heavyweight world champion, will defend his title against two-division champion Badou Jack on Saturday, May 19 live on SHOWTIME from the Air…
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Nicholson planning to expose Hart

Speaking ahead of his final workout before heading to Philadelphia, PA, hard-hitting super middleweight Demond “D’Bestatit” Nicholson (18-2-1, 17 KOs) could barely contain himself ahead of his rivalry showdown with hometown favorite, Jesse “Hard Work” Hart (23-1-0, 19 KOs) at the Liacouras Center this Saturday night, airing live on ESPN.

“This is the fight I’ve wanted since I was 14 and we were in the amateurs together. I’ve always wanted to fight Jesse, now I’ve got my chance and I’m going into his hometown and knocking him out on Saturday night,” said the 25-year-old Nicholson. “Hart’s been completely babied as a professional whether it’s getting a decision he didn’t deserve against Dashon Johnson or matched soft as butter in his last fight; Awimbono looked asleep before the bell even rang. Continue reading “Nicholson planning to expose Hart”

Speaking ahead of his final workout before heading to Philadelphia, PA, hard-hitting super middleweight Demond “D’Bestatit” Nicholson (18-2-1, 17 KOs) could barely contain himself ahead of his rivalry showdown with…
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