Ex-OPBF 154lb champ Bellamy returns, stops Chairak

By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Naoki Fukuda

Veteran 36-year-old American residing in Japan, former OPBF 154-pound champ Charles Bellamy (27-3-2, 18 KOs), 146.5, returned to ring warfare after a one-year hiatus, and impressively displayed a single-punch stoppage of Thai #4 super-light Chairak Tor Silachai (10-2, 3 KOs), 146.5, at 1:10 of the second round in a scheduled eight on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan.

Originally scheduled for a semi-windup contest, it eventually elevated to a main event since Ryo Akaho, world-rated Japanese bantam titleholder, became so suddenly sick that he was hospitalized by ambulance at night two days before. Akaho had been slated to defend his national belt against mandatory challenger Yusuke Suzuki, but this unfortunate incident will reportedly force him to renounce his belt to pave the way for Suzuki to fight for the vacant title against Suguru Muranaka. Continue reading “Ex-OPBF 154lb champ Bellamy returns, stops Chairak”

By Joe Koizumi Photos: Naoki Fukuda Veteran 36-year-old American residing in Japan, former OPBF 154-pound champ Charles Bellamy (27-3-2, 18 KOs), 146.5, returned to ring warfare after a one-year hiatus,…
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Yamanaka to defend WBO 105lb belt against Calleros

By Joe Koizumi

Newly crowned WBO minimumweight champ Ryuya Yamanaka (15-2, 4 KOs; not former WBC bantam ruler Shinsuke Yamanaka), Japan, will defend his belt against #4 Moises Calleros (28-7-1, 16 KOs), a Mexican puncher, in Kobe, Japan, on March 18. It was announced by Masato Yamashita of Shinsei Promotions last week.

Photo by Boxing Beat

Calleros failed to win the vacant WBO belt, losing a split verdict to Japanese southpaw Tetsuya Fukuhara in Japan last February. It was Yamanaka that fully utilized his footwork and outpunch Fukuhara in his first defense to earn a unanimous nod and capture the WBO championship. Continue reading “Yamanaka to defend WBO 105lb belt against Calleros”

By Joe Koizumi Newly crowned WBO minimumweight champ Ryuya Yamanaka (15-2, 4 KOs; not former WBC bantam ruler Shinsuke Yamanaka), Japan, will defend his belt against #4 Moises Calleros (28-7-1,…
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Spence, Easter Post Fight Presser Quotes

By Matt Richardson

Robert Easter: “I’ve been calling out these champions for so long. I want these champions on top.”

Barry Hunter: “I thought we took too much damage early in the fight and we got too far behind. If he never fight another day in his life it’s OK by me.”

Lou DiBella: “Errol Spence has an argument as pound-for-pound. This kid is the highest level of talent. In the ring, he is a dangerous man. There’s a lot of things that reminds me of Ray Leonard. He’s the whole package…I’ve never seen a guy like him, who’s a champion as good as him, running around calling out everybody on earth.”

Derrick James: “He looked good. He fought a very tough guy. He was able to keep coming, keep pressuring and do what he gotta do to be successful.”

Errol Spence: “I’m not going to say I’m pound-for-pound the best fighter in the world but I’m definitely heading that way. I’m looking to come back in May or June. Looking for a homecoming in Dallas. But at least fighting three times this year…I’ve been telling people I can do it all.”

DiBella said it’s more likely that a Keith Thurman-Spence fight would occur down the line than a Spence-Terence Crawford bout. But, if the money is there, a Spence-Crawford is also possible, he said. “I have no doubt that Keith Thurman is going to fight Errol Spence,” DiBella said. “It’s going to happen. Relax.”

By Matt Richardson Robert Easter: “I’ve been calling out these champions for so long. I want these champions on top.” Barry Hunter: “I thought we took too much damage early…
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WBA #3 Navarrete demolishes Porras in two

WBA #3, WBO #9 super bantamweight Emmanuel “El Vaquero” Navarrete (23-1, 20 KOs) showed why he is a serious contender with a spectacular second round knockout Glenn “The Rock” Porras (32-7, 19 KOs) on Saturday night at the Deportivo de los Trabajadores del Metro in Mexico City. Navarrette dropped Porras twice in round one and again in round two before the Mexico vs. Philippines-themed bout was halted. Time was 1:37. “We are ready for a title shot when Zanfer tells us,” said Navarrete.

WBA #3, WBO #9 super bantamweight Emmanuel “El Vaquero” Navarrete (23-1, 20 KOs) showed why he is a serious contender with a spectacular second round knockout Glenn “The Rock” Porras…
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Results from San Antonio

On Saturday night, TMB & PRB Entertainment presented “Fight Nite at the Scottish Rite”, an eight-bout event that took place at the Scottish Rite Theatre in San Antonio, TX. In the four-round main event, Daniel “Da Beast” Biaz (11-1, 5 KOs) scored a unanimous decision over, Ray “The Warrior” Trujillo (3-4-1, 2 KOs).

Biaz, a southpaw who is managed by Prince Ranch Boxing, wobbled Trujillo in every round, with hard shots to the head. Trujillo was trying to force his way into the chest of Biaz throughout the fight, but was unsuccessful as he was countered with by accurate punches. Trujillo, who was a last-minute replacement, showed a lot of heart but was outgunned by Biaz, who landed the cleaner blows. Scorecards read 40-36 across the board, all in favor of Biaz. Continue reading “Results from San Antonio”

On Saturday night, TMB & PRB Entertainment presented “Fight Nite at the Scottish Rite”, an eight-bout event that took place at the Scottish Rite Theatre in San Antonio, TX. In…
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Spence calls out WBC/WBA champ Thurman

“Everybody knows I’ve been waiting on “Sometimes” Thurman. Since I was 15-0 I’ve been calling this guy out and he keeps making excuses. Let’s get it on!” proclaimed IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. after dispatching Lamont Peterson in one-sided fashion on Saturday night in Brooklyn. “I didn’t know I would dominate like that. I expected to get the knockout, but this was a great performance. We were facing a great fighter like Lamont Peterson and we did well in there. I could tell Lamont was wobbling before I got him down. It was just a great feeling to put on a strong performance.

“I want Keith Thurman. He has two of the belts and we both have big names. It’s an easy fight to make and I want it!”

“Everybody knows I’ve been waiting on “Sometimes” Thurman. Since I was 15-0 I’ve been calling this guy out and he keeps making excuses. Let’s get it on!” proclaimed IBF welterweight…
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IBF welter champ Spence crushes Peterson

By Matt Richardson at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

Errol Spence Jr. continued to make his case as one of the hottest young stars in boxing Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with yet another impressive knockout performance.

This time the IBF welterweight title-holder showcased his growing set of skills against veteran Lamont Peterson. The former two-division belt-holder, fighting for the first time in 11 months, was perceived as a real test for Spence but the fight only further illustrated the disparity between most boxers and Spence.

Spence (23-0, 20 KO’s) dominated the fight from start to finish. He slammed Peterson (35-4-1, 17 KO’s) with combinations to the head and body. He knocked him down in the fifth. And he almost completely shut both of Peterson’s eyes with a series of hard, quick combinations to the face.

Finally, by the start of the eighth, Peterson’s team had witnessed enough and they held their boxer back in the corner, giving Spence the well-earned TKO win. Continue reading “IBF welter champ Spence crushes Peterson”

By Matt Richardson at ringside Photos: Emily Harney Errol Spence Jr. continued to make his case as one of the hottest young stars in boxing Saturday night at the Barclays…
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Easter barely retains IBF lightweight title

By Arvin Nundloll at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

Robert Easter Jr battled through a tough 12 round split decision fight against Javier Fortuna to barely defend his IBF Lightweight Championship belt. It was a close fight, both on the cards and physically as Easter Jr. opted to box on the inside which led to a frustrating 12 rounds on both fighter’s parts with constant clinching and scuffed shots.

Fortuna was deducted a point for repeat blows to the back of the head. Fortuna took on a more aggressive stance from rounds 3-4, targeting Easter Jr. in close exchanges before hurling inside hooks to the head, some still reaching around the back of Easter Jr.’s head. Continue reading “Easter barely retains IBF lightweight title”

By Arvin Nundloll at ringside Photos: Emily Harney Robert Easter Jr battled through a tough 12 round split decision fight against Javier Fortuna to barely defend his IBF Lightweight Championship…
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Undercard Results from Brooklyn, NY

By Matt Richardson and Arvin Nundloll at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

Staten Island’s own Marcus Browne blew away Canadian Francy Ntetu in the first round of a scheduled 10-round light heavyweight match-up. Browne (21-0, 16 KO’s) came out aggressively and, in the midst of a wild combination along the ropes, dropped Ntetu (17-2, 4 KO’s) to the seat of his pants with a right. Ntetu rose unsteadily after taking a count from referee Arthur Mercante Jr. and Browne jumped on his wounded opponent.

Ntetu briefly punched back and tried to keep Browne off of him but his attempts were for naught. After Browne connected with another combination that occasionally broke through Ntetu’s guard, Mercante decided to jump in and call the fight off with Ntetu still standing. The fight lasted a total of 135 seconds.

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Adam Kownacki put up with a tough and aggressive challenger in Iago Kiladze for 6 rounds in a back-and-forth action-packed heavyweight battle before finally stopping Kiladze in round 6. Kownacki took a heavy right hook flush on the nose and began bleeding in round 1. Kiladze grew in confidence and began trading with Kownacki although showed little head movement and took too many unnecessary counter punches.

Kiladze used the ring to force Kownacki to chase him down in the second round in an attempt to slow down his opponent while getting off some heavy-handed body combinations.

By the end of the third round, Kownacki’s face resembled a war zone with a cut appearing near his right eye and blood running from his nose. Kiladze stepped off the pedal to force Kownacki to exert more energy chasing him down much to the anger of those in attendance.

Kownacki turned the fight around and knocked down Kiladze in round 4 with a sharp inside right hook. Kiladze got complacent and paid the price. Round 6 brought out a faded and fatigued Kiladze as he was unable to land anything meaningful and was being tagged by nearly every shot Kownacki threw. After an uppercut stunned him, Kownacki followed up with a sharp right hook again that floored Kiladze. The ringside doctor had seen enough and stopped the fight even though Kiladze beat the count. Official time of the stoppage was 2:48 in round 6. Adam Kownacki is now 17-0, 14 KOs while Iago Kiladze is 26-2, 18 KO. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Brooklyn, NY”

By Matt Richardson and Arvin Nundloll at ringside Photos: Emily Harney Staten Island’s own Marcus Browne blew away Canadian Francy Ntetu in the first round of a scheduled 10-round light…
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Kronk’s Alexey Zubov: A Rising Russian Star

By Terrell Groggins

Alexey Zubov is tough. He’s a 17-1, 9 KOs cruiserweight hailing from Russia. The problem? He’s one of several coming out of the region. So how does one stand out from this crowd? Leaving your friends and family behind and migrating to the world famous Kronk Gym in Detroit, that’s how.

He’s been alone in the States for the past two years, training hard everyday with the great Sugar Hill Steward. He’s been a sponge, soaking up everything that Sugar Hill has to offer. Zubov is another fighter I have had the opportunity to document during his last two training camps. He works hard and he’s eager, which makes him a great student. The lessons have been paying off as evident with his two most recent fights, both victorious.

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By Terrell Groggins Alexey Zubov is tough. He’s a 17-1, 9 KOs cruiserweight hailing from Russia. The problem? He’s one of several coming out of the region. So how does…
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Parker: Joshua is good, I am GREAT

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker (24-0, 18 KOs) is confident he can knock out IBF, WBA champion Anthony Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs) on March 31 at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. “I think he’s a good champion and I see myself as a great champion,” Parker told Talk Sport. “That’s the reason why I want to fight him because I see it as a good challenge. We’re both good fighters, and we all want to see who the best in the world is.” Continue reading “Parker: Joshua is good, I am GREAT”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker (24-0, 18 KOs) is confident he can knock out IBF, WBA champion Anthony Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs) on…
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WBA resolves Charr-Oquendo purse bid dispute

The WBA Championship Committee has ruled on a request by WBA heavyweight champion Manuel Charr to reconsider a WBA resolution calling for a 50/50 purse bid split if a purse bid is required for his mandated defense against Fres Oquendo. Charr claims he was not given timely notice of the conditions in the WBA resolution approving his November 25 bout with Alexander Ustinov. He also requested that the minimum purse bid requirement for the Oquendo bout be altered.

Charr’s request for reconsideration was partially granted due to the timing of the notices regarding the resolution conditions and based on both parties’ request that the purse bid minimum be removed for a Charr-Oquendo bout. Therefore, the minimum purse bid amount for the bout is removed, but the 50/50 split remains. Continue reading “WBA resolves Charr-Oquendo purse bid dispute”

The WBA Championship Committee has ruled on a request by WBA heavyweight champion Manuel Charr to reconsider a WBA resolution calling for a 50/50 purse bid split if a purse…
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Kiram and Gesta ready for WBA title challenges

By Miguel Maravilla

Undefeated welterweight Tewa Kiram (38-0, 28 KOs) of Thailand and lightweight contender Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta (31-1-2, 17 KOs) of San Diego held a media workout Thursday afternoon at the Westside Boxing Club in West LA ahead of their championship bouts taking place next Saturday January 27 at the Forum in Inglewood, California. Kiram and Gesta will fight in separate WBA world title bouts live on HBO Boxing After Dark.

Kiram will take on former interim WBC super lightweight champion Lucas “La Máquina” Matthysse (38-4, 35 KOs) in a 12-round fight for the vacant WBA welterweight title. Here is what Kiram had to say prior to his workout.

“Matthysse fights aggressively. I know he will come to fight,” said Kiram. “I have been waiting 8 years to fight for a world title. It’s an honor to be fighting at the Forum the same place where Saman Sorjaturong beat Chiquita Gonzalez. I am really proud of my countryman Rungvisai and I look forward to making my statement. I look forward to bringing back the title to Thailand after I beat Matthysse.” Continue reading “Kiram and Gesta ready for WBA title challenges”

By Miguel Maravilla Undefeated welterweight Tewa Kiram (38-0, 28 KOs) of Thailand and lightweight contender Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta (31-1-2, 17 KOs) of San Diego held a media workout Thursday…
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Weights from San Antonio

Daniel Biaz 153.5 vs. Ray Trujillo TBA
Briana Gonzales 121.5 vs. Brittany Ordonez 120.5
Victor Pasillas 123.5 vs. Alejandro Moreno 122.5
Tyrell Herndon 229.5 vs. Armando Herrera 247
Ignacio Holgiun 127 vs. Santiago Bayardo TBA
Luis Villareal 170.5 vs. Adam Castillo 171.5
Frank Brown 139.5 vs. Daniel Sanchez 135.5
Gregory Morales 123.5 vs. Ben Guerrero 123.5
Faith Morones 126.5 vs. Nina Gallegos 144.5

Venue: Scottish Rite Theatre in San Antonio, Texas
Promoter: TMB & PRB Entertainment

Daniel Biaz 153.5 vs. Ray Trujillo TBA Briana Gonzales 121.5 vs. Brittany Ordonez 120.5 Victor Pasillas 123.5 vs. Alejandro Moreno 122.5 Tyrell Herndon 229.5 vs. Armando Herrera 247 Ignacio Holgiun…
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New date, venue for Lipinets-Garcia

The highly anticipated showdown between undefeated three-division world champion Mikey Garcia and IBF 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 10th. The Premier Boxing Champions event was set to take place on February 10th, but Garcia’s quest for a fourth world title had to be rescheduled following a training injury to Lipinets’ hand. The fight will be live on SHOWTIME and will remain in San Antonio but move to the Freeman Coliseum.

The remainder of the card will remain the same including the co-feature, which will see two-division world champion Rances Barthelemy taking on Kiryl Relikh in a rematch of their thrilling fight last May, this time for the vacant WBA 140-pound world title. The doubleheader of title bouts in the wide-open 140-pound division sets the stage for a potential unification match. Continue reading “New date, venue for Lipinets-Garcia”

The highly anticipated showdown between undefeated three-division world champion Mikey Garcia and IBF 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 10th. The Premier Boxing Champions event was…
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Fortuna fails to make weight

Update: Former super featherweight world champion Javier Fortuna came back and only was able to drop about a half-pound, thereby FAILING to make the 135lb lightweight limit. The Showtime-televised fight against IBF lightweight champion Robert Easter will go on, but Fortuna will be ineligible to claim the IBF title if he wins.

Update: Former super featherweight world champion Javier Fortuna came back and only was able to drop about a half-pound, thereby FAILING to make the 135lb lightweight limit. The Showtime-televised fight…
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Murata to face Blandamura next?

By Marco Bratusch

According to multiple sources from Italy, WBA “regular” middleweight champion Ryota Murata (13-1, 10 KOs), from Japan, is rumored to take on former European champion Emanuele “Sioux” Blandamura (27-2, 5 KOs) in a voluntary defense of his belt. The bout would be promoted by Top Rank, which manages Murata since day one when he turned pro after winning a gold medal at London 2012 Olympics, on a date yet to be determined that might be set around mid April in Japan. The hard-hitting Murata, aged 32, suffered a higly debatable loss on points in the early part of 2017 when he took on veteran stylist Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam. Continue reading “Murata to face Blandamura next?”

By Marco Bratusch According to multiple sources from Italy, WBA “regular” middleweight champion Ryota Murata (13-1, 10 KOs), from Japan, is rumored to take on former European champion Emanuele “Sioux”…
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Euro Update

By Marco Bratusch

Tonight in Levallois-Petter, France, jr welterweight co-challengers Franck Petitjean (19-4-3, 3 KOs) and Adrea Scarpa (22-3, 10 KOs) will fight for the vacant European Union (EU) belt in a definitely packed bill put on by MK Events, which will be featuring eleven fights. Also on the card, former EBU champion Mohamed Mimoune (19-2, 2 KOs) will take on unbeaten Emiliano Dominguez Rodriguez (21-0, 7 KOs) for an IBO jr welterweight belt, lightweight Marvin Petit (21-1-1, 10 KOs) is set to face local veteran Samir Kasmi (22-13-1, 6 KOs) for a WBA Continental belt and swarmer Maiva Hamadouche (17-1, 14 KOs) defends her IBF female jr lightweight belt for the third time against local boxer Myriam Dellal (15-6-3, 2 KOs). Continue reading “Euro Update”

By Marco Bratusch Tonight in Levallois-Petter, France, jr welterweight co-challengers Franck Petitjean (19-4-3, 3 KOs) and Adrea Scarpa (22-3, 10 KOs) will fight for the vacant European Union (EU) belt…
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Weights from Mexico City

Emmanuel Navarrete 123 vs. Glenn Porras 123
Mario Andrade 112 vs. Guillermo Flores 111.5
Mauricio Lara 126 vs. Israel Robles 129
Valeria Pérez 118 vs. Judith Rodriguez 118

Venue: Gimnasio Sindicato Trabajores Del Metro, Mexico City
Promoter: Zanfer
TV: Azteca 7 (Mexico), beIN Sports Espanol (USA)

Emmanuel Navarrete 123 vs. Glenn Porras 123 Mario Andrade 112 vs. Guillermo Flores 111.5 Mauricio Lara 126 vs. Israel Robles 129 Valeria Pérez 118 vs. Judith Rodriguez 118 Venue: Gimnasio…
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Easter not happy with Fortuna weight issues

After former super featherweight champion Javier Fortuna weighed 1.8 pounds heavy, IBF lightweight king Robert Easter Jr. expressed his opinion on the issue. “That’s just his excuse not to fight me,” said Easter. “He don’t want to really get in there, but hopefully he’ll make the weight so we can make this easy fight happen and I’ll beat his a—.”

“It’s unprofessional. I make weight all the time…I’m ready to get this thing on man…hopefully he can make weight so he can get his head bashed in!”

Adding fuel to the fire, Fortuna gave Easter a “throat slash” gesture during their face-off.

After former super featherweight champion Javier Fortuna weighed 1.8 pounds heavy, IBF lightweight king Robert Easter Jr. expressed his opinion on the issue. “That’s just his excuse not to fight…
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Spence, Peterson, Easter make weight, Fortuna heavy


Errol Spence Jr 147 vs. Lamont Peterson 146.75
(IBF welterweight title)

Robert Easter Jr 134.5 vs. Javier Fortuna 136.8
(IBF lightweight title)
Note: Fortuna heavy after moving up from super feather!! He has two hours to drop 1.8 pounds.

Marcus Browne 175.75 vs. Francy Ntetu 174.5
Adam Kownacki 260 vs. Iago Kiladze 220.5
Note: Kownacki 18 pounds heavier than previous fight

Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
Promoter: DiBella Entertainment
TV: Showtime

Errol Spence Jr 147 vs. Lamont Peterson 146.75 (IBF welterweight title) Robert Easter Jr 134.5 vs. Javier Fortuna 136.8 (IBF lightweight title) Note: Fortuna heavy after moving up from super…
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Boxing back in New Hampshire

Boston Boxing Promotions is eight days away from bringing professional boxing to Windham, New Hampshire for the very first time at the Castleton Banquet and Conference Center on January 27th. Doors open at 6PM. First fight will be at 7PM. Tickets are on sale now at www.BoxingNH.com. The card will consist of nine four round bouts featuring local and international talent.

Boston Boxing Promotions is eight days away from bringing professional boxing to Windham, New Hampshire for the very first time at the Castleton Banquet and Conference Center on January 27th.…
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Saunders to defend against Murray next

Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren has announced that WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders (26-0, 12 KOs) will defend his title against Martin Murray (36-4-1, 17 KOs) on April 14 at a venue to be named (probably the O2 Arena in London. Also on the card is former lightweight champion Terry Flanagan (33-0, 13 KOs) against Maurice Hooker (23-0-3, 16 KOs) for the vacant WBO jr welterweight title formerly held by Terence Crawford. Ticket details will come next week.

The unbeaten Saunders is coming off an impressive victory over David Lemieux in December. Murray, who has come up short in four world title challenges, is coming off three straight wins. Flanagan recently vacated the WBO lightweight belt after five successful defenses. Dallas native Hooker is challenging for his first world title.

Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren has announced that WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders (26-0, 12 KOs) will defend his title against Martin Murray (36-4-1, 17 KOs) on April…
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Jorge Linares between dreams and feats for 2018

Great feats are preceded by big dreams and the life and dedication of the three times champion from Venezuela, Jorge Linares has allowed him to achieve his feats at the same time he keeps dreaming big, as confirmed today by his being established as one of the best in the world, pound by pound, which lets him dream of a fourth championship.

In spite of his great yearnings, only days shy of his time to go back on the ring to expose his lightweight championship of the World Boxing Association (WBA), this January 27 at the legendary Inglewood Forum, California, in a Golden Boy function, the “Niño” revealed that his only focus is on the Filipino Mercito Gesta. Continue reading “Jorge Linares between dreams and feats for 2018”

Great feats are preceded by big dreams and the life and dedication of the three times champion from Venezuela, Jorge Linares has allowed him to achieve his feats at the…
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Horn-Crawford at MSG April 14

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO welterweight.champion Jeff Horn is excited that the venue for his mandatory title bout against Terrence Crawford will be the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York on April 14 according to Horn’s promoter Dean Lonergan. “There’s so much rich history that goes with it,” Lonergan said. “You’re on a global stage and also what this presents to Jeff is a massive opportunity going forward. If Jeff (can) establish himself in the American market, that’s what every boxer wants. Continue reading “Horn-Crawford at MSG April 14”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBO welterweight.champion Jeff Horn is excited that the venue for his mandatory title bout against Terrence Crawford will be the iconic Madison Square…
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