Romero Duno: I am calling out Ryan Garcia

WBO NABO lightweight beltholder “Ruthless” Romero Duno (21-1, 16 KOs) called out fellow contender Ryan “Kingry” Garcia after battering Ivan Delgado in Carson, California,on Saturday night.

Romero Duno: Now that got another win on my record I am calling out Ryan Garcia. Mexicans are warriors. Show them you’re not scared of fighting anyone. I respect you. You’re good. That’s why I want to fight you!”

Garcia was also scheduled to fight on Saturday’s card, but his opponent fell out 24 hours before the fight. Golden Boy attempted to put Kingry in with Duno or another opponent, but no agreement could be reached.

WBO NABO lightweight beltholder “Ruthless” Romero Duno (21-1, 16 KOs) called out fellow contender Ryan “Kingry” Garcia after battering Ivan Delgado in Carson, California,on Saturday night. Romero Duno: Now that got another…
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Fury-Wallin Scorecard Analysis

Photos: Sumio Yamada

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Judges Tim Cheatham, Eric Cheek and Don Trella all had Tyson Fury winning rounds seven through eleven and Otto Wallin winning round twelve. However during the first six rounds, only in round four (for Fury) did all three judges agree. At the midway point, Trella had it even at 57-57, Cheeks had Fury ahead 58-56, and Cheatham gave Fury the first five rounds for a 59-55 edge. Cheatham’s final 118-110 tally (giving Wallin only two rounds) seemed a bit off. Trella’s 116-112 score seemed about right. Cheeks split the difference at 117-111.

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Photos: Sumio Yamada Judges Tim Cheatham, Eric Cheek and Don Trella all had Tyson Fury winning rounds seven through eleven and Otto Wallin winning round twelve. However during the first…
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Wilder-Fury rematch could be delayed

Unbeaten former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury didn’t attend a post-fight press conference due to two severe cuts over his right eye. He was taken to the hospital to undergo micro-surgery.

Fury has a tentative February 22 rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, but the cuts could take six months or more to heal.

Promoter Frank Warren told BBC “If it doesn’t heal well the fight may have to be pushed back. Hopefully that will not be the case. It depends how it heals. If it’s OK it won’t be a problem…it’s not just the fight, it’s the training and sparring. He has to be 100% right.”

Unbeaten former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury didn’t attend a post-fight press conference due to two severe cuts over his right eye. He was taken to the hospital to undergo micro-surgery.…
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Munguia: I will likely move up to 160

By Miguel Maravilla
Photos: Stacey Verbeek

WBO junior middleweight world champion Jaime Munguia (34-0, 27 KOs) of Tijuana, Mexico successfully defended his title for the fifth time with a knockout over Patrick Allotey (40-4, 30 KOs) of Ghana in four rounds Saturday night at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
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“I’m happy with my performance. This was a good victory to celebrate Mexican Independence Day weekend,” Munguia said. “I felt good. It was a process working him and breaking him down. When I knocked him down with a body shot he was breathing heavy.” Continue reading “Munguia: I will likely move up to 160”

By Miguel Maravilla Photos: Stacey Verbeek WBO junior middleweight world champion Jaime Munguia (34-0, 27 KOs) of Tijuana, Mexico successfully defended his title for the fifth time with a knockout…
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Vianello, Shabranskyy Win Vegas Walkout Bouts

By David Robinett at ringside

In the first of three walkout bouts in Las Vegas, Italian heavyweight Guido Vianello (5-0, 5 KOs) had an easy time with Cassius Anderson (7-2, 3 KOs), earning a stoppage when Anderson did not come out for the fourth and final round. Vianello scored a flash knockdown right after the opening bell, and was never threatened by Anderson, steadily beating him down until his corner had seen enough after three rounds.

Near midnight in a virtually empty T-Mobile Arena, former light heavyweight title challenger Vyacheslav Shabranskyy (21-2, 17 KOs) closed out the card with an eighth round disqualification victory over ex-WBA interim champion Felix Valera (18-3, 15 KOs). Shabranksyy was en route to an easy unanimous decision victory but Valera repeatedly fouled him with low blows, losing points in round five and round seven, before referee Robert Byrd disqualified him at 2:01 of the eighth and final round rather than take a third point.

A scheduled bout between welterweights Abram Martinez (7-0, 5 KOs) and Kevin Johnson (7-1, 4 KOs) did not take place.

By David Robinett at ringside In the first of three walkout bouts in Las Vegas, Italian heavyweight Guido Vianello (5-0, 5 KOs) had an easy time with Cassius Anderson (7-2,…
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Tyson Fury wins in bloodbath with Otto Wallin

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

In a bloody grinder of a fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, the “Gypsy King” Tyson Fury retained his claim to the lineal heavyweight title, surviving a spirited challenge from previously undefeated contender Otto Wallin with a unanimous decision win by scores of 116-112, 117-111, and a too wide 118-110.

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Fury (29-0-1, 20 KOs), who at 254.5 pounds was the lightest he has been in the ring since defeating Vladimir Klitschko in 2015, was not as sharp as his effort in June against Tom Schwarz, spending much of the early rounds flicking an ineffective jab and missing Wallin more than he was connecting with his typical unorthodox, jittery style. Wallin (20-1, 13 KOs) was game, unafraid to take the fight to the champion, but he also struggled finding a way past Fury’s arms and shoulders to connect cleanly with consistency. Continue reading “Tyson Fury wins in bloodbath with Otto Wallin”

By David Robinett at ringside Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank In a bloody grinder of a fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, the “Gypsy King” Tyson Fury retained…
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WBO 154lb champ Munguia overpowers Allotey

By Miguel Maravilla and Rocky Morales at ringside
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WBO junior middleweight champion Jaime Munguia (34-0, 27 KOs) was dominant in his destructive fourth round knockout victory over WBO #13 rated Patrick Allotey (40-4, 30 KOs) on Saturday night at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
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After an opening feeling out round where Munguia didn’t do much, he started stalking Allotey in the second round and then unleashed his power in the third round. Set up by a vicious body shot, Munguia sent Allotey to the canvas midway through the third round and then floored him again at the end of the round with a left hook.

In the fourth round, with Munguia smelling blood, Allotey was on his bicycle but Munguia still caught him. After a not especially damaging looking combination, Allotey voluntarily took a knee, the third time he was down in the fight. Continue reading “WBO 154lb champ Munguia overpowers Allotey”

By Miguel Maravilla and Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Zanfer WBO junior middleweight champion Jaime Munguia (34-0, 27 KOs) was dominant in his destructive fourth round knockout victory over WBO…
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WBO 122lb champ Navarrete crushes Elorde

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Red-hot WBO junior featherweight champion Emanuel Navarrete (29-1, 25 KOs) impressed again, just four weeks since his last title bout, stopping the game but outgunned Juan Miguel Elorde (28-2, 15 KOs) 26 seconds into round four of what had been an action-packed fight on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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Elorde, who came into the bout on an 18-fight winning streak dating back to 2012, showed no fear of the hard-hitting Navarrete, walking the champion down and throwing body punches with bad intentions in round one. Navarrete answered back in round two, landing several punishing left hands on Elorde, who was still coming forward as the aggressor. Although he showed great fighting spirit, Elorde never had an answer for Navarrete’s left hand, taking serious punishment in round three before finally going down from a left hook by Navarrete that deposited him in a sitting position on the bottom rope, prompting referee Russell Mora to call a knockdown. Continue reading “WBO 122lb champ Navarrete crushes Elorde”

By David Robinett at ringside Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Red-hot WBO junior featherweight champion Emanuel Navarrete (29-1, 25 KOs) impressed again, just four weeks since his last title bout, stopping…
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Fox outclasses Bernardo

By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside.

Saturday night at the Wind Creek Event Center in Bethlehem, PA, Mykall “The Professor” Fox (21-1, 5 KOs) easily outboxed Dominican Eudy “AK47” Bernardo (25-5, 18 KOs) to take a one-sided ten round unanimous decision victory by scores of 100-90 across the board.

Fox, ranked number fifteen by the WBO, took over in the second round, unloading various combinations that forced Bernardo on the defensive. Continue reading “Fox outclasses Bernardo”

By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside. Saturday night at the Wind Creek Event Center in Bethlehem, PA, Mykall “The Professor” Fox (21-1, 5 KOs) easily outboxed Dominican Eudy “AK47” Bernardo (25-5,…
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Carlos Takam victorious in U.S. debut

WBO #13 heavyweight Carlos Takam (37-5-1, 28 KOs) scored a workmanlike ten round unanimous decision over Craig Lewis (14-4-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at Resorts World Catskills in Monticello, New York. Making his U.S. debut, Takam was in command all the way in a bout that never really heated up. Lewis was cut over the left eye from a head butt in round seven. Scores were 96-94, 99-91, 99-91. Takam won his second straight, while Lewis dropped his third straight. Continue reading “Carlos Takam victorious in U.S. debut”

WBO #13 heavyweight Carlos Takam (37-5-1, 28 KOs) scored a workmanlike ten round unanimous decision over Craig Lewis (14-4-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at Resorts World Catskills in Monticello,…
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Franchon Crews retains WBC female 168lb title

By Miguel Maravilla and Rocky Morales at ringside

Franchon Crews (6-1, 2KO) dominated Maricela Cornejo (13-4, 5KO) in a rematch of a closely contested fight from last year. Time and time again, Crews beat Cornejo to the punch and clearly landed the heavier shots throughout the bout on Saturday night at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. Despite having home ring advantage this time and the full support of the crowd in attendance, it wasn’t close to being enough to boost Cornejo to victory or even to being competitive this time around. Judges scored the bout 98-92, 97-91 and 98-92, all in favor of Crews. Crews successfully retained her WBC super middleweight bout while also adding the vacant WBO super middleweight bout with the victory and the only blemish on her record was in losing her debut fight to Claressa Shields. Continue reading “Franchon Crews retains WBC female 168lb title”

By Miguel Maravilla and Rocky Morales at ringside Franchon Crews (6-1, 2KO) dominated Maricela Cornejo (13-4, 5KO) in a rematch of a closely contested fight from last year. Time and…
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Zepeda, Cuadras victorious in Las Vegas

By David Robinett at ringside

In a largely tactical affair with occasional bursts of action, Jose Zepeda (31-2, 25 KOs) scored the biggest victory of his career, earning a ten-round unanimous decision over former two-division champion Jose Pedraza (26-3, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Scores for the super lightweight bout were 97-93 across the board, which also earned Zepeda the WBC’s USNBC title belt. Zepeda, whose only losses are to Jose Ramirez and an injury stoppage against Terry Flanagan, both in title challenges, was able to consistently time Pedraza coming in, landing effectively with both hands before Pedraza could get off, particularly over the first half of the fight. Zepeda’s strategy led to frequent spells of inaction, but when they did engage, Zepeda usually landed first and harder as the normally accurate “Sniper” Pedraza had an off night.

Former super flyweight titlist Carlos Cuadras (39-3-1, 27 KOs) narrowly edged out fellow Mexican Jose Maria Cardenas (17-5, 14 KOs) over ten rounds, earning a surprising close majority decision victory by scores of 95-95, 96-94, and 96-94. Despite disadvantages in height (by six and a half inches) and reach (by three inches), the smaller Cuadras chose to largely fight Cardenas in the center of the ring, circling the taller fighter while moving in swiftly to attack before slipping out of harm’s way. While Cuadras peppered Cardenas with quick punches to the head and body, Cardenas was often left swinging and missing his elusive opponent. Cuadras, who resembles a tiny Canelo Alvarez, wasn’t looking for the knockout, content to both float like a butterfly and sting like one too, but it was an effective strategy considering the physical disparity between the two fighters. Cardenas finally started to catch up to Cuadras in round six and going forward, landing more punches as Cuadras began to slow down, but never consistently enough to change the momentum of the fight, even if enough to keep the scorecards close. Continue reading “Zepeda, Cuadras victorious in Las Vegas”

By David Robinett at ringside In a largely tactical affair with occasional bursts of action, Jose Zepeda (31-2, 25 KOs) scored the biggest victory of his career, earning a ten-round…
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Ponce decisions Mueller in Berlin

Unbeaten Jermias Nicolas Ponce (25-0, 16 KOs) of Argentina defeated Rico “Pretty Boy” Mueller (25-3-1, 17 KOs) of Germany in Berlin, Germany, Saturday night by 12 round majority decision. Mueller came out aggressive and won round one, but Ponce turned the tide in round two with a vicious body attack that set the tone for the rest of the fight. Mueller, 31 endured a real pounding which showed on his face as a result of a variety of Ponce punches that landed on him. The official scorecards read 118-110, 116-111, and surprising 114-114. Ponce won the IBO junior welterweight world title and seems to be the next big thing out of Argentina at just 23 years old.

On the undercard, 48-year-old former WBA cruiserweight champion Firat Arslan (47-8-3, 32 KOs) stopped Sami Enbom (18-4, 10 KOs) in round two.

Unbeaten Jermias Nicolas Ponce (25-0, 16 KOs) of Argentina defeated Rico “Pretty Boy” Mueller (25-3-1, 17 KOs) of Germany in Berlin, Germany, Saturday night by 12 round majority decision. Mueller…
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Boxing Results from London

In a clash between unbeaten super bantamweights, Brad “The Blade” Foster (11-0-2, 4 KOs) barely kept his British and Commonwealth titles against Lucien Reid (8-0-2, 4 KOs) by salvaging a twelve round draw on Saturday night at London’s historic York Hall. Scores were 116-112 Reid, 114-114, 114-114.

Unbeaten flyweight Sunny “Showtime” Edwards (13-0, 4 KOs) outboxed Hugo Rosendo Guarneros (16-3-2, 8 KOs) over ten dull rounds. Edwards, whose older brother is WBC world flyweight champion Charlie Edwards, won by scores of 100-90, 99-91, 99-91. Continue reading “Boxing Results from London”

In a clash between unbeaten super bantamweights, Brad “The Blade” Foster (11-0-2, 4 KOs) barely kept his British and Commonwealth titles against Lucien Reid (8-0-2, 4 KOs) by salvaging a…
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Carlos defeats Capper by split decision

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Melbourne based middleweight Emmanuel Carlos (11-1, 7 KOs) registered the best win of his career when he was awarded a ten round split decision over globetrotting Wes Capper (20-4-1, 12 KOs) to capture the IBF Pan Pacific title at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre at Albert Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Saturday. In a closely contested bout which had the action see-sawing, the judges scores were 96-93, 94-95, 96-93. Continue reading “Carlos defeats Capper by split decision”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Melbourne based middleweight Emmanuel Carlos (11-1, 7 KOs) registered the best win of his career when he was awarded a ten round split…
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Kingry says he’s not fighting

Update: Golden Boy just sent out a new bout sheet and Garcia-Petrov isn’t on it. The co-feature is now WBC female super middleweight champion Franchon Crews Dezurn against late sub Maricela Cornejo.

Lightweight contender Ryan “Kingry” Garcia says on social media that he’s not fighting on tonight’s card at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.

Ryan Garcia: “Due to unfortunate events, I will not be fighting tomorrow and they will not be compromising on their mistakes! I did everything in my power. I came in on weight and trained my ass off. God’s in control now. The rest will take care of itself… Thank you for everyone’s support!”

Reportedly Golden Boy is offering Petr Petrov as a last minute replacement for Garcia after original opponent Avery Sparrow fell out and no deal could be made to move Romero Duno into Sparrow’s spot as Garcia’s opponent.

We’ll see what happens.

Update: Golden Boy just sent out a new bout sheet and Garcia-Petrov isn’t on it. The co-feature is now WBC female super middleweight champion Franchon Crews Dezurn against late sub…
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Ex-WBO 130lb champ Ito makes successful comeback

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Former WBO junior lightweight ruler Masayuki Ito (26-2-3, 14 KOs), 134.5, made a successful comeback after his unexpected forfeiture of his WBO belt at the hand of Jamel Herring in Florida this May, as he decked Indonesian Ruben Manakane (26-19-1, 14 KOs), 131.5, four times and halted him at 1:08 of the sixth round on Friday in Tokyo, Japan.
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Unfortunately, Ito sustained a badly swollen—later almost closed—right optic due to an accidental headbutt in the first round, but he overcame the deteriorated eyesight and finally caught up with the veteran Indonesian. Ito, less accurate and less precise tonight, accelerated his attack, dropped Manakane in the fourth and three times more in the fatal sixth, when the referee Sugiyama made a well-timed halt over the flattened pancake. Continue reading “Ex-WBO 130lb champ Ito makes successful comeback”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Former WBO junior lightweight ruler Masayuki Ito (26-2-3, 14 KOs), 134.5, made a successful comeback after his unexpected forfeiture of his WBO belt…
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Sagawa edges Abe, wins Japanese 126lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Unheralded and untested prospect Ryo Sagawa (8-1, 4 KOs), 126, acquired the vacant Japanese featherweight title when he upset WBC#10/IBF#6/WBO AP#1/JBC#1 Reiya Abe (19-3-1, 9 KOs), 125.75, by a hairline but unanimous nod (96-95, 96-94 twice) over ten uneventful rounds on Friday in Tokyo, Japan.
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Abe had entered the international top ten thanks to his unexpected victory over world-rated three-time world challenger Satoshi Hosono, and was regarded as a bright simon-pure since, but he revealed not good at coping with the taller speedster who also upset former world challenger Ryo Matsumoto via surprising stoppage months ago. Sagawa, with a good amateur experience, maintained the pressure to the shorter and nervous southpaw, piling up points by a slight margin. Abe, previously a slick-punching speedster, turned loose in the tenth and final session, but it was too late to overcome his early deficits on points. Now Misako Gym boasts of five national champions simultaneously.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Unheralded and untested prospect Ryo Sagawa (8-1, 4 KOs), 126, acquired the vacant Japanese featherweight title when he upset WBC#10/IBF#6/WBO AP#1/JBC#1 Reiya Abe…
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Hanagata beats Ikeyama, keeps IBF female 102lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

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IBF atomweight champ Saemi Hanagata (16-7-4, 7 KOs) barely kept her belt by eking out a split decision (96-94 twice for Hanagata, 94-96 for Ikeyama) over 49-year-old ex-titlist Nao Ikeyama (18-6-4, 5 KOs) over ten give-and-take rounds on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. It was their third encounter with Saemi scoring a victory for the first time after a couple of draws.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda IBF atomweight champ Saemi Hanagata (16-7-4, 7 KOs) barely kept her belt by eking out a split decision (96-94 twice for Hanagata, 94-96…
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Alarcon defeats Miyao, unifies WBA female 102lb belts

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

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WBA female 102-pound regular champ Monserrat Alarcon (13-4-2, no KO), 100.5, Mexico, impressively unified the WBA belts as she defeated WBA interim titlist Ayaka Miyao (23-8-1, 6 KOs), also 100.5, Japan, by a split decision (98-92, 96-94 for Alarcon, 94-96 for Miyao) over ten hard-fought rounds on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. Alarcon forced the footworker Miyao to mix it up and connected with good shots with precision.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda WBA female 102-pound regular champ Monserrat Alarcon (13-4-2, no KO), 100.5, Mexico, impressively unified the WBA belts as she defeated WBA interim titlist…
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Haney stops Abdullaev, wins WBC interim title

Photos: Sumio Yamada

Rising star and undefeated lightweight contender, Devin “The Dream” Haney (23-0, 15 KOs) stopped previously unbeaten Zaur Abdullaev (11-1, 7 KOs) in four one-sided rounds to claim the vacant WBC interim lightweight title on Friday night at the Hulu Theater inside New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Working behind a sharp jab, Haney dominated the first four rounds and Abdullaev didn’t come out for round five due to a possibly broken cheekbone.

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Haney is now mandatory challenger for the WBC crown held by Vasiliy Lomachenko, who also holds the WBA and WBO straps. “It’s No-machenko because he doesn’t want to fight me,” Haney proclaimed afterward. “Lomachenko, let’s get this fight going! Abdullaev was number two and I destroyed him. If I’m so easy, No-machenko should fight me and get me out of the way. Continue reading “Haney stops Abdullaev, wins WBC interim title”

Photos: Sumio Yamada Rising star and undefeated lightweight contender, Devin “The Dream” Haney (23-0, 15 KOs) stopped previously unbeaten Zaur Abdullaev (11-1, 7 KOs) in four one-sided rounds to claim…
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Kingry vs. Duno still possible?

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Update: Kingry has issued a pretty strong statement on Instagram.

Ryan “Kingry” Garcia claims it’s a lie that his people turned down Romero Duro as a replacement after scheduled opponent Avery Sparrow was arrested. DAZN’s Chris Mannix quotes Kingry as saying, “I came to the weigh-in today expecting Sparrow to be there. I was shocked when he wasn’t. I was never offered Duno. No one said they had a replacement. No one on my team was offered Duno. That was a total lie! They have offered me peanuts over and over to fight Duno. They found a way to try to make me fight Duno. They (Golden Boy) wanted this from the start. This is their *bleep*-up, not mine. Make the money work and I am ready to fight Duno tomorrow!”

Golden Boy President Eric Gomez commented via social media “I want to clarify my previous quote, Team Garcia, not Ryan Garcia, declined the Duno fight since the trainer believed Duno was a tough opponent to take on 24 hour notice without proper preparation.”

Update: Kingry has issued a pretty strong statement on Instagram. Ryan “Kingry” Garcia claims it’s a lie that his people turned down Romero Duro as a replacement after scheduled opponent…
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Serrano beats Hardy; Hunter tops Kuzmin

Photos: Sumio Yamada

Seven-division world champion Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano (37-1-1, 27 KOs) dethroned previously unbeaten WBO female featherweight champion Heather “The Heat” Hardy (22-1, 4 KOs) by one-sided ten round unanimous decision on Friday night at the Hulu Theater inside New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
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Serrano battered Hardy from pillar to post in round one, but Hardy made it out of the round and gamely went the full ten. Scores were 98-91, 98-91, 98-92. Serrano also picked up the WBC interim and “Queen of Brooklyn” belts with the win.

Heavyweight Michael “The Bounty” Hunter (18-1 12 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Sergey Kuzmin (15-1 11 KOs) in a clash for the WBA Intercontinental title. Hunter dropped Kuzmin in round five en route to a 117-110 verdict across the board. Hunter is the son of former heavyweight contender from the 1990s Mike “The Bounty” Hunter. Continue reading “Serrano beats Hardy; Hunter tops Kuzmin”

Photos: Sumio Yamada Seven-division world champion Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano (37-1-1, 27 KOs) dethroned previously unbeaten WBO female featherweight champion Heather “The Heat” Hardy (22-1, 4 KOs) by one-sided…
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Weights from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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Mykal Fox 141.8 vs. Eudy Bernardo 141.3
Erik Spring 154.3 vs. Courtney Pennington 152.5
Nicholas Hernandez 154.5 vs.Terrance Williams 154
Martino Jules 126.9 vs. Michael Stoute 125.7
Jonathan Torres 118.6 vs. Kaylin Waites 116.6
Brandon Mullins 159.9 vs. Brent Oren 157.7
Rasheed Johnson 145.9 vs. Kashin Hutchinson 143.9
Khainell Wheeler 167.3 vs. Juan Zapata 167
Jose Lopez 115.7 vs. Jerrod Miner 117.6

Venue: Wind Creek Bethlehem Event Center
Promoter: King’s Promotions
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Mykal Fox 141.8 vs. Eudy Bernardo 141.3 Erik Spring 154.3 vs. Courtney Pennington 152.5 Nicholas Hernandez 154.5 vs.Terrance Williams 154 Martino Jules 126.9 vs. Michael Stoute 125.7 Jonathan Torres 118.6…
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Navarrete-Elorde make weight

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Tyson Fury 254.4 vs. Otto Wallin 236
*Fury weighed in, then faced off with Wallin wearing a lucha libre mask
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Emanuel Navarrete 121.8 vs. Juan Miguel Elorde 121.2
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Jose Pedraza 139.5 vs. Jose Zepeda 139.4
Carlos Cuadras 115.6 vs. Jose Maria Cardenas 115.2
Gabriel Flores, Jr. 132.6 vs. Miguel Angel Aispuro 132.6
Isaac Lowe 127.4 vs. Ruben Garcia Hernandez 127.2
Iskander Kharsan 122.4 vs. Isidro Ochoa 122
Felix Valera 176 vs. Vyacheslav Shabranskyy 175.4
Guido Vianello 240 vs. Cassius Anderson 244.2
Abram Martinez 142 vs. Kevin Johnson 142.2

Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: ESPN+

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