WBC champ Benavidez dominates Gavril in rematch

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

WBC super middleweight champion David Benavidez (20-0, 17 KOs) scored a one-sided unanimous decision over Ronald Gavril (18-3, 14 KOs) in their rematch on Saturday night at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

Benavidez boxed behind the jab as Gavril pressed. A right uppercut followed by a left hook staggered Gavril in round four and Benavidez stayed on top of him. Benavidez continued his dominance of Gavril picking him apart with body shots and following upstairs busting his nose. In the championship rounds, Gavril rallied some, but it was too little, too late as Benavidez kept his distance and fought conservatively in route a clearcut decision. Scores were 120-108, 120-108, and 119-109. Continue reading “WBC champ Benavidez dominates Gavril in rematch”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada WBC super middleweight champion David Benavidez (20-0, 17 KOs) scored a one-sided unanimous decision over Ronald Gavril (18-3, 14 KOs) in their…
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Garcia TKOs Rios in ninth

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Former world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (34-1, 20 KOs) scored a ninth round knockout over former world champion Brandon ‘Bam Bam” Rios (34-4-1, 24 KOs) in a WBC welterweight eliminator Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Feeling each other out in the early rounds Garcia boxed as Rios stalked. Garcia began to let his hands loose in round three as Rios continued to press. Closing the fifth round Rios and Garcia had a good exchange as both had some words after the bell. Rios roughed up Garcia on the inside as he backed him to the ropes continuously.

Garcia was sticking and moving past the halfway point landing flush as Rios continued to stalk. In round eight Garcia had a good round jabbing and countering but in the ninth round Garcia landed fully extended flush right hand as Rios hit the canvas and got up staggered referee Kenny Bayless waved off the bout at 2:25. Continue reading “Garcia TKOs Rios in ninth”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Former world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (34-1, 20 KOs) scored a ninth round knockout over former world champion Brandon ‘Bam Bam” Rios…
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Ugas halts Robinson in IBF eliminator

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Cuba’s Yordenis Ugas (21-3, 10 KOs) stopped Philadelphia’s Ray Robinson (24-3, 12 KOs) in an IBF welterweight eliminator. An overhand right by Ugas in the opening round sent Robinson to the canvas as he got up both fighters finished the round trading away. Things got wild at the end of round four as Robinson and Ugas traded, Robinson hit Ugas clearly after the bell knocking him down. Referee Robert Bryd deducted a point. In the seventh round, Ugas dropped Robinson for the second time as he got up but Ugas continued to attack referee Robert Byrd waived the bout at 1:05 of the seventh.

“I felt like I was the stronger fighter by far and he didn’t hurt me,” said Ugas. “He lost a point for hitting me after the bell sounded, and knocked me down, but even that didn’t hurt me. He was very awkward and his style threw off my timing. Continue reading “Ugas halts Robinson in IBF eliminator”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Cuba’s Yordenis Ugas (21-3, 10 KOs) stopped Philadelphia’s Ray Robinson (24-3, 12 KOs) in an IBF welterweight eliminator. An overhand right by…
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Groves defeats Eubank, headed to WBSS final

WBA super middleweight champion “Saint” George Groves (28-3, 20 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Chris Eubank Jr (26-2, 20 KOs) to retain his title in a World Boxing Super Series semifinal at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England.

Photo: World Boxing Super Series

For the first eight rounds, Groves outboxed Eubank in a methodical way. Eubank fought at the distance and pace Groves wanted, plus Eubank suffered a bad cut over his right eye in the third round that bled heavily the rest of the fight. Eubank finally upped the pressure in round nine and desperately fired big shots until the end, but Groves was able to fend off the Eubank attacks.

Scores were 117-112, 116-112, 115-113. Continue reading “Groves defeats Eubank, headed to WBSS final”

WBA super middleweight champion “Saint” George Groves (28-3, 20 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Chris Eubank Jr (26-2, 20 KOs) to retain his title in a World…
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Callum Smith predicts Groves will beat Eubank

World Boxing Super Series super middleweight semi-finalist Callum Smith believes he will be facing George Groves in the final. Although focused on his semi-final against Juergen Braehmer next weekend in Germany, Smith is keeping an eye on today’s Groves-Eubank fight in the UK.

“If would have to pick, I will pick Groves on points,” stated Smith. I believe he will win the early rounds, a few rocky moments later on, but in the end, he will win on points.”

This prediction goes against the oddsmakers, who have Eubank as nearly a 2:1 favorite. Continue reading “Callum Smith predicts Groves will beat Eubank”

World Boxing Super Series super middleweight semi-finalist Callum Smith believes he will be facing George Groves in the final. Although focused on his semi-final against Juergen Braehmer next weekend in…
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Beltran beats Moses to win WBO lightweight title

Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

In his fourth world title try, 36-year-old Ray Beltran (35-7-1, 21 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over former world champion Paulus Moses (40-4, 25 KOs) to claim the vacant WBO lightweight title on Friday night at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada.

In a tough, gritty fight, the 39-year-old African sharpshooter Moses busted up the face of Beltran with jabs and right hands, but Beltran battled through the blood, rallied to win the late rounds, and pulled away to a 117-111, 117-111, 116-112 victory.

Next up for Beltran could be defense against WBO junior lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko on May 12 in Madison Square Garden.

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Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank In his fourth world title try, 36-year-old Ray Beltran (35-7-1, 21 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over former world champion Paulus Moses (40-4, 25…
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Lomachenko returns May 12

WBO jr lightweight world champion Vasyl Lomachenko will return May 12 in an ESPN-televised bout at Madison Square Garden in New York City. There was talk of Loma challenging WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares, however those negotiations have hit a snag because Linares’ promoter Golden Boy is planning an HBO card the same night featuring a replay of the prior week’s GGG-Canelo rematch. According to ESPN, the May 12 date is locked in and Lomachenko will be fighting someone that night at MSG.

WBO jr lightweight world champion Vasyl Lomachenko will return May 12 in an ESPN-televised bout at Madison Square Garden in New York City. There was talk of Loma challenging WBA…
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Luis Ortiz: Wilder’s trash talk makes me laugh

Unbeaten heavyweight contender Luis “The Real King Kong” Ortiz has commented on WBC heavyweight world champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder, who he challenges on March 3 live on SHOWTIME from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

“He’s talking too much,” stated Ortiz from his training camp in Miami. “He’s going to have to back that up in the ring. He says he’s going to kill ‘King Kong.’ He’s going to knock me out. I want to watch him try. I’m not like those other guys he fought. I’m a real fighter. Tough and with a lot of experience. I’ve been fighting since I was 10 years old…he doesn’t intimidate me. His trash talk makes me laugh. It’s just a lot of noise. I’m hungry. I’m doing this for my family. He better take me seriously because he’s going to find himself on the canvas before he knows it. I’m going to show the world who ‘King Kong’ is.”

Unbeaten heavyweight contender Luis “The Real King Kong” Ortiz has commented on WBC heavyweight world champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder, who he challenges on March 3 live on SHOWTIME…
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Mayorga returns April 7 in Laredo

Former multiple-time world champion Ricardo Mayorga (32-10-1, 26 KOs) takes on hometown veteran Rodolfo “Cobrita” Gomez Jr. (12-4-1, 8 KOs) in a super middleweight 10-rounder on April 7 at the Laredo Energy Arena in Laredo, Texas. The 44-year-old Mayorga is coming off a loss to Andrey Sirotkin in November.

The card will be the first event presented by Lone Star Boxing Promotions. The company is headed by former boxing manager Ivaylo Gotzev (CEO), former heavyweight contender David “Nino” Rodriguez (President), and Laredo businessman Arturo Ortiz (Vice-President). Continue reading “Mayorga returns April 7 in Laredo”

Former multiple-time world champion Ricardo Mayorga (32-10-1, 26 KOs) takes on hometown veteran Rodolfo “Cobrita” Gomez Jr. (12-4-1, 8 KOs) in a super middleweight 10-rounder on April 7 at the…
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Benavidez vows to retire Gavril at final presser

Undefeated WBC super middleweight world champion David Benavidez promised to send top-rated contender Ronald Gavril into retirement in their anticipated rematch of a thrilling 2017 split-decision. Gavril, who floored Benavidez in the final minute of their Fight of the Year nominee, promised a different outcome in Saturday’s rematch on SHOWTIME from Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

Photo: Chris Farina/Mayweather Promotions

David Benavidez: “I’m going to put Gavril into retirement after this fight. I’m going to knock him out. This is going to be the fight of the night so you guys don’t want to miss it. He’s not going to want to box again after I get done with him. He dropped me but I wasn’t hurt at any point of that fight. I got back up and smiled. I did not feel his power at all.”

Ronald Gavril: “I think Benavidez talks to much. He said before the first fight that he was coming to stop me in four rounds or five rounds. He cannot stop me. And now, he said the same thing before this fight. He can’t do that. Why do you think he got a new fitness coach?”

Undefeated WBC super middleweight world champion David Benavidez promised to send top-rated contender Ronald Gavril into retirement in their anticipated rematch of a thrilling 2017 split-decision. Gavril, who floored Benavidez…
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Trainer: Horn will be boxing’s best P4P

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will become boxing’s best pound-for-pound boxer after he defeats Terrence Crawford on April 14 in Las Vegas according to Glenn Rushton, who trains Horn. “Terence has an awkward style and is effective punching either right- or left-handed, but Jeff can do exactly that, as well,” Rushton told Grantlee Kieza of the Courier Mail.

“We’re ready for whatever Terence brings. He can fight orthodox, southpaw, ‘south-odox’ or ‘ortho-paw’ – we don’t mind because Jeff is ready to change direction at any time. He and I are very confident that despite the heavy odds in favor of Terence, Jeff will shock the world again and be recognized as the best boxer in the world pound for pound.”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will become boxing’s best pound-for-pound boxer after he defeats Terrence Crawford on April 14 in Las Vegas according…
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David Benavidez: I’m going to knock Gavril out

Undefeated WBC super middleweight world champion David Benavidez says he’s going to stop top-rated contender Ronald Gavril in Saturday’s rematch of their thrilling September 2017 bout in which Benavidez won the vacant title by split decision. The SHOWTIME-televised bout takes place at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

Photo: Chris Farina/Mayweather Promotions

“I don’t think Gavril can do any better than he did in the last fight,” stated Benavidez. “He’s a one trick pony and he doesn’t have many tricks left, he’s getting old. We’ve been working on a lot of different styles for this fight and I feel more than ready. I’m very motivated. I stayed very dedicated to this training camp. I’m ready to go in there and play no games. I’m going to do what I say and I’m going to knock Gavril out! Continue reading “David Benavidez: I’m going to knock Gavril out”

Undefeated WBC super middleweight world champion David Benavidez says he’s going to stop top-rated contender Ronald Gavril in Saturday’s rematch of their thrilling September 2017 bout in which Benavidez won…
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Crawford-Horn moved to Las Vegas

By Bill Green

Unbeaten former undisputed world champion Terence Crawford and WBO 2017 Trainer of the Year Brian McIntyre have started mini-camp in Omaha, Nebraska, at the newly revamped and remodeled B&B Boxing Academy. Along with Crawford, the mini-camp holds 2012 Olympian and newly signed Top Rank super featherweight Jamel Herring (16-2, 9 KOs), Omaha’s Trevin “TopFlight” Coleman (6-1, 3 KOs), undefeated charismatic light heavyweight Steven ‘So Cold” Nelson (9-0, 7 KOs), Omaha super featherweight Kevin Nauden (0-1) and undefeated super lightweight contender Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (23-0-3, 16 KOs).

Crawford is set to face Horn on April 14th with a new location of Las Vegas being the official site as the New York/Madison Square Garden idea was scrapped by Bob Arum this week. The Mandalay Bay is the leading and most likely venue, but Arum hasn’t ruled out others. Continue reading “Crawford-Horn moved to Las Vegas”

By Bill Green Unbeaten former undisputed world champion Terence Crawford and WBO 2017 Trainer of the Year Brian McIntyre have started mini-camp in Omaha, Nebraska, at the newly revamped and…
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Broner arrested for Sexual Battery

By TMZSports.com

Former boxing champ Adrien Broner was arrested in Atlanta Monday night for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at a local shopping mall, TMZ Sports has confirmed. Officials tell us … cops were called to the Lenox Square shopping center Monday evening where a woman told police Broner had ” inappropriately groped her.”

Broner denied the allegation — but after being interviewed by cops, they believed there was enough evidence to arrest him for misdemeanor sexual battery. The 28-year-old was transported to Fulton County Jail without incident. Continue reading “Broner arrested for Sexual Battery”

By TMZSports.com Former boxing champ Adrien Broner was arrested in Atlanta Monday night for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at a local shopping mall, TMZ Sports has confirmed. Officials tell…
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Pacquiao: I’d love to fight Matthysse

By Nick Giongco

Manny Pacquiao would rather meet Lucas Matthysse of Argentina when he makes his comeback fight. “I want Matthysse,” Pacquiao told Fightnews.com® during a break in his Senate duties Tuesday afternoon.

Matthysse crowned himself as the new WBA welterweight king after knocking out Thailand’s Tewa Kiram in Los Angeles.

Citing Matthysse’s willingness to trade power punches at close range, Pacquiao swears a matchup with the Argentine puncher has all the trappings of a slugfest.

“This is the fight that I like…a fight fans would also like to see,” Pacquiao, 39, said. “I can fight in April or even May.” Continue reading “Pacquiao: I’d love to fight Matthysse”

By Nick Giongco Manny Pacquiao would rather meet Lucas Matthysse of Argentina when he makes his comeback fight. “I want Matthysse,” Pacquiao told Fightnews.com® during a break in his Senate…
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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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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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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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Wilder: I’ll easily get to 50-0

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder owns a perfect record of 39 wins, zero losses and 38 knockouts, just 11 wins away from Floyd Mayweather’s record unbeaten ledger.

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

“Once I unify all the titles then line up the mandatories, I’ll easily get to 50-0,” proclaimed Wilder. “I’m not a 12-round fighter, and I don’t get overtime. I’m a knockout artist. So that being said, I don’t take much damage, but I give all the damage. I put people in the hospitals. I put people in stretchers. When you fight me your head is not the same when you leave. When you fight me you’re really signing a death warrant!”

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder owns a perfect record of 39 wins, zero losses and 38 knockouts, just 11 wins away from Floyd Mayweather’s record unbeaten ledger. “Once I unify…
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Wilder: I don’t think Joshua wants to fight me

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder weighs in on WBA/IBF counterpart Anthony Joshua:

“I want him just as bad as everybody else wants him,” If it was up to me, we would’ve been fighting two years ago. I’ve been calling this man out. When they hyped him up and said he was this, said he was that.

Photo: Esther Lin/SHOWTIME

“I’m the type of person that I get happy for other people. With me and my happiness and me being successful, that’s all up to me. It ain’t up to nobody else. So, when I see other people doing great things, when I see good things coming to other people, I get happy for other people. It’s a hard thing for people to get happy for other people because things don’t happen for them but I’m not like that because I know my blessings will sure enough come. All I got to do is keep working. Continue reading “Wilder: I don’t think Joshua wants to fight me”

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder weighs in on WBA/IBF counterpart Anthony Joshua: “I want him just as bad as everybody else wants him,” If it was up to me, we…
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Team Oquendo wins WBA purse bid

By Craig Wick and Przemek Garczarczyk

Fightnews.com has learned that moments ago in Toronto, Canada, Team Fres Oquendo came out on top in a purse bid with current WBA heavyweight champion Manuel Charr. Team Oquendo bid $600,000 to outdistance Team Charr’s bid of $101,000. The WBA has stipulated that Charr (31-4, 17 KOs), will have 90-days to make the first defense of his heavyweight title against Oquendo (37-8, 24 KOs). More information to follow.

By Craig Wick and Przemek Garczarczyk Fightnews.com has learned that moments ago in Toronto, Canada, Team Fres Oquendo came out on top in a purse bid with current WBA heavyweight…
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Roy Jones Jr. victorious in final fight

Photos: Scott Foster

In his farewell fight, 49-year-old ring legend Roy Jones Jr. (66-9, 47 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Scott Sigmon (30-12-1, 16 KOs) in a cruiserweight clash on Thursday night at the Bay Center in Pensacola, Florida.

Jones, who has won world titles at middleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight and heavyweight, outclassed Sigmon from the get-go as he smiled and mugged for his adoring hometown fans. The 30-year-old Sigmon was game, but never really able to deal with Jones’ hand speed. Scores were 98-92 across the board.

After the fight, Jones said he entered the bout with a torn bicep. He also stated he would still be willing to fight suspended MMA star Anderson Silva, but otherwise it’s “chapter closed.” Continue reading “Roy Jones Jr. victorious in final fight”

Photos: Scott Foster In his farewell fight, 49-year-old ring legend Roy Jones Jr. (66-9, 47 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Scott Sigmon (30-12-1, 16 KOs) in…
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Arum vs. King: Hall of Fame rivalry resumes

Hall of Fame promoters Bob Arum and Don King will resume one of boxing’s fiercest rivalries when the fighters they respectively guide — top-rated contenders Jose Ramírez and Amir “Young Man” Imam — collide for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) super lightweight world title. Ramirez vs. Imam will headline a St. Patrick’s Day world title extravaganza, Saturday, March 17, at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. The Ramirez – Imam world championship event will be televised live and exclusively at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN, and ESPN Deportes and stream live on the ESPN App at 5:30 p.m. ET.

The fight between Ramirez and Imam will mark the first time Arum and King have battled each other promotionally on the same card since Miguel Cotto defended his World Boxing Association (WBA) Super Welterweight world title on March 12, 2011, stopping former world champion Ricardo Mayorga in the 12th-round.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, Thursday, February 8, at Noon EST. Tickets priced at $206, $156, $106, $81, $56 and $31, can be purchased at the Madison Square Garden Box Office and Ticketmaster.

Hall of Fame promoters Bob Arum and Don King will resume one of boxing’s fiercest rivalries when the fighters they respectively guide — top-rated contenders Jose Ramírez and Amir “Young…
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Rios: I will do whatever it takes to win

By Miguel Maravilla

Former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios (34-3-1, 25 KOs) of Oxnard, California by way of Garden City, Kansas held a media day workout Wednesday afternoon at NGBA Boxing in Lynwood, California as he prepares for his fight with two-division and two-time world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (33-1, 19 KOs) February 17 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas live on Showtime.

Photos: Idris Erba/Team Brandon Rios

Here is what Rios and his trainer Robert Garcia said prior to the workout.

Brandon Rios: “I’m really happy and I feel good for this fight. I’m sparring young cats. They are hungry and they want to prove a point. They have really been pushing me and Robert (Garcia) has done a good job along with Donald (Leary) in this camp. As long as I beat Danny Garcia, it puts me back on top!” Continue reading “Rios: I will do whatever it takes to win”

By Miguel Maravilla Former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios (34-3-1, 25 KOs) of Oxnard, California by way of Garden City, Kansas held a media day workout Wednesday afternoon at…
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Barry: Joshua won’t recover from Parker knockdown

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Kevin Barry, trainer of WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker, warns that if Parker puts WBA, IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua on the canvas on March 31 in Cardiff, Wales, Parker will not let Joshua off the hook. “I’d be very foolish to pick a round, but I can promise you this: when Joseph Parker does hit Anthony Joshua clean, if Joshua goes down I can promise you he will not recover like he did in the Klitschko fight,” Barry told Las Vegas Sports Network. “The fight will be over. Joseph Parker is a very, very good finisher. There will be times in this fight where both guys get hurt, but I like our chances a lot in this fight.”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Kevin Barry, trainer of WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker, warns that if Parker puts WBA, IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua on the canvas…
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