Boxing Results

Beterbiev retains IBF light heavy title

By Robert Hough at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Artur Beterbiev (14-0, 14 KOs) is not a graceful, artistic fighter, at times more awkward than effective – but when he’s effective, you’d like his chances against a train. The IBF light heavyweight champion defended his title in serious style with a fifth round knockout of Radivoje Kalajdzic (24-2, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at Stockton Arena in Stockton, California.
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Kalajdzic moved a lot in the early going, at times elusive, at times aggressive. Beterbiev was patient, occasionally bull-rushing his opponent. When he landed the big punches, Kalajdzic hung on in there, cracking off some scoring blows of his own in frenzied exchanges. Continue reading “Beterbiev retains IBF light heavy title”

By Robert Hough at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Artur Beterbiev (14-0, 14 KOs) is not a graceful, artistic fighter, at times more awkward than effective – but when he’s effective,…
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Ortiz Jr. smashes Herrera in three

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

In a dazzling performance, 21-year old welterweight prospect Vergil Ortiz, Jr. (13-0, 13 KOs), took a big step towards graduating to contender status, nearly decapitating the normally durable gatekeeper Mauricio Herrera (24-9, 7 KOs) and earning a stoppage 29 seconds into round three of a scheduled ten round bout at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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The bout actually started very slowly, with both fighters feeling each other out over the first five minutes, Herrera understandably very cautious, throwing a few hesitant jabs while Ortiz did even less, taking his time to assess his opponent. The fight turned suddenly in the final minute of round two, when a big right hand by Ortiz rocked Herrera and started a flurry that ended with Herrera on the canvas moments before the end of the round. Continue reading “Ortiz Jr. smashes Herrera in three”

By David Robinett at ringside Photos: Emily Harney In a dazzling performance, 21-year old welterweight prospect Vergil Ortiz, Jr. (13-0, 13 KOs), took a big step towards graduating to contender…
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IBF superfly champ Ancajas hammers Funai

By Robert Hough at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas (31-1-2, 21 KOs) promised to be better after two lackluster defenses of his title and the Filipino southpaw delivered, hammering Japan’s Ryuichi Funai (31-8, 22 KOs) with a slew of nasty headshots before the fight was stopped after seven rounds before 10,105 at the Stockton Arena in Stockton, California.
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Ancajas, making his seventh title defense, started out slowly, content to observe and occasionally toss out a counter as Funai came forward. Action picked up in the third round as Ancajas threw more and landed regularly. In the fourth, the 27-year-old bludgeoned Funai, who was wobbling around some by the round’s end. Continue reading “IBF superfly champ Ancajas hammers Funai”

By Robert Hough at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas (31-1-2, 21 KOs) promised to be better after two lackluster defenses of his title and the…
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Ryder KOs Akkawy, wins WBA interim 168lb title

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

John Ryder (28-4, 16 KOs) captured the interim WBA super middleweight title with an impressive third round knockout of previously unbeaten Bilal Akkawy (20-1-1, 16 KOs) in a scheduled twelve round bout.
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Ryder, a southpaw who was slated to face off against former world champion David Lemieux in the evening’s co-featured bout before Lemieux withdrew due to injury, started slow against his substitute opponent, probing with his right jab for most of the first two rounds while Akkawy offered little in return. Ryder upped his output in round three, which changed the complexion of the fight, as Ryder dropped Akkawy early in the round with a right hook, sending Akkawy rolling head over heels from the punch. Continue reading “Ryder KOs Akkawy, wins WBA interim 168lb title”

By David Robinett at ringside Photos: Emily Harney John Ryder (28-4, 16 KOs) captured the interim WBA super middleweight title with an impressive third round knockout of previously unbeaten Bilal…
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Undercard Results from Stockton, California

By Robert Hough at ringside

After days of dizzying hype, fighting in an arena full of hometown support, expectations, hopes and drown-out-the-ring-announcer crowd noise, Stockton’s teenage star Gabriel Flores Jr. (13-0, 6 KOs) delivered. The lightweight scored a one-punch knockout of Eduardo Pereira Reis (23-6, 19 KOs) at 1:14 of the third round.

Flores Jr., who turned 19 on Wednesday, spent essentially no time getting a sense of Reis, immediately attacking with surly intentions, flashing a shower of jabs and artful combinations. Reis got a few things done when he got off first, but much of the fight was Flores Jr., pressing the action with an I-will-hurt-you look in his eyes. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Stockton, California”

By Robert Hough at ringside After days of dizzying hype, fighting in an arena full of hometown support, expectations, hopes and drown-out-the-ring-announcer crowd noise, Stockton’s teenage star Gabriel Flores Jr.…
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Undercard Results from Las Vegas

By Miguel Maravilla and David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

South El Monte, California’s Joseph Diaz Jr. (29-1, 15 KOs) stopped Freddy Fonseca (26-3-1, 17 KOs) of Nicaragua in round seven of a scheduled twelve round super featherweight bout.

Diaz started off fast, outlanding the aggressive Fonseca in the early rounds. Keeping up a fast pace Diaz displayed great ring generalship as his hand speed was just too much for the Nicaraguan. Continuing to outclass his opponent, Diaz stood in the pocket in the fifth making Fonseca miss and cracked him with a solid right. The hand speed was too much for Fonseca as Diaz just kept coming, a straight left by Diaz got it started as he followed up with a combo dropping the Nicaraguan. However, Diaz hand speed and skills were too much as an accumulation of punches forced the corner to throw in the towel as the referee stepped in to stop the fight at 2:07 of the seventh. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Las Vegas”

By Miguel Maravilla and David Robinett at ringside Photos: Emily Harney South El Monte, California’s Joseph Diaz Jr. (29-1, 15 KOs) stopped Freddy Fonseca (26-3-1, 17 KOs) of Nicaragua in…
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Kudura finishes Adachi

By Joe Koizumi

Unbeaten Japan-based Afghan Kudura Kaneko (10-0, 7 KOs) kept his Japanese youth welterweight belt by demolishing Rikuto Adachi (12-2, 9 KOs) with a single right shot at 3:07 of the fifth round in a scheduled eight on Friday in Osaka, Japan.

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The 21-year-old Afghan had stunned the audience with his unexpected annihilation of former national champ Toshio Arikawa last November, and his victory caused a great sensation. JBC#3 Kudura’s dream is reportedly to build a school in his native Afghanistan with his ring earnings, and this ambitious boxer is worth watching. He can really punch.

By Joe Koizumi Unbeaten Japan-based Afghan Kudura Kaneko (10-0, 7 KOs) kept his Japanese youth welterweight belt by demolishing Rikuto Adachi (12-2, 9 KOs) with a single right shot at…
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Pearson hands first loss to WBC #9 Falcao

Middleweight Christopher Pearson (17-2, 12 KOs) showed he still has the goods on previously unbeaten WBC #9 rated Yamaguchi Falcao (16-1, 7 KOs), taking ten round unanimous decision on Thursday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

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Pearson previously defeated Falcao by split decision when they met in the World Series of Boxing back in 2011. This time Pearson came on strong down the stretch to pull away to a 97-93, 96-94, 96-94 verdict. With the win, Pearson claimed the vacant WBC Latino middleweight title.

“I’m blessed with this victory,” said Pearson afterward. “Nobody knows the trials I’ve gone through. If I can be someone that inspires, then I’ll be happy. I’m going to rest for a couple days and then get right back to the gym.”

Falcao stated, “I feel like I won the fight. The judges thought he won, but I congratulate him. I’ll be back from this soon.”

In a clash for the WBC International middleweight title, Steven “Bang Bang” Butler (27-1-1, 23 KOs) won a ten round split decision over Vitalii Kopylenko (28-2, 16 KOs). Kopylenko dropped Butler in round eight with a body shot, but Butler prevailed on two cards 96-93, 96-93. Kopylenko was up 95-94 on the third card. Continue reading “Pearson hands first loss to WBC #9 Falcao”

Middleweight Christopher Pearson (17-2, 12 KOs) showed he still has the goods on previously unbeaten WBC #9 rated Yamaguchi Falcao (16-1, 7 KOs), taking ten round unanimous decision on Thursday…
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Minamoto draws with Abe, keeps Japanese 126lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

We might not call it an upset, as a champion barely kept his belt by a draw with a challenger who had been a prohibitive prefight favorite. But we witnessed a dramatic processing against the odds for the challenger.
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IBF #14 Taiki Minamoto (16-5-1, 13 KOs), 126, dropped IBF #4/WBC #9 mandatory challenger Reiya Abe (19-2-1, 9 KOs), 125.75, in the first and second rounds, gamely put on a gallant performance, withstood Abe’s retaliations in later rounds and barely retained his belt by a majority draw (94-94 twice, 95-94 for Abe) over ten hard-fought rounds on Wednesday in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading “Minamoto draws with Abe, keeps Japanese 126lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda We might not call it an upset, as a champion barely kept his belt by a draw with a challenger who had been…
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Nunez dropped four times, still wins decision

In a highly controversial result, Nicaraguan bantamweight Limber Ramirez (12-2, 4 KOs) knocked down Panama-based Cuban Leosdan Nunez (10-0, 4 KOs) four times, but still came out on the short end of an eleven round split decision on Tuesday night at the Albrook Mall in Panama City. The bout was a slugfest with Ramirez dropping Nunez in round two, twice more in round four, and a fourth time in round nine, however in the end scores were 103-102 for Nunez on two cards, while Ramirez was ahead 105-100 on the third card. With the win, Nunez retained the WBA Federation title.

Also on the card, former WBA super featherweight champion Jezzrel Corrales (23-2, 9 KOs) scored a second round KO over Onalvi Sierra (27-9-1, 24 KOs), and Fedelatin light flyweight beltholder Daniel Matellon (9-0-2, 5 KOs) retained the title with a second round KO over Mario Andrade (14-9-6, 4 KOs).

In a highly controversial result, Nicaraguan bantamweight Limber Ramirez (12-2, 4 KOs) knocked down Panama-based Cuban Leosdan Nunez (10-0, 4 KOs) four times, but still came out on the short…
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Anselmo Moreno returns with a win

By Héctor Villarreal

After almost two years of inactivity, former WBA bantamweight super champion Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno (37-6-1, 12 KOs) outclassed Mexican Daniel Colula (12-3-2, 3 KOs) to score a unanimous decision on Tuesday night at Arena Roberto Durán in Panama. The judges scored 79-72, 77-74, 78-73.

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Moreno, now invading the featherweight division, plans to fight again in August to recover his usual speed, rhythm and distance before facing a world ranked fighter.

By Héctor Villarreal After almost two years of inactivity, former WBA bantamweight super champion Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno (37-6-1, 12 KOs) outclassed Mexican Daniel Colula (12-3-2, 3 KOs) to score a…
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Zakirov, Aliyev score KOs in Moscow

A special edition of Monday Night Fights saw two unbeaten Azerbaijanian fighters score impressive knockouts at the Korston Club in Moscow, Russia.

Junior middleweight Farid Zakirov (10-0, 8 KOs) stopped his toughest opponent yet in seasoned veteran Meshack Mwankemwa (17-7-2, 10 KOs) of Tanzania in the eighth and final round.

Not to be outdone, bantamweight Farid Aliyev (5-0, 5 KOs) stopped Hamidu Kwata (7-4-1, 3 KOs) of Tanzania in round six. Kwata had never been stopped inside the distance. Aliyev has won all his bouts by KO.

Both fighters are managed by Kamil Aliyev. Shamo Boxing – Shamir Petrossian promoted the event.

A special edition of Monday Night Fights saw two unbeaten Azerbaijanian fighters score impressive knockouts at the Korston Club in Moscow, Russia. Junior middleweight Farid Zakirov (10-0, 8 KOs) stopped…
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Chauke wins vacant SA flyweight title

By Ron Jackson

After a slow start, Jackson Chauke came back to win the vacant South African flyweight title when he stopped Thabang Ramagole at 2 minutes 54 seconds into the ninth round at a packed Orient Theatre in East London on Sunday afternoon.

The 33-year-old Chauke (17-1-1, 12 KOs) from the Durandt Gym made a slow start through the first six rounds as the younger Ramagole (15-6-1, 10 KOs) proved too fast for the new champion to pile up the points with good left and right combinations.

Even though the ref warned Ramagole from the Orlando Boxing Club to keep his punches up he continued to outbox Chauke in the seventh and eighth rounds, as he proved too slick for the slow-moving Chauke. Continue reading “Chauke wins vacant SA flyweight title”

By Ron Jackson After a slow start, Jackson Chauke came back to win the vacant South African flyweight title when he stopped Thabang Ramagole at 2 minutes 54 seconds into…
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Easter-Barthelemy ends in draw

Former lightweight world champion Robert Easter Jr. (21-1-1, 14 KOs) and former two-division champion Rances Barthelemy (27-1-1, 14 KOs) fought to a slow-paced twelve round draw in a bout for the vacant WBA lightweight title on Saturday night at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

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It was a tactical affair with low punch output as both cagey boxers carefully looked to gain an edge in very close rounds. In the end, scores were 115-113 Easter, 115-113 Barthelemy, 114-114. Both fighters called for a rematch after the fight. Please no.

Former lightweight world champion Robert Easter Jr. (21-1-1, 14 KOs) and former two-division champion Rances Barthelemy (27-1-1, 14 KOs) fought to a slow-paced twelve round draw in a bout for…
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Prograis dethrones WBA 140lb champ Relikh

Photos: Scott Foster

Unbeaten super lightweight Regis “Rougarou” Prograis (24-0, 20 KOs) dethroned WBA champion Kiryl Relikh (23-3, 19 KOs) by sixth round TKO in a World Boxing Super series 140lb semi-final on Saturday night at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana.
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Prograis knocked down Relikh with a body shot late in round one and cut Relikh on the bridge of the nose in round two. Relikh’s only highlight was when he staggered Prograis with a punch after the bell in round two. After that, Prograis continued to break down Relikh until Relikh’s corner finally halted the punishment at 1:36 of round six.

“I told y’all beforehand, I’m the real deal. These boys can’t f*ck with me,” Prograis said afterward. “I f*cking just dominated the whole time.” Continue reading “Prograis dethrones WBA 140lb champ Relikh”

Photos: Scott Foster Unbeaten super lightweight Regis “Rougarou” Prograis (24-0, 20 KOs) dethroned WBA champion Kiryl Relikh (23-3, 19 KOs) by sixth round TKO in a World Boxing Super series…
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Donaire KOs Young, retains WBA bantam title

Photos: Scott Foster

WBA bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire (40-5, 26 KOs) scored a sensational one-punch knockout in round six over late sub Stephon Young (18-2-3) in a 118lb World Boxing Super Series semi-final on Saturday night at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana.
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36-year-old Donaire walked down Young for five rounds, then laid him out in round six with a massive left hook. Time was 2:37.

“It was a matter of time until I figured out that distance, so I kept pressuring him, and I kept taking him down until the right moment I could counter with a left hook, and that’s what happened,” Donaire stated after the fight. Continue reading “Donaire KOs Young, retains WBA bantam title”

Photos: Scott Foster WBA bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire (40-5, 26 KOs) scored a sensational one-punch knockout in round six over late sub Stephon Young (18-2-3) in a 118lb World Boxing…
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Postal, Ajagba victorious in Vegas

Former WBC super lightweight champion Viktor Postol (31-2, 12 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Mohamed Mimoune (21-3, 2 KOs) in a WBC title eliminator on Saturday night at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Postal outboxed Mimoune in a workmanlike performance to earn a 98-92, 97-93, 99-91.

Rising heavyweight sensation Efe Ajagba (10-0, 9 KOs) scored a second round TKO over former German champion Michael Wallisch (19-2, 12 KOs). Ajagba dropped Wallisch to a knee in round two, then hit Wallisch again when he was down. Ajagba got the stoppage with his follow-up barrage. Time was 1:40. The fearsome Ajagba’s only non-KO occurred when his opponent fled the ring at the opening bell rang and was DQ’d. Continue reading “Postal, Ajagba victorious in Vegas”

Former WBC super lightweight champion Viktor Postol (31-2, 12 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Mohamed Mimoune (21-3, 2 KOs) in a WBC title eliminator on Saturday…
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WBA #1 Rene Alvarado wins in Nicaragua

WRAM Boxing (William Ramirez) and Nica Boxing (Pablo Osunsa) delivered another exciting night of boxing Friday night at the Nuevo Gimnasio Nicarao in Managua, Nicaragua. The main event featured WBA #1 ranked super featherweight Rene Alvarado (31-8, 21 KOs) of Nicaragua defeating durable countryman Eusebio Osejo (30-22-3, 8 KOs). Alvarado dominated the action from the outset but Osejo came to fight. Alvarado inflicted a lot of punishment to the body and face of Osejo. So much so that Osejo did not answer the bell for round 7. Alvarado was keeping active while awaiting his world title opportunity. His twin brother Felix Alvarado is the current IBF light flyweight world champion. Continue reading “WBA #1 Rene Alvarado wins in Nicaragua”

WRAM Boxing (William Ramirez) and Nica Boxing (Pablo Osunsa) delivered another exciting night of boxing Friday night at the Nuevo Gimnasio Nicarao in Managua, Nicaragua. The main event featured WBA…
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Hernandez wins in Dallas

By Jeff Zimmerman
Photos: Jeff Zimmerman

In an all-out slugfest, super lightweight Luis Hernandez (17-0, 14 KOs) scored an impressive knockout against Diego Sanchez (18-1, 15 KOs) in the 7th round at The Real Estate Council (TREC) FightNight XXXI at Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas.

Hernandez came out swinging from the opening bell landing heavy blows to the body and head of Sanchez. Sanchez showed he was more than game as he traded punches with the taller, longer Hernandez. Hernandez initiated the action as he often put Sanchez against the ropes and teed off. Continue reading “Hernandez wins in Dallas”

By Jeff Zimmerman Photos: Jeff Zimmerman In an all-out slugfest, super lightweight Luis Hernandez (17-0, 14 KOs) scored an impressive knockout against Diego Sanchez (18-1, 15 KOs) in the 7th…
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Katzourakis shuts out Contender star Wright

Unbeaten Greek prospect Andreas Katzourakis (4-0, 3 KOs) stepped up in class and unanimously decisioned former Season Two “Contender” series star Walter Wright (17-6, 8 KOs) at the Quiet Cannon Country Club, in Montebello, California Friday night. Katzourakis showed that he was much more than just a puncher in route to his first distance fight as a professional. All three judges were in agreement after 6 completed rounds with scores of 60-54 all in favor to Katzourakis. Continue reading “Katzourakis shuts out Contender star Wright”

Unbeaten Greek prospect Andreas Katzourakis (4-0, 3 KOs) stepped up in class and unanimously decisioned former Season Two “Contender” series star Walter Wright (17-6, 8 KOs) at the Quiet Cannon…
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Rigoldi retains European jr feather title

By Marco Bratusch at ringside

European junior featherweight champion Luca Rigoldi retained his belt yesterday night in Brescia, northern Italy, where he voluntarily defended the continental title against Frenchman Anthony Settoul, headlining a Boxe Loreni card at local Palasport San Filippo. RAI Italian television broadcasted the event live in Italy. Continue reading “Rigoldi retains European jr feather title”

By Marco Bratusch at ringside European junior featherweight champion Luca Rigoldi retained his belt yesterday night in Brescia, northern Italy, where he voluntarily defended the continental title against Frenchman Anthony…
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Estrada dethrones Rungvisai for WBC superfly belt

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Former unified flyweight champion Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada (39-3, 26 KOs) scored an exciting twelve round unanimous decision to dethrone WBC super flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (47-5-1, 41 KOs) on Friday night at the Fabulous Forum in Inglewood, California.
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While cheered on by the majority Mexican fans in attendance, Estrada put on a boxing clinic for the first half of the fight while Rungvisai appeared like he was stuck in quicksand. Rungvisai finally got going in the second half of the fight but unlike in their original meeting 14 months ago, this time, Estrada did not back down but instead stood his ground and went to war with Rungvisai.

Although there were no knockdowns in the bout, there was no shortage of power punches landed in this action filled championship rematch. Ultimately, Rungvisai just ran out of time and although he made it a lot closer in the second half, Estrada was the rightful winner.

By scores of 115-113, 116-112 and 115-113, Estrada becomes the new WBC super flyweight champion. When asked about a possible rematch, Estrada said he would agree to a rematch but would ideally first have a unification bout with any of the other world champions at 115 pounds.


By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Former unified flyweight champion Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada (39-3, 26 KOs) scored an exciting twelve round unanimous decision to dethrone WBC…
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Roman beats Doheny, unifies WBA/IBF 122lb titles

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

In a fight of the year candidate, WBA super bantamweight champ Daniel Roman (27-2-1, 10KO) was the majority decision winner over now former IBF junior featherweight champ TJ Doheny (21-1, 15KO) on Friday night at the Forum in Inglewood, California.
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It was a back and forth battle throughout with Roman dropping the southpaw Doheny with a left hook over a lazy jab in the second round to get the action started.

Doheny enjoyed a big eighth round with Roman staggered and close to going down for the final minute of the round. Roman came roaring back and dropped Doheny with an uppercut to the body in the eleventh round. Doheny showed incredible courage to continue and finish the fight but in the end, it was Roman who was the clear cut winner.

By scores of 116-110, 113-113 and 116-110, Roman becomes the unified WBA and IBF 122 pound champion. Continue reading “Roman beats Doheny, unifies WBA/IBF 122lb titles”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada In a fight of the year candidate, WBA super bantamweight champ Daniel Roman (27-2-1, 10KO) was the majority decision winner over now…
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Hawkins defeats Byrd at the Met

By John DiSanto at ringside

In the main event at the Met in North Philly, Malik Hawkins, Baltimore, 15-0, 9 KOs, defeated Andre Byrd, Jacksonville, FL, 7-7-2, 1 KO, in a slow-paced welterweight fight. Hawkins scored one knockdown in round seven and won by scores of 78-74 and 80-71 twice. The win earned Hawkins the vacant NBA Americas belt. Continue reading “Hawkins defeats Byrd at the Met”

By John DiSanto at ringside In the main event at the Met in North Philly, Malik Hawkins, Baltimore, 15-0, 9 KOs, defeated Andre Byrd, Jacksonville, FL, 7-7-2, 1 KO, in…
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Ortiz remains unbeaten with first round KO

Jamaine Ortiz continued to climb the ladder Friday with a victory even more impressive than his last.

The undefeated Worcester, Mass., native kept his perfect intact with a first-round knockout win over Brazilian Vitor Jones (15-5) on Friday night at Twin River Casino Hotel, stopping his opponent at 1:50 of the opening round. The event, promoted by CES Boxing, featured nine bouts, five ending by knockout. Continue reading “Ortiz remains unbeaten with first round KO”

Jamaine Ortiz continued to climb the ladder Friday with a victory even more impressive than his last. The undefeated Worcester, Mass., native kept his perfect intact with a first-round knockout…
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