Hooker dominates LesPierre, retains WBO 140lb title

By Bob Caico at ringside
Photos: Boxing Bob Newman

WBO jr welterweight champion Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (26-0-3 17 KOs) retained his belt with a unanimous 12-round decision over previously unbeaten Mikkel “Slikk Mikk” LesPierre (21-1-1, 10 KOs) on Saturday night at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York.
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Hooker put on a clinic over the first six rounds against the southpaw from Brooklyn by way of Trinidad and Tobago. Using his 4 ½ reach advantage the champion controlled the early going with his jab then eventually throwing a double right hand to follow up. Hooker had LesPierre in serious trouble throughout the fifth round and the bell saved him after a tremendous right hand. Hooker slowed down in the seventh and eighth rounds but came out strong in the ninth. A left hook to the body dropped LesPierre to a knee and he barely made it up at the count of nine. Hooker could not follow up and LesPierre finished the round strong.

In the championship rounds, Hooker did what he needed to do to secure the win. Scores were 120-107, 119-108 and 118-109.

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By Bob Caico at ringside Photos: Boxing Bob Newman WBO jr welterweight champion Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (26-0-3 17 KOs) retained his belt with a unanimous 12-round decision over previously…
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Results from Verona, New York

By Bob Caico at ringside

Light heavyweight Callum “The One” Johnson of England dominated Sean Monaghan of New York early and often and stopped him at :23 seconds of round three. In the first round, Johnson came out with punishing body shots and straight right hands. The beating continued in the second round and a counter right hand finally dropped Monaghan. A follow-up barrage had Monaghan reeling and dropped again only to be saved by the bell after an eight count. Sensing the end Johnson overwhelmed Monaghan from the opening gong for round three finally forcing the referee to call a halt. Johnson improves to 18-1 with his 13th stoppage. Monaghan must reassess now at 29-3.

#7 WBA, #11 IBF and #15 WBC rated heavyweight Sergey Kuzmin (15-0, 11 KOs) of Russia defeated game Joey Dawejko (19-7-4) of Philadelphia by a majority 10-round decision. The fight was a chess match that had more feinting and taunting than punches landed over the first half of the fight. Kuzman landed some jabs that put a mouse under Dawejko’s left eye while Dawejko landed one shot at a time to Kuzman’s body. In the later rounds Kuzman began to land more combinations and that seemed to swing the fight his way. Dawejko took the fight on two weeks’ notice and that may account for some sluggishness on his part. Scores were 95-95, 96-94 and 96-94. With the win Kuzmin keeps the WBA Inter-continental title.

In the walkout bout, light heavyweight Junior Younan of Brooklyn defeated journeyman Derek “Superman” Findley by unanimous six-round decision. Youman raised his record to 15-0-1, 10 KOs while Findley who came to fight drops to 30-25-1. Scores were 60-54, 60-54 and 59-55. Continue reading “Results from Verona, New York”

By Bob Caico at ringside Light heavyweight Callum “The One” Johnson of England dominated Sean Monaghan of New York early and often and stopped him at :23 seconds of round…
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Results from Carson, California

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside

Welterweight Abel Ramos (24-3-2, 18 KOs) of Phoenix outpointed Francisco “Chia” Santana (25-7-1, 12 KOs) of Santa Barbara, California over the distance in a very competitive 10-round bout. Santana and Ramos exchanged right hands in the opening round to start things off. In the second, Santana landed a solid combination as he had Ramos against the ropes, later in the round, left hook to the head dropped Ramos. Popping the jab and keeping his distance in the third Ramos boxed as Santana pressed and landed a crisp left hook. Mixing it up on the inside in the fifth, Ramos outworked Santana but the veteran crouched and stayed busy.

Past the halfway point in the sixth, Ramos worked off the jab as he was cut above the lip, Santana worked his way inside as he continued to stay on top of Ramos. Santana was hurt in the final seconds of the seventh round as Ramos pressed, Santana was saved by the bell. With Santana tired in the eighth, Ramos pressed as the fight appeared to be close late in the fight. Late in the fight with the fight close, Santana pressed as Ramos stood his ground exchanging.

After 98-92, 97-92, and 95-94 as Abel Ramos wins a unanimous decision.

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Undefeated Nigerian heavyweight Efe Ajagba (9-0, 8KOs) stopped Amir Mansour (23-4-1 KOs) in two. Ajagba landed a short right hand as he sent Mansour to the canvas. Monsour was up and down a second time from a left hook in the final seconds of the opening round and was saved by the bell. The Nigerian Ajagba kept pounding away round two as he had Mansour ready to go. Mansour made it through the round but could not continue as the referee waived the bout at the end of round two. Continue reading “Results from Carson, California”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside Welterweight Abel Ramos (24-3-2, 18 KOs) of Phoenix outpointed Francisco “Chia” Santana (25-7-1, 12 KOs) of Santa Barbara, California over the distance in a very…
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Chacon beats Cusolito in Argentina

In front of a packed crowd last night at the Comercio Club in Villa Dolores, Argentina, two-time world title challenger Javier “Chispita” Chacon (28-4-1, 9 KOs) scored a mild upset by defeating fellow Argentinean Luis Emanuel Cusolito (27-3, 21 KOs) via 10-round unanimous decision. Chacon turned up the heat on Cusolito to win by scores of 96-93, 97-93 and 98-92. Cusolito deducted two points by referee Gerardo Poggi, one in the seventh round for holding and again in the eighth for low blows. By winning, Chacon picked up the Argentina (FAB) and South American super bantamweight championships, plus a likely world rating.

In front of a packed crowd last night at the Comercio Club in Villa Dolores, Argentina, two-time world title challenger Javier “Chispita” Chacon (28-4-1, 9 KOs) scored a mild upset…
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Williams KOs Renteria in four

Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions returned to Club Amazura on Friday night for its first show of 2019, bringing seven bouts to the stage in a co-promotion with The New Mexican Promotion and Fists of Legends. In addition to the fans who witnessed the action live at Club Amazura, a worldwide audience also had the opportunity to watch in real time via Fight Night Live on Facebook.

In the showcase bout of the evening, featherweight Titus Williams (8-2, 3 KOs) scored an emphatic knockout of Cristian Renteria (7-8, 6 KOs). While displaying good movement and quick footwork over the course of the first three rounds, Williams was also being sound defensively and not allowing Renteria to land any clean shots. At the same time, Williams was finding counter punch opportunities when his opposition came forward, and he used that to his advantage at the start of the fourth frame. Continue reading “Williams KOs Renteria in four”

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Spark stops Castillo in four rounds

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Former Australian super lightweight champion Steve Spark (8-1, 8 KOs) scored a fourth round knockout over Mexico’s Luis Ronaldo Castillo (19-2, 15 KOs) to capture the IBF Youth title on Saturday at Rumours International Convention Centre, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. The referee crowned the Australian at 1.18 of round four of a scheduled twelve round bout. Promoter Brendon Smith.

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Former Australian super lightweight champion Steve Spark (8-1, 8 KOs) scored a fourth round knockout over Mexico’s Luis Ronaldo Castillo (19-2, 15 KOs)…
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Vifuaviwilli upsets Brunker

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Australian-based Tanzanian super featherweight Bruno Vifuaviwili (23-2-1, 5 KOs) upset veteran Joel Brunker (34-4, 20 KOs) on Saturday over twelve rounds at the Windsor Function Centre, Windsor, NSW, Australia to claim the vacant IBF Pan Pacific title. Brunker, 33, boxed aggressively but couldn’t match the 23-year-old Vifuaviwilli’s nonstop punching workrate that at the conclusion had the scorecards in his favor 119-110, 116-113, 115-114. Continue reading “Vifuaviwilli upsets Brunker”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Australian-based Tanzanian super featherweight Bruno Vifuaviwili (23-2-1, 5 KOs) upset veteran Joel Brunker (34-4, 20 KOs) on Saturday over twelve rounds at the…
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Nicholson beats Nicklow for Maryland State Title

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside

Laurel, MD super middleweight Demond “D Best At It” Nicholson scored a first-round technical knockout over Jessie “The Beast” Nicklow of Baltimore, MD to win the Maryland State Super Middleweight title in front of a sellout crowd at Live! Casino in Hanover, MD. The bout was the main event of a Jeter Promotions card.

Nicholson made an interesting crossroads bout very easy by landing strong body shots followed by a strong straight left hand that dropped Nicklow on the seat of his pants. Nicklow beat the count but was on shaky legs. Referee David Braslow took a look and stopped the contest at 1:16. Continue reading “Nicholson beats Nicklow for Maryland State Title”

By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside Laurel, MD super middleweight Demond “D Best At It” Nicholson scored a first-round technical knockout over Jessie “The Beast” Nicklow of Baltimore, MD to…
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Saturday’s Boxing Odds

Here are Saturday’s boxing odds courtesy of The Greek Sportsbook.

Shawn Porter vs Yordenis Ugas
Shawn Porter -340
Yordenis Ugas +270
Over 9½ rounds -480
Under 9½ rounds +375

Francisco Santana vs Abel Ramos
Francisco Santana -175
Abel Ramos +150
Over 7½ rounds -400
Under 7½ rounds +300

Efe Ajagba vs Amir Mansour
Efe Ajagba -2500
Amir Mansour +1200
Over 4½ rounds +150
Under 4½ rounds -175

Dmitry Bivol vs Joe Smith Jr
Dmitry Bivol -2500
Joe Smith Jr +1200
Over 9½ rounds +140
Under 9½ rounds -165

Maurice Hooker vs Mikkel LesPierre
Maurice Hooker -1700
Mikkel LesPierre +900
Over 9½ rounds -150
Under 9½ rounds +120

Callum Johnson vs Sean Monaghan
Callum Johnson -1300
Sean Monaghan +700
Over 7½ rounds -150
Under 7½ rounds +120

Sergey Kuzmin vs Joey Dawejko
Sergey Kuzmin -3500
Joey Dawejko +1400
Over 7½ rounds -225
Under 7½ rounds +185

Eimantas Stanionis vs Samuel Figueroa
Eimantas Stanionis -1300
Samuel Figueroa +700
Over 7½ rounds -175
Under 7½ rounds +150

Here are Saturday’s boxing odds courtesy of The Greek Sportsbook. Shawn Porter vs Yordenis Ugas Shawn Porter -340 Yordenis Ugas +270 Over 9½ rounds -480 Under 9½ rounds +375 Francisco…
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Opponent named for Steve Forbes’ comeback fight

By Ricardo Ibarra

An opponent has been set for former IBF Jr. lightweight world champion Steve “2 Pound” Forbes’ return to the ring on April 6th. Forbes (35-14, 11 KOs), who will be fighting for the first time in over four years, will battle Tavorus Teague (6-24-4, 3 KOs) at the Clackamas Armory in Clackamas, Oregon, squaring off with the journeyman fighter over seven rounds in the Jr. middleweight division. Continue reading “Opponent named for Steve Forbes’ comeback fight”

By Ricardo Ibarra An opponent has been set for former IBF Jr. lightweight world champion Steve “2 Pound” Forbes’ return to the ring on April 6th. Forbes (35-14, 11 KOs),…
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Baby Juarez beats Andrade by tech decision

The rematch between two-time world title challenger and WBC #13 light flyweight Saul “Baby” Juarez (25-9-2, 13 KOs) and WBC #7 ranked Mario “Mayonesas” Andrade (14-8-6, 4 KOs) ended with an accidental head clash in round seven that left Andrade unable to continue. The bout went to the scorecards where Juarez took a 77-76, 77-75, 78-74 technical decision to claim the WBC Latino title. The bout took place at the Deportivo del Metro in Mexico City.

The rematch between two-time world title challenger and WBC #13 light flyweight Saul “Baby” Juarez (25-9-2, 13 KOs) and WBC #7 ranked Mario “Mayonesas” Andrade (14-8-6, 4 KOs) ended with…
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Tabul, Clottey victorious in Ghana

Washington State native Patrick Ferguson (14-1-1, 11KOs) lost his first professional fight in a rematch to local Abraham Tabul (15-1-1, 12KOs). The two had a disputed a draw nearly a year ago. The two picked up where they left off going a strong 12 rounds. The locals were entertained by two-way action. In the end, Tabul won by hard-earned unanimous decision. The official scorecards were Erasmus I Woo 117-114, Shadrack Aquaye 118-112, and Roger Barnor 116-112.

Former world champion Joshua Clottey (40-5, 22KOs) of Ghana returned to the ring with a 6 round TKO over Mfaume Mfaume (14-6-2, 6KOs) of Tanzania. The bout was a 10 round middleweight featured attraction. Both fighters weighed 157. It was Clotteys first fight in more than three years. He is said to be interested in making a run at a super welterweight world title.

Washington State native Patrick Ferguson (14-1-1, 11KOs) lost his first professional fight in a rematch to local Abraham Tabul (15-1-1, 12KOs). The two had a disputed a draw nearly a…
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GGG signs with DAZN

Former unified middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin has signed with DAZN.

The short announcement by DAZN reads: “We’re thrilled to announce that GGG will be joining our DAZN boxing roster for a total of six fights over the next three years. Watch GGG, Canelo, Daniel Jacobs and Anthony Joshua, plus all your favorite fighters, live and only on DAZN.”

Former unified middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin has signed with DAZN. The short announcement by DAZN reads: “We’re thrilled to announce that GGG will be joining our DAZN boxing roster for…
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Porter 1.8 lbs heavy; then makes weight

Update: Porter came back at 146.8 pounds. We have a fight!

WBC welterweight champion Shawn Porter weighed in at 148.8 pounds. He will now have two hours to make weight. Ugas weighed 146.5.

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Photo: Sean Michael Ham/TGB Promotions

Abel Ramos 146.5 vs. Francisco Santana 146.5
Efe Ajagba 240 vs. Amir Mansour 225
Damien Vázquez 117.6 vs. Juan Carlos Payano 117.8
Eimantas Stanionis 149.2 vs. Samuel Figueroa 149.4
Robert Guerrero 146.6 vs. Hevinson Herrera 144.2
Jesús Cuellar 131.8 vs. Carlos Padilla 133.8

Venue: Dignity Health Sports Park , Carson, California
Promoter: TGB Promotions
TV: FOX

Update: Porter came back at 146.8 pounds. We have a fight! WBC welterweight champion Shawn Porter weighed in at 148.8 pounds. He will now have two hours to make weight.…
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Bivol, Smith, LesPierre on weight, Hooker struggles

By Bob Newman at the scale

Update: After one hour, WBO jr. welterweight champ Maurice Hooker trimmed another 4 oz. off to get down to 140.25 lbs. One hour later he hit the mark at 140 even. The fight is on!

Dmitry Bivol 173.5 vs. Joe Smith Jr 173
(WBA light heavyweight title)

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Photo: Bob Newman

Maurice Hooker 140.5 vs. Mikkel LesPierre 138.75
(WBO jr welterweight title)
*Hooker has an hour to lose .5 pounds or he will lose the title on the scale.
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Photo: Bob Newman

Callum Johnson 173 vs Sean Monaghan 174
Sergey Kuzmin 248.5 vs Joey Dawejko 250
Israil Madramov 151.5 vs Frank Rojas 152.5
Junior Younan 171.5 vs Derrick Findley 172
Otha Jones III 132.5 vs Giorgi Gelashvili 134.25
Nikita Ababiy 162.5 vs Corey Dulaney 160

Venue: Turning Stone Resort & Casino
Promoter: Matchroom Boxing – Eddie Hearn, Star Boxing – Joe DeGuardia, DiBella Entertainment – Lou DiBella, Main Events – Kathy Duva, World of Boxing – Dmitry Ivanov
Streaming – DAZN

By Bob Newman at the scale Update: After one hour, WBO jr. welterweight champ Maurice Hooker trimmed another 4 oz. off to get down to 140.25 lbs. One hour later…
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Yarde, Dubois, Williams score KO wins

Unbeaten WBO #1, IBF #5 light heavyweight Anthony Yarde (18-0, 17 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Travis Reeves (17-4-2, 7 KOs) on Friday night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The 38-year-old Reeves was very game, but Yarde’s power was the difference. The bout was waved after Yarde landed a series of hard shots. Time was :48.

Unbeaten heavyweight Daniel Dubois (10-0, 9 KOs) scored an explosive second round KO over 6’8 Razvan Cojanu (16-6, 9 KOs). Dubois laid out Cojanu for the count with a massive left hook. Time was 2:48.

WBO #11 middleweight Liam Williams (20-2-1, 15 KOs) crushed Joe Mullender (11-3, 5 KOs) in two rounds to retain his British title. Williams dropped Mullender in round two, then brutally finished him with a flush right hand. Time 1:09. Continue reading “Yarde, Dubois, Williams score KO wins”

Unbeaten WBO #1, IBF #5 light heavyweight Anthony Yarde (18-0, 17 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Travis Reeves (17-4-2, 7 KOs) on Friday night at the Royal Albert…
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Third Festival of Gilberto Mendoza will begin March 11th in Venezuela

Venezuela will celebrate the third edition of the Gilberto Mendoza Festival, President Emeritus of the World Boxing Association (WBA). Mendoza was one of the men who has made the most contributions to boxing in the South American country and the world in general. He will receive recognition for the third time in the month in which they commemorate three years of his passing away.
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The Festival, which will start on March 11th and end on the 16th, has been growing as it has been developed. In this edition the plans are much more ambitious and there will be amateur boxing posters in 24 states of the country, a goal achieved by the WBA in association with valuable allies of Venezuela. Continue reading “Third Festival of Gilberto Mendoza will begin March 11th in Venezuela”

Venezuela will celebrate the third edition of the Gilberto Mendoza Festival, President Emeritus of the World Boxing Association (WBA). Mendoza was one of the men who has made the most…
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Juarez eyes KO tonight on Telemundo

Boxeo Telemundo Ford continues its third consecutive week of boxing tonight. The main event features a rematch between Mexico City rivals as two-time world title challenger WBC #13 Saul “Baby” Juarez (24-9-2, 13 KOs) faces WBC #7 ranked Mario “Mayonesas” Andrade (14-7-6, 4 KOs) vs. The pair battled to a ten round draw last summer. The bout is scheduled for 10 rounds with the WBC Latino light flyweight title at stake.
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Juarez came up short in his last fight valiantly dropping a decision for the world title in Japan. He feels the experience has him even hungrier to get back to challenge again. Continue reading “Juarez eyes KO tonight on Telemundo”

Boxeo Telemundo Ford continues its third consecutive week of boxing tonight. The main event features a rematch between Mexico City rivals as two-time world title challenger WBC #13 Saul “Baby”…
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Weights from Queens, NY

Titus Williams 125.6 vs. Cristian Renteria 124.2
Ariel Lopez 117 vs. Jose Chanez 116.4
Jude Franklin 124.8 vs. Aleem Jumakhonov 124.2
Mathew Gonzalez 143.2 vs. Gabor Kovacs 139.6
Jose Gonzalez 126.2 vs. David Berna 126.8
Wesley Ferrer 140.8 vs. Andrew Rodgers 141.8
Eileen Olszewski 108.2 vs. Judit Hackbold 109.6

Venue: Club Amazura, Jamaica, Queens, NY
Promoter: Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions
First bell on Friday night will ring at 7:30 PM.

Titus Williams 125.6 vs. Cristian Renteria 124.2 Ariel Lopez 117 vs. Jose Chanez 116.4 Jude Franklin 124.8 vs. Aleem Jumakhonov 124.2 Mathew Gonzalez 143.2 vs. Gabor Kovacs 139.6 Jose Gonzalez…
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Weights for Friday’s card in Hanover, MD

By Gary “Digital” Williams

Here is the scale watch for the Jeter Promotions card that will take place on Friday, March 8th at Live! Casino in Hanover, MD:

Demond Nicholson 168.2 vs. Jessie Nicklow 166.2
(Maryland State Super Middleweight championship)

Jerry Forrest 233.6 vs. Grover Young 241
Donald Wallace 181.6 vs. Lawrence Blakey 165.4
(Wallace has to reweigh tomorrow)
Greg Outlaw 140.6 vs. Tyrone Crawley 140.2
Dante Cox 134.8 vs. Drayvontay Speed Rawls 131.6
Radzhab Butaev 150 vs. Lanardo Tyner 148.4
AJ Williams 166.8 vs. Dameron Kirby 171.2
Ebrima Jawara 125 vs. Malik Loften 126
Brendan Chambers 133.2 vs. Christopher Haney 135.6

By Gary “Digital” Williams Here is the scale watch for the Jeter Promotions card that will take place on Friday, March 8th at Live! Casino in Hanover, MD: Demond Nicholson…
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European Boxing Update

By Marco Bratusch

Former WBA “regular” 168-pound beltholder Tyron Zeuge (23-1-1, 13 KOs) will be fighting against Adan Silvera (10-1, 4 Kos) for the vacant European Union (EU) super middleweight title on May 18th in Germany, on a specific site and venue still to be announced by his promoter Agon Sport, which finalized an agreement with Silvera’s handlers last week. Zeuge won the WBA secondary title in 2016 stopping Giovanni DeCarolis in their anticipated rematch in Potsdam, Germany, leaving the belt two years later to Britain’s Rocky Fielding after three successful defenses. Continue reading “European Boxing Update”

By Marco Bratusch Former WBA “regular” 168-pound beltholder Tyron Zeuge (23-1-1, 13 KOs) will be fighting against Adan Silvera (10-1, 4 Kos) for the vacant European Union (EU) super middleweight…
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Bivol: I can win world titles at 168lbs

WBA world light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol (15-0 11 KOs) could open the door to mega-fights at super middleweight as he prepares to defend his title against Joe Smith Jr (24-2, 20 KOs) on Saturday March 9 at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York, live on DAZN in the US and on Sky Sports in the UK.

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“I’m not a big guy for Light-Heavyweight, and I can make Super-Middleweight, and I said many times that I want the big fights,” said Bivol. “By that I mean that I want to fight for belts. If someone has a belt in the super middleweight or light heavyweight divisions, I would be glad to fight them. Continue reading “Bivol: I can win world titles at 168lbs”

WBA world light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol (15-0 11 KOs) could open the door to mega-fights at super middleweight as he prepares to defend his title against Joe Smith Jr…
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Porter-Ugas Final Press Conference

WBC welterweight world champion Shawn Porter and top contender Yordenis Ugas went face-to-face Thursday at the final press conference before they battle in the main event on FOX this Saturday night from Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.

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Photo: Sean Michael Ham/TGB Promotions

Shawn Porter: “I’m sure Ugas has looked at what I do in the ring and sees how tough and rough it is to fight me. He thinks he’s the better boxer and has more technical skills, which is fine with me. He can say what he wants, but the talking is done after today….Keith Thurman, Errol Spence Jr. or Manny Pacquiao. Those are all big fights that people want to see. If this fight goes the way we want it to go, those guys are the goal for the next fight.”

Yordenis Ugas: “I am 100 percent better technically than Shawn Porter. It’s going to make this a great fight on Saturday and we’re going to give the fans an incredible night. Shawn and I sparred a couple years ago but I’m a way different fighter than I was then. You’re going to see an elite fighter on Saturday.”

WBC welterweight world champion Shawn Porter and top contender Yordenis Ugas went face-to-face Thursday at the final press conference before they battle in the main event on FOX this Saturday…
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Weights from London

Anthony Yarde 174.25 vs. Travis Reeves 174.5
Daniel Dubois 240.5 vs. Razvan Cojanu 265
Liam Williams 158.75 vs. Joe Mullender 159.25
Johnny Garton 146 vs. Chris Jenkins 146.25
Hamzah Sheeraz 155.75 vs. Rod Douglas Jr. 156

Venue: Royal Albert Hall, London
Promoter: Frank Warren
TV: ESPN+

Anthony Yarde 174.25 vs. Travis Reeves 174.5 Daniel Dubois 240.5 vs. Razvan Cojanu 265 Liam Williams 158.75 vs. Joe Mullender 159.25 Johnny Garton 146 vs. Chris Jenkins 146.25 Hamzah Sheeraz…
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Weights from Puerto Rico

Jean Carlos Torres 139.6 vs. Joseph Laryea 136.5
(WBO Latino jr welterweight title)

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Photo: Marcos Mejias Ortiz/PRBBP

Wilfredo Méndez 108 vs. Armando Vázquez 108
Henry Lebrón 130 vs. David Michel Paz 129
José Aguirre 130 vs. Luis Enrique Rivera 131
Ángel Marrero 150 vs. Ronald Quintana 154
Jose Manuel Scroggin 140 vs. Nisk Steven 139
Juan Carlos Montañez 131 vs. Michael Estrada 132

Venue: Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico
Promoter: PR Best
TV: Facebook

Jean Carlos Torres 139.6 vs. Joseph Laryea 136.5 (WBO Latino jr welterweight title) Wilfredo Méndez 108 vs. Armando Vázquez 108 Henry Lebrón 130 vs. David Michel Paz 129 José Aguirre…
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