Flores-Gutierrez added to ESPN telecast

Gabriel Flores Jr., the 18-year-old phenom and former U.S. amateur standout, will make his ESPN debut on Friday as part of the world championship card headlined by Jose Ramirez’s WBC super lightweight title defense against Antonio Orozco at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif.

Flores (9-0, 5 KOs) will face Roger “El Puas” Gutierrez (7-1-1, 1 NC, 4 KOs) in a six-round junior lightweight bout. Ramirez-Orozco, Flores-Gutierrez and Jamel Herring versus John Vincent Moralde for the vacant USBA junior lightweight title will be televised live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes at 10 p.m. ET. The entire undercard will stream live at 7:30 p.m. ET in the United States on ESPN+

Gabriel Flores Jr., the 18-year-old phenom and former U.S. amateur standout, will make his ESPN debut on Friday as part of the world championship card headlined by Jose Ramirez’s WBC…
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GGG-Canelo 2 Fight Week is here

It’s finally Fight Week for the epic Golovkin-Alvarez rematch taking place in Las Vegas.

The “grand arrivals” are scheduled for Tuesday at the MGM Grand Main Lobby.
12:00 p.m. – Roman Gonzalez & Moises Fuentes
12:15 p.m.- David Lemieux & Gary O’Sullivan
12:30 p.m.- Jaime Munguia & Brandon Cook
12:45 p.m. – Gennady Golovkin
1:15 p.m. – Canelo Alvarez

The final press conference is Wednesday (press only).

There will also be fighter workouts on the MGM Grand Casino floor (next to Race & Sports Book & TAP Sports Bar)
3:00 p.m. – Vergil Ortiz Jr. & Alexis Rocha
3:30 p.m. – Brandon Cook & Moises Fuentes
4:00 p.m. – Roman Gonzalez & Gary O’Sullivan
4:30 p.m. – David Lemiuex & Jaime Munguia

On Thursday there will be an undercard press conference and Golden Boy has a live boxing show at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

On Friday is the official weigh-in at the T-Mobile Arena.
12:00 p.m. – Doors Open
2:00 p.m. – Weigh-In Begins
2:30 p.m. – PPV Fighters Weigh-In

Saturday night is the fight, and believe it or not, there are still tickets remaining from $500 to $5000 apiece.

Otherwise, you can catch the action via closed circuit in theaters, or see it in the comfort of your own living room for just $84.99 on pay-per-view.

It’s finally Fight Week for the epic Golovkin-Alvarez rematch taking place in Las Vegas. The “grand arrivals” are scheduled for Tuesday at the MGM Grand Main Lobby. 12:00 p.m. –…
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Cabrera-Mioletti defeats Padilla in Tacoma

By Ricardo Ibarra
Photos by Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net

Turning in a dominant four round performance, undefeated Jr. lightweight prospect Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti (13-0, 4 KOs) claimed his thirteenth straight victory on Saturday night at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Washington, scoring a stoppage win over Columbia’s Carlos Padilla (16-8-1, 10 KOs). In the main event of Brian Halquist Productions’ ‘Battle at the Boat’ 117, Cabrera-Mioletti controlled the fight throughout, using crafty footwork and superior hand speed to plaster Padilla for four rounds before the fight was stopped in the corner. Continue reading “Cabrera-Mioletti defeats Padilla in Tacoma”

By Ricardo Ibarra Photos by Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net Turning in a dominant four round performance, undefeated Jr. lightweight prospect Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti (13-0, 4 KOs) claimed his thirteenth straight victory on Saturday…
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Venagas remains undefeated

Saturday night in downtown San Antonio, TMB & PRB Entertainment presented “Fight Night at the Scottish Rite 2” a ten-bout card that took place at the Scottish Rite Theatre. In the six-round main event, local welterweight Gilbert Venegas (10-0, 6 KOs) took a six round unanimous decision over Armando Cardenas (9-2, 5 KOs) in a crowd-pleasing showdown. Continue reading “Venagas remains undefeated”

Saturday night in downtown San Antonio, TMB & PRB Entertainment presented “Fight Night at the Scottish Rite 2” a ten-bout card that took place at the Scottish Rite Theatre. In…
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Perez beats Aikens in war

DeCarlo Perez and Antowyan Aikens lived up to the pre-fight hype of a knockdown/dragout war that eventually saw Perez eek out an eight-round unanimous decision at The Bourbon Room inside the Showboat Hotel in Atlantic City. The bout between Atlantic City rivals, which gave Perez the New Jersey State Super Middleweight title, headlined a 10-bout card promoted by Rising Star Promotions.

The fight saw Perez push the action early as he buckled Aikens into the ropes in the 2nd round. Not only did Aikens stem the tide, but came back emphatically, as he landed a perfect right that sent Perez to the canvas. Continue reading “Perez beats Aikens in war”

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Kielczewski stops Mendoza in three

By Matt Thompson at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

In the eight round main event of an eight bout card at the Plainridge Park Casino, Plainville, Massachusetts, Ryan “The Polish Prince” Kielczewski, 135, of Quincy, MA scored win number 29 against only 3 defeats with a third round stoppage over tough Mexican journeyman Miguel Angel Mendoza, 133.8, of Aguascalientes, MX, 23-15-2, 22 KOs.
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Living up to his knockout percentage, Mendoza came out blasting, throwing thumping power shots that Kielczewski deftly blocked, circling and looking for spots between the bombs. He found his first opportunity late in the second round, hurting Mendoza with a body shot and dropping him with the follow up right to the ear. Mendoza easily beat the count, but Kielczewski had found his magic spot, and again dropped his game opponent with a picture perfect left hook to the body midway though the 3rd round for the ko victory. Continue reading “Kielczewski stops Mendoza in three”

By Matt Thompson at ringside Photos: Emily Harney In the eight round main event of an eight bout card at the Plainridge Park Casino, Plainville, Massachusetts, Ryan “The Polish Prince”…
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Spence targets Porter after fight

Following the announcement of Saturday’s decision, IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. entered the ring to challenge the newly crowned WBC welter champion Shawn Porter to a unification bout. “The same way that you called Danny out, I’m going to call you out,” said Spence. “I think I’m the best welterweight in the division. I’m ‘The Truth’ and I guarantee you I come home as unified champion. I definitely want that fight against Porter.”

Following the announcement of Saturday’s decision, IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. entered the ring to challenge the newly crowned WBC welter champion Shawn Porter to a unification bout. “The…
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Estrada calls for Rungvisai rematch

By Miguel Maravilla

Former world champion Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada (37-3, 25 KOs) of Puerto Penasco, Sonora, Mexico won a unanimous decision over fellow Mexican Felipe Orocuta (36-5, 30 KOs) Saturday night at the Forum in Inglewood, California on HBO. Fightnews.com® caught up with Estrada who talked about his victory shortly after the fight.

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Juan Francisco Estrada: “I was really happy with my performance. I really liked how Orocuta came to fight. I did my job and that was to give fans a great fight. I really want the rematch with Rungvisai. That’s why I fought tonight. I’m ready for the rematch that’s the fight I want. If not with him maybe against one of the champions Ancanjas, Nietes, or any of the champions.” Continue reading “Estrada calls for Rungvisai rematch”

By Miguel Maravilla Former world champion Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada (37-3, 25 KOs) of Puerto Penasco, Sonora, Mexico won a unanimous decision over fellow Mexican Felipe Orocuta (36-5, 30 KOs)…
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Estrada beats Orucuta in WBC superfly eliminator

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

In a twelve round WBC super flyweight title eliminator, Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada (37-3, 25 KOs) won a unanimous decision over Felipe “Gallito” Orucuta (36-5, 30 KOs) on Saturday night at the “Fabulous” Forum outside Los Angeles.
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The fight took some time to heat up and the slower earlier action seemed to favor Orucuta. However, once the pace picked up, the world class experience of former flyweight champ Estrada really started to stand out. By the championship rounds, Estrada was going for the kill against the fading Orocuta and landed what should have been scored as a knockdown in the final seconds as Orocuta’s glove touched the canvas. With the victory, Estrada becomes the mandatory challenger to Srisaket Rungvisai who beat Estrada by majority decision victory last February. Scores for the fight were 117-111, 118-110 and 117-111, all in favor of Estrada.

Continue reading “Estrada beats Orucuta in WBC superfly eliminator”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada In a twelve round WBC super flyweight title eliminator, Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada (37-3, 25 KOs) won a unanimous decision over…
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Porter defeats Garcia for WBC welterweight title

By John DiSanto at ringside
Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME

Before a crowd of 13,058 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, Shawn Porter scored a unanimous decision over Danny Garcia to capture the vacant WBC welterweight title in a close and solidly entertaining main event.
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Garcia (34-2, 20 KOs) started well, winning the first three rounds, but Porter (29-2-1, 17 KOs) turned the tide in the fourth and took control with his busier and more aggressive style. Garcia looked uncomfortable on the inside and during clinches, and that was where Porter did his best work.

From the outside, where he had room to launch his punches, Garcia did better. However Porter was able to step in and keep much of the fight close.

The tenth may have been the best round, when the boxers exchanged freely and both fought hard as the fight was winding down. However, Porter regained his edge in the final two and won by scores of 116-112 and 115-113 twice. Continue reading “Porter defeats Garcia for WBC welterweight title”

By John DiSanto at ringside Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME Before a crowd of 13,058 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, Shawn Porter scored a unanimous decision over Danny Garcia to…
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Nietes-Palicte draw, WBO 115lb belt still vacant

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Three-division world champion Donnie Nietes (41-1-5, 23KO) and Aston Palicte (24-3-1, 9KO) fought to a draw for the vacant WBO super flyweight title on Saturday night at the Forum in Inglewood, California.
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In a lackluster fight that lacked any early energy, Palicte seemed to win a few early rounds but Nietes seemed to do more than enough to win a decision by winning the middle and late rounds. Palicte was unsuccessful at either using his 9 year age advantage (27 years old to Nietes’ 36 years old) or his five-inch height advantage, often seemed off balance in the later rounds and often looked to the referee for help as Nietes counter punches landed with increasing frequency. By scores of 118-110 (Nietes), 114-114 and 116-112 (Palicte), the fight ends in a split draw with the WBO super flyweight title remaining vacant.

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By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Three-division world champion Donnie Nietes (41-1-5, 23KO) and Aston Palicte (24-3-1, 9KO) fought to a draw for the vacant WBO super flyweight…
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Ioka returns, defeats Arroyo

By Rocky Morales and Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Three weight class world champion, Kazuto Ioka (22-1, 13KO), made his invasion into super flyweight, a successful one as he thoroughly outboxed WBC #3 ranked contender, McWilliams Arroyo (17-4, 14KO), to win a ten round unanimous decision victory.
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Ioka was able to dictate ring generalship throughout and dropped Arroyo hard in the third round with a perfectly timed right cross counter. With the victory, Ioka wins the WBC Silver super flyweight title and puts himself in position to challenge WBC champion Srisaket Rungvisai or any other super flyweight champion. Judges scored it 98-92, 99-90 and 98-92 all in favor of Ioka. Continue reading “Ioka returns, defeats Arroyo”

By Rocky Morales and Miguel Maravilla at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada Three weight class world champion, Kazuto Ioka (22-1, 13KO), made his invasion into super flyweight, a successful one as…
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Ugas dominates Barrionuevo; Kownacki edges Martin

By John DiSanto and Arvin Nundloll at ringside
Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME

You’d think that a potential crack at the winner of Garcia-Porter would be enough to motivate at least one of the combatants in the 12-round welterweight title eliminator between Vegas-based Cuban Yordenis Ugas and Cesar Barrionuevo of Argentina. Yet neither that big opportunity or the recurring choruses of boos from the restless Brooklyn crowd managed to inspire either boxer to pick up the pace and fight with the slightest bit of urgency.
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So for 12 rounds, the pair did their best to back into a title shot. Barrionuevo bounced the night away, throwing a right jab from his southpaw stance while Ugas stepped forward – but in no way aggressively – and pecked away with his own jab. In round eight, something almost happened when Ugas tossed one flurry with intent. He trapped Barrionuevo near a corner and landed well. As far as action goes, that was about it. Throughout the bout, Ugas (23-3, 11 KOs) clearly did more and banked one boring round after another, while Barrionuevo (34-4-2, 24 KOs) fought only to survive (despite never really being threatened). After 12 long rounds, all three judges had Ugas up by landslide scores of 119-109 and 120-108 twice.

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Adam Kownacki went toe to toe with Charles Martin for 10 rounds in their heavyweight bout, delighting the crowd in attendance with a fight that showcased both their power and passion in a grueling bout on Saturday night at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, NY. After 10 rounds of boxing, the judges scored the fight 96-94 all in favor to Kownacki. Martin had this fight firmly in his grasp but ultimately falls to 25-2-1, 23 KOs while Kownacki remains undefeated and moves to 18-0, 14 KOs. Continue reading “Ugas dominates Barrionuevo; Kownacki edges Martin”

By John DiSanto and Arvin Nundloll at ringside Photos: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME You’d think that a potential crack at the winner of Garcia-Porter would be enough to motivate at least one…
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Khan beats Vargas by unanimous decision

Former world champion Amir “King” Khan (33-4, 20 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Samuel Vargas (29-4, 14 KOs) in a welterweight clash at the Arena Birmingham in Birmingham, England. Khan looked very fast and strong early. In a wild round two, Khan dropped Vargas and had it all going his way when suddenly Vargas floored Khan with a big right hand just before the bell. Vargas was knocked down again in round three after a punch on top of the head. Huge round five for Khan who mercilessly battered Vargas, but things slowed after that. Scores were 119-108, 119-109, 118-110.

After the fight, Khan stated he could have stopped Vargas but he wanted to do twelve rounds. He also named Manny Pacquiao and Kell Brook as potential opponents. Pacquiao is first choice, and if not Pacquaio then he’ll face Brook.

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Hassan Mwakinyo TKO2 Sam Eggington (super welterweight)
Jason Welborn SD12 Tommy Langford (middleweight)
Lewis Ritson TKO3 Oscar Amador (lightweight)
Scott Fitzgerald TKO10 Craig Morris (super welterweight)

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Hrgovic crushes Mansour in three

Rio 2016 Olympic super heavyweight bronze medalist Filip Hrgovic (6-0, 5 KOs) scored a third round KO over 46-year-old Amir Mansour (23-3-1, 16 KOs) in a bout for the WBC International heavyweight title clash on Saturday night at the Arena Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia. 6’6 Hrgovic put the shorter Mansour on the deck twice, the second time for the count.

Rio 2016 Olympic super heavyweight bronze medalist Filip Hrgovic (6-0, 5 KOs) scored a third round KO over 46-year-old Amir Mansour (23-3-1, 16 KOs) in a bout for the WBC…
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Tszyu stops Cornejo in first round

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Unbeaten 154-pound prospect Tim Tszyu (11-0, 9 KOs), son of ring legend Kostya Tszyu, scored a first round TKO over Marcos Jesus Cornejo (19-4, 18 KOs) on Saturday night at the new Bendigo Stadium in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. The bout was stopped by referee Jeff Eddy after Tszyu rocked Cornejo with some big shots. Time was 2:21.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Unbeaten 154-pound prospect Tim Tszyu (11-0, 9 KOs), son of ring legend Kostya Tszyu, scored a first round TKO over Marcos Jesus Cornejo…
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Moloney stops Concepción in 10th

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBA Oceania super flyweight champion Andrew “The Monster” Moloney (18-0, 11 KOs) scored a tenth round stoppage over former WBA super flyweight world champion Luis “El Nica” Concepción (37-6, 26 KOs) on Saturday night at the new Bendigo Stadium in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. Very tough, gritty fight. WBA #4 Moloney took control in the middle rounds. WBA #5 Concepción came on in rounds seven to nine, but the bout was waved off in round ten after Moloney landed a series of big shots. Time was 1:58.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBA Oceania super flyweight champion Andrew “The Monster” Moloney (18-0, 11 KOs) scored a tenth round stoppage over former WBA super flyweight world…
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“Big Baby” Miller: People don’t get Kownacki

By Przemek Garczarczyk

“Adam in seven, maybe little less. Charles has never fought a man like Adam, who has faster hands than Charles. The only thing he has over Adam – he was a titleholder. In some fights, I saw that Charles’ right hand has some pop in it, but people don’t get it. Sometimes they are looking at Adam’s physique, way he throws punches and they think that he’s not powerful…but Adam has a really good right hand, with power, even though he has no one punch, big killing power that really big guys have. Guys are going down fighting him because they were judging the book by its cover,” said heavyweight contender Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller, who has been a friend of Adam Kownacki since childhood.

Fighntnews.com® asked Miller for a prediction in tonight’s bout between Kownacki (17-0, 14 KOs) and former IBF champ Charles Martin (25-1, 23 KOs) from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and live on Showtime.

“Big Baby” Miller also talks at length about his upcoming bout (October 6, Chicago) against former light heavyweight/cruiserweight champion and heavyweight challenger Tomasz Adamek (53-5, 31 KO). “It will be a good fight… as long as it lasts!”

By Przemek Garczarczyk “Adam in seven, maybe little less. Charles has never fought a man like Adam, who has faster hands than Charles. The only thing he has over Adam…
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Yera beats Baules in Panama

By Héctor Villarreal

After local flyweight Jose Luis Calvo pulled out of his scheduled fight against Dominican Jonathan Arias hours before the show because of payment issues, the other six rounder became the main event of the card promoted by Cornejo Producciones at Los Libertadores in Bethania, Panama.
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Super bantam Norlan Yera (6-0, 2 KOs) a Cuban based in Panama, remains undefeated by beating local Gilmer Baules (7-9. 2 KOs) by TKO after two rounds. Continue reading “Yera beats Baules in Panama”

By Héctor Villarreal After local flyweight Jose Luis Calvo pulled out of his scheduled fight against Dominican Jonathan Arias hours before the show because of payment issues, the other six…
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Weights From San Antonio

Armando Cardenas 147.4 vs. Gilbert Venegas 149
Xavier Wilson 134.8 vs. Christian Santibanez 136.8
Johnathan Rice 255.2 vs. Terrell Woods 245.8
Luis Villareal 163 vs. Stetson Horne 163.8
Eddie Tigs 162.2 vs. Patrick Clarke 163.8
Gregory Morales 121.8 vs. Jorge De Leon 127.6
Steven Ramos 156.2 vs. Fabian Cancino 158
Jairo Castaneda 148.8 vs. Jesse Gutierrez 146.8
Richard Medina 127.6 vs. Jonathan Ewer 132.6
Victor Pasillas 124 vs. Manuel Rubalcava 125.2

Venue: Scottish Rite Theatre in San Antonio, TX
Promoter: Prince Ranch Boxing

Armando Cardenas 147.4 vs. Gilbert Venegas 149 Xavier Wilson 134.8 vs. Christian Santibanez 136.8 Johnathan Rice 255.2 vs. Terrell Woods 245.8 Luis Villareal 163 vs. Stetson Horne 163.8 Eddie Tigs…
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Weights from Atlantic City

Antowyan Aikens 165.5 vs. DeCarlo Perez 168
(New Jersey State Super Middleweight Title)

John Bauza 139 vs. Rashad Bogar 139
Omar Salem 165 vs. Mike Anderson 165.5
Isaiah Hart 160.7 vs. Dillon Kasprzak 159
Nahir Albright 140 vs. Glenford Nickey 140
Jahmal Dyer 132.9 vs. Marco Lugo 131
Tahlik Taylor 175.3 vs. Travis Toledo 172.3
Ry’shine Collins 122.3 vs. Lucky Holt 120.8
Steve Moore 144.1 vs. Kashon Hutchinson 145.3
Ryan Wilczak 158 vs. Alberto Delgado 160.9

Venue: The Showboat Hotel Bourbon Room
Promoter: Rising Star Promotions
1st Bell: 7:00 PM ET

Antowyan Aikens 165.5 vs. DeCarlo Perez 168 (New Jersey State Super Middleweight Title) John Bauza 139 vs. Rashad Bogar 139 Omar Salem 165 vs. Mike Anderson 165.5 Isaiah Hart 160.7…
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Dadashev injured, Top Rank inks four

Maxim “Mad Max” Dadashev suffered a torn bicep in training and has been forced to postpone his originally scheduled September 14 NABF super lightweight title defense against Antonio DeMarco. Jamel Herring versus John Vincent Moralde for the vacant USBA junior lightweight title has been elevated to the ESPN-televised co-feature underneath Jose Ramirez’s WBC super lightweight title defense against Antonio Orozco at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif.
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Dadashev-DeMarco has been moved to the co-feature slot on October 20 when Ryota Murata defends his WBA middleweight world title against Rob Brant at the Park Theater in Las Vegas.
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In other news, Top Rank has announced it has signed the following fighters to promotional agreements:

Former IBF jr featherweight champ Jonathan Guzman (22-1, 22 KOs)
Middleweight Tyler Howard (15-0, 10 KOs)
Super lightweight Michael Perez (25-2-2, 11 KOs)
Lightweight prospect Eric Puente (0-0)

All will see action on Top Rank on ESPN cards in 2018.

Maxim “Mad Max” Dadashev suffered a torn bicep in training and has been forced to postpone his originally scheduled September 14 NABF super lightweight title defense against Antonio DeMarco. Jamel…
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Superfly 3 Weights

Juan Francisco Estrada 114.4 vs. Felipe Orucuta 114
(WBC super flyweight eliminator)

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Donnie Nietes 114.8 vs. Aston Palicte 114.6
(WBO super flyweight title)
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Kazuto Ioka 114.6 vs. McWilliams Arroyo 114.4
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Alexandru Marin 115.2 vs. Bruno Escalante 114.2
(IBF interim super flyweight title)

Brenda Flores 102.4 vs. Louisa Hawton 101.8
(WBC interim atomweight title)

Venue: The Forum, Inglewood, California
Promoter: 360 Promotions
TV: HBO

Juan Francisco Estrada 114.4 vs. Felipe Orucuta 114 (WBC super flyweight eliminator) Donnie Nietes 114.8 vs. Aston Palicte 114.6 (WBO super flyweight title) Kazuto Ioka 114.6 vs. McWilliams Arroyo 114.4…
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Hrgovic-Mansour weigh-in results

Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Filip Hrgovic (5-0, 4 KOs) and his opponent Amir Mansour (23-2-1, 16 KOs) weighed in today ahead of their WBC International heavyweight title clash tomorrow night at the Arena Zagreb in Croatia. 6’6 Hrgovic (233 lbs.) outweighed the shorter Mansour (226 lbs.) by seven pounds.

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Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Filip Hrgovic (5-0, 4 KOs) and his opponent Amir Mansour (23-2-1, 16 KOs) weighed in today ahead of their WBC International heavyweight title clash tomorrow…
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Khan, Vargas make weight

Former world champion Amir Khan had to strip naked, but he made the 147 pound limit for his bout against Samuel Vargas, who weighed 146. Khan and Vargas clash in a twelve-rounder at the Arena Birmingham in Birmingham, UK.

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Other Weights:
Tommy Langford 159.5 vs. Jason Welborn 159
(British middleweight title)
Sam Eggington 153 vs. Hassan Mwakinyo 155

Note: DAZN is launching officially on September 10, but we’re giving us this fight for free on the DAZN Facebook and Twitter pages.

Former world champion Amir Khan had to strip naked, but he made the 147 pound limit for his bout against Samuel Vargas, who weighed 146. Khan and Vargas clash in…
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