Boxing Back at MotorCity Casino-Hotel

By Bob Ryder

Boxing returns to the Sound Board inside MotorCity Casino-Hotel this Friday night as Detroit’s own Winfred “Hot Boy” Harris looks to continue his rise thorough the middleweight ranks when he battles Mexico’s Aaron Garcia in the eight round main event of a scheduled eleven bout card. Harris (16-0, 9 KOs) has mostly steam rolled through his opponents thus far and seasoned Garcia (16-7-1, 11 KOs) is somewhat of a step up in competition for him. Harris will look to impress his hometown fans but may have to work harder in this one than he has in some of his recent contests. Continue reading “Boxing Back at MotorCity Casino-Hotel”

By Bob Ryder Boxing returns to the Sound Board inside MotorCity Casino-Hotel this Friday night as Detroit’s own Winfred “Hot Boy” Harris looks to continue his rise thorough the middleweight…
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Crawford-Horn clash lands on ESPN+

Through an expansion of ESPN’s agreement with Top Rank, ESPN+ will add 12 exclusive world-class Top Rank on ESPN cards to the annual line up. Top Rank’s monthly live ESPN+ events start Saturday, June 9 with a world championship bout showcasing pound-for-pound superstar Terence “Bud” Crawford as he seeks to win a world title in a third weight class when he challenges welterweight world champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

ESPN+ will also exclusively stream six international Top Rank on ESPN cards per year, giving subscribers access to some of the sport’s best international fights. The first international live event to stream on ESPN+ will be Saturday, April 21, when former unified junior welterweight world champion Amir Khan faces Phil Lo Greco in a welterweight battle, live from Liverpool, England. Continue reading “Crawford-Horn clash lands on ESPN+”

Through an expansion of ESPN’s agreement with Top Rank, ESPN+ will add 12 exclusive world-class Top Rank on ESPN cards to the annual line up. Top Rank’s monthly live ESPN+…
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Khan: Lo Greco an idiot, will be put in his place

Amir Khan says that the personal attack from Phil Lo Greco in the build-up to their clash on April 21 at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, has fuelled his fire in training camp. Khan is back in England from training in San Francisco and is ready to lace them up for the first time in nearly two years – and in his first fight at home since April 2013 – against the Canadian. ESPN+ will televise in the U.S.

“He got personal at the press conference and that’s not right,” said Khan. “He’s going to pay for that. Talk about boxing, talk about me getting KO’d or getting beat – but going into my personal life is disrespectful and that’s made me angry.

“I want to show him who’s boss and put it on him, he needs to watch what he says. He’s an idiot and he’s going to be put in his place on April 21. Continue reading “Khan: Lo Greco an idiot, will be put in his place”

Amir Khan says that the personal attack from Phil Lo Greco in the build-up to their clash on April 21 at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, has fuelled his fire…
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Blandamura Arrives in Japan

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Italian challenger against Japanese national hero, 2012 Olympic gold medalist and WBA middleweight champ Ryota Murata, Emanuele Blandamura (27-2, 5 KOs) arrived in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday and engaged in a public workout today (Monday) at the Teiken Gym.

Blandamura, 38, might feel like a foreign challenger having come to Italy to challenge national hero, 1960 Olympic gold medalist and world champ Nino Benvenuti. The Italian said, “I wish to fight with intelligence. Murata is powerful, but I am faster. I’ll do my best.” His first crack at the world championship will take place at the Yokohama Arena on this coming Sunday.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Italian challenger against Japanese national hero, 2012 Olympic gold medalist and WBA middleweight champ Ryota Murata, Emanuele Blandamura (27-2, 5 KOs) arrived in…
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Hurd-Lara Scorecard + new photos

Photos: Sumio Yamada


Erislandy Lara had forged ahead on all three scorecards by winning round ten and eleven on all three judges’ cards. Jarrett Hurd’s 10-8 final round supplied the margin needed to turn two cards back to his favor.

For never before seen photos of the Hurd-Lara war, click here

Photos: Sumio Yamada Erislandy Lara had forged ahead on all three scorecards by winning round ten and eleven on all three judges’ cards. Jarrett Hurd’s 10-8 final round supplied the…
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Dlamini wins war at Emperors Palace

By Ron Jackson

Lerato Dlamini (11-1, 6 KOs) won the vacant WBC International featherweight title on a split decision in a toe-to-toe war with former South African featherweight champion Sydney Maluleka (17-9, 9 KOs) at Emperors Palace near Kempton Park on Sunday afternoon.

Photo: Nick Lourens

Judges Siya Vabaza Booi and Neville Hotz scored it 115-113 and 114-113 for Dlamini and judge Francis Manning had it 114-113 for Maluleka. Continue reading “Dlamini wins war at Emperors Palace”

By Ron Jackson Lerato Dlamini (11-1, 6 KOs) won the vacant WBC International featherweight title on a split decision in a toe-to-toe war with former South African featherweight champion Sydney…
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Alvarez-Travera clash April 28 in St Pete

Status Events presents a ten bout pro boxing show on April 28 at the St. Petersburg Marriott Clearwater in St Petersburg, Florida. The main event features unbeaten WBC Latin welterweight titleholder Armando Alvarez (17-0, 11 KOs) against Jesus Travera (9-5, 4 KOs) ina ten rounder. In six round bouts, Tampa Firefighter/female super lightweight Christina Swanson Campfort (4-2-1, 3 KOs) faces Karina Mendosa, unbeaten bantamweight Santiago Arroyo Jr. (6-0-1, 3 KOs) meets Leo Martinez Jr, and middleweight Raynard Hill (9-13, 5 KOs) takes on TBA.

Status Events presents a ten bout pro boxing show on April 28 at the St. Petersburg Marriott Clearwater in St Petersburg, Florida. The main event features unbeaten WBC Latin welterweight…
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Warren: Fury would jab Joshua silly

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

According to Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren, former WBA, WBO, IBF heavyweight champion Tyson Fury would defeat current WBA, WBO, IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. ”For me, he (Fury) is head and shoulders above the rest and a far superior operator, even though he has still got it all to prove again,” said Warren. “Could you see Joshua controlling Tyson like he did Parker? I can’t see it. He would jab him silly. In fairness to him, Joshua did mention Tyson in his post-fight interview and it is becoming more and more obvious that AJ is about the only sane one there!”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing According to Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren, former WBA, WBO, IBF heavyweight champion Tyson Fury would defeat current WBA, WBO, IBF heavyweight…
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Gomez stops Mayorga in eight

Local hero Rodolfo “La Cobrita” Gomez Jr. (13-4-1, 8 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over former world champion Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga (32-11-1, 26 KOs) on Saturday night at the Laredo Energy Arena in Laredo, Texas. The bout ended in a heated eighth round exchange in which Gomez sent Mayorga crashing to the canvas. The 45-year-old Mayorga suffered his second consecutive stoppage loss.

Local hero Rodolfo “La Cobrita” Gomez Jr. (13-4-1, 8 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over former world champion Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga (32-11-1, 26 KOs) on Saturday night at…
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Tyner tops Byrd in Ypsilanti, Michigan

By Brad Snyder The Undercard
Photos by Bob Ryder

Welterweight Lanardo Tyner is a boxing fan’s fighter. Perhaps, the common fan may have not heard of him. But the Michigan faithful hear his vicious body shots echo throughout the gym and sporting venues long after his fights.

If you have been lucky enough to see Larnardo “Pain Server” Tyner fight, there is no mistaking his love for the sport. He is, by far, the biggest talker in the ring and, as a matter of fact, outside the ring, as well. More importantly, he likes to be hit. But don’t be fooled. He likes to be hit, then hit back. Continue reading “Tyner tops Byrd in Ypsilanti, Michigan”

By Brad Snyder The Undercard Photos by Bob Ryder Welterweight Lanardo Tyner is a boxing fan’s fighter. Perhaps, the common fan may have not heard of him. But the Michigan…
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Zubov on the set of Creed 2

World rated cruiserweight contender Alexey Zubov on the set of Creed 2 with “Ivan Drago” and his son “Viktor Drago.”

World rated cruiserweight contender Alexey Zubov on the set of Creed 2 with “Ivan Drago” and his son “Viktor Drago.”

Castillo stops Mitchell in 10

By Robert Coster

In Ponce, Puerto Rico, Dominican Olympian Lenin Castillo (18-1-1, 10 KOs) won the vacant WBO/NABO light-heavyweight belt with a tenth round TKO over veteran Aaron “Hurricane” Mitchell (27-3-1, 21 KOs). Castillo dominated the hardy Mitchell throughout the fight and forced the stoppage in the last round. With this triumph, Castillo assures himself a spot in the WBO rankings. Continue reading “Castillo stops Mitchell in 10”

By Robert Coster In Ponce, Puerto Rico, Dominican Olympian Lenin Castillo (18-1-1, 10 KOs) won the vacant WBO/NABO light-heavyweight belt with a tenth round TKO over veteran Aaron “Hurricane” Mitchell…
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Film about the life of Panama Al Brown

By Héctor Villarreal

Produced by local filmmaker Carlos Aguilar, a documentary based on the extraordinary career of Teophilo Alphonso Brown, the first boxing world champion of Iberoamerica, was premiered on Friday night as an important piece of the 7th International Film Festival Panama 2018.

The documentary Cuando el Puño se Abre (When the Fist Opens) recounts the life, in and out the ring, of “Panama Al” Brown, who debuted as a pro fighter in 1922 in his native Colon, Panama, and was able to fight in 15 different countries in America, Europe and Africa during his 20 years of career.

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By Héctor Villarreal Produced by local filmmaker Carlos Aguilar, a documentary based on the extraordinary career of Teophilo Alphonso Brown, the first boxing world champion of Iberoamerica, was premiered on…
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Duluc stops Smith in 5

Granite Chin Promotions presented “Fight Night at The Zone” Saturday night at The Sportszone in Derry, New Hampshire.

In the main event, Dorchester, MA junior middleweight Gabriel Duluc (12-3, 3 KOs) used a vicious body attack to stop veteran Texas fighter Larry “Slomoshun” Smith (10-35-1, 7 KOs) in the fifth round. A right to the liver put Smith down, but he beat the referee Mike Ryan’s count. Smith was unable to recover as he was pinned on the ropes by Duluc, who reeled off a dozen unanswered punches, forcing referee Ryan to end the fight. Continue reading “Duluc stops Smith in 5”

Granite Chin Promotions presented “Fight Night at The Zone” Saturday night at The Sportszone in Derry, New Hampshire. In the main event, Dorchester, MA junior middleweight Gabriel Duluc (12-3, 3…
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Gonzalez wins, takes aim at Berchelt

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Former world champion Jhonny Gonzalez easily defeated Marlyn Cabrera on Saturday night at the Hotel Azul Ixtapa Convention Center in Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Gonzalez pressed the action and Cabrera did all he could to not engage. Scores were 120-108 across the board for Gonzalez, who is targeting compatriot Miguel Berchelt, current champion of the WBC at 130 pounds.

By Gabriel F. Cordero Former world champion Jhonny Gonzalez easily defeated Marlyn Cabrera on Saturday night at the Hotel Azul Ixtapa Convention Center in Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Gonzalez pressed the…
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Lara: I thought I clearly won the fight

“Besides the last round, I thought I was winning this fight easily,” said Erislandy Lara, who lost his WBA super welterweight title to IBF champ Jarrett Hurd on Saturday night in Las Vegas. “That’s not to decide the fight. I was winning the fight. One punch in a fight doesn’t determine the fight. It was a great fight for the fans. I stood there, fought and it was fun. I thought I clearly won the fight. Once again a decision goes against me, but h​ey we just have to do the rematch.”

Hurd stated, “It was a tough one, but I went out there and did exactly what I said I was going to do – fight all 12 rounds and get the victory. I didn’t feel like (I needed the knockdown). I feel like I was in control the whole fight, applying the pressure.”

“Besides the last round, I thought I was winning this fight easily,” said Erislandy Lara, who lost his WBA super welterweight title to IBF champ Jarrett Hurd on Saturday night…
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Minamoto upsets Ohashi, wins Japan 126lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Underdog Taiki Minamoto (15-5, 12 KOs), 126, captured the Japanese featherweight belt when he battered and bloodied defending champ Takenori Ohashi (15-5-2, 10 KOs), 125.75, and finally halted him at 1:12 of the seventh round on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan.

Ohashi, making his first defense, wrested the national title in bizarre fashion as the then champ Kosuke Saka misunderstood the signal ten seconds before the end of the fifth as the bell and was about to return to his corner with his hands down only to be badly knocked out by Ohashi’s vicious right hook last December. Continue reading “Minamoto upsets Ohashi, wins Japan 126lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Underdog Taiki Minamoto (15-5, 12 KOs), 126, captured the Japanese featherweight belt when he battered and bloodied defending champ Takenori Ohashi (15-5-2, 10…
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Mayfield beats Takahashi in SF

By Lucas “Lukie” Ketelle at ringside

San Francisco welterweight Karim “Hard Hitta” Mayfield (21-4-1, 11 KOs) picked up a hard-fought win over a game Gaku Takahashi (18-9-1 8KOs) in an eight-round main event bout taking place at the Grand Ballroom at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, CA in a card promoted by Hard Hitta Promotions and Humboldt Boxing.

Photo: Lucas “Lukie” Ketelle

Mayfield, who was fighting with a heavy heart started strong nearly stopping Takahashi in the first round, but Takahashi had a good jab and came to win and made the fight interesting late as Takahashi never stopped coming forward. The judges scored the bout 77-74, 77-75 and 77-75 for Mayfield. Continue reading “Mayfield beats Takahashi in SF”

By Lucas “Lukie” Ketelle at ringside San Francisco welterweight Karim “Hard Hitta” Mayfield (21-4-1, 11 KOs) picked up a hard-fought win over a game Gaku Takahashi (18-9-1 8KOs) in an…
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Hurd drops Lara late to unify WBA and IBF titles

Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

In a tough, gritty WBA/IBF super welterweight unification clash, IBF champ Jarrett Hurd (22-0, 15 KOs) scored a twelfth round knockdown to take the title of WBA champ Erislandy Lara (25-2-2, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at “The Joint” inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The much larger Hurd stalked and punished Lara, who punished him back with counter shots. Hurd upped the tempo down the stretch, dropping Lara in round twelve to get the margin of victory. Scores were 114-113 Lara, 114-113, 114-113 Hurd. Without the late knockdown, the result would have been a draw.

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Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME In a tough, gritty WBA/IBF super welterweight unification clash, IBF champ Jarrett Hurd (22-0, 15 KOs) scored a twelfth round knockdown to take the title of WBA…
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DeGale beats Truax to win back IBF super middle title

Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

Super middleweight James “Chunky” DeGale (24-2-1, 14 KOs) regained the IBF world title by avenging last year’s upset loss to “Golden” Caleb Truax (29-4-2, 18 KOs) via twelve round unanimous decision on Saturday night at “The Joint” inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

DeGale won despite a bad cut over the right eye in round three that bled throughout the bout, ruled by a punch although the replay showed a clear headbutt. A point was deducted from DeGale in round ten for pushing. DeGale won the championship rounds (11 and 12) on all three judges’ scorecards to get the win. Scores were 117-110, 114-113, 114-113, all for DeGale.

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Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME Super middleweight James “Chunky” DeGale (24-2-1, 14 KOs) regained the IBF world title by avenging last year’s upset loss to “Golden” Caleb Truax (29-4-2, 18 KOs) via…
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Tyler McCreary wins in Indiana

By Boxing Bob Newman

Undefeated super featherweight Tyler McCreary wasted little time in dispatching Mexico’s Gustavo Molina at the Grand Victoria Casino in Rising Sun, Indiana. Within the first 45 seconds, Molina crashed to the canvas courtesy of a McCreary left hook to the jaw. It looked as if the bout was over, but Molina gamely rose to his feet.

Not only did he beat the count, he survived the round, no worse for the wear. It looked like Molina would get back into the fight as he pressured McCreary to the ropes, though McCreary looked a willing participant. Then, a wicked left hook to the body dropped Molina to the deck in a fetal position. He beat the count barely but the ref waved it off as Molina appeared unsteady on his legs. The time was 2:47 of the round. McCreary moves to 15-0, 7 KOs. Molina drops to 25-19, 9 KOs.

By Boxing Bob Newman Undefeated super featherweight Tyler McCreary wasted little time in dispatching Mexico’s Gustavo Molina at the Grand Victoria Casino in Rising Sun, Indiana. Within the first 45…
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Williams defeats Gallimore in IBF eliminator

In an IBF junior middleweight eliminator, Julian “J-Rock” Williams (25-1-1, 15 KOs) hammered out a twelve round majority decision over Nathaniel Gallimore (20-2-1, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at “The Joint” inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Scores were 116-112, 117-110 Williams, and 114-114.

Photo: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

Former world champion Sergio “The Latin Snake” Mora (29-5-2, 9 KOs) won by split decision over power-punching fan favorite Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (24-8, 20 KOs) in a super middleweight battle. Mora got off to a good start, but Angulo woke up in round four and started to connect. When the dust settled after eight rounds, Judges had it 77-75 Angulo, 78-74, 78-74 Mora. Continue reading “Williams defeats Gallimore in IBF eliminator”

In an IBF junior middleweight eliminator, Julian “J-Rock” Williams (25-1-1, 15 KOs) hammered out a twelve round majority decision over Nathaniel Gallimore (20-2-1, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at “The…
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Yoka KOs Leonet in five, remains unbeaten

No surprise. Olympic super heavyweight Gold Medalist Tony Yoka (4-0, 4 KOs) scored a fifth round KO against overmatched former French heavyweight champion Cyril “Aldo” Leonet (13-10-3, 4 KOs) on Saturday night at the Palais des Sports in Paris, France. Yoka punished Leonet the whole fight, then laid him out with a straight right through Leonet’s guard.

No surprise. Olympic super heavyweight Gold Medalist Tony Yoka (4-0, 4 KOs) scored a fifth round KO against overmatched former French heavyweight champion Cyril “Aldo” Leonet (13-10-3, 4 KOs) on…
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WBO #2 Hogan defeats WBO #3 Kelly

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

WBO #2 light middleweight Dennis Hogan (27-1-1, 7 KOs) outscored WBO #3 Jimmy Kelly (23-2, 9 KOs) over twelve rounds by unanimous decision at the Convention and Exhibition Centre Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on Saturday. Scores were 119-109, 117-113, 117-111. This was only the second loss by the Irish-born and England-based Kelly, who was previously unsuccessful in a WBO light middleweight world title challenge to Liam Smith losing in seven rounds in 2015. Irish-born and Australia-based Hogan is chasing a shot at the WBO champion Sadam Ali having suffered a twelve round points loss in WBA world title attempt against Jack Culcay in 2015. Continue reading “WBO #2 Hogan defeats WBO #3 Kelly”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing WBO #2 light middleweight Dennis Hogan (27-1-1, 7 KOs) outscored WBO #3 Jimmy Kelly (23-2, 9 KOs) over twelve rounds by unanimous decision…
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