Nathan Gorman shuts out Kingpin Johnson

As expected, unbeaten heavyweight Nathan Gorman (16-0, 11 KOs) scored an uneventful and one-sided ten round decision over late sub Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson (34-13-1, 18 KOs) on Saturday night at the Morningside Arena in Leicester, England. Gorman outworked the 39-year-old defensive specialist Johnson to win by a score of 100-90. The bout was scored by the referee, as is common practice in the U.K.

In a clash of unbeaten super lightweights, Sam Maxwell (11-0, 9 KOs) scored a Hail Mary tenth round KO over Sabri Sediri (10-1-1, 5 KOs). Sediri dropped Maxwell in both rounds one and two and rocked him several other times. Sediri began clowning in the final round and with seconds to go, Maxwell caught Sediri with a right hand and laid him out. Time was 2:46.

In a battle between light-punching unbeaten super welterweights, CJ Challenger (10-0, 2 KOs) outpointed Kyle Haywood (8-1-1, 1 KO) over ten. Score was 97-95.

As expected, unbeaten heavyweight Nathan Gorman (16-0, 11 KOs) scored an uneventful and one-sided ten round decision over late sub Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson (34-13-1, 18 KOs) on Saturday night at…
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Buatsi, Okolie, Ritson triumph

Olympic light heavyweight bronze medalist and WBA #5 rated Joshua Buatsi (10-0, 8 KOs) claimed the vacant British crown with a third round KO over Liam Conroy (16-4-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at the Copper Box Arena in London. Buatsi dropped Conroy twice in round three to end it.

Unbeaten WBA #6 cruiserweight Lawrence Okolie (12-0, 9 KOs) scored a fourth round KO over Wadi Camacho (21-8, 12 KOs) in a clash for Camacho’s Commonwealth title. Okolie dropped Camacho with a right hand, then finished him with his follow-up barrage.

Moving up to super lightweight, Lewis Ritson (18-1, 11 KOs) took a ten round unanimous decision over German Argentino Benitez (21-4, 9 KOs). Scores were 99-91, 98-92, 98-92.

Olympic light heavyweight bronze medalist and WBA #5 rated Joshua Buatsi (10-0, 8 KOs) claimed the vacant British crown with a third round KO over Liam Conroy (16-4-1, 8 KOs)…
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Weekend Boxing Odds

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

Kubrat Pulev vs Bogdan Dinu
Kubrat Pulev -2500
Bogdan Dinu +1200
Over 7½ rounds -175
Under 7½ rounds +150

Jessie Magdaleno vs Rico Ramos
Jessie Magdaleno -1100
Rico Ramos +650
Over 7½ rounds -165
Under 7½ rounds +140

Maxim Dadashev vs Ricky Sismundo
Maxim Dadashev -2500
Ricky Sismundo +1200
Over 6½ rounds -120
Under 6½ rounds -110

Charlie Edwards vs Angel Moreno
Charlie Edwards -8000
Angel Moreno +2500
Over 9½ rounds -400
Under 9½ rounds +300

Lawrence Okolie vs Wadi Camacho
Lawrence Okolie -3500
Wadi Camacho +1400
Over 5½ rounds -130
Under 5½ rounds +105

Sunday

Lamont Peterson vs Sergey Lipinets
Lamont Peterson +100
Sergey Lipinets -125
Over 9½ rounds -350
Under 9½ rounds +275

Anthony Peterson vs Argenis Mendez
Anthony Peterson -120
Argenis Mendez -105
Over 7½ rounds -400
Under 7½ rounds +300

Jamontay Clark vs Vernon Brown
Jamontay Clark -550
Vernon Brown +400

Here are this weekend’s boxing odds courtesy of The Greek Sportsbook. Kubrat Pulev vs Bogdan Dinu Kubrat Pulev -2500 Bogdan Dinu +1200 Over 7½ rounds -175 Under 7½ rounds +150…
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‘Melo’ Lopez, Calderon, Barroso win in Miami

Unbeaten world-ranked bantamweight Melvin “Melo” Lopez (19-0, 10 KOs) of Nicaragua continued his winning ways Friday night. The WRAM Boxing (William Ramirez)-managed Lopez dominated veteran Jesus Martinez (25-7, 12 KOs) of Colombia by unanimous decision. The official scorecards after 10 rounds were 99-91 twice and 98-92. The event took place at the Miccosukee Indian Gaming Resort in Miami, Florida hosted by debuting M&R Promotions.

The co-main event saw local favorite and unbeaten welterweight Harold Calderon (19-0, 11 KOs) deliver a knockout for his fans. Calderon dropped veteran Carlos Winston of Nicaragua twice in round 5 fight en route to the stoppage win in the same round.

Former WBA lightweight world champion Ismael Barroso (21-3-2, 20 KOs) of Venezuela scored a punishing 2nd round knockout of Enrique Martin Escobar (17-6, 14 KOs) of Argentina. Escobar was game early but a vicous left hook to the body ended matters. Referee Warring begin to count but stopped and waved the bout off as Escobar writhed on the mat in pain. Continue reading “‘Melo’ Lopez, Calderon, Barroso win in Miami”

Unbeaten world-ranked bantamweight Melvin “Melo” Lopez (19-0, 10 KOs) of Nicaragua continued his winning ways Friday night. The WRAM Boxing (William Ramirez)-managed Lopez dominated veteran Jesus Martinez (25-7, 12 KOs)…
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Moloney stops Gonzalez in eight

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBA #3 super flyweight Andrew Moloney (19-0, 12 KOs) stopped WBA #2 Miguel Gonzalez (29-2, 6 KOs) in round eight in their WBA eliminator on Friday night in San Francisco de Mostaza, Chile. Moloney dropped Gonzalez with a left hook and the referee called it off at the 2:50 mark.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBA #3 super flyweight Andrew Moloney (19-0, 12 KOs) stopped WBA #2 Miguel Gonzalez (29-2, 6 KOs) in round eight in their WBA…
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Brown looks to shine in FS1 opener

Unbeaten Vernon Brown (10-0-1, 7 KOs) of Chicago has a huge opportunity to make a statement against Jamontay Clark (13-1, 7 KOs) Sunday night at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland. The ten round junior middleweight bout will be the televised opener on FS1 and Fox Deportes. The event is headlined by former junior welterweight world champion Sergey Lipinets taking on two-division world champion Lamont Peterson in a 12-round welterweight match.

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Though unbeaten, this is a step up in opposition for Brown and is his first nationally televised fight. Continue reading “Brown looks to shine in FS1 opener”

Unbeaten Vernon Brown (10-0-1, 7 KOs) of Chicago has a huge opportunity to make a statement against Jamontay Clark (13-1, 7 KOs) Sunday night at the MGM National Harbor in…
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Pulev-Dinu weights from Costa Mesa

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Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Kubrat Pulev 249.8 vs. Bogdan Dinu 239.6
Jessie Magdaleno 125.6 vs. Rico Ramos 127.2
Maxim Dadashev 140.4 vs. Ricky Sismundo 140.8
Erick De Leon 131.4 vs. Jose Luis Gallegos 131.4
Javier Molina 125.8 vs. Abdiel Ramirez 125
Chris van Heerden 148.4 vs. Mahrony Montes 148.6
Tyler McCreary 127.6 vs. Roberto Castaneda 127
Bobirzhan Mominov 147.6 vs. Jonathan Steele 146.4
David Kaminsky 160.6 vs. Estevan Payan 159.4
Eric Puente 133.8 vs. Alejandro Lopez 134.6
Tervel Pulev 207.8 vs. Mitch Williams 199.8

Venue: The Hangar in Costa Mesa, California
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: ESPN, ESPN+

Kubrat Pulev 249.8 vs. Bogdan Dinu 239.6 Jessie Magdaleno 125.6 vs. Rico Ramos 127.2 Maxim Dadashev 140.4 vs. Ricky Sismundo 140.8 Erick De Leon 131.4 vs. Jose Luis Gallegos 131.4…
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Weights from San Mateo, California

By Lucas “Lukie” Ketelle

Willie Shaw 138.4 vs. Jose Marrufo 137.8
Andres Salas 197.5 vs. Fernando Caro 212.4
Eros Correa 121 vs. Zakaria Miri 121.2
Jasper Mccargo 174.1 vs. Nathan Sharp 174.7
Iris Contreras 117* vs. Beki Light 117*
Ali Ahmed 137.5 vs. Matt Gavers 138.5

Venue: San Mateo Events Center
Promoter: Ambition Empire Promotions
Matchmaker: Andy Nance
First bell 6 pm, doors open at 5 pm

* Both fighters missed on their first attempt and made weight one hour after the weigh-in.

By Lucas “Lukie” Ketelle Willie Shaw 138.4 vs. Jose Marrufo 137.8 Andres Salas 197.5 vs. Fernando Caro 212.4 Eros Correa 121 vs. Zakaria Miri 121.2 Jasper Mccargo 174.1 vs. Nathan…
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Bika fails medical exam; Thompson fight scrubbed

The match between former middleweight champion Sakio Bika and Lionell Thompson has been removed from the FS1 card on Sunday at MGM Grand National Harbor in Maryland. The fight was taken off of the card after the Maryland State Athletic Commission discovered Bika had a medical issue during his pre-fight examination on Friday.

As a result, the eight-round fight between unbeaten super featherweight prospect Cobia Breedy (12-0, 4 KOs) and Fernando Fuentes (14-7-1, 4 KOs) will now open the FS1 prelims.

The match between former middleweight champion Sakio Bika and Lionell Thompson has been removed from the FS1 card on Sunday at MGM Grand National Harbor in Maryland. The fight was…
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Tyson Fury to face Tom Schwarz

It was officially announced Saturday that heavyweights Tyson Fury and Tom Schwarz will fight on June 15 in Las Vegas. The bout could land at the MGM Grand.

In the first fight under his new ESPN deal, former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will reportedly be facing unbeaten German boxer Tom Schwarz on June 15 in Las Vegas.

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Schwarz is 24-0 with 16 KOs. His main weapon is his right hand. Fury would be Schwarz’ first world rated opponent. An official announcement is expected on Saturday’s Pulev-Dinu telecast.

It was officially announced Saturday that heavyweights Tyson Fury and Tom Schwarz will fight on June 15 in Las Vegas. The bout could land at the MGM Grand. In the…
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Peterson-Lipinets final press conference

Former two-division world champion Lamont Peterson and former 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets went face-to-face Friday at the final press conference before they meet in the main event of Premier Boxing Champions on FS1 and FOX Deportes this Sunday from MGM National Harbor in Maryland.

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Photo: Kent Green

Lamont Peterson: “Lipinets is a tough guy. He only has about 15 pro fights, but he was able to move through the ranks pretty fast. That got my attention and lets you know that he’s definitely coming to win.”

Sergey Lipinets: “I know that a win over Lamont will get me the big fights that I’m looking for. I want to be a champion at welterweight and that starts with making a statement on Sunday. I have a very tough opponent in front of me and I’m motivated by the challenge. I’m in this sport to be in the biggest and best fights. People say this is 50-50, so I’m excited to show why I’m better.”

Former two-division world champion Lamont Peterson and former 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets went face-to-face Friday at the final press conference before they meet in the main event of Premier Boxing…
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Edwards, Moreno make weight

Charlie Edwards 111.4 vs. Angel Moreno 111.2
(WBC flyweight title)

Joshua Buatsi 173.4 vs. Liam Conroy 173.6
Lawrence Okolie 199.25 vs. Wadi Camacho 199
Jason Quigley 163.5 vs. Mathias Eklund 164.25
Lewis Ritson 139.5 vs. German Argentino Benitez 139.5

Venue: Copper Box Arena, London
Promoter: Matchroom
TV: DAZN

Charlie Edwards 111.4 vs. Angel Moreno 111.2 (WBC flyweight title) Joshua Buatsi 173.4 vs. Liam Conroy 173.6 Lawrence Okolie 199.25 vs. Wadi Camacho 199 Jason Quigley 163.5 vs. Mathias Eklund…
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ESPN+ Weights from Leicester, England

Nathan Gorman 253 vs. Kevin Johnson 266
Sam Bowen 129.75 vs. Jordan McCorry 125.5
CJ Challenger 152.25 vs. Kyle Haywood 153.25

Venue: Morningside Arena, Leicester, England
Promoter: Queensberry Promotions
TV: ESPN+

Nathan Gorman 253 vs. Kevin Johnson 266 Sam Bowen 129.75 vs. Jordan McCorry 125.5 CJ Challenger 152.25 vs. Kyle Haywood 153.25 Venue: Morningside Arena, Leicester, England Promoter: Queensberry Promotions TV:…
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Rocky Martinez opponent named

Puerto Ricans Román “Rocky” Martínez, Jeyvier Cintrón and Luis “Popeye” Lebrón have opponents for their respective fights on the March 29 edition of “A Puño Limpio” at the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum in Trujillo Alto in a presentation of PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP) in association with Spartan Boxing. “For his return to the ring, Rocky Martinez will face the Hungarian Adam Mate, while Jeyvier Cintrón and Popeye Lebrón will have Nicaraguan opponents, all three in 10-round fights,” said promoter Ivan Rivera, president of PRBBP.

Martinez (29-3-3, 17 KOs), a former three-time WBO monarch at 130 pounds, returns to the ring after almost three years without fighting to face Mate (28-14, 21 KOs) in a ten round lightweight main event. Continue reading “Rocky Martinez opponent named”

Puerto Ricans Román “Rocky” Martínez, Jeyvier Cintrón and Luis “Popeye” Lebrón have opponents for their respective fights on the March 29 edition of “A Puño Limpio” at the Rubén Zayas…
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Martinez, Selby make weight

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Photo: Zanfer Promotions

Julio César Martínez 111.5 vs. Andrew Selby 112
(WBC flyweight eliminator)

Mauricio Lara 130 vs. Guillermo Ávila 131
Jaky Calvo 112 vs. Gabriela Sánchez 110.6
Rogelio Pérez 124.5 vs. Héctor García 122.7
Alexis Salazar 166.4 vs. Ulises Banda 163.1
Kevin Montiel 136 vs. Pedro Bernal 136

Venue: Recinto Ferial de Metepec, Estado de Mexico
Promoter: Promociones Zanfer & Clase y Talento
TV: TV Azteca (Mexico)

Julio César Martínez 111.5 vs. Andrew Selby 112 (WBC flyweight eliminator) Mauricio Lara 130 vs. Guillermo Ávila 131 Jaky Calvo 112 vs. Gabriela Sánchez 110.6 Rogelio Pérez 124.5 vs. Héctor…
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Weights From Toledo

By Bob Ryder

Raymond Castaneda 138.5 vs. Latorie Woodberry 138.5
Antwan Jones 167 vs. Courtney Williams 169
Robert Mumford 139 vs. Tavaris Smith 141
Terrance Jarmon 145 vs. Isaiah Vernall 146
Rondarius Hunter TBD vs. Michael Wooten 115

Venue: St. Clement’s Hall, Toledo, OH
Promoter: Pulse Boxing (Vick Green)
Matchmaker: Aaron Rodriguez
Friday Night Doors Open: 7 PM
First Fight: 8 PM

By Bob Ryder Raymond Castaneda 138.5 vs. Latorie Woodberry 138.5 Antwan Jones 167 vs. Courtney Williams 169 Robert Mumford 139 vs. Tavaris Smith 141 Terrance Jarmon 145 vs. Isaiah Vernall…
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Moloney and Gonzalez make weight

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

WBA #3 Andrew Moloney super flyweight is confident of victory over WBA #2 Miguel Gonzalez in their WBA eliminator ahead of both coming in under the 115 pound weight limit for Friday’s contest in San Francisco de Mostaza, Chile.
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“I feel great, I’ve had made weight properly and I have had a fantastic camp for this fight, possibly the best camp I’ve had in the professionals,” said Moloney. “Travelling to Chile hasn’t been a problem, and if any of their confidence has been based around that then they should be extremely worried because you can expect a career-best Andrew Moloney tomorrow evening.”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing WBA #3 Andrew Moloney super flyweight is confident of victory over WBA #2 Miguel Gonzalez in their WBA eliminator ahead of both coming…
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Lucian Bute announces retirement

Former IBF super middleweight champion Lucian Bute has announced his retirement at the age of 39. Bute compiled a 32-5 record with 27 KOs after beginning his career with 30 consecutive wins and defending his world title nine times. His final fight was a KO loss to Eleider Alvarez two years ago. Bute was a big attraction in Montreal, fighting at the Bell Centre 21 times.

Former IBF super middleweight champion Lucian Bute has announced his retirement at the age of 39. Bute compiled a 32-5 record with 27 KOs after beginning his career with 30…
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Upset: Rodriguez stops #2 Gesta in nine

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside

With the NCAA March Madness tournament beginning today, super lightweight Juan Antonio “El Mozo” Rodriguez (30-7, 26 KOs) of Puebla, Mexico pulled the upset in stopping WBO #2 rated Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta (32-3-2, 17 KOs) of San Diego in the ninth round on Thursday night at the Avalon in Hollywood, California in the Golden Boy main event.

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Photo: Sye Williams

Gesta came out aggressive from the opening bell attacking Rodriguez landing some hard shots. Countering in round two, Gesta was caught by solid right in the second but Gesta adjusted and worked off the jab. Trading on the inside in the third, Gesta and Rodriguez exchanged big punches as neither took a step back. Continuing on the inside in round four, Gesta attacked the body and mixed it up with the jab as Rodriguez began to tire but was still going forward. Keeping his distance and popping the jab, Gesta was cut on both eyes as Rodriguez pressed as he landed a solid, later both traded away till the round ended. Continue reading “Upset: Rodriguez stops #2 Gesta in nine”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside With the NCAA March Madness tournament beginning today, super lightweight Juan Antonio “El Mozo” Rodriguez (30-7, 26 KOs) of Puebla, Mexico pulled the upset in…
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Nery takes aim at a world title shot

After his spectacular KO victory against McJoe Arroyo last Saturday, Luis “Pantera” Nery (29-0, 23 KOs) appeared before the media at the Mariscos Villa Marina in Tijuana to talk about his last bout and his plans for this year. Nery was accompanied by his promoter Fernando Beltran, the Zanfer Promotions CEO, and Guillermo Brito Jr. and his manager.

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Fernando Beltran: “I think he did an excellent job and great work debuting in the United States on the right foot, just as should be done as a champion. Now the myth is over. We made 118 pounds in the United States so you can no longer say he’s not a bantamweight. We are very proud, even though the fight for the silver title was canceled. He said he would make 118 and he had no problems. Undoubtedly he’s the best bantamweight in the world and they have him rated as such.” Continue reading “Nery takes aim at a world title shot”

After his spectacular KO victory against McJoe Arroyo last Saturday, Luis “Pantera” Nery (29-0, 23 KOs) appeared before the media at the Mariscos Villa Marina in Tijuana to talk about…
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Pulev: I want the knockout real bad

IBF #1 heavyweight contender Kubrat Pulev is ready to make a splash in his U.S. debut. Pulev (26-1, 13 KOs) will take on Bogdan Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs) on ESPN in the 10-round main event Saturday evening at The Hangar in Costa Mesa, California. Two days before they enter the ring, this is what Pulev and Dinu had to say.

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Photo: Top Rank

Kubrat Pulev: I need to concentrate at all times in the ring, be focused and then knock him out. I want the knockout real bad. That is all I think about. Me getting my hand raised, looking down at him.

“After this, we want Oscar Rivas. We fought at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Rivas won that fight in a decision, and it still torments me. I want that fight bad and am asking Top Rank to do it. I saw what Rivas did to Jennings, but Rivas will pay the price for doing what he did to me at the Olympics. Continue reading “Pulev: I want the knockout real bad”

IBF #1 heavyweight contender Kubrat Pulev is ready to make a splash in his U.S. debut. Pulev (26-1, 13 KOs) will take on Bogdan Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs) on ESPN…
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Weights from Miami

Weightsmiami
Melvin Lopez 119 vs. Jesus Martinez 120
Harold Calderon 146.8 vs. Carlos Velasquez Munguia 146.4
Ismael Barroso 138 vs. Enrique Escobar 139.2
Mark Bernardez 130.6 vs. German Meraz 130.4
Aldimar Silva 126.6 vs. Nelson Machado 126.4
Armando Alvarez 148.4 vs. Juan Jesus Rivera Garces 149.4
Josec Ruiz 136.4 vs. Jose Aubel 135.8
Rashield Williams 145.8 vs. Javaune James 147
Manuel Correa 139.8 vs. Demetrius Wilson 140
Jonathan Conde 136.2 vs. Osmel Mayorga 139.4

Venue: Miccosukee Indian Gaming Resort, Miami, Florida
Promoter: Laura Ping

Melvin Lopez 119 vs. Jesus Martinez 120 Harold Calderon 146.8 vs. Carlos Velasquez Munguia 146.4 Ismael Barroso 138 vs. Enrique Escobar 139.2 Mark Bernardez 130.6 vs. German Meraz 130.4 Aldimar…
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Selby, Martinez ready for WBC eliminator

Flyweights Julio Cesar “Rey” Martinez (13-1, 10 KOs) and Andrew “Superstar” Selby (11-0, 6 KOs) faced off at their final press conference before Saturday’s WBC flyweight eliminator at the fairgrounds in Metepec, Mexico.
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Julio Cesar Martinez: “I thank my promoter Zanfer for giving me the opportunity to star on this important card, which is the prelude for the WBC world championship. We have done a lot of preparation and are highly motivated. We will win this fight, of that we have no doubts. Selby will not handle my pace and power.”

Andrew Selby: “The opportunity came to us suddenly and we’re going to make use of it. I respect Mexican boxing and respect every opponent, but I believe Martínez hasn’t faced an opponent of my level and we’re going to win clearly and take him to school.”

Flyweights Julio Cesar “Rey” Martinez (13-1, 10 KOs) and Andrew “Superstar” Selby (11-0, 6 KOs) faced off at their final press conference before Saturday’s WBC flyweight eliminator at the fairgrounds…
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Jarrett Hurd to defend against J-Rock May 11

Unified and undefeated IBF and WBA 154-pound “Swift” Jarrett Hurd (23-0, 16 KOs) will defend his titles against top contender Julian “J-Rock” Williams (26-1-1, 16 KOs) live in primetime in Premier Boxing Champions on FOX May 11 at EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, Virginia. “I couldn’t be happier to be fighting at home for the first time as a champion,” said Hurd. “My hometown has been asking me to bring the championship back home and now I can. Julian Williams is a tough opponent and I don’t see him as a stepping stone. He’s crafty, technical and fundamentally sound. I want to go out and get a decisive win and show that I’m on a different level than everybody else in the division.”

Also, unbeaten super lightweight contender Mario “El Azteca” Barrios (23-0, 15 KOs) battles Argentina’s Juan “The Pitbull” Jose Velasco (20-1, 12 KOs) in a 10-round fight and middleweight contender Matt Korobov (28-2, 14 KOs) clashes with Immanuwel Aleem (28-1-1, 22 KOs) in a 10-round bout as part of the televised action.

Unified and undefeated IBF and WBA 154-pound “Swift” Jarrett Hurd (23-0, 16 KOs) will defend his titles against top contender Julian “J-Rock” Williams (26-1-1, 16 KOs) live in primetime in…
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Maurice Hooker extends Matchroom deal

Maurice Hooker has signed an extension to his co-promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing USA and Roc Nation. Hooker defended his WBO super lightweight title with a commanding points win over Mikkel LesPierre at Turning Stone Resort Casino earlier in the month, and the Dallas native now hopes to fight at home for the first time as a world champion. ‘Mighty Mo’ now has WBC king Jose Ramirez and potential mandatory Jack Catterall in his sights.

Maurice Hooker has signed an extension to his co-promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing USA and Roc Nation. Hooker defended his WBO super lightweight title with a commanding points win over…
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