Mioletti stops Lampkin in two

By Ricardo Ibarra
Photos by Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net

Undefeated Jr. lightweight prospect Giovanni Cabrera Mioletti (11-0, 3 KOs) turned in the most impressive victory of his young career on Saturday night at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Washington, stopping the previously unbeaten Ray Lampkin (11-1, 4 KOs), of Portland, Oregon, in the second round of a scheduled ten.

In the main event of Brian Halquist Productions’ ‘Battle at the Boat 115,’ Mioletti used his superior hand speed and longer reach to out-land the aggressive-minded Lampkin early on and went on to score a knockdown late in the second round before the referee stepped in and called it. Continue reading “Mioletti stops Lampkin in two”

By Ricardo Ibarra Photos by Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net Undefeated Jr. lightweight prospect Giovanni Cabrera Mioletti (11-0, 3 KOs) turned in the most impressive victory of his young career on Saturday night…
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Results from Commerce, California

By Miguel Maravilla

The ladies were in action as Adeida Ruiz (4-0, 1 KO) scored a second round knockout over Brenda Enriquez (0-1) in the main event Saturday night at the Commerce Casino in Commerce, California. Ruiz jabbed as Enriquez was on the receiving end going forward. However, a huge left hook by Ruiz in round two knocked Enriquez out as the referee immediately waved off the bout at 53 seconds of the second round. Continue reading “Results from Commerce, California”

By Miguel Maravilla The ladies were in action as Adeida Ruiz (4-0, 1 KO) scored a second round knockout over Brenda Enriquez (0-1) in the main event Saturday night at…
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Conlan thrills St Paddy’s Day crowd in NYC

Unbeaten Olympian featherweight Michael Conlan (6-0, 5 KOs) beat up David Berna (15-3, 14 KOs) in a bout that took place after Ramirez-Imam on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater inside Madison Square Garden in New York City. Conlan dropped Berna with a body shot. Conlan floored Berna again in round two and the bout was waved off shortly after. Time was 1:00.

Unbeaten Olympian featherweight Michael Conlan (6-0, 5 KOs) beat up David Berna (15-3, 14 KOs) in a bout that took place after Ramirez-Imam on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater…
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Ramirez defeats Imam to claim WBC 140lb belt

In a clash for the vacant WBC super lightweight title formerly held by Terence Crawford, 2012 Olympian Jose Ramirez (22-0, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Amir “Young Master” Imam (21-2, 18 KOs) on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater inside Madison Square Garden in New York City. Good two-way action from the opening round. Ramirez was the aggressor and outworked Imam to win 120-108, 117-111, 115-113.

Photo: Top Rank

In a clash for the vacant WBC super lightweight title formerly held by Terence Crawford, 2012 Olympian Jose Ramirez (22-0, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Amir…
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Gvozdyk wins WBC interim light heavy belt

2012 Olympic bronze medalist Oleksandr Gvozdyk (15-0, 12 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Mehdi Amar (34-6-2, 16 KOs) to claim the vacant WBC interim light heavyweight title on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater inside Madison Square Garden in New York City. Gvozdyk was in command all the way, but at no time was the rugged Amar in danger of being stopped. Scores were 117-111, 116-112, 118-110.

Photo: Top Rank

2012 Olympic bronze medalist Oleksandr Gvozdyk (15-0, 12 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Mehdi Amar (34-6-2, 16 KOs) to claim the vacant WBC interim light heavyweight title…
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Joyce chops down 6’10 Palmer in 38 seconds

Olympic super heavyweight silver medalist Joe Joyce (3-0, 3 KOs) needed just 38 seconds to chop down 6’10, 300-pound Bostonian Donnie “Big Nasty” Palmer (9-2-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday at London’s York Hall. After the fight, Joyce continued to call out Dereck Chisora.

British cruiserweight titlist Matty “The Assassin” Askin (24-3-1, 15 KOs) retained his with a second round knockout of Stephen Simmons (18-3, 7 KOs).

Much hyped former kickboxing champion Ruqsana Begum and Ivanka Ivanova (1-3-1, 0 KOs) fought to a four round draw.

Olympic super heavyweight silver medalist Joe Joyce (3-0, 3 KOs) needed just 38 seconds to chop down 6’10, 300-pound Bostonian Donnie “Big Nasty” Palmer (9-2-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday at…
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Lozada ruins Verdejo comeback

In a huge upset on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater inside Madison Square Garden in New York City, Tijuana lightweight Antonio Lozada Jr (39-2, 33 KOs) TKO’d previously unbeaten Olympian Felix Verdejo (23-1, 15 KOs) in round ten. Lozada pressed the action all night and busted up Verdejo. The last round was all Lozada. He rocked Verdejo, then knocked him down, then battered him some more before referee Eddie Claudio called it off. Time was 2:37.

Photo: Top Rank

Continue reading “Lozada ruins Verdejo comeback”

In a huge upset on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater inside Madison Square Garden in New York City, Tijuana lightweight Antonio Lozada Jr (39-2, 33 KOs) TKO’d previously unbeaten…
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2,000th WBC world title fight tonight

The winner of tonight’s world title showdown in New York City between Amir Imam and Jose Ramirez will get a special belt. The World Boxing Council super lightweight title clash is the landmark 2,000th world title fight sanctioned by the organization.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Previous WBC milestone bouts:

The WBC’s first world championship fight…
Flash Elorde vs Johnny Bizarro
super featherweight Feb 16, 1963 in Manila

The 100th world championship fight…
Fighting Harada vs Manuel Caraballo
bantamweight July 4, 1967 in Tokyo

The 1,000th world championship fight…
Miguel Ángel Gonzalez vs David Sample
lightweight August 13, 1993

And the WBC’s 2,001st world championship fight? It’s coming April 15. Daigo Higa vs Cristopher Rosales for the WBC flyweight title in Japan.

The winner of tonight’s world title showdown in New York City between Amir Imam and Jose Ramirez will get a special belt. The World Boxing Council super lightweight title clash…
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Statement on Virgil Hunter From His Family

Trainer Virgil Hunter experienced a health scare this week and was hospitalized. We are happy to report that he is recovering and getting stronger every day. We appreciate everyone’s thoughts and prayers and request that his privacy be respected while he recovers. There will not be any further statements made at this time as we allow him to heal.

Trainer Virgil Hunter experienced a health scare this week and was hospitalized. We are happy to report that he is recovering and getting stronger every day. We appreciate everyone’s thoughts…
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Pennington edges Martinez

Friday night, Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing presented the 30th edition of the popular “Rockin Fights” series at the Paramount in Huntington, NY. The main event 8 round jr middleweight contest saw the streaking Courtney Pennington of Brooklyn, NY, pull off his 4th consecutive upset as he squeaked out a unanimous decision over the Bronx’s Steven Martinez. In the end it was Pennington who won by scores of 77-75 on two cards, and 78-74 on the third. Pennington improves to 12-3-2, 5 KOs while Martinez drops to 18-4, 13 KOs. Continue reading “Pennington edges Martinez”

Friday night, Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing presented the 30th edition of the popular “Rockin Fights” series at the Paramount in Huntington, NY. The main event 8 round jr middleweight contest…
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Weights from Cancun

By Gabriel F. Cordero


Cristian Mijares 134.20 vs. Fernando Saucedo 133.50
Aarón Alameda 118.80 vs. Edgar Lozano 1118.80
Juan Pablo Romero 143 vs. Valentín Martínez 146.70

Venue: Oasis Grand Arena in Cancun
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo and Cancun Boxing
TV: Televisa

By Gabriel F. Cordero Cristian Mijares 134.20 vs. Fernando Saucedo 133.50 Aarón Alameda 118.80 vs. Edgar Lozano 1118.80 Juan Pablo Romero 143 vs. Valentín Martínez 146.70 Venue: Oasis Grand Arena…
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Yamanaka, Calleros, Canizalez, Konishi make weight

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Sumio Yamada

A weigh-in ceremony took place at the fight venue, Portopia Hotel, where all the four successfully made weight at their first trip to the scale on Saturday in Kobe, Japan. The results are as follows:

WBO 105-pound title bout
Ryuya Yamanaka 47.6 kg 105 lbs (class limit)
vs.
Moises Calleros 47.6 kg 105 lbs (class limit)

WBA 108-pound title bout for the vacant championship
Carlos Canizales 48.3 kg 106.75 lbs
vs.
Reiya Konishi 48.9 kg 108 lbs (class limit)

The first fight of tomorrow’s show consisting of only four bouts will start at 5 PM.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos by Sumio Yamada A weigh-in ceremony took place at the fight venue, Portopia Hotel, where all the four successfully made weight at their first trip to…
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Joshua: I will stop Parker inside eight rounds

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBA, IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has predicted he will stop WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker before round eight in Cardiff Wales on March 31. “Joseph Parker is dedicated,” Joshua told Sky Sports. “He’s going to come 50% better than I’ve ever seen him before. But what I’ve learned is that boxing is simplified when you incorporate your feet. Even though it’s a game of punching people, your feet get you in and out of the way. So if I can transform what I’ve worked on in the gym for the last 10 to 11 weeks into the ring then hopefully I can get him out of there between six and eight.”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBA, IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has predicted he will stop WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker before round eight in Cardiff Wales on…
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Russell stops Munoz in two

In the first event of a boxing series being presented by Uprising Promotions, Evander Holyfield’s Real Deal Boxing and Wray & Nephew Rum, A Real Deal Uprising in Jamaica was headlined on Friday by Junior NABF middleweight champion Kemahl “Hitman” Russell (13-1, 11 KOs), who dismantled crafty veteran Michi Munoz (26-8, 18 KOs) in the second round at the National Arena in Kingston. Continue reading “Russell stops Munoz in two”

In the first event of a boxing series being presented by Uprising Promotions, Evander Holyfield’s Real Deal Boxing and Wray & Nephew Rum, A Real Deal Uprising in Jamaica was…
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Browne: I want to stop Whyte

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former WBA heavyweight champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne is confident he can become world heavyweight champion again after he defeats WBC #1 Dillian Whyte at the 02 Arena in London, England on March 24.

“I don’t want it to go to a judges’ decision,” Browne told Sky Sports. “I don’t like judges, so I definitely want a stoppage, whether it’s him not coming out for the round, or whatever it might be. I just want to stop him.”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former WBA heavyweight champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne is confident he can become world heavyweight champion again after he defeats WBC #1 Dillian…
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Vargas returns against Salka April 12

Former WBC super featherweight world champion Francisco “El Bandido” Vargas (24-1-2, 17 KOs) faces “Lightning” Rod Salka (24-4, 4 KOs) in a 10-round super featherweight fight in the main event of the April 12 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif.

“El Bandido” has never shied away from stealing the show with his crowd-rallying style. The 33-year-old native of Mexico City, Mexico has two Fight of the Year performances on his resume, earned in wars against former world champions Takashi Miura and Orlando “Siri” Salido. Vargas is eager to regain the title he lost in yet another war against Miguel “El Alacran” Berchelt. Continue reading “Vargas returns against Salka April 12”

Former WBC super featherweight world champion Francisco “El Bandido” Vargas (24-1-2, 17 KOs) faces “Lightning” Rod Salka (24-4, 4 KOs) in a 10-round super featherweight fight in the main event…
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Arriaza annihilates Valentin in 20 seconds

Unbeaten welterweight Roberto Arriaza (16-0, 13 KOs) needed just 20 seconds to demolish WBO Intercontinental champion Sammy Valentin (13-2, 10 KOs) on Friday night at the Bryan Glazer Center JCC in Tampa, Florida. In the first exchange of the bout, hammer-fisted Arriaza rocked hometown Valentin with a right hand and immediately followed up with a fierce attack to brutally batter Valentin to the canvas. Official time was :20.

Huge win for Arriaza, who is from Nicaragua but conducted his training camp in Los Angeles. Valentin is currently the WBO #12 ranked welterweight, so Arriaza will likely pick up a world ranking in addition to the WBO regional title.

Unbeaten welterweight Roberto Arriaza (16-0, 13 KOs) needed just 20 seconds to demolish WBO Intercontinental champion Sammy Valentin (13-2, 10 KOs) on Friday night at the Bryan Glazer Center JCC…
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Orozco beats Honorio again in comeback fight

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside

In a rematch, undefeated super lightweight contender Antonio Orozco (27-0, 17 KOs) of San Diego won an eight round unanimous decision over Mexican veteran Martin Honorio (33-13-1, 16 KOs) on Friday night at the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Orozco boxed from the start, picking his spots and landing well on Honorio. Attacking in round three, Orozco mixed it up with one-two combos and digging downstairs to Honorio’s body. Despite getting outworked, Honorio pressed on as Orozco boxed and countered. Beginning to land heavy punches in round six, Orozco continued to box patiently. Keeping his distance and boxing in round seven, Orozco’s foot slipped out of the ring apron as he continued to outwork the tough Honorio. Orozco closed strong, but Honorio stood his ground despite getting roughed up. All three judges scored the bout 79-73.

In the main event, Golden Boy Promotions’ recently signed undefeated female flyweight prospect Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada (12-0, 2 KOs) of East L.A. won a unanimous eight round decision over Sonia Osorio (8-6-1, 1 KO). Continue reading “Orozco beats Honorio again in comeback fight”

By Miguel Maravilla at ringside In a rematch, undefeated super lightweight contender Antonio Orozco (27-0, 17 KOs) of San Diego won an eight round unanimous decision over Mexican veteran Martin…
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Chilemba and Zerafa victorious

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBC #9 light heavyweight Isaac Chilemba (24-5-2, 10 KOs) outpointed WBC #6, WBO #12, WBA #13, IBF #14 Blake Caparello (28-3-1, 10 KOs) over twelve rounds at the Melbourne Pavillion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia on Friday with the WBC International title on the line. Scores were 115-113, 115-113, 117-111.

In other action, middleweight Michael Zerafa (23-2, 13 KOs) captured the vacant Commonwealth title outpointing previously unbeaten Englishman Adam Harper (8-1, 0 KOs) over twelve rounds.

The promoter was Brian Amatruda.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBC #9 light heavyweight Isaac Chilemba (24-5-2, 10 KOs) outpointed WBC #6, WBO #12, WBA #13, IBF #14 Blake Caparello (28-3-1, 10 KOs)…
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Weights from Santo Domingo

By Robert Coster

Felix Valera 174.6 vs. Beibis Berrocal 184
(Vacant WBA Fedelatin light heavyweight title)
*Berrocal cannot win the title because he is over the weight.

Photo: Shaun Boxing

Alberto Puello 139.4 vs. Erick Lopez 139.4
(WBA Fedelatin jr welterweight title)

Wilfredo Mendez 104.5 vs. Leyman Benavides 104.5
(Vacant WBA Fedelatin strawweight title)

Abigail Soto 246 vs. Orlando Estrella 229
(Dominican heavyweight title)

Yomar Medina 137.8 vs. Tony Gomez 1345
Luis Lebron 129.5 vs. Alan Guzman 131
+ 6 More Fights

Venue: Jaragua Renaissance Hotel And Casino
Promoter: Shuanboxing Promotion
TV: Channel 56 (Tricom), Channel 17 (Claro)

By Robert Coster Felix Valera 174.6 vs. Beibis Berrocal 184 (Vacant WBA Fedelatin light heavyweight title) *Berrocal cannot win the title because he is over the weight. Alberto Puello 139.4…
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Weights from Boston

Danny “Bhoy” O’Connor 139 vs. Steve “The Dragon” Claggett 139
(WBC International silver belt super lightweight title)

William Foster III 129 vs. Nick Otieno 127.5
T.J. Doheny 122 vs. Mike Oliver 121

Venue: House of Blues in Boston
Promoter: Murphys Boxing/Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing
TV: PPV, Super Channel

Danny “Bhoy” O’Connor 139 vs. Steve “The Dragon” Claggett 139 (WBC International silver belt super lightweight title) William Foster III 129 vs. Nick Otieno 127.5 T.J. Doheny 122 vs. Mike…
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Joyce-Palmer heats up

On Saturday, London’s York Hall will host a tripleheader Fight Night to be shown live in the U.S. on Ringstar.com (starting at 6:30PM ET/3:30PM PT). Headlining the show is Olympic silver medalist heavyweight ‘The Juggernaut’ Joe Joyce (2-0, 2 KOs) against 300-pounder Donnie ‘Big Nasty’ Palmer (9-1-1, 8 KOs).

Joe Joyce: “I’ve made no secret that I am happy to face the most avoided names in the sport, Chisora was offered good money to fight me, life changing money but he was not a man of his word. I’m ready to go to work and look forward to dispatching ‘Big Nasty’.”

Donnie Palmer: “Let’s see what ‘The Juggernaut’ really has, I have watched him on tape, he is slow and one dimensional, I won’t be losing any sleep. He has bitten off more than he can chew accepting a fight with the ‘Big Nasty’. He is used to being the big man in the ring. It’s the only card he has to play. Let’s see how he copes being looked down on, the small guy in the battle. March 17th not going to be pretty, Joyce is going to lose in such a way I will put an end to his pampered career.” Continue reading “Joyce-Palmer heats up”

On Saturday, London’s York Hall will host a tripleheader Fight Night to be shown live in the U.S. on Ringstar.com (starting at 6:30PM ET/3:30PM PT). Headlining the show is Olympic…
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Imam, Ramirez, Gvozdyk, Amar make weight

Amir Imam 139.2 vs. Jose Ramirez 139
(WBC super lightweight championship)
Note: Imam-Ramirez is the 2000th world title bout in WBC history.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Oleksandr Gvozdyk 174 vs. Mehdi Amar 174
(WBC interim light heavyweight title)
Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Michael Conlan 126.4 vs. David Berna 125.2
Felix Verdejo 135.8 vs. Antonio Lozada Jr. 135.4
Jose Pedraza 136.6 vs. Jose Rodríguez 136
Christopher Diaz 129 vs. Braulio Rodríguez 129.6

Venue: Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, NYC
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: ESPN

Amir Imam 139.2 vs. Jose Ramirez 139 (WBC super lightweight championship) Note: Imam-Ramirez is the 2000th world title bout in WBC history. Oleksandr Gvozdyk 174 vs. Mehdi Amar 174 (WBC…
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Crawford responds to Horn

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Former undisputed junior welterweight champion Terence Crawford sent a message via Twitter to WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn.

Some context: Horn’s trainer Glenn Rushton told Crawford to “toughen up, princess” on Thursday after news emerged that their fight would be postponed due to a right-hand injury suffered by Crawford.

Horn’s promoter, Duco Events boss Dean Lonergan, went even further by calling Crawford a “softc**k.”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Former undisputed junior welterweight champion Terence Crawford sent a message via Twitter to WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn. @jeffhornboxer ima show you a…
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Telemundo Weights from Tampa

Sammy “Hurricane” Valentin 146 vs. Roberto “Dinamita” Arriaza 146
(WBO Intercontinental welterweight title)

Ivan Franco 140 vs. Emmanuel Roman 139
Mordecai Nagba Jr. 151 vs. Ramon Melendez 151
Dwayne Larry Jr. 125 vs. Aslan Mukanov 127
Rufat Huseynov 117 vs. Emilio Rivera 117
Jimmy Rosario 144 vs. Jesus Gonzalez 144

Valentin vs Arriaza will be televised on Boxeo Telemundo at 11:35pm on the Telemundo Network, Check your local listings
Brought to you by All Star Boxing, Inc in association with Thompson Promotions

Sammy “Hurricane” Valentin 146 vs. Roberto “Dinamita” Arriaza 146 (WBO Intercontinental welterweight title) Ivan Franco 140 vs. Emmanuel Roman 139 Mordecai Nagba Jr. 151 vs. Ramon Melendez 151 Dwayne Larry…
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