Santa Cruz beats Mares again for WBA feather belt

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

In an all-out war, Leo Santa Cruz (35-1-1, 19KO) retained his WBA featherweight title and won the WBC Diamond featherweight title with a unanimous decision victory over Abner Mares (31-3-1, 15KO) in a rematch of their 2015 bout.

Not much was different in the rematch than the original bout with the two standing toe to toe and letting their fists fly. Santa Cruz, like last time, usually seemed to do just marginally better in the exchanges. Neither fighter seriously hurt the other in a fight that was often quantity of punches over quality of punches. Continue reading “Santa Cruz beats Mares again for WBA feather belt”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME In an all-out war, Leo Santa Cruz (35-1-1, 19KO) retained his WBA featherweight title and won the WBC Diamond featherweight title with…
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Crawford halts Horn in nine, wins WBO welter title

By David Robinett at ringside
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Formerly undisputed jr welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford (33-0, 24 KOs) stepped up to welterweight to dethrone WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn (18-1-1, 12 KOs) by ninth round TKO on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. Crawford quickly figured out how to take Horn out of his game. After dominating the fight, he floored Horn in round nine and got a referee’s stoppage with his follow up barrage. Time was 2:33.

Coming into the fight one of the main storylines was whether the naturally bigger Horn could use his size to mitigate Crawford’s superior boxing skills. That turned out not to be the case, as Crawford appeared to have no problems with the higher weight class. After a tentative few early rounds, with both fighters having some moments of success, Crawford began to consistently time Horn coming forward and catch him with big shots, particularly with the left hand. When Horn would stand in one place for too long, Crawford would pop him with his right jab from the southpaw stance. Continue reading “Crawford halts Horn in nine, wins WBO welter title”

By David Robinett at ringside Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank Formerly undisputed jr welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford (33-0, 24 KOs) stepped up to welterweight to dethrone WBO welterweight champion Jeff…
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Charlo retains WBC title by decision over Trout

By Rocky Morales at ringside
Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

WBC super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo (31-0, 15 KOs) scored a twelve round majority decision over former world champion Austin Trout (31-5, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Charlo pressed the action, throughout, and dropped Trout in each the third and ninth rounds, while Trout was content to mostly safely box even when he was seemingly way down on the scorecards.

Trout, 5.5 years removed from being world champion, and 0-4 in subsequent title challenges, looked like an old fighter in the ring but an old fighter with enough boxing smarts to frustrate Charlo and stretch him to the distance to break a four fight knockout streak for Charlo. Charlo’s hand and foot speed was superior but Trout worked distance well. Besides the knockdowns, Trout appeared wobbled on numerous occasions but used his experience to survive. Continue reading “Charlo retains WBC title by decision over Trout”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Photos: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME WBC super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo (31-0, 15 KOs) scored a twelve round majority decision over former world champion Austin Trout (31-5,…
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Santa Cruz-Mares Undercard Results

By Rocky Morales at ringside

Lina Licona (1-0, 1KO) relentlessly assaulted Brittany Horton (0-2) landing about 75% of her punches on Horton who looked like she may have taken a couple boxing aerobics classes but hardly resembles a trained professional boxer. Horton went down from a barrage of punches late in the opening round but Licona seemed a little punched out in the second round allowing Horton to make it into the third round. Horton pushed her own punches throughout while Licona had plenty of mustard on her own shots attacking both the head and body with an equal lack of mercy. Finally, early in the third round, Licona cornered Horton in a corner and unleashed a barrage of punches that landed before the referee stepped in to put an end to the massacre. At 0:45 of the third round, Licona wins her debut by way of knockout in a scheduled four round light flyweight bout.

2016 Olympian, Karlos Balderas (5-0, 4KO), made short work of Alex Silva (3-8, 2KO), knocking him out at 2:25 of the first round. Balderas dropped Silva halfway into the first round and then landed a devastating body shot to the liver that had Silva rolling around on the canvas in excruciating pain as he was counted out. Karlos is the younger brother of Jose Balderas who fought and won in the preceding fight on the card. Continue reading “Santa Cruz-Mares Undercard Results”

By Rocky Morales at ringside Lina Licona (1-0, 1KO) relentlessly assaulted Brittany Horton (0-2) landing about 75% of her punches on Horton who looked like she may have taken a…
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Horn-Crawford Undercard Results

By David Robinett at ringside

Former IBF super featherweight champion Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (24-1, 12 KOs) continued his climb up the lightweight ladder with a ten round unanimous decision over Antonio Moran (22-3 15 KOs) by surprisingly close identical scores of 96-94. For his trouble Pedraza picked up the WBO Latino lightweight title. Pedraza, who took most of the year off in 2017 after losing his belt to Gervonta Davis, looked sharp in this one, using superior upper body movement and defense to evade many of Moran’s flurries and attempts at combinations, and then firing back with sharp, accurate counterpunches that shredded Moran’s face, leaving it a bloody mess from about the third round forward. When he wasn’t slipping punches Pedraza was able to cover up and absorb many of Moran’s punches with his gloves. In the later rounds, as Moran’s aggression started to fade, Pedraza switched out counterpunching for stinging lead left hands which Moran was too slow to avoid. Pedraza’s lack of one-punch power might be a liability against the best, but against Moran it just prolonged the punishment, the proverbial death by a thousand cuts, culminating in an impressive performance establishing Pedraza as a legitimate contender in his new weight class.

In a WBA world title eliminator, undefeated Jose Benavidez (27-0, 18 KOs) barely broke a sweat in quickly disposing of previously unbeaten knockout artist Frank Rojas (22-1, 21 KOs) via first round knockout. A straight left hand by Benavidez, followed by a left hook to the body, caused a delayed reaction by Rojas, who backed up a few steps, and then dropped to the canvas for nearly a minute, with an official end of 1:24 of the first round. Although the win might have been as much about Rojas’ padded record coming into the bout as it was the body punch by Benavidez, following a nearly two year layoff after being shot in the leg, the win was undoubtedly a welcome one for comebacking Benavidez, who now has two wins in a row since returning to the ring this past February. Continue reading “Horn-Crawford Undercard Results”

By David Robinett at ringside Former IBF super featherweight champion Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (24-1, 12 KOs) continued his climb up the lightweight ladder with a ten round unanimous decision over…
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Fury wins in comeback fight

Photos: Sumio Yamada

Former world heavyweight champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (26-0, 16 KOs) returned with a one-sided four round TKO over Sefer “The Real Deal” Seferi (23-2, 21 KOs) on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom.

The 6’9 Fury, who has been sidelined with mental health issues for the past 2½ years, towered over the 39-year-old Seferi who mostly campaigns at cruiserweight. The tone of the fight was set when Fury kissed Seferi on the lips during the pre-fight face-off. The fighters smiled and touched gloves several times. At one point Fury was warned by the ref to stop talking to the crowd. The non-competitive affair ended when Seferi quit after round four. Continue reading “Fury wins in comeback fight”

Photos: Sumio Yamada Former world heavyweight champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (26-0, 16 KOs) returned with a one-sided four round TKO over Sefer “The Real Deal” Seferi (23-2, 21 KOs)…
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Hooker beats Flanagan for WBO 140lb title

Photos: Sumio Yamada

In a clash between unbeaten fighters for the vacant WBO junior welterweight crown, Texan Maurice Hooker (24-0-3, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round split decision over former WBO lightweight champion and hometown favorite Terry Flanagan (33-1, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK.

Close fight. Flanagan suffered a deep cut on the forehead after a violent head clash. Scores were 115-113, 117-111 Hooker, 117-111 Flanagan. The title was formerly held by Terence Crawford, who moved up in weight.

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Photos: Sumio Yamada In a clash between unbeaten fighters for the vacant WBO junior welterweight crown, Texan Maurice Hooker (24-0-3, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round split decision over former…
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Culcay claims EU middleweight belt

Photos: Team SES / P. Gercke


Former WBA super welterweight world champion Jack Culcay (24-3, 12 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over Adasat Rodriguez (17-8-2, 10 KOs) in a bout for the vacant EBU EU belt at the Kohlrabizirkus in Leipzig, Germany. A barrage of Culcay punches prompted a referee’s stoppage. Time was :55. Continue reading “Culcay claims EU middleweight belt”

Photos: Team SES / P. Gercke Former WBA super welterweight world champion Jack Culcay (24-3, 12 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over Adasat Rodriguez (17-8-2, 10 KOs) in a…
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New opponent for Martin Murray

Roberto Garcia will defend his WBC silver middleweight title against Martin Murray at The O2 in London on June 23. Murray will be looking to put the frustrations of missing out on a shot at the WBO middleweight world title behind him when he challenges Mexico’s 41-3 Garcia later this month.

Garcia is currently enjoying a 13-fight winning streak that stretches back to 2010 and will be heading to London full of confidence. Continue reading “New opponent for Martin Murray”

Roberto Garcia will defend his WBC silver middleweight title against Martin Murray at The O2 in London on June 23. Murray will be looking to put the frustrations of missing…
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All Star Boxing inks Julian Yedra

Tuto Zabala’s All Star Boxing has signed Mexican flyweight title contender Julian “El Niño Artillero” Yedra (24-3, 13 KOs) of Cuidad Del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico. “We are very pleased to have brought Julian onboard, for many years we’ve worked with smaller weights and have created great careers for smaller weight fighters. We are looking to get him in the ring very soon,” said Tuto Zabala Jr. Continue reading “All Star Boxing inks Julian Yedra”

Tuto Zabala’s All Star Boxing has signed Mexican flyweight title contender Julian “El Niño Artillero” Yedra (24-3, 13 KOs) of Cuidad Del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico. “We are very pleased to…
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Rojas-Benavides clash in WBA eliminator

Tonight’s WBA welterweight elimination bout clash between WBA #5 Frank Rojas (22-0, 21 KOs) and WBA #6 Jose Benavidez (26-0, 17 KOs) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas will give the winner a direct path to fight for the WBA welterweight title. The fight is in support of the Crawford-Horn clash.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Rojas, 31, was born in the same city of Edwin “El Inca” Valero, known as Merida, and even honors him through a tattoo on his chest, which reflects the idea that he is interested in following in his footsteps. So far, Rojas has fought rather unknown boxers and proof of this is that his last ten rivals only have a combined 15 victories.

Benavidez previously held the WBA interim title at 140 pounds.

Tonight’s WBA welterweight elimination bout clash between WBA #5 Frank Rojas (22-0, 21 KOs) and WBA #6 Jose Benavidez (26-0, 17 KOs) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas will…
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Weights from Germany and Mexico

Weights from Leipzig

Jack Culcay 159.5 vs. Adasat Rodriguez 160
(EBU EU middleweight title)

Photo: Fotobasis/U. Koch

Adam Deines 175 vs. Gasan Gasanov 173
Enrico Kölling 178.25 vs. Andrejs Pokumeiko 179.25
Ramona Kühne 133.75 vs. Bojana Libiszewska 134

Venue: Kohlrabizirkus, Leipzig, Germany
Promoter: SES
TV: MDR (Germany)

Weights from Tijuana

Sandra Robles 108 vs. Brenda Ramos 108
(WBA female light flyweight title)

Photo: Zanfer

Dewayne Beamon 115 vs. Wilibaldo Copala 115
Soto Elwin 108 vs. Jorge M. Hernandez 108
Bryan Figueroa 141 vs. Armando Mariscal 142
Melissa Esquivel 119 vs. Jacqueline Coutiño 119
Omar Aguilar 140 vs. Alejandro Almada 141
Maria del Sol Moreno 140 vs. TBA

Venue: Municipal Auditorium, Tijuana, BC, Mexico
Promoter: Zanfer
TV: TV Azteca (Mexico)

Weights from Monterrey

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Francisco “Chihuas” Rodriguez 112.2 vs. Yohei Tobe 114.9

Lindolfo Delgado 138.6 vs. José Luis Ávalos 136.4
Karim Arce 118.4 vs. Juan Jiménez 119
Dulce “Sexy” García 117.7 vs. Mónica Trejo 116.6

Venue: Gimnasio Nuevo León Independiente de Monterrey
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo and Cancun Boxing
TV: Televisa (Mexico)

Weights from Leipzig Jack Culcay 159.5 vs. Adasat Rodriguez 160 (EBU EU middleweight title) Adam Deines 175 vs. Gasan Gasanov 173 Enrico Kölling 178.25 vs. Andrejs Pokumeiko 179.25 Ramona Kühne…
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Q&A: Derrick James

By Jeff Zimmerman

Derrick James, trainer of world champions Errol Spence Jr. and Jermell Charlo (who defends against Austin Trout tonight on Showtime), talks to Fightnews.com®.

How has it been with two world champions, Spence Jr. and Charlo, in camp at the same time and balancing the time?

It’s tough. I still work a full-time job. I workout with them, my legs are killing me, they are sore right now. Yes, it’s very tough, but it’s very pleasing at the same time. I enjoy it, I enjoy my job and I’m very happy. Jermell has been looking really good in sparring, really good in camp. And I’m very pleased, so I feel good about it. Continue reading “Q&A: Derrick James”

By Jeff Zimmerman Derrick James, trainer of world champions Errol Spence Jr. and Jermell Charlo (who defends against Austin Trout tonight on Showtime), talks to Fightnews.com®. How has it been…
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IBHOF Fist Casting 2018

By Boxing Bob Newman

The International Boxing Hall of Fame held it’s first marquee event of the 2018 induction weekend with the annual fist casting on the museum grounds Friday in Canastota, New York.

On hand to have the tools of their trade cast to be forever on display were 2018 inductees Vitali “Dr. Iron Fist” Klitschko, Ronald “Winky” Wright, Erik “El Terrible” Morales, broadcasters Jim Gray and Steve Albert. Current and former ring stars Miguel Cotto, Kelly Pavlik, Robert Guerrero, Jarrett Hurd also dipped their mitts in the plaster of Paris mixture for preservation.

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By Boxing Bob Newman The International Boxing Hall of Fame held it’s first marquee event of the 2018 induction weekend with the annual fist casting on the museum grounds Friday…
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Lee beats Hernandez for NABO title

Undefeated WBO #3 world ranked light heavyweight Mike Lee (21-0-0, 11 KOs) scored a workmanlike ten round unanimous decision over Jose Hernandez (19-4-1, 9 KOs) on Friday night at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. Scores were 97-93 across the board for Lee, who won the NABO title. After the fight, Lee named Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. as someone he would like to face and said he’s ready to challenge for a title at either 168 or 175.

2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist Tervel Pulev (11-0, 10 KOs) scored a first round TKO over Armando Ancona (8-8-2, 5 KOs) in an eight-round cruiserweight bout. The brother of top-rated heavyweight Kubrat Pulev, Tervel quickly knocked down the outmatched Ancona. Ancona got up, but after a few more punches the referee stopped the fight. Time was 2:06.

Super middleweight Demar Singleton (10-2-1, 6 KOs) scored a last minute TKO over local favorite “White Lightning” Tommy Hughes (6-1, 3 KOs) in the sixth and final round. The referee stopped the fight due to a cut that Hughes sustained earlier in the fight. Time was 2:30.

Undefeated WBO #3 world ranked light heavyweight Mike Lee (21-0-0, 11 KOs) scored a workmanlike ten round unanimous decision over Jose Hernandez (19-4-1, 9 KOs) on Friday night at the…
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Shot of the Day

We’ve heard of boxers carrying opponents, but never like this!

Photo: Stacey Verbeek

We’ve heard of boxers carrying opponents, but never like this!

De La Hoya stops Salgado, remains unbeaten

By Boxing Bob Newman at ringside
Photos: Andy Newman

In the main event at Verona, New York’s Turning Stone Resort and Casino, Diego De La Hoya and Jose Salgado picked up where they were supposed to start six months ago. This fight was originally supposed to come off in December 2017, but Diego weighed in a whopping four pounds heavy and the bout was scrapped.

In fact, this was mildly in jeopardy as De La Hoya was heavy again, this time by a quarter pound, An hour later, it was all systems go as he made weight on the money to defend his NABF/NABO super bantamweight titles in the ring, instead of losing them on the scale. Continue reading “De La Hoya stops Salgado, remains unbeaten”

By Boxing Bob Newman at ringside Photos: Andy Newman In the main event at Verona, New York’s Turning Stone Resort and Casino, Diego De La Hoya and Jose Salgado picked…
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Crawford makes weight, Horn sheds poundage

Jeff Horn 148 vs. Terence Crawford 146.5
(WBO welterweight title)

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Horn first weighed 148 pounds. He then stripped and weighed 147.5. He had an hour to lose the weight and came back later at 147 even.

Jose Pedraza 135 vs. Antonio Moran 134.4
Jose Benavidez 146.5 vs. Frank Rojas 147
Shakur Stevenson 126.5 vs. Aelio Mesquita 127
Maxim Dadashev 140 vs. Darleys Perez 139.5
Steven Nelson 172 vs. DeShon Webster 171.5
Gabriel Flores Jr 134.5 vs. Jorge Rojas 134
David Kaminsky 161 vs. Trevor Lavin 160.5

Venue: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: ESPN+ (stream)

Jeff Horn 148 vs. Terence Crawford 146.5 (WBO welterweight title) Horn first weighed 148 pounds. He then stripped and weighed 147.5. He had an hour to lose the weight and…
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Santa Cruz, Mares, Charlo, Trout make weight

Leo Santa Cruz 125.4 vs. Abner Mares 125.8
(WBA featherweight title)

Photo: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

Jermell Charlo 154 vs. Austin Trout 154
(WBC super welterweight title)
Photo: Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME

Venue: Staples Center
Promoter: Ringstar Sports
TV: Showtime

Leo Santa Cruz 125.4 vs. Abner Mares 125.8 (WBA featherweight title) Jermell Charlo 154 vs. Austin Trout 154 (WBC super welterweight title) Venue: Staples Center Promoter: Ringstar Sports TV: Showtime

Fury outweighs Seferi by 65 lbs

Tyson Fury 276 vs. Sefer Seferi 211

Photo: Stacey Verbeek

Maurice Hooker 139.25 vs. Terry Flanagan 139.3
(WBO junior welterweight title)
Photo: Stacey Verbeek

Venue: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
Promoter: Frank Warren
TV: Showtime YouTube/Facebook

Tyson Fury 276 vs. Sefer Seferi 211 Maurice Hooker 139.25 vs. Terry Flanagan 139.3 (WBO junior welterweight title) Venue: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK Promoter: Frank Warren TV: Showtime YouTube/Facebook

Weights from Chicago

Mike Lee 174.2 vs. Jose Hernandez 174.2
Tervel Pulev 209.5 vs. Armando Ancona 209
Tommy Hughes 168 vs. Damar Singleton 168.5
Nick Mazurek 245 vs. Jamal Woods 246
Mike Jimenez 168 vs. Brandon Maddox 167
Sarah Curran 154.5 vs. Edith Ogoke 151
Johnny Lewus Jr. 136 vs. Carl Curry 136.5
Oscar Ortiz 160 vs. Antoine Elerson 161

Venue: Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois
Promoter: Hitz Boxing and Round 3 Productions
TV: CBS Sports Network

Mike Lee 174.2 vs. Jose Hernandez 174.2 Tervel Pulev 209.5 vs. Armando Ancona 209 Tommy Hughes 168 vs. Damar Singleton 168.5 Nick Mazurek 245 vs. Jamal Woods 246 Mike Jimenez…
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Pacquiao-Matthysse Undercard announced

Before the Pacquiao vs. Matthysse WBA welterweight championship bout on July 14 at the famous Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, three other title fights will heat up the event.

Unbeaten WBA light flyweight champion Carlos Canizales (20-0-1, 16 KOs), of Venezuela, will stake his crown against 2016 Chinese Olympian Lu Bin (1-0, 1 KO), an amateur standout attempting to win a world title in his second pro fight. Veteran Moruti Mthalane (35-2, 24 KOs), of South Africa, will battle it out with Pakistani star Muhammad Waseem (8-0, 6 KOs) for the vacant IBF flyweight crown. And Mexican featherweight Edivaldo “Indio” Ortega (26-1-1, 12 KOs) locks horns with unbeaten Filipino Jhack Tepora (21-0, 16 KOs) in an IBO world title fight.

Tickets went on sale Thursday. Prices are $5,000, $2,000, $1,000, $500, $350, $250 and $125. The 16,000-seat venue is expected to be sold out. Pacquiao is also the promoter of the event. “This is what we have been waiting for. Let’s get on with the fights,” said Pacman, who has already logged in more than 20 rounds of sparring. Matthysse has been training in California.

Before the Pacquiao vs. Matthysse WBA welterweight championship bout on July 14 at the famous Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, three other title fights will heat up the event. Unbeaten…
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Floyd Mayweather hits pause on MMA career

By TMZSports.com

Bad news for Conor McGregor … Floyd Mayweather’s changed his mind about an MMA fight — telling TMZ Sports he’s way too busy to take a fight in the Octagon any time soon. “I’m not thinking about fighting right now,” Floyd told us while shopping with his crew in Beverly Hills.

Remember, Floyd was flirting with the idea of taking an MMA fight in 2018 — with his eyes on McGregor — and even reached out to UFC champ Tyron Woodley to set up a training program. Continue reading “Floyd Mayweather hits pause on MMA career”

By TMZSports.com Bad news for Conor McGregor … Floyd Mayweather’s changed his mind about an MMA fight — telling TMZ Sports he’s way too busy to take a fight in…
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Pulev rips Whyte, Matchroom a new one

Kubrat Pulev commented today on this morning’s press conference in London where Dillian Whyte and his promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing, announced that instead of fighting him, Whyte would be facing recently dethroned WBO champion Joseph Parker.

“After Epic Sports won the purse bid for my IBF elimination bout against Dillian Whyte with a bid of $1.5 million, double what Whyte’s own promoter, Eddie Hearn [of Matchroom Boxing] bid, I was expecting Whyte and his promoter to run away from the fight, but I didn’t expect from them to be such jerks about it,” Pulev said. “They are extreme manipulators and plain schizophrenics. I can’t believe what I’m hearing and what a tricky way they chose to run away from the fight in Bulgaria.Continue reading “Pulev rips Whyte, Matchroom a new one”

Kubrat Pulev commented today on this morning’s press conference in London where Dillian Whyte and his promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing, announced that instead of fighting him, Whyte would…
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Crawford, Horn finally meet

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

After the months of trash talk, Terence “Bud” Crawford and WBO welterweight champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn met face to face for the first time. Crawford (32-0, 23 KOs), the pound-for-pound great from Omaha, Nebraska, is seeking a world title in a third weight class against the unbeaten Horn (18-0-1, 12 KOs). This is what the main event fighters had to say at Thursday’s press conference.

Terence Crawford: “He’s viewing me as this small welterweight. Come fight night, he’ll see otherwise. I just feel like that’s good for him. He’s coming in hungry and determined, and that makes for a good fight. I’m going to be prepared for whatever he brings. Come Saturday, he might get hurt.” Continue reading “Crawford, Horn finally meet”

After the months of trash talk, Terence “Bud” Crawford and WBO welterweight champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn met face to face for the first time. Crawford (32-0, 23 KOs), the…
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