Almonte squashes Munoz in one

By Robert Coster

Sunday afternoon in Santiago, Dominican Republic, bantamweight prospect Junior Almonte (12-0, 9 K0s) made short work of countryman Angelo Munoz (18-15, 11 K0s) knocking him out at 2:00 of the first round. A thumping right cross to the jaw sent Munoz to the mat for the full count. The 21-year-old Almonte has just been signed by Star Boxing and will be invading the US scene soon.

In other bouts, Armin Mrkanovic (10-3, 6 K0s) of Bosnia won the WBA Fedecaribe cruiserweight title with a fourth round TKO over Dominican veteran Wilmer Mejia (22-11-3, 16 K0s). Continue reading “Almonte squashes Munoz in one”

By Robert Coster Sunday afternoon in Santiago, Dominican Republic, bantamweight prospect Junior Almonte (12-0, 9 K0s) made short work of countryman Angelo Munoz (18-15, 11 K0s) knocking him out at…
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ShoBox telecast in spotlight this week

Not much boxing action this week. The only televised event in the USA is Friday’s ShoBox tripleheader from Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas. In the main event, unbeaten 122-pound prospect Angelo Leo (16-0, 8 KOs) meets Neil Tabanao (17-4, 11 KOs) in a ten-rounder. The co-feature will see unbeaten super featherweight Xavier Martinez (13-0, 9 KOs) squaring off against John Moralde (21-2, 11 KOs) in another ten-rounder. Undefeated super featherweight Andres Cortes (10-0, 6 KOs) meets Jahmal Dyer (9-1, 5 KOs) in the eight round TV opener.

Not much boxing action this week. The only televised event in the USA is Friday’s ShoBox tripleheader from Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas. In the main event, unbeaten 122-pound…
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Berchelt-Vargas/Navarrete-Dogboe rematches May 11

Miguel “El Alacran” Berchelt and Francisco “El Bandido” Vargas waged pugilistic war once before. The Mexican warriors, two-plus years removed from their breathtaking battle, are set to do it again. Berchelt, who snagged Vargas’ WBC super featherweight title via 11th-round knockout in January 2017, will make the fifth defense of that belt on Saturday, May 11 at the Tucson Arena, located inside the Tucson Convention Center

In the sensational co-feature, WBO junior featherweight world champion Emanuel Navarrete will look to repeat the deed when he defends his title in an immediate rematch versus Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe, whom he defeated by unanimous decision last Dec. 8 on the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Jose Pedraza card.

Berchelt-Vargas 2 and Navarrete-Dogboe 2 will be televised on ESPN and ESPN Deportes. The undercard will stream on ESPN+

Miguel “El Alacran” Berchelt and Francisco “El Bandido” Vargas waged pugilistic war once before. The Mexican warriors, two-plus years removed from their breathtaking battle, are set to do it again.…
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WBA appoints new Board

The president of the World Boxing Association (WBA), Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, announced the new members of the board of the oldest body to govern professional boxing.

The vice president of the agency will be Nicaraguan native Renzo Bagnariol. The director of World Championships will be Venezuelan native Carlos Chavez and the second will be the Panamanian Julio Thyme.

Meanwhile, in the Women’s Championships Committee, the director will be Shivana Inalsingh from Trinidad and Tobago and her deputy director from Peru, Kina Malpartida. Bulgarian native Mariana Borissova will be the International Coordinator of the organization. Continue reading “WBA appoints new Board”

The president of the World Boxing Association (WBA), Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, announced the new members of the board of the oldest body to govern professional boxing. The vice president of…
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Kash Ali suspended for biting David Price

The British Boxing Board of Control has suspended heavyweight Kash Ali for biting David Price on the stomach during their bout last Saturday in Liverpool, England. Ali was immediately disqualified and has had his $26,000 purse withheld.

Price stated that Ali also bit him earlier in the fight. Ali must now appear at a BBBoC hearing to explain himself. He is facing a fine and/or lengthy suspension.

The British Boxing Board of Control has suspended heavyweight Kash Ali for biting David Price on the stomach during their bout last Saturday in Liverpool, England. Ali was immediately disqualified…
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Star Boxing inks Junior Almonte

By Robert Coster

U.S. boxing promoter Star Boxing signed Dominican bantamweight prospect Junior Almonte (11-0, 8 K0s) last Friday in Santiago, Dominican Republic. The signing of the 21-year-old Almonte was held at the Max Delicias Restaurant.
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Star Boxing CEO Joe DeGuardia had this to say about the signing, “We are delighted to have Junior Almonte join our team. He’s a talented young boxer who has what it takes to go all the way. We will be bringing him to the United States soon.” Continue reading “Star Boxing inks Junior Almonte”

By Robert Coster U.S. boxing promoter Star Boxing signed Dominican bantamweight prospect Junior Almonte (11-0, 8 K0s) last Friday in Santiago, Dominican Republic. The signing of the 21-year-old Almonte was…
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Landeros to fight for first international title

Undefeated featherweight prospect Joseph “Tigre” Landeros (15-0, 15 KOs) will face Ricardo “Tanque” Rojas Ramirez (10-2, 7 KOs), for the WBC Youth silver title in the main event of a double championship card scheduled for April 13th at the Buffalo Wild Wings Arena in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico and presented by Boxing Club Promotions.

Landeros, of Riverside, California, entered the professional boxing ranks at age 15 and therefore had to fight all his bouts in Mexico. Now 18 years old and able to fight in the United States, Landeros is headed down Mexico way again to take this opportunity to claim his first international title. Continue reading “Landeros to fight for first international title”

Undefeated featherweight prospect Joseph “Tigre” Landeros (15-0, 15 KOs) will face Ricardo “Tanque” Rojas Ramirez (10-2, 7 KOs), for the WBC Youth silver title in the main event of a…
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Forbes faces Teague Saturday in Oregon

By Ricardo Ibarra

Making his return to the ring after a near five-year absence from the sport, former IBF Jr. lightweight world champion Steve “2 Pound” Forbes (35-14, 11 KOs) will take on California’s Tavorus Teague (6-25-4, 3 KOs) on Saturday night at the Clackamas Armory in Clackamas, Oregon, squaring off with the journeyman fighter in the main event of 2Pound Sports & Entertainment’s ‘Fight Night 3: Redemption’ card. Continue reading “Forbes faces Teague Saturday in Oregon”

By Ricardo Ibarra Making his return to the ring after a near five-year absence from the sport, former IBF Jr. lightweight world champion Steve “2 Pound” Forbes (35-14, 11 KOs)…
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Akani Phuzi stops Mussa Ajibu in four

On a hot Highveld Sunday afternoon, Akani “Prime” Phuzi from the Limpopo Province stopped the rugged Mussa Ajibu of Malawi in the fourth round of a scheduled ten round cruiserweight fight, at a packed to the rafters Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in Randburg.

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Photo: Nic Lourens

In the opening round, both fighters came out cautious, sparring for an opening with very little action. In round two Phuzi picked up the pace to score with some big lefts and rights to the head and body. However, Ajibu came back at him throwing swinging left and right punches with most of them blocked on the gloves by Phuzi. Just before the bell, Phuzi dropped Ajibu with an overhand right to the head for a count. Continue reading “Akani Phuzi stops Mussa Ajibu in four”

On a hot Highveld Sunday afternoon, Akani “Prime” Phuzi from the Limpopo Province stopped the rugged Mussa Ajibu of Malawi in the fourth round of a scheduled ten round cruiserweight…
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Kite and Wallace victorious

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Classy welterweight “Banging” Ben Kite (14-4-1, 6 KOs) outscored Michael Whitehead (6-2-1, 4 KOs) over ten rounds at the Fortitude gym, Newstead, Queensland on March 30 with the Australasian title and WBF Asia Pacific up for grabs.

Talented Irish born light heavyweight Conor Wallace (5-0, 4 KOs) bombed out Alex Brunetta (2-8) in round one of a scheduled six. Continue reading “Kite and Wallace victorious”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Classy welterweight “Banging” Ben Kite (14-4-1, 6 KOs) outscored Michael Whitehead (6-2-1, 4 KOs) over ten rounds at the Fortitude gym, Newstead, Queensland…
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Garcia decisions Lyimo in Delaware

By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside

Ismael “Tito” Garcia (11-0-1, 4 KOs) won a unanimous eight round decision over Fabian “The Bee” Lyimo (23-9-2, 15 KOs) in front of a standing room only crowd at the Hockessin PAL Center in Hockessin, Delaware. In the co-feature, wildly popular decorated war veteran Stefan “The Freak” Talabisco (3-0, 3 KOs) remained unbeaten with a second round KO over Michael Shanks (6-32, 2 KOs) in a heavyweight contest. The big ten-bout card was promoted by Dee Lee Promotions. Continue reading “Garcia decisions Lyimo in Delaware”

By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside Ismael “Tito” Garcia (11-0-1, 4 KOs) won a unanimous eight round decision over Fabian “The Bee” Lyimo (23-9-2, 15 KOs) in front…
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Two title fights end in a draw

By Ron Jackson

Both the fight between Thato Bonokoane and Innocent Matengu for the vacant South African featherweight title and the clash between Brandon Thysse and Linda Ntshingila for the vacant Gauteng junior-middleweight title ended in draws at the packed-to-capacity Kagiso Memorial Hall and Recreation Centre in Krugersdorp on Saturday night.

However, the officials at ringside erred, as in terms of the South African Boxing Act 2001 (Act No. 11 of 2001) as listed on the Boxing SA website – in a championship fight for a vacant title if a bout ends in a draw, each judge shall nominate a winner and the winner of the bout shall be the boxer nominated as the winner by the majority vote of the judges. (Page 84 No 26161 Government Gazette, 26 March 2004 Decision 35) Continue reading “Two title fights end in a draw”

By Ron Jackson Both the fight between Thato Bonokoane and Innocent Matengu for the vacant South African featherweight title and the clash between Brandon Thysse and Linda Ntshingila for the…
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Lemos crushes Paez in two

Super welterweight Jorge “Maromerito” Paez is on the brink of retirement after being knocked out in the second round by unbeaten Argentinean Daniel “Eléctrico” Lemos in the main event on Saturday at the Club Huracán in Tres Arroyos located in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 31-year-old Paez has now suffered nine defeats in his last eleven bouts.
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Lemos (21-0, 11 KOs) began aggressively with no respect for Paez (41-13-2, 24 KOs). In the second round, Paez wanted to trade punches, but a powerful left from Lemos connected on the button sending Paez to the canvas. He beat the count, but was in poor condition and referee decided to stop the fight. Continue reading “Lemos crushes Paez in two”

Super welterweight Jorge “Maromerito” Paez is on the brink of retirement after being knocked out in the second round by unbeaten Argentinean Daniel “Eléctrico” Lemos in the main event on…
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Gvozdyk keeps WBC title with non-contact TKO

By John DiSanto at ringside
Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr.

WBC light heavyweight champion Oleksandr “The Nail” Gvozdyk, 17-0, 14 KOs, defended his title for the first time with a strange TKO of Doudou Ngumbu, France, 38-9, 14 KOs, in round five on Saturday night at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia. Gvozdyk was leading on the cards when suddenly Ngumbo pulled back in round five, complaining of an injury to his right calf. The bout was paused while the doctor, the fighter, and his corner conferred. After a few minutes, referee Eric Dali waved the fight over, and it was announced that Ngumbo could not continue due to injury. The time was 58 seconds of the fifth.
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At the time of the stoppage, Gvozdyk had landed 47 of 204 punches, while Ngumbu landed 18 of 108.

“It wasn’t what I expected, but I did my best,” Gvozdyk said afterward. “Sometimes this happens in the sport of boxing. It is what it is. My goal is to unify titles. I will wait to see what my team tells me to do next.”

By John DiSanto at ringside Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr. WBC light heavyweight champion Oleksandr “The Nail” Gvozdyk, 17-0, 14 KOs, defended his title for the first time with a strange…
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Acosta KOs Lopez, retains WBO 108lb belt

WBO light flyweight champion Angel “Tito” Acosta (20-1, 20 KOs) knocked out former WBC champion Ganigan “El Maravilla” Lopez (35-9, 19 KOs) in the eighth round to defend his 108lb title on Saturday night at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.

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The heavy-handed Acosta was in command all the way and he battered Lopez to the deck for the count. Time was 1:55. This was Acosta’s third successful defense.

“We did all the work that we did in the gym,” said Acosta afterward. “Ganigan came here very intelligently. He knew how to move and how to avoid punches, especially after the first round when I hurt him.

“I want to unify but I also want to get the big purses. I’ve shown that I can knock people out just like the people in the bigger divisions. I’ve had 21 fights and 20 of them have ended by knockout, so I want the big money.”

WBO light flyweight champion Angel “Tito” Acosta (20-1, 20 KOs) knocked out former WBC champion Ganigan “El Maravilla” Lopez (35-9, 19 KOs) in the eighth round to defend his 108lb…
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Wulan, Konno win WBA regional title bouts in China

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Boxing Beat

Game Chinese puncher Wulan Tuolehazi (11-3-1, 5 KOs) acquired the vacant WBA international flyweight belt by defeating previously unbeaten Japanese ex-amateur star Ryota Yamauchi (4-1, 4 KOs) by a unanimous decision (115-112, 117-109 twice) over twelve hard-fought rounds on Saturday in Shanghai, China.
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It was a very exciting give-and-take affair with Wulan dropping Yamauchi with a vicious right uppercut in the third and the Japanese decking the Chinese with a wicked left hook to the belly in the sixth. Since then, Wulan outpunched the winning mixer with more accurate countering shots down the stretch. Continue reading “Wulan, Konno win WBA regional title bouts in China”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Boxing Beat Game Chinese puncher Wulan Tuolehazi (11-3-1, 5 KOs) acquired the vacant WBA international flyweight belt by defeating previously unbeaten Japanese ex-amateur star Ryota…
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Kingry Garcia stops Wonder Boy in two

By David Robinett at ringside

Popular 20-year-old lightweight Ryan “Kingry” Garcia (18-0, 15 KOs) inched closer to a world title opportunity with a second round TKO over Jose “Wonder Boy” Lopez (20-4-1, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California. Garcia dropped Lopez with a furious barrage at the end of round two and Lopez stayed on his stool after the round.

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“I just caught him with that right hand over the top,” Garcia stated. “He kept ducking his head, and I just smacked him wherever he went. Boom. It’s like the cobra bag, everywhere he went, I went for it. The first round, I started letting my hands go, because I was going to try to work on some punches, but then I’m like man, I’m going to start hitting him. And that’s when I knew I could get him. Hopefully I fight on the undercard of my guy right here (Canelo Alvarez), May 4th, Canelo vs. Jacobs.” Continue reading “Kingry Garcia stops Wonder Boy in two”

By David Robinett at ringside Popular 20-year-old lightweight Ryan “Kingry” Garcia (18-0, 15 KOs) inched closer to a world title opportunity with a second round TKO over Jose “Wonder Boy”…
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Robinson-Kavaliauskas draw, Abdukakhorov wins

By John DiSanto at ringside

Welterweights Ray Robinson, Philadelphia, 24-3-1, 12 KOs, and Oxnard-based Lithuanian Egidijus Kavaliauskas, 21-0-1, 17 KOs, fought to a 10-round majority draw, in the 10-round semi-final. Robinson boxed smartly and kept the touted puncher at bay. However two of the three official judges scored the fight even, 95-95. The remaining judge had the fight a more reasonable 97-93 for Robinson. Kavaliauskas was a huge betting favorite in the bout.

In an IBF welterweight elimination bout, Kudratillo Abdukakhorov, Kuala Lampur, MAL, 16-0, 9 KOs, beat Japan’s Keita Obara, 20-4-1, 18 KOs, by 12-round unanimous decision. Abdukakhorov was the aggressor most of the way, constantly pressing and landing his shots. Obara stayed in the fight with his own power punches, especially right uppercuts. After twelve rounds, the official scores all favored Abdukakhorov, 118-110, 117-111 and 115-113. Continue reading “Robinson-Kavaliauskas draw, Abdukakhorov wins”

By John DiSanto at ringside Welterweights Ray Robinson, Philadelphia, 24-3-1, 12 KOs, and Oxnard-based Lithuanian Egidijus Kavaliauskas, 21-0-1, 17 KOs, fought to a 10-round majority draw, in the 10-round semi-final.…
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David Price wins by DQ when opponent BITES him

Heavyweight David Price (24-6, 19 KOs) defeated previously unbeaten Kash Ali (15-1, 7 KOs) by fifth round disqualification on Saturday night at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool England. Price was in command the first four rounds, but was rocked in round five. Price returned fire and wobbled Ali, who then clinched and wrestled Price to the canvas where he chomped on Price’s stomach and was DQ’d. Time was 2:26. Ali’s purse is being withheld.

Former WBO super welterweight champion Liam Smith (27-2-1 15 KOs) battered Sam Eggington (24-5 15 KOs) for five one-sided rounds. The referee waved off the mismatch 2:00 into round five. Smith claimed the vacant WBC silver title. Continue reading “David Price wins by DQ when opponent BITES him”

Heavyweight David Price (24-6, 19 KOs) defeated previously unbeaten Kash Ali (15-1, 7 KOs) by fifth round disqualification on Saturday night at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool England. Price…
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Moloney and Dib victorious

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBA #3, WBC #4, IBF #9, WBO #9 bantamweight Jason Maloney (18-1, 15 KOs) stopped Cris Paulino (19-4, 8 KOs) of the Philippines in round five of a scheduled ten round bout to capture WBA Oceania title at the Seagulls Rugby Club at Tweed Heads, NSW on Saturday.

In other action, WBA #9 super featherweight Billel Dib (23-3, 8 KOs) stopped Rey Juntilla (23-9-5, 14 KOs) of the Philippines in round eight to capture the WBA Oceania championship.

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By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBA #3, WBC #4, IBF #9, WBO #9 bantamweight Jason Maloney (18-1, 15 KOs) stopped Cris Paulino (19-4, 8 KOs) of the Philippines…
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Saturday Boxing Odds

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

Anthony Fowler vs Scott Fitzgerald
Anthony Fowler -1000
Scott Fitzgerald +600
Over 6½ rounds -105
Under 6½ rounds -120

Ryan Garcia vs Jose Lopez
Ryan Garcia -3500
Jose Lopez +1400
Over 5½ rounds -135
Under 5½ rounds +110

Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs Doudou Ngumbu
Oleksandr Gvozdyk -8000
Doudou Ngumbu +2500
Over 9½ rounds +175
Under 9½ rounds -210

Egidijus Kavaliauskas vs Ray Robinson
Egidijus Kavaliauskas -4000
Ray Robinson +1600
Over 6½ rounds -120
Under 6½ rounds -105

Fredrick Lawson vs Juan Ruiz
Fredrick Lawson -3000
Juan Ruiz +1200
Over 7½ rounds -130
Under 7½ rounds +110

Kerman Lejarraga vs David Avanesyan
Kerman Lejarraga -1000
David Avanesyan +600

David Price vs Kash Ali
David Price -500
Kash Ali +375
Over 7½ rounds +200
Under 7½ rounds -250

Liam Smith vs Sam Eggington
Liam Smith -2500
Sam Eggington +1000
Over 9½ rounds +140
Under 9½ rounds -165

Jose Lopez vs Askhat Ualikhanov
Jose Lopez +190
Askhat Ualikhanov -240
Over 5½ rounds -270
Under 5½ rounds +220

Angel Acosta vs Ganigan Lopez
Angel Acosta -480
Ganigan Lopez +375

Philip Bowes vs Tom Farrell
Philip Bowes -225
Tom Farrell +180
Over 9½ rounds -550
Under 9½ rounds +400

Robbie Davies Jr vs Joe Hughes
Robbie Davies Jr -600
Joe Hughes +450
Over 9½ rounds -290
Under 9½ rounds +230

Eric Donovan vs Stephen McAfee
Eric Donovan -1700
Stephen McAfee +900
Over 7½ rounds -290
Under 7½ rounds +230

Here are Saturday’s boxing odds courtesy of The Greek Sportsbook. Anthony Fowler vs Scott Fitzgerald Anthony Fowler -1000 Scott Fitzgerald +600 Over 6½ rounds -105 Under 6½ rounds -120 Ryan…
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Prašovićz TKO’s Basualdo in Montenegro

Unbeaten WBO #13 ranked cruiserweight Dilan Prašovićz (11-0, 9 KOs) continues to impress. He stopped heavy-handed Juan Ezequiel Basualdo (11-4-1, 10 KOs) of Argentina in round 2 Friday night at the Splendid Grand Prix in Budva, Montenegro. It was the sixth straight stoppage win for Prašovićz. He is now the mandatory to challenge for the WBO intercontinental cruiserweight title.

Unbeaten WBO #13 ranked cruiserweight Dilan Prašovićz (11-0, 9 KOs) continues to impress. He stopped heavy-handed Juan Ezequiel Basualdo (11-4-1, 10 KOs) of Argentina in round 2 Friday night at…
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Results from Melrose, Massachusetts

By Matt Thompson at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney

In the 10 rounds main event, Stoneham, MA’s Greg “The Villain” Vendetti, 21-3-1, 12 KOs won a unanimous decision over late sub Alan Zavala, 15-4, 13 KOs in a jr middleweight bout in front of a packed house at one of New England’s best fight venues, Memorial Hall in Melrose, Massachusetts. Continue reading “Results from Melrose, Massachusetts”

By Matt Thompson at ringside Photos: Emily Harney In the 10 rounds main event, Stoneham, MA’s Greg “The Villain” Vendetti, 21-3-1, 12 KOs won a unanimous decision over late sub…
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Kubrat Pulev: She wanted more

Back home in his native Bulgaria, heavyweight Kubrat “The Cobra” Pulev spoke to the Bulgarian media about the kiss heard around the world. It doesn’t sound like an apology is forthcoming at the moment.

The IBF #1 contender reportedly explained that his spontaneous kiss to a female journalist who had just interviewed him after his fight in Los Angeles was an impulsive moment and a very nice thing to do.

“I judged that the person opposite me didn’t just want a kiss, but much more,” he told reporters. Pulev also commented that there are many women who would like to kiss him, however, she wasn’t grateful for the kiss and wants to become famous or something. Continue reading “Kubrat Pulev: She wanted more”

Back home in his native Bulgaria, heavyweight Kubrat “The Cobra” Pulev spoke to the Bulgarian media about the kiss heard around the world. It doesn’t sound like an apology is…
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Boxing returns to Blairgowrie

By Ron Jackson

Boxing fans are in for a treat when boxing action returns to the Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in Randburg, South Africa, on Sunday afternoon, with the exiting Akani “Prime” Phuzi from the Limpopo Province in against Mussa Ajibu of Malawi in a ten round cruiserweight bout.

The Gauteng-based Phuzi (7-0, 3 KOs) was originally scheduled to defend his WBA Pan African cruiserweight belt against Maroy Sadiki from the Congo. However, Sadiki pulled out at short notice and Ajibu has come in as a late replacement in a non-title fight. Continue reading “Boxing returns to Blairgowrie”

By Ron Jackson Boxing fans are in for a treat when boxing action returns to the Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in Randburg, South Africa, on Sunday afternoon, with the exiting Akani…
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