Vicente, Berry make weight in Panama

By Héctor Villarreal

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Pablo Vicente 130 vs Irving Berry 130
Damian Rodriguez 149.5 vs Cherlie Navarro 153
Jesus Arboleda 146 vs Manuel Largacha 146.5
Orlando Mosquera 127.3 vs John Valencia 129
Norlan Yera 127.5 vs Hernan Cortez 129.3
Orlando Peñalba 114.3 vs Angel Moica 114.3
Michael Gardener 153.5 vs Jeffry Rosales 153.5
Gerardo Murillo 122 vs Ivan Trejos 124
Jaime Valdespino 129.3 vs Ezequiel Perez 129
Jehiny Gallardo 117.3 vs Teresa Almengor 122

Promoter: G&V Entertainment
Venue: Los Andes Mall, San Miguelito, Panama.

By Héctor Villarreal Pablo Vicente 130 vs Irving Berry 130 Damian Rodriguez 149.5 vs Cherlie Navarro 153 Jesus Arboleda 146 vs Manuel Largacha 146.5 Orlando Mosquera 127.3 vs John Valencia…
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Negrete keeps NABF belt after draw with Franco

Bantamweights Oscar “El Jaguar” Negrete (18-1, 7 KOs) and Joshua “The Professor” Franco (14-1, 7 KOs) staged a non-stop punchfest with both fighters throwing over 1,100 punches in ten rounds inside The Hangar at The OC Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa, California. In the end, judges scored it a draw. 96-94 Franco, 96-94 Negrete, and 95-95. Negrete retained his NABF bantamweight title.

Unbeaten super lightweight Daintily Zorrilla (9-0, 8 KOs) scored a second round TKO over previously undefeated Dakota Linger (10-1-2, 6 KOs). A barrage of Zorrilla punches left Linger reeling and the bout was stopped. Time was 2:59.

Unbeaten super featherweight Jousce “Tito” Gonzalez (8-0-1, 8 KOs) went the distance for the first time, settling for a six round draw against Ivan “Striker” Delgado (12-1-2, 5 KOs). Scores were 57-57, 57-57, 58-56 Delgado.

Unbeaten bantamweight Carlos “Purin” Caraballo (9-9, 9 KOs) scored a sixth round Felipe Rivas (17-22-4, 11 KOs). Good body attack displayed by Caraballo.

Bantamweights Oscar “El Jaguar” Negrete (18-1, 7 KOs) and Joshua “The Professor” Franco (14-1, 7 KOs) staged a non-stop punchfest with both fighters throwing over 1,100 punches in ten rounds…
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WBC 56th Convention Closing Banquet

By Boxing Bob Newman

The closing banquet of the WBC’s 56th annual convention was held tonight at Mayor Vitali Klitschko’s office- Kyiv City Hall. The banquet was served cocktail party-style stand-up tables and buffet lines with a variety of local eats from which to choose. There was even a version of, yes, Chicken Kiev! Mayor Klitschko showed up, as did Oscar de la Hoya. Both greeted the attendees- Klitschko reiterating how dreams can come true and so far, with this convention in his hometown, they have…and Oscar talking of bringing big-time boxing to Kyiv and Ukraine. Continue reading “WBC 56th Convention Closing Banquet”

By Boxing Bob Newman The closing banquet of the WBC’s 56th annual convention was held tonight at Mayor Vitali Klitschko’s office- Kyiv City Hall. The banquet was served cocktail party-style…
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Conlan hits Vegas on Oct 20

The Conlan Revolution has hit New York City, Australia, Arizona, Chicago, and Northern Ireland. Now, Michael “Mick” Conlan is set to conquer the Las Vegas Strip. Conlan, the talk of the 2016 Summer Olympics, will take on Nicola Cipolletta (14-6-2, 4 KOs) in an eight-round featherweight bout Saturday, October 20 at Park Theater at Park MGM on the undercard of Ryota Murata’s WBA middleweight title defense against Rob Brant. Conlan-Cipolletta will be the featured attraction on the undercard broadcast, which will be seen on ESPN+

The Conlan Revolution has hit New York City, Australia, Arizona, Chicago, and Northern Ireland. Now, Michael “Mick” Conlan is set to conquer the Las Vegas Strip. Conlan, the talk of…
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ESPN+ picks up Nery-Canoy bout

From the United Kingdom and Mexico, a pair of world-class cards will stream live Saturday on ESPN+.

The action begins at 3:30 p.m. ET from the Leicester Arena, where unbeaten 140-pound contender Jack “El Gato” Catterall (22-0, 12 KOs) will meet Ohara “Two Tanks” Davies (18-1, 14 KOs) in a 10-rounder with potential world title implications. And, in a special heavyweight attraction, Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois (8-0, 8 KOs) will take on the durable former world title challenger Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson (32-10-1, 16 KOs) in a 10-rounder.

Then, at 11 p.m. ET from the Gasmart Stadium in Tijuana, Mexico, former WBC bantamweight world champion Luis “Pantera” Nery (26-0, 20 KOs) will fight Jason “Dillinger” Canoy (27-8-2, 19 KOs) in a scheduled 12-rounder for the vacant WBC silver bantamweight title. In the co-feature, Kenia Enriquez (20-1, 9 KOs) will defend her interim WBC light flyweight world title against 19-year-old knockout artist Norleidys Graterol (7-0, 7 KOs).

From the United Kingdom and Mexico, a pair of world-class cards will stream live Saturday on ESPN+. The action begins at 3:30 p.m. ET from the Leicester Arena, where unbeaten…
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Venue change for tomorrow’s DAZN weigh-in

Due to inclement weather reports and road closures ahead of the Chicago Marathon, tomorrow’s weigh-in will now take place at Wintrust Arena (200 E Cermak Rd). Doors open at 11am – fighters on the scales from midday. Media and public both enter via the main entrance.

Due to inclement weather reports and road closures ahead of the Chicago Marathon, tomorrow’s weigh-in will now take place at Wintrust Arena (200 E Cermak Rd). Doors open at 11am…
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ESPN2 Weights from Costa Mesa, Calif

Oscar Negrete 118 vs. Joshua Franco 117.4
(NABF bantamweight title)

Danielito Zorrilla 140 vs. Dakota Linger 139.4
Jousce Gonzalez 129.6 vs. Ivan Delgado 128.6
Carlos Caraballo 118 vs. Felipe Rivas 117.8

Venue: The Hangar at the OC Fair, Costa Mesa, Calif
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: ESPN2

Oscar Negrete 118 vs. Joshua Franco 117.4 (NABF bantamweight title) Danielito Zorrilla 140 vs. Dakota Linger 139.4 Jousce Gonzalez 129.6 vs. Ivan Delgado 128.6 Carlos Caraballo 118 vs. Felipe Rivas…
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Joshua, Canelo share WBA Boxer of the Month

The World Boxing Association (WBA) Classifications Committee announced its rankings for September, which includes the 15 best boxers in the 17 weight divisions. Only these boxers have the possibility of aspiring to a WBA world title fight within their respective divisions.
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The “Boxer of the Month” distinction was awarded to both Anthony Joshua and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. Anthony Joshua beat Alexander Povetkin to retain his World Boxing Association (WBA) Super World Heavyweight Title while Saul Alvarez beat Gennady Golovkin to win the WBA Super World Middleweight Title.

Joshua became the first man to stop Alexander Povetkin inside the distance, with the fight taking place at Wembley Stadium on the new DAZN streaming network. It was Joshuas third successful defense of the title which he won from Wladimir Klitschko in 2017’s fight of the year.

As for Canelo, he became the first fighter to beat Gennady “GGG” Golovkin as he won a majority decision over the longtime WBA middleweight champion.

The World Boxing Association (WBA) Classifications Committee announced its rankings for September, which includes the 15 best boxers in the 17 weight divisions. Only these boxers have the possibility of…
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Boxing Buzz

WBC/IBF lightweight champion Mikey Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs) will apparently be facing IBF mandatory challenger Richard Commey (27-2, 24 KOs) after their scheduled IBF purse bid was called off.
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NABF president Craig Hubble exclusively announced to Fightnews.com that their 2019 convention will be held in Hawaii at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. The dates will be May 15-19. Additional details and passkey to register will be released on http://nabfnews.com/ soon. (Boxing Bob Newman)
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Top Rank, has signed 20-year-old sensation, Josue “The Prodigy” Vargas of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico who now resides in the Bronx, NY.
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Shakur Stevenson, the 2016 U.S. Olympic silver medalist, will face his steepest test as a professional when he takes on Duarn “The Storm” Vue for the vacant WBC Continental Americas featherweight title on October 13 at the CHI Health Center Omaha.
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Demetrius Andrade: Despite @bjsaunders_ drug testing issues, I will ABSOLUTELY be fighting for the WBO middleweight world championship on October 20th @ tdgarden either against Billy Joe or #2 ranked WBO contender Walter Kautondokwa 17-0, 16 KOs. Get your tickets now!!

WBC/IBF lightweight champion Mikey Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs) will apparently be facing IBF mandatory challenger Richard Commey (27-2, 24 KOs) after their scheduled IBF purse bid was called off. —–…
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WBC 56th convention Day 4

By Boxing Bob Newman

Day 4 of the 56th annual WBC convention opened a tad after the scheduled 9:00 a.m. start time as many attendees were still recovering from the talent show “Good Time Blues” the night before! Suffice it to say, reports were given, recognitions were bestowed and plans were made…

Due to his pending departure, WBC Female division president Malte Müller reported on some developments in the female ranks. The long awaited fight between Claressa Shields and Christina Hammer will be rescheduled due to a digestive ailment suffered by Hammer, making her medically unfit to box for the foreseeable future. She will be named “champion in recess” while Shields will fight for the vacant title on the 17th of November on Showtime against an opponent to be named. Müller also announced the third female convention slated for November 16-20 in Manila, Philippines. Continue reading “WBC 56th convention Day 4”

By Boxing Bob Newman Day 4 of the 56th annual WBC convention opened a tad after the scheduled 9:00 a.m. start time as many attendees were still recovering from the…
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WBC 56th convention Talent Show

By Boxing Bob Newman

Wednesday night at the Atrium Hall in the Fairmont Grand Hotel, Kyiv, Ukraine, the WBC’s annual talent show brought the house down. With acts both professional and amateur, the packed house partied hard. Aside from two house bands who got everyone rocking, many members of the WBC family gave their best chops either at the microphone singing, or on guitar and drums.
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WBC Female chairman Malte Müller shredded the vocals (and possibly his vocal chords) on AC/DC’s “Back In Black.” Referee Frank Garza played guitar and sang and several rock & roll classics like “Johnny B Goode.” Former WBC welterweight champ John H. Stracey brought it even further back with vintage Sinatra- “My Way.”
Roberto Duran’s son Brambi Duran sang two of his own original tunes. Continue reading “WBC 56th convention Talent Show”

By Boxing Bob Newman Wednesday night at the Atrium Hall in the Fairmont Grand Hotel, Kyiv, Ukraine, the WBC’s annual talent show brought the house down. With acts both professional…
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Wilder, Fury LA Press Conference

By Miguel Maravilla

WBC champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and lineal champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (27-0, 19 KOs) of England met again Wednesday afternoon at the NOVU at LA Live as they wrapped up their press conference tour for their anticipated December 1 showdown. Wilder and Fury will clash at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title live on Showtime PPV.

Here’s what the fighters had to say.

Deontay Wilder: “This is going to be a great fight. I really, really want to hurt him. The heavyweight division is alive again. I will make sure you all get your moneys worth.”

Tyson Fury: “It feels good to be back. I’m ready to fight and I can’t wait. I’m welcoming Wilder to big time boxing. I think Deontay is a great guy and amazing person. He’s evolved over the years and become a better fighter. He knows he can’t beat me. I will beat Wilder and cement my legacy.” Continue reading “Wilder, Fury LA Press Conference”

By Miguel Maravilla WBC champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and lineal champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (27-0, 19 KOs) of England met again…
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“Let It Be” boxer style

By Boxing Bob Newman

WBC talent show features Vitali Klitschko on guitar and Mauricio Sulaiman on drums.

By Boxing Bob Newman WBC talent show features Vitali Klitschko on guitar and Mauricio Sulaiman on drums. –


WBC 56th convention Day 3: Mandatories

By Boxing Bob Newman

The mandatory challenger meeting opened day 3 of the 56th WBC convention in Kyiv, Ukraine. This is easily as contentious an affair as is the ratings meeting. Starting with the heavyweight division, possibly one of the more complex scenarios regarding mandatory status, things got off to a gritty start.
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Dominic Breazeale had won a mandatory eliminator against Eric Molina, while at the same time, Dillian Whyte of the UK has won several WBC Silver championship fights and remains ranked #1, which isn’t the same as being mandatory challenger. The situation grows more complex as WBC champion Deontay Wilder is slated to fight lineal champion Tyson Fury on December 1. The winner of that fight will most certainly look to unify all the belts against Anthony Joshua, which would further set back any mandatory defense against either Breazeale or Whyte. To be continued…

Four belt champion in the cruiserweight division, Oleksandr Usyk will defend against WBC emeritus champion Tony Bellew. The winner, will face the ever complex task of four different mandatories to be ironed out.

Adonis Stevenson, the light heavyweight champ, will face mandatory challenger and interim champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk on December 1 in Quebec City.

Super middleweight champion David Benavides was found to have marijuana in his system after a voluntary testing. World Boxing Super Series winner Callum Smith happens to be the WBC Diamond champion as well. Benavides will be designated as champion in recess until at such time the WBC rules on his situation. Meanwhile, there has been a motion for #1 Anthony Dirrel to fight #2 Avni Yildirim with the winner in a position to face Benavides, should he still be champion.

In the middleweight division, new champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is requesting via his promoter Oscar de la Hoya a voluntary defense. Gennady Golovkin, through his promoter Tom Loeffler is requesting an immediate rematch. Interim champion Jermall Charlo, through Sampson Lewkowicz who was representing Charlos’ promoter Tom Brown, is requesting to fight Canelo for the full WBC championship. WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman proposed a solution to satisfy all involved- Golovkin vs Charlo and Canelo in a voluntary defense. Sulaiman’s proposal was approved unanimously. The WBC did however support an immediate rematch if the other scenarios doesn’t come to fruition. Continue reading “WBC 56th convention Day 3: Mandatories”

By Boxing Bob Newman The mandatory challenger meeting opened day 3 of the 56th WBC convention in Kyiv, Ukraine. This is easily as contentious an affair as is the ratings…
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Lopez-Oquendo clash on Saturday

Everything is ready, only hours from the anticipated local clash between José “Wonder Boy” López (20-2-1, 14 KOs) and Jonathan “Powder” Oquendo (28-5, 18 KOs) for the vacant NABO super featherweight championship at the Pedro Roselló Puerto Rico Convention Center on Saturday, October 6, 2018. The López vs. Oquendo match will be 10 rounds at 130 pounds and will be seen exclusive by DIRECTV in channel OnDIRECTV number 161.
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José López: “I am very happy with the great training camp we did, thankful with the support of the company and I am ready to face Oquendo. We know him and we will let the words speak in the ring, I hope this Saturday October 6th in the Puerto Rico Convention Center “.

Jonathan Oquendo: “I’m ready, crazy to get into the ring. Everyone who knows me knows what we bring every time we fight. I’m in great condition and ready for the ‘Wonder Boy’.”

WBO President Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel: “This is a great fight, Oquendo is the veteran that brings the experience to this fight and José López brings the power and youth.The winner can at some point dispute the world championship against Mazayuki Ito, certainly Miguel Cotto Promotions is the number one company in Puerto Rico. “

Everything is ready, only hours from the anticipated local clash between José “Wonder Boy” López (20-2-1, 14 KOs) and Jonathan “Powder” Oquendo (28-5, 18 KOs) for the vacant NABO super…
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Adamek trainer: Miller? Adamek is ready for King Kong!

By Przemek Garczarczyk

Gus Curran, trainer of former world champion Tomasz Adamek, talks about Saturday’s DAZN clash in Chicago with Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller.

By Przemek Garczarczyk Gus Curran, trainer of former world champion Tomasz Adamek, talks about Saturday’s DAZN clash in Chicago with Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller. –

Horn-Mundine set for Nov 30

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will clash with former WBA super-middleweight champion Anthony “The Man” Mundine on November 30 at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium, Queensland, Australia. “There is pressure because I am favorite. I will need to be convincing but he has had his time and now it is my time to take over,” Horn said. “I am surprised his career is still going but hopefully this will be his last fight.

“Mundine is an opponent who has been on the radar for quite a while but we have made him wait in the background for some time which I know has been frustrating for him – now is the right time.” Continue reading “Horn-Mundine set for Nov 30”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn will clash with former WBA super-middleweight champion Anthony “The Man” Mundine on November 30 at Brisbane’s Suncorp…
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Gadzhyiev defeats Sandoval in Kyiv

By Boxing Bob Newman at ringside
Photos: Bob Newman

In the main event of a nine bout card Ramil Gadzhyiev of Odessa, Ukraine patiently wore down the more experienced Bruno Sandoval of Mexico over eight rounds to capture the WBC International Silver Super Middleweight title at the Sports Palace in Kyiv, Ukraine Tuesday night. The show was part of the 56th WBC convention which is taking place in the capital city.
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Gadzhyiev looked the less experienced on paper, coming in with nine pro bouts under his belt to Sandoval’s twenty three. However, the highly decorated amateur career of Gadzhyiev made up for his pro deficit. Gadzhyiev matched Sandoval in confidence for sure as he stalked the crafty vet around the ring, trying not to fall into any traps. Sandoval had his moments landing some flashy counters and making Ramil miss, but the Ukrainian wasn’t deterred. After some back and forth rounds of give and take, Gadzhyiev finally floored Sandoval in round eight three times along the ropes, prompting referee Donovan Boucher to end matters at 1:57. Gadzhyiev improves to 8-1-1, 5 KOs, while Sandoval falls to 20-3-1, 16 KOs. Continue reading “Gadzhyiev defeats Sandoval in Kyiv”

By Boxing Bob Newman at ringside Photos: Bob Newman In the main event of a nine bout card Ramil Gadzhyiev of Odessa, Ukraine patiently wore down the more experienced Bruno…
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Dogboe signs long term deal with Top Rank

By David Finger

Undefeated WBO junior featherweight champion Isaac Dogboe recently announced that he was extending his deal with Top Rank and entered into a long-term deal with Top Rank Promotions. “I am delighted to announce that I have extended my co-promotional agreement,” Dogboe said in a post on Facebook on October 2nd. “I look forward to welcoming Bob Arum to our beautiful country, Ghana, next year. This only further strengthens our relationship and I am excited about making history together.”
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Top Rank chairman Bob Arum was equally pleased with the latest development and even hinted that he might be hosting a world title fight featuring Dogboe in Ghana in 2019. Continue reading “Dogboe signs long term deal with Top Rank”

By David Finger Undefeated WBO junior featherweight champion Isaac Dogboe recently announced that he was extending his deal with Top Rank and entered into a long-term deal with Top Rank…
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WBC 56th convention Day 2 report

By Boxing Bob Newman

Day two of the 56th annual WBC convention in Kiev, Ukraine was chock full of simultaneous activity. Starting with the ratings committee at 9 a.m., the medical seminar commenced at 10 a.m., along with the confederations meetings and the judges certification seminar at the same time. The WBC Cares departed the hotel at 11:30 a.m.
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The ratings meeting is always one of the most highly contentious events at the convention. Assembled promoters, managers and agents all attend to lobby for the position of their respective fighters, sometimes aggressively so. This often drags out the proceedings for an uncomfortably long time. This year however, things went quite well and swiftly. Ratings chairman Bob Yalen was assisted by Dean Louhis. For whatever reason, there was relatively little objection to where fighters were presented in the rankings, leaving little room for debate. Continue reading “WBC 56th convention Day 2 report”

By Boxing Bob Newman Day two of the 56th annual WBC convention in Kiev, Ukraine was chock full of simultaneous activity. Starting with the ratings committee at 9 a.m., the…
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Wilder and Fury promise KOs and pain

By Arvin Nundloll

Reigning WBC Heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder, and former champion Tyson Fury hurled abuse and promised swift ends on December 1 as both men fight for what may be an unmissable heavyweight classic live on Showtime PPV from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Photo: Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME

Both fighters took time out from the NYC press tour to speak to FightNews.com® about their upcoming bout and neither disappointed as the tension rises in this highly anticipated heavyweight showdown.

Speaking exclusively to FightNews.com®, Wilder showed the aggression expected from a reigning heavyweight champion while reminding everyone that Fury is a live and dangerous opponent even with his time spent away from the ring. Continue reading “Wilder and Fury promise KOs and pain”

By Arvin Nundloll Reigning WBC Heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder, and former champion Tyson Fury hurled abuse and promised swift ends on December 1 as both men fight for what may…
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Wilder-Fury Day Two Press Tour Highlights

Here are the highlights from today’s Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury: New York Press Conference at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

The press tour concludes tomorrow in Los Angeles.

Here are the highlights from today’s Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury: New York Press Conference at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The press tour concludes tomorrow in Los…
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Graciano Rocchigiani killed in car accident

Former world champion Graciano Rocchigiani has been killed in an automobile accident in Italy. The 53-year-old Rocchigiani was reportedly struck by a vehicle last night around midnight while on vacation in Catania, Sicily. He held world titles in the super middleweight and light heavyweight divisions and was the arch-rival of Dariusz Michalczewski. He sued the WBC and collected a multi-million settlement in 2003. Later he became a trainer and was also a popular ringside boxing analyst with his deep, booming voice. He had a career mark of 41-6-1, 19 KOs. His brother Ralf Rocchigiani was also a world champion.

Former world champion Graciano Rocchigiani has been killed in an automobile accident in Italy. The 53-year-old Rocchigiani was reportedly struck by a vehicle last night around midnight while on vacation…
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Shields-Hammer blockbuster is off

Looks like the much-anticipated fight for the undisputed female middleweight championship between Claressa Shields and Christina Hammer on November 17 in Atlantic City is off. Shields stated via social media that Hammer has an undisclosed medical condition. More details to come…

Claressa Shields: Very, very, very disappointed. I’ll let my team do the announcement! But what I will say is… I want this fight 100%. I am not the one sick. Idk the ins and outs of Hammers condition, but she can’t box til March the doctor says. I’m still going to fight the 17th of Nov 😟 I’m sorry to hit y’all with the bad news…. it should be some kind of press release announcing about what’s going on. I’m just putting out the information that I know. But umm yeah…. I’m just going to stay focused and in the gym. Love and peace

UPDATE: Hammer has confirmed that the fight is off for now.

Christina Hammer: Dear Hammer Fans 🙏🏼, I have problems with my health I try my best as a CHAMP to train hard for this special Fight but I feel bad, my doctor doesn’t allows me to fight and no hard training for a few more months, it’s really sad now but this fight will come!!! I promise you that all fans will get this Hammer Fight🙌🏼 ✊🏻🔨I step into the Ring when I’m 💯 % health, I will WIN !! thanks to my family& coach who takes care of me ❤️❤️ thanks @wbcboxing @worldboxingorg @capocounselor 👈🏼 Do my best to get fast health 🙏🏼🙏🏼l’ll be back stronger 🙌🏼💪🏼thank you 🙏🏼 ❤️

Looks like the much-anticipated fight for the undisputed female middleweight championship between Claressa Shields and Christina Hammer on November 17 in Atlantic City is off. Shields stated via social media…
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