Weights from Rivers Casino, Pittsburgh, PA

Matt Conway 134.1 vs. Arturo Reyes *140.4
(IBA International Lightweight Title)

Thomas Mattice 141.5 vs. Jorge Mungia 144.2
Justin Steave 154.3 vs. James Robinson 153.6
Mike Conway 135.9 vs. Latorie Woodberry 137.1
Joey Holt 171.5 vs. Larry Blakey 169.6
Roque Zapata 154.3 vs. Eric Bledsoe 151.9

*Only Conway may win title due to Reyes missing weight

Amateur bout precedes pro card

Promoter: Made Men Promotions
Friday June 8, 2018
Doors open at 5:00, and first bell is at 7:00. Tickets are priced $100, $75, $60, $50, $45 and $30 and are available at www.mademenboxing.com or the door.

Matt Conway 134.1 vs. Arturo Reyes *140.4 (IBA International Lightweight Title) Thomas Mattice 141.5 vs. Jorge Mungia 144.2 Justin Steave 154.3 vs. James Robinson 153.6 Mike Conway 135.9 vs. Latorie…
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Santa Cruz-Mares 2 Final Press Conference

Featherweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz and four-time world champion Abner Mares went face-to-face at the final press conference Thursday, two days before they enter the ring for their highly-anticipated rematch this Saturday, June 9 from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.

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Leo Santa Cruz: “I’ve learned a lot from my last few fights. I’m not coming in here worried about losing, I just worry about giving the fans a great show. If Mares is better than me that night, then he will win. But I’ve worked too hard and I’m going to be at my peak on Saturday night…I think the winner of this fight will be number one in this division. Gary Russell Jr. is a great fighter and I definitely want a rematch of our amateur fight. But me and Abner put a lot of pressure on our opponents and I don’t think Gary would like the pressure from either of us.

Abner Mares: “I could stand up here and tell you what I’m going to do Saturday, but you’ve seen the first fight. You know how exciting the first fight was. I have even more to prove and I’m going to leave it all on the line this time…our focus isn’t on looking for a stoppage. That was my mistake the first fight. I tried to destroy him. I’m going to follow instructions and show I’m the better fighter in there. If I win Saturday night, and the fight is just as exciting as the first one, I’m ready for a trilogy. Let’s make it happen. Continue reading “Santa Cruz-Mares 2 Final Press Conference”

Featherweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz and four-time world champion Abner Mares went face-to-face at the final press conference Thursday, two days before they enter the ring for their highly-anticipated…
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Weights from Verona, NY

By Boxing Bob Newman


Diego de la Hoya 122* vs. Jose Salgado 122
NABF & NABO Super Bantamweight titles
Travell Mazion 152.5 vs. Daquan Arnett Pauldo 153
Isaac Rodrigues vs. Frankie Filippone
Alex Rincon vs. Engelberto Valenzuela
Lawrence Gabriel vs. Jimmy Levins
Danielito Zorrillo 138 vs. Julio Perez 138
Armus Guyton vs. Mike Diorio

*De La Hoya originally weighed in 1/4 lb. heavy

Venue: Turning Stone Resort & Casino
Promoter: Golden Boy Promotions
Matchmaker: Roberto Diaz
Television: USA ESPN2, web ESPN3.com

By Boxing Bob Newman Diego de la Hoya 122* vs. Jose Salgado 122 NABF & NABO Super Bantamweight titles Travell Mazion 152.5 vs. Daquan Arnett Pauldo 153 Isaac Rodrigues vs.…
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Flanagan: He’s just another American

Undefeated 140-pound contenders Terry Flanagan and Maurice Hooker faced off on Thursday just two days before they meet for the vacant WBO Junior Welterweight World Championship on Saturday at Manchester Arena. Flanagan vs. Hooker serves as the chief support for the long-awaited return of former unified heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury. Both bouts will stream live exclusively to U.S. audiences on the SHOWTIME Boxing Facebook page and SHOWTIME Sports YouTube Channel.

Terry Flanagan: “I’m more than ready. I’ve prepared well, and I’m expecting a good night. Of course he believes in himself, like the last few Americans that have come over. He’s just another American I’m going to add to the list. I’m confident. I’m stronger and I’m bigger, fitter. I’m more than ready. I know what he’s going to bring, and I’m prepared for the best Maurice Hooker. … I think I need to step up now and show people what I’m about.” Continue reading “Flanagan: He’s just another American”

Undefeated 140-pound contenders Terry Flanagan and Maurice Hooker faced off on Thursday just two days before they meet for the vacant WBO Junior Welterweight World Championship on Saturday at Manchester…
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Weights from Long Island

Danny “El Gallo” Gonzalez 139.4 vs. Justin Savi 136
Tyrone “Pretty Boy” James 148.8 vs. Kaesen Freeman 150.4
Johnny “The Hitman” Hernandez 136.2 vs. Juan De La Cruz Rodriguez 137.8
Michael Stoute 124.8 vs. Andrew Strode 124.6
Johnathan Arroyo 148.2 vs. Anthony Woods 153.4

Venue: The Paramount in Huntington, Long Island, NY
Promoter: Star Boxing

Danny “El Gallo” Gonzalez 139.4 vs. Justin Savi 136 Tyrone “Pretty Boy” James 148.8 vs. Kaesen Freeman 150.4 Johnny “The Hitman” Hernandez 136.2 vs. Juan De La Cruz Rodriguez 137.8…
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Golovkin Camp floats 45/55 split

WBC/WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin has rescinded his 50/50 purse split demand for a September rematch with Canelo Alvarez. The GGG Camp is now floating a 45/55 split in Canelo’s favor, the same split used for the 2015 Canelo-Cotto fight. The split in the first GGG-Canelo fight was reportedly 30/70 in the redhead’s favor.

Golovkin was stripped of his IBF title Wednesday for not finalizing a defense against little known IBF mandatory challenger Sergiy Derevyanchenko, who will now get to fight another contender for the organization’s vacant belt.

WBC/WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin has rescinded his 50/50 purse split demand for a September rematch with Canelo Alvarez. The GGG Camp is now floating a 45/55 split in Canelo’s…
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Norberto Jimenez back in action June 23

By Robert Coster

WBA #2 Super-Flyweight contender Norberto “Meneito” Jimenez returns to the ring on June 23 in Santo Domingo, a prelude to challenging for the world title at a later date this year. The colorful Jimenez (28-8-4, 16 KOs), a favorite of Dominican boxing fans, will be facing Renson Robles (12-3, 6 KOs) of Venezuela. “Meneito,” unbeaten in the last 7 years, previously faced the rugged Robles in 2016, winning a decision over the visitor. Continue reading “Norberto Jimenez back in action June 23”

By Robert Coster WBA #2 Super-Flyweight contender Norberto “Meneito” Jimenez returns to the ring on June 23 in Santo Domingo, a prelude to challenging for the world title at a…
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Culcay steps in for injured Bösel

Former WBA super welterweight world champion Jack Culcay is now headlining Saturday’s SES card in Leipzig, Germany. Originally, European light heavyweight champion Dominic Bösel was slated to meet his mandatory challenger Enrico Kolling, but Bösel suffered an Achilles tendon problem and is scheduled for surgery this week. “Golden Jack” (23-3, 11 KOs), now campaigning at middleweight, meets Spaniard Adasat Rodriguez (17-7-2, 10 KOs) for the vacant EBU EU belt.

Photo: fotobasis.de/U. Koch

Jack Culcay: “My opponent Rodriguez is, of course, taller than me – I’m already used to that. He always wants to use the forward gear and get into a slugfest. I have to prevent that and take advantage of my speed. This will help me assert myself in the middleweight division. By the middle of next year, I want to go after the world title. Then I’ll gladly go against my friend Gennady Golovkin!”

Enrico Kolling will still be on the card against an opponent to be named.

Former WBA super welterweight world champion Jack Culcay is now headlining Saturday’s SES card in Leipzig, Germany. Originally, European light heavyweight champion Dominic Bösel was slated to meet his mandatory…
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Charlo: I got a knockout streak going and I want to continue it

By Jeff Zimmerman

It was a hot, quiet day last week at the R&R Boxing Club in Dallas, Texas, where WBC super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo (30-0, 15 KOs) and his trainer Derrick James were preparing for a light workout as they wound down camp and put together the finishing touches to fight former world champion Austin Trout (31-4, 17 KOs) as the two collide on Saturday at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.

Photo: Noe Gonzalez

Charlo was in a great mood and is having the time of his life as he showed off his million-dollar smile throughout the workout. He even engaged in conversation about the Jack Johnson pardon and North Korea.

Charlo talked with FightNews.com® about working with his stablemate Errol Spence Jr, his amazing relationship with James and what he expects against former champion Trout. Continue reading “Charlo: I got a knockout streak going and I want to continue it”

By Jeff Zimmerman It was a hot, quiet day last week at the R&R Boxing Club in Dallas, Texas, where WBC super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo (30-0, 15 KOs) and…
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Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker clash on July 28

Dillian Whyte will meet Joseph Parker in a crunch Heavyweight clash at The O2 in London on July 28. This is interesting because ESPN just reported that Parker and Bryant Jennings had agreed to terms for an August 18 fight. Guess not. Whyte and Parker are supposed to meet face-to-face today at a press conference in London to officially announce their fight.

Whyte is on the cusp of world title action after he destroyed Lucas Browne with a devastating sixth round KO of the Australian in London in March to defend the WBC Silver title and number one ranking he’d landed by beating Robert Helenius in Cardiff in October.

Parker is back in the UK after fighting in the Welsh capital in a historic unification battle with Anthony Joshua in March, with Whyte’s old foe handing a first career defeat for the New Zealand star on points. Parker is in Britain for the third fight in a row having made his second defense of his WBO crown against Hughie Fury in Manchester in September 2017. Continue reading “Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker clash on July 28”

Dillian Whyte will meet Joseph Parker in a crunch Heavyweight clash at The O2 in London on July 28. This is interesting because ESPN just reported that Parker and Bryant…
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Shafikov beats Suarez, Bohachuk still unbeaten

Photo: Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/360 Promotions

Three-time former IBF lightweight world title challenger Denis Shafikov (39-4-1, 20 KOs) hammered out an eight round unanimous decision over Hector “El Estudiante” Suarez (12-7-1, 6 KOs) on Wednesday night at The Avalon in Hollywood, CA. Scores were 80-72, 77-75, 79-73. Shafikov, who was coming off two consecutive losses, was in command all the way.

Also, unbeaten junior middleweight Serhii “El Flaco” Bohachuk, (9-0, 9 KOs) made quick work of late sub Cesar Berumen (26-38-3, 16 KOs). After two knockdowns in round one and another in round two, the carnage was mercifully halted.

Three-time former IBF lightweight world title challenger Denis Shafikov (39-4-1, 20 KOs) hammered out an eight round unanimous decision over Hector “El Estudiante” Suarez (12-7-1, 6 KOs) on Wednesday night…
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Crawford, Horn media workout

Terence “Bud” Crawford looks to conquer yet another weight division Saturday evening, when he challenges WBO welterweight champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Both fighters worked out for the media Wednesday at the MGM Grand.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Terence Crawford: “I feel like I’m in the same boat right now as when I was coming up in weight. Thomas Dulorme was a 147-pounder and he came down in weight to fight me for the title and everybody was saying he was this big, strong puncher and saying that I was too small. But I went for it and I prevailed, and I feel like I’m in the same predicament when I was moving up from 135 to 140.”

“I just try to get the victory. I need to go in there and be focused and not overconfident and do what I’ve got to do to get the job done.”

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Jeff Horn: “It has definitely been a hard road to get to where I am. I had to fight very hard. The mindset is that I am coming in as an underdog even though I am a world champion. I have had to fight some messy fights and when I can start showing myself to everyone around the world is when I can start thinking differently.

“I don’t think about the underdog status. I had that before in the Manny Pacquiao fight. I will do what I did for that fight and that is not worry about that and just worry about what I’m going to do in there and make a fight of it and be competitive and win. Just keep thinking along those lines.”

Terence “Bud” Crawford looks to conquer yet another weight division Saturday evening, when he challenges WBO welterweight champion Jeff “The Hornet” Horn at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Both fighters…
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Campos-Bency June 29th in Nicaragua

WRAM Boxing (William Ramirez) and Nica Boxing (Pablo Osuna) will put on their second show in the month of June again loaded with local Nicaraguan talent. Former WBA regional titlist Winston Campos (30-4-5, 18 KOs) and David Bency (12-9-1, 4 KOs) clash in the 8 round super lightweight main event at the Gimnasio Nicarao in Managua, Nicaragua.

The co-feature will showcase unbeaten Brayan Mairena (10-0-1, 4 KOs) vs. Limber Ramirez(9-1,3KOs) in a 6 round super bantamweight bout. Continue reading “Campos-Bency June 29th in Nicaragua”

WRAM Boxing (William Ramirez) and Nica Boxing (Pablo Osuna) will put on their second show in the month of June again loaded with local Nicaraguan talent. Former WBA regional titlist…
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WBO Convention moved to Panama

By David Finger

Well, it’s official: the WBO will not be going to Nicaragua for its annual convention in October. With anti-government protest in Nicaragua spiraling out of control WBO President Francisco Valcarcel took to Twitter today to let WBO officials and boxing insiders know that the 2018 convention will now take place in Panama City, Panama.

“Our 2018 convention has been moved from Managua to Panama.” Valcarcel tweeted earlier today (June 6th). “Our dates will remain the same, Oct 29-Nov 2 at Hotel Panama in Panama City, Panama.”

Interestingly enough, this is the second move for the 2018 convention. Initially, the venue was supposed to be Costa Rica before Nicaragua made a push earlier this year to host the event. Continue reading “WBO Convention moved to Panama”

By David Finger Well, it’s official: the WBO will not be going to Nicaragua for its annual convention in October. With anti-government protest in Nicaragua spiraling out of control WBO…
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Tyson Fury: I could have picked someone a lot easier

Former Unified Heavyweight World Champion Tyson Fury took one more step toward ending his 31-month exile from the sport as he met face-to-face with Sefer Seferi at the final press conference Wednesday at the Midland Hotel in Manchester. SHOWTIME Sports will live stream the long-awaited return of Fury (25-0, 18 KOs), a former WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight world champion on Saturday.

Photo: Stacey Verbeek

Here’s what Fury had to say on Wednesday:

“If he has knocked out 21 men before, if he gets it on my chin he will knock me out too. I look at Sefer like I look at Wladimir Klitschko, Deontay Wilder, Anthony Joshua, anybody. He’s a dangerous puncher. I could have picked someone a lot easier than Sefer; someone to knock out in a round. But I need rounds.” Continue reading “Tyson Fury: I could have picked someone a lot easier”

Former Unified Heavyweight World Champion Tyson Fury took one more step toward ending his 31-month exile from the sport as he met face-to-face with Sefer Seferi at the final press…
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IBF strips Golovkin of middleweight title

After a lengthy review and period of deliberation the International Boxing Federation has vacated the IBF middleweight title held by Gennady Golovkin since October 17, 2015, as a result of Golovkin not accepting one of the conditions put forth by the organization to grant him the Exception to Regulations to fight Vanes Martirosyan on May 5, 2018 which was not sanctioned by the IBF.

Golovkin still holds the WBA and WBC versions of the title. Continue reading “IBF strips Golovkin of middleweight title”

After a lengthy review and period of deliberation the International Boxing Federation has vacated the IBF middleweight title held by Gennady Golovkin since October 17, 2015, as a result of…
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Bob Arum: Get used to ESPN+

Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum commented on the fact that Saturday’s Crawford-Horn fight can only be seen in the U.S. on the ESPN+ paid streaming service rather than ESPN TV.

“You can’t hold back the future and the future is direct to consumer,” said Arum. “The future is ESPN+, where I believe in the next 10 to 20 years everyone will be watching their entertainment on direct to consumer platforms. Like Netflix in entertainment, ESPN+ will be the place for sports in abundance. To fans now in the United States and around the world, it is the future. Get used to it. Jeff Horn and Terence Crawford will go down in history as the two fighters who are the first to fight in this direct to consumer sports entertainment space.”

Note: ESPN+ has already presented feeds from a few international boxing events, but Crawford-Horn is the first major U.S. fight on the service.

Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum commented on the fact that Saturday’s Crawford-Horn fight can only be seen in the U.S. on the ESPN+ paid streaming service rather than ESPN…
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Givhan-Eyubov added to June 22 Detroit card

Another exciting battle between well-regarded prospects has been added to the un-televised undercard of Salita Promotions’ “Shields vs. Gabriels” event on Friday, June 22, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. In a classic “bull vs. matador” match-up, Kalamazoo, Michigan’s Nicholas “King Beamen” Givhan (21-1-1, 11 KOs) will face undefeated Bakhtiyar “Bakha Bullet” Eyubov (13-0, 11 KOs), from Aktjubinsk, Kazakhstan, over 10 exciting super-lightweight rounds.

A six-year pro, Nicholas Givhan has had mixed results, thus far, against stronger opposition. He fought to a draw with France’s 8-1 Freddy Durand in August 2015 and suffered his lone setback against undefeated top contender Ivan Baranchyk in March 2016. Givhan has won five straight fights since then and was last seen scoring a unanimous decision over rugged veteran Agustin Cicero last February. Givhan is a smooth boxer with good instincts in the ring. The 32-year-old stands 5’ 9” and has a 68” reach. Continue reading “Givhan-Eyubov added to June 22 Detroit card”

Another exciting battle between well-regarded prospects has been added to the un-televised undercard of Salita Promotions’ “Shields vs. Gabriels” event on Friday, June 22, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit.…
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It’s official. Bivol to defend against Chilemba

WBA Light Heavyweight World Champion Dmitry Bivol (13-0, 11 KOs) of St. Petersburg, Russia will make his third title defense against light heavyweight contender Isaac “Golden Boy” Chilemba (25-5-2, 10 KOs) of Blantyre, Malawi as the co-main event on the Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev vs. Eleider “Storm” Alvarez card at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City on Saturday, August 4. The event will be presented by Main Events and Krusher Promotions in association with Groupe Yvon Michel and World of Boxing. The doubleheader will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing® beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

Bivol, 27, made his professional debut in 2014 with six straight knockouts. In 2016, he defeated Felix Valera to secure the Interim WBA Light Heavyweight Title. After the retirement of Andre Ward in September of last year, the WBA elevated Dmitry to WBA Light Heavyweight World Champion. In November 2017, he made his first successful title defense against Trent Broadhurst in Monte Carlo with a first round knockout. In March at Madison Square Garden, Bivol handed Sullivan Barrera his second defeat and first career knock out loss with a thrilling 12th round stoppage. This will Bivol’s first fight in Atlantic City and mark his third appearance on HBO. Continue reading “It’s official. Bivol to defend against Chilemba”

WBA Light Heavyweight World Champion Dmitry Bivol (13-0, 11 KOs) of St. Petersburg, Russia will make his third title defense against light heavyweight contender Isaac “Golden Boy” Chilemba (25-5-2, 10…
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Crawford, Santa Cruz, Charlo are big favorites

A lot of big names in action this weekend with very clear betting favorites. Leo Santa Cruz is a 5:1 pick in what is considered the closest matchup.

Terence Crawford -850 vs. Jeff Horn +525
Leo Santa Cruz -500 vs. Abner Mares +350
Jermell Charlo -950 vs. Austin Trout +575
Terry Flanagan -900 vs. Maurice Hooker +550

Tyson Fury and Diego de la Hoya are 100:1 favorites in their bouts.

Tyson Fury -10000 vs. Sefer Seferi +1600
Diego de la Hoya -10000 vs. Jose Salgado +1600

Do you see any upsets brewing?

A lot of big names in action this weekend with very clear betting favorites. Leo Santa Cruz is a 5:1 pick in what is considered the closest matchup. Terence Crawford…
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Crawford: This fight is nothing about size but everything about skill

By Bill Green

In a few days Terence Crawford will challenge Jeff Horn for the WBO welterweight title at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and streamed Live by ESPN+. The stage is set, the hype is growing, but several questions for both fighters need to answered inside that ring on fight night. For the champion, its an all to redundant one, did he beat a slipping past his prime champion in Manny Pacquiao, or is he simply vastly underrated?

Photo: Make Believe New Media

For Crawford, he too is growing tiresome of the same repetitive questions, how will he handle a new division? Can he handle a full fledged welterweight power? Crawford himself, has chosen to ignore the majority of the critics and simply put quality work the only way he knows how…in the gym.

Horn and his team all week long have been on the defense and voiced their displeasure regarding how they have felt slighted on this promotion. In other words, they have a major chip on their shoulder and are definitely highly motivated to prove the critics wrong.

Fresh off 8-10 rounds of sparring last week, Fightnews.com® was able to sit down with the formerly undisputed 140lb champ and several key members of his team. Continue reading “Crawford: This fight is nothing about size but everything about skill”

By Bill Green In a few days Terence Crawford will challenge Jeff Horn for the WBO welterweight title at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and streamed Live by ESPN+. The…
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Weights from Hollywood, Calif

Photo: Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/360 Promotions

Denis Shafikov 131.4 vs. Hector Ambriz Suarez 131.4
Brian Ceballo 146.2 vs. Adan Ahumada 146.6
Serhii Bohachuk 153.4 vs. Cesar Berumen 152.4
Louisa Hawton 105.4 vs. Elvia Trevino 103.8
Mario Ramos 127.2 vs. Guadalupe Arroyo 128.8
Jonathan Esquivel 159.8 vs. Sergio L. Gonzales 159.4
Luis Rosales 122 vs. Roberto Pucheta 121.8
Elvina Hadzic White 140.6 vs. Annette Pabello 136.2

Venue: The Avalon, Hollywood, California
Promoter: 360 Promotions
TV: www.360Promotions.us

Denis Shafikov 131.4 vs. Hector Ambriz Suarez 131.4 Brian Ceballo 146.2 vs. Adan Ahumada 146.6 Serhii Bohachuk 153.4 vs. Cesar Berumen 152.4 Louisa Hawton 105.4 vs. Elvia Trevino 103.8 Mario…
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Austin Trout: This is my time

Former WBA super welterweight world champion Austin Trout (31-4, 17 KOs) last held a world title in 2012. He has lost four consecutive world title fights. He’ll be about a 10:1 underdog when he steps into to ring to fight current WBC super welterweight world champion Jermell Charlo this Saturday live on SHOWTIME from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. But, the 32-year-old Trout warns that he’s ready to pick up where he left off six years ago.

“I truly believe I’m the best,” says Trout, “and in order to prove that you’ve got to fight those that claim to be the best… no matter what Jermell Charlo brings, I’m ready for it. Continue reading “Austin Trout: This is my time”

Former WBA super welterweight world champion Austin Trout (31-4, 17 KOs) last held a world title in 2012. He has lost four consecutive world title fights. He’ll be about a…
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Late Results from Pensacola

By Morrison Brandon at ringside
Photos by Scott Foster

Square Ring Promotions, in conjunction with promoter Dean Toole, hosted “Island Fights 48” at the Civic Center in the historic downtown district of Pensacola, FL this past Saturday. The card featured four-action packed displays of the Sweet Science with 3 of the 4 bouts not going the distance. In the main event, hometown favorite Devin Cushing (8-0, 5 KOs) out of the gym of Roy Jones Jr., faced late substitute Dylan Blakesley, who was making his pro debut. Continue reading “Late Results from Pensacola”

By Morrison Brandon at ringside Photos by Scott Foster Square Ring Promotions, in conjunction with promoter Dean Toole, hosted “Island Fights 48” at the Civic Center in the historic downtown…
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O’Quinn discusses upcoming fight

Decorated amateur and undefeated Detroit super flyweight Ja’Rico “The Great Lakes King” O’Quinn talks about his preparations in Detroit for his upcoming fight June 22nd at the Detroit Masonic Temple

Decorated amateur and undefeated Detroit super flyweight Ja’Rico “The Great Lakes King” O’Quinn talks about his preparations in Detroit for his upcoming fight June 22nd at the Detroit Masonic Temple

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