Wilder-Joshua clash getting closer

The team of WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) has accepted the terms offered by the team of WBA/IBF/WBO heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua (21-0, 20 KOs) to fight for the undisputed heavyweight title this coming September or October in the UK with a return match in the USA. The Wilder team is now awaiting a contract. Stay tuned.

The team of WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) has accepted the terms offered by the team of WBA/IBF/WBO heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua (21-0, 20 KOs) to fight…
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Video: Full 2018 IBHOF Induction Ceremony

By Boxing Bob Newman

The IBHOF class of 2018 delivers their acceptance speeches on the hallowed grounds in Canastota, NY. Several touching moments took place as Russell Peltz paid tribute to the late Lorraine Chargin, The WBO’s John Duggan accepted for his ailing friend Klaus Peter Kohl, Vitali Klitschko praised his biggest motivator- kid brother Wladimir and Mike Tyson paid an emotional tribute to his former antagonist, now friend, Jim Gray.

By Boxing Bob Newman The IBHOF class of 2018 delivers their acceptance speeches on the hallowed grounds in Canastota, NY. Several touching moments took place as Russell Peltz paid tribute…
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Zeuge defends WBA 168lb title against Fielding July 14

WBA “regular” super middleweight champion Tyron Zeuge (22-0-1, 12 KOs) defends his world title against Rocky Fielding (26-1, 14 KOs) on July 14 at the Baden Arena in Offenburg, Germany. Zeuge, who captured the WBA belt with a twelfth-round knockout victory over Giovanni De Carolis in November 2016, returns for a fourth defense of his title following the second-round destruction of Isaac Ekpo at the Inselparkhalle in Wilhelmsburg in March, and is set to face his second British challenger having previously recorded a unanimous points win over Paul Smith at the Rittal Arena in Wetzlar last June. Continue reading “Zeuge defends WBA 168lb title against Fielding July 14”

WBA “regular” super middleweight champion Tyron Zeuge (22-0-1, 12 KOs) defends his world title against Rocky Fielding (26-1, 14 KOs) on July 14 at the Baden Arena in Offenburg, Germany.…
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Dib-Farmer clash Aug 3 for IBF 130 title

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former IBF featherweight champion Billy Dib (43-4, 24 KOs) will clash with Tevin Farmer (25-4-1, 5 KOs) for the vacant IBF super featherweight championship at Technology Park, Sydney, NSW, Australia on August 3rd. Dib is trained by former three-time world champion Jeff Fenech, who is confident his charge will be victorious. “Billy is very focused and is in great fight shape to win on August 3rd,” said Fenech.

Farmer is coming off a split decision loss to Kenichi Ogawa for the vacant IBF super featherweight title in 2017 but Ogawa was later stripped of the title and decision was changed to a No Contest when the Japanese fighter tested positive for androstanediol.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former IBF featherweight champion Billy Dib (43-4, 24 KOs) will clash with Tevin Farmer (25-4-1, 5 KOs) for the vacant IBF super featherweight…
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Wilder: $50 million offer to Joshua still available

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has again used social media to call on WBA, IBF, WBO heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua to accept his $50 million offer.

🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 for all you @anthonyfjoshua fans… The $50M offer for him to fight me next in the US is still available. Today I even agreed to their offer to fight Joshua next in the UK. If he prefers the fight in the UK, the ball is in their court. It’s up to them to choose.

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has again used social media to call on WBA, IBF, WBO heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua to accept his $50 million offer. 🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 for all…
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Diaz-Ito clash for WBO 130lb belt on July 28

Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz wants to add his name to the storied list of Puerto Rican world champions. He will get that chance July 28 at the Kissimmee Civic Center, when he squares off against Masayuki Ito for the vacant World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior lightweight title formerly held by Vasyl Lomachenko.

And, in the 10-round co-feature, undefeated welterweight prospect Carlos “Caballo Bronco” Adames will face Artemio Reyes of San Bernardino, Calif.

Diaz-Ito and Adames-Reyes will stream live and exclusively in the United States at 9:30 ET on ESPN+. Continue reading “Diaz-Ito clash for WBO 130lb belt on July 28”

Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz wants to add his name to the storied list of Puerto Rican world champions. He will get that chance July 28 at the Kissimmee Civic Center, when…
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Shields-Gabriels undercard update

The off-TV undercard of the “Shields vs. Gabriels” event on Friday, June 22, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, is stacked with fights between local and international prospects.

Salita Promotions has put together several strong match-ups in addition to the nationally televised SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION (10 p.m. ET/PT) portion of the show, which features two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and current Unified Women’s Super-Middleweight Champion Claressa Shields (5-0, 2 KOs) taking on unified 154-pound champion Hanna Gabriels for the vacant IBF and WBA Women’s Middleweight World Championships.

Topping the non-televised action will be worldwide fan favorite Bakhtiyar “Bakha Bullet” Eyubov (13-0, 11 KOs) of Aktjubinsk, Kazakhstan, taking on Nicholas “King Beamen” Givhan (21-1-1, 11 KOs) of nearby Kalamazoo, Michigan, in a 10-rounder for the USBA Great Lakes Region Welterweight Championship. Continue reading “Shields-Gabriels undercard update”

The off-TV undercard of the “Shields vs. Gabriels” event on Friday, June 22, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, is stacked with fights between local and international prospects. Salita Promotions…
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Mikey: After Easter, only Loma makes sense

During Saturday’s Showtime telecast, it was officially announced that WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia and IBF lightweight champion Robert Easter Jr. will meet in a 135-pound unification showdown on July 28 live on SHOWTIME from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.

Mikey Garcia: “We were fighting at 140 but I always had my mind set act coming back to lightweight. The only fight that made sense was a unification and the fighter available was Robert Easter Jr. He’s a champion and the man to beat. It’s great to be back to finally give my fans here in Southern California a fight. Now that we are I get to give them a unification match and the biggest fight of my career to date…I got my fight on July 28, but there’s been a lot of talk about Lomachenko and me over the past year. If I get through Robert Easter I’d be unified champ and the only other fight that makes sense is Lomachenko.”

Robert Easter: “Lomachenko and Mikey are two skillful guys in the lightweight division and two guys I want to fight. Me and Mikey will do the talking in the ring. My height and my reach will give anyone problems as long as I use them skillfully.”

During Saturday’s Showtime telecast, it was officially announced that WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia and IBF lightweight champion Robert Easter Jr. will meet in a 135-pound unification showdown on July…
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Fury returns August 18 in Belfast

Two-weight world champion Carl Frampton will headline at Windsor Park in Belfast, Northern Ireland on August 18 on a card that will also feature former heavyweight king Tyson Fury. Frampton (25-1, 14 KOs) currently holds the interim WBO world featherweight title after outclassing Nonito Donaire at Belfast’s SSE Arena in April and will return at one his city’s major stadiums. Joining ‘The Jackal’ will be unbeaten heavyweight Fury (26-0, 19 KOs), who shrugged off two-and-a-half years out of the ring with a four-round stoppage of Sefer Seferi on Saturday. There are rumors that Fury will meet WBA heavyweight champion Manuel Charr.

Two-weight world champion Carl Frampton will headline at Windsor Park in Belfast, Northern Ireland on August 18 on a card that will also feature former heavyweight king Tyson Fury. Frampton…
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Ocampo preparing for war against Spence

As unbeaten challenger Carlos Ocampo nears his mandatory world title shot against IBF Welterweight World Champion Errol Spence Jr., Ocampo shared his thoughts on training camp and the upcoming matchup taking place Saturday, June 16 live on SHOWTIME from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas.

Photo: Team Ocampo

Here is what Ocampo had to say from training camp with head trainer Rafael Guzman from Guzman’s gym in Ensenada, Mexico:

Carlos Ocampo: “I know Spence is a very tough fighter, but I can’t say for sure what he’s going to do in the ring. What I do know is, I’ll be ready for whatever it is. Continue reading “Ocampo preparing for war against Spence”

As unbeaten challenger Carlos Ocampo nears his mandatory world title shot against IBF Welterweight World Champion Errol Spence Jr., Ocampo shared his thoughts on training camp and the upcoming matchup…
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Hanna Gabriels Update

Unified female junior middleweight world champion Hanna Gabriels prepares for her United States and Showtime debuts on June 22nd against Claressa Shields for the middleweight world title.

Unified female junior middleweight world champion Hanna Gabriels prepares for her United States and Showtime debuts on June 22nd against Claressa Shields for the middleweight world title.

Heavyweights Kauffman, Washington, Hunter win

Heavyweight Travis Kauffman (32-2, 23 KOs) scored a tight ten round majority decision over late sub Scott Alexander (14-3, 8 KOs) on Sunday night at the Pioneer Event Center in Lancaster, California.

Photo: Leo Wilson/Premier Boxing Champions

It looked like it might be a short night when Kauffman dropped Alexander in round one with a big right hand. Alexander returned the favor floored Kauffman with a left hook at the end of the round. Surprisingly, the bout went the distance with scores of 95-95, 96-94, 96-94 for Kauffman. Continue reading “Heavyweights Kauffman, Washington, Hunter win”

Heavyweight Travis Kauffman (32-2, 23 KOs) scored a tight ten round majority decision over late sub Scott Alexander (14-3, 8 KOs) on Sunday night at the Pioneer Event Center in…
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2018 IBHOF Inductions

By Boxing Bob Newman

The 2018 edition of the International Boxing Hall of Fame induction weekend came off without a hitch this weekend in Canastota, New York. The bucolic, unlikely home of the hall can often suffer the perils of unseasonable weather, no matter the time of year. Rain was forecast for Sunday’s induction ceremony. But if you haven’t heard what they say about the weather in these parts, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes, it’ll change!”

The boxing gods were looking down on the gathering of boxing’s elite and the sun also shined upon them as nary a drop of rain, not the cover of clouds shown all day long. As over a thousand fans of pugilism filled the grounds and took cover from the sun on the hall grounds, six living and three posthumous inductees were enshrined today. Continue reading “2018 IBHOF Inductions”

By Boxing Bob Newman The 2018 edition of the International Boxing Hall of Fame induction weekend came off without a hitch this weekend in Canastota, New York. The bucolic, unlikely…
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Cabrera Mioletti stays undefeated at the Boat

Photos: Mike Blair

Junior lightweight Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti is making a habit out of handing fighters their first career defeat. Cabrera-Mioletti improved to 12-0 by beating previously unbeaten Elijah Pierce by unanimous decision in the main event of Battle at the Boat 116 on Saturday at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Wash.

Cabrera-Mioletti, who knocked Pierce down at the end of the first round, appeared as the 97-92, 97-92, 100-89 winner on the judge’s scorecards. It was Cabrera-Mioletti’s second consecutive win over an undefeated fighter and the fourth time over his last six fights he accomplished the feat. Pierce fell to 8-1-0 with the loss. Continue reading “Cabrera Mioletti stays undefeated at the Boat”

Photos: Mike Blair Junior lightweight Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti is making a habit out of handing fighters their first career defeat. Cabrera-Mioletti improved to 12-0 by beating previously unbeaten Elijah Pierce by…
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FS1 Weights from Lancaster, Calif.

Travis Kauffman 242.5 vs. Scott Alexander 229

Photo: Leo Wilson/Premier Boxing Champions

Gerald Washington 234 vs. Wes Nofire 242
Michael Hunter 218.5 vs. Iago Kiladze 218.5
Ahmed Elbiali 177.5 vs. Zolton Sera 177

Venue: Pioneer Event Center in Lancaster, Calif.
Promoter: TGB Promotions
TV: FS1

Travis Kauffman 242.5 vs. Scott Alexander 229 Gerald Washington 234 vs. Wes Nofire 242 Michael Hunter 218.5 vs. Iago Kiladze 218.5 Ahmed Elbiali 177.5 vs. Zolton Sera 177 Venue: Pioneer…
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Arum: Crawford as good or better than Leonard

By David Robinett

Following his impressive ninth-round stoppage victory over formerly unbeaten Jeff Horn, newly minted WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford and his promoter Bob Arum spoke at the post-fight press conference at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Jeff Horn was delayed while receiving stitches in his dressing room and did not join the main portion of the press conference.

Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

“About the second or third round I knew I was the stronger guy,” responded Crawford, when asked when he felt he was in control of the fight. “I knew his [Horn] punches couldn’t hurt me, I hit him with a right hook that really hurt him and I knew then it was just a matter of time.”

Crawford also explained that Horn did not offer any surprises in the ring. “He did everything we expected him to do. We knew how he was going to come. There’s only so much you can change when you fight one style and one style only, so we knew how the fight was going to go.” Continue reading “Arum: Crawford as good or better than Leonard”

By David Robinett Following his impressive ninth-round stoppage victory over formerly unbeaten Jeff Horn, newly minted WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford and his promoter Bob Arum spoke at the…
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Robles tops Ramos in WBA eliminator

Sandra “Perla Negra” Robles (21-2-0, 10 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Brenda “Muñeca” Ramos (13-7, 4 KOs) on Saturday night in a World Boxing Association (WBA) female light flyweight elimination fight at the Auditorio Municipal in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Scores were 97-93, 99-91 and 98-92.

Other Results:
Dewayne Beamon W6 Wilibaldo Copala (super flyweight)
Elwin Soto TKO2 Jorge Hernandez (light flyweight)
Bryan Figueroa KO4 Armando Mariscal (super lightweight)
Omar Aguilar KO1 Alejandro Almada (super lightweight)
Melissa Esquivel W6 Jacqueline Coutiño (bantamweight)
Maria del Sol Moreno W4 Viridiana Mendiola (super lightweight)

Sandra “Perla Negra” Robles (21-2-0, 10 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Brenda “Muñeca” Ramos (13-7, 4 KOs) on Saturday night in a World Boxing Association (WBA) female…
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Chihuas Rodriguez crushes Tobe

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Former WBO minimumweight champion Francisco “Chihuas” Rodriguez (28-4-1, 20 KOs) scored a second round KO over Yohei Tobe (13-3-1, 9 KOs) on Saturday night in a super flyweight clash at the Gimnasio Nuevo León Independiente in Monterrey, Mexico. Tobe down twice. This was the ninth straight win for “Chihuas,” who retained his WBC Latin silver title.

In other action, 2016 Olympian super lightweight Lindolfo Delgado stopped Jose Luis Avalos in three, bantamweight Karim Arce (nephew of former world champ Jorge Arce) fought to an eight round draw with Juan Jimenez, and female bantamweight Dulce “Sexy” García stopped Monica Trejo in six.

By Gabriel F. Cordero Former WBO minimumweight champion Francisco “Chihuas” Rodriguez (28-4-1, 20 KOs) scored a second round KO over Yohei Tobe (13-3-1, 9 KOs) on Saturday night in a…
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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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