Weekend Boxing Odds

Here are this weekend’s boxing odds courtesy of The Greek Sportsbook:

Gervonta Davis vs Hugo Ruiz
Gervonta Davis -2000
Hugo Ruiz +1000
Over 4½ rounds -145
Under 4½ rounds +120

Joseph Diaz vs Charles Huerta
Joseph Diaz -6000
Charles Huerta +2500
Over 7½ rounds -380
Under 7½ rounds +290

Javier Fortuna vs Sharif Bogere
Javier Fortuna -320
Sharif Bogere +260
Over 7½ rounds -360
Under 7½ rounds +280

Erickson Lubin vs Ishe Smith
Erickson Lubin -2000
Ishe Smith +1000
Over 7½ rounds -360
Under 7½ rounds +280

Alberto Machado vs Andrew Cancio
Alberto Machado -1700
Andrew Cancio +900
Over 4½ rounds -215
Under 4½ rounds +182

Rey Vargas vs Franklin Manzanilla
Rey Vargas -1500
Franklin Manzanilla +800
Over 9½ rounds -170
Under 9½ rounds +145

SUNDAY

Raymundo Beltran vs Hiroki Okada
Raymundo Beltran -320
Hiroki Okada +260
Over 7½ rounds -360
Under 7½ rounds +280

Jose Carlos Ramirez vs Jose Zepeda
Jose Carlos Ramirez -750
Jose Zepeda +500
Over 9½ rounds -165
Under 9½ rounds +135

Genesis Servania vs Carlos Castro
Genesis Servania -330
Carlos Castro +270
Over 7½ rounds -460
Under 7½ rounds +350

Andy Vences vs Dardan Zenunaj
Andy Vences -4000
Dardan Zenunaj +1600
Over 7½ rounds -300
Under 7½ rounds +240

Here are this weekend’s boxing odds courtesy of The Greek Sportsbook: Gervonta Davis vs Hugo Ruiz Gervonta Davis -2000 Hugo Ruiz +1000 Over 4½ rounds -145 Under 4½ rounds +120…
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Jones makes statement in win over Tyner

By Brad Snyder-The Undercard
Photos by Bob Ryder

Unbeaten 2016 National Golden Glove Champion Isiah Jones (8-0, 3 KOs) was victorious his biggest challenge to date in winning a junior middleweight bout versus the always dangerous Lanardo Tyner (35-14-2, 22 KOs) on Friday night at the sold out Sound Board in Detroit’s Motor City Casino and Hotel. Fans witnessed a main event that lived up to the hype with excitement and action with Jones unanimously prevailing over eight rounds 79-73, 78-74, 78-74.
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The previous day during the weigh in, both fighters acknowledged their mutual respect for one another. Tyner even admitting to liking Jones. He said this fight was a “measuring stick” to see where he was to a bigger fighter in Jones. Continue reading “Jones makes statement in win over Tyner”

By Brad Snyder-The Undercard Photos by Bob Ryder Unbeaten 2016 National Golden Glove Champion Isiah Jones (8-0, 3 KOs) was victorious his biggest challenge to date in winning a junior…
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Gardens Casino Fight Night series kicks off tonight

After more than three decades of delivering boxing to fans with the “Battle at the Marriott” and the “Fight Club OC” shows, Roy Englebrecht Promotions is launching “The Garden Casino Fight Night” series this Saturday at the Gardens Casino in Hawaiian Gardens, CA

The inaugural card will showcase four undefeated local fighters in separate bouts, including super bantamweight Humberto Rubalcava (9-0, 6 KOs) of Westminster, super middleweight Jonathan Esquivel (8-0, 7 KOs) from Anaheim, super bantamweight Anthony Casillas (7-0, 4 KOs) of South Gate, and bantamweight Anthony Ramirez (1-0, 1 KO) from Fontana. Continue reading “Gardens Casino Fight Night series kicks off tonight”

After more than three decades of delivering boxing to fans with the “Battle at the Marriott” and the “Fight Club OC” shows, Roy Englebrecht Promotions is launching “The Garden Casino…
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Gardens Casino Fight Night Weights

Jose Negrete 117.4 vs. Anthony Ramirez 117.8
Garrett Williams 161 vs. Ernesto Leyva 159.6
Sergio Lopez 120 vs. Anthony Casillas 120.4
Kenny Quack 164.2 vs. Mike Segura 164.2
Jonathan Esquivel 163 vs. Ricardo Escajeda 160.6
Humberto Rubalcava 121.3 vs. Jonathan Torres 121.6

Venue: Gardens Casino Event Center, Hawaiian Gardens, CA
Promoter: Roy Englebrecht Promotions

Jose Negrete 117.4 vs. Anthony Ramirez 117.8 Garrett Williams 161 vs. Ernesto Leyva 159.6 Sergio Lopez 120 vs. Anthony Casillas 120.4 Kenny Quack 164.2 vs. Mike Segura 164.2 Jonathan Esquivel…
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Weights from Peterborough, Ontario

Cody Crowley 151.5 lbs. vs. Stuart McLellan 154 lbs.
CPBC National and International Super Welterweight Championships

Jordan McCue 168 lbs. vs. Cody Purtel 165 lbs.
Arthur Biyarslanov 143 lbs. vs. Isaac Castan 142 lbs.
Steve Wilcox 143 lbs. vs. Javier Mercado 142.5 lbs.
Abokan Bokpe 198 lbs. vs. Juan Santiago 199 lbs.
Madison Blakely 127 lbs. vs. Ana Ruth Castro 127 lbs.

Promoter: CCC Promotions
Venue: Memorial Centre, Peterborough, ON

Cody Crowley 151.5 lbs. vs. Stuart McLellan 154 lbs. CPBC National and International Super Welterweight Championships Jordan McCue 168 lbs. vs. Cody Purtel 165 lbs. Arthur Biyarslanov 143 lbs. vs.…
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Saavedra shocks Hernandez

Bantamweight Luis Fernando Saavedra (8-6, 3 KOs) handed Mario Hernandez (8-1-1, 3 KOs) his first loss in what amounted to an upset win in the “New Blood” main event Friday night from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, Calif. Saavedra got off to a fast start with a first round knockdown that caught Hernandez by surprise. Saavedra, who traveled from San Luis Potosi, Mex., was accurate on the offensive and with his counter punching ability.

Hernandez never found a comfort zone. His attempts to cut the distance were often stymied by a Saavedra jab or two-punch combination that battered the shorter Hernandez. Saavedra was in control from start to finish and it showed in the scorecards. One judge had it 79-72, while the two others scored it 78-73. Continue reading “Saavedra shocks Hernandez”

Bantamweight Luis Fernando Saavedra (8-6, 3 KOs) handed Mario Hernandez (8-1-1, 3 KOs) his first loss in what amounted to an upset win in the “New Blood” main event Friday…
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Mundine Wants Horn Rematch

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Former WBA super-middleweight champion Anthony Mundine has decided to continue his boxing career after being stopped by former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn last December.

“After reflecting on the last fight, I wanted to sail into the sunset,” Mundine told Sunrise Morning Show. ”I wanted to] have that fight and win that fight. The way things turned out, ‘The Man’ can’t go out like that. I can’t go out in that fashion. I want to get the get back with Horn. I’m not retiring, I’m coming back. I might be the Michael Jackson, I’m going to come back from the dead.” Continue reading “Mundine Wants Horn Rematch”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Former WBA super-middleweight champion Anthony Mundine has decided to continue his boxing career after being stopped by former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn…
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Ruiz shocks Carto & South Philly

By John DiSanto at ringside
Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr.

Mexican Victor Ruiz, 23-10-1, 16 KOs, scored a devastating second round knockout over South Philly favorite Christian Carto, 17-1, 11 KOs, in the scheduled 8-round main event at the 2300 Arena. Carto won the first round, but in the second, Ruiz landed a vicious left that sent Carto down on his back. As he hit the mat, Carto’s head slammed onto the ring floor. Referee Eric Dali took one look at the motionless Carto and stopped the fight immediately. The time was 1:56 of the second round.
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The stunned South Philly crowd went silent as Carto remained on the canvas while the medical team tended to him, administering oxygen and eventually taking him out by stretcher. The fight’s frightening end and aftermath sent the large crowd home in a hush. Continue reading “Ruiz shocks Carto & South Philly”

By John DiSanto at ringside Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr. Mexican Victor Ruiz, 23-10-1, 16 KOs, scored a devastating second round knockout over South Philly favorite Christian Carto, 17-1, 11 KOs,…
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Davis, Ruiz make weight

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Photo: Dave Mandel/Showtime

Gervonta Davis 129.8 vs. Hugo Ruiz 129.4
(WBA super featherweight title)

Mario Barrios 142.5 vs. Richard Zamora 141.2
Erickson Lubin 155.8 vs. Ishe Smith 155.8
Sharif Bogere 135.6 vs. Javier Fortuna 135

Venue: Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California
Promoter: Mayweather Promotions
TV: Showtime

Gervonta Davis 129.8 vs. Hugo Ruiz 129.4 (WBA super featherweight title) Mario Barrios 142.5 vs. Richard Zamora 141.2 Erickson Lubin 155.8 vs. Ishe Smith 155.8 Sharif Bogere 135.6 vs. Javier…
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Ramirez-Zepeda Final Press Conference

Fresno’s Jose Ramirez (23-0, 16 KOs) will seek to make the second successful defense of his WBC super lightweight world title against Jose “Chon” Zepeda (30-1, 25 KOs) on Sunday from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif.

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Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Jose Ramirez

“I feel like I’m growing as a fighter. The older I get, the more mature I feel, the more experience I get. I feel like every fight I improve my skills and power. I’m very thankful to have a {trainer} like Robert Garcia. I train in a lot of gyms, but no gym has a family-oriented atmosphere like the Robert Garcia Boxing Academy…I feel like I have so many tools in my toolbox, and I’m ready for a guy like Jose Zepeda.”

Jose Zepeda

“My first title shot {against Terry Flanagan} was three years ago, and my shoulder gave in and I wasn’t able to continue. I feel like I was ready for that fight. It didn’t work out. After that, I kept working, and I fought probably three months after that. I kept fighting, and three years later, I get the opportunity against Ramirez. I would like to thank Jose Ramirez and his team, especially to fight in this event to KO cancer.” Continue reading “Ramirez-Zepeda Final Press Conference”

Fresno’s Jose Ramirez (23-0, 16 KOs) will seek to make the second successful defense of his WBC super lightweight world title against Jose “Chon” Zepeda (30-1, 25 KOs) on Sunday from…
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Machado, Vargas, Cancio, Manzanilla make weight

Alberto Machado 130 vs. Andrew Cancio 129.8
(WBA super featherweight title)

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Photo: Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/ Golden Boy Promotions

Rey Vargas 121.4 vs. Franklin Manzanilla 122
(WBC super bantamweight title)
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Photo: Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/ Golden Boy Promotions

Joseph Diaz 129.8 vs. Charles Huerta 130

Venue: Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: DAZN

Alberto Machado 130 vs. Andrew Cancio 129.8 (WBA super featherweight title) Rey Vargas 121.4 vs. Franklin Manzanilla 122 (WBC super bantamweight title) Joseph Diaz 129.8 vs. Charles Huerta 130 Venue:…
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Weights from Mexico City

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Daniel Valladares 110.6 vs. Gilbert José González 110.2
Argi Cortes 117.5 vs. Luis Javier Cerrito 117
Bryan González 134 vs. Luis Daniel Cruz 131
David Picazo 126 vs. Victor Antonio Tovar 128
Jackeline Mucio 117 vs. Valeria Pérez 118
Julio César Juárez 125.5 vs. Angel Martínez 125.3

Venue: Gimnasio Sindicato Trabajadores del Metro, CdMX
Promoter: Zanfer Promotions
Tv: Azteca 7, La Casa del Boxeo

Daniel Valladares 110.6 vs. Gilbert José González 110.2 Argi Cortes 117.5 vs. Luis Javier Cerrito 117 Bryan González 134 vs. Luis Daniel Cruz 131 David Picazo 126 vs. Victor Antonio…
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Price returning against unbeaten foe

Heavyweight David Price (23-6, 19 KOs) meets undefeated Kash Ali (14-0, 6 KOs) on the undercard of Liam Smith’s super welterweight clash with Sam Eggington at the M&S Bank Arena Liverpool on March 30, live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US. Price fights in Merseyside for the first time in nearly three years as he looks to make a fresh charge on the heavyweight division following his recent win over Hatfield’s Tom Little at The O2.

The former British and Commonwealth Champion is determined to prove that he can still mix it with the top Heavyweights as he bids to return to title contention in 2019, but isn’t overlooking his former sparring partner. Continue reading “Price returning against unbeaten foe”

Heavyweight David Price (23-6, 19 KOs) meets undefeated Kash Ali (14-0, 6 KOs) on the undercard of Liam Smith’s super welterweight clash with Sam Eggington at the M&S Bank Arena…
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Tszyu and Gallen victorious

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing
Photos: Peter McDermont

In a nationally Foxtel-televised bout, Australian light middleweight Tim Tszyu (12-0, 10 KOs) stopped former Commonwealth Champion Denton Vassell (25-5, 11 KOs) in round two of the main event twelve round WBA Oceana title bout at the Hordern Pavillion, Sydney, NSW, Australia with a sold out attendance of five thousand fans on Friday.
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Tszyu was the aggressor from the opening bell and connected with solid combinations that had the Englishmen on the backmove. Tszyu dropped Vassell in round two and the referee crowned the Australian after he had his opponent in trouble on the ropes. Tim is the son of Hall of Famer Kostya Tszyu and looks destined for international recognition in 2019. Continue reading “Tszyu and Gallen victorious”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Photos: Peter McDermont In a nationally Foxtel-televised bout, Australian light middleweight Tim Tszyu (12-0, 10 KOs) stopped former Commonwealth Champion Denton Vassell (25-5,…
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Naoya Inoue named Japan’s Boxer of the Year

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Unbeaten WBA bantamweight champion Naoya Inoue was named Japan’s Boxer of the Year by the Japan Boxing Commission (JBC) in association with the Japan Professional Boxing Association (JPBA), the union of club owners, and Sports Writers Club today (Friday) in Tokyo, Japan.
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“Monster” Naoya displayed a quick demolition of Jamie McDonnell and Juan Carlos Payano—each in the opening session last year. Inoue said, “I’m happy to be able to respond to people’s expectations with my best performance. I wish to contribute to having boxing activated with my efforts.” Continue reading “Naoya Inoue named Japan’s Boxer of the Year”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Unbeaten WBA bantamweight champion Naoya Inoue was named Japan’s Boxer of the Year by the Japan Boxing Commission (JBC) in association with the…
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Canelo to remain WBA champ in two weight classes

The World Boxing Association Championships Committee has ratified Saul “Canelo” Alvarez as the WBA’s middleweight and super middleweight champion. Canelo will be able to hold both WBA titles simultaneously in accordance with the organization’s rules, as it was also the case with Floyd Mayweather Jr. some years ago.

Canelo won the WBA super championship at middleweight last September when he defeated Gennady Golovkin, and he will defend the title in May against IBF champ Daniel Jacobs. He won the 168-pound WBA title last December when he defeated Rocky Fielding.

The World Boxing Association Championships Committee has ratified Saul “Canelo” Alvarez as the WBA’s middleweight and super middleweight champion. Canelo will be able to hold both WBA titles simultaneously in…
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Weights From Detroit

Report/photos: Bob Ryder

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Lanardo Tyner 150 vs. Isiah Jones 156.6
Jarico O’Quinn 117.6 vs. Alex Rangel 120.2
Frank Martin 141 vs. Efrain Cruz 136.6
Matt Price 256.2 vs. Henry Wright 206.2
Taylor Duerr 191.6 vs. Nicholas Lavin 200.4
Darryl Cunningham 158.4 vs. Rafael Garcia 165.6
James Grey 138.2 vs. Jermoun Houck 141.6
Munib Al-Salmani 139.6 vs. John Zendejas 141
Garrett Ross 157.4 vs. Cody Baker 156.2

Venue: MotorCity Casino-Hotel
Promoter: Carlos Llinas (CLIP Boxing)
Matchmakers: CarlosLlinas, Aaron Rodriguez
Tickets: Ticketmaster.com, Doors: 6:30 PM, First Bout: 7 PM

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Report/photos: Bob Ryder Lanardo Tyner 150 vs. Isiah Jones 156.6 Jarico O’Quinn 117.6 vs. Alex Rangel 120.2 Frank Martin 141 vs. Efrain Cruz 136.6 Matt Price 256.2 vs. Henry Wright…
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Paul Nasari to be honored

Fightnews.com contributor and former champion professional welterweight Paul Nasari will be honored at the Hall Of Fame Dinner at the Pullman hotel in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on March 2nd when he will receive the Gus Mercurio Memorial award for services to boxing.
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Paul began boxing as an amateur during the 1980s and as a professional in the 1990s defeated Aussie Hall of Famer Tony “Mad Dog” Miller and dropping a close twelve round decision to Scott Brouer in a Australian lightweight title bout. Paul also boxed internationally in the Philippines where he headlined a Manila promotion and on the undercard future great Manny Pacquiao was featured. Continue reading “Paul Nasari to be honored”

Fightnews.com contributor and former champion professional welterweight Paul Nasari will be honored at the Hall Of Fame Dinner at the Pullman hotel in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on March 2nd when…
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Shearns Boxing announces inaugural show

New England’s newest promotional company, Shearns Boxing Promotions (SBP), held a press conference Thursday to formally announce the presentation of its inaugural event on March 15 at The Palladium in Worcester, MA. Five of the eight fights pit N.E. vs. N.E. fighters.

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Photo: Emily Harney

Local fan favorite Kendrick “Peppa” Ball, Jr. (11-1-2, 8 KOs) will face an opponent to be determined in the six-round main event for the vacant New England middleweight title. Continue reading “Shearns Boxing announces inaugural show”

New England’s newest promotional company, Shearns Boxing Promotions (SBP), held a press conference Thursday to formally announce the presentation of its inaugural event on March 15 at The Palladium in…
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Weights from Ontario, California

Mario Hernandez 118.3 vs. Luis Fernando Saavedra 118.9
Ruben Torres 136.8 vs. Elliott Brown 137.7
George Acosta 134.2 vs. Guadalupe Arroyo 135
Richard Brewart 151.7 vs. Abel Reyes 151
Leo Ruiz 151.6 vs. Adan Ahumada 154.4

Venue: Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, Calif.
Promoter: Thompson Boxing
TV: Facebook

Mario Hernandez 118.3 vs. Luis Fernando Saavedra 118.9 Ruben Torres 136.8 vs. Elliott Brown 137.7 George Acosta 134.2 vs. Guadalupe Arroyo 135 Richard Brewart 151.7 vs. Abel Reyes 151 Leo…
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Moloney returns March 30

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

WBA #3, WBC #6, IBF #9, WBO #9 bantamweight Jason “The Smooth One” Moloney returns to the ring on March 30 at the Seagulls Stadium in Tweeds Heads, NSW Australia. Moloney, who dropped a very controversial decision in the World Boxing Super Series against IBF world champion Emmanuel Rodriguez, will be looking to bounce back in style as he takes on the challenge of highly rated WBA Asia Champion Cris Paulino over 10 rounds.

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Photo: Alex Nunez

Moloney said, “I absolutely loved being involved in the WBSS. Obviously we didn’t get the result we wanted which was devastating but to represent Australia in the biggest tournament in world boxing and to fight for a world title was very special and something I will never forget. Continue reading “Moloney returns March 30”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing WBA #3, WBC #6, IBF #9, WBO #9 bantamweight Jason “The Smooth One” Moloney returns to the ring on March 30 at the…
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Jose Ramirez visits cancer center

WBC super lightweight champion Jose Ramirez has fought for many causes near and dear to his heart and to the citizens of California’s Central Valley. As he readies to defend his title against Jose “Chon” Zepeda on Sunday at Fresno’s Save Mart Center, Ramirez is using his platform to continue the fight against cancer.

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Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

Ramirez visited cancer patients and their families Thursday at the Community Cancer Institute, one of the nation’s premier cancer treatment facilities. Continue reading “Jose Ramirez visits cancer center”

WBC super lightweight champion Jose Ramirez has fought for many causes near and dear to his heart and to the citizens of California’s Central Valley. As he readies to defend…
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Davis-Ruiz Final Press Conference

WBA super featherweight world champion Gervonta Davis and former world champion Hugo Ruiz went face-to-face Thursday at the final press conference before they go toe-to-toe this Saturday night in the main event of Showtime Championship Boxing from Dignity Health Sports Park, formerly StubHub Center, in Carson, Calif. Davis was joined on-stage by his promoter Floyd Mayweather.

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Photo: Sean Michael Ham/Mayweather Promotions

Gervonta Davis: “Hugo Ruiz is a great opponent. He’s going to come to fight on Saturday night. He’s been telling the media he’s going to knock me out, so I hope we get an action packed fight for the fans. I’m glad Ruiz is coming for the knockout. We owe it to the fans and I’m praying that he comes ready to give them a great show.”

Hugo Ruiz: “At 130-pounds I feel more power than ever and I will demonstrate that on Saturday night. This is a big challenge for me. This is the opportunity that I’ve been waiting for throughout my 12-year career. I don’t plan on wasting it.”

Floyd Mayweather: “I think Hugo Ruiz is more dangerous opponent than (Davis’ original opponent) Abner Mares. Abner is a tremendous fighter, but Ruiz is very tough and he has good knockout power. This is a great matchup and the kind that people want to see. It’s all about putting on great shows and Saturday will be another blockbuster.”

WBA super featherweight world champion Gervonta Davis and former world champion Hugo Ruiz went face-to-face Thursday at the final press conference before they go toe-to-toe this Saturday night in the…
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Emanuel Navarrete belted in Mexico City

In an emotional ceremony, WBO super bantamweight champion Emanuel “El Vaquero” Navarrete received his WBO belt in Mexico City. The presentation was made by WBO representative Rafael Lopez Santos.
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Navarrete (26-1, 22 KOs) won the title last December 8 at Madison Square Garden in New York, beating Isaac Dogboe as a 7:1 underdog in a big surprise to the boxing world.

“Thanks to the WBO, to Zanfer, TV Azteca and the fans who always believed in me, and my family for supporting me. We will be champions for a long time and defend this belt with great pride and commitment. Continue reading “Emanuel Navarrete belted in Mexico City”

In an emotional ceremony, WBO super bantamweight champion Emanuel “El Vaquero” Navarrete received his WBO belt in Mexico City. The presentation was made by WBO representative Rafael Lopez Santos. Navarrete…
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Castaño aims to make statement against Lara

WBA super welterweight titlist Brian Castaño is nearing his first U.S. main event and talked about how training camp has gone so far as he prepares to face former world champion Erislandy Lara on March 2 live on Showtime from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Castaño is trained by his former pro boxer father Carlos in the bustling city of Isidro Casanova in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After a long and successful amateur career leading into his pro debut in 2012, Castaño has a chance on March 2 to make a lasting impact with an impressive performance against Lara.

“I’ve been boxing since I was a small child and now this is my opportunity to prove myself on the biggest stage,” said Castaño. “This fight is the moment I’ve been waiting for and the kind of tough challenge that I love. I want to make a statement to the American audience against one of the best fighters in the world.” Continue reading “Castaño aims to make statement against Lara”

WBA super welterweight titlist Brian Castaño is nearing his first U.S. main event and talked about how training camp has gone so far as he prepares to face former world…
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