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Thurman likely out of action until fall

Unified welterweight champion Keith Thurman (28-0, 22 KOs) will keep his WBA “super” world title, but has voluntarily relinquished his WBC belt while he recovers from the effects of elbow surgery last year and a hand injury he suffered in training camp last month.

After speaking with WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman recently, Thurman decided that he would relinquish the title and open the way for former champions Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter, the two leading contenders for the WBC title, to fight each other for the championship while Thurman made a full recovery from his injuries. Continue reading “Thurman likely out of action until fall”

Unified welterweight champion Keith Thurman (28-0, 22 KOs) will keep his WBA “super” world title, but has voluntarily relinquished his WBC belt while he recovers from the effects of elbow…
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Notable WBC News Updates

The new column by WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has a ton of news in it. Some of the highlights:

The WBC has ordered a final heavyweight elimination bout between Dillian White and Luis Ortiz for the second mandatory of the division.
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The WBC will support the Golovkin vs. Alvarez middleweight title rematch in the event it’s rescheduled next after the voluntary fight of May 5th. The winner must make the mandatory defense of the division.
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Keith Thurman has relinquished his WBC welterweight title. Thurman will have the right to fight for the WBC title once he has fully recovered and is fit to return. The WBC has ordered Shawn Porter vs Danny Garcia for the WBC world title.
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WBC super lightweight champion Jose Ramirez vs. interim beltholder Regis Prograis for the undisputed WBC title – purse offer May 4 with a 50/50 split.
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WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia will fight the IBF champion (Robert Easter) in a unification bout .
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WBC super featherweight champion Miguel Berchelt will make a voluntary defense on June 23 and the winner must make the mandatory defense next.

The new column by WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has a ton of news in it. Some of the highlights: The WBC has ordered a final heavyweight elimination bout between Dillian…
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The 12th Round: New WBC Trainer’s Belts + Complete Division-By-Division Updates

By Mauricio Sulaiman
WBC President – Jose Sulaiman’s son

One of those plans which were in my father’s notes will now be a reality. I must thank Stephan Pryor, son of legendary champion Aaron “The Hawk” Pryor, for bringing the concept and idea back. To award boxing trainer who crowns a WBC champion with a belt.

The WBC designed and developed a special belt, inspired in the traditional towel worn at all times by boxing trainers.

Starting in May, the WBC will present this sensational awards of honor. So many great trainers who worked side by side and created great careers for legendary champions will remain the inspiration for this new concept, some of them:

Charley Goldman, trainer of Rocky Marciano, Jack Blackburn, trainer of Joe Louis, Cus D”Amato, trainer of Mike Tyson, Jackie McCoy, Amílcar Brusa, trainer of Carlos Monzón among other great champions; Ray Arcel trainer of Roberto Duran, Gil Clancy Emile Griffith’s trainer, Don Pancho Rosales, trainer of Raul “Raton” Macias, Angelo Dundee, trainer of Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, and other big names; Emanuel Steward, trainer of Tommy Hearns and other big champions of the legendary Kronk Gym, Arturo “Cuyo” Hernández, trainer of great Mexican champions, like Carlos Zarate, Ruben “Puas” Olivares, Lupe Piontor among others. Continue reading “The 12th Round: New WBC Trainer’s Belts + Complete Division-By-Division Updates”

By Mauricio Sulaiman WBC President – Jose Sulaiman’s son One of those plans which were in my father’s notes will now be a reality. I must thank Stephan Pryor, son…
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Shields-Gabriels set for June 22 on Showtime

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and unified women’s super middleweight Champion Claressa Shields will attempt to become a two-division world champion on Friday, June 22 live on SHOWTIME when she faces unified women’s 154-pound champion Hanna Gabriels for the vacant IBF and WBA Middleweight World Championships at Masonic Temple in Detroit, Mich.

The SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION telecast features the #1 fighter at 168 pounds facing the #1 fighter at 154 pounds as they both attempt to become champions for the first time in the middleweight division.

Shields (5-0, 2 KOs), who grew up in nearby Flint, was the first American boxer in history – male or female – to win consecutive Olympic Gold Medals. The 23-year-old turned professional following the 2016 Olympics and became unified women’s super middleweight world champion in just her fourth professional fight. Shields now begins her first camp with renowned trainer John David Jackson as she attempts to become a two-division champion. Continue reading “Shields-Gabriels set for June 22 on Showtime”

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and unified women’s super middleweight Champion Claressa Shields will attempt to become a two-division world champion on Friday, June 22 live on SHOWTIME when she faces…
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Stevenson-Jack Press Quotes

Knockout artist Adonis Stevenson, the longest reigning light heavyweight world champion, will defend his title against two-division champion Badou Jack on Saturday, May 19 live on SHOWTIME from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Adonis Stevenson: “I’m looking forward to winning this fight by knockout. I’m from the Kronk Gym and we always look for the knockout. Jack is a good, technical boxer. He was a world champion and he has done very well. He’s tough and I won’t underestimate him. I’ll be prepared for anything he brings in the ring. I’m fighting him at home in Canada, so I’m looking to give the fans a good show. I’ve got power and I’ve got the best left hook in boxing. I’ve got 12 rounds and I just need to touch you once to end it. It’s not complicated. I don’t need three or four shots. I just need one shot and you’re not going to recover. I’m going to finish you.”

Badou Jack: “I’ve been asking for this fight for a long time and was willing to fight him anywhere, including his backyard. I know he’s good and very dangerous and that’s the reason I want to fight him. I’m all about the best fighting the best and come May 19th, I’m bringing the WBC belt back to Las Vegas.”

Knockout artist Adonis Stevenson, the longest reigning light heavyweight world champion, will defend his title against two-division champion Badou Jack on Saturday, May 19 live on SHOWTIME from the Air…
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Nicholson planning to expose Hart

Speaking ahead of his final workout before heading to Philadelphia, PA, hard-hitting super middleweight Demond “D’Bestatit” Nicholson (18-2-1, 17 KOs) could barely contain himself ahead of his rivalry showdown with hometown favorite, Jesse “Hard Work” Hart (23-1-0, 19 KOs) at the Liacouras Center this Saturday night, airing live on ESPN.

“This is the fight I’ve wanted since I was 14 and we were in the amateurs together. I’ve always wanted to fight Jesse, now I’ve got my chance and I’m going into his hometown and knocking him out on Saturday night,” said the 25-year-old Nicholson. “Hart’s been completely babied as a professional whether it’s getting a decision he didn’t deserve against Dashon Johnson or matched soft as butter in his last fight; Awimbono looked asleep before the bell even rang. Continue reading “Nicholson planning to expose Hart”

Speaking ahead of his final workout before heading to Philadelphia, PA, hard-hitting super middleweight Demond “D’Bestatit” Nicholson (18-2-1, 17 KOs) could barely contain himself ahead of his rivalry showdown with…
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Saunders-Murray kickoff presser

WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders faced off with challenger Martin Murray today at the kickoff press conference ahead of their June 23rd clash at The O2 Arena in London.

Billy Joe Saunders: “At the moment I’m focused on Martin Murray. Once I win let’s see who’s out there that wants to take me on. People bang on about my last performance, there’s only one person that can lose this fight and that’s me if I overlook Martin. If I can’t beat these guys then I’m not the fighter that I think I am…Martin has a little bit more range and reach than me, but size doesn’t matter when you have the will to win. I don’t know the feeling of being beaten and I don’t want to experience it.”

Martin Murray: June 23rd I will become a world champion, 100%. This is my time! Billy Joe Saunders stands in the way of me finally becoming a world champion and some huge paydays.

Hall of Fame Promoter Frank Warren: This is a very tough fight for Billy Joe Saunders. Martin Murray isn’t coming to London to make up the numbers. Bill can’t afford to slip up.

WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders faced off with challenger Martin Murray today at the kickoff press conference ahead of their June 23rd clash at The O2 Arena in London.…
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Matias-Estrella clash May 19

After an impressive third round win over world title challenger Daulis Prescott, Puerto Rican prospect Subriel Matías (9-0, 9 KOs) from the Maternillo neighborhood of Fajardo has a big test in his young career when he faces the Mexican puncher Adrian “Diamante” Estrella (28-1, 24 KOs) on Saturday, May 19 at the Pedro “Perucho” Cepeda ballpark in Cataño, Puerto Rico. The Matías-Estrella bout is scheduled for 10 rounds in the junior welterweight division. Continue reading “Matias-Estrella clash May 19”

After an impressive third round win over world title challenger Daulis Prescott, Puerto Rican prospect Subriel Matías (9-0, 9 KOs) from the Maternillo neighborhood of Fajardo has a big test…
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Tank Williams promotes, fights in main event

Bahamian boxing icon Sherman “Tank” Williams and Bahamian Sons Promotion will present a live professional boxing show on May 26 at A Social Affair and Convention Center in Freeport, Grand Bahamas. Fighting at home in the 10-round event, Williams (39-15-2, 1 NC, 21 KOs) takes on former world light heavyweight title challenger Epifanio “Diamante” Mendoza (43-26-1, 37 KOs), the Colombian knockout artist.

Also, popular Florida heavyweight Chris Vendola (8-6, 8 KOs) faces Terry Porter (15-26-3, 9 KOs) in a six-round bout. Texas heavyweight Eugene “Mean Gene” Hill (34-1, 22 KOs) meets an opponent to be determined. Also scheduled are super welterweight Star Johnson (6-28-1), welterweight Johnathan Pierre (2-0), and heavyweight Amron “Sandman” Sands (3-0, 3-0). Continue reading “Tank Williams promotes, fights in main event”

Bahamian boxing icon Sherman “Tank” Williams and Bahamian Sons Promotion will present a live professional boxing show on May 26 at A Social Affair and Convention Center in Freeport, Grand…
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Jacobs staying focused on Sulecki

Former WBA middleweight world champion Daniel “The Miracle Man” Jacobs, (33-2, 29 KOs), will make his long-awaited return to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Saturday in a 12-round clash against undefeated Polish contender Maciej Sulecki (26-0, 10 KOs) in a WBA middleweight world title final eliminator televised live on HBO.

“I’m very aware of how tough Maciej Sulecki is but I do see myself being victorious,” said Jacobs. “Whether it’s by knockout or decision my goal is to win. I’m just staying focused on my fight and not paying too much attention to the Golovkin and Canelo situations. I know I’ll be the mandatory for the WBA if I win this fight and that’s what I’m focused on…I want the champion, I want the belts, I want Golovkin next, if not him than Charlo. My job is to stay focused however on Sulecki.”

Former WBA middleweight world champion Daniel “The Miracle Man” Jacobs, (33-2, 29 KOs), will make his long-awaited return to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Saturday in a 12-round clash against undefeated…
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Jennings ready to punch clock and Dawejko

Interview/Photos: John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com

Bryant Jennings is a confident guy. His entire career, and even his life, seems to be an exercise in discipline and the application of the belief system he’s developed over his 33 years on Earth. Jennings is known for his tremendous work ethic, a lifestyle that sends him to the gym religiously, whether he has a fight on the calendar or not. Jennings became a vegetarian in 2014 and went full vegan the following year. This is not a widespread practice by boxers, but Jennings swears by the move and has never looked back. He believes his already exquisite conditioning was enhanced by the new life style.

It seems that Jennings, 22-2, 13 KOs, constantly tests himself and pushes to be stronger, more focused and generally the very best he can be. Others talk the same game, but Jennings clearly lives it.

When he speaks of his exploits in the gym, on the running course, at the grocery store, away from the bedroom, and in the neighborhood streets, you are never completely clear if he’s talking specifically about his career or about his life in general. For Jennings looks at the world as an obstacle course designed to challenge him, both in and out of the boxing ring. Continue reading “Jennings ready to punch clock and Dawejko”

Interview/Photos: John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Bryant Jennings is a confident guy. His entire career, and even his life, seems to be an exercise in discipline and the application of the…
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Ex-WBO champ Fukuhara wins decision in comeback

By David Finger

Former WBO mini-flyweight champion Tatsuya Fukuhara got back on the winning track Sunday (April 22, 2018) with a unanimous eight round decision victory over countryman Yuto Takahashi in Fukuoka, Japan. Although Fukuhara promised a knockout and fought with more aggression than he has in the past he was unable to pin down his fleet-footed foe long enough to seriously hurt his opponent. Takahashi seemed intent on staying away from the aggressive former champion from the opening round, when a wicked right hand to the body seemed to rattle Takahashi. There were no knockdowns. Continue reading “Ex-WBO champ Fukuhara wins decision in comeback”

By David Finger Former WBO mini-flyweight champion Tatsuya Fukuhara got back on the winning track Sunday (April 22, 2018) with a unanimous eight round decision victory over countryman Yuto Takahashi…
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Late Results from Burbank, Calif

By Chris Strait
Photos: Richard De La Cruz (35 Raw), James Hammond

A packed house at The Burbank Marriott Events Center played host to Bash Boxing’s latest incarnation of Valley Fight Night on Friday April 20, 2018. The promotion’s industry-wide reputation of stellar matchmaking did not disappoint once again. Nearly every fight on the eight-bout show was a brawl, featuring six decisions that were bookended by KOs.

In the featured bout of the evening, Burbank’s own Damien Lopez won a hard-earned TKO victory over Rodolfo Gamez in a welterweight battle. Continue reading “Late Results from Burbank, Calif”

By Chris Strait Photos: Richard De La Cruz (35 Raw), James Hammond A packed house at The Burbank Marriott Events Center played host to Bash Boxing’s latest incarnation of Valley…
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Golovkin-Martirosyan Media Day

By Miguel Maravilla

Undefeated undisputed middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs) and two-time world title challenger Vanes “The Nightmare” Martirosyan (36-3-1, 21 KOs) hosted a media workout Monday afternoon at the Glendale Fighting Club in Glendale, California. The two will square off May 5th at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California live on HBO.

Photo: Chris Farina / Chris Farina Photography / @ChrisFarinaPhoto

Gennady Golovkin: “I’m happy for my next fight. I have known Vanes from the Olympics. He is a good fighter and has a strong team. He is a good guy and a real guy. He is not an easy fight. It’s a good fight, not an easy fight. This is boxing nobody knows. I wanted this fight and I believe my, style, power that I will win this fight.” Continue reading “Golovkin-Martirosyan Media Day”

By Miguel Maravilla Undefeated undisputed middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs) and two-time world title challenger Vanes “The Nightmare” Martirosyan (36-3-1, 21 KOs) hosted a media workout Monday…
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Cantu remains unbeaten

This past Saturday TMB & PRB Entertainment presented, “Whose “O” Will Go”, another successful boxing event that took place at the Mi Mercado Event Center in San Antonio, TX.

In the 6-round main event, James Cantu (11-0, 4 KOs), defeated Jairo Castaneda (9-1, 3 KOs), by unanimous decision, to remain undefeated in the welterweight division. Cantu, with his aggressive style, took the fight to the inside, making it uncomfortable for Castaneda throughout the whole bout. Although Castaneda had his moments, Cantu was the busier fighter who landed the cleaner shots. Scorecards read 59-54 twice, and 57-56, all in favor of Cantu, who recorded his second fight in four years. Continue reading “Cantu remains unbeaten”

This past Saturday TMB & PRB Entertainment presented, “Whose “O” Will Go”, another successful boxing event that took place at the Mi Mercado Event Center in San Antonio, TX. In…
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Pacquiao and Matthysse hit Malaysia

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao of the Philippines and WBA welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse of Argentina strike a pose in front of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers to promote “Fight of Champions.” The Pacquiao vs. Matthysse bout is scheduled on July 15, 2018 at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur.

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao of the Philippines and WBA welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse of Argentina strike a pose in front of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers to promote “Fight of Champions.”…
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Magdaleno: I’m going to put on a spectacular show

World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior featherweight champion Jessie Magdaleno has spent his latest training camp running the mountains near Guadalajara, Mexico, and alongside some of the world’s best fighters at Legendz Boxing in Norwalk, Calif. Magdaleno is preparing for the role of main event headliner against No. 1 contender and interim champion Isaac Dogboe (18-0, 12 KOs) on Saturday, April 28 at The Liacouras Center in Philadelphia.

“I’m mentally ready. I’m physically ready,” Magdaleno said. “Being here with {trainer} Manny Robles keeps me ready. The sparring has been great, but I get impatient sometimes and just want to get in the ring for real. I have to stay calm and wait until the fight comes.” Continue reading “Magdaleno: I’m going to put on a spectacular show”

World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior featherweight champion Jessie Magdaleno has spent his latest training camp running the mountains near Guadalajara, Mexico, and alongside some of the world’s best fighters at…
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Boxing back in Queens, NY

Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions will be making its long-awaited return to New York on Friday, May 18, hosting a night of boxing at the lavish Club Amazura in Queens. The card will be presented by Uprising Promotions in association with New Mexican Promotions.

In the feature attraction, Brooklyn bantamweight Elton Dharry (22-5-1, 14 KOs) makes his return to the ring, taking on Oscar Mojica (11-4, 1 KO) of Dallas, Texas. Additionally, Brooklyn featherweight Ronica Jeffrey (15-1, 1 KO) will fight in New York for the first time in nearly three years when she hosts 15-bout veteran Jasmine Clarkson of Cedar Hill, Texas.

Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions will be making its long-awaited return to New York on Friday, May 18, hosting a night of boxing at the lavish Club Amazura in Queens. The…
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EBU purse bids and Update

By Marco Bratusch

At today’s EBU purse bid, Spain’s promoter MGZ Promotions outbid Italy’s Boxe Loreni literally by a wad of Euros, offering 15,150 to top 15,080. That means the European Union (EU) junior featherweight title between mandatory challenger Aritz Pardal (12-2-1, 10 KOs) and 25-year-old title holder Luca Rigoldi (16-1-1, 6 KOs) will be staged in Spain, on a date yet to be announced. The contest will be valid as Rigoldi’s second defense of his belt.

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One week ago in Rome, Italy, other two purse bids went on at the EBU headquarters. Both bids saw an only participant, who offered little money to earn the right to stage the related bout. Continue reading “EBU purse bids and Update”

By Marco Bratusch At today’s EBU purse bid, Spain’s promoter MGZ Promotions outbid Italy’s Boxe Loreni literally by a wad of Euros, offering 15,150 to top 15,080. That means the…
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Yordan KOs Malikov, eyes Loma-Linares winner

By Jeff Pamungkas

Former IBO featherweight champion Daud Yordan (38-3, 26 KOs) of Indonesia surprisingly knocked out previously unbeaten hometown hero and the defending champion Pavel Malikov (13-1, 5 KOs) in round eight of a scheduled twelve for the WBO intercontinental lightweight title on Sunday in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Yordan took over in round three and in the eighth, a strong right to the rib hurt Malikov, then an accurate left hook to the head put Malikov on the canvas for the full ten count. Besides the WBO intercontinental title, this bout was also a WBA lightweight eliminator. Yordan will be targeting the winner between WBA king Jorge Linares and Vasyl Lomachenko next month.

By Jeff Pamungkas Former IBO featherweight champion Daud Yordan (38-3, 26 KOs) of Indonesia surprisingly knocked out previously unbeaten hometown hero and the defending champion Pavel Malikov (13-1, 5 KOs)…
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Dawejko vows to give his all in do-or-die fight with Jennings

By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Photos by Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com

Many who have watched Philly heavyweight Joey Dawejko ply his trade in the ring know that he’s a bit of a puzzle. Physically, he looks like a pure puncher – short and stocky, with close-cropped hair and a fixed smirk on his face that implies he’s hiding something. However, when the bell rings, Dawejko is more boxer than puncher, with surprisingly mobile feet and slick defensive moves. Perhaps this is the secret that his smirk keeps.

Or maybe Dawejko’s biggest secret is that his skillset and potential as a fighter have always seemed much greater than the story told by his inconsistent performances and 19-4-4, 11 KOs, record. On one hand, this discrepancy could be a secret weapon, potentially making him a spoiler for any fighter, matchmaker or promoter who takes him lightly. However, Dawejko himself has always been a full partner in the business of underestimating his true potential. Continue reading “Dawejko vows to give his all in do-or-die fight with Jennings”

By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Photos by Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com Many who have watched Philly heavyweight Joey Dawejko ply his trade in the ring know that he’s a…
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Kahn-Clary training at Wild Card Gym

World-rated featherweight Toka “T Nice” Kahn-Clary (24-1, 17 KOs) has graduated from prospect to world contender. To fully develop, Kahn-Clary recently shifted his training camp from the smallest state in the country, Rhode Island, to the second-largest city in America, Los Angeles, where he has started working with Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach.

(L-R) Freddie Roach, Toka Kahn-Clary, manager Seth DeRobbio

Fighting out of Providence (RI), Kahn-Clary made the six-week move to Roach’s famed Wild Card Boxing Club to receive fine tuning from Roach, avoid any potential distractions at home, and have an opportunity for world-class sparring sessions. Continue reading “Kahn-Clary training at Wild Card Gym”

World-rated featherweight Toka “T Nice” Kahn-Clary (24-1, 17 KOs) has graduated from prospect to world contender. To fully develop, Kahn-Clary recently shifted his training camp from the smallest state in…
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Phuzi wins Gauteng title

By Ron Jackson

Akani Phuzi won the vacant Gauteng cruiserweight title when he smashed Chris Thompson to defeat inside two rounds at a packed to capacity Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in Randburg on Sunday afternoon.

After a quiet start to the first round with both fighters sparring for an opening Phuzi (90.40kg) scored with two big lefts and rights to the jaw that sent Thomson (89.80klg) 5-2; 4 staggering back against the ropes just before the bell.

Both fighters made a cautious start to the second round before Phuzi landed a straight right to the jaw that sent Thompson flat on is back in his own corner, where he was counted out by referee Tony Nyangiwe at 1 minute 11 seconds into the round. Continue reading “Phuzi wins Gauteng title”

By Ron Jackson Akani Phuzi won the vacant Gauteng cruiserweight title when he smashed Chris Thompson to defeat inside two rounds at a packed to capacity Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in…
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Worst Week in Japanese Boxing History

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

It might be a nightmare that we had such a worst week when Daigo Higa forfeited his WBC flyweight belt on the scale and had his perfect mark of 15-0, 15 KOs blemished by Cristofer Rosales via TKO defeat in an overweight bout last Sunday, and IBF 130-pound champ Kenichi Ogawa was stripped of his belt last Thursday because he had tested positive for synthetic testosterone with his victory over Tevin Farmer on points last December reversed to a no contest.

Higa’s overweight scandal and Ogawa’s forfeiture of the world championship due to a doping test failure were each the very first in Japanese boxing history. We deeply sympathize with their hard luck, but the regulations should be duly severe to the offenders as the Japan Boxing Commission (JBC) had indefinitely suspended the overweight ex-champ Luis Nery in Japan. Continue reading “Worst Week in Japanese Boxing History”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda It might be a nightmare that we had such a worst week when Daigo Higa forfeited his WBC flyweight belt on the scale…
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Broner: It looks like I beat him with what they beat Martin Luther King with

After their war in the ring last night in Brooklyn, welterweights Adrien Broner and Jessie Vargas continued their hostilities verbally in front of a national TV audience!

Photo: Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME

Broner: Hey man, f—k all that. F—k all that. Let me see the mic. I beat your ass. Look at his face. It looks like I beat him with what they beat Martin Luther King with man. (Rodney King?)
Vargas: I’m gonna be honest. I’m an honest man. We went at it for 12 rounds.
Broner: We didn’t go at it. That’s gay.
Vargas: We can do it again.
Broner: Going at it is gay.
Vargas: We can do it again.
Broner: I beat your ass.
Vargas: We can do it again.
Broner: I beat your ass like you stole something. I beat your ass like you were suspended from school. I beat your ass like you stole my bicycle ni—r.
Vargas: You can get some more if you want.
Broner: You’re bruised up!
Vargas: I’m ready to fight right now fool.
Broner: C’mon man. You need peroxide and alcohol.
Vargas: You need to settle down.
Broner: You need peroxide and alcohol. Boy, your face on 6ix9ine right now. You’re a bloooood.

Continue reading “Broner: It looks like I beat him with what they beat Martin Luther King with”

After their war in the ring last night in Brooklyn, welterweights Adrien Broner and Jessie Vargas continued their hostilities verbally in front of a national TV audience! Broner: Hey man,…
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