Fenech: Horn can win one-billion percent

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Hall of Famer Jeff Fenech has warned WBO welterweight Jeff Horn he could be a victim of boxing politics on Saturday when he clashes with WBO mandatory contender Terrence Crawford at the MGM Casino in Las Vegas. Fenech, who was denied a fourth world championship in a controversial Vegas decision against Azumah Nelson in 1991, said he hoped the judges remembered that there was just a blue corner and a red corner rather than an American against an Australian.

“Jeff Horn can win the fight – one billion percent – so long as he gets a fair shake,” Fenech told Grantlee Kieza. “I would hate to see another situation like Fenech-Nelson in Vegas. That was heartbreaking.”

The referee for the fight will be Robert Byrd from Las Vegas. The Nevada State Athletic Commission has assigned one Australian judge, Adam Height, to score the fight alongside Nevada’s Burt Clements and Italy’s Guido Cavalleri.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Hall of Famer Jeff Fenech has warned WBO welterweight Jeff Horn he could be a victim of boxing politics on Saturday when he…
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Showtime picks up Fury comeback fight

Showtime Sports has secured the U.S. rights to stream the long-awaited return of former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury, who will face Sefer Seferi in a 10-round heavyweight bout Saturday, June 9 from Manchester Arena. SHOWTIME BOXING INTERNATIONAL® will stream live exclusively to U.S. audiences on the SHOWTIME Boxing Facebook page and SHOWTIME Sports YouTube Channel beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT.

In the opening bout, local hero Terry Flanagan (33-0, 13 KO’s) will look to become a two-division world champion when he clashes with unbeaten American Maurice Hooker (23-0-3, 16 KO’s) for the vacant WBO Junior Welterweight crown. This will be the fourth live streaming boxing event this year on SHOWTIME Sports social media platforms. Continue reading “Showtime picks up Fury comeback fight”

Showtime Sports has secured the U.S. rights to stream the long-awaited return of former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury, who will face Sefer Seferi in a 10-round heavyweight bout Saturday,…
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Lomachenko says he’ll fight Gervonta if…

By TMZSports.com

WBA lightweight champ Vasyl Lomachenko tells TMZ Sports … he’s 100% down to fight Gervonta Davis in December when he recovers from shoulder surgery — but ONLY if Davis comes up to his weight class. The Ukrainian superstar was out shopping in Beverly Hills — just one month after winning the WBA belt from Jorge Linares … and told us he’s already thinking about his next fight!

Lomachenko says he knows he’ll probably fight Mikey Garcia down the line … but Davis is a realistic opponent for December. Davis is the IBF and WBA super featherweight champ … but Lomachenko says he won’t go down to Gervonta’s class to fight him there — Tank needs to come up to 135.

Could be a huge fight … so, stay tuned on that one.

By TMZSports.com WBA lightweight champ Vasyl Lomachenko tells TMZ Sports … he’s 100% down to fight Gervonta Davis in December when he recovers from shoulder surgery — but ONLY if…
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Unbeaten Takesako extends mark to 9-0, 9 KOs

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Unbeaten Japanese middleweight champ Kazuto Takesako, 160.75, struggled to extend his unblemished mark to 9-0, 9 KOs as he was befuddled with the durability and determination of unknown Thai opponent Chaiwat Mueanphong (4-2, 2 KOs), 160.5, but dropped him three times and finally halted him at 2:44 of the seventh round in a scheduled ten on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan.

Takesako had produced a great sensation by dethroning Hikaru Nishida with a 92-second demolition in the opening session this March. It might be understandable that he could find none to challenge him in quest of the national 160-pound throne since all were scared of the newly-crowned hard-punching champ. Continue reading “Unbeaten Takesako extends mark to 9-0, 9 KOs”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Unbeaten Japanese middleweight champ Kazuto Takesako, 160.75, struggled to extend his unblemished mark to 9-0, 9 KOs as he was befuddled with the…
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Santa Cruz-Mares WBA clash promises action

The first matchup between Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares was an instant classic, with the fellow three-division champions combining to throw more than 2,000 total punches in one of the best fights of 2015. Santa Cruz and Mares further solidified themselves as the most active and exciting fighters in boxing in their first showdown, combining to throw over 170 punches per round, more than 50 above the featherweight average at the time.

With the long-awaited rematch between set to take place this Saturday live on Showtime from Staples Center, they once again rank amongst the best fighters in boxing. According to CompuBox, Santa Cruz and Mares rank in the Top 10 in three key statistical categories amongst all active boxers across weight divisions – Average Total Punches Landed Per Round, Average Power Punches Thrown Per Round, and Average Power Punches Landed Per Round.

Santa Cruz (No. 2 at 29.5 total punches landed per round) and Mares (No. 9 at 22.3 total punches landed per round) excel at landing shots on their opponent, placing in the top 10 in a category that includes pound-for-pound mainstays Gennady Golovkin (No. 2), Naoya Inoue (No.6), Errol Spence (No. 7) and Vasyl Lomachenko (No. 8). Continue reading “Santa Cruz-Mares WBA clash promises action”

The first matchup between Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares was an instant classic, with the fellow three-division champions combining to throw more than 2,000 total punches in one of…
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Horn-Crawford officials named

The World Boxing Organization (WBO) announced the officials for this Saturday, June 9, clash between WBO Welterweight Champion, Jeff Horn, from Australia, and WBO Super Champion, and former Lightweight and Junior Welterweight Champion of this sanctioning body, Terence Crawford, from The United States.

For this bout, which will headline the card presented by Top Rank from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, the referee will be Robert Byrd, from the United States. Australian Adam Height, Nevada’s Burt Clements and Italy’s Guido Cavalleri were appointed judges for the bout. The WBO Supervisor will be WBO President Mr. Francisco “Paco” Valcárcel. Continue reading “Horn-Crawford officials named”

The World Boxing Organization (WBO) announced the officials for this Saturday, June 9, clash between WBO Welterweight Champion, Jeff Horn, from Australia, and WBO Super Champion, and former Lightweight and…
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Showtime adds Hammer-Nelson June 22

The women’s middleweight world championship between unified WBC and WBO titlist Christina Hammer and former world champion Tori Nelson has been added to the June 22 SHOWTIME telecast from Masonic Temple in Detroit.

In the main event, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and unified 168-pound champion Claressa Shields will attempt to become a two-division champion when she faces unified 154-pound titleholder Hanna Gabriels for the vacant IBF and WBA middleweight world championships.

With the addition of Hammer vs. Nelson to the June 22 Showtime Boxing: Special Edition (10 p.m. ET/PT) telecast, all four women’s middleweight world titles will be at stake in separate bouts featuring two of the consensus top 10 pound-for-pound women in the world.

The winners of Shields vs. Gabriels and Hammer vs. Nelson will meet this fall on SHOWTIME to determine the undisputed women’s middleweight world champion. Continue reading “Showtime adds Hammer-Nelson June 22”

The women’s middleweight world championship between unified WBC and WBO titlist Christina Hammer and former world champion Tori Nelson has been added to the June 22 SHOWTIME telecast from Masonic…
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Buitrago poised for 5th world title shot

Nicaraguan challenger Carlos “Chocorroncito” Buitrago hopes his fifth world title shot, June 16 against World Boxing Organization light flyweight world champion Tito Acosta, headlining “La Batalla” to air on pay-per-view, live from the Coliseo de Puerto Rico Center in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. WBO #12-rated Buitrago (30-3-1, 17 KOs) has had four unsuccessful title challenges, losing three times, along with one draw. He was stopped for the first time in his last fight this past December, by undefeated IBF minimumweight world champion Hiroto Kyoguchi (8-0), in the eighth round of their title fight in Japan. Continue reading “Buitrago poised for 5th world title shot”

Nicaraguan challenger Carlos “Chocorroncito” Buitrago hopes his fifth world title shot, June 16 against World Boxing Organization light flyweight world champion Tito Acosta, headlining “La Batalla” to air on pay-per-view,…
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Roman-Flores added to Spence-Ocampo telecast

WBA super bantamweight world champion Daniel Roman will defend his belt against unbeaten Moises “Chucky” Flores Saturday, June 16 live on Showtime from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. The telecast will also see former world champion Javier Fortuna clashing with Adrian Granados in a 10-round 140-pound special attraction.

Undefeated welterweight champion Errol “The Truth” Spence, Jr. will defend his IBF world title in a Dallas-area homecoming at the Dallas Cowboys facility against unbeaten mandatory challenger Carlos Ocampo in the main event. It will be the first boxing event inside Ford Center and Spence’s first hometown fight as world champion. Continue reading “Roman-Flores added to Spence-Ocampo telecast”

WBA super bantamweight world champion Daniel Roman will defend his belt against unbeaten Moises “Chucky” Flores Saturday, June 16 live on Showtime from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco,…
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Hooker-Flanagan looking to steal big boxing weekend

By Robert Hughes

Unbeaten super lightweights Terry Flanagan (33-0, 13 KOs) and Maurice Hooker (23-0-3, 16 KOs) will fight for the vacant World Boxing Organization championship on Saturday at Manchester Arena in a highly-anticipated bout on the card that features Tyson Fury’s return to the ring against Sefer Seferi. Flanagan vs. Hooker could be one of the best nights of boxing in 2018 with 17 events scheduled around the world.

Photo: Stacey Verbeek

Names like Mares, Santa Cruz, Charlo, Crawford, Horn and Trout are battling on the same date – by Sunday morning fans might remember Flanagan vs Hooker as the best fight.

Hooker and Flanagan are fighting for one of the super-lightweight belts Terence Crawford mic-dropped on his way to bigger things. Flanagan is on a similar path, leaving behind his lightweight title in a long-anticipated move up to 140 pounds. Continue reading “Hooker-Flanagan looking to steal big boxing weekend”

By Robert Hughes Unbeaten super lightweights Terry Flanagan (33-0, 13 KOs) and Maurice Hooker (23-0-3, 16 KOs) will fight for the vacant World Boxing Organization championship on Saturday at Manchester…
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Unbeaten welterweights collide July 6

On Friday, July 6, Heavyweight Factory Boxing promoter Kris Lawrence will present a ten-bout card at the Hard Rock Event Center at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla. The night’s main event will feature a 10-round crosstown rivalry showdown between undefeated Miami-based welterweights Harold “King” Calderon (16-0, 10 KOs) and John David “Pretty Boy” Martinez (10-0, 8 KOs). The pair have decided Miami isn’t big enough for two undefeated 147-lb. fighters and one of them will lose their “0” that night. Continue reading “Unbeaten welterweights collide July 6”

On Friday, July 6, Heavyweight Factory Boxing promoter Kris Lawrence will present a ten-bout card at the Hard Rock Event Center at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood,…
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Warren insists Saunders is injured

Further to yesterday’s announcements over social media, an injury has unfortunately again forced Billy Joe Saunders to withdraw from his WBO middleweight world title defense against Martin Murray scheduled for June 23 at The O2 in London.

Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren stated, “I’ve seen rumors that Billy isn’t injured, but he is a fighting man and there’s no way he would pull out unless he had to. It’s a shame after the devastating performance against (David) Lemieux last Christmas as this was a chance for Billy to keep momentum as we continue to chase big fights for him.”

Saunders, who claims to have suffered a hamstring injury during a recent training session, is bitterly disappointed that he will not be fit to box on the rescheduled June 23rd date and is deeply apologetic to Murray and his fans. Continue reading “Warren insists Saunders is injured”

Further to yesterday’s announcements over social media, an injury has unfortunately again forced Billy Joe Saunders to withdraw from his WBO middleweight world title defense against Martin Murray scheduled for…
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ESPN is working on an August fight between former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker and ex-title challenger Bryant Jennings, to take place in Atlantic City.
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Speaking of Atlantic City, there were back to back cards there over the weekend. On Friday, unbeaten welterweight Jaron “Boots” Ennis (20-0, 18 KOs) blew out former contender “Mighty” Mike Arnaoutis (26-11-2, 13 KOs) in two rounds. On Saturday, featherweight Toka Kahn Clary (25-1, 17 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Emmanuel Dominguez (22-7-2, 14 KOs).
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Meanwhile, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, 44-year-old heavyweight Bobby Gunn (21-7-1, 18 KOs), coming off a 2017 loss to Roy Jones Jr., needed just 41 seconds to finish Irineu Beato Costa Junior (19-7, 17 KOs) in a bare-knuckle contest. The PPV event was billed as the first legal, regulated, and sanctioned bare-knuckle event in the United States since 1889.
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If WBA/WBC/IBF middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin fights WBO champion Billy Joe Saunders next (probably in the UK), it could temporarily solve his Derevyanchenko problem. The IBF has ordered GGG to face little known mandatory challenger Sergiy Derevyanchenko next, but sanctioning bodies often allow unification fights to take priority.
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Remember, Saturday’s Terence Crawford vs. Jeff Horn fight is on ESPN+ not ESPN. Obviously, nobody’s excited about shelling out for another pay service, but $4.99 a month could be worth it.

ESPN is working on an August fight between former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker and ex-title challenger Bryant Jennings, to take place in Atlantic City. ———- Speaking of Atlantic City,…
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Mukala retains WBA Pan African title

By Ron Jackson

Patrick Mukala from the Democratic Republic of the Congo but now based in South Africa retained the WBA Pan African super-middleweight title for the second time with a fourth round knockout win over Ibrahim Tamba from Tanzania at the Royal Swazi Spa Convention Centre in Mbabane over the past weekend. Mukula (76.10kg) was in outstanding form as he came out at the bell to score with a series of combinations against Tamba (74.50kg). However, the gutsy Tamba,27, fought back in rounds two and three before the slick Mukula sent him down for the full count in the fourth round.

The talented Mukula, 24, whose only loss came against the rugged and more experienced South African Ryno Liebenberg takes his record to 10-1, 9 KOs, and Tamba’s record drops to 22-10-1, 15 KOs. Continue reading “Mukala retains WBA Pan African title”

By Ron Jackson Patrick Mukala from the Democratic Republic of the Congo but now based in South Africa retained the WBA Pan African super-middleweight title for the second time with…
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Horn moves to Kevin Barry’s Gym

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn has moved his training from the Top Rank Gym to the Las Vegas gym run by Kevin Barry, the Olympic silver medalist who took Kiwi Joseph Parker to the world heavyweight title. Barry says Horn needs to turn Saturday’s defense of his WBO welterweight title against Terence Crawford into “an absolute brawl.”

“Crawford has seen a lot of styles and is a very pretty boxer so Jeff has to be as unorthodox and rough as possible,” Barry said to Grantlee Kieza. “He has to bring the beast out, he has to bring the dog out he has to bring the mongrel out. Jeff has to make this a brawl. Continue reading “Horn moves to Kevin Barry’s Gym”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn has moved his training from the Top Rank Gym to the Las Vegas gym run by Kevin Barry,…
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Murray: I’m too risky to fight

Martin Murray states that WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders has pulled out of a title defense against him because he’s too big of a risk with a mega fight against Gennady Golovkin or Canelo Alvarez looming.

Via social media, Martin stated, “We know that he’s just trying to make a big money fight with Golovkin or Canelo and I’m too risky to fight. He just doesn’t want to fight me. But there’s nothing I can do. It’s the second time I’ve taken myself away from my family and got my body in this condition ready to fight and it’s got to the last minute and it’s cancelled. I’m obviously gutted but there’s nothing I can do.”

Martin Murray states that WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders has pulled out of a title defense against him because he’s too big of a risk with a mega fight…
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Saunders pulls out of Murray fight…GGG or Canelo next?

WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders has pulled out of his scheduled June 23 bout against Martin Murray, citing an alleged hamstring injury. The move fuels speculation that Saunders is instead planning a big money fight against either WBC/WBA/IBF champion Gennady Golovkin or Canelo Alvarez in September. This is the second time a Saunders-Murray bout has fallen through. Murray called the move “another bullsh*t story.”

WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders has pulled out of his scheduled June 23 bout against Martin Murray, citing an alleged hamstring injury. The move fuels speculation that Saunders is…
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Lerena outboxes Golovashchenko for comfortable win

By Ron Jackson

South African cruiserweight contender Kevin Lerena using his educated right jab boxed his way to a comfortable 12 rounds unanimous points decision over German-based Ukrainian Roman Golovashchenko at the Sarhadci Olympic Center in Baku, Azerbaijan on Saturday night.

The 30-year-old Golovaschenko (86.60kg) 19-2, 17 KOs, was a big disappointment as he showed very little of his vaunted power (81% knockout ratio) as he barrelled forward holding his gloves high up on his face. The scores were 116-111 and 115-112 twice, all in favor of Lerena. Lerena (90kg) possible won more rounds than reflected on the two 115-112 cards. Continue reading “Lerena outboxes Golovashchenko for comfortable win”

By Ron Jackson South African cruiserweight contender Kevin Lerena using his educated right jab boxed his way to a comfortable 12 rounds unanimous points decision over German-based Ukrainian Roman Golovashchenko…
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Cervantes beats Aquirre

By David Robinett at ringside

Nevada-based World Fighting Championships (WFC) returned to the Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage, California, on Saturday night to present WFC 88, featuring both professional and amateur boxing. WFC’s semi-regular events in Rancho Mirage have offered a showcase for many of the young fighters in the area and Saturday night was no different, with several Southern California fighters earning victories in the early stages of their careers, in most cases.

However the WFC 88 main event provided a notable exception to the evening’s youth movement, as 32-year old Luis Cervantes stretched his winning streak to three after returning last September following a three-year layoff. Cervantes (10-11-3, 2 KOs) earned a convincing unanimous decision victory in a rematch against Mario Aguirre (2-13, 2 KOs) in a four-round super lightweight bout. All three judges scored the bout 40-35. Continue reading “Cervantes beats Aquirre”

By David Robinett at ringside Nevada-based World Fighting Championships (WFC) returned to the Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage, California, on Saturday night to present WFC 88, featuring…
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Navarrete stops Sanmartin in twelfth

WBA #2 super bantamweight Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (25-1, 21 KOs) scored a twelfth round KO over #7 rated José “General” Sanmartin (26-5-1, 17 KOs) in a WBA eliminator on Saturday night at the Arena “José Sulaiman” in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. A body shot finished Sanmartin 46 seconds into the final stanza.

Navarrete suffered a hand injury in round four and entering the championship rounds, his corner told him he was in danger of losing a decision. Navarrette responded and threw everything at Sanmartin, flooring him twice in the twelfth.

In the co-feature, Daniel “Cejitas” Valladares (17-1, 10 KOs) overcame a bad cut to edge previously unbeaten Adrián “Gato” Curiel (10-1, 3 KOs) over ten to keep his WBC silver mini-flyweight title. Scores were 95-94, 95-94 and 98-91.

WBA #2 super bantamweight Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (25-1, 21 KOs) scored a twelfth round KO over #7 rated José “General” Sanmartin (26-5-1, 17 KOs) in a WBA eliminator on Saturday…
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Soto edges Larbi

Junior middleweights Edwin Soto and Salim Labri staged an epic battle in Saturday’s main event at Foxwoods Resort Casino’s Fox Theater with Soto narrowly escaping defeat to earn the split-decision victory. Both fights hit the canvas over the course of eight action-packed rounds, but the New Haven, Conn., veteran Soto (13-2-2) finished strong and survived a major scare in the closing seconds to earn his fourth consecutive win since returning to the ring in 2017. Continue reading “Soto edges Larbi”

Junior middleweights Edwin Soto and Salim Labri staged an epic battle in Saturday’s main event at Foxwoods Resort Casino’s Fox Theater with Soto narrowly escaping defeat to earn the split-decision…
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Horn not happy with Top Rank Gym

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn and his trainer Glenn Rushton are not happy with the Top Rank gym in Las Vegas ahead of his clash with WBO mandatory challenger Terrence Crawford on June 9.”The Americans are doing everything to try to rattle me,” Horn told Fox Sports. “I got off the long flight from Brisbane and did a few rounds to loosen up but it was just too hot to train in that gym for too long. I could have damaged myself. Who builds a brick and tin gym in the desert with no air conditioning anyway?” Continue reading “Horn not happy with Top Rank Gym”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn and his trainer Glenn Rushton are not happy with the Top Rank gym in Las Vegas ahead of…
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Krasniqi outpoints Kashtanov for Euro 168lb title

Photos: Team SES/Tim Blendermann

In a crossroads fight, former world title challenger Robin Krasniqi (48-5, 17 KOs) scored a tactical twelve round unanimous decision over former WBA interim champion Stanislav Kashtanov (36-3, 21 KOs) to claim the vacant EBU European super middleweight title on Saturday night at the Wee Arena in Bad Tölzer, Germany. The superbly conditioned Krasniqi outboxed the slower Kashtanov, who stalked but never really did much significant damage. Scores were 116-113, 117-111, 116-112.

Robin Krasniqi: “It was all or nothing! With this great title, I’ve finally made it and won the victory for my great team. Now SES Boxing has three European champions!” Continue reading “Krasniqi outpoints Kashtanov for Euro 168lb title”

Photos: Team SES/Tim Blendermann In a crossroads fight, former world title challenger Robin Krasniqi (48-5, 17 KOs) scored a tactical twelve round unanimous decision over former WBA interim champion Stanislav…
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Bobby Gunn competing in bare knuckles event

Tonight at the Cheyenne Ice & Events Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming, an event is being billed as the first legal, regulated, and sanctioned bare-knuckle event in the United States since 1889. The $29.95 PPV telecast is being held under the auspices of the Wyoming Combative Sports Commission. The most notable boxer involved is 44-year-old heavyweight Bobby Gunn (21-7-1, 18 KOs), who is coming off a 2017 loss to Roy Jones Jr. Gunn has previous experience as a bare-knuckle fighter, and he lays claim to being the lineal bare-knuckle boxing heavyweight champion. Gunn will face fellow boxer Irineu Beato Costa Junior (19-7, 17 KOs), who has the unusual distinction of being 19-0 in South America and 0-7 elsewhere. Probably the most recognizable name competing is former UFC heavyweight champion Ricco Rodriguez.

Tonight at the Cheyenne Ice & Events Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming, an event is being billed as the first legal, regulated, and sanctioned bare-knuckle event in the United States since…
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Webster shuts out Riojas in AC

Super middleweight Derrick Webster (26-1, 13 KOs) pounded his way to a 10-round unanimous decision over Oscar Riojas (16-10-1, 5 KOs) in the main event of a five-bout card at The Claridge Hotel. Webster was pinpoint with his jab, which he followed with a solid bodywork that reddened the sides of Riojas. Webster stunned the gritty Riojas on several occasions, but the visitor from Monterrey, Mexico showed a good chin and remained on his feet for the ten-round bout. Scores were all 100-90 in favor of Webster, who captured the American Boxing Federation Continental Americas title.

“It was boxing in there. I put on a display. Roy Jones told me to keep him long, and that’s what I did. I started the bodywork a little late, but the jab was my key. I could have done a little more with the body, but the jab was everything tonight,” said Webster. Continue reading “Webster shuts out Riojas in AC”

Super middleweight Derrick Webster (26-1, 13 KOs) pounded his way to a 10-round unanimous decision over Oscar Riojas (16-10-1, 5 KOs) in the main event of a five-bout card at…
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