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  Thompson vs. Solis II Set For
Oct. 18 In Dusseldorf, Germany
 
The rematch between US ring veteran Tony Thompson and Cuban Olympic gold medalist Odlanier Solis will take place on October 18th at CASTELLO in Dusseldorf, Germany. Promoter Ahmet Oner announced that tickets are going on sale today.

"We are happy that we reached a deal with the CASTELLO in Dusseldorf. Now we are all set and ready to go", says Oner. The Turkish promoter hasn't staged events in Germany for over a year. "This is my comeback in Germany. German boxing is going through some hard times and nearly dead. It's time for somebody to revive it." Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Philadelphia  
Donte Wright 151 - Lionel Charles 153
Avery Sparrow 130 - Hassan Wasswau 132
Jerome Conquest 138.5 - Sidney McCow 139.5

Venue:  2300 Arena in Philadelphia



There will be five amateur bouts prior to the professional card that will be headlined by national Golden Gloves champion Christian Carto and Eric Gordon in a 3-round bout in the 110-pound weight division.

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Sept 16  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2000, Las Vegas, Nevada:
William Joppy won a 12 round UD over Hacine Cherifi to retain the WBA Middleweight Title.
Sharmba Mitchell won a 12 round UD over Felix Flores to retain the WBA Light Welterweight Title.
Joel Casamayor TKO'd Radford Beasley in the 12th round to win the WBA Super Middleweight Title.
1997, Nashville, Tennessee:
Mark Johnson won a 12 round UD over Angel Almena to retain the IBF Flyweight Title.
1995, Atlantic City, New Jersey:
Terry Norris TKO'd David Gonzalez in the 9th round to retain the WBC Light Middleweight Title.
Julio Cesar Chavez won a 12 round UD over David Kamau to retain the WBC Light Welterweight Title.
Sharmba Mitchell KO'd Terron Millet in the 1st round.

                                                                                                                         
  Lightweight Champion Jose Roman
Defends Regional Title Sept. 26
 
Lightweight champion Jose Roman (17-1-1, 12 KOs) of Garden Grove, Calif. takes the next step in his quest to become a world champion when he defends his WBC CABOFE Lightweight Title against the far more experienced Hector Velazquez (56-22-3, 38 KOs) of Tijuana, Mex. The 8-round "Path to Glory" main event is part of a seven-fight card promoted by Thompson Boxing Promotions, Friday, Sept. 26, from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, Calif. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  The Growth Of Undefeated Middleweight
Contender Thomas "Cornflake" LaManna
 
Undefeated Middleweight, Thomas LaManna has been proving the doubters wrong since he turned professional in 2011

After a pedestrian amateur career that saw LaManna go just 20-21 plus his "Boy Next Door" looks not much was expected for the now 22-year old.
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  Karl Dargan Training Camp Notes  
When current USBA Atlantic Coast Region Champion Karl "Dynamite" Dargan (16-0, 8 KOs) was growing up in Philadelphia he spent most of his time in the gym with his cousin, world renowned boxing trainer Brother Naazim Richardson. Now, as the undefeated Dargan prepares to add the Junior NABF Lightweight Title to his mantle, he utilizes the lessons he learned from a childhood growing up in boxing.
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  Three-Division World Champ Amanda Serrano
Talks About Her Sept. 18 Bout In Brooklyn
 
Three-division world champion Amanda Serrano (21-1, 16 KO's) knows first hand that she has a tough fight on her hands this Thursday night at the Master Theater in Brooklyn when he she takes on Jackie Trivilino (9-8-3, 1 KO) in a rematch of a fight that took place on March 20, 2009.

Serrano won a majority decision and now in the long awaited rematch they will headline a seven bout card promoted by Dmitry Salita's Star of David Promotions.
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  Braekhus Unifies Division;
Svensson & Skoglund Claim Titles
 
Photos: Photo Wende

Boxing history was made in Copenhagen, Denmark last night. Norwegian star Cecilia Braekhus (26-0, 7 KOs) became the first female boxer to unify a division by holding all four major titles simultaneously. The WBC, WBA & WBO Champion scored a unanimous decision victory over IBF Champion Ivana Habazin (13-2, 5 KOs) to become the undisputed welterweight queen. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         

  Mayweather Remains Perfect
In Rematch With Maidana
 
Photos: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME
After 24 rounds of boxing with Marcos Maidana, Floyd Mayweather is still the undisputed pound-for-pound champion.

Mayweather (47-0, 26 KOs) successfully defended his WBC and WBA Welterweight and WBC Super Welterweight World Championships with a unanimous 12-round decision victory in a rematch with Argentine slugger Maidana (35-5, 31 KOs) on Saturday in front of 16,144 fans at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, live on SHOWTIME PPV®. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Sept 15  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2001, Manchester, England:
Ricky Hatton TKO'd John Bailey in the 5th round to retain the WBU Light Welterweight Title.
Anthony Farnell KO'd Lee Blundell in the 2nd round to retain the WBO Inter-Continental Light Middleweight Title.
Scott Harrison TKO'd Gary Thornhill in the 5th round to retain the Commonwealth British Empire Featherweight Title.
Telde Gran Canaria, Spain:
Khalid Rahilou TKO'd Ferenc Szakallas in the 1st round to win the WBA International Light Welterweight Title.
2000, Denver, Colorado:
Jose Luis Castillo and Stevie Johnston fought to a 12 round Draw and Castillo retained the WBC Lightweight title. Johnston was originally declared the winner but a mistake was discovered on a scorecard. Castillo was notified when Johnston showed up at his dressing room to give back his belt.
1998, Sao Paulo, Brazil:
Acelino Freitas TKO'd Francisco Tomas Da Cruz in the 2nd round to retain the Brazilian Lightweight Title.
1990, Belfast, Northern Ireland:
Dave McAuley won a 12 round UD over Rodolfo Blanco to retain the IBF Flyweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
  Floyd Holds On To Maidana & His Belts  
By William Trillo
Photos: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME

After the first round I thought I was going to be singing the praises of Welterweight & Light Middleweight Champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. (47-0 26 KO’s) who seemingly had a perfect stick and move game plan that was going to humiliate and defeat his challenger Marcos Rene Maidana (35-5 , 31 KO’s). But as the fight ensued it was evident a 37 year old Mayweather was not going to be able to fight on his toes all night. That left the alternative, clinching, holding, elbowing and complaining. In other words we got your prototypical Mayweather fight that may have kept Floyd undefeated but as usual it just rings hollow for many boxing fans.
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  We Paid $74.99/$64.99 For That?  
To everyone who spent the $64.99 on the "Mayhem: Mayweather vs. Maidana II" PPV Event ($74.99 for HD), here is what you paid for:

1. A mismatch featuring Alfredo Angulo losing 8 rounds to 2 to a showboating James De La Rosa who had to run the last round just to survive the fight.

2. A clinch-fest featuring Miguel Vazquez vs. Mickey Bey that could cure insomnia, but the dreadful 119-109 will cause nightmares for many years to come.

3. Another mismatch, this time featuring hot super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz blowing out Miguel Roman in 2 rounds with just one punch. And that was the Co-Main Event.

4. Mayweather putting on his running shoes in the 12th round, accepting booing from the crowd rather than entertaining them for just one more round. Hell, even Adrien Broner did it last week, and scored a brilliant knockdown to close the show against Emmanuel Taylor. At least De La Rosa on the undercard tonight HAD to run away, Mayweather did not.

You were also tricked to believe tonight's PPV was starting one hour earlier (5pm PT/8pm ET rather that the usual 6pm PT/9pm ET) because you were getting "Quality Fights", yet the truth is, they knew that most of the fights would go the distance and they did not want the Main Event to start late like they have been as of late.

Hope you feel your "money" was well spent.

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Sept 14  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2004, Jakarta, Indonesia:
Muhammad Rachman won a 12 round SD over Daniel Reyes to win the IBF Minimumweight Title.
2002, Brauschweig, Germany:
Artur Grigorian won a 12 round UD over Stefano Zoff to retain the WBO Lightweight Title.
Dariusz Michalczewski TKO'd Richard Hall in the 10th round to retain the WBO Light Heavyweight Title.
Las Vegas, Nevada:
Nate Campbell KO'd Daniel Alicea in the 3rd round to win the NABF and NABA Super Featherweight Title.
Oscar De La Hoya TKO'd Fernando Vargas in the 11th round to win the WBC and WBA Light Middleweight Title.
Miguel Cotto won a 10 round UD over John Brown.
1996, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia:
Kostya Tszyu KO'd Jan Bergman in the 6th round to retain the IBF Light Welterweight Title.
Inglewood, California:
Marco Antonio Barrera TKO'd Jesse Magana to retain the WBO Super Bantamweight Title.
Kennedy McKinney won a 10 round SD over Nestor Lopez.

                                                                                                                         
  Maidana's New Style Proves To Be Less Effective As Mayweather Wins Clear Unanimous Decision  
By Bret "The Threat" Newton
Photos: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME

Floyd Mayweather (now 47-0, 26 KO's) won a 12-round unanimous decision in a rematch over Marcos Maidana. This fight was almost a complete opposite of their first which had Maidana keeping constant pressure on Floyd who laid against the ropes. This time Mayweather was constantly moving and Maidana was more technical himself.

Although Maidana added a nice jab to his arsenal and showed he can do some boxing rather than brawling, this was not the fight to do it in as his previous style is what got him the rematch in the first place and had many thinking he deserved the win last time. This time it allowed Mayweather to use the ring, circle around, hit and not get hit, basically the Mayweather way. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         

  Santa Cruz KO’s Roman in 2  
By William Trillo
Photo: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME

Super bantamweight Leo Santa Cruz (28-0-1, 16 KO’s) KO’d Manuel Roman (17-3-3, 6 KO’s) at the 55 second mark of round 2. Let’s be honest, this was a gimme. It was a sharp right hand that did the trick, it was well placed and it had power. Roman never saw it coming. At least it took the sting off the fight we anguished through moments before. Leo keeps his WBC super bantamweight title.
                                                                                                                         

  Bey Over Vazquez In Atrocity  
By William Trillo @ Ringside
Photo: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME

Lightweight Miguel Vazquez (33-4, 13 KO’s) lost his IBF lightweight title to Mickey Bey (21-1-1, 10 KO’s) by split decision in one of the most difficult fights to watch in the history of boxing. Along with that it must have been one of the most difficult fights to judge as scores were all over the place in this one. 115-113 for Bey and Vazquez respectively but another scorecard had it inexplicably in favor of Bey at 119-109. This was a simply dreadful fight that was topped by even worse scoring. Admittedly I had no idea how the judges stayed awake for this one…and apparently one didn’t. I could go on and on but the fight was so bad I doubt anyone really cares.
                                                                                                                         

  De La Rosa Wins Unanimously Over Angulo,
But Not Without Being Out On Feet At End Of Fight
 
Photo: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME

James De La Rosa (now 23-2, 13 KO's) won a 10-round unanimous decision over Alfredo Angulo in a relatively easy to score fight. Angulo just doesn't seem to have the animal instinct he once had that made him so exciting to watch. It didn't help matters by putting him in against a mover and defensive fighter either. Angulo walked forward for most of the fight, walking into punches. Angulo was ruled knocked down by being held up from the ropes in round 2 following two lefts to the head. Angulo would keep the pressure which De La Rosa had trouble keeping up with, staggering on a few occasions Angulo did land in, then being out on his feet at the end of the 9th. Angulo only had to connect in the 10th to finish the job, and despite De La Rosa having his hands down, trying to hold and having nothing left in the 10th and final round, Angulo could not finish the job on a defenseless fighter. Final scores were 98-90-96-92 and 99-89. Angulo drops to 22-5 with 18 KO's.
                                                                                                                         

  Soto Wins Unanimously Over Molina In
Grueling Match Involving 3 Point Deductions
 
Photo: Esther Lin - SHOWTIME

Humberto Soto (now 65-8-2-1 ND, 35 KO's) won a 10-round unanimous decision over John Molina in a fight where both men traded as expected. Both men would trade after the bell in rounds 3, 4 and 9. Soto may have had a slightly higher punch output, but his chin being made of iron is what mainly got him the win tonight as Molina landed some hellacious shots that would have sent anyone down and out. Left hooks, right hands, uppercuts, all landing on Soto's head, but with no affect. Molina would land belt-line body punches in rounds 4, 6 and 7, being deducted two points overall. Soto would land low in rounds 9 and 10, being deducted one point. Final scores were 96-91 and 95-92 twice. Molina drops to 27-5 with 22 KO's.
                                                                                                                         

  Off-TV Results From MGM Grand Las Vegas  
By William Trillo @ Ringside
Cruiserweight Andrew Tabiti (7-0, 7 KO’s) kept his unbeaten KO streak alive as he defeated Caleb Grummet (4-4-1, 3 KO’s) with a KO at the 2:01 mark of round 6.

Light welterweight Damian Alejandro Sosa (8-1, 6 KO’s) was unceremoniously defeated by Armando Lopes (1-0) who was making his pro debut.

Welterweight Fabian Andres Maidana (3-, 2 KO’s) set the standard for his brother Marcos as he KO’d Jared Teer(2-3, 2 KO’s) at 2:07 of round one.

Super middleweights Kevin Newman II & Azat Umarzoto made their respective pro debuts by battling to a four round draw.

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Lucian Bute: "My Priority?
Get A Rematch With Jean Pascal"
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - Former IBF super middleweight champion of the world, the Montrealer Lucian Bute confirmed Thursday that the Californian Freddie Roach is his new trainer, and Friday, he revealed his priority. What it is? Get a rematch with the Montrealer Jean Pascal (29-2-1), the former WBC light heavyweight champion of the world. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  "GGG" LA Debut A Big Hit With Fans  
Due to an overwhelming demand for tickets to “Mexican Style” on Saturday, October 18th at the StubHub Center in Carson, California, K2 Promotions announced plans today to add Standing Room Only tickets priced at $27.

“Mexican Style” is headlined by the highly anticipated 12-round world middleweight title fight between Boxing’s fastest rising star, WBA/IBO Middleweight Champion, GENNADY “GGG” GOLOVKIN and WBC Interim Middleweight Champion MARCO ANTONIO “El Veneno” RUBIO.

“In the first two weeks we’ve sold over 75% of the available tickets to “Mexican Style” which truly validates the popularity of Gennady on the West Coast,” said Tom Loeffler, Managing Director of K2 Promotions.

                                                                                                                         
  Martin Murray Upping The Ante Ahead
Of "Title Tornado" In Monte Carlo
 
World-rated middleweight Martin Murray began sparring on Friday in anticipation of his October 25 showdown against perennial contender Domenico Spada on the Golden Gloves “Title Tornado” tournament in Monte Carlo.

Murray, rated #1 by the WBC and #3 by the IBF, is engaged in a 10-week training camp under the guidance of trainer Oliver Harrison designed to have him in peak condition for his second outing in the principality. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  Cletus Seldin Headlines "Rockin Fights 15" Sept. 19  
Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing is proud to present another installment of the popular "Rockin Fights" series on Friday, Sept. 19th at The Paramount in Huntington, NY.

Headlining the card will be undefeated Jr. Welterweight Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin (13-0 10KO's) Shirley, NY, takes on tough battle tested Ramesis Gil (8-8-5 5KO's) Santo Domingo, DR, in the 10 round main event.
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  Weights From Denmark  
Ivana Habazin 145.5 vs. Cecilia Braekhus 142.9
WBC, WBA, WBO & IBF World Female Welterweight Unification

Marie Riederer 138.5 vs. Klara Svensson 138.5
Stefano Abatangelo 174.2 vs. Erik Skoglund 174.6

Promoter: Sauerland Promotion
Venue: Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers Hotel

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Sept 13  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2003, Berlin, Germany:
Felix Sturm won a 12 round SD over Hector Velazco to win the WBO Middleweight Title.
Jose Rivera won a 12 round MD over Michel Trabant to win the Vacant WBA Welterweight Title.
Temecula, California:
Rocky Juarez KO'd David Murillo in the 1st round.
Las Vegas, Nevada:
Shane Mosley won a 12 round decision over Oscar De La Hoya to win the WBC, WBA and IBA Light Middleweight Titles.
Juan Lazcano TKO'd Stevie Johnston in the 11th round of a WBC Lightweight Title Eliminator.
Miguel Cotto TKO'd Demetrio Ceballos in the 7th round to win the WBC International Light Welterweight Title.
1997, Cebu, Philippines:
Manny Pacquiao won a 10 round decision over Melvin Magramo in a non-title Flyweight Bout.
Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas, Nevada:
Raul Marquez won a 12 round SD over Keith Mullings to retain the IBF Light Middleweight Title.
Oscar De La Hoya won a 12 round UD over Hector Camacho to retain the WBC Welterweight Title.
Paulie Ayala won a 10 round UD over Ricardo Medina.
Paul Spadafora won a 6 round UD over Kino Rodriguez.

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Las Vegas - SHOWTIME PPV  
Photos: Marlene Marquez

Floyd Mayweather 146.5 vs. Marcos Maidana 146
(WBC/WBA Welterweight, WBC Super Welterweight Titles)

Leo Santa Cruz 121 vs. Manuel Roman 122
(WBC Super Bantamweight Title)

Miguel Vazquez 135 vs. Mickey Bey 134.5
(IBF Lightweight Title)

Alfredo Angulo 162 vs. James de la Rosa 161.5
Humberto Soto 140 vs. John Molina 139.5
Andrew Tabiti 195.5 vs. Caleb Grummet 195+ *overweight has 1hr
Damian Sosa 136.5 vs. Armando Lopes 139
Fabian Maidana 140 vs. Jared Teer 146.5
Kevin Newman 163.5 vs. Azat Umarzoda 162

Venue: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
Promoter: Mayweather Promotions/Golden Boy

                                                                                                                         

  Billy’s Boxing Blog
Courage Tshabalala Embraces His New Career
 
By William Trillo

Former heavyweight contender, Courage Tshabalala (26-4, 22 KO’s) is the new head coach for Sheer Sports and scout who is now taking over the IRON boxing gym in Santa Monica owned by Ken Sheer. There is a lot of excitement in the air as Courage will now be putting his experience to work as he helps fighters hone their crafts.

Tonight in Sheffield, England Courage will be in the corner of welterweight Chad Gaynor 915-1, 8 KO’s) as he takes on Ahmet Patterson (12-0,3 KO’s) in a battle for the BBBofC Welterweight belt. Click Here For Full Blog

                                                                                                                         

  Mayweather vs. Maidana Weigh-In
Live Stream
Today At 6pm ET/3pm PT
 
SHOWTIME® Sports will be live streaming the weigh-in, in advance of “MAYHEM: MAYWEATHER vs. MAIDANA 2” on Saturday, Sept. 13 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., live on SHOWTIME PPV® (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT).

The event will be available for viewing LIVE via YouTube below and will be available in High Definition:


                                                                                                                         
  Quick Results From The Hard Rock, Las Vegas  
Photos: Marlene Marquez

Luis Ortiz (22-0, 19 KO's) dropped previously unbeaten Lateef Kayode (20-1, 16 KO's) shortly into the first round. Ortiz landed an assault at the end of the round, but right when Kayode started punching back, referee Robert Byrd had waived the fight off, a bit prematurely. Final time was 2:55.

Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar (25-1, 19 KO's) blasted out Juan Manuel Lopez (34-5, 31 KO's) in just 2 rounds, with a devastating 4 punch combo that had Lopez out before his hit the canvas motionless. With back to back devastating KO losses, Lopez may be looking towards retirement.

Errol Spence stopped Noe Bolanos in 2 rounds.

Josesito Lopez won an 8 round UD over Radael Cobos.

Julian Williams won an 8 round UD over Eliezer Gonzalez.

Jermall Charlo stopped Norberto Gonzalez in 7.
                                                                                                                         

 

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