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Sergey Kovalev Media Roundtable Chat
Bradley Wipes The Smirk Off Of Vargas Face
Bradley Defeats Vargas Despite Bizarre Ending
Roman Gets 21st Victory
GGG vs. Lemiuex...Why Wait?
Black & White
David Lemieux Wants Golovkin, Cotto & Quillin
Lemieux: New IBF Middleweight Champion
Catch Weight vs. Overweight
Spin Control
Middleweight Madness

PBC On ESPN Fails Miserably
Stupid Is As Stupid Does: Handling Of Chavez Jr
Jean Pascal: "I Would Love To Face Stevenson.."
Herrera Gets Cut, But Grabs Victory
Thurman Battles Collazo To TKO Victory
Herrera Butted, Bloodied & Victorious
Diaz Given Gift In Los Angeles
Grant: "Bute Is Determined To Get Back.."
Golovkin Denies Interview Quotes

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  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
IBF Requiring Beterbiev vs. Hopkins
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - The IBF championship committee sent a letter to the GYM Group requiring a fight between Montrealer Artur Beterbiev and American Bernard Hopkins for the number one contender position in the light heavyweight division.

Kathy Duva, the promoter of the WBA, WBO and IBF light heavyweight champion of the world, the Russian Sergey Kovalev (28-0-1), was negotiating with promoter Yvon Michel, the boss of the GYM group, for a fight between Beterbiev (9-0-0) and Kovalev (27-0-1) for November 28th in Moscow, Russia.
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  Humberto Soto vs. Antonio Orozco Set As
Oct. 3 Co-Main Event For Matthysse vs. Postol
 
Former three-division world champion Humberto "La Zorrita" Soto (65-8-2, 35 KOs) of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico will take on undefeated contender Antonio "Relentless" Orozco (22-0, 15 KOs) of San Diego, Calif. in a career defining 10-round super lightweight showdown as the co-main event for Lucas Matthysse vs. Viktor Postol on Saturday, Oct. 3 from StubHub Center televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark beginning at 10:15 p.m. ET/PT. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Beibut Shumenov Makes History Once Again In Ring  
Newly crowned World Boxing Association (WBA) Interim cruiserweight champion Beibut Shumenov (16-2, 10 KOs) recently made history once again, defeating B.J. Flores (31-2-1, 20 KOs) by way of a 12-round unanimous decision as Premier Boxing Champions series headliner, which aired July 25th on NBCSN live from The Palms in Las Vegas. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Two-Time World Champion Amanda Serrano
Blasts Ronda Rousey's Trainer, Makes Challenge
 
Two-time world champion, Amanda Serrano (24-1-1, 18 KO's) from Puerto Rico, and her trainer / manager, Jordan Maldonado consider it very disrespecful for the boxing community, the comments made by Edmond Tarverdyan, trainer of the UFC World Champion, Ronda Rousey. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Svensson Challenges Nunez For IBF
World Title On Sept. 19 In Sweden
 
Klara Svensson (15-1, 5 KOs) gets her second shot at world glory on September 19 when she challenges Marisa Gabriela Nunez (7-5-2) for the IBF Female World Light Welterweight title at the Rosvalla Stora Ishallen at the Nyköpings Arenor in Nyköping, Sweden.

The Malmo-boxer fell short in her attempt to dethrone WBC queen Erica Anabella Farias in May, but having gained valuable experience, Svensson returns with renewed vigour confident of toppling Nunez and claiming boxing’s ultimate prize.
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  Lihaug & Havnaa Set For Action
On Sept. 12 In Frederikshavn
 
Tim-Robin Lihaug (13-1, 8 KOs) and Kai Robin Havnaa (3-0, 2 KOs) return to action on September 12 in Frederikshavn. Following the summer break, the talented Norwegian duo will be looking to kick-start the second half of the year with victories at the Arena Nord.

Lihaug, who is undefeated in ten successive contests, has enjoyed a fine run of form as he seeks to establish himself as a serious super middleweight contender. In his last outing, the 22 year-old delivered a devastating left-hook to flatten domestic rival Arne Ernstsen at the Ballerup Super Arena in Copenhagen.
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  Brooklyn Police Officer Niyazov Looking To Prove
He Is 'New York's Finest' On Aug. 25 In Coney Island
 
With professional pugilism blazing right now in New York City, one boxing Brooklyn police officer will look to prove he is truly "New York's Finest" on Tuesday, Aug. 25 at the Brooklyn Brawl in Coney Island.

As part of a stacked card at the Brooklyn Cyclones' MCU Park later this month, Brooklyn NYPD officer Dimash Niyazov (7-0-3, 5KOs) meets Ariel "Fuego" Duran (8-7-1, 5KOs) of Queens in a highly-anticipated lightweight bout scheduled for eight rounds. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Aug 4  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2001, Marseille, France:
Lou Del Valle and Bruno Girard fought to a 12 round Draw for the Vacant WBA Light Heavyweight Title.
Las Vegas, Nevada:
Wlad Klitschko TKO'd Charles Shufford in the 6th round to retain the WBO Heavyweight Title.
Paulie Ayala won a 12 round SD over Bones Adams to win the Vacant IBO Super Bantamweight Title.
1988, Mexicali, Mexico:
Jorge Paez won a 15 round MD over Calvin Grove to win the IBF Featherweight Title.
1985, Seoul, Korea:
Jung Koo Chang won a 12 round UD over Francisco Montiel to retain the WBC Light Flyweight Title.
1984, Okinawa, Japan:
Satoshi Shingaki won a 15 round SD over Joves De La Puz to win the IBF Bantamweight Title.
1980, Caracas, Venezuela:
Hilario Zapata won a 15 round UD over Hector Melendez to retain the WBC Light Flyweight Title.
1979, Chicago, Illinois:
Ernesto Espana TKO'd Johnny Lira in the 9th round to Retain the WBA Lightweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
  Billy's Boxing Blog
PBC On ESPN Fails Miserably
 
By William Trillo
When long time and respected Southern California boxing scribe Francisco Salazar takes you to task you know you have problems. Salazar rarely, if ever, has a negative word to say about boxing shows, so when I saw him take a shot at the PBC card (via Facebook) that aired on Saturday night I knew I wasn't the only one who saw this event as a huge misfire.

Rosie Perez may be the biggest female boxing fan on the planet but thrusting her into a guest analyst position was ill-advised at best. And is it just me or has Teddy Atlas become a caricature of himself? Click Here For Full Blog

                                                                                                                         
 

Danny Garcia TKO 9 Paulie Malignaggi Photo Gallery
Photos: "Sugar" Ray Bailey

 

Including:
Daniel Jacobs TKO 2 Sergio Mora
Adam Kownacki KO 2 Maurenzo Smith
Heather Hardy RTD 6 Renata Domsodi

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  Top Rank "Solo Boxeo Tecate" Quick Results  
Photos: Chris Farina - Top Rank

Chris Avalos wins an 8-round unanimous decision over Filipino Rey Perez.

Casey Ramos wins an 8-round unanimous decision over Daniel Evangelista Jr.

Erick Deleon wins by tko 4th round over Daniel Perales.
                                                                                                                         

  On This Day: Aug 3  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2002, Phoenix, Arizona:
Acelino Freitas won a 12 round UD over Daniel Attah to retain the WBA and WBO Super Featherweight Titles.
Antwun Echols TKO'd Richard Grant in the 3rd round to retain the NABF Super Middleweight Title.
2001, Toppenish, Washington:
Antonio Tarver KO'd Chris Johnson in the 10th round.
Angel Manfredy won a 10 round UD over Lamar Murphy.
1993, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Bernard Hopkins TKO'd Roy Ritchie in the 7th round to retain the USBA Middleweight Title.
Otis Grant TKO'd Brett Lally in the 4th round to win the NABF Middleweight Title.
1992, Pensacola, Florida:
Roy Jones Jr. TKO'd Kevin Daigle in the 2nd round.
1986, Monte Carlo, Monaco:
Julio Cesar Chavez won a 12 round MD over Rocky Lockridge to retain the WBC Super Featherweight Title.
Bangkok, Thailand:
Khaokor Galaxy KO'd Nakarat Kiatsonthaya in the 5th round.

                                                                                                                         
  Garcia Stops Malignaggi In 9  
Danny Garcia (now 31-0, 18 KO's) made his Welterweight debut and stopped Paulie Malignaggi in 9 rounds. This fight wasn't so much a mismatch as it was a prime fighter vs. a shot fighter. Malignaggi just does not have what it takes to be a fighter in the ring anymore against top opposition as Garcia simply won with his size and power advantage. Garcia landed flush shots on the body and head of Malignaggi, but never scored any knockdowns, so the question if Garcia has brought his power up in the new weightclass is still in question. At the start of round 9, Malignaggi was told by referee Arthur Mercante Jr. that he wouldn't allow him to keep taking punishment. Moments later, Garcia landed a combination with Malignaggi against the ropes and the fight was waived off at 2:22. Malignaggi drops to 33-7 with 7 KO's.
                                                                                                                         
  Jacobs Stops Mora In 2 After Both Go Down In 1st  
Daniel Jacobs (now 30-1, 27 KO's) retained the WBO Middleweight Title with a TKO win over Sergio Mora in just two rounds. The fight got off to a bit of a slow start, but a perfect counter right hook on the chin sent Mora down for the first time in the fight. Mora was up as Jacobs ran right in, carelessly walking into a left hook of his own, going down for the first time himself. In round 2, Jacobs came out swinging, landing a right hand on the side of the head that put Mora down a second time. Mora landed awkwardly on his right knee and twisted his ankle which he said he head "pop" and claimed it was "broken". Mora could not continue as the end came at 2:55. Mora said he wanted a rematch, Jacobs said "no rematch, why move backwards now", and called out Peter Quillin. Mora drops to 28-4-2 with 9 KO's.
                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Aug 2  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 1997, Uncasville, Connecticut:
Shane Mosley won a 12 round UD over Philip Holiday to win the IBF Lightweight Title.
Angel Manfredy TKO'd Jorge Paez to win the WBU Super Featherweight Title.
1986, Inchon, Korea:
Hi Sup Shin TKO'd Bi Won Chung in the 15th round to win the IBF Flyweight Title.
1980, Detroit, Michigan:
Thomas Hearns TKO'd Pipino Cuevas in the 2nd round to win the WBA Welterweight Title.
Yasutsune Uehara KO'd Sam Serrano in the 6th round to win the WBA Super Featherweight Title. Ring Magazine Upset of the Year!
Hilmer Kenty TKO'd Young Ho Oh in the 9th round to retain the WBA Lightweight Title.
Tex Cobb TKO'd Ernie Shavers in the 8th round.
Cincinnati, Ohio:
Aaron Pryor KO'd Antonio Cervantes in the 4th round to win the WBA Light Welterweight Title.
1975, Managua, Nicaragua:
Roberto Duran KO'd Pedro Mendoza in the 1st round.

                                                                                                                         
  Frank De Alba Off Of Tonight's
ESPN3 Fight With Omar Douglas
 
Due to a last minute, non-career threatening medical issue, Jr. Lightweight Frank De Alba will not be able to compete in Tonight's fight with Omar Douglas at Barclays Center. The bout was scheduled to be streamed on ESPN3.com.

More details on De Alba will announced shortly.

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Marc Ramsay: "Prieto Is The Best
Opponent Eleider Alvarez Has Faced"
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - The former WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, Jean Pascal, is not the only Montrealer light heavyweight to hope to get a shot for a world championship bout as soon as possible. Eleider Alvarez, a Montrealer Colombian ranked third contender by the WBC, has the same ambition.

August 15th at Bell Centre in Montréal, Alvarez (17-0-0) will face the Argentinian Nonito “El Guerrero” Prieto (24-0-3) in a 10 rounds bout presented just before the main event opposing the Montrealer super middleweight Lucian Bute (31-2-0) and the Italian Andrea DiLuisa (17-2-0). These two fights will be televised by NBC for the series Premier Boxing Champions. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Brooklyn, NY - ESPN  
Daniel Jacobs 159.8 vs. Sergio Mora 159.2
(WBA Middleweight Title)
Danny Garcia 146.6 vs. Paulie Malignaggi 146.8
Adam Kownacki 251.4 vs. Maurenzo Smith 258.2
Heather Hardy 121.2 vs. Renata Domsodi 121.6
Travis Peterkin 175.4 vs. Lenin Castillo 173.6
Rafael Vazquez 125.2 vs. Mario Macias 126
Prichard Colon 147.2 vs. Michael Finney 147.8
Titus Williams 128 vs. Micah Branch 130
Thomas Velasquez 127.2 vs. Gabriel Braxton 127.2

Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
Promoter: DiBella Entertainment

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Frisco, Texas - UniMas  
Chris Avalos 126.25 vs. Rey Perez 125.25
Casey Ramos 132 vs. Daniel Evangelista Jr 130.25
Clarence Booth 141.5 vs. Marco Antonio Lopez 139.25
Eric Anton 128.5 vs. DeAnthony Bonner 126.5
Jose Rodriguez 141.4 vs. Errol Sidney 144.25
Erick De Leon 131.25 vs. Daniel Perales 130.25

Venue: Dr. Pepper Arena, Frisco, Texas
Promoter: Top Rank

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Morelia, Mexico - Televisa  
Johnny Gonzalez 129.8 vs. Kazuki Hashimoto 129.3
Yessica Nery Plata 106.5 vs. Esmeralda132 Moreno 107.8
Juan Jose Martinez 134.6 vs. Edgar Puerta 135
Edgar Monarrez 130.25 vs. Ricardo “Piolo” Castillo 129.8

Venue: Auditorio Bicentenario in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Guadalajara - beIN Sports  
Ramses Agaton 154 vs. Ivan Montero 154.5
Carlos Diaz 132.5 vs. Willmank Cano 131.5
Dennis Contreras 119 vs. Sergio Frias 117.8
Rafael Guzman 139.1 vs. Abraham Cordero 139.5
Martin Tecuapetla 113.4 vs. Elfego De Jesus Sierra 112.12
Jesus Jauregui 130 vs. Victor Rubalcava 128.7

Venue: Coliseo de la Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México
Promotor: Zanfer

                                                                                                                         
  Weights From England - Sky Sports  
Luke Campbell 134.3 vs. Tommy Coyle 134
Brian Rose 157 vs. Carson Jones 157.5
Ricky Burns 138 vs. Prince Ofotsu 137.5
Dillian Whyte 250 vs. Irineu Costa 261.75
Martin J Ward 129.5 vs. Sergio Blanco 129.4

Venue: KC Lightstream Stadium in Hull, England
Promoter: Matchroom

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Aug 1  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 1994, Tokyo, Japan:
Yuri Arbachakov KO'd Hugo Soto in the 8th round to retain the WBC Flyweight Title.
1992, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Julian Jackson won a 12 round UD over Thomas Tate to retain the WBC Middleweight Title.
Julio Cesar Chavez TKO'd Frankie Mitchell in the 4th round to retain the WBC Light Welterweight Title.
1988, Inglewood, California:
Miguel Lora won a 12 round UD over Alberto Davila to retain the WBC Bantamweight Title.
Julio Cesar Chavez TKO'd Vernon Buchanan in the 3rd round in non title action.
1987, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Mike Tyson won a 12 round UD over Tony Tucker to unify the WBC, WBA, and IBF Heavyweight Titles.
1981, Caracas, Venezuela:
Eusebio Pedroza KO'd Carlos Pinango in the 7th round to retain the WBA Featherweight Title.
1976, Pusan, Korea:
Rigoberto Riasco won a 15 round SD over Dong Kyun Yum to retain the WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
  Mike Tyson To Present Muhammad Ali
For Nevada Boxing HOF Induction
 
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson became the latest mega-star to announce that he will attend the third annual Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame’s induction gala, which will take place in eight days, Next Saturday! August 8, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Tyson, a member of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame’s inaugural class in 2013, will present “The Greatest,” Muhammad Ali, for induction. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  Gennady Golovkin vs. David Lemieux World Middleweight Championship Set For Oct. 17
At Madison Square Garden Live On HBO PPV
 
Boxing superstar, WBA, IBO and WBC “Interim” Middleweight Champion GENNADY “GGG” GOLOVKIN (33-0, 30 KOs) will face IBF Middleweight title holder, Montreal power-puncher DAVID LEMIEUX (34-2, 31 KOs), in a World Middleweight Championship Title Unification bout on Saturday, October 17 at the Mecca of Boxing, Madison Square Garden. The championship event will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT.
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  Frank De Alba Ready For Biggest Fight Of Career Tomorrow Night Against Omar Douglas In Brooklyn  
TOMORROW NIGHT!! at Barclays Center, The 2nd installment of Premiere Boxing Champions on ESPN will take place with Danny Garcia meeting Paulie Malignaggi in the main event. In the co-feature, Daniel Jacobs will defend his Middleweight title against Sergio Mora.

In a bout that will take place before the live broadcast begins, an intriguing Jr. Lightweight battle between Frank De Alba and Omar Douglas will be streamed live on ESPN3.com at 8 PM ET. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  All-Action Sam Vargas Takes On
Ulises Jimenez Aug. 11 In Toronto
 
On August 11, Lee Baxter Management will present five exciting match-ups at the Woodbine Convention Hall in Toronto, including some of Canada’s brightest stars. In the main event of the evening, Ontario’s own two division Canadian champ Sam Vargas (21-2-1, 11KOs) will take on former WBC Mundo Hispano and FECARBOX champion Ulises Jimenez (21-16-1, 15KOs) of Mexico in a super welterweight ten rounder. Vargas last saw action a little over a month ago in Edmonton, blasting out seasoned Mexican veteran Cesar Chavez (26-9-0, 14KOs) via TKO3. He is currently ranked #2 in the nation by Canadian Boxiana. This is Jimenez’s first fight since 2013, when he moved up to middleweight to fight Adrian Luna Flores for the Mexican championship. Although Jimenez was the more experienced fighter, the naturally bigger Flores was able to use his size advantage to secure a TKO2 victory.
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  Dougie Fischer, Prichard Colon, Maurice Hooker, Kamaru Usman, Derek Anderson, Jared Cannonier
& Rachael Ostovich Today On LAST CALL
 
As the month of July ends, the Sport Swami is going out with a bang as this week he welcomes guest co-host Aspen Edwards to help with some huge guests in the world of boxing and MMA. Its three hours of wild action with co-host Aspen Edwards only on LAST CALL on Cyberstationusa.com. Friday July 31st from 9-12 am EST/ 6-9 p.m. PST. This week on LAST CALL features

-Undefeated Welterweight Prichard Colon returns to the show as he gets ready for his PBC undercard bout on August 1st in Brooklyn at the Barclay Center versus Michael Finnley on PBC on ESPN.

-RING TV boxing scribe Dougie Fischer joins the show as he sheds light on some of the big super fights coming up in August, his thoughts on the PBC, the drama between Frampton and Quigg and the fall of David Price.

-Undefeated Super Lightweight Maurice Hooker makes his debut on the show on his big June 26th victory over Eduardo Galino at the Kay Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas, TX.

www.cyberstationusa.com. Friday July 31st from 9 to 12 a.m. EST/ 6-9 p.m. PST.

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: Aug 31  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 1996, Dublin, Ireland:
Naseem Hamed TKO'd Manuel Medina in the 11th round to retain the WBO Featherweight Title.
Tom Johnson won a 12 round UD over Ramon Guzman to retain the IBF Featherweight Title.
Nate Miller TKO'd James Heath in the 7th round to retain the WBA Cruiserweight Title.
Palma de Mallorca, Spain:
Adolpho Washington won a 12 round UD over Tortsten May to win the Vacant IBF Cruiserweight Title.
1989, Inglewood, California:
Daniel Zaragoza TKO'd Frankie Duarte in the 10th round to retain the WBC Super Bantamweight Title.
1984, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Pinklon Thomas won a 12 round MD over Tim Witherspoon to win the WBC Heavyweight Title.
1981, Atlantic City, New Jersey:
Animal Frank Fletcher KO'd Ernie Singletary in the 8th round to win the USBA Middleweight Title.
Anthony Fletcher won an 8 round MD over Livingstone Bramble.

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Beterbiev: "I Hope Yvon Michel
Will Make A Deal With Main Events"
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - The Montrealer Russian Artur Beterbiev is more than enthusiast since he learned that he could fight the WBA, WBO and IBF light heavyweight champion of the world, the Russian Sergey Kovalev, November 28th in Moscow.

2009 amateur World boxing champion, Beterbiev (9-0-0) is the only light heavyweight to be ranked in the Top 10 in the world with less than 10 fights of pro boxing experience. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Pascal Cannot Train For Six Weeks
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - Former WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montrealer Jean Pascal, won’t be able to train for the next six weeks. Pascal (30-3-1) is suffering of right hand ligament’s damage.

In the third round of his fight with the Cuban Yunieski Gonzalez (16-1-0) Saturday evening in the ring of the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Pascal felt serious pain to the right hand. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Lucian Bute: "I Promised Howard & Otis Grant
Not To Disappoint Them On August 15th"
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL- Former IBF super middleweight champion of the world, the Montrealer Romanian Lucian Bute was involved in a media’s training day Wednesday afternoon at the Monster Gym in Pointe-Claire, in the West island of Montréal. The boxing trainers of this gym are the Montrealers brothers Howard and Otis Grant, the new Bute’s trainers. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  Skoglund: "This Is The Start Of
A New Era For Swedish Boxing"
 
Big time boxing returns to Sweden on September 19 when Erik Skoglund (22-0, 11 KOs) defends his IBF Intercontinental Light Heavyweight title against Oleskandr Cherviak (15-4-1, 5 KOs) at the Rosvalla Stora Ishallen at the Nyköpings Arenor in Nyköping, Sweden.

In a landmark decision for Swedish boxing, the country’s Martial Arts Delegation accepted an application for Skoglund to box 12 x 3 minute rounds, making the 24 year-old the first male boxer to contest a major title on Swedish soil since 1968.
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  Michael "The Silverback" Moore
Looking For A Big Opportunity
 
Jr. Middleweight, Michael Moore (13-1, 6 KO's) is currently out in Las Vegas fine tuning his skills under the leadership and training of Jeff Mayweather. Mayweather is assisting in taking the fighter that's known as "The Silverback" to the next level.

Said Moore, "I have never worked with such an incredible trainer. It's all about being secure with constructive criticism and understanding that this man is here to take me to that championship level like he has done so many others."
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  Tania Enriquez Ready For Her Next Fight  
Tijuana’s newest female boxing sensation, WBC FECOMBOX flyweight champion Tania Enriquez (5-0, 2KO), is all set for her next fight set for Wednesday, August 5th, at Bar La Wipa in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. The young lady of eighteen years of age will be sharing the fight card with fellow Tijuana fighter Abraham “Choko” Rodriguez and the current WBC Latino super flyweight champion Osvaldo “Magnifico” Castro. Enriquez will be facing undefeated Karen Islas of Culiacan, Mexico. The fight car is presented by Pacifico Promotions. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Vito Mielnicki Jr. Wins Jr. National
Golden Gloves Tournament In Las Vegas
 
Last week in Las Vegas, Vito Mielnicki Jr. captured the National Jr. Golden Gloves tournament in the 13-14 year-old; 90 pound weight class.

Mielnicki defeated Jaylan Walker of California 2-1, Patick Cody of Washington 3-0 and Eric Tudor of Florida 3-0 to win his 4th National title.

Mielnicki is trained by Willie Moses and trains at the Elite Heat Gym in Newark, New Jersey

                                                                                                                         
  August 8 Hyannis Boxing Card Filled With Fun Facts  
Pro Boxing Returns Cape Cod for the first time in nearly a decade August 8th at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center (HYCC) in Hyannis, MA. Below are some fun facts about the August 8th event.

- When Hyannis heavyweight Jesse Barboza (9-1-1, 5 KO's) steps into the ring that night to take on Pennsylvania's Jesse Oltmanns (10-5, 7 KO's) for the Northeast Heavyweight Championship, it will be his first shot at a title as a pro fighter and the first time he has fought in his hometown as a professional. As an amateur, however, Barboza won three New England Golden Gloves titles and did fight once in Hyannis. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: July 30  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2004, Louisville, Kentucky:
Nelson Dieppa won a 12 round MD over Ulises Solis to retain the WBO Light Flyweight Title.
Danny Williams KO'd Mike Tyson in the 4th round.
1999, Mashantucket, Connecticut:
James Toney TKO'd Adopho Washington in the 10th round.
Ray Oliviera won a 10 round UD over Cihat Salman
1995, Nagoya, Japan:
Wayne McCullough won a 12 round SD over Yasuei Yakushiji to retain the WBC Bantamweight Title.
1989, Atlantic City, New Jersey:
Julian Jackson TKO'd Terry Norris in the 2nd roundto retain the WBA Light Middleweight Title.
1979, Chicago, Illinois:
Pipino Cuevas won a 15 round UD over Randy Shields to retain the WBA Welterweight Title.
1977, Monte Carlo, Monaco:
Carlos Monzon won a 15 round UD over Rodrigo Valdez to retain the WBC and WBA Middleweight titles.

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier's Canada Corner
Adonis Stevenson Will Fight Tommy Karpency
On September 11 In Toronto
 
By Daniel Cloutier
Montréal - The GYM Group Promoter, Yvon Michel, will confirm in the next hours that his WBC Light Heavyweight Champion of the world, the Montrealer southpaw Adonis Stevenson, will proceed to the sixth defence of his title on September 11th at the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto. Stevenson (26-1-0) will face his 10th contender, Tommy Karpency (25-4-1), from Adah, Pennsylvania.

At his fifth defence, April 4th at the Quebec City Colisée, Stevenson won by unanimous decision against Sakio Bika (37-3-3), from Cameron.
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  Huck's New Training Methods For Success  
Photos: HSP

Can a super champion get any better? Marco Huck’s (38-2-1, 26 KOs) training camp is heating up. The reigning WBO Cruiserweight World Champion will put his title on the line when he faces his mandatory challenger Krzysztof Glowacki (24-0, 15 KOs) in just under three weeks time at the Prudential Center in Newark. To ensure on August 14th that the record breaking 14th title defense is successful, the 30 year old is battling the blistering heat of the Nevada sun and giving it his all. During this training camp the German is taking on some new elements, as even a professional boxer of more than ten years can still learn a thing or two. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         

  Sugar Ray Leonard To Present At Nevada
Boxing HOF Gala, Aug. 8 At Caesars Palace
 
Rich Marotta, the president and CEO of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame, announced Tuesday that legendary champion Sugar Ray Leonard has confirmed his attendance at the third annual induction gala on Saturday, August 8, at Caesars Palace.

Leonard, a 1976 Olympic gold medalist, was a member of the inaugural class of NVBHOF inductees in 2013 and last year presented his one-time rival Roberto Duran for his induction. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  Emmanuel Rodriguez To Defend WBO Latino Title Against Alex Rangel Aug. 22 In Fajardo, Puerto Rico  
Bantamweight WBO Latino champion Emmanuel 'Manny' Rodriguez (12-0, 8 KO's) will be defending his title for the third time, against Mexico's Alex Rangel (16-4-2, 10 KO's) on a scheduled 10 rounds duel, scheduled for Saturday, August, 22 at the Tomas Dones Coliseum in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Brandon Bennett vs. Jonathan Maicelo
Headlines Aug. 28 In Washington, DC
 
On Friday night, August 28 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in the nation's capital of Washington, DC, King's Promotions will present a spectacular night of boxing that will feature some of the best talent in the United States.

In the main event, Brandon Bennett will square off with former world title challenger Jonathan Maicelo in a Lightweight bout scheduled for 10-rounds.
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  LGM Promotions Back With Another Card On Aug. 15 At Pershing Field Ice Rink In Jersey City, NJ  
On Saturday night, August 15, a special night of professional boxing will take place at Pershing Field Ice Rink in Jersey City, New Jersey.

LGM Promotions is proud to center the fight card around the Puerto Rican Parade and Festival and Jersey City Recreation Department. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: July 29  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2000, Calabria, Italy:
Daniel Santos KO'd Giovanni Parisi in the 4th round to retain the WBO Welterweight Title.
Phoenix, Arizona:
Kostya Tszyu TKO'd Julio Cesar Chavez in the 6th round to retain the WBC Light Welterweight Title.
1995, San Antonio, Texas:
Alex Sanchez won a 12 round UD over Tomas Rivera to retain the WBO Minimumweight Title.
Danny Romero KO'd Miguel Martinez in the 6th round to retain the IBF Flyweight Title.
1994, Las Vegas, Nevada:
James Toney KO'd Charles Williams in the 12th round to retain the IBF Super Middleweight Title
Oscar de la Hoya KO'd Jorge Paez in the 2nd round to win the Vacant WBO Lightweight Title.
1990, Phoenix, Arizona:
Michael Carbajal TKO'd Muangchai Kittikasem in the 7th round to win the IBF Light Flyweight Title.
1957, New York, New York:
Floyd Patterson TKO'd Hurricane Jackson in the 10th round to retain the World Heavyweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
  Barrera Wants Revenge For Cuba, Calls Out Pascal  
This past Saturday night Sullivan Barrera improved his record to 16-0 with 11 knockouts when he stopped Hakim Zoulikha in the 8th round of their fight at the Mandalay Events Center. On the same card, former champion Jean Pascal won a hard fought decision over Yunieksy Gonzalez of Cuba.

Barrera has been looking for a big fight and after taking a short rest, he plans to return to Big Bear and resume training with Abel Sanchez. Click Here For More

                                                                                                                         
  Where Is Scott Harrison? Authorities Refusing
To Provide Location To His Family
 
On Friday last week, Scott Harrison was extradited to Spain, following appeal judges Lord Carloway, Lady Smith and Lady Clark upholding the decision, made by Sheriff Thomas Welsh QC earlier this year, that Mr. Harrison must return to Spain to serve a four year prison sentence, with regard to a 2012 charge of assault against three people that was heard in his absence, however since his extradition his family have been unable to ascertain where the former WBO World Champion is being imprisoned. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  New Opponent For Carita On Aug. 8 Card In Hyannis  
Pembroke's Vinnie Carita (9-1-1, 9 KO's) will still be in action on Saturday, August 8th at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center (HYCC) as part of the Boston Boxing Promotions event headlined by the Northeast Heavyweight Championship fight between Hyannis' Jesse Barboza (9-1-1, 5 KO's) vs. Jesse Oltmanns (10-5, 7 KO's). Carita, however, will now have to pick on someone his own size.
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  Tarver vs. Cunningham Teleconference Transcript  
Kelly Swanson: Thanks everybody for calling in. We're excited today to be on the phone talking about a really excellent show headlined by Antonio Tarver versus Steve Cunningham also featuring the bout between Marco Huck and Krzysztof Glowacki. We are going to start with Huck and Glowacki.

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  On This Day: July 28  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2001, London, England:
Danny Williams TKO'd Julius Francis in the 4th round to win the Brittish and Commonwealth Heavyweight Titles.
Los Angeles, California:
Andrew Lewis retained the WBA Welterweight Title when his bout with Ricardo Mayorga is called a NC in the 2nd round. Lewis suffered a head-butt inflicted cut.
Erik Morales won a 12 round UD over In Jin Chi to retain the WBC Featherweight Title.
Roy Jones Jr. won a 12 round UD over Julio Cesar Gonzalez to retain the Undisputed Light Heavyweight World Title.
1990, Melbourne, Australia:
Dennis Andries KO'd Jeff Harding in the 7th round to regain the WBC Light Heavyweight Title.
St Petersburg, Florida:
Jeff Lampkin KO'd Siza Makathini in the 8th round to retain the IBF Cruiserweight Title.
1988, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Michael Nunn TKO'd Frank Tate in the 9th round to win the IBF Middleweight Title.
1985, Miami, Florida:
Mike McCallum TKO'd David Braxton in the 8th round to retain the WBA Super Middleweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Kathy Duva: "For Kovalev, We Have
Several Interesting Options On The Table"
Gonzalez: "I Have Been Robbed", Pascal: "False!"
 
By Daniel Cloutier
Kathy Duva, the big boss of Main Event, the Sergey Kovalev’s promoter, said his fighter will probably get his next fight in Russia in November.

She mentioned it about 30 minutes after that Kovalev (28-0-1) crushed the French Nadjib Mohammedi (37-4-0) Saturday evening in the ring of the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
 

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Sullivan Barrera TKO 8 Hakim Zoulikha
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  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
David Lemieux: "Golovkin And Me?
It Will Be A War, Round After Round"
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - The new IBF middleweight champion of the world, the Montrealer David Lemieux, is clearly enthusiast to know his next opponent will be one of the best fighter pound for pound in the world, Gennady Golovkin, a undefeated fighter from Kazakhstan.

Lemieux (34-2-0) and Golovkin (33-0-0) will meet in the ring of the Madison Square Garden in New York October 17th, to unify the IBF and WBA world titles of the 160 pounds division. The bout should be televised by HBO. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  Chris Avalos Replacing Injured Jessie Magdaleno
On Aug. 1 Top Rank Card In Texas
 
World ranked super bantamweight Chris Avalos of Lancaster, California will replace injured Jessie Magdaleno of Las Vegas in the main event here Saturday night at the Dr. Pepper Arena. Avalos will face Rey Perez of the Philippines on Top Rank's Solo Boxeo Tecate - UniMas on Saturday, August 1. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Yuniesky Gonzalez Shines In Vegas On HBO  
Joe DeGuardia's Cuban Light Heavyweight Yuniesky Gonzalez (16-1 12KO) came to Las Vegas Saturday night looking to make a statement against former 2X world champion Jean Pascal (30-3-1 17KO) and Gonzalez made as bold a statement as the light heavyweight division has seen in a while. Gonzalez won over the fans, media and HBO with a tremendous performance that had everyone appreciating his heart, fire and determination. In the thrilling battle, Gonzalez left the ring with everything but the official victory in a bout televised live on HBO.
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  On This Day: July 27  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana:
Cliff Etienne and Francois Botha fought to a draw in a wild and controversial bout.
Las Vegas, Nevada:
Tim Austin TKO'd Adan Vargas in the 10th round to retain the IBF Bantamweight Title.
John Ruiz retained his WBA Heavyweight Title when Kirk Johnson was DQ'd in the 10 for repeated Low Blows.
Byron Mitchell TKO'd Julio Cesar Green in the 4th round to retain the WBA Super Middleweight Title.
Lamon Brewster TKO'd Willie Mitchell in the 6th round.
1991, Capo d'Orlando, Italy:
Mauro Galvano won a 12 round UD over Ron Essett to retain the WBC Super Middleweight Title.
Norfolk, Virginia:
Pernell Whitaker won a 12 round UD over Policarpo Diaz to retain the WBC, WBA, and IBF Lightweight Titles.
1990, Capo d'Orlando, Italy:
Massimliano Duran won the WBC Cruiserweight Title when Carlos de Leon was DQ'd in the 11th round.

                                                                                                                         
  Billy's Boxing Blog
Kovalev Fight To Be Offered To Beterbiev
 
By William Trillo
In a surprise announcement Main Events promoter Kathy Duva told Pound4Pound that on Monday she will be contacting GYM Promotions Yvon Michel to offer a title fight to the undefeated Artur Beterbiev. Duva stated that she is prepared to make the fight in Moscow, Berterbiev's home town. If accepted the fight could take place before the end of the year. Click Here For Full Blog

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier's Canada Corner
Lemieux vs. Golovkin Set For Oct. 17 In New York
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - The IBF middleweight champion of the world, the Montrealer David Lemieux, will face the WBA champion of the world, Gennady Golovkin, October 17th at Madison Square Garden in New York.

It’s what the boss of the Eye Of The Tiger Management Group, the Montrealer Camille Estephan, mentioned Saturday evening. Click Here For Full Report

                                                                                                                         
  Kovalev Makes Quick Work Of
Mohammedi To Remain Undefeated
 
Photos: David Spagnolo - Main Events

Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev (28-0-1, 25 KOs)* and Nadjib "IronDjib" Mohammedi (38-4, 23 KOs) started off the main event slow, just feeling each other out in the first round. At the start of the second round, Kovalev engaged in an aggressive attack on Mohammedi which knocked the challenger down. In the third round the chants for Kovalev began to ring out from the Las Vegas fans and the champion knocked down Nadjib again. This time the referee stopped the fight at 2:38. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         

  Roman, Zarate & Trainer Gonzales
Winners In Ontario
 
By Barbara Pinnella
Photos: Marlene Marquez

Coming to us from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, CA was the Thompson Boxing Promotions’ show, Locked ‘N Loaded. The vacant NABA Super Bantamweight title was on the line in the main event as Danny “The Baby Faced Assassin” Roman (15-2-1, 5 KOs) went up against Daniel “Chato” Noriega (27-10-1, 15 KOs). This fight was scheduled for 10 rounds. Click Here For Full Report
                                                                                                                         

  Beibut Shumenov Wins Cruiserweight
Title With Victory Over B.J. Flores
 
Photos: Suzanne Teresa - Premier Boxing Champions

Beibut Shumenov (16-2, 10 KOs) defeated B.J. Flores (31-2-1, 20 KOs) by unanimous decision Saturday night to win a cruiserweight world title on Premier Boxing Champions on NBCSN from the Pearl at Palms Casino Resort.

Shumenov came out aggressive early before using his movement late to earn a world title in a second division and become the first fighter from Kazakhstan to achieve that feat. Flores was competitive throughout the fight, countering effectively when Shumenov showed aggression while landing more power punches.
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  Quick Results From Florentine Gardens,
Hollywood, Ca. - UniMas
 
Photos: Chris Farina - Top Rank

Brian Viloria stops Omar Soto in 1st round.

Top Rank's newly-signed Guy Robb wins a 8-round unanimous decision over Edwin Solis.

Top Rank's newly-signed William Silva knocks out Adam Mate in 5th round.

Abner Lopez of Mexico wins a 6-round unanimous decision over Daniel Calzada.
                                                                                                                         

  Yenifel Vicente Stops Manuel De Los Reyes Herrera  
Ronson Frank’s Uprising Promotions returned to the Brooklyn Masonic Temple on Friday night, putting on another exciting night of boxing that was highlighted by four consecutive stoppages to close out the show. In the main event of the evening, featherweight Yenifel Vicente (27-3, 19 KOs) broke down Manuel de los Reyes Herrera (21-17-1, 15 KOs) over two rounds before finishing him off in the third frame. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  On This Day: July 26  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2003, Los Angeles, California:
Manny Pacquiao TKO'd Emmanuel Lucero in the 3rd round to retain the IBF Super Bantamweight Title.
Fernando Vargas TKO'd Fitz Vanderpool in the 6th round.
1998, Nagoya, Japan:
Satoshi Lida won a 12 round UD over Julio Gamboa to retain the WBA Super Flyweight Title.
Verona, New York:
Mark Johnson won a 12 round UD over Luis Rolon to retain the IBF Flyweight Title.
1997, Yokohoma, Japan:
Antonio Cermeno KO'd Yuichi Kasai in the 12th round to retain the WBA Super Bantamweight Title.
Stevie Johnston won a 12 round SD over Hiroyuki Sakamoto to retain the WBC Lightweight Title.
1987, Kwangju, Korea:
Chong Pal Park TKO'd Emmanuel Otti in the 4th round to retain the IBF Super Middleweight Title.
Houston, Texas:
Antonio Esparragoza KO'd Pascual Aranda in the 10th round to retain the WBA Featherweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
  Kovalev "Krushes" Mohammedi In 3, As Expected  
Photo: William Trillo

Sergey Kovalev (now 28-0-1, 25 KO's) retained the IBF, WBA and WBO Light Heavyweight Titles with a 3rd round blowout of Nadjib Mohammedi. With odds at 100-1 there really wasn't anything that was going to surprise you tonight. No disrespect to Mohammedi, but he's been stopped early before, against lighter and less devastating punchers. Kovalev landed a right hand to the head that staggered Mohammedi in round 2. Another right put him down for the first time in the fight. Mohammedi was up on 9, but on uneasy legs. Mohammedi would grab Kovalev which resulted in two awkward takedowns that ultimately led to him escaping the round. In round 3, Kovalev just remained poised, picking shots, then landed another right hand followed by a jab that send Mohammedi down for the second time. Mohammedi did not beat the 10 count and it was waived off at 2:38. Mohammedi drops to 39-4 with 24 KO's. After the fight, Kovalev said he is ready to fight anybody, including a rematch with Jean Pascal, fights with Yunieski Gonzalez, Andre Ward, or even, if he ever decides to grow a heart, Adonis Stevenson.

More To Come.

                                                                                                                         

  Despite Being A Great Action Fight, Pascal Gets Highway Robbery Decision Over Gonzalez  
Photo: William Trillo

Jean Pascal (now 30-3-1-1, 17 KO's) won an extremely, highly controversial unanimous decision over previously undefeated Yunieski Gonzalez. The fight was a war, with big bombs by both men, and it's sad that this type of decision will taint what was such a great fight, for both men. Pascal was rocked in the opening round and throughout, as Gonzalez threw knockout punches with every shot thrown. Gonzalez would tire down the stretch, allowing Pascal to have a few moments of his own, but it was too few compared to the train that was Gonzalez. Both men traded down the stretch, but it appeared that Gonzalez had this one in the bag, and despite appearing to lose the fight, Pascal had nothing to be ashamed of. However, the judges all scored the fight 96-84 in favor of Pascal as the entire Mandalay Bay audience erupted with booing. Gonzalez drops to 16-1 with 12 KO's.

More To Come.

                                                                                                                         

  Barrera Moves To 16-0  
Photo: William Trillo

On a portion of the non-televised Kovalev vs. Mohammedi undercard, Sullivan Barrera (now 16-0, 11 KO's) overcame a bad headbutt and cut over left eye to stop a very game Hakim Zoulikha (21-7, 10 KO's). Sullivan was hurt at times but prevailed in a very entertain slugfest. Fight was stopped at the 134 mark of round 8.
                                                                                                                         

  Mandalay Bay Undercard Results  
Heavyweight Rodney Hernandez (8-2-1, 1 KO) took a split decision over Brice Ritani Coe (4-4-1) in a six round bout that was short on highlights. Final scores read 58-56 in favor of Coe and 59-55 & 58-56 giving the nod to Hernandez.

Heavyweight Cassius Chaney (3-0, 2 KO) face planted Edward Ramirez (1-3, 1 KO) in round one bringing the bout to a quick stoppage at the 1:55 mark.

Super Lightweight Joel Diaz Jr (19-0,15 KO’s) had no problems with Alejandro Rodriguez (24-18-1,14 KO’s) as he dropped him three times before the bout was brought to a halt at the 39 second mark of round 4.

                                                                                                                         
  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Kovalev Favorite At Odds Up To 100 To 1
Pascal Favorite At 5-2
 
By Daniel Cloutier
If the French Nadjib Mohammedi causes a big upset in the ring of the Mandalay Bay Arena Saturday evening, if he surprises everybody in dethroning the Russian Sergey Kovalev as WBA, WBO and IBF light heavyweight champion of the world, his European fans who will take a bet in his favor in the Las Vegas sports book, will make a fortune. Some Las Vegas bookies established Kovalev (27-0-1) favorite by up t6o 100 to 1! Whether you are betting on boxing or betting on MMA odds like that don’t come around often. The Montrealer Jean Pascal (29-3-1) is favored by 5-2 against the promising Cuban fighter Yunieski Gonzalez (16-0-0).
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  Klitschko vs. Fury Press Conference  
A press conference was held this past Tuesday at the ESPRIT Arena to formally announce the highly anticipated World Heavyweight Championship between undisputed and long reigning champion Wladimir “Dr. Steelhammer” Klitschko and #1 ranked mandatory challenger Tyson Fury set for Saturday, October 24. The event will be televised in the U.S. live on HBO World Championship Boxing beginning at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT. Click Here For More
                                                                                                                         
  Weights From Las Vegas - HBO  
Photos: David Spagnolo - Main Events

Sergey Kovalev 174.5 vs. Nadjib Mohammedi 173
(WBA/IBF/WBO Light Heavyweight Title)

Jean Pascal 178 vs. Yunieski Gonzalez 177

Sullivan Barrera 174.5 vs. Hakim Zoulikha 175
Cassius Chaney 238.5 vs. Edward Ramirez 233
Rodney Hernandez 239 vs. Brice Ritani-Coe 252.5
Joel Diaz 140.5 vs. Alejandro Rodriguez 140.5

Venue: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Promoter: Main Events

                                                                                                                         

  Weights From Hollywood, Ca.  
Photos: Chris Farina - Top Rank

Brian Viloria 112.8 vs. Omar Soto 114.4
Guy Robb 126.2 vs. Edwin Solis 126
William Silva 136.2 vs. Adam Mate 135.4
Abner Lopez 146.8 vs. Daniel Calzada 147
Arnold Barboza 145.6 vs. Lionel Jimenez 149.2
Ryan Bourland 174.4 vs. Israel Duffus 175
Thomas Noel 156.8 vs. Brian Flores 155.4

Venue: Florentine Gardens, Hollywood, California
Promoter: Top Rank

                                                                                                                         

  Weights From Las Vegas - NBCSN  
Photos: Suzanne Teresa - Premier Boxing Champions

Beibut Shumenov 199.4 vs. B.J. Flores 199.6
(WBA Interim Cruiserweight Title)
Jordan Shimmell 198.8 vs. Isiah Thomas 198.4
Rico Ramos 126.2 vs. Claudio Marrero 127.8
Andrew Tabiti 196.4 vs. Roberto Santos 204.4
Michael Hunter 200.2 vs. Michael Bissett 193.4
Ladarius Miller 140.8 vs. Kevin Womack Jr. 140.8

Venue: Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas
Promoter: Mayweather Promotions

                                                                                                                         

  On This Day: July 25  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2003, Mashantucket, Connecticut:
Scott Pemberton won a 12 round SD over Omar Sheika to win the Vacant NABF Super Middleweight Title.
1995, St Jean de Luz, France:
Marcelo Dominguez TKO'd Akim Tafer in the 9th round to win the WBC Cruiserweight Title.
1994, Inglewood, California:
Verno Phillips TKO'd Jaime Llanes in the 7th round to retain the WBO Light Middleweight Title.
1993, Kyongju, Korea:
Myung Woo Yuh won a 12 round UD over Yuichi Hosono to retain the WBA Light Flyweight Title.
1992, Manchester, England:
Tyrone Booze KO'd Derek Angol in the 7th round to win the Vacant WBO Cruiserweight Title.
Manning Galloway won a 12 round UD over Pat Barrett to retain the WBO Welterweight Title.
1987, Miami, Florida:
Miguel Lora KO'd Antonio Avelar in the 4th round to retain the WBC Bantamweight Title.
1902, San Francisco, California:
James J. Jeffries KO'd Bob Fitzsimmons in the 8th round to retain the World Heavyweight Title.

                                                                                                                         
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  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Kovalev Does Not Hide His Great Ambitions
 
By Daniel Cloutier
The WBA, WBO and IBF light heavyweight champion of the world, the Russian Sergey Kovalev, has always been hungry of success in his boxing career. But he is clearly hungrier now. Saturday evening in the ring of the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Kovalev (27-0-1) will proceed to the second defense of his triple crowns, in facing his IBF mandatory challenger, the French Nadjib Mohammedi (37-3-0).
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  Kovalev vs. Mohammedi Final Press Conference  
Photos: David Spagnolo - Main Events

Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev: "Thank you to WBO. This was my first belt and mean a lot to me. Thank you for this ring."

"Thank you for everybody that came here today. Thank you Kathy Duva my promoter, Egis Klimas my manager and Nadjib Mohammedi. I want to show this Saturday who I am. I would like to still be champion as long time as possible. I did not get all my goals in my career yet. My amateur career I didn't give me a lot of opportunities. I was hurt in amateur career and I had to try not to closed doors. Some of my dreams in the boxing and my goals not finished. For my dreams, my goals this Saturday is the next step in my career."

Nadjib "IronDjib" Mohammedi:
"I am very excited and happy. Thank you Sergey Kovalev, Main Events and HBO. I have hard work in my training camp for this fight. I am very happy. I promise Saturday a good fight. I am ready. Thank you very much."

                                                                                                                         

 

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