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  Weights From Bethlehem, PA - FS1  
Mario Barrios 140.9 vs Naim Nelson 140.8
Earl Newman 178 vs Paul Parker 177.5
Thomas Velasquez 131.1 vs Tyrome Jones 132.1
Juan Sanchez 124.9 vs Gorwar Karyah 125.8
Ryan Wilczak 154.3 vs Devin Mcmaster 152.9
Antonio Russell 117.8 vs Cristian Renteria 120.2
Jeffrey Torres 140.4 vs Latorie Woodberry 141.8
Antuanne Russell 138.5 vs Jesus Lule 139.7

Promoter: King’s Promotions
TV: FS1 & FOX Deportes
Venue: Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania


  Top Rank To Donate 500 Tickets To Friday's
Tucson Boxing Event To "Dreamers"
 
In support of the thousands of young immigrants that could be affected by the termination the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, boxing promotional company, Top Rank®, led by Hall-of-Fame promoter Bob Arum, will donate 500 tickets to “Dreamers” in Arizona to attend the September 22 world championship event headlined by unbeaten Mexican world champions ÓSCAR VALDEZ and GILBERTO "Zurdo" RAMIREZ. Valdez and Ramirez are considered by many experts as the future of the boxing rich country of Mexico, and they will defend their respective featherweight and super middleweight world titles in action-packed bouts.
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  Jose Roman Defends 10-Fight Winning
Streak Friday Night In Ontario, CA
 
In Thompson Boxing Promotions' "New Blood" main event, junior welterweight Jose Roman (24-1-1, 16 KOs) of Garden Grove, Calif. puts his 10-fight winning streak on the line against Wilberth Lopez (18-8, 13 KOs) of Tucson, Ariz. in a bout scheduled for 8-rounds.

The five-bout show takes place on Friday, Sept. 22 from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, Calif.
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  Yildirim’s Coach: "I Am The Colonel, He Is My Rambo"  
Coach Ahmet Öner is ready to send his boxer Avni Yildirim (16-0, 10 KOs) into war against Chris Eubank Jr. (25-1, 19 KOs) on October 7 at the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle in Stuttgart, Germany.

“Our relationship is like a colonel and a soldier,” said Ahmet Öner. “Sometimes I call him John Rambo, and I am Colonel Trautman. He is my Rambo, I made him and I am very happy with what I’ve made.”
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  On This Day: Sept 19  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 1998, Oberhausen, Germany:
Dariusz Michaelczewski KO'd Mark Prince in the 8th round to retain the WBO Light Heavyweight Title.
Wlad Klitschko KO'd Steve Pannell in the 2nd round.
Ricky Hatton KO'd Pascal Montulet in the 2nd round.
Atlanta, Georgia:
Evander Holyfield won a 12 round UD over Vaughn Bean to Retain the WBA and IBF Heavyweight Title.
Robert Allen TKO'd Abdullah Ramadan in the 1st round to win the IBF (Interim) Middleweight Title.
John Ruiz TKO'd Jerry Ballard in the 4th round.
1993, Bangkok, Thailand:
Ricardo Lopez TKO'd Toto Pongsawang in the 11th round to retain the WBC Minimumweight Title.
1992, Glasgow, Scotland:
Chris Eubank won a 12 round UD over Tony Thornton to retain the WBO Super Middleweight Title.
Pat Clinton won a 12 round UD over Danny Porter to retain the WBO Flyweight Title.

  Billy’s Boxing Blog
Who’s Shortsighted?
 
By William Trillo
Photos by Al Applerose

Golden Boy brass admonished the media in attendance at the GGG vs Canelo post fight press telling them that if they didn’t write about the excellent performances of both fighters but instead only focused on the abysmal score rendered, it would be very shortsighted.

Unfortunately for the promoter by the time he uttered those words the internet was ablaze with negative reaction to not only that horrific score but social media was inundated with boxing fan commentary that made it clear they thought Gennady Golovkin was the victim of Las Vegas robbery at its best. In the eyes of the majority of the fans Golovkin won that battle hands down.
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  Williams Retains Title With Win Over Rodriguez  
Jimmy Williams celebrated two major milestones in style Saturday, retaining his World Boxing Council U.S. Boxing Council (WBC USNBC) welterweight title for the second time in less than three weeks at Twin River Casino.

Stepping up for one more title defense after knocking out Issouf Kinda in August, Williams (15-0-1) returned Saturday on his birthday in the headliner of CES Boxing’s 12-fight card at Twin River and remained unbeaten, defeating game challenger Juan Rodriguez Jr. (13-5) of New Jersey by unanimous decision, 98-91, 97-92, 96-93.
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  On This Day: Sept 18  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2004, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Bernard Hopkins KO'd Oscar De La Hoya in the 9th round to retain the WBC, WBA, and IBF Middleweight Titles and win the WBO Middleweight Title.
Juan Manuel Marquez won a 12 round UD over Orlando Salido to retain the WBA and IBF Featherweight Titles.
Kofi Jantuah KO'd Marco Antonio Rubio in the 1st round of a WBO Light Middleweight Title Eliminator.
Kelly Pavlik KO'd Carlton Holland.
Almazbek Raiymkulov TKO'd Jose Luis Karass in the 2nd round.
1999, Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas:
Felix Trinidad won a 12 round MD over Oscar De La Hoya to unify the IBF and WBC Welterweight Titles.
Johnny Nelson won a 12 round UD over Sione Asipeli to retain the WBO Cruiserweight Title.
Vasiliy Jirov KO'd Dale Brown in the 10th round to retain the IBF Cruiserweight Title.
1998, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Yory Boy Campas TKO'd Larry Barnes in the 3rd round to retain the IBF Light Middleweight Title.
Oscar De La Hoya TKO'd Julio Cesar Chavez in the 8th round to retain the WBC Welterweight Title.

  Braehmer & Brant Ready For
Ali Trophy Clash In Historic Schwerin
 
Juergen Braehmer (48-3, 35 KOs) and Robert Brant (22-0, 15 KOs) meet in the ring on Friday October 27 when the World Boxing Super Series’ super middleweight division and the quest for the Ali Trophy illuminate the Kongresshalle in Schwerin, Germany.
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  Mario Barrios Training Camp Quotes  
Unbeaten rising contender Mario Barrios shared his thoughts on training camp and more as he nears his showdown against Naim Nelson that headlines Premier Boxing Champions TOE-TO-TOE TUESDAYS on FS1 and BOXEO DE CAMPEONES on FOX Deportes Tuesday, September 19 from Sands Bethlehem Events Center in Bethlehem, Pa.
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  On This Day: Sept 17  
By "BC" Bob Witt
ON THIS DAY IN 2000, Detroit, Michigan:
Steve Forbes won a 12 round UD over David Santos to win the USBA Super Featherweight Title.
St Louis, Missouri:
Cory Spinks TKO'd Jorge Vaca in the 7th round to win the WBO NABO Welterweight Title.
1999, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand:
Medgoen Singsurat KO'd Manny Pacquiao to win the WBC Flyweight Title.
1995, Nongthaburi, Thailand:
Veeraphol Sahaprom won a 12 round SD over Daorung Chuvatana to win the WBA Bantamweight Title.
1994, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada:
Ricardo Lopez TKO'd Surachai Saengmorakot in the 1st round to retain the WBC Minimumweight Title.
Vincent Pettway KO'd Gianfranco Rosi in the 4th round to win the IBF Light Middleweight Title.
Gabe Ruelas won a 12 round UD over Jesse James Leija to win the WBC Super Featherweight Title.
Julio Cesar Chavez TKO'd Meldrick Taylor in the 8th round to retain the WBC Light Welterweight Title.
Frankie Randall won a 12 round UD over Juan Martin Coggi to win the WBA Light Welterweight Title.
Felix Trinidad TKO'd Luis Ramon Campas in the 4th round to retain the IBF Welterweight Title.

  Tainted Draw For GGG vs. Canelo  
By William Trillo
Photos: Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

Saul Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KO’s) came into the ring to deafening cheers that showed he was the favorite of the fans in attendance. The same man left the ring to boo’s that darn near knocked the house down. Meanwhile his foe Gennady Golovkin (37-0, 33 KO’s) entered the ring the villain, and when it was over it was clear the fans applauded him for his gutty performance. They saw what you and I saw. Another in the long line of some pretty inept judging. Ya'll just might as well write your scorecards before the fight...or did you?

118-110 for Canelo?

The fight was damn close so when you see scores like this rendered it just gives you no other choice than to assume there is some real stinky business afoot.
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Golovkin vs. Canelo Official Scorecards

 

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  Diazzz Defeats Rivera  
By William Trillo
Photos: Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

There’s just something about the semi-main event of a big PPV card in Las Vegas that seems to always have snoozer written all over it. Such was the case for Featherweight Joseph Diaz (25-0, 13 KO’s) who took on last minute substitute Rafael Rivera (25-1-2, 16 KO’s) in a battle almost no one in the house paid attention to.
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  De La Hoya Glazes Caballero  
By William Trillo
Photos: Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

Super bantamweight Randy Caballero (24-1, 14 KO’s) talked a big game before his battle with Diego De La Hoya (20-0, 9 KO’s) but he didn’t perform as well as his mouth and was unceremoniously beaten by a wide unanimous decision.

De La Hoya took control from the start using his size advantage to keep Caballero off rhythm for almost the entire 10 rounds. By round three Caballero had developed a mouse under his left eye and DLH was quick to target it for the rest of the night.
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  Martin No Blue Chip With Sketchy Split Decision Nod  
By William Trillo
Photo: Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos/Golden Boy

Lightweight Ryan Martin (20-0, 11 KO’s) was given a gift in the PPV opener with a split decision nod over Francisco Rojo(20-3, 12 KO’s). All you had to do was listen to the roar of boo’s when the decision was announced to know Martin did not deserve this fight.
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  Canelo vs. Golovkin Off-TV Results
From T-Mobile Las Vegas
 
By William Trillo
Super lightweight Vergil Ortiz (7-0, 7 KO’s) didn’t buy into the serious amount of smack that Cesar Valenzuela (7-2, 2 KO’s) was running at the weigh-in. Keeping his undefeated record intact Ortiz not only remains undefeated but keeps his KO ratio at a stellar 100%. Two vicious body shots put Valenzuela down in round two with the ref waving it off at 1:22 of round 2.

“I just do what my coaches tell me to do,” said Ortiz. “They knew how this fight was going to end, and kept reminding me to go towards the body. I’m super happy to get the win, and this is just another fight on the way.”
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  Billy’s Boxing Blog
Supremacy Thoughts
For What It’s Worth
 
By William Trillo
Photos: Marlene Marquez

The time is finally here. It’s the biggest fight to come around the bend in many moons. No doubt it’s going to live up to the hype. With fighters the likes of GGG and Canelo it’s a given, this one will be spectacular. You can take that to the bank.

From arm chair boxing fan to seasoned journalists the common theme all along seems to center on GGG’s last two fights and the fact that maybe Golovkin has peaked and is now on the downside of his illustrious career. The speculation on that topic has gone so far as to suggest that this so called erosion is the only reason Canelo finally took the fight. Of course that would suggest that his promoter Golden Boy has bought into the Golovkin demise themselves.
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  Rojas Es Mas Macho; 30 Second KO For Garcia  
By William Trillo
Photos: Marlene Marquez

Featherweight Claudio Marrero (22-2, 16 KO’s) got caught up in a street fight with Jesus M Rojas (26-1-2, 19 KO’s) and it bit him right on his hind end. As per usual Rojas was using less than The Marques of Queenbury rules. With low blows, elbows and rabbit punches he was getting under the skin of Marrero.
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  Lomachenko vs. Rigondeaux Official For Dec. 9  

Olympic Gold Medalists and "Pound4Pound" two of the best fighters in the world will collide when WBO Super Featherweight Champion Vasyl Lomachenko (9-1- 7 KO's) defends his title against WBA Super World Super Bantamweight Champion Guillermo Rigondeaux (17-0, 11 KO's) on Dec. 9 at Madison Square Garden New York.


 

Saunders vs. Monroe Jr. Live Stream
Today At 5:30PM ET / 2:30 PM PT

 
Watch the OFFICIAL LIVE STREAM of Saturday's WBO World Middleweight title bout between undefeated champion Billy Joe Saunders and number-2 ranked Willie Monroe, Jr. beginning at 5:30 PM ET / 2:30 PM PT, with the Saunders - Monroe Jr. fight beginning at 6:30 PM ET.



  Weights From London  
Billy Joe Saunders 160 vs. Willie Monroe Jr. 160
(WBO World Middleweight Championship)

Venue: Copper Box, London
Promoter: Frank Warren


  Weights From Liverpool - World Boxing Super Series  
Callum Smith 167.5 vs. Erik Skoglund 167.5
(WBSS Super Middleweight Quarter-Final)

Venue: Echo Arena, Liverpool, England
Promoter: Matchroom, Team Sauerland


  Niall Kennedy Wins Controversial Decision
Versus Defending Champion Alexis Santos
 
Undefeated Irishman Niall "Boom Boom" Kennedy won a controversial 10-round split decision versus defending champion Alexis Santos to capture the New England heavyweight championship in last night's (Saturday) main event of Broadway Boxing held in Fox Theater, at Foxwoods Resort Casino, in Mashantucket, CT.
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  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.

  Weights From Las Vegas - HBO PPV  
Photos: Marlene Marquez

Gennady Golovkin 160 vs. Canelo Alvarez 160
(WBC/WBA/IBF Middleweight Titles)


Joseph Diaz Jr. 126 vs. Rafael Rivera 127*
*Rivera one pound over, has one hour to lose it
Diego De La Hoya 122 vs. Randy Caballero 121
Ryan Martin 135 vs. Francisco Rojo 135.5*
*Rojo a half-pound over, has one hour to lose it

Non-PPV Bouts
Serhii Bohachuk 150 vs. Joan Jose Valenzuela 154.5
Vergil Ortiz 140 vs. Cesar Valenzuela 140
Marlen Esparza 111.5 vs. Aracely Palacios 110
Nicola Adams 115 vs. Alexandra Vlajk 114.5

Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
Promoter: Golden Boy


  Billy's Boxing Blog
Fortune Telling Elvis Says...
Age Before Beauty!
 
By William Trillo
With the biggest fight weekend of 2017 upon us I felt it was my duty to get to the boxing Capital of the world, Las Vegas, as early in the week as possible.

OK.......truth be told I just wanted to get the heck out of dodge, and the sooner the better. So with a hearty Hi Ho I jumped in my ride and hit Interstate 15 and set the GPS for Sin City.

As per usual I made my usual midpoint stop at Peggy Sue's Diner in Yermo and along with a fountain shop made Cherry Coke there was the obligatory check in with Elvis The Soothsayer. Could the King have some insight on this weekends huge 160 pound Championship battle?
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  Cloutier's Canada Corner
Lemieux Believes Golovkin Will Stop Alvarez
 
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL – Ranked second contender by the WBO in the middleweight division, third by the WBC and fourth by the WBA and the IBF, the Montrealer David Lemieux has the conviction that Gennady Golovkin will beat Saul Canelo Alvarez Saturday evening in Las Vegas. Golovkin (37-0-0), a fighter from Kazakhstan, and Alvarez (49-1-1), a boxer from Mexico, are both ranked among the 10 best fighters pound for pound in the world. This WBC, WBA and IBF middleweight championship of the world, considered as the fight of the year on the international boxing scene, will be presented at the T-Mobile Arena.
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Canelo vs. Golovkin Official Weigh-In Live Stream Today At 3:30pm ET/12:30pm PT

 


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