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Boxing returns to San Mateo, Ca on August 24th as San Francisco, Ca’s Willie Shaw looks to avenge his lone career loss at the venue it happened at facing Jose Maruffo in a super lightweight, eight-round bout. The bout will be a direct rematch of the close first bout in
Former two-division world champion Amir Khan (36-5, 21 KOs) scored a fourth-round KO over former IBF featherweight champion Billy “The Kid” Dib (45-6, 26 KOs) in a bout contested at welterweight on Friday night at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah Saudi Arabia, in one of the weirdest speciality
Shakur Stevenson is the boogeyman without a belt. Shakur Stevenson looks and plays the part of one of these once-in-a-generation type fighters, and now he is not just living up to the billing, other fighters are proving it. You might ask how? Well, they won’t fight him, that is without
Former Olympic gold medalist and now two-time WBA middleweight world champion, Ryota Murata (15-2 12KOs) stopped Rob Brant (25-2 17KOs) in two rounds, with the stoppage coming at 2:34 of the aforementioned second round at the EDION Arena in Osaka, Japan. Murata landed great body shots early which set-up his
Manny Pacquiao is already a legend of boxing, a senator and ambassador of the Philippines as well as just a force of nature for boxing in the 21st century. Unless you have hatred in your blood it is hard not to give Manny Pacquiao props. Pacquiao is returning for his
Giovanni Mioletti of the Chicago area is the best unknown 130 lber, and potentially the best-unheralded fighter out there, which could change after this Friday at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Washington, broadcast live on Showtime as part of ShoBox: The Next Generation. Giovanni Mioletti might not be a
The pride of Fairfield, California, Manuel “Tino” Avila (23-1-1 8KOs) looks to make a statement heading into his upcoming July 13th bout against blue-chip prospect Joet Gonzalez (22-0 13KOs), which will take place at the Dignity Health Sports Center in Carson, CA, broadcast nationwide on the streaming service platform, DAZN.
Keith Thurman is ready and gives no F’s. “I trained for my last fight at L.A. Fitness by myself…” said Keith Thurman, at the initial press conference to announce his July 20th clash with future hall-of-famer Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, seen worldwide on pay-per-view.