18 Aug 2016

U.S Olympic Update: Shakur Stevenson is the finals!!!!

It's official! @ShakurStevenson is headed to the FINALS after a walkover by Vladimir Nikitin! ?? pic.twitter.com/qSfPp1RcYO — USA Boxing (@USABoxing) August 18, 2016 Bantamweight Shakur Stevenson is now in the finals after shamed boxer, Vladimir Nikitin of Russia pulled out of the Olympics due to injury. Nikitin, who most feel lost

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17 Aug 2016

Mike Reed returns October 14 in Philly

Top junior welterweight Mike “Yes Indeed” Reed (19-0 11KOs) is returning to the ring on Friday, October 14th in Philadelphia, PA at the 2300 Arena. At the time of this release, Reed has no opponent. Reed is a top prospect signed to Top Rank Inc, who is from the Washington

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17 Aug 2016

Alexander Povetkin-Bermane Stiverne ordered by WBC

The WBC champion may be out of the ring for the time being with a hand injury Deontay Wilder is expected until next year. The WBC has ordered an interim bout between Alexander Povetkin and Bermane Stiverne with the winner facing Wilder next year.   Povetkin was suppose to fight Deontay

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17 Aug 2016

New podcast: Live Dogs – Lukie Complains

In this episode, Lukie losses it over fans not being patriotic over United States boxers, internet boxing fans being the worst, the ShoBox card as well as Errol Spence Jr. You can directly download the show here You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Google Play

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17 Aug 2016

Claressa Shields third American to medal

Women’s middleweight Claressa Shields picked up a victory today to help USA Boxing pick up it’s third medal for team USA. Shields, who was less mobile then the 2012 Olympic Games still easily defeated Yaroslava Yakushina of Russia, but appeared to be more content to sit on her back foot and

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17 Aug 2016

AIBA letting go dreadful Olympic judges

The AIBA has announced that the referees and officials of dreadful decisions and scorecards are being taken out of the event. AIBA issued a statement below Since the beginning of the Olympic Games, AIBA has conducted 239 bouts. The AIBA R&J Commission has reviewed all decisions and determined that less

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17 Aug 2016

Fury-Klitschko in jeopardy, Klitschko taking legal action

pic.twitter.com/WMFTX7zbkx — Klitschko (@Klitschko) August 17, 2016 Well, the October 29th match between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko might not happen as Klitschko took to social media to explain that his headed to court to make the bout happen as Fury is changing demands that are already signed to. The

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16 Aug 2016

U.S. Olympic Update: Stevenson medals, Russell loses close bout

Shakur Stevenson became the second member of TEAM USA boxing to win a medal as he defeated Erdenebat Tsendbaatar in the bantamweight quarterfinals. Stevenson becomes the second member of Team USA to gain a medal as Nico Hernandez gained a bronze last week. Shakur Stevenson meets Vladimir Nikitin in the semi-finals

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15 Aug 2016

Robert Guerrero training camp notes for August 27th

Former multiple division world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (33-4-1, 18 KOs)will bring his exciting style to the ring as he look to put on a show when he he headlines Premier Boxing Champions on Spike against Argentine slugger David Emanuel Peralta (25-2-1, 14 KOs) Saturday, August 27 from Honda

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15 Aug 2016

U.S. Olympic Results: Mayer falls one fight short of medal

In the afternoon outing of bouts, lightweight Anastasia Belyakova of Russia was put to the test as she had to give her all to best Mikaela Mayer of United States. Belyakova was more aggressive and had the higher volume, but Mayer landed the cleaner straight punches, which seemed to frustrate many

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