WYATT PRESENTS: FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHTS SERIES! CINCINNATI (January 9TH, 2018) – Live professional boxing heats up this Winter with a new Friday night fight series , located at the Radisson Hotel in Covington, KY, February 2nd, 2018. Be prepared for an action-packed night of boxing presented by Wyatt Promotions.
There’s a showdown in the super lightweight division tomorrow night in the Barclays center, in Brooklyn NY, between Adrien Broner and Mikey Garcia. Tune into Showtime tomorrow night for Championship Boxing. Here are the weights: Adrien Broner 138.75lbs vs. Mikey Garcia 139.5lbs (WBC diamond super lightweight belt) *photo
If you are familiar with the rich history of boxing in Cincinnati, Ohio, then you know the water is deep with talent. Cincinnati has remained a spotlight for talented fighters, who have to battle in life to compete in the ring, then skyrocket to superstardom. When you hear boxing in
The Light-Heavyweight bout between Browne and Williams Jr. was full of controversy, knock downs, but ultimately ended in a knock out. In round one Browne knocked Williams down, and while he was going down Browne hit Williams an additional time, resulting in him losing a point. Williams was knocked down
Cincinnati fighter Desmond Jarmon fighting under “About Billions” promotions, started the the Broner vs Granados card off with a bang. Tonight was Jarmon’s pro debut, and he came out in spectacular fashion, with a 29 second KO victory over Lucas Burger.
21 -year-old, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Claressa Shields is set to make history again, in only her second pro bout. Shields (1-0, 0 KOs) will be facing Szilvia Szabados (15-8, 6 KOs). The six-round Middleweight bout will be televised March 10 as the main event to Showtime’s “ShoBox: The New Generation”
-Cincinnati, Ohio On Wednesday February 1st, Dohn High school in conjunction with the Oasis Elite Boxing Gym, held a youth forum to address the violence in the community. Oasis Elite Boxing Gym is owned by local four-division champion boxer Adrien Broner, and R&R promotions’ Andrew Williams. Broner’s boxing gym is
Davis defeated IBF World Champion Jose Pedraza by TKO in Round 7 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, U.S.A. – On Saturday night, January 14, 2017, undefeated professional boxer, Gervonta “Tank” Davis (Baltimore, Maryland) won his first world title by defeating IBF World Super Featherweight
Former four-division World Champion Adrien Broner( 32-2, 24 KOs)returns to the ring, Saturday February 18th, against hard-hitting Adrian Granados(18-4-2, 12 KO’s). The bout will be televised live on SHOWTIME Championship Boxing from Cincinnati, Ohio’s Cintas Center at Xavier University. Televised coverage on SHOWTIME will begin at 9 p.m. ET/ 6
*Due to scheduling conflicts with the Regional Silver Gloves tournament, the grand opening, and fight card has been postponed by one week. The new date is Saturday, January 21st, 2017. The times and ticket information remain the same. Please come out to support* January 14th, 2017 marks the Grand opening