05 Jun 2019

Jose Ramirez vs Maurice Hooker looking to land on July 27th in Texas

WBC super lightweight world champion Jose Ramirez appears to be heading on the road July 27th as he will look to unify with WBO super lightweight world champion Maurice Hooker, in Hooker’s hometown of Arlington, Texas (Hooker trains in Dallas). The story which was reported by Mike Coppinger, explains that

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31 May 2019

Anthony Joshua, Andy Ruiz make weight, Ruiz heaviest of career since 2012

The WBO, WBA and IBF world heavyweight title fight between the champion, Anthony Joshua, and six-week replacement opponent, Andy Ruiz Jr. is now official. The biggest takeaway was Ruiz Jr.’s weight which was the highest it has been since 2012 when he fought Homero Fonseca. Ruiz weighed 268 lbs, which

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30 May 2019

Oscar Valdez vs Jason Sanchez undercard in place for Reno, Nevada card

Oscar Valdez will look to make the sixth defense of his WBO featherweight title as he faces Jason Sanchez in the main event of a Top Rank card taking place July 8th in Reno, Nevada, at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, and broadcast worldwide on ESPN. The co-main event features bluechip

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28 May 2019

Willie Monroe Jr. faces Hugo Centeno Jr on Saturday in San Jacinto

Willie Monroe Jr. hasn’t ever seemed to catch a break. A seemingly lifelong underdog despite having a highly decorated amateur record of 128-14 with 72 of his wins coming by way of knockout. Monroe, the nephew of Willie “The Worm” Monroe, who beat Marvin Hagler, joined the family business in

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27 May 2019

Daniyar Yeleussinov moved off GGG card over choice words of Golovkin [rumor]

Daniyar Yeleussinov, the 2012 and 2016 Kazakh Olympian Daniyar Yeleussinov, who won a gold medal in 2016, might have learned a lesson in choosing his words better after this past weekend. Yeleussinov was set to fight on Gennady Golovkin’s return against Steve Rolls on June 8th in New York, but

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25 May 2019

Bay Area fighters in action in Mexico, TONIGHT

A slew of Northern California fighters will be in action in Mexico tonight in Tijuana, Mexico as women’s bantamweight Dalia Gomez of Oakland, Ca by way of Oxnard, Ca, Lennard Davis of Oakland, Ca, and Vincent Avina of Manteca, Ca hit the ring tonight. The bouts will more than likely

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24 May 2019

Jose Pedraza looks to do what Felix Verdejo couldn’t, tomorrow on ESPN

2008 Puerto Rican Olympian and two-division world champion Jose Pedraza seem to have been in the shadow of 2012 Puerto Rican Olympian Felix Verdejo, for his whole career, but this Saturday in Florida, Pedraza looks to add a bit more distance between himself and fellow countryman, Verdejo. Pedraza is fighting

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23 May 2019

Devin Haney debuts on DAZN on Saturday

Devin Haney is one of those special fighters that don’t come around often. We have a few of them right now, but no need to list them in this piece. Haney is a young, 20-year-old, beating up most people he spars in the gym with clips of these beatdowns ending

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15 May 2019

Andy Vences vs. Albert Bell set for June 8th in Reno, Nevada

One of the marquee fights ahead of the June 8th stacked card from Reno, Nevada topped by WBO featherweight world champion Oscar Valdez versus Jason Sanchez has added some more Northern California talent to the bouts taking place at the Reno Convention Center. Though it was announced last week that

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15 May 2019

Deontay Wilder, and when do words go too far to sell a fight?

Deontay Wilder essentially brought to light a philosophical question in terms of boxing viewership with his recent comments linked below – that made the viewer of boxing have to question; how much violence in boxing is too much? For those that didn’t see Wilder’s media workout at Gleason’s Gym in

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