21 Jun 2015

Andre Ward destroys Paul Smith in hometown return

Oakland, CA – Andre Ward (28-0 15KOs) returned after a nearly two year layoff to destroy Paul Smith forcing Smith’s trainer, Joe Gallagher, to the throw in and cause a halt to the action in the ninth round.   The fight was utter dominance as the natural southpaw ward fought

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20 Jun 2015

Porter hands Broner his second loss

Shawn Porter decisioned a sloppy Adrien Broner earlier tonight to a 12th round fight for the “Battle of Ohio”. Broner, who looked very bad in the fight, constantly holding and having a point deducted late in the fight, suffers his second loss, the first at the hands of Marcos Maidana

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13 Jun 2015

Walters decisions Marriaga in HBO main event

In a very technical fight that saw both men engage in spurts it was Nicholas Walters who got the better of the exchanges in the end as he cruised to a somewhat dominate decision to remaining fans in New York City, New York that stayed for the fight. The fight

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13 Jun 2015

Verdejo dominates in HBO debut

130 lbs Puerto Rican super star Felix Verdejo (18-0 13KOs) dominated tough Ivan Najera (16-1 8 KOs) as he showed why he might just be the future of boxing. Verdejo showed impressive combination punches as he dominated each and every round of the fight , but most notable was a

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13 Jun 2015

Mike Reed decisions Luis Gonzalez in one sided win

Maryland’s own, Mike “Yes Indeed” Reed scored his 15th professional win tonight when he defeated Puerto Rico’s Luis Gonzalez by unanimous decision in an 8 round bout. Reed, throughout the fight stalked Gonzalez and laid the pressure, backing Gonzalez up the whole fight. For the first 3 rounds Gonzalez seemed

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12 Jun 2015

Lara decisions Rodriguez, Beterbiev continues KO streak

WBA super welterweight champion Erislandy Lara (21-2-2, 12 KOs) defended his belt with a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over Delvin Rodriguez (28-8-4, 16 KOs) on Friday night at the UCI Pavilion in Chicago. The fight though was still a bit of a let down since Miguel Cotto, a smaller

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06 Jun 2015

Miguel Cotto stops Daniel Geale in four rounds

Lineal middleweight champion Miguel Cotto easily defeated Daniel Geale in front of a full arena at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY as he finished Geale by way of fourth round knockout. Cotto landed a thudding left hook that buckled Geale early in the fight and appeared to have the

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26 May 2015

GERVONTA “TANK” DAVIS WINS BY FIRST ROUND KNOCKOUT IN ATLANTIC CITY, REMAINS UNDEFEATED

On Friday night, May 22, 2015, undefeated professional boxer, Gervonta “Tank” Davis needed just one minute and fifteen seconds to defeat Mexico’s Alberto “Ironman” Mora by TKO at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The fight was scheduled for eight rounds, but Davis landed an uppercut just a

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23 May 2015

Edwin Rodriguez stops Craig Baker in odd fashion

Edwin Rodriguez’s light heavyweight debut is off to a weird start as he stopped Craig Baker in an odd fashion on the co-main event of the PBC on NBC broadcast from Boston, Mass. In a one sided affair, Rodriguez had Baker against the ropes only to witness a bizarre event

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23 May 2015

James DeGale defeats Andre Dirrell to win first world title

James DeGale became the first man to become an Olympic gold medalist as well as a world champion as he defeated Andre Dirrell in Boston, Mass to become the IBF super middleweight champion. DeGale who floored Dirrell in the second round twice and nearly ended the fight early, but appeared

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