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A 10-round WBC super lightweight title eliminator between top 140-pound prospect Amir “Young Master” Imam (17-0, 14 KOs) and former world title challenger Fernando “”La Fiera” Angulo (29-9, 16 KOs) have beenadded Showtime’s telecast on July 18 headlined by Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (48-2-1, 32 KOs) vs. Marcos Reyes (33-2, 24 KOs).
Venue: Los Angeles Sports Arena TV: HBO Latino Start Time: 11PM EST/8PM PST Mauricio Herrera 139.4 vs. Hank Lundy 139 Michael Perez 134.4 vs. Luis Sanchez 133.4 Joseph Diaz 125.6 vs. Rene Alvarado 125.8 Jason Quigley 161.6 vs. Tom Howard 159.4 Nicolas Arce 128.2 vs. Ricardo Alvarado 130.4 Jesus Delgado
Venue: USF Sun Dome Network: ESPN Start Time: 9PM EST/6PM PST Keith Thurman 146.2 vs. Luis Collazo 147 (WBA “regular” welterweight title) Tony Harrison 153.8 vs. Willie Nelson 154.6 Edner Cherry 132 vs. Luis Cruz 132.8 Anthony Peterson 138 vs. Ramesis Gil 137.4 Patryk Szymanski 155.6 vs. Maurice Louishomme 154.6 Antonio
Jay Z once said “…this can’t be life.” Those immortal words are never more true when word hit the boxing streets that Shane Mosley will face Ricardo Mayorga as both are well past their best years as they will do battle August 29th in Los Angeles, CA at 154
At the final press conference for Premier Boxing Champions debut on ESPN this Saturday in which welterweights Keith Thurman vs. Luis Collazo, it was the co-main event that stole the show. Tony Harrison brought his larger than life persona to the podium as he vocally critiqued Willie Nelson’s demeanor which
Jessie Vargas is not happy with the decision for his fight with Tim Bradley being ruled a loss and is seeking for it to be overturned to a no contest because the referee, Pat Russell, mistakenly ended the fight seven seconds early thinking he heard the final bell, which was
Adrien ” The Problem” Broner once again is in the headlines and it’s not for a very good reason. A video where Broner claims a woman gave him crabs, which caused him to scratch constantly through the night during one of his training camps is coming back to haunt him.
At the media day for Mauricio Herrera vs. Hank Lundy, Lundy got heated towards Herrera eventually pushing his Herrera which caused quite the hubbub. Lundy who insulted Herrera saying he indulged in alcoholic beverages prior to the camp and was struggling to make the weight limit for the fight spoke