08 Dec 2018

UPSET! NAVARRETE DEFEATS DOGBOE TO WIN WBO WORLD TITLE

Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (25-1, 22 KOs) outboxed and to some extent outclassed former WBO junior featherweight champion Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe (20-0, 14 KOs) taking a twelve round unanimous decision on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Navarrete had an obvious height advantage

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10 Jul 2018

Jose Uzcategui now IBF super middleweight champion, Caleb Plant next

IBF super middleweight interim champion Jose Uzcategui will no longer have the interim title placed in front of his name as the 27-year-old power puncher is now the full-fledged world champion. Uzcategui, who stopped Andre Dirrell in their rematch earlier this year is one of the most ferocious punchers in the

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13 Jun 2018

Boxing Weekend Recap: Terence Crawford is good, Santa Cruz P4P?

Crawford, 3 division champ In the big fight of the weekend, the best fighter in the world currently (in my opinion), Terence “Bud” Crawford became a three-division world champion as he picked up a WBO welterweight title after previously holding a world title in the lightweight division and unifying the

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29 Jun 2017

Joe Smith Jr. Media Day Highlights

Hard-hitting light heavyweight contender JOE SMITH JR., (23-1 19 KO’s), held court in front of a tremendous crowd of New York City media on Tuesday afternoon at the Mendez Boxing Gym ahead of his highly anticipated 10-round clash with fellow contender SULLIVAN BARRERA (19-1, 14 KO’s) set for Saturday, July 15

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20 May 2017

Andre Dirrell wins ugly DQ over Jose Uzcategui

Super middleweight Andre Dirrell (25-2 16KOs) is one of the most unlucky fighters or he drives people crazy in the ring that they want to hit him after the bell, but it happened again as Jose Uzcategui (26-1 22KOs) was disqualified after knocking out Andre Dirrell with a left hook after

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05 Dec 2016

Billy Joe Saunders look as bad as possible in win

WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders (24-0, 12 KOs) who was coming off a year-long layoff, won a very unimpressive twelve round unanimous decision over unknown Artur Akavov (16-2, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Paisley Lagoon Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. In his first title defense, Saunders failed to

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23 Jul 2016

Oscar Valdez stops foe in 2 rounds, wins WBO featherweight title

Oscar Valdez (21-0 18KOs) was nothing short of amazing in his first major step-up and exposure to the mass media in the co-main event slot on the Terence Crawford versus Viktor Postol card as Valdez stopped Matias Rueda (26-1 23KOs) in the second round. The fight which took place in

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08 Jun 2016

Jamel Herring-Denis Shafikov set for July 2nd

2012 U.S. Olympian Jamel Herring will get his chance at the big time as he takes the first major step-up of his career as he fights Denis Shafikov, who last fought Rances Barthelemy for the IBF lightweight title. The news first reported by Jake Donovan of BoxingScene.com explains that Herring will

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18 May 2016

Golovkin now WBC middleweight champion

Well, minutes after Canelo Alvarez vacated the WBC middleweight title the WBC elevated Gennady Golovkin to full champion making him a belt holder in three of the four major championship bodies. Below is the statement sent out by the WBC to announce Gennady Golovkin as their middleweight champion.  The WBC

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08 Apr 2016

Troyanovsky stops Cuenca again, retains IBF super lightweight title

In a rematch, IBF super lightweight champion Eduard Troyanovsky (24-0, 21 KOs) scored the same result over  former champion Cesar Cuenca (48-2, 2 KOs) on Friday night at the Krylia Sovetov in Moscow, Russia. Cuenca up until fighting Troyanovsky was 48-0, one away from Floyd Mayweather’s benchmark, but that would

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