Brooks, CA (September 9, 2015)- The new NABF Super Bantamweight Champion, Manuel “Tino” Avila will take on an opponent TBA at the beautiful Cache Creek Casino Resort on October 24th. This fight will also co-feature Ricardo Pinell of San Francisco and many more. On August 8th, undefeated Manuel “Tino”
LOS ANGELES (July 30, 2015) – On October 3, one of the most exciting fighters and fearsome punchers in boxing, Lucas “La Máquina” Matthysse (37-3, 34 KO’s) will take on the dangerous and undefeated Viktor “The Iceman” Postol (27-0, 11 KO’s) for the vacant WBC World super-lightweight championship at StubHub
Manuel “Tino” Avila (17-0 7 KOs) of Fairfield, CA will take on former world title contender Yoandris “El Nino” Salinas (21-1-2 14KOs) of Miami, Fl for the NABF super bantamweight title which will now be the co-main event of HBO Latino broadcast on August 8th headlined by Johan Perez vs.
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
Once again, Lance Pugmire of the LATimes.com is on top of the story once again as he was able to get direct quotes from Haymon’s lawyers. “The lawsuit filed today by Bob Arum and Top Rank is entirely without merit and is a cynical attempt by boxing’s old guard to
[Editor Note: If you’re not a big fan of reading you can listen to a podcast on the topic right here.] So today Top Rank Inc. filed a lawsuit against Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions, citing that Haymon is trying to run every other boxing promoter out of business.
Unbeaten current light heavyweight titleholder Vyacheslav Shabranskyy (14-0, 12 KOs) had to withstand an unexpected surprise as he was dropped twice and nearly stopped by previously unbeaten Paul Parker (7-1, 4 KOs) on Tuesday night at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia. Parker clipped Shabranskyy with in the first
In a very interesting exclusive with Ivan G. Goldman of BoxingInsider.com, California State Athletic Commissioner John Frierson says Al Haymon was purposely booking venues in California to sabotage rival promotions, in particular Golden Boy Promotions, who is currently suing Haymon along with the brokers who have funded his boxing endeavor.
Unbeaten junior welterweight Antonio Orozco who recently picked up a win over Emmanuel Taylor on truTV last Friday, now has a fellow cast member from that fight in his sights, Jose Benavidez Jr. Orozco told BoxingScene.com that the fight is the next logical progression in his maturation as a fighter.
As reported first by Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated, Golden Boy Promotions is prepping a lawsuit against Al Haymon and Waddell and Reed, a major financial backer of the Premier Boxing Champions launch and Haymon’s foray into boxing. From the contextual information relayed in the Mannix article, Golden Boy is seeking