Shakur Stevenson (14-0, 8KOs), brought boxing back with a bang as he stopped Felix Caraballo (13-2-2, 9KOs), in the sixth round in front of an empty ballroom at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, broadcast on ESPN, in boxing’s return after COVID-19 pandemic. Stevenson who dropped Carballo in the
ESPN (7 p.m. ET) Shakur Stevenson 130 lbs vs. Felix Caraballo 130 lbs(Super Featherweight— 10 Rounds)Judges/Referee: Tim Cheatham, Dave Moretti and Steve Weisfeld/Russell Mora Jared Anderson 236.5 lbs vs. Johnnie Langston 218.3 lbs(Heavyweight— 6 Rounds)Judges/Referee: Patricia Morse Jarman, Max De Luca and Steve Weisfeld/Jay Nady Guido Vianello 239.25 lbs vs. Don Haynesworth 294.5 lbs(Heavyweight — 6 Rounds)Judges/Referee: Adalaide Byrd, Tim Cheatham and Dave Moretti/Jay Nady Quatavious Cash 160.5 lbs vs.
We have waited for a sense of normalcy, but sadly, the world has had other plans. That being said boxing returns one week from today, on June 9th, which is a Tuesday on ESPN, as well as Thursday with two fights card put on by Top Rank Inc. The first
Gabriel Flores Jr. (16-0 6KOs) continues to impress with a victory over Aelio Mesquita (19-4 17KOs) in a scheduled eight-rounder as the notable bout of the evening pulling in most of the ticket sales from the Chukchansi Park in Fresno, California. Flores Jr controlled the action with fast hands, in
Vergil Ortiz comes home Vergil Ortiz is one of Golden Boy Promotions best prospects. The welterweight prospect, who now is a contender, moved up to 147 lbs in his last bout stopping Mauricio Herrera before this past Saturday’s bout in his hometown of Grand Prairie, Texas, in which he stopped
Former super featherweight world champion Jason Sosa (23-3-4, 16 KOs) scored a seven-round technical knockout of Haskell Lydell Rhodes (27-4-1, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. Sosa dropped Rhodes twice in round five with many believing the fight would end there, but Rhodes survived into