On March 10th, the headliner might be Oscar Valdez vs. Scott Quigg, but the boxing world is buzzing over two undefeated prospects in 130 lbs. division doing battle on ESPN, minutes prior at the StubHub Center in Carson, Ca, as San Jose’s Andy Vences takes on Detroit’s Erick De Leon.
Bay Area native Andy Vences, hailing from San Jose, CA, will take on his toughest test of his career in Detroit, Michigan’s Erick De Leon, who now resides in Riverside, Ca training with Robert Garcia. Vences, who is the WBC Continental Americas champion in the super featherweight division, will face
Three division world champion Leo “El Terremoto” Santa Cruz (34-1-1, 19 KOs) returned with an eighth-round TKO over Chris Avalos (27-6, 20 KOs) on Saturday night at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California headlining Premier Boxing Champions on FOX. Santa Cruz seemingly turned back time as he traded with
Four-time world champion at three different weight classes and current WBA featherweight champion Abner Mares was on his way to being a once in a generation fighter when the unexpected happened. A first-round knockout seemingly in a stay busy fight against a fighter many thought was “over the hill” in
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai did it again! The super flyweight WBC champion stopped the one time annointed pound-for-pound king Roman Gonzalez in the 4th round of their rematch. The bout was all Rungvisai who dominated from start to finish capping the performance off with two knockdowns, the second of which Gonzalez could
Naoya Inoue (14-0 11KOs) made his U.S. debut against Antonio Nieves at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA. Inoue controlled the action from the onset, Nieves was game and had moments, but just was outgunned. Inoue dropped Nieves with a left hook to the body in the fifth round.
The Final Press Conference for ‘SUPERFLY’, this Saturday’s historic tripleheader featuring six of the top super flyweights in the world, took place today in front of a massive contingent of media in Carson, California. Headlining “SUPERFLY”, WBC Super Flyweight World Champion SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI, (42-4-1, 38 KO’s), of Si Sa
Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs), the only four-division world champion in Puerto Rico’s rich boxing history, and Japanese 154-pound contender Yoshihiro “El Maestrito” Kamegai (27-3-2, 24 KOs) hosted their final press conference today ahead of their 12-round fight for the vacant WBO World Junior Middleweight title in the main event
Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs), the only four-division world champion in Puerto Rico’s rich boxing history, and 154-pound contender Yoshihiro “El Maestrito” Kamegai (27-3-2, 24 KOs) hosted an international media conference call ahead of their 12-round fight for the vacant WBO Junior Middleweight title.The fight will take place on Saturday,
World renowned trainer Freddie Roach shared important details regarding the training camp of Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs), the only Puerto Rican boxer to ever win world titles in four divisions, as he prepares to go to war for the vacant WBO Junior Middleweight title against the Japanese slugger Yoshihiro “El Maestrito” Kamegai (27-3-2, 24 KOs). Cotto