Saturday, August 31, 2013

The Ultimate Warrior Canelo Prepares


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Monday, August 26, 2013

Golden Boy Fights Recap


SHOWTIME SHOCKER AT STUBHUB!

JHONNY GONZALEZ KNOCKS OUT ABNER MARES
IN FIRST ROUND TO WIN WBC FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE
IN UPSET OF THE YEAR BEFORE 7,686 FANS

Undefeated Leo Santa Cruz Captures WBC Super Bantamweight Crown
With Third-Round Knockout Over Defending Champion Victor Terrazas;
Replay Is Tomorrow, Sunday, Aug. 25, at 9 a.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME®



CARSON, Calif. (Aug. 24, 2013) - In a leading candidate for Upset of the Year - and possible Knockout of the Year - former two-division world champion and knockout artist Jhonny Gonzalez (55-8, 47 KO's) registered a stunning 2:55, first-round knockout over previously unbeaten Abner Mares (26-1-1, 14 KO's) Saturday on SHOWTIME® before 7,686 loud and enthusiastic fans at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.


Gonzalez's shocking upset victory in the WBC featherweight title fight sets up a possible showdown with Leo Santa Cruz (25-0-1, 15 KO's), who scored two knockdowns en route to an impressive third-round knockout over defending WBC super bantamweight champion Victor Terrazas (37-3-1, 21 KO's) in the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING co-feature.

"This moment right now is the single greatest and most glorious moment of my life," said an elated Gonzalez, who reclaimed the 126-pound belt he once held and breathed new life into his career with the win over his former training partner. "When I came to the United States for this fight no one gave me any credit. All they talked about was Mares fighting Santa Cruz. I didn't say anything but I knew I was getting disrespected."

Both Gonzalez, from Mexico City, Mexico, and the former WBC featherweight champion, Mares of Downey, Calif., by way of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, each came out aggressively. Halfway through the opening round, Gonzalez connected with a solid left hook Mares never saw coming, dropping him to the canvas and leading to an eight-count. After Mares made it to his feet, Gonzalez landed another of punches that ended with a left hook and a right cross that knocked Mares backwards. Referee Jack Reiss stepped in and stopped the fight with five seconds to go in the first round.

"I knew I had him badly hurt after the first knockdown," Gonzalez said.

"I'm good," said Mares, who held titles at 118 and 122 pounds before claiming the featherweight belt last May. He was making his eighth consecutive appearance on SHOWTIME. "You have to win and you have to learn how to lose in this sport. I'm not in the sport to remain undefeated, but I'm here to fight the best.

"I was alright with the ref's decision. He did his job and I respect it. But I thought I could go on," he added. "Now I'm going to take a break and enjoy my family."


Like Gonzalez, Santa Cruz of Los Angeles, by way of Huetamo, Michoacan, Mexico, went to work early and often against Terrazas, throwing 267 punches in just two and a half rounds. Terrazas, of Guadalajara, was cut just under the right eye in the second round and Santa Cruz took advantage landing punch after punch, finally sending Terrazas down for a nine-count, and then again for an eight-count midway through the third. Referee Lou Moret halted matters at 2:09 of the third round.

"This is a dream come true," said Santa Cruz, 25, who had fought 106 fewer rounds in his career than Terrazas, who is 30. "I've wanted the green belt my entire life. Once I saw the eye start to swell I knew I had to go after him and put the pressure on him."

Terrazas said, "The eye was not a problem. This was a good fight. He was tough like I expected. He just caught me. I wanted to continue the fight."

Earlier on SHOWTIME EXTREME Antonio Orozco (18-0, 14 KO's), San Diego, Calif., overpowered Ivan Hernandez (29-3, 22 KO's), Miami, Fla., in round three of a scheduled 10-round junior welterweight bout. 

In a battle of featherweights, 2012 U.S. Olympian Joseph "Jo Jo'' Diaz Jr. (7-0, 5 KO's) of South El Monte, Calif., looked impressive in a third-round knockout over Noel Mendoza (6-3-1, 1 KO), of Phoenix, Ariz., the referee stopping the bout at 1:54 of the third of the scheduled six-round bout. Diaz knocked Mendoza down with a left cross, right hook combo that sent Mendoza to the canvas for good.

In the first SHOWTIME EXTREME bout between heavyweights, 2012 U.S. Olympian Dominic Breazeale (6-0, 6 KO's), of Los Angeles, passed the stiffest test of his young career and remained undefeated with his sixth consecutive knockout, this one coming on a TKO in the fifth round against Lenroy Thomas (16-3, 8 KO's) of St. Catherine, Jamaica.

Brian Kenny hosted the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast, with Mauro Ranallo calling the action, Al Bernstein and Paulie Malignaggi serving as expert analysts and Jim Gray reporting. Barry Tompkins called the SHOWTIME EXTREME action with Steve Farhood serving as expert analyst. Alejandro Luna called the blow-by-blow for SAP with Raul Marquez serving as color commentator.  


 
The fights will be available ON DEMAND beginning tomorrow, Aug. 25.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Weigh in For Showtime Championship Boxing

We will have scoring for these two great fights on Saturday night. Make sure to get you pre-fight predictions in and score the fights while you are watching them Live on Showtime!


WBC Featherweight World Champion Abner Mares (Left) and former Two-Division World Champion Jhonny Gonzalez (Right) pose on August 23, 2013 in Los Angeles, California at the weigh in for their world title fight on August 24, 2013 at StubHub Center in Carson, California which will be televised live on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®.

Abner Mares                                                                                   Jhonny Gonzalez

26-0-1 (14 KO's)                                                                             29-1 (15 KO's)
27 Years Old                                                                                   31 Years Old   
125.5 LBS                                                                                       125 LBS
5' 4.5" Height                                                                                  5' 7" Height
66" Reach                                                                                        69.5" Reach
Orthodox Stance                                                                             Orthodox Stance 
Montebello, California                                                                    Mexico City, Mexico



Former IBF Bantamweight World Champion Leo Santa Cruz (Right) and  WBC Super Bantamweight World Champion Victor Terrazas (Left) pose on August 23, 2013 in Los Angeles, California at the weigh in for their August 24, 2013 world title fight at StubHub Center in Carson, California which will be televised live on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®.

Leo Santa Cruz                                                                              Victor Terrazas

24-0-1 (14 KO's)                                                                             37-2-1 (21 KO's)
25 Years Old                                                                                   30 Years Old   
121.75 LBS                                                                                     121 LBS
5' 7" Height                                                                                     5' 7" Height
69" Reach                                                                                        69" Reach
Orthodox Stance                                                                             Orthodox Stance 
Rosemead, California                                                                     Guadalajara, Mexico

Thursday, August 22, 2013

ALL ACCESS: MAYWEATHER vs. CANELO


ALL ACCESS: MAYWEATHER vs. CANELO
TO BE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT SPORTS.SHO.COM 
& ACROSS MULTIPLE PLATFORMS

Narrated by EMMY® Award Winning Actor Barry Pepper,
Series Premieres This Saturday, Aug. 24 on SHOWTIME® at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT

NEW YORK (Aug. 22, 2013) - Following the SHOWTIME premiere of each episode of the acclaimed documentary series ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Canelo-series premieres this Saturday at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on SHOWTIME-full episodes will be made available online and across multiple platforms leading up to the boxing event of the year, "THE ONE: Mayweather vs. Canelo" on Saturday, September 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, live on SHOWTIME PPV®.

All four episodes will be available following each premiere on Sports.SHO.com, the SHOWTIME Sports® YouTube channel, SHOWTIME ON DEMAND® and on mobile devices via SHOWTIME ANYTIME®. Additionally, a full slate of encore airings are scheduled for SHOWTIME, SHOWTIME EXTREME® and the CBS SPORTS NETWORK. (Visit http://sports.sho.com/programs/all-access for a complete list of air dates and times)

All four episodes are also being produced in Spanish, and the Spanish-language version of each episode will premiere on Univision Deportes Network.  For more information regarding the Univision Deportes schedule for All Access please visit www.UnivisionDeportes.com.

The latest chapter of the award winning SHOWTIME Sports® original documentary series airs weekly beginning this Saturday, Aug. 24 leading into the blockbuster showdown between boxing superstars Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez

This installment of ALL ACCESS, which takes viewers into the dramatic and often unpredictable lives of two superstars at the epicenter of one of the biggest sporting events of the year, is narrated by EMMY Award winning actor Barry Pepper

EDITORS NOTE: Participating websites and blogs will have the opportunity to offer each full episode directly on their website.

Below is a clip from this Saturday's premiere episode, which precedesthe live SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® event headlined by Abner Mares vs. Jhonny Gonzalez. 

Friday, August 16, 2013

WEIGHTS FROM REVEL CASINO IN ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY

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WEIGHTS FROM REVEL CASINO
IN ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY
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Daniel Geale 159.5 vs. Darren Barker 159.5

Daniel Geale 159.5 vs. Darren Barker 159.5
Jhonatan Romero 121.5 vs. Kiko Martinez 121.5
Thomas Dulorme 141 vs. Frankie Figueroa 142
Joel Brunker 125.5 vs. Mike Oliver 125.5
Yordenys Ugas 140.5 vs. John Williams 138.5
Jonathan Maicelo 136 vs. Jose Alejandro Rodriguez 134.5

Geale vs. Barker will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark® beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT this Saturday August 17, live from the Revel Casino-Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. 

Tickets prices start at $30 and are on sale now at all Ticketmaster locations, online at Ticketmaster.com and by calling 800-745-3000. 

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Jhonatan Romero 121.5 vs. Kiko Martinez 121.5
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Thomas Dulorme 141 vs. Frankie Figueroa 142
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Joel Brunker 125.5 vs. Mike Oliver 125.5 IMG_0831-1.JPG
 Yordenys Ugas 140.5 vs. John Williams 138.5    IMG_0837-1.JPG
Jonathan Maicelo 136 vs. Jose Alejandro Rodriguez 134.5 

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Mayweather vs Canelo All Access Starts Aug. 24 on Showtime

SHOWTIME SPORTS® TAKES VIEWERS INTO THE LIVES OF FLOYD MAYWEATHER & CANELO ALVAREZ WITH

  
Four-Part Series Premieres Saturday, Aug. 24 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT on SHOWTIME®
 
NEW YORK (August 15, 2013) - SHOWTIME Sports will offer the latest chapter of its award winning original documentary series ALL ACCESS in advance of the boxing event of the year - "THE ONE:Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez".  ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Canelo will take viewers into the dramatic and often unpredictable lives of the two superstars at the epicenter of one of the biggest sporting events of the year.  The series premieres Saturday, Aug. 24 at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on SHOWTIME, precedingthe live SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING event headlined by Abner Mares vs. Jhonny Gonzalez. 

"THE ONE: Mayweather vs. Canelo," a four-fight SHOWTIME PPV® event, will take place Saturday, Sept. 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.  
 
 

Renowned documentarian Ross Greenburg returns as executive producer on ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Canelo, which features the series' trademark approach that allows its subjects to guide the narrative on real terms. 

The series offers an intimate portrait of Mayweather and Canelo, and their respective camps, as they embark on an unprecedented 10-city, two-country media tour to formally announce the most highly anticipated boxing event in recent memory.  Viewers join the two superstars with unparalleled access as they jet set across North America amid rabid fanfare - an estimated 125,000 fans came out to the 10 press conferences over the nine-day journey.

Viewers are introduced to emerging superstar Canelo like never before.  Witness the Mexican national hero as he's greeted by an estimated crowd of more than 30,000 excitable fans at the Mexico City stop on the press tour.  Then follow his transition from the hectic media and fan blitz to the respite of family life in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.  Canelo explores his Mexican roots and revisits the gym where he started his career with trainer Jose "Chepo" Reynoso and manager Eddie Reynoso, the two men who have guided Canelo to the pinnacle of the sport. 

Through the four episodes of ALL ACCESS, SHOWTIME cameras are entrenched in the fighters' training camps as they prepare for "THE ONE".  Viewers will experience the contrast between Mayweather's Las Vegas based training camp and Canelo's retreat to the quiet focus in Big Bear, Calif., as both men prepare for boxing's biggest fight in nearly a decade. 

Episode 2 premieres Saturday, Aug. 31, Episode 3 premieres Saturday, Sept. 7 and Episode 4 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 11.  Encore presentations will air on CBS Sports Network, SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME EXTREME.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Shawn Porter plans to be more aggressive against Julio Diaz

Boxingscene.com's Ryan Burton caught up with Shawn Porter over the weekend and discussed his upcoming rematch with Julio Diaz, which takes place Sept. 12 in Las Vegas.

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Mitchell-Arreola moved to Sept. 7

Lem Satterfield at RingTV.com has the full story on the Seth Mitchell-Chris Arreola date move.

Golden Boy Promotions announced that the Showtime Special Edition doubleheader, matching two-division titlewinner Rafael Marquez against Efrain Esquivias in a featherweight bout, and heavyweight standouts Seth Mitchell and Chris Arreola, will be moved from Sept. 6 to Sept. 7.

The venue still is going to be Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif.

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RingTV: Q&A with Nathan Cleverly

When Nathan Cleverly spoke with his promoter Frank Warren about his next fight, he made it crystal clear who he wanted to face in his next bout.

“I looked through the light heavyweight division and nobody really stood out, apart from (Bernard) Hopkins who was tied up with the mandatory fight with (Karo) Murat, next I thought (Sergei) Kovalev,” the 26-year-old Welshman told RingTV.com.

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RingTV: Q&A with Mike Alvarado

"Mile High" Mike Alvarado was sky high, emotionally, during Tuesday's press conference in Denver announcing his Oct. 19 junior welterweight clash with Russian fighter Ruslan Provodnikov for Alvarado's WBO belt.

Alvarado-Provodnikov will be held at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colo., a suburb of Denver, near Alvardo's hometown of Thornton, and it will be televised on HBO.

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RingTV: Q&A with Marcos Maidana, who signs with Haymon

Welterweight contender Marcos Maidana spoke to RingTV.com about 90 minutes before signing a contract with high-powered boxing manager/advisor Al Haymon on Wednesday at the home of his manager, Sebastian Contursi, who translated the interview from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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RingTV: Q&A with Felix Sturm

RingTV.com's Mark E. Ortega talked with former middleweight champion Felix Sturm. Sturm is an interested observer to this weekend's middleweight title fight between Daniel Geale and Darren Barker in Atlantic City on HBO. Geale dethroned Sturm in Germany, a tough task. Along with that fight, Sturm talks about Gennady Golovkin and the idea of fighting in the United States again.

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Alvarado vs. Povodnikov Will be a Great Fight!

In case you missed the Alvarado vs Provodnikov press conference. Watch the replay here: http://youtu.be/qPg625qxDmQ

Photo Credit: Chris Farina

Aussie Star Joel Brunker is Ready for his Next Challenge

JOEL BRUNKER
EAGER TO SHINE AGAINST MIKE OLIVER ON GEALE vs. BARKER UNDERCARD
 
ATLANTIC CITY, NY (August 13, 2013) - WBO No. 4 ranked featherweight contender Joel Brunker (26-0, 15KOs) will aim to keep his undefeated record intact when he competes this Saturday on the undercard of the Gary Shaw Productions promoted HBO Boxing After Dark event that features an IBF middleweight title clash between Daniel Geale and Darren Barker.  The card is being held at the Revel Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the arena's first boxing event, making it a momentous occasion supported by a stellar card.
 
Brunker will square off against battle-tested Mike Oliver (25-4, 8 KOs) in a 10-round affair.  Oliver's last 2 fights were losing efforts against Juan Manuel Lopez and Billy Dib, but the fact that he has been in the ring with quality opponents suggests that he will give Brunker a true barometer opportunity.
 
"It's all about getting better and preparing myself accordingly for each fight," said Brunker.  "I feel like if I can make habits out of working hard and staying focused on the opponent in front of me then it will give me the best chance to make winning a constant occurrence."
 
"Mike isn't just my next opponent, I feel like he is a rite of passage and he'll have to pay for that.  It's hard to keep a balance between what is business and what is personal, but I'm in the business of running through people standing in my way and if you take it personal then so be it," Brunker continued.
 
It's apparent that Brunker is in a solid mental state, prepared for battle and ready to put on a show, but his future is too bright to be merely disregarded.
 
"Of course I think of what's next or on the horizon, but I don't get caught up on it. I trust my promoters Gary Shaw and Ace Boxing's Angelo DiCarlo who are the people in charge of my career.   I know that they know the sport and more importantly they know fighters.  My physical and mental preparation is beginning to coincide with my readiness for a title shot.  The willingness is there, trust me.  But I don't want to be over eager, we'll just say I've got my eyes on the belt holders and if they were smart they'd keep their eye on me as well," Brunker said.
 
Brunker seems to believe that success is just a matter of time.  For now he appears adequate in his current endeavors, but Gary Shaw seems to believe Brunker's time to prove his upper echelon status is upon him.
 
"Joel has been on people's radars for quite some time now and he's been on a number of must watch lists as well as several future prospect lists over the past several years, and rightfully so," Gary Shaw stated.  "He is a tremendous talent, capable of reshaping the current state of the division in a single performance, but that performance will have to come against a fighter with an established reputation, that's how Joel will prove he is an elite competitor.  Let's see what he does Saturday, then we'll move forward and that move's level of seriousness may directly reflect Saturday's outcome.  Be there or risk missing the birth of a star."
 
Tickets prices start at $30 and are on sale now at all Ticketmaster locations, online at Ticketmaster.com and by calling 1-800-745-3000.  The HBO Boxing After Dark telecast will begin at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.

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Iron Mike Promotions Event August 23

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TYSON IS BACK!
Aug. 23, 2013 - Turning Stone Resort Casino, Verona, NY
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FACT SHEET
 
WHAT:             "Tyson Is Back!" professional boxing
 
WHO:               Main Event - IBF Junior Featherweight Championship (12)
ARGENIS "La Tormenta" MENDEZ (21-2, 11 KOs), Champion, Miami, FL via Dominican Republic
vs.
ARASH USMANEE (20-1, 10 KOs), Challenger, Montreal, Canada
 
Co-Feature - Vacant WBA Interim Featherweight Championship (10)
CLAUDIO "The Matrix" MARRERO (14-0, 11 KOs), Miami, FL via Dominican Republic
vs.
JESUS ANDRES CUELLER (22-1, 18 KOs), Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Featherweights (10)
ALEXEI "The Hurricane" COLLADO (16-0, 15 KOs), Miami, FL via Cuba
vs.
HUGO "Guerrero" PARTIDA (19-4-2, 15 KOs), Mexico City, Mexico
 
Welterweights (10)
ED "The Lion" PAREDES (33-3-1, 22 KOs), Hollywood, FL
vs.
NOE "Platanito" BOLANOS (24-8-1, 16 KOs), Ciudad Obregon, Mexico
 
Middleweights (6)
ANTOINE DOUGLAS (8-0, 6 KOs), Burke, VA
vs.
ROBERT ACEVEDO (7-1, 4 KOs), Miami, FL
 
Super Featherweights (4)
ALBERT "Prince" BELL (1-0, 1 KO), Miami, FL
vs.
LEONEL GARCIA (pro debut), Hartford, CT
 
WHEN:            Friday, August 23, 2013
 
WHERE:           Turning Stone Resort Casino, Verona, NY
 
TELEVISION:   ESPN Friday Night Fights
 
PROMOTER:    Iron Mike Productions in association with Greg Cohen Promotions
 
TICKETS:      $150, $95, $55 and $45 and available to purchase at the Turning Stone box office, by calling (315 361-7469, or visit www.Ticketmaster.com 
 
INFORMATION:          www.IronMikeProductions.com or www.TurningStone.com 
 
OTHER:                        Doors Open 6:00 p.m. ET, first bout 7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN FNF starts 9:00 p.m. ET.
 
Iron Mike Productions, previously Acquinity Sports, is a boxing promotion company co-founded and led by Acquinity Interactive CEO Garry Jonas. It is a partnership with Hall of Famer Mike Tyson committed to changing traditional boxing promotion by advocating for its fighters' successes inside the ring and out, throughout their professional careers and into retirement.
 
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CONTACTS:
Bob Trieger, Iron Mike Productions, 978.664,4482, bobtfcp@hotmail.com 
Jo Mignano, Mike Tyson's publicist, jmignano@kruppnyc.com 
Press Credentials:
Brett Stagnitti, Oneida Nation Public Affairs Manager, (315) 829-8310,  bstagnitti@oneida-nation.org (Friday, August 16 deadline to apply for consideration)
 
 

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Sunday, August 4, 2013

Second largest US cable provider drops Showtime


A bombshell dropped over the weekend that Time Warner Cable would no longer be carrying CBS and its subsidiaries. This means Showtime, a big televisor of live boxing, is also missing. Fightnews.com has the full details.

Stevens stops Roman in one round on NBC Sports Net

Saturday night, a triple-header took place on NBC Sports Net promoted by Main Events. The card featured Curtis Stevens against Saul Roman in a middleweight bout, Tomasz Adamek against Dominick Guinn at heavyweight, and Eddie Chambers in his cruiserweight debut against the unknown Thabiso Mchunu.

RingTV.com's Mark Ortega covered the card and has the result. Click here to read them...

Paez Jr. outpoints Quintanilla

Son of a circus, Jorge Paez Jr. fought on Saturday night, outpointing Rodolfo Quintanilla in his quest to become a world ranked welterweight. Fightnews.com has some photos and the rest of the night's results.

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Humberto Soto-Ali Chebah on Sept. 28 in Mexico


Though plans of a clash between former multi-divisional champions Erik Morales and Humberto Soto never came to fruition, both have planned fights for September. Soto's is against Ali Chebah in Mexico on Sept. 28. Miguel Rivera at Boxingscene.com has some of the details.

Zulina Munoz, Bruno Sandoval KO winners in Toluca

Live boxing action took place in Toluca, Mexico, headlined by Zulina Munoz knocking out Maribel Ramirez in their rematch. Boxingscene.com's Jake Donovan has the whole night's results.

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Luis Concepcion Pounds on Nestor Narvaez for Wide Win

Live boxing took place in Panama City on Saturday night, headlined by flyweight contender Luis Concepcion against Nestor Narvaez. Concepcion got the unanimous decision win. Jake Donovan at Boxingscene.com has the full night's results.

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Donaire Slimming Down for 126 Pound Start in November

Former multi-divisional champion Nonito Donaire hasn't been in the ring since an April defeat to Guillermo Rigondeaux in their 122-pound showdown. Boxingscene.com's Ronnie Nathanielz spoke with Donaire and discussed when he will get back in the ring in November among other things.

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Dawson's Trainer: Stevenson-Cloud a 50/50 fight

Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, trainer to light heavyweight Chad Dawson among others, gave his thoughts on the impending Adonis Stevenson-Tavoris Cloud fight to Boxingscene.com's Rick Reeno.

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Amir Khan Confident Mistakes are Vanishing With Virgil Hunter


Over at Boxingscene is an interview with junior welterweight Amir Khan, who discusses how training with Virgil Hunter has helped him fix mistakes that led to the loss against Danny Garcia in 2012.

Golovkin's promoter impressed by Stevens

Following Curtis Stevens' impressive knockout of Saul Roman in the first round last night, RingTV.com's Lem Satterfield reached out to the promoter of Gennady Golovkin, who is currently one of the most feared men in boxing, to get his take on Stevens' performance.

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Saturday, August 3, 2013

Full Report: Robinson KOs Nahr in 7!


Friday night in Delaware, an intriguing welterweight clash headlined a card between Ray Robinson and Ray Narh. Robinson stopped a streaking Nahr in the seventh round of their bout. Rick Scharmberg of Fightnews.com has the full night's results and recap.