Garcia Beats Guerrero Wins WBC Welterweight Title!

Saturday night at from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Danny Garcia, (32-0, 18 KOs), captured the vacant WBC welterweight title with a unanimous decision over Robert Guerrero, (33-4-1, 18 KOs).
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“Brit Bliss ” KO of the Month( January, 2016)


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Mayweather Removed From WBA Rankings!

Future Hall-of-Famer Floyd Mayweather Jr. (49-0, 26 KOs) is exceptional in many ways. Not only did he retire in September undefeated after 19 years of active duty, tying Rocky Marciano’s 49-0 record in the process. But when he finally decided to hang up his gloves, he was WBA Super Champion of not one but two divisions, welterweight and super welterweight, simultaneously.
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Quigg-Frampton Winner Must Face Rigondeaux!

On January 7, the WBA Championships Committee issued a Resolution titled Clarification of the super bantamweight division, which concerns the status of Guillermo Rigondeaux, Scott Quigg, and Carl Frampton.
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Weights From San Antonio!


Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Omar Figueroa Jr 151lbs vs. Antonio DeMarco 149lbs
Chris Arreola 236.5lbs vs. Travis Kauffman 236.5lbs
Victor Ortiz 150lbs vs. Gilberto Sanchez-Leon 150lbs
Terrell Gausha 154.5lbs vs. Said El Harrak 157.2lbs
Hugo Centeno Jr 162.75lbs vs. Josue Obando 163.5lbs
Mario Barrios 130lbs vs. Manuel Vides 129.5lbs
Lanell Bellows 174.5lbs vs. Michael Gbenga 172lbs
Justin DeLoach 155lbs vs. Santos Benevidez 154.2lbs
Rickey Edwards 139.5lbs vs. Ariel Paez 142lbs
Adam Lopez 124lbs vs. Eric Aiken 125lbs
Semajay Thomas 140.5lbs vs. Farkhad Sharipov 140lbs
Javier Rodriguez 121.5lbs vs. Alejandro Moreno 120.5lbs
Brandon Figueroa 118.5lbs vs. Francisco Muro 120lbs
Brandon Chaulker 127.5lbs vs. Rodolfo Zamora 132.5lbs
Steve Hall 147.5lbs vs. Adam Ealoms 148.5lbs

Arreola-Kaufmann Heats Up At Press Conference!

(Photo by: Premier Boxing Champions)

As fight night nears, the fighters competing on Saturday’s Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC and NBCSN cards held a final press conference Thursday in San Antonio before their respective showdowns at the AT&T Center. The main event pits undefeated star Omar “Panterita” Figueroa takes on former world champion Antonio DeMarco. As expected, the fight between heavyweights Charles Martin and Dominic Breazeale is off after Martin pulled out to fight Czar Glazkov for the vacant IBF title. Televised coverage begins with heavyweights Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola and Travis “My Time” Kauffman, who had a heated exchange when they faced-off Thursday.

Chris Arreola: “I’ve made all of my opportunities and earned them. I’ve made every fight worth my while. Nothing was given to me. Kauffman and I have sparred many times. For him it’s been a paid vacation. I’ve been lazy sometimes and Kauffman knows that. He didn’t have to really work against me. Let’s look at who Kauffman has fought, he’s fought a bunch of nobodies. He’s taken care of those guys, but I wouldn’t even use them for sparring

“I was terrible my last two fights. None of those fights woke me up. I didn’t train hard enough and I blame myself. It showed in my performance. The fact that Kauffman wanted to fight me makes sense. He thinks I’m done and that I party too much. After this Saturday, I’m going to party after I beat him down. This is not a cakewalk, I trained so hard because I know Kauffman is a great fighter. He is not going to make a name with me. I’m the Grinch, I’m going to steal his Christmas.”

Travis Kauffman: “I want to thank everyone for this opportunity. Chris and I go way back. At least 10 years. We were in camp with Hasim Rahman and we are personal friends, but come Saturday night it’s business, there are no friends. Chris has had many opportunities and knocked at the door. But he hasn’t taken advantage of it. This is a huge opportunity and I’m going to take advantage.

“This isn’t an easy test. Chris will not quit. I have to do what no one else has done, and make him quit. We’ve sparred 200 plus rounds, but sparring and fighting are two different things. I’m a different fighter then when we sparred. There are no friends on Saturday. I’m taking care of business. This is my time. I want everyone to watch me get known in this business.”

Also in attendance and participating on the NBCSN portion of the telecast were former world champion “Vicious” Victor Ortiz, San Antonio-prospect Mario Barrios and Omar Figueroa’s brother Brandon Figueroa.

Jack Culcay Calls Out Erislandy Lara!

WBA interim super welterweight champion Jack Culcay called out WBA regular super welterweight champion Erislandy Lara following his decision win over previously unbeaten Dennis Hogan Saturday night in Hamburg, Germany. “It was a good fight,” said Culcay. “Hogan was a tough opponent and pushed me over the distance. Looking back, there are a few things I could have done better, but overall, I was pleased with my performance. Now, I want to fight Lara for the world title!”
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Gonzalez Wins By Unanimous Decision In Mexico!

In Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico, former 122- and 126-pound title holder Jhonny Gonzalez, now fighting at 130, defeated Hurricane Futa (20-6-1) of Japan via twelve-round unanimous decision. Futa began very aggressively, charging foward like a bull, with lunging right hands, some of which landed. Gonzalez (59-10) weathered the initial storm, maintained a high guard and countered, with smart long left jabs and his signature left hooks.
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Jacobs Knocks Out Quillin In First Round!

(Photo by: Emily Harney)

On Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, WBA middleweight title-holder Danny Jacobs destroyed and knocked out Peter Quillin in the first round. Jacobs (31-1, 28 KOs) hurt Quillin almost immediately with a flush right. Quillin backed into the ropes where the two Brooklynites exchanged hard shots. It was Quillin (32-1-1, 23 KOs) who came out of it worse,and two other Jacobs rights had him wobbling across the ring. Referee Harvey Dock took a quick look at the wide-eyed stare of Quillin and called the fight off with the fighter still standing. Quillin didn’t protest the stoppage, either, although some in attendance found it to be a premature call.

Jacobs-Quillin Weights From Brooklyn!

TV: Showtime, Sho Extreme
(Photo by: Showtime)

Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Daniel Jacobs 159.5lbs vs. Peter Quillin 159lbs
(WBA regular middleweight title)
Jesus Cuellar 125.25lbs vs. Jonathan Oquendo 125.25lbs
(WBA regular featherweight title)
Chris Algieri 145.8lbs vs. Erick Bone 148.8lbs
Marcus Browne 177.4lbs vs. Francisco Sierra 183lbs
Heather Hardy 127.7lbs vs. Noemi Bosques 122.2lbs
Will Rosinsky 173.6lbs vs. Joe Smith Jr 173.4lbs
Yuri Foreman 153.4lbs vs. Lenwood Dozier 152lbs
Luis Garcia 187.8lbs vs. Willie Williams 184.6lbs
John Hernandez 138.4lbs vs. Jack Grady 140.4lbs
Titus Williams 126lbs vs. Emmanuel Castro 127.2lbs

Amir Khan Talking Big But No Fights Set!

AmirKhan3Given a choice, Amir Khan (31-3, 19 KOs) says he would prefer to step in the ring opposite either Manny Pacquiao (whom he knows well from their time training together) or Kell Brook (a fellow Brit who currently holds the IBF 147-pound title). “I’d love to take them both on,” Khan says. “Manny is a good friend of mine and always will be. We have trained together for years, so we know each other’s strengths and weaknesses inside out. As for Kell, that would be an incredible battle of Britain. He is from Yorkshire, I’m from Lancashire. It’s a matchup that would sell out any football stadium in the country.”
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Mayfield Signs With Greg Cohen Promotions!

Greg Cohen Promotions has announced the signing of San Francisco-based junior welterweight Karim “Hard Hitta” Mayfield (19-2-1, 11 KOs) to an exclusive promotional contract. The charismatic Mayfield holds a win over Mauricio Herrera, who at one point should have been the world champion at 140-pounds but for some questionable judging. The 24-year-old Mayfield has also served as a sparring partner for Manny Pacquiao, Antonio Margarito, and Sergio Mora. Mayfield came to boxing at age 20, but won 54 of his 58 amateur fights before turning pro in 2006. Mayfield has been inactive for over a year.

Jacobs-Quillin Final Press Conference Quotes!

(Photo by: Showtime)

Middleweights Daniel “The Miracle Man” Jacobs and Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin spoke to the media for the final time Thursday at a press conference in Manhattan before they enter the ring Saturday at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The WBA middleweight title showdown headlines a Showtime Championship Boxing telecast with WBA featherweight champion Jesus Cuellar battling Jonathan “Polvo” Oquendo in the co-feature.
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“Vivi Estrada ” KO of the Month( December, 2015)


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Canelo-Cotto Weights From Mandalay Bay!

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Venue: Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas
Canelo Alvarez 155lbs vs. Miguel Cotto 153.5lbs
(WBC middleweight title)
Takashi Miura 130lbs vs. Francisco Vargas 129.5lbs
(WBC super featherweight title)
Guillermo Rigondeaux 121.5lbs vs. Drian Francisco 121lbs
Jayson Velez 125.5lbs vs. Ronny Rios 125.5lbs
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Bradley KO’s Rios In Nine!

BradleystopsRiosOn Saturday night at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley (33-1-1, 13 KOs) scored a ninth round KO over former world champion Brandon Rios (33-3-1, 24 KOs). It was a good action fight with lots of exchanges. Bradley was too quick and skillful for the Rios, who came into the ring at 170 pounds. Bradley was much busier and very accurate with his punches. Bradley floored Rios in round nine, then put him on the deck again and referee Tony Weeks waved it off. Time was 2:49.

Rios announced his retirement after the fight

Bradley-Rios Weights From Vegas!


Venue: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Brandon Rios 147lbs vs Timothy Bradley Jr 146lbs
Romulo Koasicha 125.6lbs vs Vasyl Lamachenko 125.6lbs
(WBO featherweight title)
Ryota Murata 161.2lbs vs Gunnar Jackson 161.8lbs
Guillermo Avila 128lbs vs Miguel Marriaga 126.8lbs
Mike Reed 140.6lbs vs Rondale Hubbert 142.6lbs
Egidijus Kavaliauskas 147.4lbs vs Jake Giuriceo 146.8lbs
Rodolfo Zamora 129.6lbs vs Jesse Garcia 130.4lbs

“Lauren Monday ” KO of the Month( November, 2015)


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Crawford-Jean Weights From Omaha, Nebraska!

TV: HBO, (undercard)
(Photo by: Top Rank)

Venue: Century Link Center, Omaha, Nebraska
Terence Crawford 140lbs vs. Dierry Jean 140lbs
(WBO jr welterweight championship)
Mikael Zewski 149.2lbs  vs. Ayi Bruce 148.4lbs
(Zewski weighed 149.6lbs , then stripped and weighed 149.2)lbs
Andy Ruiz Jr 248.8lbs  vs. Raphael Zumbano 247.8lbs
Evgeny Gradovich 127.8lbs  vs. Aldimar Silva 127lbs
Julian Rodriguez 143.2lbs  vs. Alvaro Ortiz 140lbs
Alex Saucedo 142.2lbs  vs. Angel Martinez 141.6lbs
Zsolt Daranyi 153lbs  vs. Sean Wilson 153.8lbs
Alfredo Martinez 142lbs  vs. Darin Hampton 143.8lbs

Martinez “I’ll Fight Whoever They Put In Front Of Me”!

AronMartinezMany feel that welterweight brawler Aron Martinez (20-4-1, 4 KOs) got jobbed in his split decision loss to former champion Robert Guerrero in June, but on Wednesday night in Arizona, Martinez came out on the winning side against another former champ in Devon Alexander. “I’m the heavier guy,” said Marinez after his career-defining win. “I’ve always fought at 147 lbs. This is my natural weight and I sparred against much bigger guys during the last few weeks of training camp. I was facing fast 180 lbs fighters in camp to get ready for this.
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