Wilder vs Stiverne 2 Preview Video- its on tonight Nov 4th.

Plus co main event : Shawn Porter vs Adrian Granados



Unbeaten Sergey Lipinets faces Akihiro Kondo for a vacant 140-pound world title, while top heavyweight contender Dominic Breazeale fights fellow former title challenger Eric Molina in a title elimination match.




CANELO vs. GOLOVKIN fight card at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on September 16





LARA vs FOREMAN Friday Jan 13th live on Spike – Hialeah Park Racing & Casino, Miami

Lara defends his 154-pound world title against former champion Foreman

Erislandy Lara and Yuri Foreman

Erislandy Lara (23-2-2, 13 KOs) will end an eight-month layoff on January 13 when he makes the fifth defense of his world title against former world champion Yuri Foreman (34-2, 10 KOs) at Hialeah Park Racing & Casino in Miami (Spike, 9 p.m. ET/PT).

Lara last fought May 21 in Las Vegas, where he retained his title with a unanimous decision in a rematch with Vanes Martirosyan. That victory followed a TKO of Jan Zaveck in November 2015 at Hialeah Park, where Lara stopped the former 147-pound champion just 41 seconds into Round 3.

A 33-year-old southpaw, Lara is riding a four-fight winning streak since dropping a disputed split decision to Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in a nontitle fight in July 2014.

“I’m very excited to be making my return to the ring in front of my Cuban fans in Miami on January 13,” said Lara, who defected from Cuba to Miami and now resides in Houston. “Yuri Foreman is a former world champion who is dedicated to this sport and will be looking to win another world title. I expect nothing but the best from him.

“On fight night, I’m making another statement and going for the knockout. After this fight, it’s time to unify the division, then move up to win the middleweight titles.”

Foreman, a 36-year-old Israeli who was born in Belarus and now fights out of Brooklyn, New York, won a 154-pound world title in November 2009 when he dethroned Daniel Santos by unanimous decision. However, he lost the crown in his first defense against Miguel Cotto, falling by ninth-round TKO in June 2010.

Foreman then suffered a sixth-round stoppage loss to Pawel Wolak in his next fight, but has since reeled off six consecutive victories. That streak includes a two-year break from boxing in which Foreman became an ordained rabbi.

He returned to the ring a year ago with an eight-round unanimous decision over Lenwood Dozier in Brooklyn. In Foreman’s last fight, he earned a second-round TKO of Jason Davis on June 3.

“I’m thrilled to be fighting for the world title,” said the 5-foot-11 Foreman, who will have a two-inch height advantage over the 5-9 Lara. “I’m really looking forward to showcasing my skills and talent, and becoming a two-time world champion. At this stage of my career, it would be a tremendous accomplishment.

“Lara is very crafty and many elite fighters have had trouble dealing with his style, but I have studied him and am very confident that I will defeat him by presenting him with something he’s never seen before.”


World champion Erislandy Lara defends his 154-pound title against former champ Yuri Foreman.





Tuesday, June 28

 Edner Cherry 131.7 – Lydell Rhodes 132.9

Omar Douglas 128.1 – Alexei Collado 128.4

Antonio Russell 117.1 – Rudolph Hedge 119.3

Chris Colbert 127.5 – Antonio DuBose 127.8

Milton Santiago 139.4 – Osumanu Akaba 139.9

Eric Newell 266 – Randy Easton 232

Mykal Fox 141.8 – Jose Vaderrama 144.1 

Victor Vasquez 135.1 – Seifullah Jihad Wise 136.8

Location: 77 Sands Blvd.; Bethlehem, PA 18015

6:30 p.m. FIRST BOUT

Lightweight World Champion Rances Barthelemy Battles Former World Champion Mickey Bey in Main Event of Premier Boxing Champions on Spike
Friday, June 3 From The Hard Rock Live at the 
Seminole Hotel & Casino In Hollywood, Florida
Plus! Unbeaten Bantamweight Prospect Emmanuel Rodriguez Takes on Mexican Brawler Victor Proa
Tickets on Sale Now!
HOLLYWOOD, FL.  – Undefeated lightweight world champion RancesKid Blast” Barthelemy (24-0, 13 KOs) will make his first title defense against former world champion Mickey “The Spirit” Bey (22-1-1, 10 KOs) in the main event of Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Spike Friday, June 3 at the Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
Televised coverage begins at 9 p.m. ET/PT as unbeaten Puerto Rican prospectEmmanuel Rodriguez (14-0, 10 KOs) takes on hard-hitting Mexican Victor “Pitufo” Proa (28-1-2, 21 KOs) in a 10-round bantamweight affair.
“There were rumors that a fight between me and Mickey Bey was on the brink of happening prior to my fight against Denis Shafikov, so now that it is here, I know it was destined to happen,” said Barthelemy.  “I’m not a rookie anymore. I’m not going into this worried or nervous about it being my first title defense at 135. I’m comfortable enough now to see every fight as just another challenge I need to execute my game plan the most effectively and with the least amount of errors.”
“Barthelemy won my title, I had to vacate it due to a hand injury, so all he is doing is keeping it warm for me,” said Bey. “Training camp is going great. I have been training hard for over a month. I have the best team in the business, with the most knowledgeable trainers. I’m looking forward to the challenge with him being undefeated and a two-time world champion. We both have a lot of skills, so it will make an entertaining fight for sure.”
“I want to challenge all of the bantamweight champions to fight me so they can see a real athlete in the ring,” said Rodriguez. “I have been training hard. This is a lifestyle for me. I have been training since December and on June 3, I am going to deliver a knockout.”
“I’m excited about this opportunity against a good young fighter,” said Proa. “I’ve been training hard and feel like this is my time. I’m going to come forward and see what this guy can do.”
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Kings Promotions, Warriors Boxing,Mayweather Promotions and Panther Promotions, are priced at $130, $80, $60 and $35 and are on sale now. All seats are reserved and available at all Ticketmaster outlets, online at or charge by phone: 1-800-745-3000. Doors open at 5:30 pm, with the first fight set to begin at 6:30 p.m. *Additional fees may apply.
“This will be a tremendous night of boxing on Spike TV,” said Marshall Kauffman of King’s Promotions. “Barthelemy is an up-and-coming star in the sport and he is facing a former world champion who never lost his belt in the ring. This will be a great fight and there should be a great atmosphere with a lot of Cuban boxing fans there to support their world champion.”
“We’re looking forward to bringing a great night of boxing to the State of Florida. We’re giving the fans another treat come June 3rd. The card is stacked with matchups that will undoubtedly be crowd pleasers,” said Leonard Ellerbe, CEO of MayweatherPromotions.   “Both Mickey Bey and Rances Barthelemy have world titles under their belts, so they will bring in the experience of being able to perform, and match it up against one another to see who will come out the best man standing at the end of the night.”
“We at Panther Promotions are very excited for this June 3rd card at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,” said Elliot Alvarado, CEO, Panther Promotions. “We are proudly joining forces with both Mayweather and Kings Promotions, which are featuring PBC on Spike TV. This is going to be a sensational evening of boxing featuring Cuban Lightweight Champion Rances Barthelemy vs. Cleveland’s own former champion, Mickey Bey. Our goal is to bring back the classic fights to the Seminole Hard Rock Live in South Florida.”
A Cuban amateur national champion, 29-year-old Barthelemyhas yet to taste defeat since turning pro in 2009. Born in Cuba but now fighting out of Las Vegas, he won a super featherweight world title in July 2014 by defeating Argenis Mendez in impressive fashion, and followed that up with a second round TKO victory over Angino Perez. After dominating former champion Antonio DeMarco in June, he won a world title in a second division when he impressively defeated Denis Shafikov in December.
Bey won his world title in 2014 with a decision victory over long reigning champion Miguel Vasquez. The 32-year-old vacated his title due to inactivity and injuries but returned in December to defeat previously unbeaten Naim Nelson by decision to earn himself a shot at the very title he vacated. Bey’s previous victories include defeats against Alan Herrera, Carlos Cardenas and Hector Velazquez.
At just 23-years-old, Rodriguez has been on a fast track towards a world title fight since turning pro in 2012. He made his U.S. debut in November by stopping Eliecer Aquino after previously taking down Gabor Molnar, Luis Hinojosa and Alex Rangel in 2015. The Manati, Puerto Rico-born fighter will bring his exciting style into the ring against another tough opponent on June 3.
Fighting out of Monterrey, Mexico, Proa will be fighting in the U.S. for the third time when he takes on Rodriguez on June 3. The 31-year-old was unbeaten in his first 28 pro starts and has won his last two bouts, including most recently a first round stoppage of Oswaldo Delgado in February.
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An action-packed primetime doubleheader of world title fights, headlined by the explosive clash between welterweight champion Keith “One Time” Thurman and former champion “Showtime” Shawn Porter, will come to Barclays Center onSaturday, June 25.

The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on CBS presented by Premier Boxing Champions telecast will begin with a featherweight battle between current champion Jesus Cuellar and former three-division world champion Abner Mares.

Joining the action, popular local contenders Heather “The Heat” Hardy and Adam Kownacki will return to Barclays Center to put their undefeated records on the line.Jarrett Hurd (17-0, 11 KOs) will face Oscar Molina (13-0, 10 KOs) in a 10-round super welterweight contest and David Benavidez (14-0, 13 KOs) squares off against Francy Ntetu (16-0, 3 KOs) in an eight-round light heavyweight bout. Also joining the card will be Regis Prograis (17-0, 14 KOs) and Jonathan Alonso (8-0, 4 KOs) fighting in separate bouts.


Former Boxcino champions and World Title Challengers Willie Monroe Jr. and John Thompson Clash in Middleweight Bout On Saturday, June 11 at The Turning Stone Casino Resort, Live on SHOWTIME EXTREME®
Plus Boxcino Heavyweight Champion Andrey Fedosov
Battles Mario Heredia In SHO EXTREME Opener
Live on SHOWTIME® AT 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT
Tickets Are On Sale!
For Immediate Release
PHILADELPHIA (May 16, 2016) — It will be a battle of the Boxcino champions when former world title challengers, Willie Monroe Jr. and John Thompson, square off in a 10-round middleweight bout in the main event of SHOWTIME BOXING on SHO EXTREME onSaturday, June 11, live 7 p.m. ET/PT from The Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, N.Y.
In the SHO EXTREME co-feature, Boxcino 2015 heavyweight champion Andrey Fedosov(28-3, 23 KOs) will face Mario Heredia (11-1, 9 KOs, 1-2 in WSB) in a 10-round heavyweight bout.
The SHO EXTREME bouts will precede a SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXINGtripleheader that will feature Ruslan Provodnikov taking on John Molina Jr. in what should be an action-packed junior welterweight bout for as long as it lasts.
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Banner Promotions, Inc., are priced at $85, $60, $45 and $35 and are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Turning Stone Box Office, by calling 877.833.SHOW, or online at Ticketmaster (
Monroe Jr., of nearby Rochester, N.Y., and Thompson, of Newark, N.J., have near identical records. Monroe is 19-2 with six knockouts, Thompson’s 17-2 with six knockouts.
The 29 year-old Monroe won the 2014 Boxcino Middleweight Tournament with victories overDonatas Bondorovas (18-4-1), Vitaly Kopylenko (23-0) and Brandon Adams (14-0).  He followed Boxcino up with an impressive 10-round unanimous decision over perennial contender Brian Vera last January.
Monroe’s win streak set up an opportunity on May 16, 2015, to fight middleweight kingpin Gennady Golovkin. Monroe put up a solid effort and gave Golovkin his toughest test to date, but came up short in his title opportunity.
“I am glad to be back, and I look forward to fighting in front of my loyal fans who will come from Rochester to see me fight,” Monroe said.
The 27 year-old Thompson won the 2015 Boxcino Junior Middleweight tournament with wins over Ricardo Pinell (10-1-1), Stanyslav Skorokhod (9-0) and Brandon Adams (17-1).

Following the 2015 Boxcino tournament, Thompson traveled to Manchester, England to fight undefeated Liam Smith for the WBO Junior Middleweight title on Oct. 10, 2015.  Thompson was impressive and was ahead on the scorecards before being stopped in the seventh round.

“I have been training hard, and I look forward to fighting another Boxcino champion like Willie Monroe,” Thompson said. “It should make for a great fight.”

Since winning the Boxcino tournament, when he stopped Donovan Dennis in the eighth round on May 22, 2015, Fedosov has been out of the ring with lingering injuries. Now he is back training at the famed Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles readying for his ring return.

“I am glad that I will finally be getting back in the ring,” Fedosov said. “I got some time to rest and now I feel better and stronger than ever. I just want to get in that ring on June 11. I am looking forward to putting on a great show as I look for a major fight.”

Heredia, of Merida, Mexico, will be looking for a signature victory to catapult his career and become a player in the suddenly open heavyweight division.

“This is a big opportunity for me,” he said. “I was scheduled to be in the Boxcino tournament, but I had an injury, and I feel I would have won it.  Now to be able to face and beat the champion will prove what I thought all along.”
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Provodnikov-Molina Jr. will headline a live SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOOXING tripleheader live on SHOWTIME (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT) that will also feature a WBC Super Welterweight Elimination bout between Demetrius Andrade and Willie Nelson, plus a battle for the vacant WBC Lightweight World Championship that will pit No. 1 Dejan Zlaticanin against No. 2 Emiliano Marsili.
Turning Stone Resort Casino is no stranger to hosting high caliber nationally televised boxing events. Last year, Turning Stone hosted the epic battle between Provodnikov and Matthysee, selected over arenas in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Miami. When Provodnikov returns to Turning Stone on June 11th, it will mark Turning Stone’s 18th nationally-televised boxing event, cementing the resort as a mecca for knockout fights. Located in Upstate New York, Turning Stone is an award-winning destination resort, offering world-class amenities including four hotels, 21 restaurants and dining options, two luxurious spas, 1,200 square foot Las Vegas style gaming floor, five beautiful golf courses, and several bars, cocktail lounges and nightlife venues.

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May 14, 2016

Ice Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK (5)

Lee Haskins vs. Ivan Morales

Craig Kennedy vs. Joel Tambwe Djeko

Andrew Selby vs. Louis Norman

Sportsmans Lodge, Studio City, CA, USA (UniMas)

Toka Kahn Clary vs. Orlando Rizo

Saul Rodriguez vs. Daulis Prescott

Esquiva Falcao vs. Paul Valenzuela Jr

Andy Ruiz Jr vs. Ray Austin

Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico (beIN)

Raul Hirales vs. Jose Cayetano

Antonio DeMarco vs. TBA

UAT, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico (Azteca)

Carlos Diaz Ramirez vs. Roberto Marroquin

Patricio Moreno vs. Carlos Jimenez

Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico (Televisa)

Mariana Juarez vs. Tamao Ozawa

Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia (Match)

Mairis Briedis vs. Olanrewaju Durodola

Rauch, Buenos Aires, Argentina (TyC Sports)

Marisa Nunez vs. Adela Peralta

Philadelphia, PA, USA (

Jonathan Maicelo vs. Ramesis Gil

May 17, 2016

Black Bear Casino, Carlton, Minnesota, USA (FS1)

Murat Gassiev vs. Jordan Shimmell

John Wesley Nofire vs. Joey Abell

May 19, 2016

Rayong, Thailand (3)

Nawaphon Chokchai vs. Macrea Gandionco

May 20, 2016

Casino Del Sol, Tucson, Arizona, USA (CBSSN)

Hanzel Martinez vs. Isaac Nettey

Emmanuel Robles vs. Gerardo Cuevas

Fantasy Springs, Indio, California, USA (Estrella)

Eddie Gomez vs. John Karl Sosa

Fidel Maldonado Jr vs. Art Hovhannisyan

May 21, 2016

Khodynka Ice Palace, Moscow, Russia (BoxNation / RPC 4)

Deontay Wilder vs. Alexander Povetkin

Denis Lebedev vs. Victor Emilio Ramirez

Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, NV, USA (Showtime)

Erislandy Lara vs. Vanes Martirosyan

Jermall Charlo vs. Austin Trout

Jermell Charlo vs. John Jackson

O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, UK (Dave)

David Haye vs. Arnold Gjergjaj

Shannon Briggs vs. Alexander Dimitrenko

Joe Mullender vs. Lee Markham

Event Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA (CBSSN)

Arif Magomedov vs. Andrew Hernandez

John Vera vs. Joey Ruelas

Vodafone, Manukau, New Zealand (Main Event / Sky)

Joseph Parker vs. Carlos Takam

Laredo, Texas, USA (UniMas)

Raymundo Beltran vs. Ivan Najera

Alex Saucedo vs. Claudinei Lacerda

Torreon, Mexico (beIN)

Francisco Rodriguez Jr vs. TBA

Gál József Sporthall, Cegléd, Hungary (M4)

Szabolcs Pintye vs. Szabolcs Szabo

Paris, France

Youri Kalenga vs. Yunier Dorticos

May 24, 2016

Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina (TyC Sports)

Guido Pitto vs. Marcelo Caceres

May 25, 2016

Beijing, China

Amnat Ruenroeng vs. John Riel Casimero

May 27, 2016

Seneca Casino, Niagara Falls, NY, USA (CBSSN)

Jarrell Miller vs. Nick Guivas

Harmonito Dela Torre vs. Guillermo Sanchez

Claridge Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ, USA (

Isiah Seldon vs. Eddie Edmond

May 28, 2016

Gila River Arena, Glendale, AZ, USA (CBSSN)

David Avanesyan vs. Shane Mosley

The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland, UK (Sky)

Ricky Burns vs. Michele Di Rocco

Tyrone Nurse vs. Willie Limond

Cowboys Dance Hall, San Antonio, TX, USA (FS1)

Felix Diaz vs. Miguel Vazquez

Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico (Televisa)

Nery Saguilan vs. Marcos Villasana Jr

Rey Vargas vs. Alexis Boureima Kabore

Arena Midt, Kjellerup, Denmark (3+)

Alexander Hagen vs. Abel Gevor

Patrick Nielsen vs. TBA

Szczecin, Poland (PolSat)

Krzysztof Wlodarczyk vs. Kai Kurzawa

Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines

Donnie Nietes vs. Raul Garcia

Milan Melindo vs. Javier Mendoza

May 29, 2016

Goodison Park, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK (Sky)

Tony Bellew vs. Ilunga Makabu

January 21st at Kravis Center

Island Boxing with Cops helping Kids

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Daniel Jacobs vs. Peter Quillin: Battle for Brooklyn | December 5th on SHOWTIME


The Fighting News Reports on Olympic Trials:


USA Boxing is currently in the process of amending the selection procedures to distinguish between the competition that is to be conducted with the six qualified athletes in the lightweight division and the other weight divisions that have yet to be qualified. This competition will take place December 7-12 in Reno, Nevada. If you wish to compete in this event, your travel to Reno and housing there will be covered by USA Boxing.

Olympic Trials for Men’s Boxing Qualifying Tournaments


Light flyweight/108 lbs

1. Nico Hernandez, Wichita, Kansas (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Melik Elliston, Denver, Colo. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Pablo Ramirez, Weslaco, Texas (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. D’Angelo Sandate, Thornton, Colo. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Leroy Davila, Princeton, N.J. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Adrian Servin, Phoenix, Ariz. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Nicholas Scaturicho, Hartsdale, N.Y. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Rondarrius Hunter, Atlanta, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Flyweight/114 lbs

1. Brent Venegas III, Sacramento, Calif. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Antonio Vargas, Kissimmee, Fla. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Aarkeyse Higdon, Lansing, Mich. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Gilbert Renteria, Houston, Texas (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Jay Crenshaw, Houston, Texas (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Christian Carto, Deptford, N.J. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Eros Correa, San Jose, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Khalid Twaiti, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Bantamweight/123 lbs

1. Francisco Martinez, Dallas, Texas (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Ruben Villa, Salinas Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

3. Irvin Gonzalez, Worcester, Mass. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Shakur Stevenson, Newark, N.J. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

5. Mikhail Montgomery, Macon, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Duke Ragan, Cincinnati, Ohio (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

7. Efren Lopez, Fresno, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

*As the 2015 USA Boxing National Champion has turned professional, there will be seven boxers competing in the bantamweight division at the Olympic Trials

Lightweight/132 lbs – Please see above information regarding the lightweight division 

Light welterweight/141 lbs

1. Tyrek Irby, Oxon Hill, Md. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Luis Feliciano, Milwaukee, Wis. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Gary Russell, Capitol Heights, Md. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Rahim Gonzales, Sylmar, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Jaron Ennis, Philadelphia, Pa. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Jamaine Ortiz-Rodriguez, Worcester, Mass. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Abraham Nova, Albany, N.Y. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Richardson Hitchins, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Welterweight/152 lbs

1. Brian Ceballo, Brooklyn, N.Y. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Ardreal Holmes, Flint, Mich. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Jose Alday, Jr., Odessa, Texas (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Vardges Vardanyan, Panorama City, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Paul Kroll, Philadelphia, Pa. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Mark Dawson, Philadelphia, Pa. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Ferdinand Kerobyan, N. Hollywood, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Rashid Stevens, Gahanna, Ohio (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Middleweight/165 lbs

1. Anthony Campbell, Covington, Tenn. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Chordale Booker, Brooklyn, N.Y. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Marquis Moore, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Christopher Ousley, Middleton, Wis. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Leshawn Rodriguez, Medford, N.J. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Trevor Lattimore, Bridgeport, Conn. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Charles Conwell, Cleveland Heights, Ohio (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Carlos Monroe, Snellville, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Light heavyweight/178 lbs

1. Steven Nelson, Omaha, Neb. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Edward Ortiz, San Antonio, Texas (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Miguel Teo, Framingham, Mass. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Richard Vansiclen, Seattle, Wash. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Jonathan Esquivel, Anaheim, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Elvis Figueroa, New Haven, Conn. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Joseph George, Houston, Texas (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Eric Moon, Marietta, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Heavyweight/201 lbs

1. Joshua Temple, St. Louis, Mo. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Patrick Ferguson, Spokane, Wash. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Cam F. Awesome, Lenexa, Kansas  (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Derae Crane, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Adrian Taylor, Mesquite, Texas (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Hakim Lopez, Lithonia, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Brandon Glanton, Atlanta, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Sardius Simmons, Flint, MIch. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

Super heavyweight/201+ lbs

1. Cam F. Awesome, Lenexa, Kansas (WSB and World Championship Team Trial)

2. Darmani Rock, Philadelphia, Pa. (USA Boxing National Championships)

3. Marlo Moore, Hayward, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

4. Brandon Glanton, Ellenwood, Ga. (Olympic Trials Qualifier I)

5. Alante Green, Cleveland, Ohio (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

6. Manase Raikadroka, Inglewood, Calif. (Olympic Trials Qualifier II)

7. Brandon Lynch, Albany, N.Y. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

8. Nkosi Solomon, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Olympic Trials Qualifier III)

It’s being billed as “World Heavyweight Champs” and features former 2-time heavyweight champ, Shannon Briggs, as its headliner.  There is no doubt that Briggs (58-6-1, 51 KOs) will have a very aggressive mentality as he steps into the ring that night to take on Mike Marrone (21-4, 15 KOs).  Even though Briggs, who currently holds the world record for 1st round KOs @ 38, needs no motivation to make an attempt at keeping that record going, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have some.
And, have some he shall, as his self-proclaimed arch nemesis, Wladimir Klitschko, will be ringside.  These days, Shannon can be found just about wherever Wlad is hanging out.  Briggs has done everything in his power to get under Klitschko’s skin in an attempt to set up a match-up, where Shannon would like his shot at reclaiming glory as the lineal heavyweight champion once again.  There is no doubt in my mind that – provided the fight goes Shannon’s way and he is victorious – he will shout and heckle the current #1-ranked heavyweight in the world, calling him out and (perhaps) even chase him around the arena (wouldn’t be surprised).
Along with Klitschko, expected in attendance will be at least 20 former heavyweight champions, including the likes of Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Riddick Bowe, Lennox Lewis, Bruce Seldon, Leon & Michael Spinks, Roy Jones Jr, John Ruiz, James “Bonecrusher” Smith, Hasim Rahman, Michael Moorer, George Foreman, among many others.  If you are even a little bit of a boxing fan, this is an event that should not be missed.  The boxing celebrity promises to be incredible and will not stop at just these champions.  No doubt other heavyweights like Razor Ruddock and Jameel McCline will grace us with their presence, as they are locals.  Of course, who can forget that there will undoubtedly be many non-heavyweights in attendance as well.  I can’t imagine Warrior’s own Glenn Johnson not showing up, as he lives down the street.  How can Leon & Michael come all the way to South Florida and not pick up Corey along the way?
Now, I’m not trying to take the spotlight away from center stage, however.  Need I remind you that there will be 16 professional heavyweights in action Saturday night?  I’m expecting hard shots and knockouts galore!  We may even have the privilege of seeing a future heavyweight champ lace them up on that night.  All in all, this is an event for the ages; one that people will be talking about for years to come.  “Picture if you will,” they will say, “a stadium filled with world-class professional fighters, Miami Dolphins players, Miami Heat players, Hall of Famers, celebrities, and a few thousand fans on hand…  and, I was there.”
Will you be there?
 By Mike Feinberg The Fighting News Reporter
Saturday, September 5th, 2015
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
1 Seminole Way
Hollywood, FL 33314


WBO Cruiserweight Title

Marco Huck vs. Krzysztof Glowacki

September 5

Shannon Briggs vs Mike Marrone
Hard Rock Florida

September 11

WBC Light Heavyweight Title

Adonis Stevenson vs. TBA

September 12

Lineal Welterweight Championship

Floyd Mayweather vs. TBA

September 19

WBO Middleweight Title

Andy Lee vs. Billy Joe Saunders

September 19

WBA Strawweight Title

Hekkie Budler vs. Simphiwe Khonco

September 22

WBC Bantamweight Title

Shinsuke Yamanaka vs. Anselmo Moreno

October 3

WBC Junior Welterweight Title

Lucas Matthysse vs. Viktor Postol

October 17

WBA/IBF Middleweight Title UNIFICATION

Gennady Golovkin vs. David Lemieux

October 24

WBA/WBO/IBF Heavyweight Titles

Wladimir Klitschko vs. Tyson Fury


BIG Non-Title Fights

August 1

Danny Garcia vs. Paulie Malignaggi, 12 rounds, welterweights

Daniel Jacobs vs. Sergio Mora, 12 rounds, middleweights

August 14

Antonio Tarver vs. Steve Cunningham, 12 rounds, heavyweights

August 15

Lucian Bute vs. Andrea Di Luisa, 10 rounds, light heavyweights

August 29

Leo Santa Cruz vs. Abner Mares, 12 rounds, featherweights

Shane Mosley vs. Ricardo Mayorga, rematch, 12 rounds, junior middleweights

September 6

Peter Quillin vs. TBA, 10 or 12 rounds, middleweights

Austin Trout vs. Joey Hernandez, 10 rounds, junior middleweights

October 3

Antonio Orozco vs. Humberto Soto, 10 rounds, junior welterweights

Notable Fighters

August 15

Roy Jones Jr. vs. TBA, 10 rounds, cruiserweights

Chazz Witherspoon vs. TBA, 10 rounds, heavyweights

Glen Johnson vs. Avni Yildirim, 12 rounds, light heavyweights

August 19

Danny Green vs. Tamas Kovacs, 12 rounds, cruiserweights

August 29

Roy Jones Jr. vs. Danny Santiago, 10 rounds, cruiserweights

September 25

Tomasz Adamek vs. Przemyslaw Saleta, 10 rounds, heavyweights




A Worthy Welterweight

by Mike Feinberg

It’s no surprise to anyone who knows a thing or two about boxing that the welterweight division is the most talent-filled division in the sport of boxing.  Two of boxing’ best welterweights (not named Mayweather or Pacquiao) squared off last night at the MGM in Las Vegas in front of a packed house live on NBC’s Premier Boxing ChampionsAdrien Broner, 30-1, entered the fight having only tasted defeat one time.  His lone loss came at the hands of Marcos Maidana, who you may recall fought Floyd Mayweather, Jr. twice in 2014.  Broner’s opponent for the night was former IBF Welterweight Champion Shawn Porter, 25-1-1, whose only loss came by the hands of undefeated Englishman Kell Brook, who is a possible front-runner for Mayweather’s final opponent in September.  The fight started out very awkwardly, with both men unable to find an immediate groove until later on…..

Rd 1 – Porter began backing Broner up against the ropes.
Porter started lunging & landing cleanly.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 2 – Porter continued with the same tactics.  Broner was throwing wildly & missing his target.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 3 – Broner began holding & pushing.  The fighters were fighting closely.  There was no clear-cut aggressor in the fight so far.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 4 – Porter became more aggressive this round.  Porter kept the fight in close.  Porter was not allowing Broner to open up and box.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 5 – Porter began coming forward.  Broner found some room to fight.  Broner landed some big counter-shots.
Broner 10, Porter 9

Rd 6 – Broner got comfortable and began finding a rhythm.  Broner was fighting off his back foot & landing shots.
Broner 10, Porter 9

Rd 7 – The fight got very sloppy.  There was way too much holding and clinching.  There were no clean punches or power shots.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 8 – Porter began landing some decent shots.  Porter was throwing clubbing shots w/ KO power.  However, Porter’s shots were not landing cleanly.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 9 – This was a fairly even round.  Broner was on the move and was sticking & moving.
Broner 10, Porter 9

Rd 10 – Porter began landing more shots now and landing them with both hands.  Porter was looking for a KO.  Porter was clearly landing the harder shots this round.
Porter 10, Broner 9

Rd 11 – Porter was trying to work and was landing some hard shots.  Broner was holding & running.  Broner lost a point for holding midway through the round.  Porter looked to be in complete control now.
Porter 10, Broner 8

Rd 12 – Broner was clearly behind on points.  Broner lands a devastating left hook that drops Porter just seconds into the round.  Porter was able to recover and hang on.  It was a strong Round 12 by both men.
Broner 10, Porter 8

The fight went to a decision.  My scorecard reflected 115-111 for Porter.  The judges’ scorecards showed:
114-112, 115-111, & 118-108 all for your winner, Shawn Porter.

Next month, Keith “One Time” Thurman will be fighting in Tampa.  If he is successful, my opinion is that a Porter v. Thurman match-up is a great way to see who is one of the most dominant in the division.



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Welterweight Action from Warriors Boxing and Hialeah Park Raceway and Casino.

By Matthew Benoliel The Fighting News Repotrter

March 26, 2015. Miami, Florida. Welterweight Fredrick Lawson (23-0, 20 KOs) “doesn’t believe in knockouts,” but you wouldn’t know it by looking at his record. In the pre-fight sound byte, Lawson proclaimed that he wanted a war, to be tested, to go the distance and may the best man win. In Thursday night’s bout against the veteran Brandeis Prescott, Lawson took advantage of the opportunity to prove himself against a dangerous opponent, a man who once knocked out Amir Khan in one round. Although smaller, having spent most of his career in the lightweight and light welterweight divisions, Prescott is more experienced and is arguably the better boxer. He represents a step-up in the quality of opposition as Lawson has many of his wins against fighters with zeroes in the first column of their records.

After an exciting two rounds, Lawson was awarded a knockdown after an illegal blow that landed on the back on Prescott’s head. Prescott lost his footing, possibly due to a wet canvas. At any rate, this knockdown had an effect on the outcome of the fight. After winning most of the early rounds, Lawson’s energy seemed to fade in round seven and the younger, stronger fighter failed to capitalize in any of the later rounds. This was a close fight that could have gone either way on the judge’s scorecards. Unfortunately, Lawson couldn’t find a decent punch to follow up his otherwise impressive and accurate jab in rounds nine and ten. At the same time, Prescott seemed to be giving in to his age, his swollen eyes and the Miami humidity. In the end, the split decision went to Frederick Lawson with the judges scoring the bout 95-94, 95-94, and 93-96.

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Fox Sports 1 – April 2 (10PM ET/7PM PT)
Julian Ramirez vs. Raul Hidalgo

Petr Petrov vs. Gamaliel Diaz
UFC Fight Night
Chad Mendes vs. Ricardo Lamas
(UFC featherweight)
Adonis Stevenson vs. Sakio Bika
(WBC light heavyweight title)
Gabriel Rosado vs. Curtis Stevens
(BKB middleweight)



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The Fighting News Reports: by Matt Benoliel Reporter

ESPN Championship Pro Boxing Returns to South Florida

On March 26, 2015 Hialeah Park Racing and Casino will once again host “Noche De Combates” along with co-promoters Warriors Boxing Promotions for ESPN’s Thursday Night Fights.

Headlining the event is Breidis “El Khanqueror” Prescott (27-6, 20 KOs) of Colombia vs. Fredrick “General Okunka” Lawson (23-0, 20 KOs) of Ghana.   This will be a key fight for the local favorite Prescott, who fights out of Miami.  Prescott, who KO’d Amir Khan in 2008, has always been an exciting fighter and is at a point in his career where he needs to put another W on his record.  The undefeated Lawson is a formidable opponent whose fight career includes just two bouts in the United States, but his record speaks for itself.

Also on the card are two undefeated Cuban Heavyweights, Yasmany “El Tiburon” Consuegra (16-0, 14 KOs) taking on Robert Alfonso (4-0).

The card is also expected to include the Lightweight debut of the undefeated reigning IBF Super-Featherweight champion Rances “Kid Blast” Barthelemy (21-0, 12KOs).  Another hometown favorite fighting out of Miami, the Cuban-born Barthelemy always puts on a good show and it will be exciting to see what he can do in the Lightweight division.




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Zou Shiming Vying for First Title Against Long-time Foe


MACAO (February 17, 2015) — The upcoming Chinese New Year will begin on February 19, 2015 — The Year of the Sheep.  But Chinese boxing fans from around the world are hoping it will also usher in the beginning of The Shiming Dynasty.  After winning three World Championships and two Olympic gold medals as an amateur, ZOU SHIMIINGin only his seventh professional fight and 23 months removed from his professional debut, will be challenging undefeated International Boxing Federation (IBF) flyweight world champion AMNAT RUENROENG.  The Showdown at Sands: Zou Shiming vs. Amnat Ruenroeng will headline an exciting all-action world championship boxing event,SATURDAY, MARCH 7, at The Venetian® Macao’s Cotai Arena.






Tuesday, December 30 2014
Metropolitan Gym, Tokyo, Japan
Omar Narvaez vs. Naoya Inoue (WBO jr bantamweight title)
Pedro Guevarra vs. Akira Yaegashi (WBC light flyweight eliminator)
Jorge Linares vs. Javier Pierto (WBC lightweight eliminator)
Ryota Murata vs. Jessie Nicklow (middleweight)

Wednesday, December 31 2014
Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan
Takashi Uchiyama vs. Israel Perez (WBA super featherweight title)
Kohei Kono vs. Norberto Jimenez (WBA super-flyweight title)
Alberto Rossel vs. Ryoichi Taguchi (WBA light-flyweight title)

Wednesday, December 31 2014
Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka, Japan
Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Hisashi Amagasa (WBA/WBO super bantamweight titles)
Katsunari Takayama vs. Go Odaira (IBF/WBO minimumweight titles)

Friday, January 9 2015
Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma, Washington
Mike Gavronski vs. Louis Rose (middleweight)
Virgil Green vs. Will Hughes (super lightweight)
Jeremy McCleary vs. Damen Wood (super featherweight)

Friday, January 9 2015
Morongo Casino, Cabazon, California
Ivan Redkach vs. TBA (lightweight)

Friday, January 9 2015
Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California
Darleys Perez vs. Jonathan Maicelo (WBA interim lightweight title)
Francisco Santana vs. Sebastian Lujan (super welterweight)

FOX Sports 1
Friday, January 9 2015
Madison Square Garden Theater, New York City
Dusty Hernandez Harrison vs. Tommy Rainone (welterweight)
Tureano Johnson vs. Alex Theran (middleweight)
Chris van Heerden vs. Cecil McCalla (welterweight)

Saturday, January 10 2015
Texas Station Casino, Las Vegas
Jessie Magdaleno vs. Erik Ruiz (super bantamweight)

Friday, January 16 2015
Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York
Petr Petrov vs. William Silva (lightweight)
Willie Monroe Jr. vs. Bryan Vera (middleweight)

Saturday, January 17 2015
Oceanview Pavilion, Port Hueneme, California
Jose Zepeda vs. Rafael Cobos (welterweight)
Alex Saucedo vs. TBA (welterweight)
Abraham Lopez meets Bihal Mahasin (welterweight)
Daniel Franco vs. TBA (super featherweight)
Zachary Wohlman vs. TBA (welterweight)

Saturday, January 17 2015
MGM Grand, Las Vegas
Bermane Stiverne vs. Deontay Wilder (WBC heavyweight title)
Leo Santa Cruz vs. TBA (WBC super bantamweight title)

FOX Sports 1
Tuesday, January 20 2015
2300 Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Eric Hunter vs. Rene Alvarado (featherweight)
Michael Perez vs. TBA (super lightweight)
Lamont Roach Jr. vs. TBA (super featherweight)

Thursday, January 22 2015
Webster Hall in New York City
Steven Bujaj vs. TBA (cruiserweight)
Junior Wright vs. TBA (cruiserweight)
Alexey Zubov vs. TBA (cruiserweight)

Saturday, January 24 2015
1stBank Center, Bloomfield, Colorado
Mike Alvarado vs. Brandon Rios III (welterweight)
Gilberto Ramirez vs. Maxim Vlasov (super middleweight)

Saturday, January 24 2015
GPG Event Center, Pennsauken, New Jersey
Harry Joe Yorgey vs. TBA (middleweight)
Chazz Witherspoon vs. TBA (heavyweight)
Darryl Bunting vs. Ryan Bivins (light heavyweight)
Nick Valliere vs. Josue Rivera (welterweight
Erik Spring vs. TBA (super welterweight)
Jeffrey McCalla vs. TBA (middleweight)
Malik Hawkins vs. TBA (welterweight)
Courtney Blocker vs. TBA (super lightweight)

FOX Sports 1
Monday, January 26 2015
Cowboy’s Dance Hall, San Antonio, Texas
Rocky Juarez vs. Robinson Castellanos (featherweight)

Friday, January 30 2015
Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut
Karl Dargan vs. Tony Luis (lightweight)
Russell Lamour vs. Thomas Falowo (super welterweight)

Saturday, January 31 2015
All Phones Arena, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Sonny Bill Williams vs. Chauncey Welliver (heavyweight)

Saturday, January 31 2015
O2 Arena, London
Kevin Mitchell vs. Daniel Estrada (WBC lightweight eliminator
Anthony Joshua vs. Kevin Johnson (heavyweight)

Saturday, February 21 2015
O2 World Arena, Berlin, Germany
Arthur Abraham vs. Paul Smith (WBO super middleweight title)
David Price vs. TBA (heavyweight)

Saturday, February 21 2015
Salle des etoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco
Gennady Golovkin vs. Martin Murray (WBA middleweight title)

FOX Sports 1
Friday, February 27 2015
Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California
Randy Caballero vs. Alberto Guevara (IBF bantamweight title)

Friday, February 27 2015
The Paramount, Huntington, New York
Cletus Seldin vs. Johnny Garcia (super lightweight)

Saturday, February 28 2015
Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Carl Frampton vs. Chris Avalos (IBF super bantamweight title)

Saturday, February 28 2015
O2 Arena, London
Tyson Fury vs. Christian Hammer (heavyweight)
Chris Eubank Jr vs. TBA (middleweight)

Saturday, March 7 2015
Cotai Arena at the Venetian Macau – Macau, China
Zou Shiming vs. Amnat Ruenroeng (IBF flyweight championship)

Saturday, March 14 2015
Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Sergey Kovalev vs. Jean Pascal (WBA/IBF/WBO light heavyweight titles)

Saturday, March 21 2015
Stadthalle, Rostock, Germany
Juergen Braehmer vs. TBA (WBA light heavyweight title)

Saturday, April 25 2015
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Wladimir Klitschko vs. TBA (WBA/IBF/WBO heavyweight title)

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Well there wasn’t a 1st round knockout but there was plenty of almost KO’s in the fight.  Pacquiao over Algieri fight was very one sided The Fighting News had Pacquiao for all rounds.  Surprisingly one judge had one round for Algieri.  The native long islander didn’t disappoint his fans going all 12 rounds with the champ.



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Freddy Roach predicts 1st round knockout for Pacquiao over Algieri.
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Mayhem: Mayweather vs Maidana 2

Fathom Events, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Mayweather Promotions, Golden Boy Promotions and Showtime bring Mayhem: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2 LIVE to movie theaters nationwide on Saturday, September 13.


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 Iron Mike Promotions (IMP) is bringing “Judgment Day” to Miami as International Boxing Federation (IBF) Junior Lightweight Champion Argenis “La Tormenta” Mendez (21-1-1, 1NC, 11 KOs) defends his world title Thursday night, July 10, in a rematch of a controversial fight last January against undefeated No. 1 contender Rances “Kid Blast” Barthelemy (19-0, 1 NC, 12 KOs). This fight will be on July 10, on Fox Sports I live from American Airlines Arena in Miami.

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Light middleweight contenders Michael “The Brazilian Rocky” Oliveira (21-1, 16 KOs) and former world champion Yuri Foreman (31-2, 8 KOs) in separate bouts at Hard Rock Live Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla.



Knockout Night Boxing November 12 at HARD ROCK FLORIDA

Featuring Yuri Forman and Michael Oliveira its going to be a great night of boxing.
Show Start Time: 7:00 PM
Doors Open Time: 6:00 PM
Ticket Price: $19 / $29 / $79




SUNRISE, FLORIDA (October 14) – Boxing’s popular new fight series Golden Boy Live! is back at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla. on Tuesday, November 26 with a stacked card featuring the return of former World Champion Antonio “Magic Man” Tarver facing West Virginia veteran Mike Sheppard in the 10 round main event which will be televised on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT. Also, featured on the card will be the Golden Boy Promotions debut of undefeated Cuban heavyweight star Luis “El Mercedez” Ortiz against a fighter to be announced in the co-featured fight that will get Florida fight fans up and cheering from bell to bell.

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SUNRISE, FLORIDA (Sept. 18) – Golden Boy Promotions returns to the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida on Monday, Oct.14, for the latest edition ofGolden Boy Live! on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes featuring unbeaten junior middleweight Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo against New York City southpaw Jose Angel “Silver Boy” Rodriguez.

The event will also feature a special guest appearance by boxing superstar and former World Champion Roy Jones Jr.

“Rodriguez is a tough veteran who has definitely fought quality opposition,” said Charlo. “It’s my job to make him look like an amateur and get him out of there. That’s what I plan on doing on October 14.”

“This is a great opportunity and I thank Golden Boy Promotions and FOX Sports 1 for making this happen,” said Rodriguez. “Now it’s up to me to get the job done and I’m more confident than ever that my hand will be raised.”

“We are very much looking forward to bringing the Golden Boy Live! series to the BB&T Center,” said Richard Schaefer, CEO of Golden Boy Promotions. “One of the best parts of consistently hosting this Monday night fight series, is the opportunity to showcase up and coming fighters in different cities so that fight fans across the country have the chance to see great fights live.”

Charlo vs. Rodriguez, a 10-round junior middleweight bout, is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment and sponsored by Corona and O’Reilly Auto Parts. The BB&T Center doors open at 7:00 p.m. ET and the first bell rings at 8:00 p.m. ET. The FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes bi-lingual simulcast will air live at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT. Additional televised undercard bouts will be announced shortly.

Tickets priced at $196.25 (VIP Tables), $75, $50 and $25, not including applicable service charges, are now available for purchase at all Ticketmaster outlets, by calling (800) 745-3000, online at and at the BB&T Center box office.

Houston’s Jermell Charlo (21-0, 10 KO’s) has stepped up big time in 2013, winning both the WBC Continental Americas and USBA Junior Middleweight Titles with his victories over Harry Joe Yorgey and Demetrius Hopkins, respectively. Now hoping to keep his unbeaten run intact when he battles the upset-minded Rodriguez, the 23-year-old “Iron Man” promises a performance to remember when he competes in front of the nation on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes.

A versatile veteran who has won five of his last six bouts, 34-year-old Jose Angel Rodriguez (17-2-1, 2 KO’s) is coming off of back-to-back victories over Russell Jordan and Denis Douglin that have him in fine stead heading into the biggest fight of his career against Charlo on Oct. 14. And given his southpaw style and experience, “Silver Boy” can certainly make it a tough night for the hot prospect in Florida.

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TKO! Showtime Breaks PPV Revenue Record With Mayweather Vs. Canelo Fight

The One has turned out to be No. 1. Floyd Mayweather’s victory over Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in Las Vegas on September 14 is now the highest-grossing pay-per-view event of all time. The Showtime presentation of the boxing match pulled in nearly $150 



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Mike Tyson And Evander Holyfield Reminisce About The Biting Incident

On Tuesday, we got to watch Mike Tyson play Punch Out for (maybe) the first time ever, but here we have some far more interesting footage from Fox Sports 1’s upcoming series about the former heavyweight boxer’s life: Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield 

Mike Tyson builds new life as boxing promoter, performer

Ever the showman, Mike Tyson has found new enterprises as a boxing promoter and a stage performer. Ethan Miller/Getty Images. VERONA, N.Y. (AP) — When Mike Tyson returns to boxing on Friday night, he’ll be on the outside of the ring looking in.

Mike Tyson, Teddy Atlas make up

Mike Tyson Opens Up. Mike Tyson, in his debut as a promoter Friday night, made amends with ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas, his former trainer, as part of his steps to recover as a “vicious alcoholic,” Tyson told ESPN’s Todd Grisham on “Friday Night Fights.”.

Mike Tyson vs Lou Savarese – Boxing Society

Boxing Fights: Mike Tyson vs Lou Savarese. Date: 6/24/00. Results: Tyson wins via 1st round TKO. Place: Hampden Park, Glasgow.


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MIKE TYSON most epic post-fight interview of all time.

Date: 6/24/2000

Craziest Line: “My style is impetuous, my defense is impregnable, and I’m just ferocious. I want your heart. I want to eat his children. All praise be to Allah!”











Golden Boy Promotions Announces Second Boxing Series Event At The BB&T Center Set For Saturday, June1 Featuring Braulio Santos vs. Derrick Wilson And
Daquan Arnett vs. Irving Garcia  On FOX Sports Networks, FOX Deportes And FUEL TV

Special Guest Appearance by Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns

SUNRISE, Fla. – Golden Boy Promotions and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced today that the second Golden Boy Boxing Series event is set for Saturday, June 1 at the BB&T Center with a world class doubleheader featuring Puerto Rican knockout artist Braulio Santos facing tough prospect Derrick Wilson in a 10-round featherweight main event and a 10-round welterweight co-main event that pits unbeaten Floridian Daquan Arnett against Puerto Rican veteran Irving Garcia which will be televised on FOX Sports Net, FOX Deportes and FUEL TV.

The event will also feature a special guest appearance by former World Champion Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns.

Santos vs. Wilson is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment and sponsored by Corona. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the first bell rings at 8 p.m.  The FOX Sports Networks and FOX Deportes bi-lingual simulcast will air live at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.  FUEL TV will rebroadcast the fight on Sunday, June 30 at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT.

Tickets priced at $196.25 (VIP Tables), $96.25, $46.25 and $21.25 not including applicable service charges, are on sale and available for purchase at all Ticketmaster outlets, by calling (800) 745-3000, online at or at the BB&T Center box office.

In addition to the June 1 event, the BB&T Center and Golden Boy Promotions will host additional live boxing events on Oct. 12, 2013 and Jan. 14, 2014.  Fight fans can purchase annual subscriptions for the three remaining events inclusive of VIP seating and boxing legend meet and greets by calling 954-835-CLUB.

23-year-old featherweight sensation Braulio Santos (10-0, 9 KO’s) has drawn comparisons to several Puerto Rican greats from the past thanks to his fast and heavy hands that have seen him knockout nine of his 10 professional opponents with six falling in the first round.  Fresh off of a 57 second knockout over 7-1 Kevin Hoskins in March, Santos will look for another quick finish in his third bout of 2013 on June 1.

A gutsy competitor who always shows up to fight, Fort Myers, Florida’s Derrick Wilson (9-4-2, 3 KO’s) hopes to snap a two-bout losing streak when he takes on Santos in his home state this June.  Best remembered for his first round knockout over then unbeaten Charles Huerta in 2009, the 24-year-old will look to recapture that form and expects to be at his best with home state fans in his corner against the highly-regarded Santos.

A 2009 Junior Olympic national champion, 20-year-old Daquan Arnett (10-0, 6 KO’s) of Winter Park, Fla. has been equally dazzling as a professional with his speed and power leaving opponents searching for answers that never arrive.  In his last two fights, Arnett has tarnished the unbeaten records of Jeremiah Wiggins (TKO 4) and Brandon Quarles (W 8) and he plans on defeating the veteran Garcia on June 1.

Hailing from Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, Irving Garcia (17-8-3, 8 KO’s) is a battle-tested warrior who has traded leather with Ishe Smith, Mike Jones, Luis Abregu and Said Ouali over the course of his nearly 15-year career.  Geared up to show rising star Arnett a thing or two this June, the 34-year-old can inject new life into his career with a win over the highly-touted prospect.

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Panther Promotions Presents World Class Boxing  March 15

Show Start Time: 7:00PM

Doors Open Time: 6:00PM

Ticket Price: $34 / $54 / $84

Panther Promotions Presents World Class Boxing at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood.





Press Release: Golden Boy Promotions and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced a Sunrise, Florida main event set for Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013 and will feature a junior welterweight showdown between Venezuela’s Johan Perez and ex-IBF 130 pound titlist Steve “Two Pounds” Forbes. Making a guest appearance at the show will be former cruiserweight and heavyweight world champion Evander Holyfield. The event will be televised live on Fox Sports Networks and Fox Deportes. In addition to the Jan. 12 event, the BB&T Center and Golden Boy will host additional live boxing events on June 1, 2013, Oct. 5, 2013 and Jan. 14, 2014. Nicknamed “El Terrible,” Johan Perez (15-1-1, 12 KO’s) [was practically given] the WBA interim title win but lost to Pablo Cesar Cano in July. The 35-year-old Forbes has been in the ring with some of the greats in boxing including Oscar De La Hoya, Andre Berto andCornelius “K9” Bundrage.

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HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park will play host to a Showtime-televised doubleheader Friday, Nov. 16 featuring top prospects from the boxing stable of world-renowned promoter Don King.

Undefeated junior middleweight contender Omar “Oh!” Henry (11-0-1, 9 KOs), from Chicago, will face a stiff test from “King” James de la Rosa (21-1, 12 KOs), from San Benito, Tex., while undefeated lightweight Angelo “La Cobra” Santana (13-0, 10 KOs) from Miami, will face similarly undefeated Juan “Johnny” Garcia (13-0, 8 KOs), from Holland, Mich.

Tickets are priced from $25 to $200 and can be purchased beginning Thursday at 2 p.m. at or by calling the box office at 954.457.6201.

Omar Henry has long been considered one of the top prospects in boxing. He earned a stellar amateur record of 60-5, and has remained undefeated in 12 professional contests.  Henry is now anxious to achieve the greatness that so many have predicted for him.

Young Mexican James de la Rosa is expected to provide Henry with the most difficult challenge of his young career.  Fighting out of South Texas, de la Rosa would love nothing more than to snap Henry’s unbeaten streak.  An excellent boxer with better-than-average power, de la Rosa is known for his speed and combinations, which have resulted in his 12 knockouts.

In the co-featured main event, two undefeated fighters—both 13-0—will tangle at lightweight when Angelo Santana meets Juan Garcia.

Santana was a two-time national champion in Cuba before heading to Miami to follow his girlfriend and dreams of winning a world championship.  Now married to that girlfriend, Santana is closing in on his first world-title shot.  At 24, Santana has matured to the point where he has stopped his last six opponents within four rounds or less.  In his last appearance, Santana earned his best win against a quality opponent in world-class contender Justin Savi, who he dispatched with a third round technical knockout on June 23.

Standing in his way is Garcia. No stranger to facing undefeated prospects, Garcia defeated William Jackson (10-0-1) last year. Garcia turned heads after he scored a shocking upset over highly touted Cuban Yordenis Ugas, who was 11-0 before they met on March 23.

A full undercard will be presented.  The event is promoted by Don King Productions.  Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Henry vs. de la Rosa and Santana vs. Garcia will be televised on “ShoBox: The Next Generation” live beginning at 11 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).


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AUGUST 2012 HEAVYWEIGHT: 200 lbs. +
WBA: Wladimir Klitschko
WBC: Vitali Klitschko
IBF: Wladimir Klitschko
WBO: Wladimir Klitschko
1. Alexander Povetkin
2. Ruslan Chagaev
3. Tony Thompson
4. Eddie Chambers
5. Tomasz Adamek
6. Chris Arreola
7. Denis Boystov
8. David Tua
9. Evander Holyfield
10. Kevin Johnson
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Beibut Shumenov
WBC: Bernard Hopkins
IBF: Tavoris Cloud
WBO: Nathan Cleverly
1. Zsolt Erdei
2. Chad Dawson
3. Ismayl Syllakh
4. Gabriel Campillo
5. Isaac Chilemba
6. Roberto Feliciano Bolonti
7. Gayrat Ahmedov
8. Sergey Kovalev
9. Marcus Vinicius de Oliveira
10. Andrzej Fonfara
11. Jose Alonzo
12. Adam Jaco

WBA: Andre Ward
WBC: Andre Ward
IBF: Lucian Bute
WBO: Robert Stieglitz
1. Kelly Pavlik
2. Arthur Abraham
3. Carl Froch
4. Brian Magee
5. Edwin Rodriguez
6. Peter Quillin
7. Anthony Dirrell
8. George Groves
9. Marco Antonio Periban
10. Adonis Stevenson
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Felix Sturm
WBC: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
IBF: Daniel Geale
WBO: Dimitry Pirog
1. Matt Korobov
2. Sebastian Sylvester
3. Marco Antonio Rubio
4. Osumanu Adama
5. David Lemieux
6. Kassim Ouma
7. Billi Godoy
8. Sergio Mora
9. Matthew Macklin
10. Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Floyd Mayweather
WBC: Saul Alvarez
IBF: Cornelius Bundradge
WBO: Zaurbek Baysangurov
1. Lucas Konecny
2. Erislandy Lara
3. Antonio Margarito
4. Kermit Cintron
5. Joey Hernandez
6. Ryan Rhodes
7. Charlie Ota
8. Demetrius Andrade
9. Gabriel Rosado
10. Yudel Jhonson
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Vyacheslav Senchenko
WBC: Floyd Mayweather
IBF: Vacant
WBO: Manny Pacquiao
1. Kell Brook
2. Mike Jones
3. Jan Zaveck
4. Alfonso Gomez
5. Rafal Jackiewicz
6. Paul Malignaggi
7. Luis Carlos Abregu
8. Ed Paredes
9. Sebastian Lujan
10. Selcuk Aydin
11.Nico Mueller
12. Not Rated

WBA: Lamont Peterson
WBC: Danny Garcia
IBF: Lamont Peterson
WBO: Timothy Bradley
1. Ajose Olusegun
2. Mike Alvarado
3. Joan Guzman
4. Kendall Holt
5. Amir Khan
6. Jessie Vargas
7. Mauricio Herrera
8. Kaizer Mabuza
9. Nate Campbell
10. Denis Shafikov
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Vacant
WBC: Antonio DeMarco
IBF: Miguel Vazquez
WBO: Ricky Burns
1. Robert Guerrero
2. John Molina
3. Gavin Rees
4. Anthony Peterson
5. Edner Cherry
6. Richard Abril
7. Mercito Gesta
8. Nihito Arakawa
9. Henry Lundy
10. Sharif Bogere
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Takashi Uchiyama
WBC: Takahiro Aoh
IBF: Juan Carlos Salgado
WBO: Adrien Broner
1. Argenis Mendez
2. Diego Magdaleno
3. Gary Buckland
4. Eloy Perez
5. Daniel Ponce De Leon
6. Terdsak Kokietgym
7. Seiichi Okada
8. Luis Cruz
9. Logan McGuinness
10. Yuandale Evans
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Vacant
WBC: Antonio DeMarco
IBF: Miguel Vazquez
WBO: Ricky Burns
1. Robert Guerrero
2. John Molina
3. Gavin Rees
4. Anthony Peterson
5. Edner Cherry
6. Richard Abril
7. Mercito Gesta
8. Nihito Arakawa
9. Henry Lundy
10. Sharif Bogere
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Rico Ramos
WBC: Toshiaki Nishioka
IBF: Takalani Ndlovu
WBO: Nonito Donaire
1. Sod Kokietgym
2. Victor Terrazas
3. Yenifel Vicente
4. Steve Molitor
5. Rico Ramos
6. Jorge Diaz
7. Teon Kennedy
8. P. Kratingdaenggym
9. Kiko Martinez
10. Yoandris Salinas
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Koki Kameda
WBC: Shinsuke Yamanaka
IBF: Abner Mares
WBO: Jorge Arce
1. A.J. Banal
2. Jamie McDonnell
3. David De La Mora
4. Thangthong Kiattaweesuk
5. Drian Francisco
6. Carlos Cuadras
7. Felipe Orucuta
8. Nestor Rocha
9. Christian Esquivel
10. Eric Morel
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Tepparith Singwancha
WBC: Yota Sato
IBF: Rodrigo Guerrero
WBO: Omar Narvaez
1. Ryo Akaho
2. Marlon Tapales
3. Raul Martinez
4. Roberto Domingo Sosa
5. Rodel Mayol
6. Juan Jose Montes
7. David Sanchez
8. Jose Cabrera
9. Daniel Lozano
10. Zolani Tete
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

FLYWEIGHT 112 lbs.
WBA: Hernan Marquez
WBC: Sonny Boy Jaro
IBF: Moruti Nhalene
WBO: Brian Viloria
1. Pongsaklek Wonjongkam
2. Milan Melindo
3. Ricardo Nunez
4. Toshiyuki Igarashi
5. Panamroonglek Hadaogym
6. Suguru Muranaka
7. Takuya Kogawa
8. Rocky Fuentes
9. Carlos Tamara
10. Kwanpichit 13 Rien Express
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Kompayak Porpramook
WBC: Adrian Hernandez
IBF: Ulises Solis
WBO: Donnie Nietes
1. Roman Gonzalez
2. Ryo Miyazaki
3. Wisanu Kokietgym
4. Pedro Guevara
5. Gideon Buthelezi
6. Nethra Sasiprapa
7. Luis Ceja
8. Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep
9. Masayuki Kuroda
10. Xiong Zhao Zhong
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

WBA: Akira Yaegashi
WBC: Kazuto Ioka
IBF: Nkosinathi Joyi
WBO: Moises Fuentes
1. Juan Hernandez
2. Carlos Buitrago
3. Juan Palacios
4. Denver Cuello
5. Kwanthai Sithmorseng
6. Merlito Sabillo
7. Jesus Silvestre
8. Wanheng Menayothin
9. Jether Oliva
10. Takuya Mitamura
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

CRUISERWEIGHT : 175-200 lbs.
WBA: Guillermo Jones
WBC: Krzysztof Wlodarczyk
IBF: Yoan Hernandez
WBO: Marco Huck
1. Denis Lebedev
2. Giacobbe Fragomeni
3. Danny Green
4. Enzo Maccarinelli
5. Antonio Tarver
6. Francisco Palacios
7. Lateef Kayode
8. Nicholas Iannuzzi
9. Roy Jones Jr.
10. Steve Cunningham
11. Not Rated
12. Not Rated

NEWS FLASH : Miami Warfare II August 18,2012 at the M.A.C.C , MIAMI FLORIDA
The Fighting News presents:
Fighting notes from reporter Mike Fienberg

Fight #1: Mayedo v. Benjamin
Round 1:
Mayedo drops Benjamin
Mayedo looks to be in control
Round 2:
Mayedo leads w/ his head
Results in a headbutt (not noted)
Round 3:
Not many exchanges, not much action
Round 4:
Mayedo drops Benjamin
Result: Mayedo 40-34 x 3 = UD
(my score = 40-34)

Fight 2: Stimthil v. Clay
Round 1:
Stimthil in complete control
Clay’s left eye already swollen
Round 2:
Stimthil shows more control
Stimthil getting very comfortable
Clay attempted two combos & convinces no one
Round 3:
Stimthil still in control
Stimthil drops arms in comfort
Clay shows flashes of a fighter
Round 4:
Some toe-2-toe action late in round
Round mostly controlled by Stimthil
Result: Stimthil 40-36 x 3 = UD
(my score = 40-36)

Fight 3: Kalajdzic v. Caldwell
Round 1:
Kalajdzic stuns Caldwell w/ a fierce 3-punch combo
Caldwell KO’ed on his feet
Result: Kalajdzic TKO @ 1:49 in Rd 1

Fight 4: Acevedo v. Clark
Round 1:
Stare-down in mid-ring while receiving instructions
Some modest trading between the fighters
Acevedo seems to be in control
Acevedo shows he is the aggressor
Acevedo in obvious better shape
Round 2:
Clark’s mouthpiece comes out
Some more decent trading
Clark drops his hands a couple of times
Acevedo definitely the aggressor
Acevedo landing more punches at will
Round 3:
Clark’s mouthpiece comes out again
Clark shows signs of strength
Clark continues to drop his left throughout the round
Acevedo keeps finding that his overhand right is landing
Acevedo still remains the aggressor
Round 4:
Some flurries thrown by Acevedo
Clark’s left now dangling by his side
Some fair trading throughout the round
Acevedo still very much in control
Round 5:
Not much action – status quo
Acevedo chases Clark around
Clark shows signs that he’s tired
Round 6:
Acevedo finds Clark a couple of times
Acevedo absolutely remains the aggressor
No real power thrown by either fighter
Result: Acevedo 60-54, 59-55 x 2 = UD
(my score = 59-55)

Fight 5: Socarras v. Wisdom
Round 1:
Some modest trading between the fighters
Socarras is the clear aggressor this round
Round 2:
Wisdom finds punches that work
Wisdom landing more shots
A lot of trading between the fighters
Strong power punches from both
Round 3:
Great round!
A lot of trading
Wisdom shows great movement
Socarras lands cleaner & more often
Round 4:
Socarras is very much the aggressor now
Some decent trading
Socarras throws & lands more
Result: Socarras 39-37, 40-36 x 2
(my score = 39-37)

Fight 6: Barthelemy v. Rodriguez
Round 1: (co-main)
Both show very good composure
Barthelemy has very fast hands
Rodriguez cannot contend w/ Barthelemy’s speed
Barthelemy drops Rodriguez
Round 2:
Fighters trading punches now
Barthelemy much more aggressive
Bartelemy lands cleaner & more often
Round 3:
A lot of trading now
Rodriguez finally finding his punch & landing
Arguably a round for Rodriguez
Round 4:
Bartelemy beating Rodriguez to the punch w/ his speed
Barthelemy landing a lot of jabs
Swelling & blood over Rodriguez’s right eye
Round 5:
Punches are now few & far between
Not much action from either fighter
The round could be scored for either fighter
Round 6:
Barthelemy still out-punching Rodriguez w/ his super-speed
Not too much action again in this round
Should be a round scored for Barthelemy
Round 7:
A lot more action in this round
A lot of back & forth now
Very evenly-scored round
Round 8:
Both fighters prove that neither has much power
Some trading in the first half of the round
Barthelemy got the best of Rodriguez late in the round
Barthelemy shows that he wants the win much more
Result: Barthelemy 80-71 x 3 = UD
(my score = 79-73)

Fight 7: Prescott v. Figueroa
Round 1: (co-main)
Quick, clean punches by Prescott
Prescott drops Figueroa twice w/ short rights
Round 2:
Prescott uses straight, short, powerful rights
Prescott landing w/ powerful variety of rights
Figueroa wobbling late in the round
Round 3:
Some trading throughout the round
Mostly status quo w/ aggression going to Prescott
Round 4:
Figueroa ducking & moving well now
Prescott still the aggressor & dictating this fight
Round 5:
A lot of trading between the fighters
Prescott slips, but it is called a knockdown
The knockdown call may have just caused a 3-pt swing
Round 6:
A lot of back & forth between the fighters
Figueroa now cut behind his left ear
The fight seems to be getting closer in scoring
Prescott still looks like the aggressor
Round 7:
Prescott keeps coming forward
Figueroa keeps stepping back
Prescott is still the obvious aggressor
Round 8:
More back & forth between the fighters
Prescott still moving forward
Figueroa now being chased around a bit
Result: P 79-71, 77-73, 78-71
(my score = 78-71)

Fight 8: Gonzalez v. Mackey
Round 1:
Gonzalez shows that he hits much harder
A lot of punches thrown but not many landing
Gonzalez shows to be more dominant early in this fight
Round 2:
Some punches landed for both fighters
Gonzalez still the apparent aggressor
Gonzalez drops Mackey late in the round
Round 3:
Gonzalez continues his dominance
Gonzalez throwing & landing more punches
Round 4:
Both fighters now throwing heavy, solid punches
Gonzalez’s punches landing, Mackey’s punches are not
This fight is beginning to look very one-sided
Round 5:
Not too much action from either fighter
More of the same – status quo
Round 6:
Gonzalez now throwing wildly, but still landing
Gonzalez’s punch output now much greater than that of Mackey
Round 7:
Mackey trying hard to stay in this fight
Mackey landing at a better ratio this round
Traded punches evenly during this round
Round 8:
Gonzlalez comes out strong early in the round
Gonzalez looking for the KO, but having no luck
Mackey now pawing at Gonzalez w/ no power
Round 9:
Gonzalez throwing more wild shots that land
Gonzalez again looking for that KO
Gonzalez toying w/ Mackey & inviting him in
Round 10:
Both fighters playing w/ each other now
Both fighters very active late in this final round
Gonzalez gets the better of the late exchange
Good final round to this one-sided fight
Result: Gonzalez 100-89 x 3 = UD
(my score = 99-90)

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