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Thu 27-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Undefeated British heavyweight contender, and big-time braggart Tyson Fury has engaged in only two fights in two years. Some are wondering if he’ll be rusty this Saturday night when he faces Dereck Chisora at the ExCel Arena in London, England. Fury, 26, had two fights with David Haye, and one with Chisora, cancelled due to injuries suffered by his opponents during training. In the ring, or outside the ropes, one aspect of Fury’s personality remains a constant, his All-British grudge match: Tyson Fury versus Dereck Chisora
Mon 24-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti: In boxing, as in life, all fighters may one day compete with someone of equal or even more ability. On November 29 at the Horseshoe Casino, in Hammond, Ind., undefeated super middleweight prospect Mike Jimenez will meet such an opponent when he squares off against once-beaten Sena Agbecko. Jimenez, 27, has been boxing professionally for only four years. He’s risen steadily, mixing a fan-friendly style with an entertaining personality... "Hollywood" Jimenez faces his biggest test
Sun 23-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Chris Farina / Top Rank): With rumors swirling that a fight with Floyd Mayweather was in the works, reigning WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao (57-5,-2, 38 KOs) knocked gutsy Chris Algieri down six times en route to dominant 12-round decision at The Venetian casino in Macau, China. The scores were 119-103, 119-103 and 120-102 for Pacquiao. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing scored the fight 120-102... Pacquiao floors Algieri six times, wins bout by unanimous decision
Thu 20-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Chris Farina / Top Rank): Put your future in good hands — your own. ~ Author Unknown. Chris Algieri’s brimming confidence appears to be getting under the skin of Manny Pacquaio’s trainer, Freddie Roach. "Chris is so cocky, I’m tired of him," Roach told the Inquirer.net several days ago. Pacquiao, who meets Algieri this Saturday in Macao, China, seems more amused than bothered by the upstart New Yorker... Algieri is convinced he can defeat Pacquiao, but will he?
Sun 16-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Undisputed heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (63-3, 53 KOs) stopped Bulgarian strongman Kubrat Pulev (20-1, 11 KOs) in round five Saturday night at the O2 World Arena in Hamburg, Germany. The defense was the 17th in succession for Klitschko, who trails only Larry Holmes, who had 20, and Joe Louis, with 25. The fight got off to a fast start. Pulev came out aggressively. He used an open stance to fire wide punches. He wanted to rough up Klitschko. Years ago this Klitschko impressively knocks out Pulev in five rounds
Wed 12-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti: It would be easy to write that Sergey Kovalev’s dominating victory over Bernard Hopkins was perpetuated by Hopkins suddenly getting old during the fight. Easy, but not exactly accurate. First off, Hopkins IS old. He’s two months shy of his fiftieth birthday, but what Kovalev did last Saturday night in Atlantic City, NJ, was something no other fighter in recent memory had been able to accomplish. He made Hopkins fight like an old man... Weekend combinations: Kovalev overwhelms Hopkins, Ali upends Abregu
Mon 10-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti: A loss can sometimes do wonders for a fighter. When Mauricio Herrera faced WBC, WBA, and The Ring light welterweight champion Danny Garcia last July, not many believed he had a chance of upsetting the defending titleholder. Garcia was coming off the most impressive victory of his career, a hard-fought, 12-round decision over the favored Lucas Mathysse. The little-known Herrera (20-4, 7 KOs) had split his last four fights. The contest turned out to be the most difficult... Like fine wine, Herrera gets better with age
Sun 9-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Hogan Photos / Golden Boy): All great stories have to have an ending, but sadly they’re not always happy. The run of ageless wonder Bernard Hopkins ended Saturday night at The Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ as heavy-handed Sergey Kovalev (26-0-1, 23 KOs) pounded him for 12 rounds to win their unification light heavyweight fight by a wide unanimous decision. The scores were 120-107 (twice) and 120-106. Maxboxing.com and Doghouseboxing scored the bout 120-107 for Kovalev dominates Hopkins to capture WBA and IBF titles
Fri 7-Nov-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Hogan Photos / Golden Boy) :“Sounds like a damn monster movie” - Apollo Creed. Their nicknames might suggest a world wrestling event, but on November 8 in Atlantic City, NJ, future Hall of Famer- Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins faces powerful Russian, Sergey “The Krusher” Kovalev, in light heavyweight unification fight. Hopkins, two months shy of his fiftieth birthday, and the reigning IBF and WBA champion, is a freak of nature. His success in a sport dominated... “The Alien” meets “The Krusher”
Fri 31-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Esther Lin / SHOWTIME): When Andrzej Fonfara arrived in Montreal, Quebec last May to face WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson, he figured he had nothing to lose. His underdog status was well established. Nobody in the boxing community gave him much of a chance against the powerful champion. Stevenson, the hometown hero, entered the match having scored 14 consecutive knockouts... Fonfara returns to the ring Saturday, wants rematch with Stevenson
Mon 27-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Forty years ago, many said the fight between undisputed heavyweight champion of the world George Foreman and former titleholder Muhammad Ali was a mismatch. A few weeks before the bout took place on October 30, 1974, in Kinshasa, Zaire, ABC sports broadcaster Howard Cosell spoke of the match in hushed tones, suggesting Ali was engaging in his "Last Supper". “The time may have come to say goodbye to Muhammad Ali, because very honestly, I don’t think he can beat George F A Second Look: Foreman vs. Ali
Sat 25-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti (with video link inside): Cruiserweight prospect Craig Kennedy remained undefeated when referee Martin Williams disqualified Wadi Camacho for biting Friday night at the Rhydycar Leisure Centre, in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales. Camacho, a southpaw, had said a few days before the bout took place that he didn’t know that much about his opponent. His lack of preparation was obvious as Kennedy (10-0, 5 KOs) strafed him with lead right hands in round one... Kennedy wins by DQ over Camacho
Thu 23-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © German Villasenor): The appeal of WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin is obvious. He’s soft-spoken and kind. He never dismisses an opponent. When he wins a fight, he’s almost apologetic. But it seems what fight fans love most about Golovkin is that the man can flat-out punch. On Saturday night, at a sold-out StubHub Arena in Carson, CA, Golovkin made Marco Antonio Rubio his eighteenth consecutive knockout victim. The end came in the second round... The GGG ko trains rolls into Southern California
Sun 19-Oct-2014
John J. Raspanti: Gennady Golovkin (31-0, 28 KOs) registered consecutive knockout number 18 by stopping weight challenged veteran Marco Antonio Rubio (59-7-1, 51 KOs)... Golovkin knocks out Rubio in two rounds
Sun 19-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti at ringside (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing): Nicholas Walters proved his time is now by stopping defending WBA super world featherweight champion Nonito Donaire in round six at a sold-out StubHub Arena in Carson, California Saturday night. The bout started slow. Walters (25-0, 21 KOs) tried to establish his jab. Donaire (33-3. 21 KOs) fired his dangerous left hook. Near the middle of the round the punch landed. Walters connected with a right at the bell... Walters proves too powerful for Donaire
Fri 17-Oct-2014
On October 18 at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA, WBA world super feather champion Donaire will face the dangerous Nicholas Walters who’s knocked out 20 of his 24 opponents. Put your money on your pick using the best sports betting app. best sports betting app
Sat 11-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti: He’s not well known, even in his chosen profession. His professional boxing record (9-4-2, 3 KOs) appears, at least on the surface, to be mediocre. But looks can be deceiving. Michael Ruiz Jr. began his career with a bang. He won his first eight bouts in succeRuiz Jr. fights his opponent and the judgesssion. In 2010, super middleweight champion Andre Ward’s promoter, the late Dan Goossen, signed the then 21-year-old Ruiz Jr. to an exclusive promotional contract.. Ruiz Jr. fights his opponent and the judges
Thu 9-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Andre Dirrell (23-1, 16 KOs), fighting for the second time in eight weeks, continued his comeback by stopping Nick Brinson (16-3-2, 6 KOs) in round four... Dirrell overwhelms Brinson in four
Thu 9-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Jermain Taylor, who hasn’t held a world title in five years, knocked defending champion Sam Soliman down four times Wednesday night to win the IBF middleweight title by unanimous decision at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. The scores were 116-111, 115-109, and 116-109. The fight started slowly in the opening rounds. The 40-year-old Soliman (44-12, 18 KOs) tried to find his range--while Taylor (33-4-1. 20 KOs) fired... Taylor floors Soliman four times, captures IBF middleweight title
Sat 4-Oct-2014
Review by John J. Raspanti: Around the turn of the century, pugilist Joe Choynski was almost as famous as reigning heavyweight champion James J. Jeffries. Choynski had earned his respect the old-fashioned way--by never shying away from a challenge. Over the past sixty years, Choynski’s fistic exploits have faded. But a new book written by Christopher J. LaForce restores some of the luster to Choynski’s name... The Choynski Chronicles: A Biography of Hall of Fame Boxer Jewish Joe Choynski
Fri 3-Oct-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Last year, Ray Beltran traveled to Glasgow, Scotland to face WBO lightweight champion Ricky Burns. At that point in his career, Beltran, 33, was best known as Manny Pacquiao’s sparring partner. Most experts predicted that Burns would box circles around the slower Beltran. But Beltran went to Scotland on a mission to win, and after 12 rounds of boxing, most who witnessed the bout believed he deserved the decision. Even Burns’ hometown crowd seemed resigned that the... Road warrior Beltran to challenge Crawford for title
Sun 28-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Aging WBO super middleweight champion Arthur Abraham was awarded a dubious 12-round unanimous decision over heavy underdog Paul Smith at the Sparkassen Arena in Kiel, Germany Saturday night. The scores were 117-111 (twice) and a ridiculous 119-109. The judges scoring doesn’t reflect how close and competitive the match was. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing had Abraham winning the fight 115-113. The bout started fast... Judges help Abraham escape with wide decision win
Thu 25-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Former WBO and WBIF flyweight champion “Mighty” Melissa McMorrow hasn’t fought in the United States in over three years. Circumstances have forced McMorrow, and former champions Ava Knight and Ana Julaton, to become road warriors—which is almost always a disadvantage. Four weeks ago, McMorrow, 33, traveled to Ecatepec, Mexico to face popular Jessica Chavez. She had a pretty good idea what to expect, after tangling with Mariana Juarez in Pueblo last February... Fair or not, Melissa McMorrow won’t quit
Mon 22-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Rebounding from consecutive loses to IBF and WBA super middleweight champion Carl Froch, George “The Saint” Groves dominated Christopher Rebrasse over 12 rounds to win the European super middleweight championship by unanimous decision at the Wembley Arena in London, England Saturday night. The scores were 118-110, 117-111,118-110. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing had Groves the winner 118-110... Groves returns with victory over Rebrasse
Thu 18-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Image by icheehuahua, MaxBoxing): In many of his films, famed movie director Alfred Hitchcock used a term called a MacGuffin. Usually, a MacGuffin is a plot device that appears to be the central focus of a film, but eventually it loses importance. It may re-appear at the climax of the story, but is normally forgotten. This past Saturday night, the MacGuffin heading into the rematch between pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana, was that Mayweather’s legs Weekend combinations: Mayweather remains perfect, but doesn’t impress the masses
Thu 18-Sep-2014
Looking to bounce back from two consecutive losses to WBA and IBF super-middleweight champion Carl Froch, the last one by a devastating one-punch knockout, George “The Saint” Groves will return to the ring this Saturday to face Christopher Rebrasse at Wembley Arena in London, England. For the best odds, check out Betfair. George Groves is a man on a mission
Sun 14-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: There are some who say the second time around is always sweeter. Floyd Mayweather would certainly agree with that sentiment. Marcos Maidana would not. Mayweather ran his perfect record to 47-0 by getting the better of Maidana for the second time in four months—this time by a unanimous decision at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, Nevada. The scores were 115-112, 116-111 and 116-111. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing had Mayweather winning 117-110... Mayweather easily defeats Maidana in rematch
Fri 12-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: WBA interim featherweight titleholder Jesus Cuellar wasted little time in brutalizing former two-division champion Juan Manuel Lopez in two rounds Thursday night at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Lopez said after the fight that his career was likely over. We can only hope so. Cuellar (25-1, 19 KOs) had little trouble tagging Lopez (34-5, 31 KOs) with multiple shots in the opening stanza. Lopez tried to box, but that’s not his game... Cuellar knocks out Lopez in two rounds
Tue 9-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © German Villasenor): John Molina makes no bones about it. He likes to fight. Molina will be back in the ring on September 13 facing former two-division champion Humberto Soto. Four months ago, Molina, 31, engaged in what many called "the fight of the year," a knock-down, drag-out brawl with Lucas Matthysse. The battle was intense from the opening bell. Molina won the first round with aggression... John “The Warrior” Molina returns to face Humberto Soto
Sun 7-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Carl Frampton captured the IBF super bantamweight title by defeating defending champion Kiko Martinez by 12-round unanimous decision at a rocking... Frampton wins IBF super bantamweight championship
Sun 7-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Stephanie Trapp / SHOWTIME): Former three-division champion Adrien Broner (29-1, 22 KOs) won a hard-fought 12-round unanimous decision over upset-minded Emmanuel Taylor (18-3, 12 KOs) at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH. Saturday night. The scores were 116-111 (twice) and 115-112. Maxboxing scored the fight 115-112 for Broner. Taylor came out aggressively in the opening rounds. It was obvious that he had spent some time... Broner has to work hard to defeat Taylor
Thu 4-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Image by icheehuahua): A year ago Adrien “The Problem” Broner was undefeated. By the age of 24, Broner had captured world titles in three different weight divisions. Some compared him to pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather. Broner didn’t disagree. He relished discussing his fighting flair. On December 14 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX, the heavily-favored Broner met Argentine tough guy, Marcos Maidana... Broner continues comeback against Taylor
Mon 1-Sep-2014
By John J. Raspanti: German WBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck equaled Johnny Nelson’s record of 13 successful title defenses by winning a unanimous decision over Mirko Larghetti of Italy at the Gerry Stadium in Halle/Westphalia, Germany last Saturday night. The scores were 116-112 (twice) and a puzzling 118-110 all in favor of the defending champion. Maxboxing scored the bout 116-112 for Huck. With Nelson at ringside, Huck (38-2... Huck ties record with cruiserweight victory
Thu 28-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti: WBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck doesn’t fear unlucky numbers. This Saturday night at the Gerry Stadium in Halle/Westphalia, Germany, Huck will attempt to defend his title for the 13th time when he faces undefeated Italian challenger Mirko Larghetti. A victory by Huck will equal the number of defenses set by Johnny Nelson. The bout was originally scheduled for last March until Huck (37-2-1, 26 KOs), broke his thumb in training. Larghetti (21-0, 13 KOs)... Huck: “I will make spaghetti out of Larghetti”
Mon 25-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Don “Da Bomb” George achieved something that even he would admit was something of a long shot. George, fighting in front of fans and family, won a hard-fought, 12-round, unanimous decision over Dyah Davis Saturday night at the U.S. Cellular Park in Chicago, Illinois. The scores were 115-113 (twice) and 116-112. The victory earned George, 29, the IBO super middleweight title... Weekend combinations: George wins title, Avila continues to rise
Wed 20-Aug-2014
John J. Raspanti: In December of last year, WBC super-middleweight champion Sakio Bika and challenger Anthony Dirrell fought to a disputed draw. A sequel was inevitable... Dirrell defeats Bika, wins WBC super-middleweight crown
Wed 20-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti: On August 23 at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, Ill, Don “The Bomb” George will meet Dyah Davis for the IBO super middleweight championship. George, who was born in Chicago, wants to win the title for his city, but most of all, the expectant father is motivated to provide for his growing family. “This is huge,” George told Dennis Taylor of The Ringside Boxing Show a few weeks ago. “I’m very poor. I’m not able to keep a job when I’m training for a fight of this magnitude... Don “The Bomb” George: Fighting for his city and family
Tue 19-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Six months ago, former WBO and WBIF flyweight champion “Mighty” Melissa McMorrow traveled to Puebla, Mexico to face Mariana Juarez. Before the bout, many questioned whether McMorrow (9-4-3, 1 KO) could win a decision in her opponents’ backyard. The fight was close from the opening bell. McMorrow, the shorter boxer by five inches, applied the pressure. She bobbed and... McMorrow hopes for a fair shake on August 23
Mon 18-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Back in an arena he knows well, undefeated super bantamweight Manuel “Tino” Avila will face Sergio Frias August 22 in the main event at the Allan Witt Sports Center in Fairfield, California. Avila, 22, is thrilled to be fighting in front of his hometown fans. “I’m super excited,” Avila (15-0, 6 KOs) told this writer via email. “I’m getting a bigger name and higher in the rankings. It feels even better than before being the main event. It’s amazing.”... Back home, Tino Avila looks to impress
Sun 17-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing): Kell Brook traveled over 5,000 miles to get his title shot. On Saturday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA., Brook made the most of his oppurtunity by defeating defending IBF welterweight champion Shawn Porter by majority decision over 12 hard fought rounds. The scores were 114-114, 117-111 and 116-112 for Brook. Maxboxing had Brook winning the fight 115-113. The fight was televised live on Showtime Championship Boxing... Brook defeats Porter by majority decision, captures IBF welterweight crown
Fri 15-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Gene Blevins - Hoganphotos / Golden Boy Promotions): Both Shawn Porter and Kell Brook, who meet August 16 at The StubHub Center in Carson, CA. are brimming with confidence. The two fighters are undefeated in a combined 56 bouts. Porter (24-0-1, 15 KOs) will be making the second defense of his IBF welterweight title. He won the belt last year by outpointing Devon Alexander over 12 rounds. His victory was something of a surprise... Porter versus Brook: Who wins August 16?
Wed 13-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Rich Kane / Hogan Photos): There was nothing beautiful about what happened to Rod Salka last Saturday night when he faced undefeated junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. At the weigh-in a few days before the bout, Salka, shorter by a few inches, eyed Garcia like you would a big brother. Big brothers often beat the crud out of their little brothers... Lowlights and highlights at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn
Sun 10-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Rich Kane, Hogan Photos / Golden Boy): IBF junior welterweight champion Lamont Peterson (33-2-1, 17 KOs) successfully defended his title for the third time by stopping overmatched Edgar Santana (29-6, 20 KOs) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Peterson found Santana with his jab throughout the opening stanza. Santana clipped Peterson with a right, but... Peterson retains IBF title, Garcia knocks out Salka
Sat 9-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti; In the biggest fight of his two-year career, Sammy Vasquez Jr. (16-0, 12 KOs) stopped James Stevenson (21-1, 14 KOs) in round nine Friday night at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The bout started slowly. Vasquez, a southpaw, looked to establish his jab—while Stevenson kept his distance. Both fighters picked up the pace in round two. Stevenson applied more pressure, but Vasquez began to let his hands go... Vasquez Jr. stops Stevenson in nine rounds
Wed 6-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Rich Graessle / Main Events): After her undefeated fighter, Sergey Kovalev, hit the canvas Saturday night in Atlantic City, NJ, veteran promoter Kathy Duva said she saw her life flash before her eyes. The Main Events’ CEO expected WBO light heavyweight champion Kovalev to demolish his opponent, Blake Caperello, with relative ease at the Revel Casino. Instead, Duva’s "million dollar baby" was floored by his underdog opponent... Did knockdown wake Kovalev up?
Mon 4-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti:Though victorious in 13 of his 14 professional fights, Stan “The Man” Martyniouk’s boxing career can be summarized in one word--frustration. Martyniouk was last seen in the squared circle handling tough David Rodelo over eight competitive rounds. The victory was important to Martyniouk and his trainer, Virgil Hunter. They both figured the Sacramento native, who was in born in Talinn, Estonia, twenty-nine years ago, would be back in the ring within months... Martyniouk back in the ring for the first time in 2014
Sun 3-Aug-2014
By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Rich Graessle / Main Events): WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey “The Krusher” Kovalev, who yesterday signed a contract to face ageless Bernard Hopkins in the fall, retained his title Saturday night by annihilating Blake Caparello in round two at the Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Kovalev, defending his belt for the third time, stalked the crafty Caparello in the opening stanza. Caparello, a southpaw, tried to keep his distance by sticking out Kovalev crushes Caparello, Rios wins by disqualification
Sat 2-Aug-2014
By John Raspanti: Back in the ring for only the third time since 2010, former super middleweight contender Andre Dirrell (22-1, 15 KOs) stopped overmatched Vladine Biosse (15-5-2, 7 KOs) in round five at The Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington. The bout was the co-feature on ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights.” Dirrell, working out of the southpaw stance, took it to Biosse immediately in the opening rounds. He snapped off a triple jab and landed a sharp combination... Dirrell looks sharp in comeback win
Wed 30-Jul-2014
By John J. Raspanti: Prior to Gennady Golovkin’s three-round destruction of Daniel Geale, HBO commentator Max Kellerman remarked that he’s constantly asked if there’s any other fighter in boxing history who reminds him of the Kazakhstani bomber. His answer was surprising. In the past, Golovkin’s style has been compared to Hall of Fame inductee Julio Cesar Chavez, Sr. But Kellerman went back in history to the boxer who dominated his division and held the most prized... Golovkin drops the hammer
Sun 27-Jul-2014
John J. Raspanti: Unbeaten heavyweight Bryant Jennings stayed that way with a 12-round split decision over previously undefeated Mike Perez at the legendary Madison Square Garden... Jennings now in line for a title shot
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