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Rios Wins War of Attrition with Antillon

By Ryan Maquiñana at ringside (Photo © German Villasenor): CARSON, CA – Brandon Rios wasn’t going to take no for an answer.In a splendid scrap that had “Fight of the Year” written all over it had it lasted longer, “Bam Bam” successfully defended his WBA lightweight title for the first time by flooring Southern California rival Urbano Antillon twice in a dynamic third-round stoppage... Rios Wins War of Attrition with Antillon

All Boxing Headlines for July 9 - 2011

Over 105 Fresh News Links All Boxing Headlines for July 9 - 2011
All Boxing Headlines for July 9 - 2011

Harris seeks redemption

Much more than his title belt will be on line Saturday night , July 16 when USBA Heavyweight Champion Maurice “Sugar Moe” Harris makes his first defense against Derric “The Shaolin Fist” Rossy at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. Harris needs to erase the memories of his last fight in order to keep his roller coast Harris seeks redemption
Harris seeks redemption

Matt Korobov and Mike McCallum on the Verge

By Gabriel Montoya: When stellar amateur Matt Korobov, 15-0 (9), turned pro in 2008 under the Top Rank banner, the hopes were very high for the southpaw middleweight. He had a pleasing style to go with 300-12 amateur record and po Matt Korobov and Mike McCallum on the Verge
Matt Korobov and Mike McCallum on the Verge

The HBO TV Cheat Sheet- July 9, 2011

By Marty Mulcahey: Historic Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, plays host to HBO and a divergent lot of boxers tonight. The quartet of fighters arrived from around the world (USA, Japan, and Cuba) and bring a conflicting mix of styles that should make for intriguing clashes inside the ropes. The career stages are diverse as well, with a hot prospect... The HBO TV Cheat Sheet- July 9, 2011
The HBO TV Cheat Sheet- July 9, 2011

Mike Lee Puts it All Together

By Gabriel Montoya: For many boxers, the sport is less a choice than a necessity. Be it poverty or simply a sport that appeals to a fighter’s nature, the world of boxing is... Mike Lee Puts it All Together
Mike Lee Puts it All Together

Don Chargin on Matchmaking for “Canelo” and More

By Ryan Maquiñana: Not many people last long in the business that is boxing but Don Chargin has been doing it for almost 60 years... Don Chargin on Matchmaking for “Canelo” and More
Don Chargin on Matchmaking for “Canelo” and More

Paul Williams: the Throwback and the State of Boxing in America

By Alec Kohut (Photo © German Villasenor): Tonight at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, Paul Williams returns to the ring to face Erislandy Lara on HBO, eight months after suffering the devastating second round knockout at the hands (or left hand) of World Middleweight Champion Sergio Martinez. For many world-class fighters, an eight-month layoff is hardly unusual in this day and age of semi-annual title... Paul Williams: the Throwback and the State of Boxing in America

All Boxing Headlines for July 8 - 2011

Over 150 Fresh News Links All Boxing Headlines for July 8 - 2011
All Boxing Headlines for July 8 - 2011

Goodbye, George

By Steve Kim: It’s been a rough stretch for the sport of boxing recently. Yesterday morning, it was announced that longtime boxing scribe George Kimball had passed away at the age of 67... Goodbye, George
Goodbye, George

The ESPN2 Friday Night Fights TV Cheat Sheet- July 8, 2011

By Marty Mulcahey: The upset train just keeps rolling on ESPN2’s “Friday Night Fights,” with Argentine Sebastian Lujan toppling Top Rank prospect Mark Melligen last week on eight days’ notice. Phoenix is this weekend’s stop but fans hope their hometown hero, a reinvigorated Jesus Gonzales, is not the next victim... The ESPN2 Friday Night Fights TV Cheat Sheet- July 8, 2011
The ESPN2 Friday Night Fights TV Cheat Sheet- July 8, 2011

Akifumi Shimoda’s Luck of the Draw

By Daniel Kravetz: The most indelible moment from the night of fights in Korakuen Hall on February 21, 2009 was of José Arboleda violently scissoring his gloves across each other in a burst of anguish. His opponent, Akifumi Shimoda, stood behind him on the other side of the ring, his corner dabbing the blood that was still running from the gaping diagonal gash in his forehead... Akifumi Shimoda’s Luck of the Draw

Erislandy Lara Prepares

By Gabriel Montoya - Preparation is everything for an elite athlete. For a boxer, fights are won or lost in the gym. In Erislandy Lara’s last fight against veter Erislandy Lara Prepares
Erislandy Lara Prepares

Is Top Rank “Citing” on a Goldmine with Mercito Gesta?

By Ryan Maquiñana: Wearing the blazer was slightly more comfortable than grabbing the microphone on the dais. In other words, neither endeavor was. Is Top Rank “Citing” on a Goldmine with Mercito Gesta?
Is Top Rank “Citing” on a Goldmine with Mercito Gesta?

Eastern Regional Report- July 7, 2011

By Alec Kohut: Doel Carrasquillo was supposed to provide welterweight Ronald Cruz with his toughest test to date. Many thought Carrasquillo would even pull the upset but the now 13-0 Cruz chalked up the tenth knockout of his young career, Eastern Regional Report- July 7, 2011
Eastern Regional Report- July 7, 2011

Antillon Stares down Rios

By Steve Kim (Photo © Chris Farina / Top Rank): he final press conference to promote this weekend’s bout at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California between WBA lightweight champion Brandon Rios and Urbano Antillon (Showtime, 10 PM ET/PT) was held on Wednesday afternoon at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. It was a relatively subdued affair compared to the last time they did this, where tempers flared and things got quite heated between the two Mexican-Americans. This time Antillon Stares down Rios

Things Have Changed. No, Seriously…

By Steve Kim: This past Friday night, a rather slim Chris Arreola was at the fights at the Commerce Casino. In the past, when you saw him at a card, he always seemed to have a Corona in his hand. On this night, however, Arreola, who faces Friday Ahunanya on Saturday night in Atlantic City, New Jersey, sipped water the whole night Things Have Changed. No, Seriously…
Things Have Changed. No, Seriously…

Williams Struggles in Win; Giuriceo Stays Unbeaten

By Alec Kohut: Friday night under the stars in a parking lot outside the Covelli Center in Youngstown, Ohio, Kelly Pavlik and Jack Loew held Ghost Promotions’ inaugural event in front over 1,500 fans as lightweight Dannie Williams score Williams Struggles in Win; Giuriceo Stays Unbeaten
Williams Struggles in Win; Giuriceo Stays Unbeaten

Kermit Cintron Returns

By Gabriel Montoya: It’s been over a year since we last saw welter-to-junior middleweight contender and former titleholder Kermit “The Killer” Cintron, 32-3-1 (28). He returns from a 14-month layoff this Saturday night on Showtime in a co-feature bout against the veteran Carlos Molina. In the main event, Brandon Rios takes on Urbano Antillon in a SoCal lightweight grudge match that is sure to have the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA rocking. The last... Kermit Cintron Returns

The Barbershop- July 5, 2011

By Allan Scotto: Happy Tuesday, fans! Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue that you would like to comment on. We welcome and appr The Barbershop- July 5, 2011
The Barbershop- July 5, 2011

Caballero Wins First Title; Gomez Stops Proctor in Four

By German Villasenor: July 1st, 2011- Local hero, super bantamweight Randy Caballero, 12-0 (7), took the first step toward a world title shot on Friday night, as he defeated Phoenix, Arizona’s Alexis Santiago, 8-1-1 (2), via eight round... Caballero Wins First Title; Gomez Stops Proctor in Four
Caballero Wins First Title; Gomez Stops Proctor in Four

What Drives Brandon Rios

By Gabriel Montoya (Photo © German Villasenor): WBA world lightweight champion Brandon Rios is a hyper guy. From the moment cameraman Brian Harty and I walked into the Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard, CA, Rios was all over the place. When we arrived, he was watching tape with his trainer Robert Garcia. Within seconds, he bolted the room and began moving around the heavy and speed bags in the main room of the gym. Soon a... What Drives Brandon Rios

Montoya’s Monday Mailbag

By Gabriel Montoya: The best thing about fights is that they never lie. The judges might. The ref might. Hell, I’ve seen a corner man or two tell a guy he’s winning when he ain’t. But the fight itself is always telling the truth. Montoya’s Monday Mailbag
Montoya’s Monday Mailbag

Too Much of a Good Thing?

By Steve Kim (Photo © TomHogan - Hoganphotos, Golden Boy Promotions): Last week, I detailed what is a strong upcoming schedule for boxing for the rest of 2011. What has already been a pretty good year for the sport only figures to get better in the next several months. You have fights that appeal to the hardcore followers of the sport (like the bout this weekend on Showtime between WBA lightweight champion Brandon Rios and Urbano Antillon and the August 27th battle between Marcos Maidana and R Too Much of a Good Thing?

All Boxing Headlines for July 3 - 2011

Over 100 Fresh News Links All Boxing Headlines for July 3 - 2011
All Boxing Headlines for July 3 - 2011

Klitschko beats the excuse out of Haye

By Gabriel Montoya (Photo © Ph.D. Yuriy Nesterenko): A toe, a toe, a kingdom for a toe. In front of 50,000 or so screaming fans at Imtech-Arena in Altona, Hamburg, Germany, heavyweight titleholder David Haye finally got into the ring against multiple-titlist Wladimir Klitschko for all but one of the pieces of the division crown. Unfortunately for Haye, he only brought nine toes into the ring with him. As it happened, the littlest piggy on his right foot had gone to market three weeks ago. How? Y Klitschko beats the excuse out of Haye

Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye: The Predictions

Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye: The Predictions - By the Maxboxing team, compiled by Coyote Duran Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye: The Predictions
Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye: The Predictions

Bouie Fisher Bids Us Farewell

By Steve Kim: English “Bouie” Fisher, was born on June 1st, 1928 and passed away on June 30th, 2011. In between, he lived a life that was both fulfilling and accomplished. Best known for being the longtime trainer of Bernard Hopkins, he also found contentment in being a husband, brother, father, grandfather and mentor. In short, Fisher was a man of dignity and honor in a sport that often lacks... Bouie Fisher Bids Us Farewell

Randy Caballero Prepares to Walk Through Opportunity’s Door

By Gabriel Montoya: Super bantamweight prospect Randy Caballero is well on his way to becoming a successful name in the sport of the boxing. Since January, he has fought five times, all near his hometown of Coachella, CA at the Fantasy Springs Casino in nearby Indio. He appears on TV regularly as part of Golden Boy Promotions’ “Solo Boxeo Tecate” Randy Caballero Prepares to Walk Through Opportunity’s Door
Randy Caballero Prepares to Walk Through Opportunity’s Door

2012 Olympic Trials Projections and Preview

By Ryan Maquiñana: The London Games are just around the corner, which means the U.S. Olympic Trials are lurking as well. This year’s festivities for the men will take place in Mobile, Ala., from July 31-Aug. 6 (The women don’t duke it out until next year). 2012 Olympic Trials Projections and Preview
2012 Olympic Trials Projections and Preview

Mike Jones Wins Easily, Hopes for Entry into Pacquiao Sweepstakes

By Alec Kohut: As expected, welterweight Mike Jones had no problem blasting through Raul Munoz on Saturday night at South Philadelphia’s Asylum Arena. Afterward, the 25-0 (19) Jones began his lobbying effort for a spot o Mike Jones Wins Easily, Hopes for Entry into Pacquiao Sweepstakes
Mike Jones Wins Easily, Hopes for Entry into Pacquiao Sweepstakes

Orozco Puts in Road Work

By Steve Kim: There’s a lot of great things about the city of San Diego AKA “America’s Finest City” where the weather always seems to be 75 degrees and sunny. Some say it has all the great things about Los Angeles without any of the negatives. But there is one thing that L.A. doesn’t have that the 619 doesn’t: a deep pool of boxers for a young prizefighter to spar with on a daily basis. This is why promising junior welterweight Antonio Orozco... Orozco Puts in Road Work

Goodbye, Nick; Ronald Cruz Faces Test in Carrasquillo…and More

An Eastern Regional Report by Alec Kohut: Goodbye, Nick Charles - I am one of the people that had the pleasure to meet Nick Charles just once in my life. It was after his illness had already taken a visible physical toll, yet his spirit and enthusiasm had remained. Despite the challenges he was facing, Charles’ attitude and positive Goodbye, Nick; Ronald Cruz Faces Test in Carrasquillo…and More
Goodbye, Nick; Ronald Cruz Faces Test in Carrasquillo…and More

Wladimir Klitschko’s Fight for Respect

By Marty Mulcahey: A well-known parable cautions against provoking and being wary of a man who is slow to anger. So has David Haye awakened the beast in the giant that is Wladimir Klitschko? It has taken this most insolent opponent to entice HBO to once again broadcast a world heavyweight title fight. Surely, this is a bitter pill for Wladimir to swallow, since his historic reign is distinguished by sportsmanship and... Wladimir Klitschko’s Fight for Respect

A Second Half Surge

By Steve Kim: The first half of 2011 is now basically in the books and for the sport of boxing, it’s been a productive one. We have had our share of “Fight of the Year” candidates (Hernan Marquez-Luis Concepcion, Victor Ortiz-Andre Berto, Brandon Rios-Miguel Acosta and Felix Sturm-Matthew Macklin), notable upsets (Orlando Salido stopping Juan Manuel Lopez in Puerto Rico) and old guys like Erik Morales... A Second Half Surge

All Boxing Headlines for June 28, 2011

Over 115 Fresh New Links All Boxing Headlines for June 28, 2011
All Boxing Headlines for June 28, 2011

McGuinness successfullydefends title - Looks ahead

McGuinness successfully defends NABA lightweight title Looking ahead to Canadian showdown Aug. 27 vs. Gaudet McGuinness successfullydefends  title - Looks ahead
McGuinness successfullydefends  title - Looks ahead

Toka Kahn-Clary Qualifies for U.S. Olympic Team Trials

Nineteen-year-old Toka Kahn- Clary, of Providence, qualified to compete in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials by capturing a Silver Medal at last week’s 2011 USA Boxing National Championshi Toka Kahn-Clary Qualifies for U.S. Olympic Team Trials

Boxing 360 signs Vitaliy Demyanenko

Boxing 360 has announced today that it has signed unbeaten welterweight prospect Vitaliy “Demyan”Demyanenko (19-0, 12 KOs) to an exclusive promotional contract. Boxing 360 signs Vitaliy Demyanenko
Boxing 360 signs Vitaliy Demyanenko

The Barbershop- June 28, 2011

By Allan Scotto: Happy Tuesday, fans! Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue that you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute, scroll down and leave your comment below. The Barbershop- June 28, 2011
The Barbershop- June 28, 2011

Can David Haye Bring Chaos to Klitschko’s Order?

By Gabriel Montoya: For two years, David Haye has been talking about taking out a Klitschko, telling everyone and anyone that he can beat both brothers, even signing to fight them before pulling out of the fight (at the time, Haye cited an injury) because his promoter at Setanta Sports was having financial issues. For two years, after printing t-shirts of the brothers- both decapitated... Can David Haye Bring Chaos to Klitschko’s Order?

Sanchez and Avila Have Fists Raised in Fairfield

By Ryan Maquiñana at ringside – Local favorite Alan Sanchez continued to impress his hometown fans with his third win in as many bouts at the Fairfield Sports Center, stopping Clint Coronel in a thrilling seventh round that left this writer’s shirt splattered in blood. Sanchez and Avila Have Fists Raised in Fairfield
Sanchez and Avila Have Fists Raised in Fairfield

Nick Charles Signs Off

By Steve Kim: I woke up to the news on Saturday morning via Twitter that Nick Charles, who had courageously fought bladder cancer since 2009 had passed away at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the age of 64. I’m sure by now you’ve read all the bios and tributes to this man, who despite being resigned to his fate and his deteriorating condition, never wavered from his upbeat outlook on life. He understood how precious every day was and... Nick Charles Signs Off

All Boxing Headlines for June 26, 2011

Over 50 Fresh News Links All Boxing Headlines for June 26, 2011
All Boxing Headlines for June 26, 2011

Macklin Gets Sturmed in Germany

By Gabriel Montoya: At Lanxess-Arena, Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Saturday, WBA title middleweight titleholder Felix Sturm got all he could handle when Matthew Macklin started early, faded a little down the stretch, and got the bad end of the decision... Macklin Gets Sturmed in Germany
Macklin Gets Sturmed in Germany

Matthysse Wins the Fight; Alexander Gets the Decision

By Gabriel Montoya: Lightning struck twice on Saturday as Matthew Macklin lost a hometown decision to middleweight titlist Felix Sturm in Germany and Missouri joined the party by gifting home state favorite Devon Alexander a split decision over Lucas Matthysse in a ten-round HBO-televised fight. The action started at a high pace for both men as they jabbed, moved and... Matthysse Wins the Fight; Alexander Gets the Decision

All Boxing Headlines for June 25, 2011

Over 100 Fresh News Links All Boxing Headlines for June 25, 2011
All Boxing Headlines for June 25, 2011

Nick Charles Passes Away

Steve Kim: Nick Charles, who courageously battled bladder cancer since 2009 passed away this morning at the age of 64 at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Charles, best known for co-anchoring ’Sports Tonight’ on Nick Charles Passes Away
Nick Charles Passes Away

The Battle for Pacquiao-Marquez III

By Steve Kim: On November 12, Manny Pacquiao will face Juan Manuel Marquez for the third time at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas; that much is known. However, what is still to be decided is just who will handle the pay-per-view broadcast. Will it be Showtime/CBS, which distributed Pacquiao’s last bout versus Shane Mosley The Battle for Pacquiao-Marquez III
The Battle for Pacquiao-Marquez III

Meanwhile, Back in the Middleweight Division: Sturm vs. Macklin

By Gabriel Montoya: While you wait for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. to grow into his green belt, middleweight champion Sergio Martinez to reclaim his crown, Gennady Golovkin to come into his own, Dmitry Pirog to reappear, and Daniel Geale to get in one title defense before entering the top-level fray, Germany’s WBA middleweight entrant, Felix Sturm, 35-2-1 (15), continues his pedestrian title reign. This Saturday... Meanwhile, Back in the Middleweight Division: Sturm vs. Macklin
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