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Sergio Mora’s Ankle

It was a stretch to call Saturday night’s fight at Barclays Center between Danny Jacobs and Sergio Mora a “championship” fight. Jacobs (29-1, 26 KOs) had fought one world-class opponent in his career (Dmitry Pirog) and was stopped in the fourth round. Mora (28-3-2, 9 KOs) has spent much of the last ten years living off the name recognition that came from a successful run on The Contender. But Jacobs and Mora are professional fighters with skills. And their fight was a good one while it lasted. Mora is a ring stylist who tends to...

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Garcia Missed Opportunity To Distinguish Himself Versus Malinaggi

Former junior welterweight title holder Danny Garcia 31-0 (18) made his welterweight debut this past Saturday night at the Barclays Center in New York. His opponent former junior welterweight/welterweight title holder Paulie Malinaggi 33-7 (7), hadn't fought in 16 months and was coming off the worst shellacking of his 14 year career. Prior to the first punch being thrown, it was well understood in boxing circles that Garcia, 27, represented the future and the A-side of the bout and Malinaggi, 34, was the warm body/opponent for Garcia to...

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Comanche Boy’s Remaining Light

When George “Comanche Boy” Tahdooahnippah walked into the ring against Patrick Nielsen last March, he had everything going against him. A natural middleweight, he was fighting a much bigger boxer in the super middleweight division on two week’s notice, halfway around the world in his opponent’s backyard of Denmark. It was an opportunity that could not be passed up though. You see, George’s road has been the hard one. George went pro at the age of 25 after winning the Original Toughman tournament in his home state of Oklahoma less...

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GCP Signs Brooklyn's Former Undisputed Champion Zab 'Super' Judah to a Co-Promotional Contract

GCP Signs Brooklyn's Former Undisputed Champion Zab 'Super' Judah to a Co-Promotional Contract Greg Cohen of Greg Cohen Promotions proudly announces the signing of five-time world champion and former Undisputed World Welterweight Champion Zab "Super" Judah (42-9, 29 KOs) of Brooklyn, New York, to a co-promotional agreement, along with Judah's Super Judah Promotions. Judah, 37, will compete in the super lightweight division with an eye toward returning to his elite status in boxing. His first appearance under the new promotional banner...

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GOLOVKIN VS. LEMIEUX, TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12

GENNADY “GGG” GOLOVKIN VS. DAVID LEMIEUX OCTOBER 17 AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN TICKETS ON-SALE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 AT 12:00 P.M ET NEW YORK CITY (August 3, 2015) Advance tickets will go on sale Wednesday, August 12 at 12:00 p.m. ET for the highly anticipated World Middleweight Title Unification battle between Boxing superstar, WBA, IBO and WBC “Interim” Middleweight Champion GENNADY “GGG” GOLOVKIN (33-0, 30 KOs) and IBF Middleweight Champion, Montreal power-puncher DAVID LEMIEUX (34-2, 31 KOs), set for Saturday,...

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PAYANO REMAINS UNDEFEATED WITH A SPLIT DECISION VICTORY OVER WARREN

JUAN CARLOS PAYANO REMAINS UNDEFEATED WITH A SPLIT DECISION VICTORY OVER RAU'SHEE WARREN ON PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONS ON BOUNCE TV FROM FULL SAIL LIVE JOHN JACKSON DEFEATED DENNIS LAURENTE BY UNANIMOUS DECISION JORGE COTA LUGO BEATS YUDEL JHONSON BY UNANIMOUS DECISION Photo From Suzanna Teresa/PBC WINTER PARK, FLA. (August 2, 2015) - Juan Carlos Payano (17-0, 8 KOs) defeated Rau'shee Warren (13-1, 4 KOs) by 12-round split decision in the debut of PBC: The Next Round on Bounce TV. Further televised action featured the...

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Mora Thinking No Contest Could Be Right Call

Sergio Mora liked the direction the way his title shot opp was going Saturday night at Barclays Center and on ESPN even though Danny Jacobs nailed him in the first and sent him to the mat. He returned that favor but then it went off the rails in round two. Middleweight titlist Jacobs went at him and as the Cali boxer backed up he tumbled awkwardly and wrenched his right knee and heard his right ankle pop. Mora got up but it was obvious he was severely impacted. The ref ended it and declared Jacobs a stoppage winner. Not cool, thought Mora....

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GARCIA PROVED YOU CAN JAB WITH A JABBER

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Paulie Malignaggi generally subscribes to the age-old boxing principles that it never pays to hook with a hooker or jab with a jabber. As a power-deficient technician whose own seldom-employed hook won’t ever remind anyone of Gerry Cooney, who was at ringside, or the late Joe Frazier, Malignaggi figured his best chance of upsetting 6-to-1 favorite Danny Garcia here Saturday night at the Barclays Center was to outjab the former WBC/WBA super lightweight champion, who was making his debut as a full-fledged...

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Danny Garcia Stops Malinaggi in a One-Sided PBC Affair

In his welterweight debut, Danny Garcia (31-0, 18 KOs) scored a 9th round TKO victory over Paulie Malinaggi (33-7, 7 KOs) in Brooklyn tonight. Promoted by the PBC and ESPN as a battle of Philly vs. Brooklyn, Danny Garcia methodically wore down the Bronx’s beloved son in a highly disciplined performance. Neither fighter landed with great accuracy, but Garcia’s blows were almost always impactful whereas the light-punching Malinaggi could not land anything with effect against his opponent. Garcia had rightly taken a fair amount of...

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Daniel Jacobs Defeats Sergio Mora by 2nd Round TKO as Mora Suffers Leg Injury

On the undercard of ESPN’s PBC broadcast tonight in Brooklyn, Daniel Jacobs(30-1, 27 KOs) was awarded a TKO victory over former light middleweight champion, Sergio Mora (28-3-2, 9 KOs), when Mora’s right leg folded under him after going down under a barrage of punches from Jacobs in the 2nd. Mora got up off the canvas, but was limping considerably and was unable to continue the fight for Jacobs’ WBA middleweight title. The opening round was sleepy until Jacobs landed a massive right hand with 1:22 remaining in the round, sending Mora...

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Boxing Results

FIGHTER Result Rnd

Danny Garcia

Paul Malignaggi

TKO
Rd.9

Daniel Jacobs

Sergio Mora

TKO
Rd.2

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