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Pacquiao Studying Tape, Then Will Decide on Next

Manny Pacquiao will be doing his thing in Israel, on a peace, love and politics tour, and studying tape of three potential foes, and the world will know who he's fighting in his next, and maybe last fight, within a week or two. That's what Terence Crawford's manager, Cameron Dunkin was told, and Dunkin is thinking his guy might get the call. Or might not. "Does Manny want to deal with this young, strong kid," he wonders. Maybe better to sign for a third fight with the devil of a test Manny knows, in Tim Bradley. Or international...

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No Theatrics From Fury At Last Presser Before He Fights Klitschko

All behaved in a proper fashion on Tuesday, during the final presser for the Saturday scrap between Wladimir Klitschko. Or, maybe, improperly, if you assumed loose cannon challenger Tyson Fury would engage in some theatrical hijinks... The presser took place in Dusseldorf, where the tangle between the 6-6 Klitschko, the pound for pound top fiver who hasn't lost in a decade, and the 6-9 talker-extraordinaire Fury, will unfold. In America, you can watch their face-off on HBO, on Saturday afternoon. The stadium hosting the fight, Esprit,...

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DANIEL JACOBS, PETER QUILLIN, CHRIS ALGIERI & MARCUS BROWNE SHARE THANKSGIVING MEMORIES, PLANS & MORE BEFORE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 SHOWDOWNSAT BARCLAYS CENTER LIVE ON SHOWTIME BROOKLYN (November 24, 2015) – As their pivotal December 5 showdowns loom, Daniel “The Miracle Man” Jacobs (30-1, 27 KOs), Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin (32-0-1, 23 KOs), Chris Algieri (20-2, 8 KOs) and “Sir” Marcus Browne (16-0, 12 KOs) took time out of training camp to share their Thanksgiving plans, memories and what it’s like to be training...

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Dec. 5 Could Unveil A New Middleweight Star at Barclays

Come Dec. 5, we maybe get a new star in the middleweight division. And we get one guy getting kicked to the curb, to a degree, I think. At Barclays Center, the first Saturday of December, Peter Quillin, who has been a bit out of sight, out of mind as far as activity goes, tries to show Danny Jacobs that he is the topmost of the 160 scene in these parts, and, really, worldwide, depending on how solid his showing. Jacobs, meanwhile, can pump even more zest into his story arc, as a true-blue comeback kid, from a nasty KO loss, and from a...

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HBO Latino Has Fights Dec. 12

Glendale, CA: Top Mexican welterweights Pedro Campa and Aaron Herrera will collide on a Tripleheader of action on Saturday, December 12 at the Glendale Civic Auditorium and televised live on HBO Latino Boxing (10pm ET/PT). Top Rank, in association with Main Events and Zanfer Promotions made the announcement today. "Anytime Mexican welterweights with these type of styles faceoff in the LA area, fireworks are bound to happen," said Carl Moretti, VP, Top Rank. Campa (18-0, 14 KOs) of Hermosillo, Mexico will battle Hererra (21-3-1, 12 KOs) of...

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So many fighters say the same thing. “I’m ready to die if necessary,” they publicly pronounce, and some might even believe it. But while bravery is as much of a staple of winning boxing as talent, answering the bell against even the most fearsome puncher is not the same as a soldier charging a machine-gun nest or engaging in hand-to-hand combat with an enemy who is actually trying to end his life, not just knock him out. A fighter’s fortitude and strength of character certainly are tested in the ring, but all the convenient...

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Multiple Premier Boxing Champions Events Added To Fox Broadcast Lineup

MULTIPLE PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONS EVENTS ADDED TO FOX BROADCAST LINEUP UNDEFEATED DANNY GARCIA FACES FORMER WORLD CHAMPION ROBERT GUERRERO ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 LIVE FROM STAPLES CENTER IN LOS ANGELES Tickets On Sale Today! LOS ANGELES - FOX Sports expands its existing media rights agreement for Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) with multiple primetime Saturday evening bouts on the FOXbroadcast network and FOX Deportes in 2016. PBC on FOX debuts Saturday, January 23 (8:00 PM ET) with an action-packed two-hour show headlined by one...

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PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONS ON ESPN FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE QUOTES & PHOTOS Cuban Sensation Erislandy Lara Faces Former World Champion Jan Zaveck Wednesday, November 28 From Hilaleah Park Racing & Casino Photos From Andre Courtemanche/Warriors Boxing MIAMI (November 23, 2015) - Super welterweight world champion Erislandy "The American Dream" Lara (21-2-2, 12 KOs) and former world champion Jan Zaveck (35-3, 19 KOs) took part in a press conference Monday afternoon in Miami as they near their Premier Boxing Champions on...

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Chilemba Ready for Alvarez with One Eye on Stevenson

Training Camp Notes: Chilemba Isaac "Golden Boy" Chilemba Photo Credits:David Spagnolo/Main Events Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: This Saturday, Isaac "Golden Boy" Chilemba (24-2-2, 10 KOs) will take on Eleider "Storm" Alvarez (18-0, 10 KOs) for the mandatory position in the WBC at Centre Videotron in Quebec City, Quebec; the winner will challenge Adonis "Superman" Stevenson for the WBC Light Heavyweight World Title in 2016. Chilemba, 28, was born in Blantyre, Malawi one of the poorest regions in the world. He moved to Johannesburg,...

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Golovkin Trainer Sanchez Assesses #Canelo Win, Weight

In my eyes, Canelo's stock rose with his effort Saturday night, as he boxed mega-smart, worked smarter, not harder, and was the better ring general against Miguel Cotto at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, while picking up the WBC and RING middleweight titles. Everyone doesn't agree; most of the folks who aren't fully sold on the Mexican's victory cite the same detractor. His size...they saw a light heavyweight fighting a middleweight, and thus, believe the playing field wasn't even. I touched based with someone who was up close, on site, and...

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Recent Boxing Results

Date: November 21st, 2015

Location: BMandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada

Wt Class / Title Fights Result Rnd
Middleweight / WBC

Saul Alvarez (W)

Miguel Cotto

12 of 12
Super Featherweight / WBC

Francisco Vargas (W)

Takashi Miura

9 of 12 @ 1:31
Super Bantamweight

Guillermo Rigondeaux (W)

Drian Francisco

10 of 10
Fratherweight / WBC Silver

Ronny Rios (W)

Jayson Velez

10 of 10

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