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The Dirrell Brothers Take Home the Bacon in Atlantic City

The fighting Dirrell brothers from Flint, Michigan moved up the pecking order in the super middleweight division with victories over their respective opponents in a PBC promotion at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City on Friday, April 29. Anthony Dirrell, the younger sibling by 13 months, hardly broke a sweat in disposing of Caleb Truax. Andre Dirrell overcame some dicey moments to score a unanimous decision over Australia’s Blake Caparello. Anthony Dirrell, now 29-1-1 (23) stopped Minnesota’s Caleb Truax (26-2-2 going in) at the...

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K-2’s “Triple G” Recipe Takes NYC, Now L.A. Too

By David A. Avila Just like a heavy duty tractor the Gennady “Triple G” Golovkin machine rolled into the Los Angeles city limits and steamrolled the sports world in attracting more than 16,000 fans to the Fabulous Forum. Those numbers had not been reached since Michael Carbajal clashed with Humberto “Chiquita” Gonzalez in the 1990s. K-2 Promotions once again showed why it’s the best boxing promoter today with Golovkin mobbed by fans of all nationalities in his world title match defense against virtually unknown Dominic...

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When Fighters Are Put In Uncharacteristic Positions

This Saturday April 30th marks the 40th anniversary of the Muhammad Ali-Jimmy Young world heavyweight championship bout in Landover Maryland. Ali won via a 15-round unanimous decision by the scores of 72-65, 70-68 & 71-64 on points, or 10-3-2, 7-5-3 and 11-4 in rounds. The decision was controversial. It was met with boos because Ali, 34, didn't look good and missed more punches against Jimmy Young, 27, than he ever had in his career against any other fighter. After the bout, Ali's head trainer Angelo Dundee, one of the most tireless...

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Showtime Championship Boxing Doubleheader

WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 27, 2016; PRESS RELEASE – Fight week began Wednesday for the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING doubleheader taking place Saturday, April 30 at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C. as fighters toured monuments throughout the nation’s capital before they enter the ring for their respective world title fights on Saturday night. In the main event live on SHOWTIME® (10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT), WBC Super Middleweight World ChampionBadou Jack will take on former world champion Lucian Bute while IBF Super Middleweight...

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Small Talk from South-Central L.A.: Herrera, Gomez and Quigley

By David A. Avila / Photo by Tom Hogan LOS ANGELES-Deep in the industrial pockets south of downtown Los Angeles the media workouts were held for next week’s Cinco de Mayo extravaganza featuring Golden Boy Promotions various supporting cast for star Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. The media workout was held the day before for Alvarez. On Tuesday, they held the blue collar portion at City of Angels Boxing Gym. All will be participating on the May 7 fight card at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. HBO pay-per-view will...

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GGG vs. "The Alien" at 168 or 170? It Almost Happened !

By BERNARD FERNANDEZ A funny thing happened on the way to the dreadful mismatch that was unified middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin vs. Dominic Wade: Fight fans might have gotten a pairing of “GGG” and ageless wonder Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins, at 168 or perhaps 170 pounds. Think that would have been preferable to watching Golovkin, the most avoided fighter in boxing, beat up still another “challenger” foolish or desperate enough to offer himself up as a human sacrifice to the hardest-punching 160-pounder since Gerald...

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19-year old "veteran" David Benavidez Featured on StubHub Undercard

Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto tangle in a 12-round welterweight contest in the main event of a FOX Sports and FOX Deportes tripleheader at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on Saturday, April 30. The bout is a rematch of their 2012 war, a lusty skirmish in which both were on the canvas twice. A 10-round featherweight contest between Jorge Lara and Fernando Montiel and a 10-round light heavyweight contest between Edwin Rodriguez and Thomas Williams Jr. are the appetizers on the TV portion of the 11-bout card. And for those lucky...

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Jeff Horn is Poised to Become a Big Name in Australia. Will Randall Bailey Spoil The Soup?

Thirty years have elapsed since Jeff Fenech became an overnight sensation in his native Australia by winning a version of the world bantamweight title in only his seventh professional fight. In the interim, most of the top Aussie fighters (think Kostya Tszsu and Vic Darchinyan) have been transplants from other countries. But that may be changing. Native son Lucas Browne owns a piece of the world heavyweight title and Jeff Horn, a welterweight, is on the brink of becoming a big star in the Land Down Under. To achieve that distinction, Horn...

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No One Should Take Issue With Joshua Fighting Breazeale In First Defense

By Frank Lotierzo It was recently announced that IBF heavyweight title holder Anthony Joshua will make the first defense of his title on June 25th at the 02 Arena in Greenwich, London. His opponent, American Dominic Breazeale 17-0 (15), who competed at the 2012 Olympics when Joshua won a gold medal, last fought in January against Amir Mansour who entered the bout 22-1-1 (16). Breazeale lost all five rounds of the fight and was dropped in the third round. However, Mansour accidentally bit his tongue nearly in half and couldn't breathe...

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Anthony Joshua Selects Dominic Breazeale for His First Title Defense

As a professional, Anthony Joshua has engaged in 16 fights covering only 34 rounds. Nonetheless, he is recognized as the world heavyweight champion by one of the major sanctioning bodies. And his title-winning demolition of Charles Martin showed that he is legitimate -- perhaps the most talented heavyweight on the scene today -- notwithstanding his inexperience. “It was a calm and composed performance that allowed his raw power to get the job done with breathtaking speed,” said the correspondent for the London Guardian. Joshua closed the...

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Recent Boxing Results


Date: April 16th, 2016


Location: Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut


Wt Class / Title Fights Result Rnd
Feather / WBC World

Gary Russell Jr (W)

Patrick Hyland

TKO
2 of 12 @1:33
Super Feather / IBF World

Jose Pedraza (W)

Stephen Smith

UD
12 of 12 via (116-111,116-111,117-110)
Light Heavyweight

Chad Dawson (W)

Cornelius White

TKO
4 of 10 @2:22
Female Featherweight

Shelly Vincent (W)

Elizabeth Anderson

UD
6x2 via (60-54,60-54,60-54)

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