Luis Carlos Abrego brutally KOed in Argentina…and then things got feisty

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    Top Rank Goes Outside the Box

    Top Rank Goes Outside the Box for the Pacquiao-Vargas Broadcasting Crew

    Top Rank Goes Outside the Box - On Monday, Sept. 26, Bob Arum announced the broadcasting team for the Top Rank show on Nov. 5 featuring Manny Pacquiao vs. Jessie Vargas. In the press release, ESPN sports personality Stephen A. Smith is accorded top billing. Smith will be joined by Brian Kenny, Charissa Thompson, and Top Rank fighter Timothy ...


    This Day in Boxing History: Chaos Ensues after Marvin Hagler Destroys Alan Minte...

      by Kid Hersh On Sept. 27, 1980, Alan Minter defended his title against Marvin Hagler at Wembley Arena in London. It was Minter’s second defense of the title that he won from Vito Antuofermo and his reign would be brief. Hagler cut him to pieces. Minter’s face was a mask of blood when the referee stopped the contest in the third ro...

    Jorge Linares, of Venezuela, celebrates his 10th-round win over Oscar Larios, of Mexico, in the WBC interim featherweight title boxing match Saturday, July 21, 2007, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison)

    Three Punch Combo: The Underrated Jorge Linares, Trey Lippe Morrison, and More

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    Friday Sees 3 Regional Title Fights

    Friday Sees Three Regional Title Fights on CBSSN

    Friday Sees 3 Regional Title Fights - This Friday, September 30th at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, legendary boxer Roy Jones Jr. has his promotional hat on as he hosts a five-fight boxing card that sees the featured bouts air on the CBS Sports Network. The card is being promoted as "Knockout Night at the D" and the live broadcast be...


    Boxing and Drama: Part 2

    Like a meteorite, he emerged seemingly out of nowhere as one of the fight game's most exciting, tough-as-nails welterweights and the fans came to love him both as a fighter and as a person with an obvious big heart, full of personality and limitless promise. He was the quintessential blood and guts warrior who always seemed to grab victory fro...

    Carlos Monzon TKOs Emile Griffith

    This Day in Boxing History: Carlos Monzon TKOs Emile Griffith

    Carlos Monzon TKOs Emile Griffith -  On September 25th of 1971 WBC/WBA middleweight champion Carlos Monzon defended his titles against Emile Griffith at Estadio Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  It was the first time Monzon put his titles on the line in front of his hometown fans. He won the titles from Nino Benvenuti in Italy and succe...

    Rico Ramos Wins

    Rico Ramos Wins By KO in El Monte, Calif.

    Rico Ramos Wins - Former WBA World 122-pound champion Rico “Suavecito” Ramos grabbed three rounds to figure out Prosper Ankrah before lowering the boom in a super bantamweight fight on Saturday. Though Ramos (26-5, 13 KOs) walked into the ring wearing red boxing trunks he did not see red until the third round bell rang and then he showe...

    Linares Outclasses Crolla in Manchester

    Linares Outclasses Crolla in Manchester

    Linares Outclasses Crolla in Manchester - Anthony Crolla's title defense of his WBA world lightweight title against Jorge Linares was the main event of last night's Manchester Arena boxing card promoted by Eddie Hearn. Crolla was making the second defense of his title, while Venezuela's Linares was looking to return to the world title picture...

    Canelo vs Smith Looks Like Bad Day For HBO Boxing

    Canelo vs Smith Looks Like Bad Day For HBO Boxing

    Canelo vs Smith Looks Like Bad Day For HBO Boxing - The preliminary pay-per-view numbers for September 17th's HBO Boxing PPV showdown between Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Liam Smith are in and the numbers are not good. Several sources are reporting the number to be in the 290,000 to 310,000 range, with some sources putting the number closer to 25...


    Date: Thursday, September 23rd, 2016

    Location: Buffalo Run Casino, Miamo, OK.

    Wt Class / Title Fights Result Rnd
    Light Heavy Radivoje kaladjdzic (W)

    Travis Peterkin

    TKO @1:32 of RD 5 of 10
    Super Light / USBA Ivan Baranchyk (W)

    Zhimin Wang

    UD RD 10 of 10 (100-90,99-91,100-90)
    Heavy Trey Lippe (W)

    Ed Latimore

    TKO @2:19 of RD 1 of 6
    Heavy James McKenzie Morrison 

    Aaron Chavers

    Draw RD 6 of 6