The Oscar De La Hoya Foundation will host its 16th Annual Turkey Giveaway on Saturday, November 17 at the Oscar De La Hoya Animo Charter High School. Join Abner Mares, Daniel Ponce De Leon, Leo Santa Cruz, Victor Ortiz and Vicente Escobedo as they help distribute hundreds of turkeys, fixings and other products to the East Los Angeles community.
WHEN:Saturday, November 17
Turkey Giveaway: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm PT
WHERE: Oscar De La Hoya Ánimo Charter High School (Side Entrance on Garnet St.)
SAN DIEGO (November 14, 2012)—This Saturday night one of the most anticipated bouts of 2012 will take place at the Los Angeles Sports Arena as WBO Flyweight champion Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria takes on WBA champion Hernan “Tyson” Marquez in a unification bout that will prove 112 pound supremacy.
The bout can be seen live in the United States on WealthTV and www.wealthtv.com beginning at 9pm eastern.
This fight card begins a five week stretch of some of the best boxing action in the world on WealthTV and www.wealthtv.com.
On November 30th, undefeated heavyweight sensation David Price (14-0, 12 KO’s) takes on former world title challenger Matt Skelton.
The very next day, undefeated heavyweight Tyson Fury (19-0, 14 KO’s) takes on American proven veteran Kevin Johnson.
December 6th, WealthTV and Wealthtv.com will be re-broadcasting the WBC Super Featherweight championship bout between Takahiro Ao and Gamaliel Diaz.
On December 8th, European super middleweight champion James DeGale (13-1, 9 KO’s) defends his title against an opponent to be named.
Finally on December 14th, WealthTV and wealthtv.com ventures back to Montreal for the return of former light heavyweight champion of the world Jean Pascal as he returns to the ring against former world title challenger Aleksy Kuziemsky. Also on that card will be Eleider Alvarez fighting Edison Miranda, plus knockout artist David Lemieux.
“We have some terrific fights over a five week stretch,” said WealthTV president Charles Herring.
“WealthTV promised the boxing fans that we’d be one of the most active networks in providing the highest quality bouts from all over the world without any associated premium channel fees. The next several weeks provide just a glimpse into what we have planned for 2013. And US boxing fans that don’t receive WealthTV via their cable provider can watch these fights for just 99 cents a month on wealthtv.com. We aren’t aware of another network that offers high quality fights for such a price.”
Viloria (31-3, 18 KO’s) is thirty-one years old of Waipahu, Hawaii was a 2000 United States Olympian and won his first seventeen bouts before scoring an explosive first round knockout over Erick Ortiz to win the WBC Light Flyweight crown. After one defense, Viloria lost the crown to Omar Nino Romero. Viloria and Romero fought to a disputed draw in the rematch which was later ruled a no-contest after Romero failed a post-fight drug test. Viloria then lost to Edgar Sosa in a bout for the vacant title. Viloria went on to win five straight bouts before winning the IBF belt with a majority decision over Ulises Solis. Viloria defended that belt once before being stopped by Carlos Tamara in the twelfth round of a memorable war.
Viloria moved up to Flyweight and won two fights before winning the WBO Flyweight championship with a twelve round unanimous decision over Julio Cesar Miranda. Viloria has had two impressive defenses which includes stoppage wins over classy world champion Giovanny Segura and his old nemesis Romero.
Marquez (34-2, 25 KO’s) is twenty-four years old of Emplame, Sonora, Mexico turned professional in 2005 and won his first twenty-seven bouts. Marquez was stopped in eight to pound for pound ranked fighter Nonito Donaire. Marquez won two straight bouts before winning the WBA belt with an eleventh round stoppage over Luis Concepcion. That bout was of the best bouts of 2011 where both fighters inflicted vicious punishment to each other to the point where the bout was one of the most brutal fights in the past decade. Marquez defended the title twice which included a first round stoppage over Concepcion in the rematch.
Marquez has won seven in a row which includes two non-title wins and he is ready to add the WBO title to his collection.
In the co-feature, one of boxing’s best fighters, Roman “Chocolatio” Gonzalez (33-0, 28 KO’s) of Managua, Nicaragua will look to make the fifth defense of the WBA Light Flyweight title when he takes on fellow power puncher Juan Francisco Estrada (22-1, 18 KO’s)
Saturday’s night evening of boxing can be enjoyed on WealthTV nationally on Verizon FiOS TV channel 169 and 669 in HD, AT&T U-Verse TV channels 470 and 1470 in HD, along with over 100 cable systems across the country as well as on line viewing on numerous connected devices and via www.wealthtv.com.
ATLANTIC CITY, November 14 - Unbeaten Canadian welterweight star Phil Lo Greco and junior middleweight veteran Demetrius Hopkins, along with a host of east coast talent, will stack the Adrien Broner vs. Antonio DeMarco undercard at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City this Saturday, November 17, making it a must see night for fight fans throughout the region.
In the featured undercard bouts both scheduled for eight rounds, Toronto's Lo Greco faces Highland, New York's Daniel Sostre, and Philadelphia's Hopkins battles York, Pennsylvania's Keenan Collins.
Broner vs. DeMarco, a 12-round fight between Adrien "The Problem" Broner and Antonio DeMarco for DeMarco's WBC Lightweight World Championship will take place Saturday, November 17 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The event is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions and R & R Promotions in association with Gary Shaw Productions, sponsored by Caesars Atlantic City, Corona and AT&T and will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. The co-main event will be a 12-round heavyweight clash between Seth "Mayhem" Mitchell and Johnathon Banks for Mitchell's NABO title and the vacant WBC International Heavyweight title.
Tickets priced at $200, $100, $50 and $25, plus applicable taxes and service charges, are available for purchase at the Boardwalk Hall box office, by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 736-1420 or online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Nicknamed "The Italian Sensation," Phil Lo Greco (24-0, 13 KO's) has thrilled fans in his native Canada as well as in Italy, but now he's on a quest to conquer the United States as well. A six year pro who won the WBC International Welterweight title in 2010, the 28-year-old Lo Greco has won both of his fights in the United States in 2012, decisioning Hector Orozco in April at Boardwalk Hall and most recently, knocking out 16-1-1 Brandon Hoskins in the first round at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Saturday night, he will battle Daniel Sostre (11-7-1 4 KO's), a seven-year professional looking to end the year with a win over the undefeated Lo Greco.
The nephew of boxing legend Bernard Hopkins, 32-year-old Demetrius Hopkins (31-2-1, 11 KO's) got back in the saddle in September after an 18-month layoff from the ring, and he looked sharper than ever in scoring a shutout unanimous decision victory over Doel Carrasquillo. Comfortably set in his new weight class of 154 pounds, "The Gladiator" is expected to get a stiff challenge from fellow Pennsylvanian Keenan Collins (14-7-3, 9 KO's), an eight-year vet of the sport who is as tough as they come on the East Coast.
Also representing the City of Brotherly Love is 22-year-old junior middleweight prospect Julian Williams (9-0-1, 4 KO's), who will be looking to extend his three fight winning streak at the expense of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico's Jonel Tapia (8-2-1, 5 KO's) in their eight round match-up.
In light heavyweight action, Fort Washington, Maryland's Thomas Williams Jr. (10-0, 7 KO's) will travel north to Atlantic City to take on Philadelphia's Taneal Goyco (4-4-1, 2 KO's) in a six round bout.
This hard-hitting night of fights will kick off with a pair of four round bouts, with New York junior welterweight Zachary Ochoa (2-0, 2 KO's) facing Casa Grande, Arizona's Michael Salcido (1-4) and Terron Grant (3-0, 2 KO's) of White Plains, Maryland squaring off against Abraham Esquivel (5-2, 3 KO's) of Monterey, Mexico in a lightweight bout.
November 13, 2012 - Gary Shaw Productions, in association with Grange Old School Boxing and Black Venom Promotions, are happy to announce the date and location for the epic IBF Middleweight championship bout between Daniel "Real Deal" Geale (28-1, 15 KOs) and Anthony Mundine (44-4, 26 KOs). The Sydney Entertainment Centre in Australia will host the larger-than-life rematch on January 30, 2012.
"In all my years in boxing, this is the biggest fight in Australian boxing history and we are delighted to be able to bring it to Sydney," said Gary Shaw. "This city has a proud history of staging big fights and let me assure you they don't get bigger than this. Daniel Geale is considered to be, by many, one of the best Middle Weights in the World, after winning 2 World Titles from German Fighters on German soil. Daniel is desperate to avenge his controversial loss to Mundine in 2009."
"For Mundine, this is an opportunity to not only claim a fourth world title, but also put on a show for the millions of fans who will be watching this fight around the globe. This is a once in a life time fight that will captivate not only fans in Sydney, but across Australia and the rest of the world. I'd like to thank Destination NSW for their support in bringing this fight to Sydney and look forward to working together to ensure the event becomes a truly memorable sporting event."
"I'm happy we are able to move forward with the promotion now that we have a date and venue sorted," said Daniel Geale. "The Sydney Entertainment Centre is a fantastic place to hold this fight. The whole country is talking about this fight and I can't wait to put Mundine in his place after all the trash talking he's been doing. I encourage everyone to get their tickets now because January 30th will be a night to remember."
"This fight is going to be a blockbuster event for the people of Australia and I'm expecting an explosive night of boxing," said co-manager Garrie Francisco. "My partner Bill Treacy and I are excited to be part of this historic event."
Today's announcement marks a homecoming for Anthony Mundine, who returns to his 'spiritual home' for the eighth time as a professional.
"I've had some of my best fights in this venue and I can't wait to get back here again on January 30" Mundine said. "I made my pro debut and won my first world title here, it's a special place for me and in January I'm going to write another chapter in my legacy by stopping Daniel Geale."
The Sydney Entertainment Centre has capacity of 11,500 guests and is located 35 Harbour Street, Darling Harbour NSW 2000, Australia. Tickets priced Cat 1-$1000, Cat 2-$500, Cat 3-$300, Cat 4-$200, Cat 5-$100 and Cat 6-$75 can be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.com from 9am AEDT Friday, November 16.
CompuBox President Bob Canobbio announced today that CompuBox will donate $5 to the LI Disaster Relief Fund for every landed punch during the HBO telecast of the Antonio Demarco vs. Adrien Broner and Seth Mitchell vs. Jonathan Banks fights this Saturday night in Atlantic City.
“I was born and raised on Long Island and still live here,” said Canobbio. “I’m very saddened by this tragedy and want to give something back to the good people of Long Island in any way possible.”
Fight fans, promoters, trainers, fighters and managers wanting to participate can send their contributions—check made out to: Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Fund
UNCASVILLE, Conn. (November 13, 2012) - Limited tickets are still available to purchase for Saturday night's (Nov. 17) 8th annual Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame (CBHOF) Gala Induction Dinner in the Uncas Ballroom at Mohegan Sun.
All of the 2012 CBHOF Hall of Fame inductees, as well as this year's CBHOF award winners, will be honored this Saturday evening. Tickets, priced at $75.00, are on sale now by calling Kim Baker at Mohegan Sun (1.860-.862.7377) or Sherman Cain at the Manchester Journal Inquirer (1.800.237.3606 X321). Doors open at 5:30 p.m. ET, cocktails at 6 p.m. ET, followed by dinner.
The incoming class of CBHOF inductees include former World Boxing Association (WBA) light middleweight champion "Tremendous" Travis Simms, former World Boxing Union (WBU) middleweight titlist "Dangerous" Dana Rosenblatt, five-time Trainer of the Year Freddie Roach, promoter Jimmy Burchfield (Classic Entertainment and Sports, Inc.), manager George Cruz and the late manager/promoter Lou Viscusi.
The 2012 award winners are Tony "TNT" Grano, Conn. Professional Boxer of the Year; Elvis Figueroa, Conn. Amateur Boxer of the Year; Dick Flaherty, Official of the Year; Mitchell Etess, Contributor To Boxing
Go online to www.ctboxinghof.com for more information about the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame.
HOBOKEN, N.J. (November 12, 2012) - Challenger Yusaf Mack broke training camp yesterday in his hometown of Philadelphia and departed for England to fight International Boxing Federation (IBF) super middleweight champion Carl "The Cobra" Froch (29-2, 21 KOs), headlining Saturday night's (Nov. 17) "True Brit" pay-per-view event (in the U.S.), live from Froch's hometown in Nottingham, England.
"True Brit," presented by Matchroom Boxing, is being distributed in the United States by Integrated Sports Media for live viewing at 3:00 PM/ET - 12:00 PM/PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DIRECTV, DISH Network and Avail-TVN for a suggested retail price of only $29.95.
"True Brit" will be available to view via Fight Now TV, America's only 24-hour combat sports and entertainment channel, on Cablevision channel 464 as part of the iO Gold package.
IBF No.5-ranked Mack (31-4, 17 KOs) has been fighting as a light heavyweight for the past five years. He lost his lone world title shot to IBF 175-pound champion Tavoris Cloud by eighth-round technical knockout in 2006.
"I feel good," Mack said last week from the famed Shuler Gym in Philly. "Training camp has been going real good with sparring partners like Steve Cunningham. I just want to prove I'm a world champion. I've been there before and fell short. I will reach my goal this time to be world champion.
"Froch is a good fighter but he's never fought anybody like me. Once Froch feels my power, he'll respect me. He won't be rushing in fighting a bigger, stronger guy like me. I'm going to out-slick him like (Andre) Ward did. He's got more to prove than me. He's fighting for his whole country. I have nothing to prove; he has to beat me."
World-rated light heavyweight Tony Bellew (18-1, 12 KOs) takes on South American champion Roberto Bolonti (30-1, 19 KOs) in the 12-round co-feature for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver Championship, which is also an official WBC eliminator to become champion "Bad" Chad Dawson's mandatory challenger.
Bellew, rated No. 10 by The Ring Magazine, has lost only once as a professional, last year in his only World title challenge fight to undefeated WBO champion Nathan Cleverly in a hotly-contested 12-round majority decision.
Bolonti, who is rated No. 5 by the WBC, as well as No. 10 by the World Boxing Association (WBA) and IBF, is shooting for his 27th consecutive victory, fighting for the first time outside of his native Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The PPV card, pending time restrictions, will also showcase some of Britain's top, young fighters, including bantamweight prospect Khalid "Kal" Yafai (3-0, 2 KOs), a 2008 Great Britain Olympian, vs. Pro Antonio Nettunio (7-5), lightweight Scott "Scotty" Cardle (5-0, 1 KO) vs. Joe Elfidh (7-2), former European middleweight champion Kerry Hope (17-4, 1 KO) in a six-round tune-up vs. Nobert Szekeres, lightweight Martin J. Ward (2-0) vs. Dan Carr, middleweight Ryan "Tank" Aston (7-1, 3 KOs) vs. Tyan Booth (11-6-1, 2 KOs), and featherweight Leigh "Leigh-thal" Wood (4-0, 1 KO) vs. Gavin Reid. All fights and fighters are subject to change.
Go online to www.integratedsportsmedia.com, www.fightnow.com for more information about the "True Grit" PPV. Follow Integrated Sports on Twitter @integratedppv and Fight Now TV @fightnowtv.
New York, NY/ Gauteng, SA (11/10/12) - Earlier tonight, 24-year-old red-hot undefeated super middleweight contender Thomas "Tommy Gun" Oosthuizen (21-0-1, 13KO's) retained his IBO super middleweight championship with a dominate twelve round unanimous decision over four-time world title challenger Fulgencio Zuniga (25-6-1, 22KO's) at the Emperor's Palace in Gauteng, South Africa.
Oosthuizen, who is promoted by Rodney Berman's Golden Gloves and DiBella Entertainment, dominated the action throughout, seemingly having his way with the much more experienced Zuniga, winning by scores of 120-108, 119-109, 119-109. Oosthuizen is expected to return action stateside sometime in early 2013.
PROVIDENCE (November 10, 2012) -- 2004 U.S. Olympian Jason "Big Six" Estrada (20-4, 6 KOs) won his fourth straight fight Saturday night with a fifth-round knockout of veteran heavyweight Galen "Bad Boy" Brown (38-21-1, 23 KOs) at the Rhode Island Convention Center. Estrada-Brown was the main event on the "Big Things" card, presented by Big Six Promotions.
Estrada continued displaying improved punching power, dropping Brown in the fifth, and then finishing him off with a series of stiff punches until the referee halted the action.
"I wanted to get that knockout," Estrada explained why he boxed less than normal. "I need knockouts. I've been sitting down more on my punches like my pops (father/trainer Roland Estrada) has been saying. I put the pressure on him. He was sticking his tongue out and doing other stuff like that, but I banged his body and then caught him. He was trying to hold my head down at the end when I caught him with some good shots. I'm not sure what's next. There's some talk going on and hopefully it'll be a big fight."
Local light welterweight Diego "Lobo" Pereira (8-0-1, 4 KOs) kept his unbeaten record intact, knocking out a game Bryan "The Brick" Abraham (6-15-2, 6 KOs) in the sixth round of the co-feature.
Fighting for the first time in two years, Cape Cod heavyweight Jesse Barboza (5-1-1, 3 KOs) outworked Kevin Franklin (4-6, 1 KO) for a win by four-round decision. In a battle of unbeaten light welterweights, Gabriel Deluc (7-0, 1 KO) won every round against Jair Ramos (3-1-1, 2 KOs) for a unanimous six-round decision. World Series of Boxing graduate Russell "The Haitian Sensation" Lamour (1-0) needed only 62 seconds to stop John Downey (0-2).
Welterweights "Steamin'" Josh Beeman and Carlos Hernandez fought to four-round majority draw. Heavyweight Julian Pollard was impressive in his professional debut, recording a devastating knocking of Johnnie Davis (1-3-1) in the second round.
In a battle between two-debuting Providence middleweights, K.J. Harrison-Lombardi won a unanimous four-round decision over Pubilo Pena. Former Irish National amateur champion Michael McLaughlin (3-1-1), now fighting out of Boston, stopped Robert Brando-Hunt (0-3) in the third round.
PHILADLEPHIA - A press conference was held to officially announce the next installment of the NBC Sports Network "Fight Night" boxing series. On December 8, 2012, a Philly-centric fight card will take place at Temple University's Pearson / McGonigle Hall on Broad Street in North Philly. The NBCSN broadcast will begin at 9PM ET.
North Philly native and #5 heavyweight contender Bryant Jennings, 15-0, 7 KOs, takes on Bowie Tupou, 22-2, 16 KOs, of Tonga, in the 12-round main event with Jennings' USBA heavyweight title on the line. The 10-round junior lightweight co-feature bout is an intriguing face off between North Philadelphian Teon Kennedy, 17-2-2, 7 KOs, who's coming off a world title challenge, and the undefeated Texan Jerry Belmontes, 17-0, 5 KOs. Kennedy is moving up in weight for the fight.
From the lobby of the fight venue, Hall of Fame promoter J Russell Peltz, a Temple University Grad, conducted the press conference, and along with Jennings and Kennedy spoke about the upcoming blockbuster event promoted by Main Events, Peltz Boxing, Goossen Tutor and BAM Boxing.
J Russell Peltz with Temple Owl Photo Credits: John DiSanto
J Russell Peltz: "This building opened in 1969 and I've been a (Temple Basketball) season ticket holder ever since. But I never thought I'd be promoting a fight here, certainly not on national television. "Fight Night" is probably the most successful boxing series going right now on television because the fights are actually competitive. You don't know who's going to win or lose."
Teon Kennedy: "I'm glad to be fighting in Philly again. I haven't fought here in two or three years. So I'm happy to be on this card right in my backyard. I live right around the corner."
Teon Kennedy at Press Conf
Photo Credits: John DiSanto
"This fight I have to win. I'm trying to showcase my skills. When I come to fight, I will be trying to knock him out. No crazy stuff, I'll still be playing it smart, but I'm trying to knock him out in at least the sixth or seventh round. He's a good fighter, but I know I'm better than him, and I will be coming to fight."
Bryant Jennings: "This is an opportunity that I've been waiting for. Every fight I dream of, and the outcome is to have a win. I don't care how it comes, knockout, unanimous decision, split decision. As long as I win."
Bryant Jennings Speaks at Press Conf
Photo Credits: John DiSanto
"Everybody knows me for my work ethic. I'm a heavyweight running ten miles, ten and a half miles, in less than an hour and a half. My work ethic speaks for itself. So you can tell that I want this."
"I'm so happy to be fighting at McGonigle Hall. This is my backyard. The track is right out there. I've put in endless miles on that track. I've scuffed up my sneakers. I did a million pull-ups and dips on the bars out there. So this is definitely my backyard."
"I don't take my opponent lightly. I take everybody seriously. So I'm quite sure that you know I'm going to go out and I'm going to fight my hardest. I'm going to do what I got to do. I ain't looking for no knockout, I'm just looking to win, make it look good, and I'm on to the next one, like Jay-Z said."
"We have a month left, four weeks exactly, and I'm ready right now. I'm always ready ahead of time. I hope to see you on December the 8th."
ABOUT DECEMBER 8TH Pearson/McGonigle Halls, a 4,500-seat venue at Temple University located at 1800 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19121. It has hosted both professional and amateur boxing in the past, but when NBC Sports Network broadcasts the sixth installment of its "Fight Night" series on Dec. 8, it will be the first professional boxing event held at Pearson/McGonigle Halls in over 19 years.
LOS ANGELES, November 9 - Boxing's most charismatic and explosive young star, Adrien "The Problem" Broner, returns to the ring on November 17 to challenge for his second divisional world title against WBC Lightweight World Champion Antonio DeMarco. To get ready for this highly-anticipated battle, FOX Deportes will bring fight fans four spectacular knockouts from Broner, and one epic finish by DeMarco on a special Classics feature on Saturday, November 10 on FOX Deportes beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT.
Cincinnati's Broner has captivated the boxing world with his gift of gab and electric personality, but he's also done a pretty good job with his fists too and this upcoming edition of FOX Deportes Classics will show you just what happens to opponents when they meet "The Problem." This weekend's Fox Deportes Classics will take viewers back to 2010 and 2011 to watch Broner's knockout victories over Rafael Lora, Ilido Julio, Jason Litzau and Vicente Martin Rodriguez. The four fights demonstrate how the young star tore through top competition in the junior lightweight division, until he had nowhere else to go but up as he now prepares for his first world title battle in the lightweight division against Demarco.
Not to be outdone, the current WBC Lightweight World Champion, Tijuana's DeMarco, will also show his power punching and aggressive style in the fight that put him on center stage and earned him his world title, the October 15, 2011 battle with Jorge "El Nino De Oro" Linares in which the 26-year-old southpaw halted the always-tough Linares with a come from behind 11th round technical knockout victory.
Broner vs. DeMarco, a 12-round fight for DeMarco's WBC Lightweight World Championship will take place Saturday, November 17 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The event is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions and R & R Promotions in association with Gary Shaw Productions, sponsored by Corona, AT&T and Caesars Atlantic City and will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. The co-main event will be a 12-round heavyweight clash between Seth Mitchell and Johnathon Banks for Mitchell's NABO title.
Tickets priced at $200, $100, $50 and $25, plus applicable taxes and service charges, are available for purchase at the Boardwalk Hall box office, by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 736-1420 or online at ticketmaster.com.
HOBOKEN, N.J. (November 9, 2012) -- International Boxing Federation (IBF) super middleweight champion Carl "The Cobra" Froch (29-2, 21 KOs) defends his title Saturday, November 17 against American challenger Yusaf Mack (31-4, 17 KOs) at Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, United Kingdom in the"True Brit" main event.
"True Brit," presented by Matchroom Boxing, will be distributed in the United States by Integrated Sports Media for live viewing at 3:00 PM/ET - 12:00 PM/PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DIRECTV, DISH Network and Avail-TVN for a suggested retail price of only $29.95.
Tony Bellew (18-1, 12 KOs) takes on South American champion Roberto Bolonti (30-1, 19 KOs) in the 12-round co-feature for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver light heavyweight championship and in an official WBC eliminator.
Go online to www.integratedsportsmedia.com, www.fightnow.com for more information about the "True Grit" PPV. Follow Integrated Sports on Twitter @integratedppv and Fight Now TV @fightnowtv.