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Fight Action from Commerce Casino

COMMERCE, Ca.-Boxing returned to the Commerce Casino after many years and a bantamweight clash saw Michigan’s Ryan Allen rally from […]

Antonio Orozco and Seniesa Estrada Victorious in L.A.

LOS ANGELES-Super lightweight contender Antonio Orozco shook off the rust and returned to form with a unanimous decision win over veteran Martin Honorio on Friday.

Ringside at the StubHub: Oscar Valdez Survives A War to Keep His Title

Under a constant rain WBO featherweight titlist Oscar Valdez was able to overcome the hefty looking Scott Quigg in a brutal war before a small crowd to win by unanimous decision on Saturday.

Ringside at the OC Hangar: Hovhannisyan TKOs Rios in a Shocker

COSTA MESA, Calif.-Azat Hovhannisyan walked into the lion’s den that is Ronny Rios neighborhood and emerged with a knockout win to retain the WBC America’s super

Top-Tier SoCal Fighters Top the Bills in TV Fights This Weekend

Two prizefighters from Riverside County, Calif. compete for America’s television boxing audience as Oscar Valdez and Mikey Garcia perform on rival networks this weekend.

Dmitry Bivol Performs in New York’s Madison Square Garden

Almost hidden in the middle of suburbia Dmitry Bivol quietly toiled away working on his craft like a master violinist preparing for a concerto. Every note perfected.

GGG and Canelo in Chilly L.A.

LOS ANGELES-It was Los Angeles cold and several hundred fans gathered in LA Live to watch the two middleweight titans Gennady “GGG” Golovkin and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in person Tuesday evening.

Another Win in Japan for WBA Champion Danny Roman

While most of his fans slept Danny “Baby-faced Assassin” Roman dominated Ryo Matsumoto across the globe to keep the WBA super bantamweight world title by unanimous decision

WBA Champ Danny Roman Returns to Japan for His First Title Defense

Win or lose Danny Roman has taken fans on an extraordinary journey.

The WBA super bantamweight titlist, Roman (23-2-1, 9 KOs) has an invitation to a duel against Ryo Matsumoto (21-1, 19 KOs) on Wednesday

Thailand’s Sor Rungvisai Keeps WBC Title at the Forum

INGLEWOOD, Calif.-A breathless battle for the WBC super flyweight title saw the champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai retain the belt against Mexico’s Juan Francisco Estrada