The tie ended the skein of 16 straight wins for the self-styled Haitian-Canadian “Superman” who looked very much the loser at the sound of the final bell.
When the best fight the best you get a Romero Duno who was put on a small fight show and unexpectedly knocked out the hometown favorite easy peasy.
On another show, Rey Perez toppled the same hometown fighter and he’s now in the semi-main event.
Ryan Garcia moves so fast he’s already out-sped two nicknames.
First there was “KingRy” then “Flash,” pretty soon it’s going to be “Gone,” as in baseball jargon for a home run.
INDIO, Calif.-NABO titlist Jojo Diaz floored Mexico’s Victor Terrazas three times in adding the NABF featherweight title to his wardrobe on Thursday evening
It’s a new year with new hopes for various promoters in the Southern California region as two nights of prizefighting take center stage.
Gyms are heating up all over Southern California and the first fight card for February will take place in the Palm Springs area. Many more will follow this month.
Champions descended into a small elementary school near the South Bay area of Los Angeles where dozens of students ranging […]
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