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    Austin Trout vs. Daniel Dawson Are Now on Sale

    Posted by Karceno on July 31, 2014 at 1:47am 0 Comments

    Tickets to ESPN Friday Night Fights Austin Trout vs. Daniel Dawson Are Now on Sale

    Austin Trout vs. Daniel Dawson Pechanga Resort and Casino Tickets on Sale

    For anyone planning to go to Austin Trouts next fight against Daniel Dawson August 22 at thePechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California, you better act quick as the Grand Ballroom inside the casino is currently configured to only seat about 1,100 spectators.

    The former WBA Super Welterweight champion and Las Cruces resident, Trout, will look to bounce back from a rough 2013 where he suffered the first two losses in his professional…

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    Juan the Baby Bull Diaz returns to the ring Sept. 6th

    Posted by Karceno on July 30, 2014 at 10:53pm 0 Comments

    By Kevin Davis

    Former Lightweight world champion Juan 'The Baby Bull' Diaz returns to action September 6th in Larado, Texas. His opponent is slated to be Carlos Cardenas, which is more of a warmup fight for Diaz  but a even bigger fight is slated to come down the world against former jr. lightweight champion Rocky Martinez, which is sure to bring action. The boxer vs the puncher, Diaz with his fast hands and Martinez has killer power, but first things first, Cardenas is next to prove we are looking forward to soon because he will be up to dethrone the former champion.

    Undefeated Super Middleweight Jesse Hart Re-signs with D & D Management

    Posted by BoxingSocialist on July 30, 2014 at 8:00am 0 Comments

    Philadelphia (July 29, 2014)-- D & D Management is proud to announce the re-signing of undefeated Super Middleweight,Jesse "Hard Work" Hart to an exclusive managerial contract.

    Hart of Philadelphia has a record of 14-0 with 11 knockouts, signed with D & D Management following a stellar amateur career and then he signed with promotional powerhouse Top Rank Inc.

    Hart has established himself as one of the top prospects in the world and has big wins over Joshua Myers, Tyrell Hendrix, Derrick Findley, Sammy Clarkson and in his last bout when he stopped Shujaa El Amin in six rounds on June 14.

    "The first two years have been wonderful.  There has been nothing bad,"said…
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    Andre Dirrell returns to the ring

    Posted by Karceno on July 30, 2014 at 1:52am 0 Comments

    Former super middleweight world title challenger and 2004 U.S. Olympic bronze medalist Andre Dirrell, who has fought just twice since 2010, is making a comeback on Friday night.

    Dirrell will face Vladine Biosse in a scheduled 10-rounder in the opening bout of "Friday Night Fights" (ESPN2/ESPN Deportes, 9 p.m. ET) at The Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington, promoter Dan Goossen announced on Wednesday. The fight will be Dirrell's first in 18 months.

    What does he have left after being so inactive for the past four-plus years?

    "I think we'll all find that out on Friday night," Goossen said. "Biosse will be there to fight, so it's a great fight for Dirrell to come back for to get back into the ring."

    Dirrell (21-1, 14 KOs), 30, of Flint, Michigan, has been penciled into the card for a few weeks, but he did not have a set opponent.

    "I'm too excited on my return to the ring to make any predictions on the fight. I just want to hear the bell…

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    The reason we love Mayweather fights

    Posted by Karceno on July 30, 2014 at 1:20am 0 Comments

    By Kevin Davis

    Boxing fans say Floyd Mayweather needs to fight this guy and this guy, and when he beats them they dig up another challenge, and say if he doesn't fight them, they are done watching but they tune in anyhow because Floyd is must see TV, you never know what is going to happen. You may have a both trainers come into a ring and start a brawl, you might see a foul and a surprise knockout after it, you may see the commentator get put back in his place, or you may see the greatest boxing display anyone has ever seen. The fans hate to admit when someone else tells them something they know is true but has never said it first, because they didn't say it first, so they will yell out 'that's not true' knowing it is completely the truth. That's why I wont expect anyone to agree with me too…

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    Golovkin demolishes Geale

    Posted by Karceno on July 27, 2014 at 1:36am 0 Comments

    Golovkin demolishes Geale

    By Matt Richardson at ringside
    Photos: Emily Harney

    WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (30-0, 27 KOs) scored a third round demolition of former world champion Daniel Geale (30-3, 16 KOs) Saturday night before 8,572 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Golovkin dropped Geale in round two with a barrage of punches. The end came in round three when Golovkin dropped Geale again with a huge right hand. Time was 2:47. Making the win all the more impressive is Geale had connected with a hard punch just a fraction of a second before Golovkin’s punch landed and Golovkin’s blow still carried KO power.

    Prescott comes up short on espn Friday night fights

    Posted by Karceno on July 25, 2014 at 10:26pm 0 Comments

    By kevin davis Welterweight action was rampant when briefs PrescottTook on Roberto Garcia body Texas. From the opening bell Garcia brawling style was wearing down the smaller Prescott who is more fitted for the jr. Welterweight division. Prescott still showing he has power landed a great right hand shot to drop Garcia but it wasn't enough as the scores of 96-93 95-94 and 96-92,gave Garcia the landslide victory.

    Semajay Thomas wins via first round stoppage

    Posted by Karceno on July 25, 2014 at 9:43pm 0 Comments

    By Kevin Davis

    Semajay Thomas came home to Chicago to deliver a knockout victory and did just that. From the opening bell Thomas power dictated the fight with sharp right hands and hard jabs. His double jab kept Charon Spain at bay. Feeling overmatched spain began to let his hands fly, but it didn't matter as Thomas power was too much to overcome. After three knockdown. The ref had seen enough. Another first-round Kobe for Thomas.
     
     
     

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