Saturday, March 3, 2012

Golden Gloves at Sugar Ray Leonard Community Center March 3, 2012

Tonight at the Sugar Ray Leonard Community Center ProAmFightTalk with Juan Marshall along beside Boxing Along The Beltway with Gary Digital Williams sat front row to watch the Golden Gloves hosted by Bobby Magruder. Here are the winners of tonights 10 bouts.

    AGE           WEIGHT
                               
    9-10               70lbs               Stacey Shelby     Defeated       Erick Tudor
   14-15             154lbs               Luciano Romeo  Defeated       Richard Foxwell
       Novice Division              
                        141lbs              Yurii Polishchuk  Defeated       Samual Paulay
                        152lbs               Jacob Amegah    Defeated       Richard Lee III
                        165lbs               Steve Bucci        Defeated       Dale Goldston
                        178lbs               Gregory Clark    Defeated       Nico Williams
                        178lbs               Chris Clearly      Defeated       Justin Rice-Moore
                        201lbs               Albi Sadikas       Defeated       Marquette McMillion
       Open Division
                        132lbs               Joel Young        Defeated        Jordan Peters
                        141lbs               Cornell Hines     Defeated        Bomani Farmer










Friday, March 2, 2012

ESPN Friday Night Fights

1:23 in the 8th round Guzman wins by KO
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ESPN Friday Night Fights

Tonight on ESPN. 
From The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
Hollywood,Fla


Joan Guzman 31-0-1 (18KO's) 
                 VS
Jesus Pabon 17-2-0 (11KO's)

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Mullins steps up to the plate for Harrison

Dusty Harrison has his opponent for the March 10, 2012 Main Event Fight at the Washington Convention Center. Booker T. Mullins will be the man that Harrison will meet in the center of the ring. Keystone Boxing put it together once again, showing their desire to have boxing in the DMV. Hopefully this will be the start of bringing boxing back to DC on a regular basis.






Today Harrison is sparring with Pat Coye. Pat is a 178 lb. guy. Well over the 147 lb. weight limit that Harrison will be fighting at. It really doesn't matter who Harrison's sparring partner is. He is always ready to fight. Buddy Harrison says Pat is fighting March 17, 2012 in the Golden Gloves. Harrison predicts that Pat Coye will win the locals, regionals, and the nationals. " Remember Buddy Harrison is the guy that picked Lamont Peterson over Amir Khan." via Youtube: ProAmFightTalk

Sparring Day

At the Old School Boxing Gym, DeMarcus Chop Chop Corley is getting ready for his fight against Luis Ernesto Jose on April 7, 2012.  They will be fighting for the vacant UBC World Junior Welterweight Title.
Corley is already the NABF Light Welterweight Champion and is trying to add another belt to his collection.
Today he is sparring with local professional boxer Thomas KO Snow.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

You're OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




WBC bans Chisora indefinitely

Out until he completes an anger management program
WBC Statement: Jose Sulaiman, Mexico, president of The World Boxing Council has followed strictly all the actions related to the misconduct of Derek Chisora, that is considered one of the worst behaviors ever by a professional boxer , and we stand strongly with the BBB of C and the BDB to resolve this case immediately. The WBC is absolutely condemning behaviors that are not to be accepted in boxing under any circumstances and will act as soon as it can proceed to impose the fines and sanctions as we consider necessary.
The WBC is imposing a serious fine to be finally determined after the hearing to be held under the supervision of our counsel representative attorney Stephen Beverly, the WBC will also take off from the WBC rankings, the name of Derek Chisora and declare an indefinite suspension against fighting again for a WBC title, while demanding Chisora to take an anger management medical treatment after which his suspension will be reconsidered.
Boxing has won through the years an outstanding position in the world of sports and is liked by a President as well as by a shoe shine boy; the WBC has devoted at least 35 years for safety and boxing is today a sport that had only one fatal accident in minor boxing, that has overturned the past; boxers are gentlemen and show to the world an example of honor and fair play when after a tremendous battle, they go to the center of the ring to pay respect to each other.

Brandon Rios vs Yuriorkis Gamboa

Rios-Gamboa Ticket Alert


Tickets go on sale this Friday for the April 14 WBA lightweight title clash between former world lightweight champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios and former featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Seats are priced at $250, $150, $100, $50 and $25 and go on sale March 2 at 1PM ET/10AM PT at all Ticketmaster locations (select Smith’s Food and Drug Centers and Ritmo Latino). Ticket sales are limited to eight (8) per person. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Mandalay Bay at (877) 632-7400 or Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. Tickets also will be available for purchase at www.mandalaybay.com or www.ticketmaster.com.

UPCOMING FIGHTS

ESPN2   MARCH 2
Westin-Diplomat Hotel
Hollywood, Florida

Joan Guzman vs. Cosme Rivera
junior welterweights
Ed Paredes vs. Cosme Rivera
welterweights
Chonburi, Thailand
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam vs. Sonny Boy Jaro
WBC flyweight title
Castle Leisure Centre
Bury, England
Kieran Farrell vs. Jon Baguley
junior welterweight

March 3

Epix
ESPRIT arena
Düsseldorf, Germany
Wladimir Klitschko vs. Jean-Marc Mormeck
WBO/IBF/WBA heavyweight title
Telefutura
Woodland Community Senior Center
Woodland, California
Vicente Escobedo vs. Lonnie Smith
junior lightweight
Hillsborough Leisure Centre
Hillsborough, England
Jamie McDonnell vs. Malik Bouziane
European bantamweight title
Matt Skelton vs. Tom Dallas
heavyweight

March 7

Derwent Entertainment Centre
Hobart, Australia
Daniel Geale vs. Osumanu Adama
IBF middleweight title
Billy Dib vs. Eduardo Escobedo
IBF featherweight title
Kali Meehan vs. Travis Walker
heavyweight

March 9

Palais des Sports de Gerland
Lyon, France
Kiko Martinez vs. Arsen Martorosyan
European junior featherweight title
Tekirdag, Turkey
Dominik Britsch vs. Benjamin Simon
middleweight

March 10

Dusty Harrison vs Booker T. Mullins
Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC
Welterweight
Ty Barnett vs Angel Rios
Lightweight
ProAmFightTalk with Juan Marshall
Boxing Along The Beltway with Gary Digital Williams
MaxBoxing.com with Alec Kohut

Showtime
Coliseo Roberto Clemente
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Orlando Salido vs. Juan Manuel Lopez
WBO featherweight title
Miguel Angel “Mikey” Garcia vs. Bernabe Concepcion
featherweight
Braehead Arena
Glasgow, Scotland
Ricky Burns vs. Paulus Moses
WBO interim lightweight title

March 16

ESPN2
Morongo Casino Resort & Spa
Cabazon, California
Kendall Holt vs. Tim Coleman
welterweight
Abraham Lopez vs. Gabe Tolmajyan
featherweight
Wembley Arena
London, England
George Groves vs. Kenny Anderson
British super middleweight title
Sam Webb vs. Matthew Hall
junior middleweight

March 17

HBO
Madison Square Garden
New York, New York
Sergio Martinez vs. Matthew Macklin
middleweight
Edwin Rodriguez vs. Donovan George
super middleweight
Motorpoint Arena
Sheffield, England
Kell Brook vs. Matthew Hatton
welterweight
Lee Purdy vs. Adnan Amar
welterweight
Pavia, Italy
Giacobbe Fragomeni vs. Silvio Branco
cruiserweight
Luca Giacon vs. Krzysztof Szot
lightweight

March 24

HBO
Houston, Texas
Erik Morales vs. Danny Garcia
WBC junior welterweight title
James Kirkland vs. Carlos Molina
junior middleweight
NBC Sports Network
Aviator Sports Complex
Brooklyn, New York
Zab Judah vs. Vernon Paris
IBF junior welterweight eliminator
Curtis Stevens vs. Jose Medina
middleweight
Carnival City Casino
Johannesburg, South Africa
Takalani Ndlovu vs. Jeffrey Mathebula
IBF junior featherweight title
Nkosinathi Joyi vs. Katsunari Takayama
IBF strawweight title
Ponds Forge Arena
Sheffield, England
Gary Backlund vs. Paul Truscott
British junior lightweight title
Ryan Rhodes vs. Sergey Rabchenko
vacant European junior middleweight title

March 27

Korakuen Hall
Tokyo, Japan
Suriyan Sor Rungvisai vs. Yota Sato
WBC junior bantamweight title

March 30

ESPN2
Foxwoods Resort
Mahsantucket, Connecticut
Hank Lundy vs Dannie Williams
lightweight
Elvin Ayala vs. Hector Camacho Jr.
middleweight

March 31

Convention Center
Buffalo, New York
Lionell Thompson vs. Azea Augustama
light heavyweights
Sutton Sports Centre
St. Helens, England
Craig Lyon vs. Martin Ward
bantamweight

Mayweather's Lost Piece To The Puzzle Was Found being "COTTO"

Floyd Mayweather says: I'm not looking to cheat. I don't want to fight Miguel Cotto at a catch weight. I want to fight the best Miguel Cotto. To be the best you've got to beat the best and Cotto is one of the best fighters out there today. You know it's a puzzle, I want to finish the puzzle. Certain puzzles have certain pieces and Cotto is one of those pieces to my puzzle. So when I finish, I can solidify myself as one of the best fighters that ever lived. Pacquiao is an amazing fighter, but all I have to say is if you don't have anything to hide then take the test.

Miguel Cotto says: I'll keep it short. We have this stop in New York and we go to California on Thursday. I want these days over quickly so I can start training and get focused on the fight. I guarantee it's going to be one of the best fights you will ever see. I'm going to make every Puerto Rican proud.









Tuesday, February 28, 2012

"Dusty Harrison I'm ready but who is my opponent?"

Dusty Harrison is getting closer to his 4th professional fight on March 10, 2012 at the Washington DC Convention Center. He is in good health and in great shape. He has been a normal face in the gym since after his December 10, 2011 KO win over Terrell Davis. In January Team Dusty found out they will be the main event at the Convention Center on March 10, 2012. From that moment Harrison has been preparing for a fight like he always does. I got the chance to talk to Dusty's dad/trainer/manager today. I said to him, Buddy it's less than 2 weeks away from the fight who is Dusty's opponent? Buddy says in an angry voice " I HAVE NO F....N CLUE!!! " Then I asked him what's going on? He say " I DON'T KNOW" throwing his hands in the air.

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Sometimes it's normal for a fight not to happen in boxing, but it's not normal for a fighter to be hosted as the main event but not even know who he will be facing. Team Dusty will be prepared for whoever they have to face in the ring but they are frustrated over the fact there is no fighter at all for Dusty in less than 2 weeks away from the fight date. Hopefully by the end of the day there will be an opponent's name given to Team Dusty.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Tony Jeter The New UBO Champion

Tony Jeter said what he wanted to do and came out and did just that. Both fighters started the first round very strong and had knock downs. Jeter's first round showing was much more aggressive and he landed more harder shots. The second round both fighters picked up the action but in the 3rd Jeter drops Felix but it wasn't called a knock down by the referee because it was a blow behind the head. Round 4 it was all Jeter. A fifth round head-butt opened a cut over Jeter's eye. The cut didn't bother him at all because in round 6 Jeter kept coming. In the 7th Jeter dropped Felix. Jeter suffers another cut in the 8th and final round but the score cards showed that Jeter out punched Felix to become the New UBO All-America Champion.

                                         Score Cards: Unanimous Decision  78-73, 80-71, 79-72




Venroy July vs Zeferino Albino

Venroy July came out in the first round and really showed his power by bullying around Albino. Every minute of the round July had his way by pressing the fight and opening up a cut over the eye of Albino. The ringside doctors were brought up to take a look at his eye and let Albino finish out round 1. Round 2 was no different. July started it with more hard punches and opened up the cut over Albino's eye even more. The referee took a good look at the eye and stopped the bout at 2:20 and Venroy July getting the TKO.