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Centeno Jr Rib Injury Forces Charlo Fight To Be Rescheduled Middleweight contender Hugo Centeno Jr. has suffered a rib injury while training and his Interim WBC Middleweight Championship bout with Jermall Charlo has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 21.  Centeno Jr Rib Injury Forces Charlo Fight To Be Rescheduled

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Jacobs Promises Sulecki A Hostile Reception In Brooklyn Daniel Jacobs has promised Maciej Sulecki a hostile welcome when they clash at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday April 28 Jacobs Promises Sulecki A Hostile Reception In Brooklyn



Smith And Holzken Make Weight WBC Diamond super middleweight Champion Callum Smith and Nieky Holzken are ready for Saturday’s Ali Trophy Semi-Final at the Arena Nürnberger Versicherung in Germany. Smith And Holzken Make Weight

Weights From London All the boxers taking part in the Queenbury Boxing promoted card at London’s York Hall on Saturday, weighed in F... Weights From London



Three Titles At Stake In Merida Miami, Florida  based promoter A & T Promotions, presented their last press conference today prior this Saturday’s ... Three Titles At Stake In Merida



Barthelemy:‘I Want To Show Relikh How Much Better I Am Than Him’ Rances Barthelemy worked out for Las Vegas media Thursday as he prepares for his rematch against Kiryl Relikh for the ... Barthelemy:‘I Want To Show Relikh How Much Better I Am Than Him’



Wilder And Ortiz Ready To Rumble In Brooklyn WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and challenger Luiz Ortiz took part in a Media Conference call on Thursday to ... Wilder And Ortiz Ready To Rumble In Brooklyn



Indio Co-Main Event: Ortiz KO’s Alvarez By Marc Livitz:Vergil Ortiz, Jr. made it nine wins in as many bouts in his professional career with a third round TKO ... Indio Co-Main Event: Ortiz KO’s Alvarez

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By Marc Livitz: 2012 USA Olympian Joseph “JoJo” Diaz, Jr. stayed unbeaten at the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, C... Diaz KO’s Terrazas, Calls Out Russell, Jr.



By Marc Livitz: On Saturday, March 3, New York City will be set alight with championship boxing taking place at ... Charlo Eyeing Middleweight Stardom



WBC Diamond super middleweight Champion Callum Smith and Nieky Holzken exchanged words of confidence and went head to ... Smith Motivated By Grove’s Ringside Presence



Every fight fan loves a good trash-talker. The animosity between fighters helps fuel rivalries and puts rear-ends in ... Ortiz Plans To Let His Fists Do The Talking



WBA Light Heavyweight Champion Dmitry Bivol met with news media at the Legendz Gym, owned and run by Roger Ruiz ... Bivol Discusses Title Defence Against Barrera

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PribNotes: PBC vs PBC
Mon 19-Feb-2018
By Jason Pribila: The announced crowd at Mandalay Bay was 6,240.   They and fight fans on the West Coast were probably the only boxing fans able to stay awake to see Porter enter the ring to challenge Garcia. PribNotes: PBC vs PBC






SecondsOut 2017 Divisional Superlatives
Mon 8-Jan-2018
By Derek Bonnett: As another excellent year of professional prize-fighting concludes, SecondsOut has honored boxing’s greatest practitioners and non-participants with such accolades as Fighter of the Year, Fight of the Year, Trainer of the Year, Service to Boxing, etc. SecondsOut 2017 Divisional Superlatives



State Of The Heavyweights:Top 10 Year In Review 2017
Sun 7-Jan-2018
By Mikko Salo:The heavyweight year 2017 can be deemed a success mostly because of one fight. At long-last we saw two heavyweights in a fight-of-the-year caliber encounter with generational meaning, a fight that is going to be talked about for years to come. As a result of it we saw a legend retire with the same grace and dignity he ruled the division with. As a result of it we saw the coming-of-age of a possible new ruler. We also see the numerous possibilities year 2018 holds with potential State Of The Heavyweights:Top 10 Year In Review 2017



Five Champions Who Will Retain And Five Who Will Lose In 2018
Fri 5-Jan-2018
By Derek Bonnett: As we encounter another new year, the landscape of the boxing scene continues to evolve. With old champions acting out the final stages of their careers and new ones emerging to fill the void, boxing maintains a state of homeostasis and keeps fight fans intrigued even amid the dubious officiating and cries of scandal. Boxing, as always, will endure; however, not every participant with an alphabet title will be so lucky. Inevitably, the mighty will eventually fall and, Five Champions Who Will Retain And Five Who Will Lose In 2018

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Date February 17 Location Manchester, England WBA/IBO super middleweight title George Groves w pts 12 Chris Eubank Jr British featherweight title Ryan Walsh w pts 12 Isaac Lowe British middleweight title Tommy Langford w pts 12 Jack Arnfield Location Las Vegas, Nevada, USA welterweight Danny Garcia w ko 9 Brandon Rios WBC super middleweight title David Benavidez w pts 12 Ronald Gavril To

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