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21 FEBRUARY 2018


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Higa Humbles Fuentes in One Higa Humbles Fuentes in One
Japan’s Daigo Higa retained his WBC flyweight title for the second time with a rib-bruising first round KO over former world champion Moises Fuentes.
Inoue and Shiro Retain Titles in Japan Inoue and Shiro Retain Titles in Japan
By Derek Bonnett At Bunka Gym, Yokohama, Konagawa, Japan, the ceremonial end of the year boxing festivities got underway with a pair or world title bouts featuring Naoya Inoue at super flyweight and Ken Shiro at light flyweight. With fellow world champions Daigo Higa and Ryota Murata ringside, Japanese fans had a staunch reminder of what a great year was produced by the home fighters.
Molina Jr. Stops Redkach in FOTY Contender! Molina Jr. Stops Redkach in FOTY Contender!
By Derek Bonnett John Molina Jr. does it again and again and again. Whenever conversations rise regarding the best natural punchers in the sport, the names Julian Jackson, Mike Tyson, and Randall Bailey are sure to surface. Well, it’s time John Molina Jr.’s name joined the topic.
James Halts Chaves in Three James Halts Chaves in Three
By Derek Bonnett The comeback of exciting Argentine welterweight Diego Gabriel Chaves came to a screeching halt at the Pioneer Events Center in Lancaster, California on Fox Deportes.
Zlaticanin Stops Herrera in One Zlaticanin Stops Herrera in One
By Derek Bonnett Former light weight titlist Dejan Zlaticanin got himself back in the win column with a quick first round KO of veteran opponent Hevinson Herrera at BB King Blues Club & Grill in New York. 
Roman Conquest Over Salido; Siri Retires Roman Conquest Over Salido; Siri Retires
By Derek Bonnett Orlando Salido versus Miguel Roman pit two of the toughest hombres of Mexican birth against one another in a sure to be classic, 130-pound match-up with guaranteed Fight of the Year prospects.
Ali Spoils Cotto's Garden Party Ali Spoils Cotto's Garden Party
By Derek Bonnett Given as many times as I’ve called them wrong, I’ll never pass up the opportunity to gloat! As soon as I heard that Miguel Cotto had a planned retirement event and the opponent was a younger and faster Sadam Ali, I instantly recalled Erik Morales versus Zahir Raheem. Now, these two fights did not end up mirroring one another head to head, but, in the end, speed and youth overcame experience and grit in one of the most competitive and accurately scored bouts of 2017.
Ceja Edges Teran in War Ceja Edges Teran in War
By Derek Bonnett Julio Ceja looked for his second win of 2017 at Palenque de Deportes in Chetumal, Mexico. After destroying former bantamweight champion Anselmo Moreno in three rounds back in May, Ceja, who briefly held a super bantamweight title, took on tough Venezuelan Breilor Teran for a minor belt. Teran was riding a five fight win-streak over nondescript opposition, but owned more than a dozen defeats on his dossier.
Menayothin Matches Marciano Menayothin Matches Marciano
By Derek Bonnett Thailand’s Wanheng Menayothin, world titlist at 105-pounds, won his ninth world championship bout early this morning in Nakhon Ratchasima. Menayothin, one of boxing’s busiest fighters, won over Japan’s Tatsuya Fukuhara in a twelve round bout, giving him his fifth decision victory in 2017. What was lost on most boxing fans was that the victory also pushed Menayothin even with Rocky Marciano’s unbeaten streak and one more victory from a tie with Floyd M
Williams Decisions Smith in Las Vegas Williams Decisions Smith in Las Vegas
By Derek Bonnett Julian Williams and Ishe Smith met head on at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada. The ten round clash, one of Smith’s most entertaining bouts in years, was contested in the junior middleweight division and presented the winner with a great likelihood for another world championship bout. Williams entered the ring just one victory removed from his fifth round stoppage at the hands of Jermall Charlo. Smith had won two in a row, but was absent from the ring for over a year.
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