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27 MARCH 2015

 
 









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Kovalev Overpowers Pascal in War; Judges Defeat Cunningham Kovalev Overpowers Pascal in War; Judges Defeat Cunningham
By Derek Bonnett Sergey Kovalev met Jean Pascal at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in a bout which had the potential to lift the Russian monolith to the top of the light heavyweight division bar none. The WBA/IBF/WBO light heavyweight title bout headlined the HBO triple-header which also featured important contests pitting Vyacheslav Glazkov against Steve "USS" Cunningham and Isaac Chilemba versus Vasily Lepikhin. When all was said and done, boxing fans witnessed contenders for F
Thurman Busts Ghost; Broner is "About Boos" Thurman Busts Ghost; Broner is "About Boos"
By Derek Bonnett: On Saturday, March 7, Goosen Tutor Promotions brought boxing fans a double header of world class action. The NBC televised card, the first of the new Premiere Boxing Champions series, featured live action from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Adrien Broner sought to regain some steam in a twelve round bout against big-punching plodder John Molina Jr. Broner, two uninspiring wins removed from his defeat to Marcos Maidana, failed to make weight for his scheduled junior
Golovkin Breaks Down Murray,Budler Retains Title Golovkin Breaks Down Murray,Budler Retains Title
By Derek Bonnett Fighting for the eighth time in two years, Gennady Golovkin put his middleweight belt on the line against highly regarded Martin Murray in Monte Carlo, Monaco. Golovkin, the middleweight champion with the highest KO ratio in history, looked to keep his eighteen bout knockout streak alive against a fighter whose only two blemishes were a debatable draw with Felix Sturm and controversial decision loss to Sergio Martinez. Golovkin met Murray in his thirteenth scheduled defense
Luis Dominates Dargan; Falowo and Barrera Victorious Luis Dominates Dargan; Falowo and Barrera Victorious
By Derek Bonnett: ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights returned to Mashantucket, Connecticut on January 30. The Fox Theater at Foxwoods Resort & Casino held the event. The televised bouts featured a handful of low-profile developing prospects pressing for contender status.
Perez Pummels Peruvian Hopeful Perez Pummels Peruvian Hopeful
By Derek Bonnett The ESPN2 Friday Night Fights debut airing for 2015 produced some credible action at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez, California, USA. The main event pit Darleys Perez and Jonathon Maicelo, two South American boxers, against one another in the hope of producing a lightweight power-play for one fighter to advance his way up the lightweight ladder. On the undercard, steady fringe contender Francisco Santana took on a late substitute after Randall Bailey stepped out of the match.
Inoue Finishes Fighter of the Year Run; Guevara Crowned in Japan Inoue Finishes Fighter of the Year Run; Guevara Crowned in Japan
By Derek Bonnett In boxing, you often get what you expect, but every once in a while you get a huge surprise. Boxing fans were treated to an end of the boxing extravaganza on Tuesday, December 30 at the Metropolitan Gym in Tokyo, Japan. The six bout card featured several potential stars of tomorrow and one sure bet in a career defining performance.
Reveco Stops Saengthep in Argentina Reveco Stops Saengthep in Argentina
By Derek Bonnett: Relatively overlooked WBA flyweight champion, Juan Carlos Reveco defended the full title for the sixth time at Polideportivo Gustavo Toro Rodriguez in San Martin, Mendoza, Argentina. The thirty-one year old Reveco, a two division champion, has quietly established his presence among the world’s best 108 and 112 pounders since 2009, but his dismissal of Thailand’s Yodmongkol Saengthep in five rounds reinforced Reveco’s standing as a capable and exciting
Wrath Of Khan Too Much For Alexander The Great Wrath Of Khan Too Much For Alexander The Great
By Derek Bonnett: The MGM Grand hosted a stacked night of world class boxing on Showtime. The nine bout card featured seven televised bouts largely scheduled in the welterweight and light middleweight divisions. The matchmaking featured mostly favored fighters versus lower level opposition, but was highlighted by two evenly matched contest pitting Keith Thurman against Leonard Bundu and Amir Khan taking on Devon Alexander.
Showtime Extreme: Undercard Results from Las Vegas Showtime Extreme: Undercard Results from Las Vegas
With just a short while to go until tonight’s Showtime main event from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, Showtime Extreme showed three undercard bouts to get the evening started.
Crawford Dominant; Gradovich Draws Crawford Dominant; Gradovich Draws
By Derek Bonnett Terence Crawford continued his march toward putting Omaha, Nebraska on the boxing map and securing the 2014 Fighter of the Year honor. Crawford put his WBO lightweight title on the line for the second time against Raymundo Beltran, who arguably won it from Ricky Burns before Crawford did. In undercard action, the ever-popular "Mexican-Russian" Evgeny Gradovich defended his IBF featherweight title against unbeaten Jayson Velez of Puerto Rico.
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