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19 APRIL 2015

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Matthysse Holds On to Victory After Provodnikov Rally

Matthysse Holds On to Victory After Provodnikov Rally

By Derek Bonnett Turning Stone Resort Casino played host to 2015’s leading prospective Fight of the Year on Saturday, April 15. It’s not common for a bout to already have this type of accolade heaped upon it, but Golden Boy Promotions’ presentation of Ruslan Provodnikov versus Lucas Matthysse via HBO possessed all the necessary ingredients for a super night of action. As fate would have it, the obvious indicators proved true and the rest of the bouts this year will have a tough task ahead of Matthysse Holds On to Victory After Provodnikov Rally
Chavez And Fonfara Weigh In

Chavez And Fonfara Weigh In

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and Andrzej Fonfara weighed in Friday ahead of their Showtime televised light heavyweight showdown at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on Saturday. Chavez And Fonfara Weigh In
Roach Believes Pacquiao's Speed Is Key To Victory

Roach Believes Pacquiao's Speed Is Key To Victory

Manny Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach believes his fighter’s  speed will be the key to victory when he faces he pound for pound king Floyd Mayweather jr at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 2.   Roach Believes Pacquiao's Speed Is Key To Victory
On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 4-5-15

On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 4-5-15

By Derek Bonnett; Outside of advocating for boxers weighing in below 118 pounds, my next best intention is sticking up for guys in my own weight class. The cruiserweight division has been labeled as everything from irrelevant to bastard in terms of its merit as a division. On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 4-5-15
On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 3-22-15

On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 3-22-15

By Derek Bonnett: There seems to be an inordinate number of comebacks in the works. On the last day of February, former light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Virgil Hill, inactive since 2007, put on the gloves at age fifty-one to say farewell to the sport of boxing. He posted a second round TKO and said farewell to sport on his own terms. On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 3-22-15
Douglas Impresses On Showtime

Douglas Impresses On Showtime

unbeaten middleweight prospect Antoine Douglas made an impressive start to 2015 by stopping the previously unbeaten Thomas LaManna after 2.44 of the sixth round at the Space at Westbury in Westbury, New York on Friday. The bout was broadcast live on Showtime. Douglas Impresses On Showtime
Weights And Pics From London

Weights And Pics From London

Two huge domestic Light Welterweight scraps can steal the show at The O2 tomorrow night (January 31). John Wayne Hibbert defends his WBC International title against Tyler Goodjohn while the vacant English strap is on the line between Tommy Martin and Ricky Boylan. Weights And Pics From London
Weights,Pics And Quotes From Cabazon

Weights,Pics And Quotes From Cabazon

The six fighters who will compete on the Showtime televised card at Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa in Cabazon, California on Friday, weighed in Thursday ahead of their respective bouts. Weights,Pics And Quotes From Cabazon
On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 12-21-14

On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 12-21-14

By Derek Bonnett: Right about now, boxing nuts are firming up their selections for Fighter of the Year. In truth, 2014 had an impressive pool of boxers in line for this top honor. Leading the pack, in order of poundage, are Sergey Kovalev, Terence Crawford, Nicholas Walters, and Roman Gonzalez. Kovalev earned a spot on the 2014 ballot after going 3-0 (2) with a career defining unanimous decision over Bernard Hopkins to unify his WBO light heavyweight title to the WBA and IBF brands. On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 12-21-14
Stiverne Promising A "Short And Painful" Night For Wilder

Stiverne Promising A "Short And Painful" Night For Wilder

By Marc Livitz: The heavyweight championship of the world has long been discussed as among the most coveted prizes in all of professional sports. Nothing quite got the competitive fires burning like gathering around the TV on a Saturday night in the late 1980’s and early 90’s to watch such names as Tyson, Holyfield, Bowe, Foreman and others.  Stiverne Promising A "Short And Painful" Night For Wilder
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