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AUGUST 23, 2016 
 DEL VALLE ON DE LA HOYA BOUT: EXPECT FIREWORKS

Super bantamweight contender Luis “Orlandito” Del Valle is not one to waste time in the squared circle. Currently the International Boxing Federation’s #8 ranked contender, Del Valle scored 16 of his 22 victories by knockout including nine within the first three rounds. Known for bringing the heat to his foes from the opening bell, Del Valle is accustom to partaking in exciting fights and most recently dropped hard-hitting Thomas Snow twice en route to a unanimous decision victory.

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AUGUST 23, 2016 


GOLDEN BOY AND LUIS ORTIZ PART WAYS

Golden Boy Promotions has issued the following statement: "Today, Golden Boy Promotions and Luis Ortiz amicably parted ways," said Stefan Friedman, spokesperson for Golden Boy Promotions. "We are proud of the work that Golden Boy and Luis accomplished together culminating in his WBA Heavyweight Interim Championship victory and subsequent title defenses. We wish Luis and his team all the best in the future."


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AUGUST 23, 2016 
 UNDERCARD ROUND-UP FOR TONIGHT'S PBC ON FS1

Carlos Rosario, Eric Newell and Daquan Johnson will headline the off-television undercard at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center tonight. In the televised main event, that will be televised live on FS1 & Fox Deportes, undefeated middleweight, Caleb Plant (13-0, 10 KO's) of Ashland, Tennessee battles Juan De Angel (18-4-1, 17 KO's) of Barranquilla, Colombia.  In the co-feature, Kareem Martin (8-0-1, 3 KO's) takes on David Grayton (14-1, 10 KO's) in a battle of Washington, D.C. based welterweights.  Kicking off the broadcast, it will be a pair of undefeated light heavyweight's doing battle as Carlos Gongora (5-0, 4 KO's) of Brooklyn, New York fights Ronald Mixon (7-0, 6 KO's) of Los Angeles, California.

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AUGUST 23, 2016 
 CHISORA BACK IN ACTION ON SEPTEMBER 10 IN STOCKHOLM

Dereck Chisora (25-6, 17 KOs) returns to the ring on September 10 with an eight-round contest against Drazan Janjanin (13-7, 12 KOs) at the Hovet in Stockholm. The former British, Commonwealth and European Champion is the latest addition to a stacked card in the Swedish capital topped by the female grudge match between domestic rivals Mikaela Laurén and Klara Svensson.

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AUGUST 22, 2016 
 ROBLES-CLAGGET HEADLINES KNOCKOUT AT THE D SEPTEMBER 9

Undefeated San Diego prospect Emmanuel "Renegade" Robles takes on Canadian welterweight champion Steve "The Dragon" Claggett in a crossroads fight for both on Friday night, September 9, in the return of "Knockout Night at the D," airing (11 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. PT) live on CBS Sports Network from the outdoor Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (DLVEC).

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AUGUST 22, 2016 


SULLIVAN BARRERA FRUSTRATED WITH INACTIVITY

Top light heavyweight contender Sullivan Barrera has been diligently working on his craft in the hot Florida summer under the guidance of trainer Derik Santos. The former Cuban amateur standout has inexplicably been out of the ring since coming up short against Andre Ward on March 26th in the top pound-for-pound fighter's backyard.  The loss was Barrera's first and after producing knockout victories in his prior six fights, he is surprised that he hasn't been back in action.

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AUGUST 22, 2016 
 SWEDISH OLYMPIAN IN ACTION ON SEPTEMBER 10

Naim Terbunja (9-1, 1 KO) is the latest addition to the Nordic Fight Night on September 10 at the Hovet in Stockholm. The 31 year-old from Linkoping, who represented Sweden at the 2008 Olympic Games, will face Baptiste Castegnaro (8-8, 4 KOs) in a six-round super middleweight contest.

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AUGUST 22, 2016 
 MARTIN-GRAYTON READY FOR ACTION TOMORROW ON FS1

Undefeated welterweight Kareem Martin (8-0-1, 3 KOs) will face once-beaten David Grayton (14-1, 10 KOs) in an eight-round bout featured on Premier Boxing Champions TOE-TO-TOE- TUESDAYS on FS1 and BOXEO DE CAMPEONES on FOX Deportes Tuesday, August 23 from Sands Bethlehem Events Center in Bethlehem, Pa. 



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AUGUST 22, 2016 
 GH3 INKS KENNETH SIMS JR

GH3 Promotions is proud to announce the signing of undefeated junior welterweight prospect, Kenneth Sims Jr. to promotional contract. GH3 Promotions will co-promote Sims with Antonio Leonard Productions. Sims of Chicago is perfect as a professional, as he sports a record of 7-0 with two knockouts.

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AUGUST 21, 2016 


MARRERO ENDS SPARRING SESSION EARLY
By G. Leon

Claudio Marrero TKO4  Luis Hinojosa: Junior welterweight contender Claudio Marrero was impressive as he walked through Luis Hinojosa in four one sided rounds. Marrero scored knockdowns in rounds one, twice in round three and twice more for good measure in round four.  Official time of stoppage was 2:55. Source: NBCSN

 
AUGUST 21, 2016 


HARDY TAKES MD IN GRUDGE MATCH WITH VINCENT, REMATCH A MUST
By G. Leon

Heather Hardy MD10 Shelly Vincent: PBC's first televised womens boxing bout was a tremendous success as fellow unbeaten featherweights Heather Hardy, 18-0 (4), and Shelly Vincent, 18-1 (1), put on an action packed show. Each and every round featured several heated exchanges and many of the rounds could have gone either way. Boxingtalk scored it 96-94 Hardy. Official scores were 95-95, 97-93 an a ridiculous 99-91 .Source: NBCSN

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AUGUST 21, 2016 


NOVA SQUEAKS OUT MD OVER GARRIGA

Abraham Nova MD6 Wilfredo Garriga: Abraham Nova improved to 2-0 the hard way tonight. His bout with Wilfredo Garriga was tougher than expected but Nova (barely) did just enough to escape with a major decision victory. Nova and Garriga traded knockdown during this entertaining bout. First it was Nova who tasted the canvas after Garriga landed a powerful counter left hook. In round three Nova introduce Garriga to the canvas. Neither fighter was really able to capitalize off of their knockdowns which both occured in the closing moments of their respective rounds. Nova hurt Garriga again early in rounds four and five, but with about a minute to go in the fifth Garriga landed another big left hook that immediately sent Nova into a retreat mode. Garriga landed several more big shots but Nova wouldn't go down and managed to recover well enough to clearly take round six to earn the win. Official scores were 56-56, 57-55 twice.  Source: NBCSN

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AUGUST 21, 2016 


SPENCE BLASTS BUNDU, IBF TITLE SHOT NEXT
By G. Leon

Errol Spence TKO6 Leonard Bundu: Forty-one year old Leonard Bundu came into the ring a motivated fighter seeking to become the IBF mandatory welterweight contender. Unfortunately for him he was up against one of the most promising young fighters in the world, Errol Spence Jr. Bundu landed a few flush power shots early that lead to Bundu Bumaye chants, that would quickly fade out when Spence's crisp punching and superior overall ability began to take over. After wining each of the first five rounds on Boxingtalk's scorecard, Spence, 21-0 (18), finished the job in round six. Bundu was floored with an uppercut that was ruled a slip, a terrible mistake by the referee that mattered not. Second later a Spence right hook would slump Bundu on the bottom rope prompting the fight to be stopped without a count. Official time of stoppage was 2:06.  Source: NBC

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AUGUST 21, 2016 


LA FIGHT CLUB FULL RECAP AND RESULTS

 It was a night of knock outsat a sold out Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles as a series of jaw-dropping matches kept the crowd at the edge of their seats. The spectacle had special guests, including Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions Oscar De La Hoya, NABA Super Featherweight Champion  Carlos "The Solution" Morales, Ronny Rios, Jason "El Animal" Quigley,  Antonio "La Joya" Gutierrez, Christian "Chimpa" Gonzalez,  Oscar "Jaguar" Negreje, Roy "Pitbull" Tapia, EmilioSanchez, Vergil Ortiz, Jr. and Niko "Baby Face" Valdes.



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AUGUST 20, 2016 


BIG BABY STOPS KASSI FOR NABO TITLE
By G. Leon

Jarrell Miller TKO3 Fred Kassi: Undefeated heavyweight up and comer Jarrell Miller, 18-0-1 (16) is almost as charismatic as he is slow and susceptible to counter left hooks, but tonight he did enough to earn the NABO title and a top ten ranking in the WBO. Kassi moved well in round one, but his legs quickly betrayed him after absorbing a couple dozen power shots from the offensive lineman in boxing gloves. Kassi quit on his stool after round three, citing a hand injury as the reason.  Official time of stoppage was 3:00. Source: Showtime.

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AUGUST 20, 2016 


MENARD SCORES ANOTHER BRUTAL KO, CAPTURE NABO TITLE
By G. Leon

Mason Menard TKO9 Bahodir Mamadjonov: Mason Menard, 32-1 (24), fought the first six rounds of tonight's Shobox co-feature as a a boxer who fell in love with his power following his highlight reel knockout in his last Shobox appearance. Boxingtalk had Menard behind going into the seventh round, but he was able to land a  double right hand to the body dropped Mamadjonov midway through the frane.  Moments later another body shot floored Mamadjonov, but he again beat the count and managed to survive the final minute. For some reason Menard didn't return to the body with the ferocity you would expect in round eight, but there was no questioning his killer instincts in the final minute of round nine when he landed a right hand followed up but a brutal flurry that had Mamadjonov asleep on his feet. Hall of famer Steve Smoger was probably a few seconds late on this stoppage. Official time was 2:26. Source: Showtime



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AUGUST 20, 2016 


NIEVES ESCAPES UNDEFEATED WITH NABO TITLE BY NARROWEST OF MARGINS
By G. Leon

Antonio Nieves D10 Alejandro Santiago: Antonio Nieves was barely able to keep his NABO batamweight title and undefeated record intact against the smaller, but seemingly hungrier Alejandro Santiago. The final result was in doubt because there  were a few rounds that could have gone either way. Santiago, 11-2-2 (3), never took a backwards step and he appeared to win most exchanges in this nip and tuck bout. Nieves, 16-0 (2), was visibly hurt in the ninth round, but the feather fisted aggressor couldn't administer further punishement before the final bell. Boxingtalk scored it 96-94 Santiago. Official scores were 96-94 Nieves, 96-94 Santiago and 95-95, allowing Nieves to retain his NABO title with a split decision draw. Source: Showtime



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AUGUST 19, 2016 


SHABRANSKYY DESTROYS RIOJAS IN 3
By G. Leon

Vyascheslav Shabranskyy TKO3 Oscar Riojas: As expected, undefeated light heavyweight up and comer Vyacheslav Shabranskyy did whatever he wanted during his tune-up bout with journeyman Oscar Riojas. Shabranskyy was clearly in the mood to move around for eight minutes or so, land at will and end matters within three rounds. Shabranskyy, 17-0 (14), floored Riojas with a thunderous right hand midway through the third. Riojas made it to his feet, but Shabranskyy landed two more right hands and the referee saved Riojas from further punishment. Official time of stoppage was 1:43. Source: Estrella TV

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AUGUST 19, 2016 


EYUBAR ESCAPES WITH QUESTIONABLE DECISION
By G. Leon

Bakhtiyar Eyubar SD10 Karim Mayfield: Bakthiyar Eyubar decided to put his perfect record on the at risk against the best opposition he's ever faced in the form of Karim Mayfield. Eyubar tried to start fast and finish the bout early, but Mayfield, 19-4-1 (11), clearly came in with a game plan. In the early rounds the 24 fight veteran was stayed chest to chest with the squared up slugger, thus smothering the majority of his power. There were several difficult rounds to score because Eybuar, 11-0 (10), was usually the aggressor, but Mayfield was landing the cleaner punches. Eyubar was never able to hurt Mayfield at any point in the bout, who took control of the center of the ring in the closing rounds and began fighting at more comfortable distance. Eyubar was penalized a costly point for low blows in round eight. Boxingtalk scored the last two rounds for Mayfield, which propelled him to victory on our unofficial cards 95-94. Official scores were 95-94 Eyubar, 95-94 Mayfield twice. Source: Showtime

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AUGUST 19, 2016 


ROCHA BLASTS OUT VILLELA IN FIRST ROUND
By G. Leon

Alexis Rocha TKO1 Israel Villela: Undefeated junior middleweight Alexis Rocha improved to 4-0 (3) with a first round stoppage against the overmatched Israel Villela. Rocha floored Villela with a left uppercut and he beat the count, but it was clear the fight wouldn't last much longer. Rocha unleashed a tornado of barrages with Villela on the ropes, forcing the referee to stop the bout. Official time was 1:48. Source: Estrella TV



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AUGUST 19, 2016 
 PETROV-PEREZ WBA ELIMINATOR SET

NABA Lightweight Champion Petr "Zar" Petrov (37-4-2, 17 KOs) of Ryazan, Russia will face off with  Michael "The Artist" Perez (24-1-2, 11 KOs)  for the WBA Lightweight World Title Eliminator on September 30. The new 12-round main event, which is set to replace formerly announced headliner Andrew "El Chango" Cancio who is now fighting against Joseph "Jojo" Diaz, Jr. on the Canelo vs. Smith pay-per-view undercard on September 17, will kick off the fall season of fights at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino and broadcast live nationally on Estrella TV's Boxeo Estelar.

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AUGUST 19, 2016 
 AUSSIE HEAVY TITLE ELIMINATOR SET FOR OCTOBER 22

HERMAN ENE-PURCELL FACES THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE OF HIS CAREER TAKING ON PROVEN FELLOW AUSSIE HEAVYWEIGHT JUSTIN WHITEHEAD in a six round Australian title eliminator at Rumours International on October 22.



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AUGUST 19, 2016 
 BOXING RETURNS TO CRYSTAL CITY TONIGHT

Press Release: Tonight, Devar Ferhadi takes on  Christopher Petty in a four-round bout at the Crystal City Hilton in Crystal City, Virginia. Ferhadi, of Frederick, Maryland has a pro mark of 6-0 with five knockouts, just completed his third year of medical school in his native Kurdistan.

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AUGUST 19, 2016 
 FORMER KICKBOXER KYLE WILLIAMS LOOKING FOR BOXING GLORY

Wolverhampton’s Kyle Williams remains confident he can transfer the glories from his former calling into the boxing ring.
The kickboxer-turned-pugilist laces up the gloves for his third pro bout at Walsall Football Club on Friday September 2, writes Craig Birch. Boxing legend Ricky Hatton will be among those at the Banks’s Stadium, coaching and co-promoting a bill titled ‘On the Rise,’ in conjunction with Errol Johnson’s Black Country Boxing, sponsored by Grosvenor Casino. Williams went to the top table in kickboxing, winning the ICU world featherweight title. He’s dropped down to bantam since switching sports.


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