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NOVEMBER 15, 2018 


ROBERT GUERRERO, CHRIS ARREOLA BOOK DEC. 1ST RING RETURNS

IBF 105-pound title fight also added to undercard

Press Release: Former multiple-division title holder Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero and former heavyweight contender Chris "The Nightmare" Arreola will make their ring returns as part of the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury undercard on December 1st live from Staples Center in Los Angeles. On the same show, the IBF minimumweight title will be contested between California's Carlos Licona (13-0, 2 KOs) and the Phillippines' Mark Anthony Barriga (9-0, 1 KO). All three of these fights will take place prior to the start of the pay-per-view broadcast.

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NOVEMBER 15, 2018 


ARIAS EXPLAINS LOSS TO JACOBS

Press Release: Middleweight Luis "Cuba" Arias wants to make Gabriel Rosado eat his words by beating him in a at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, KS on Saturday night, live on DAZN. Arias is back in action for the first time since losing out on points to Daniel Jacobs in New York last November. Arias claims a huge blister caused him to adopt a defensive approach against the now-IBF World champion who handed him a first career loss in his 19th fight.

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NOVEMBER 15, 2018 


KARL DARGAN CONTINUES COMEBACK IN ATLANTIC CITY

Press Release: Karl "Dynamite" Dargan's boxing hiatus ended in success with his shutout unanimous decision win in six rounds over Jonathan Perez in August. Now that he's back in action, Dargan (18-1, 9 KOs) will fight again close to home in Atlantic City on Saturday, November 24th, on the non-televised undercard of Dmitry Bivol vs. Jean Pascal main event at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. Dargan will face veteran Moises Delgadillo (17-17-2, 9 KOs) of Guadalajara, Mexico, in an eight-round lightweight bout.

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NOVEMBER 15, 2018 


BRANDEN PIZARRO BOOKED FOR HOMETOWN ACTION ON FRIDAY

Press Release: Teenage old junior welterweight  Branden "The Gift" Pizarro (12-1), will see some hometown action on Friday night at Philadelphia's 2300 Arena when he takes on Jerome Rodriguez (7-10-3) in a six-round bout. The bout will precede a ShoBox: The New Generation card that airs on Showtime (9:35 PM E.T / P.T).
 


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NOVEMBER 15, 2018 


WOMENS BOXING UPDATE

Yazmin Rivas W10 Cristina del Valle Pacheco Last weekend, Mexico's Yazmin "Rusita" Rivas successfully defended her WBA 122-pound championship with a unanimous unanimous decision Argentina's Cristina del Valle Pacheco in Tijuana, Mexico. Rivas won on the scorecards by counts of 98-92 (twice) and 99-91. Rivas improved to 39-10-1 with 11 KOs, while Pacheco fell to 11-12-2 with 2 KOs.

Jackie Nava TKO8 Carolina Alvarez ... On the same card in Tijuana, Jackie "Princesa Azteca" Nava defeated Venezuela's Carolina Alvarez by technical knockout in the seventh round.  Nava, who was already WBA bantamweight and super bantamweight champion over her 17-year career, picked up the  the WBA's interim title at bantamweight with this victory. Alvarez falls to 14-10-4 with 9 KOs. Nava improved her record to 35-4-3 with 16 KOs, is considered in Mexico as one of the best female boxers of all time. source for both results: wba


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NOVEMBER 14, 2018 


PACQUIAO-BRONER ANNOUNCEMENT COMING MONDAY

Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner will make an official announcement about their upcoming boxing plans during a bi-coastal press tour. The first announcement of the particulars of their bout will come at a New York press conference on Monday, November 19th, with a follow-up in Los Angeles the next day. Both the New York and Los Angeles press conferences will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube channel and Showtime Boxing Facebook page. Pacquiao (pictured) is an eight-division champion with a record of 60-7-2. He currently holds the WBA's regular, or secondary, welterweight title. Broner (33-3-1) has won titles in four divisions but has a loss and a draw in his last two outings. --Scott Shaffer


 
NOVEMBER 14, 2018 
 HRGOVIC TO FACE PEREA IN CROATIA

Press Release:  Filip Hrgović (6-0, 5 KOs plus about 30 additional pro bouts in the World Series of Boxing) has booked a December 8th heavyweight bout vs. Ecuador’s Ytalo Perea (11-3-2, 7 KOs) at the KC Dražen Petrović in Zagreb, Croatia (Hrgovic's home country). Hrgović secured a third-round stoppage win over Amir Mansour on September 8th at the Arena Zagreb, and the 2016 Olympic bronze medallist intends to deliver another impressive performance in the Croatian capital.

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NOVEMBER 14, 2018 


SPENCE VS. GARCIA BOOKED FOR MARCH 16, 2019

Press Release: PBC and Fox Sports announced today that IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence (24-0, 21 KOs) will defend his title against four-division champion and current WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs) on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The fight will be shown on a pay-per-view basis. Garcia will be moving up two weight classes-- from 135 pounds to 147-- to challenge Spence, (pictured) who is from Texas.
 


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NOVEMBER 14, 2018 


PBC ANNOUNCES FOX SPORTS SCHEDULE THROUGH APRIL

Keith Thurman return booked for January

Press Release: Fox Sports and Premier Boxing Champions today announced eight televised world title fights in the first three months of their new deal. The schedule includes five world-class fight nights live on Fox and Fox Deportes, four more on FS1 and Fox Deportes, including the return of WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman (28-0, 22 KOs) who ends a long injury layoff against veteran Josesito Lopez (36-7, 19 KOs) on January 26, 2019 in Brooklyn, New York's Barclays Center.


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NOVEMBER 14, 2018 
 HARRISBURG, PA TO HOST BOXING THIS WEEKEND

Press Release: FightNight Live completes its weekend Keystone State Tour on Saturday, Nov. 17th. At the historic Zembo Shrine Auditorium in Harrisburg, Pa., features two eight-round fights. Shakeem Hodge (5-1-1, 4 KO) from Reading, Pa., will square off with Terrance Williams (4-2-1) of Harrisburg in a rematch of their hard-fought draw in April.

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NOVEMBER 14, 2018 


IRISH AMATEUR STAR LEE REEVES TO TURN PRO IN CANADA

Press Release: Two-time Ireland national champion Lee Reeves has signed a promotional contract with Lee Baxter Promotions, and will make his debut on November 17th at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto. Reeves was a highly decorated Irish amateur, having collected eight Limerick championships and eight Munster championships to go along with his pair of national titles. In his years as a competitive boxer, he has never failed to advance, at the very least, to a national final at year’s end, campaigning mostly as a light welterweight. The 23-year old’s journey will begin on November 17th when he battles Benito Aburto (2-2), a middleweight from Mexico who is coming off a knockout victory over Emmanuel Matias in May.

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NOVEMBER 14, 2018 
 AMATEUR REFEREE TOM CLEARY TO BE HONORED POSTHUMOUSLY
Courtesy USA Boxing Alumni Association

The late Tom Cleary was one of the most respected amateur referees in the world during his illustrious career. He joins a select group in the Class of 2018 getting inducted into the USA Boxing Alumni Association Hall of Fame. In addition to Cleary, the Class of 2018 also includes U.S. Olympic Team medalists and world (professional) champions Roy Jones, Jr., Andre Ward and Claressa Shields, as well as a past USA Boxing National Director of Coaching, the late Emanuel Steward.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


KING'S PROMOTIONS SETS TEN-BOUT CARD SET FOR BETHLEHEM THIS WEEKEND

Press Release: A ten-bout card has been finalized for this Friday night at The Sands in Bethlehem, PA. The show is promoted by King's Promotions. In the main event, three-time Olympian Anvar Yunusov takes on Jose Salinas in a scheduled eight-round super featherweight bout. Yunusov, who competed in the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympics for his native Tajikistan, is now 5-0 with two knockouts as a professional, plus 5-3 in AIBA's World Series of Boxing. The 31 year-old fights out of Philadelphia.  He has registered his two knockouts in his last two outings with a fourth-round stoppage over Mike Oliver, and in his last bout when he destroyed Angel Monreal in one-round on September 14th in Philadelphia.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


CLARESSA SHIELDS: RANKIN WON'T STOP ME ON PATH TO BECOMING UNDISPUTED

Press Release: Claressa Shields is aiming for a punishing win over Hannah Rankin at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane KS, on Saturday night, live on DAZN. Shields defends her WBA and IBF middleweight crowns against Rankin with the vacant WBC strap also up for grabs. The WBC crown was in the hands of Christina Hammer, whom Shields was slated to meet this weekend in a unification blockbuster for all four belts, with the German also owning the WBO belt.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


CLARESSA SHIELDS GETING READY FOR FIRST DEFENSE ON DAZN

One of the most popular American Fighters from Flint, Michigan, double Olympic gold medalist and two-division champion Claressa Shields gets ready to make first defense of her world middleweight titles, November 17th live on DAZN. CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO 

 
NOVEMBER 13, 2018 
 EX-OLYMPIAN NAIM TERBUNJA SIGNS WITH BANNER PROMOTIONS

Press Release: Banner Promotions announced the signing of former Olympian Naim Terbunja to a promotional contract.  Terbunja is originally from Kosovo but represented Sweden in the 2008 Olympics.  A super middleweight, he currently holds a professional record of 10-2-1 with one knockout. He is coming off a draw with Lanell Bellows (18-3-2) on May 11th in Las Vegas.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


KEVIN LERENA DISPUTES DOPING CHARGES

Press Release:Kevin Lerena has come out fighting against an announcement by VADA (the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association) that the IBO cruiserweight champion had tested positive for a banned substance. Details are sketchy, but it is believed the South African tested positive for a non-anabolic metabolite. He received a letter to this effect last week, as did Golden Gloves, his promoter. “I’m devastated by this news,” said Lerena. “If I’m guilty of anything it’s carelessness. I’ll be fighting the charge, for sure.”

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


HOOKER VS. SAUCEDO WORKOUT QUOTABLES

Press Release: The "Red River Rivalry" (Texas vs. Ohlahoma) — the pugilistic version — has kicked off. WBO junior welterweight champion Maurice Hooker, from Dallas, Texas, will defend his world title Friday evening against Oklahoma City's Alex Saucedo (pictured) at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, home of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder. Hooker and Saucedo worked out Monday at the Azteca Boxing Club. This is what they had to say:

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


ENNIS PUTTING IN OLD-SCHOOL WORK FOR ALL-PHILLY SHOWDOWN

Press Release: Jaron Ennis is preparing to face Raymond Serrano in the main event of Showtime's ShoBox: The New Generation this Friday, November 16th.  It is a hometown bout for both men, taking place at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia. Ennis (21-0, 19 KOs) knocked out Armando Alvarez in a third-round stoppage in July and has knocked out 11 consecutive opponents. He faces perhaps the toughest test of his career in Serrano (25-5). Serrano's five losses have come against opponents with a combined record of 89-1-1

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


HBO DEBUTS 2 DAYS WITH DMITRY BIVOL

Press Release: HBO Sports debuts an all-new installment of "2 Days" today (Tuesday, November 13th at 10:45 pm) with a behind-the-scenes look at light heavyweight titlist Dmitry Bivol. HBO cameras followed the light heavyweight knockout artist this past August when he faced off against Isaac Chilemba at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, NJ.The win marked another successful moment for the 27-year-old Russian. Bivol returns to the ring on Saturday, November 24th when he headlines HBO World Championship Boxing from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City. Bivol will defend his title against former world champion Jean Pascal

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


TOMOKI KAMEDA DEFEATS ABIGAIL MEDINA

Tomoki Kameda W12 Abigail Medina.... According to Japanese Boxing News social media, Tomoki Kameda won the WBC interim title at 122 pounds when he scored a unanimous decision over Abigail Medina.  The fight took place in Tokyo. Kameda (36-2) is a former WBO 118-pound champion whose two brothers also held world titles.  Media, a Dominican based in Spain, returns home with a record of 19-4-2. The WBC champion, Rey Vargas, has not fought since May due to injury. --Scott Shaffer


 
NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


DBE SIGNS EMMANUEL TAGOE OF GHANA

Press Release: DiBella Entertainment (DBE) has signed lightweight contender Emmanuel "The Gameboy" Tagoe (29-1, 14 KOs) from the boxing rich city of Accra, Ghana to an exclusive promotional contract. A pro since 2004, Tagoe has accumulated a collection of title belts, including the IBO lightweight strap. [Tagoe lost recognition of the IBO title earlier this year despite never losing the belt in the ring]. In his last fight, Tagoe boxed beautifully to win a twelve-round unanimous decision against former WBA champion Paulus Moses on October 20th.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


STAR BOXING INKS FRANCE'S DAVID PAPOT

Press Release: Star Boxing announced the signing of undefeated French junior middleweight, David Papot (22-0 with 3KOs) to a long-term promotional agreement. In March of 2017, Papot took on Belarus southpaw, Dzimitry Atrokhau (then 15-0), where he earned a unanimous decision victory, with scores of 116-112 and 115-113 (twice).  In his next bout, Papot took on France's Barthelemy Lefebvre (then 16-8-1 4KO's), for the national championship. Papot dismantled Lefebvre over the ten-round bout, winning another unanimous decision with scores of 99-91 and 98-92 (twice). Papot has successfully defended his title two times since being crowned. 


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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 
 MICHAEL DUTCHOVER STEPS UP TO DAULIS PRESCOTT

Press Release: Michael Dutchover (11-0, 8 KOs), with four solid wins on the year, aims to close out 2018 with another victory this Friday, Nov. 16th, from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, CA.  Dutchover, who will turn 21 the day before the event, will fight veteran Daulis Prescott (31-9, 24 KOs) in an eight-round bout. It will be live streamed via the Banner Promotions Facebook page.  Dutchover, a junior lightweight fighting out of Midland, Texas, has had his last three wins come by way of knockout, including a second round, one-punch destruction of Sergio Martinez in July.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


WILL CROLLA GET A (VERY LONG) SHOT AT LOMACHENKO?

Anthony Crolla W12 Daud Yordan... Over the weekend, former WBA lightweight title holder Anthony “Million Dollar” Crolla  (38-6-3) earned a return shot at his former title. The British Crolla defeated Indonesia's Daud Yordan (38-4) by unanimous decision in a WBA eliminator at the Manchester Arena in England. Crolla won all three scorecards by 116-112, and now is in line for a nearly unwinnable challenge against pound-for-pound superstar Vasyl “Hi-Tech” Lomachenko, who currently holds the WBA title. [Editor's note: Look for the WBA to create a "regular" championship for Crolla if Lomachenko does not want to fight him]. source: WBA

 
NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


ERGASHEV SHOWS PUNCHING POWER IN KO1

Shohjahon Ergashev KO1 Zack Ramsey...  Uzbekistan's Shohjahon “Shoh” Ergashev got another win in the 140-pound division on Saturday at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, as he destroyed opponent Zack Ramsey (8-5) in the first round. Ergashev (now 14-0, 13 KOs) tore into Ramsey from the opening bell of their scheduled six-rounder, dropping him within the first 15 seconds with a right hand and finishing it at 1:09 with a body shot.  Ergashev’s promoter, Dmitriy Salita, says that in preparation for this fight, Ergashev had been knocking out heavyweights in the Kronk Gym where he trains. source: salita promotions


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NOVEMBER 13, 2018 


LATE RESULTS FROM THE CONTENDER

Eric Walker W8 Michael Moore... This past Friday night in in Inglewood, CA,  as part of The Contender Season Five finale, Eric "Baby Faced Assassin" Walker of Plaquemine, LA, improved to 18-2, defeating Michael Moore (16-2) over eight rounds by scores of 80-73 and 80-72 (twice). Walker previously defeated John Jackson and John Thompson during "The Contender" tournament before losing a majority decision to eventual champion Brandon Adams in the semi-finals.
 
Ievgen Khytrov TKO4 Malcolm McAllister... Also on the undercard, fighting out of Brooklyn, NY,  Ievgen "The Ukrainian Lion" Khytrov (18-2) stopped Malcolm McAllister (9-3) in the fourth round. Khytrov dropped McAllister with a combination before earning the referee's stoppage at the 1:44 mark from a barrage of power punches. Khytrov had also defeated Morgan Fitch as part of "The Contender" series this season. source for both results: dibella entertainment


 
NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


JARRELL MILLER LOOKING TO SCALP A BRIT IN 2019, BUT FOCUSED ON DINU

Press Release: Jarrell Miller is targeting a huge against a British heavyweight in 2019 as he prepares to face Bogdan Dinu at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas on November 17th, live on DAZN. Tickets are on sale now from ticketmaster.com. Miller meets Dinu in a battle of big punchers with unbeaten records. Miller believes a win puts him on the short list for a title shot, as Deontay Wilder defends his WBC title against Tyson Fury on December 1st while Anthony Joshua, who holds all the other major championships, returns to Wembley Stadium in London on April 13th to put his IBF, WBA and WBO straps on the line.



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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 
 SULLIVAN BARRERA SAYS HE'S A FREE AGENT

Press Release:  Light heavyweight contender Sullivan Barrera (22-2) bounced back into the win column with a decision victory over Sean Monaghan earlier this month in New York. Barrera won by scores of 99-91 and 98-92 (twice). Along with the victory, Barrera says he also became a promotional free agent. "I saw on social media that Badou Jack is looking for an opponent in January and that time table works perfect for me.  I am sure the fans would like to see me and Jack trade punches," Barrera stated.

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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


BRANDON ROBINSON EAGER TO STOP UNDEFEATED HENDERSON ON DECEMBER 7TH
By G. Leon

How is everything going in training camp for your December 7th bout with undefeated Kavlin Henderson? "Camp is going great, we're working hard and getting stronger and stronger day by day. The workout's are getting more intense, we're going game speed more and more and I"m going to be ready for him on December 7th."

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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 
 LEO HALL, 1994-2018

Leo Hall was a promising boxer from Toledo, Ohio who had trained with Tony and his father at their gym in Detroit. Early Saturday morning Hall passed away after getting shot in an alleged robbery in Toledo, Ohio according to his father, Leo Hall, Sr. Hall said police are still investigating the details surrounding his son’s death. Hall, who would have turned 24 on Dec. 13th, was a light heavyweight prospect with a record of 8-2. He last fought Earl Newman in 2016, losing a unanimous decision on a card in Reading, Pennsylvania. Boxingtalk sends its condolences to the friends and family of Leo Hall, who lost his life far too soon. source: pbc


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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


BOXINGTALK'S CRUISERWEIGHT RANKINGS AS OF 11/11/18

1.  Oleksandr Usyk (World)
2.  Murat Gassiev
3.  Yuniel Dorticos
4.  Krzysztof Glowacki 
5.  Mairis Briedis 
6.  Denis Lebedev
7.  Krzysztof Wlodarczyk
8.  Noel Mikaelian a/k/a Noel Gevor
9.  Andrew Tabiti 
10. Kevin Lerena

11.  Maxim Vlasov; 12. Mateusz Masternak; 13. Dmitry Kudryashov; 14. Ilunga Makabu; 15. Mike Perez; 16. Beibut Shumenov; 17. Arsen Goulamirian; 18. Yury Kashinsky; 19. Andrzej Fonfara; 20. Firat Arslan; 21. Artur Mann; 22. Lawrence Okolie; 23. Imre Szello; 24. Constantin Bejeranu; 25. Ruslan Fayfer.



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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


LOPEZ, GAMBOA TAKE CARE OF BUSINESS, ON TRACK FOR 2019 COLLISION

Juan Manuel Lopez W10 Christian Mino ...  Former 122- and 126-pound title holder Juan Manuel Lopez Lopez (36-6, 32 KOs) used four knockdowns to defeat Christian Mino (19-3, 2 KOs) in a lightweight contest held in Miami, Florida over the weekend. Lopez, age 35, won the ten-round bout by scores of 97-88 and 96-89 (twice).

Yuriorkis Gamboa W10 Miguel Beltran ... On the same card, another former title holder, Yuriorkis Gamboa (29-2, 17 KOs) nearly defeated Miguel Beltran (33-7, 22 KOs) via first-round knockout when he sent Beltran face-first to the canvas. The round ended and Beltran was able to continue with the second round. Gamboa, age 36, went on to win the lightweight contest by scores of 100-89, 99-90 and 98-91. The Miami card sets up a 2019 showdown between two aging but still entertaining warriors, Lopez and Gamboa, that should have happened several years ago. source for both results: espn.com 


 
NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


CHECKING IN WITH CANADIAN SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT ALEX DILMAGHANI
By Ivan Montiel

Congratulations on your most recent TKO win this past October [over Christian Arrizola, 24-16-3].  I see you have an upcoming fight on December 15th against an unnamed opponent. Do you have any news to which fighter you could be facing next? 
"Thanks Ivan. All I know as of now is that my next opponent will be tough, a high ranked opponent, but I will beat him come December 15th."


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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 
 GHANA BOXING UPDATE

According to Ghana Web, a new promotional company, All for One Boxing Promotions, has been formed and has already signed four boxers to three-year promotional deals.  Backed by its investment partner, Honking Investments, All For One signed bantamweight Manyo Plange (17-0-1), featherweight Success Tetteh (7-1), heavyweight Ousmanu Haruna (7-0) and super middleweight Samuel Kojogah (record unknown). The boxers were given 32-inch flat screen TVs as signing bonuses. --Scott Shaffer


 
NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


BRITISH CHAMPION NEEDS SURGERY

Press Release: Zach Parker suffered a dislocated left shoulder and tears to his rotator cuff, labrum and subscapularis while controversially winning the British super middleweight title against Darryll Williams on November 3rd in Glasgow. Parker is undergoing surgery to repair the damage. Parker sustained the injury at the end of the second round and was forced to box with one arm for the remainder of the contest as he edged out Williams [to the disagreement of the broadcast team] via split decision.

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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


RESULTS FROM EUROPE

Oshin Derieuw W10 Dahiana Santana... Lightweight Oshin Derieuw (10-0) won a unanimous decision over former IBF and WBA world titlist Dahiana Santana from the Dominican Republic. The bout, held in Deriew's hometown of Henin-Beaumont, France, was scored 100-90 and 99-91 (twice). Slightly too apprehensive at times, Derieuw was in control from early on. Santana (36-10) had one point deducted for being careless with her head. In round eight, Derieuw shook Santana badly, and might have been able to force a stoppage had she taken some risk. source: wbf


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NOVEMBER 12, 2018 


USYK LEFT HAND LAYS BELLEW OUT IN EIGHTH
By G. Leon

Oleksandr Usyk KO8 Tony Bellew: After seven hotly contested round, unified world cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk knocked out Tony Bellew with a perfect left hand to Bellew's jaw that violently sent him crashing to the canvas. Promoter Eddie Hearn nearly cradled Bellew's head as he made his way to his feet. Bellew might have been able to beat the count, but the referee did the right thing by stopping the fight. Source: DAZN

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NOVEMBER 11, 2018 


GLOWACKI AND BREIDIS ADVANCE TO WBSS SEMIS

Krzysztof Glowacki W12 Maksim Vlasov... In the World Boxing Super Series quarter-finals, Poland’s hard-hitting Krzysztof Glowacki picked up a decision win against Russia’s Maksim Vlasov, who showed a lot of heart. The bout was held in Chicago and official scores were 118-110, 117-110 and 115-112. A former WBO title holder, Glowacki advanced to the semi-finals and also earned a WBO interim cruiserweight belt. Glowacki will face Mairis Briedis in the semi-finals.
 
Mairis Briedis W12 Noel Mikaelian... In the other cruiserweight quarter-final, Latvia’s Mairis Briedis had to dig deep to proceed in the tournament but prevailed over Germany’s Noel Mikaelian a/k/a Noel Gevor.  The judges scored it 116-110, 115-111, 114-112 in favor of Briedis, a former WBC title holder. “Thanks to the fans in Chicago,” said Briedis. “This was a hard fight, but we did it!” In last years's WBSS cruiserweight tournament, Briedis gave Oleksandr Usyk the toughest fight of the tourney and his career in losing a majority decision. Usyk went on to unify the cruiserweight division. “It will be another tough fight against a very good fighter. I will sit down with my coaches and prepare more than ever to make sure I get the win,” said Briedis of the coming fight vs. GLowacki. source: wbss


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