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MAY 29, 2016 
 BRAEKHUS AWARDED IBF FEMALE FIGHTER OF THE YEAR

Five times World Champion and female superstar Cecilia Braekhus was thrilled after participating at the 33rd IBF convention in Beijing,
China this week. The colombian-born Norwegian holds all five titles (WBA, WBC, WBO, IBF and IBO) in the welterweight division, and is reckon as pound-for-pound the best female fighter in the world.

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MAY 27, 2016 
 RYAN COYNE ADDED TO ST. LOUIS SHOW

Cruiserweight Ryan Coyne, age 33, has been inducted into the St. Louis boxing hall of fame. Coyne last fought in 2013 and sports a 21-2 career mark. Congratulations to Coyne, who posted the following statement to his Facebook page: “ Tonight I had the fine honor of being inducted into the St. Louis Boxing Hall of Fame. When I wandered into a boxing gym at an advanced age I never had any grand designs. Only to overcome whatever obstacle was in front of me. So I did.. and then I did a little more, a little more, a little more, and a little more. Soon I was living all over the world before sitting on the doorstep of a world title challenge. A door that I would unfortunately never get to walk through. Boxing took me to euphoric highs and disastrous lows. But most importantly boxing taught me to be a man at a pivotal time in my life. I never had world class talent, just a world class work ethic.. and body shot. It took me further than most, myself included, thought it would. Tonight I was afforded the great privilege of being recognized by those who helped make it possible.”

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MAY 27, 2016 
 OGOGO TO FACE HERMANN IN GLASGOW

Press Release: 2012 Olympic Bronze medalist Anthony Ogogo (8-0, 4 KOs) is ready to return to the ring on Saturday, May 28th against Chris Herrmann (21-10-1, 12 KOs) at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, live on Sky Sports. Ogogo has endured a difficult time with injuries since joining the professional ranks. Having returned from a long-standing Achilles problem, which saw him sidelined for 12 months, the 27 year-old dislocated his shoulder during a unanimous points win over Ruslan Schelev last July.Now injury free, Ogogo is ready to get his promising career back on track, starting with Saturday’s event, a fight he believes will lead to the bigger challenges he craves. Ogogo's return is part of a big Scottish show that features local hero Ricky Burns (39-5-1,13 KOs) bidding to become a three-division [paper] titlist as he takes on Michele Di Rocco (40-1-1, 18 KOs) for the vacant WBA 140-pound title that Adrien Broner forfeited by being overweight.

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MAY 26, 2016 
 SOUTH AFRICA TO HOST CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT


Press Release: Gauteng, South Africa will host a “Super 4” cruiserweight tournament, featuring $100,000 in prize money. In the first round, Danish cruiserweight Micki Nielsen (21-0, 14 KOs) takes on South Africa’s Johnny Muller (19-6-2, 13 KOs), while another South African Kevin Lerena (14-1, 8 KOs), battles Argenitna’s Roberto Bolonti (37-5, 26 KOs) with the winners scheduled to meet in the final later this year. The 23 year-old Nielsen has already undergone a grueling training regime to prepare him for the biggest challenge of his career. The Danish boxer, who will be fighting away from home against a dangerous opponent, must also be ready to fight in an altitude of 1,700 meters, which could prove a difficult task. ‘’I’m looking to travelling to South Africa,’’ says Nielsen. ‘’It is important that I arrive early so that I have time to adjust to my surroundings. I’ve been training hard and I’m already well prepared. I’m confident that not only will I win my fight with Muller, but that I will win the whole tournament.’’

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MAY 26, 2016 
 BUTE AND HIS PROMOTER SPEAK ON FAILED DRUG-TEST

Lucian Bute was informed of the results of the anti-doping test done after his World Boxing Council (WBC) world title fight against Badou Jack, April 30, in Washington, D.C. As reported in a statement sent by the WBC, the Washington D.C. Boxing and Wrestling Commission informed them that Bute tested positive for Ostarine, in an A sample analysis, after the bout. ''I am surprised and sorry about this. I don't understand what led to this positive result, Bute said. "I have always passed every anti-doping test that I was asked to take since I won a world title. More recently for my fight against James DeGale, in Quebec City, last November, I was tested eight times from before my training camp until after my fight. I have never taken any illegal products. I have a complete trust in my team. There will be an analysis of the B sample and I am sure that this result will be negative.''

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MAY 26, 2016 
 LOGRECO-ELEGELE HEADLINES PBC ON BOUNCE TV

A battle between exciting welterweights Phil Lo Greco (27-2, 15 KOs) and Joseph Elegele (15-2, 11 KOs) will serve as the 10-round main event of Premier Boxing Champions: The Next Round on Bounce TV and BounceTV.com Sunday, June 12 from The Lakeland Center in Lakeland, FL. Televised coverage begins at 9 p.m. ET/PT and will feature unbeaten Australian prospect Steve Lovett (15-0, 12 KOs) and tough contender Craig Baker (16-1, 12 KOs) in a 10-round light heavyweight showdown. The full night of action will be streamed on BounceTV.com

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MAY 26, 2016 


FULL BROADWAY BOXING LINEUP ANNOUNCED


As previously announced, on Friday, June 3, Broadway Boxing returns to the beautiful Resorts World Casino New York City in Queens, NY, featuring former world champions Richar Abril (19-3-1, 8KO's) and Yuri Foreman (33-2, 9KO's) headlining in separate bouts. The exciting 10-bout card is presented by DiBella Entertainment and New Legend Boxing and sponsored by Nissan of Queens. Abril is set to take on the always-tough, former world title challenger and now resurgent contender Jerry Belmontes (21-8, 6KO's) in a 10-round super lightweight showdown, while Foreman squares off against Jason Davis in an eight-round junior middleweight matchup.

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MAY 26, 2016 
 PROVIDNIKOV, MOLINA QUOTABLES

Ruslan “The Siberian Rocky” Provodnikov was involved in the Fight of the Year in 2013 with Tim Bradley. John "The Gladiator" Molina Jr.was embroiled in the 2014 Fight of The Year with LucasMatthysse. On Saturday, June 11, Provodnikov (25-4, 18 KOs) a former WBO Junior Welterweight World Champion, and former world title challenger Molina (28-6, 23 KOs) will face each other in the 12-round main event of a SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® tripleheader live on SHOWTIME (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT), from Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, N.Y.

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MAY 26, 2016 
 WBC GRANTS WILDER VOLUNTARY DEFENSE

WBC president Mauricio Suliaman announced yesterday that Deontay Wilder can make a voluntary defense of his WBC heavyweight title “as reasonably soon as possible.” Wilder was previously required to make his mandatory defense against Russia’s Alexander Povetkin on May 21, 2016, and Wilder was prepared to go through with the risky fight.  However, on May 13th, the Voluntary Anti-Doping Agency (VADA) reported that Povetkin testred positive for Meldonium, which became a banned substance on January 1, 2016.  On May 15, 2016, the WBC issued a ruling that the fight would not take place as scheduled. The WBC says it conducting an in-depth investigation and evaluation of the situation and further rulings will be forthcoming

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MAY 26, 2016 
 CASIMERO WINS IBF FLYWEIGHT TITLE CALLS OUT CHOCALITITO


John Riel Casimero KO4 Anmant Ruenroeng…. John Riel Casimero of Cebu City, Philippines, for his fourth-round knockout victory over previously unbeaten IBF flyweight champion Anmat Ruenroeng at the Diamond Court in Beijing, China.  Today’s bout was a rematch of their June 2015 meeting, which was won by Ruenroeng by unanimous decision. This time around, Casimero (22-3, 14 KOs) dropped Ruenroeng (17-1, 5 KOs) twice in the fourth round to end things at 2:10. A counter left hook dropped the champion first and then a follow-up left hook to the body brought the finish. Casimero is now a two-division titleholder, as he previously held the IBF 108-pound championship from 2012-2014 and made three successful defenses before moving up in weight. "John Riel has gotten this out of the way now," said his promoter, Sampson Lewkowicz. "My congratulations to him and to his people in the Philippines. He is now their third current world champion and is very proud to represent them. Next, we want to unify against Chocolatito [Roman Gonzalez who holds the WBC version of the title]. Tell him we are ready any time. They say no one wants to fight Gonzalez. We do! John Riel is right here and ready to unify the championships. My phone is always on. Let's make it happen." Source: Sampson boxing

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