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AUGUST 22, 2017 


GVOZDYK WANTS TITLE FIGHT, IF NOT ELIMINATION BOUT NEXT
By G. Leon

GL: Congrats on your victory, can you give us some thoughts on your performance? Thank you. I don't know, I just did my job, I think it was just a regular performance for me. GL: It's funny because we were just talking about how Lomachenko had to open up more to make the fight exciting as the main event against Marriaga, and then Baker fights you as reluctantly as Marriaga fought Lomachenko. Did that make it difficult for you to get into your rhythm? No, I was actually expecting it to be like it was. I was ready for it so I just took my time, established my jab and got him out of there when I saw the opening to do so.

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AUGUST 22, 2017 


EGIS KLIMAS SPEAKS ON GVOZDYK'S WIN, LOMACHENKO AND KOVALEV
By G. Leon

Klimas says Crawford top p4p fighter in the world

GL: Congrats on Gvozdyk's victory. Can you give us some thoughts on his performance? I think his performance was brilliant. Everything went as planned. I think he went into the ring not rushing, just to see what Baker brought in the first four rounds. He didn't really throw a hard punch in those rounds, every punch was thrown at 20-50%. He felt good and he was ready to go the distance if he had to, he won every single round, then after the fourth round he switched gears in round five and came out for round six and performed brilliantly.

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AUGUST 21, 2017 


DEMETRIUS ANDRADE: THE MOST AVOIDED FIGHTER IN THE WORLD
By G. Leon

GL: What's the latest and greatest? When can we expect to see you back in the ring? There's no fight date right now, that's what we're working on, some opponents who want to step into the ring. I'm prepared to face anybody at 154 lbs and at the middleweight division too. I'm ready to fight whoever we can get that's worthy enough. I don't know what these other guys do, but when I train and prepare I give it my all like I'm fighting one of the greatest, so I don't want to waste my time fighting tomato cans like a lot of other guys in the division. I think that's a waste of time. I' at the point of my career where I want to fight the big names. I want to fight the Lara's, the Charlo's or whoever people feel is one of the top fighters at this weight class or middleweight. I was willing to step in there with David Lemiuex and they turned the fight down, so it's hard for me to get the fights that I want. I can do the tomato can thing, but I don't want to get prepared for that.



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AUGUST 21, 2017 


VARGAS TAKES DECISION OVER FUNEKA
By Ivan Montiel

Lightweights Bradley Wilcox vs Miguel Angel Cobarrubias fought till the end in a bout scheduled for 4 rounds.  Cobarrubias gave Wilcox all he could handle Miguel Angel even stunned Bradley a couple of times yet in the end Wilcox some how managed to pull out the win by UD.

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AUGUST 21, 2017 


WORLD BOXING SUPER SERIES UPDATE

Press Release:   German super middleweight hope Denis Radovan (5-0, 2 KOs) has been added to the World Boxing Super Series undercard on September 9th at the Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin. He will meet Yann Binanga Aboghe (6-1-1) of France.

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AUGUST 21, 2017 
 MARCOS HERNANDEZ TRAINING CAMP QUOTABLES

PRESS RELEASE: Middleweight prospect Marcos "Madman" Hernandez (9-1, 1 KO) is scheduled to face Kevin Newman II (7-0-1), this Saturday on the Mayweather vs. McGregor undercard.  The 6-rounder, will serve as the swing bout for the preliminaries on FOX and FOX Deportes.  Prelims on FOX and FOX Deportes begin at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT and leads directly into the Mayweather vs. McGregor event that will be produced and distributed by SHOWTIME PPV beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.

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AUGUST 20, 2017 


CRAWFORD STOPS INDONGO WITH A BODY SHOT IN THIRD ROUND
By G. Leon

Terence Crawford KO3 Julius Indongo: Terence Crawford is the undisputed world junior welterweight champion as he added Julius Indongo's WBA and IBF championships to his WBO and WBC straps becoming only the third boxer in history to hold all four major titles. The opening round was fought at a measured pace with both boxers feeling each other out and finding their range. Crawford, 32-0 (23), came out in a southpaw stance and didn't switch up, while Indongo, 22-1 (11), appeared to be tight and wasted energy bouncing around the ring. Crawford dropped Indongo with a series of power shots with forty seconds to go in round two. Indongo beat the count on shaky legs, but made it out of the round. Crawford ended the bout with two paralyzing body shots midway through the third round and Indongo was counted out. Official time was 1:38. Source: ESPN



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AUGUST 20, 2017 


GVOZDYK STOPS BAKER IN SIXTH
By G. Leon

Oleksandr Gvozdyk TKO6 Craig Baker: Undefeated light heavyweight Oleksandr Gvozdyk, 14-0 (12), put in a workmanlike performance over the first five rounds against reluctant underdog Craig Baker. In round six Gvozdyk began to sit down on his punches and throw combinations that finished Baker off. Baker, 17-2 (13), was dropped by three chopping right hands with a minute to go in the sixth round. He beat the count, but the fight was appropriately waved off following Gvozdyk's next flurry of punches. Official time of stoppage 2:04. Source: ESPN 

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AUGUST 20, 2017 


STEVENSON OUTCLASSES PAZ OVER SIX
By G. Leon

Shakur Stevenson UD6 David Michel Paz: 2016 Olympic silver medalist Shakur Stevenson Stevenson won every second of every round against the overmatched David Michel Paz. Stevenson's ring generalship was superior and he was able to land punches seemingly at well, despite not really utilizing and fight off of his jab. Stevenson floored Paz with a straight left hand in the closing moments of the fifth round. Paz beat the count and survived the round, and the fight. Official scores were 60-53 on all three cards. Source: ESPN



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AUGUST 19, 2017 


VARGAS AND FUNEKA MAKE WEIGHT

Press Release- Samuel Vargas and Ali Funeka hit the scales in Toronto, and both were on weight for their welterweight bout. Vargas weighed in at 146.5 pounds, while Funeka came in at a trim 144.5. Vargas has been on boxing's biggest stage against champions Errol Spence Jr. and Danny Garcia, and he's determined to prove that he still belongs there. You The 28-year-old Vargas (27-3-1, 14 KOs) will be in the ring against South Africa's Funeka (39-6-3, 31 KOs) in the main event of Lee Baxter Promotions' (LBP) second event at the Brampton Powerade Centre, "Face Off", in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.

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AUGUST 19, 2017 


CRAWFORD-INDONGO CONFERENCE WEIGH IN RESULTS

PRESS RELEASE: Julius Indongo and Terence Crawford are ready to go in the ring and fight for the world 140- pound championship in a unification bout of the division’s four most important belts. Both fighters made weight before their bout in Nebraska this Saturday. The Namibian Indongo hit the scales at 139 pounds, while Crawford stopped the scale at 140 pounds. The officials for the fight will be Referee: Jack Reiss and Judges: Steve Weisfeld, Max De Luca, Zsoltan Enyadi. This bout is one of the most significant in the division in recent years because it involves the most important championships and two undefeated boxers who are possibly the best in this category. The height of the boxers puts an interesting ingredient into the fight, which seeks to proclaim the real king at 140 pounds today. Crawford, with a great career in the United States and a native of Omaha, is at the top of boxing both in the sport and commercially. He has won his 31 professional fights, 22 of them by knockout and is looking to take another step in his successful career. On the other hand, Indongo has made a great career in Africa and Europe mainly and after defeating Ricky Burns, he earned the right to have this fight. 



 
AUGUST 18, 2017 


ONE ON ONE WITH SHAWNA BUNDRAGE
By Doveed Linder

In this interview, Shawna Bundrage, the wife of former two-time junior middleweight world title holder Cornelius “K-9” Bundrage, discusses her role as a manager in the fight game and gives an update on her husband’s career. DL: How did you first start managing fighters?
 


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AUGUST 18, 2017 
 WEIGHTS FROM ATLANTIC CITY


Thomas LaManna 147 - George Sosa 148
(WBC Silver Latino Welterweight Title)
Imamu Mayfield 200 - Lamont Capers 196
Anthony Young 144.5 - Carlos Winston Velasquez 145.5
Vidal Rivera 128.6 - Weusi Johnson 130.3
Yurik Mamedov 145.5 - Ariel Vasquez 145.3
Emmanuel Rodriguez 119 - Willie Anderson 122.5
Tahlik Taylor 177 - Frederick Julan 173
Sidell Blocker 128 - Joshafat Ortiz 129
Marcos Lugo 131.6 - Tomas Romain 131.7 
Ronald Logan 140 - Nahir Albright 139.1
Alvin Vermall, Jr. 192 - LaMarcus Tucker TBA


 
AUGUST 18, 2017 


GVOZDYK LOOKING TO IMPRESS IN FRONT OF HUGE ESPN AUDIENCE
By G. Leon

Light heavy slugger says Lomachenko is definitely #1 p4p

GL: How's everything going in preparation for your August 19 fight with Craig Baker that will air on ESPN? Everything is perfect. My last sparring was on Friday, I'm leaving tomorrow for Nebraska. I'm ready, I have a good attitude and that's it, same as always. GL: What are your thoughts on Craig Baker as a fighter? I think he's kind of like a dark horse because a lot of people underestimate this guy, but not me. I saw how he knocked out two top prospects so I'm expecting a big challenge. I think Carl Moretti or somebody else said this was the best option they could find for me at what the purse was, but I think everybody is really underestimating this guy. He's really dangerous and I'm expecting a really difficult fight.

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AUGUST 18, 2017 


MUST READ INTERVIEW WITH BOB ARUM
By G. Leon

GL: Congrats on your second great event on ESPN. Can you give us some thoughts on the card from top to bottom? I thought the Beltran and Vasquez fight was very good. I thought Beltran did better than he got on the cards, but at least he won. Luckily, because we were delayed with the hall of fame speeches, we were able to get that fight in with Barboza and Chicas and that was a really good fight. And then Lomachenko that he's the Picasso of boxing and he just painted another masterpiece.

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