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OCTOBER 30, 2014 


GLAZKOV TO TEST HAND ON NOV. 8TH

Ahead of his bout vs. Darnell Wilson (25-17-3) on Nov. 8th, Vyacheslav "Czar" Glazkov and his team reflected on his last outing. On Aug. 9th, Glazkov defeated Derric Rossy via majority decision, but the fight was much closer than anyone predicted. At the moment Glazkov walked into the ring to face Rossy, he had not heard from his parents in war-torn Ukraine in over two weeks. Physically, his hand had been bothering him since his Mar. 15th battle with Tomasz Adamek.  After the fight, Czar did not want to make excuses but said, "My hand was bothering me. It wasn't broken, but it did not recover as well as I had hoped. It is not an excuse but it was still bothering me from my fight with Adamek."
source: main events

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OCTOBER 30, 2014 
 GREG COHEN PROMOTIONS EXPANDING OPERATIONS IN AUSTRALIA

Press Release: Greg Cohen Promotions has named Australian promoter Adam Wilcock of FightCard Promotions to the role of Vice President of Global Operations. Making the announcement, CEO Greg Cohen said, "Adam and I have been working together for over four years now on a number of different projects. There are some big things ahead in the immediate future of GCP and its role within the boxing landscape, adding Adam into our executive team gives GCP further solidity and ability to grow. This appointment further allows GCP to work within the Australian market, the boxing-strong region of Southeast Asia and also expand its reach into the UK." Wilcock will split his time between the USA and Australia,One of their projects will be Australian-based Irishman "Hurricane" Dennis Hogan (19-0, 7 KOs), who fights on November 13th in Westbury, New York.

 
OCTOBER 30, 2014 
 BILLY DIB FIGHTING IN AUSTRALIA ON FRIDAY

Press Release: Former IBF featherweight champion Billy "The Kid" Dib (37-3, 21 KOs) will have a Halloween fight at home in Australia against Indonesia's Ruben Manakane (14-11-1, 9 KOs). It will be a twelve-round super featherweight contest. Dib, whose only three losses as a professional have been in world title fights to undefeated Evgeny Gradovich twice and Steve Luevano will likely throw a horrific scare, if not worse, into his young opponent.

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OCTOBER 30, 2014 


FONFARA-NGUMBU, KAMEDA-HERNANDEZ WORKOUT QUOTES

Tomoki Kameda signs with Al Haymon

Press Release: Chicago fan favorite Andrzej “The Polish Prince” Fonfara, France’s Doudou Ngumbu, WBO bantamweight champion Tomoki Kameda and Kameda's opponent Alejandro Hernandez worked out for the media on Wednesday at Oakley Fight Club in Chicago in advance of Saturday’s Showtime boxing event to be held at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago. Fonfara (25-3, 15 KOs) and Ngumbu (33-5, 12 KOs) will square off in a ten-round light heavyweight bout  while Kameda (30-0, 19 KOs) defends Hernandez (28-10-2, 15 KOs) in a twelve rounder. Here is what the boxers had to say:

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OCTOBER 29, 2014 


LEMIEUX-ROSADO TO HEADLINE BOXING AFTER DARK ON DEC. 6TH

Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, December 6th will host an HBO Boxing After Dark tripleheader. In the twelve-round main event, Canada's David Lemieux face Philadelphian warrior "King" Gabriel Rosado in a middleweight bout. Unbeaten Californian Hugo "The Boss" Centeno Jr. takes on Texas' James "The King" De La Rosa. Rounding out the televised card is a pair of junior welterweight sluggers as Thomas "El Frances" Dulorme takes on "Hammerin" Hank Lundy in junior welterweight action. Tickets can be purchased at www.barclayscenter.com, www.ticketmaster.com. source: golden boy

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OCTOBER 29, 2014 
 SAN DIEGO TO HOST WOMENS TITLE FIGHT ON NOV. 21ST

On Friday, November 21st, San Diego, CA, will be the host of a world title fight when Tijuana's Kenia Enriquez (12-0) faces the much more experienced Ana "La Bronca" Arrazola (20-10-2) for the vacant WBO women's flyweight championship. The title was vacated by Argentinean "Tutti" Bopp who became pregnant and also left the WBO and WBA light flyweight titles.The Enriquez vs. Arrazola world title fight is scheduled for ten rounds and will headline a six-bout fight card.  source: Bobby D. Presents

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OCTOBER 29, 2014 
 INTRODUCING CANADIAN SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT SCHILLER HYPPOLITE

Boxing has its "Superman" -- World light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson -- and from the same country, Canada, comes a boxer who calls himself "Batman" -- super middleweight Schiller Hyppolite (13-0-1, 9 KOs). The 28-year-old Hyppolite, like Stevenson, was born in Haiti and he also lives in Montreal. Hyppolite has won eight straight fights. The boxer-puncher headlines a show November 21st, streaming live on www.punchinggrace.com from Colisee Cardin in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec. Hyppolite faces Alan Campa (10-1, 7 KOs) in the twelve-round main event. source: Eye of the Tiger Management

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OCTOBER 29, 2014 


HOPKINS: "I'M SPENDING LESS TIME IN THE GYM"

With just a little over a week until fight night, Bernard "The Alien" Hopkins worked out in front a media contingent that came to see the 49-year-old WBA/IBF light heavyweight champion train for his Saturday, Nov. 8th unification bout against Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. HBO World Championship Boxing will televise. Hopkins' trainer, Naazim Richardson, and promoter, Oscar De La Hoya were also on hand. Here is what they had to say:

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OCTOBER 29, 2014 
 KHURTSIDZE FIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD ON THURSDAY

Boxing returns to the Florentine Gardens Nightclub in Hollywood, California on Thursday, October 30th. Six professional boxing and five professional MMA bouts are scheduled. The boxing portion will be highlighted by a six-round bout between former IBO middleweight titlist Avtandil "Tornado" Khurtsidze (28-2-2) and Eddie Hunter (10-10-2). After nearly three years out of the ring, Khurtsidze returned with a first-round knockout of Allen Conyers (12-9). Hunter has won four of his last six bouts including a career-highlight knockout of Ronald Hearns (26-4) and an upset of previously undefeated Lanell Bellows. source: bash boxing

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OCTOBER 29, 2014 
 SCOTTISH BOXING NEWS: SHAUN MCSHANE READY FOR ACTION ON NOV. 15TH

After a mixed start in the pro ranks, Glasgow-based Irishman Shaun McShane (1-1-1) is using his recent time out as a catalyst. After turning pro in February 2014, the Donegal native has had a busy year with three fights. Looking forward to making his return on November 15th, Mcshane is up against Bulgaria's Radoslav Mitev (5-19-1) in Motherwell, Scotland.  source: Prospect Promotions

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OCTOBER 28, 2014 


B-HOP: MAGNUM OPUS OR SWAN SONG?
By Ben Dean

On November 8th, the man formerly known as the Executioner, and now perhaps more aptly dubbed “The Alien”, 49 year-old Bernard Hopkins will make another run at boxing history.  He faces off with fellow champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev in a light heavyweight unification bout in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Hopkins has long made a living off of upsetting the odds and defying expectation.  He will rightfully go down in history as an all-time great, and one of the most accomplished middleweight and light heavyweight champions in pugilistic history.  Not merely because of his in-ring accomplishments, but equally as important because of his willingness to dare to be great.

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OCTOBER 28, 2014 


ABEL SANCHEZ: LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT SULLIVAN BARRERA IS MAKING PROGRESS

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba native Sullivan Barrera (13-0, 8 KOs) defected to the United States to become a professional boxer and now, in his second straight training camp with trainer Abel Sanchez (who also trains WBA middleweight super champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin), the undefeated light heavyweight feels he is getting closer to realizing that dream. On Nov. 8th, Barrera will face Rowland Bryant (18-4, 12 KOs) of Altamonte Springs, Florida, who is coming off an eight-round unanimous decision loss to Pawel Glazewski in Poland. source: main events

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OCTOBER 28, 2014 


ZEUGE-BOZIC ADDED TO GERMAN UNDERCARD

German super middleweight Tyron Zeuge (15-0, 9 KOs) will see action on December 6th in Oldenburg, Germany. The 22 year-old wil  face Croatia's Stjepan Bozic (29-8, 19 KOs) in a fight trainer Karsten Roewer describes as a good test for Zeuge. “Bozic is a very experienced fighter,” said Roewer. “He cannot afford to take Bozic lightly.” Zeuge returns following a ninth-round TKO victory over Baker Barakat in August.  Roewer says Zeuge has a lot of room for improvement. "Although he won by stoppage, I did not really like what I saw from Tyron in this fight. He will need to improve in order to unsettle Bozic. However, if he works hard and sticks to the game plan, I have no doubts he will emerge as the clear winner.” On the same Oldenburg show, Juergen Braehmer defends the WBA regular light heavyweight title against Pawel Glazewski, while IBF cruiserweight champion Yoan Pablo Hernandez faces mandatory challenger Ola Afolabi. Tickets are available via eventim.de. source: sauerland event

 
OCTOBER 28, 2014 
 FRENCH BOXING UPDATE

On Friday November 7th in Douai, France, junior welterweight Farid Chebabha (15-2-4) faces Belgium's Tarik Madni (19-6-1) in the main event. On the same show, light heavyweight Mohamed “Parigo” Merah (11-1-3) on Germany-based Slovenian Denis Simcic (29-2). Merah has gone the ten round distance twice but Simcic has a clear edge in experience and has faced the better opposition. The Merah-Simcic winner hopes the WBF can arrange a fight vs. Tony Averlant next year. source: wbf

 
OCTOBER 27, 2014 


ADONIS STEVENSON'S NEXT DEFENSE ANNOUNCED

World light heavyweight champion Adonis "Superman" Stevenson (24-1, 20 KOs), will return to the ring December 19 that Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City to face Russian challenger Dmitry "The Hunter" Sukhotskiy (22-2, 16 KOs). For the second time in a row Stevenson will headline on Showtime, which will televise on American television. Two-time Russian Olympian, and now light heavyweight contender sensation Artur Beterbiev (6-0, 6 KOs) will compete on the show, as will welterweight Kevin Bizier (26-1, 16 KOs). Tickets  will go on sale next Thursday, November 6, at 10:00 a.m. ET online at www.billeteck.com, at GYM (514) 383-0666 or Boxing Club Champion (514) 376-0980. source: groupe yvon michel

 
OCTOBER 27, 2014 
 MANFREDO ENJOYING HIS RETIREMENT AS CONSTRUCTION WORKER, FAMILY MAN

Press Release: After spending the majority of his young life training inside a gym or boxing in a ring, Peter "The Pride of Providence" Manfredo, Jr. is enjoying life outside the ring for the first time on a daily basis with his family, as he prepares for his upcoming induction into the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame (CBHOF).

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OCTOBER 27, 2014 


BOXINGTALK EXCLUSIVE: MAYWEATHER SR. BREAKS DOWN PACQUIAO-ALGIERI
by Dontae Williams



 
OCTOBER 27, 2014 
 WOMEN'S BOUTS TOP NOVEMBER DENMARK BILL

*** UPDATE: A super middleweight bout between Norway's Tim-Robin Lihaug (8-1) and Republic of Georgia's George Beroshvili (13-3-2) has been added to this show.*** World female welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus (26-0, 7 KOs) will be back in action on November 29th in Copenhagen. She will face IBF mandatory challenger Jennifer Retzke (15-1-1, 9 KOs) at the Falconer Hall. Braekhus became the first female boxer to win the four major titles (IBF, WBC, WBA and WBO) in September when she defeated Ivana Habazinl. Retzke currently holds the IBO version of the title. On the same show, Klara Svensson (14-0, 5 KOs) will face Lucia Morelli (18-4, 8 KOs) at junior welterweight. source: sauerland event

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OCTOBER 27, 2014 


DANTE'S BOXING NATION: TALKING NICHOLAS WALTERS AND GENNADY GOLOVKIN
by Dontae Williams

Is Lomachenko next for Walters?



 
OCTOBER 27, 2014 
 BARROS WINS IN ARGENTINA

Jonathan Barros W10 Sergio Escobar... In Sante Fe, Argentina, Jonathan Barros won a wide decision over Sergio Escobar in a battle of Argentinean super featherweights. The action was one-sided, so it was no surprise when Barros was announced as the winner by scores of 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91. Barros (38-4-1) has now won four in a row since a 2012 loss to Mikey Garcia. He formerly held the WBA regular featherweight title during Chris John's reign as super champion. Escobar continues to serve as a local gatekeeper but drops to 26-24-3. source: fabox

 
OCTOBER 27, 2014 
 BOYD MELSON SELECTED TO ADDRESS WEST POINT CADETS

Press Release: Junior middleweight Boyd “Rainmaker” Melson has been invited to speak at a leadership development series at his alma mater, the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York on Monday, October 27th.

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OCTOBER 26, 2014 


YOAN HERNANDEZ ANNOUNCES NEXT DEFENSE

On December 6th in Oldenburg, Germany, IBF cruiserweight king Yoan Pablo Hernandez (29-1, 14 KOs) will defend his title against Ola Afolabi (21-3-4, 10 KOs). Hernandez, is back in action following his win over Firat Arslan in August. The Cuban-born boxer is looking forward to an immediate return having previously suffered periods of inactivity due to illness and injury. Already announced for the same show is Juergen Braehmer’s WBA regular light heavyweight title defense against Pawel Glazewski.

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OCTOBER 26, 2014 


RESULTS FROM MONACO: MURRAY LOOKS LIKE NEXT OPPONENT FOR GOLOVKIN

Martin Murray W12 Domenico Spada... Middleweight contender Martin Murray defeated Domenico Spada in Monaco on Saturday night. Spada suffered a cut due to a ckash of heads in the third round, and it eventually worsened, causing the doctor to recommend a stoppage in round seven. Because the butt was deemed accidental, the scorecards decided the winner, and Murray was leading by scores reported as 67-66, 68-63 and 69-67. Martin is now 29-1-1 with the loss to former world middleweight champion Sergio Martinez and the draw coming against Felix Sturm. Spada, from Italy, is now 39-6. At ringside was WBA super/IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, and the win likely earned Murray a shot at Golvkin in early 2015. 

Hekkie Budler W12 Xiong Zhao Zhong... On the same show, South Africa's Hekkie Budler retained his WBA and IBO 105-pound championships in a tough fight that he won by unanimous decision win over Xiong Zhao Zhong of China. Budler was knocked down in the second round, but recovered to floor his Chinese opponent in round three. Budler went on to win by scores of 114-112 (twice) and a disturbing 118-108 (meaning that judge gave Budler every round in which he was not knocked down). Budler is now 27-1. Xiong formerly held the WBC version of the 105-pound title before losing it to journeyman Osvaldo Novoa. source: supersport zone


 
OCTOBER 26, 2014 
 NEW CHAMPION ALERT: RANDY CABALLERO CAPTURES VACANT IBF BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE

Randy Caballero W12 Stuart Hall ... In Mexico, California's Randy Caballero defeated Stuart Hall of England for the vacant IBF bantamweight title. Caballero knocked down Hall in the second and went onto win by unanimous decision. Official scores were 116-111 (twice) and 118-110. After the slow start, Hall got back into the fight and slowed down Caballero with a low blow. The championship rounds were fiercely competitive and left South Africa reporters calling for a rematch. Caballero is now 23-0. Hall is 16-4. He held the IBF bantamweight title previously, but lost it to Paul Butler, who then vacated rather than face Caballero. source: supersport zone


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