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NOVEMBER 24, 2014 
 CRUZ PEREZ DEFEATS DA COSTA

Susana Cruz Perez W10 Anne Sophie Da Costa ... On Saturday night in Reims, France, local favorite Anne Sophie Da Costa lost for the first time as a pro. Her conqueror was Mexico's Susana Cruz Perez. Twenty-four year old Cruz Perez, from the city of Tlalnepantla, set the pace from the start, and held a lead from the first round, and, although not always keeping her foe under control, she never allowed her to turn the table. After ten rounds, the women' strawweight bout was scored 96-94 and 97-93 for Cruz Perez, overruling one card that read 96-94 in favor of Da Costa. Susana Cruz Perez returns to Mexico with the WBF title and an improved professional record of 17-6, while Anne Sophie Da Costa loses for the first time and drops to 18-1. source: wbf


 
NOVEMBER 23, 2014 


PACQUIAO KNOCKS ALGIERI DOWN REPEATEDLY IN DECISION WIN

Manny Pacquiao W12 Chris Algieri... In China, Manny Pacquiao did everything but knock out Chris Algieri en route to a unanimous decision victory. Algieir was knocked down six times and also was given a standing eight count. The official scoring was the most lopsided in recent memory, as Pacquiao won by tallies of 119-103 (twice) and 120-102. Pacquiao, the WBO welterweight champion, narrowly missed his first knockout win since he stopped Miguel Cotto in 2009.

 
NOVEMBER 22, 2014 


ANTHONY JOSHUA'S MARCH TO THE TOP CONTINUES

Anthony Joshua TKO1 Michael Sprott… The meteoric rise of Anthony Joshua up the heavyweight ladder continued as the Olympic gold medalist stopped Michael Sprott in the first round in Liverpool, England. There were no knockdowns but Joshua overwhelmed Sprott, who was helpless against the ropes after just ninety seconds of action. Joshua is now 10-0 with 10 KOs since winning Olympic gold in 2012. Sprott is now 42-23 with two straight first-round losses.  source: awe network

 
NOVEMBER 22, 2014 
 GROVES STOPS DOUGLIN WITH DIFFICULTY

George Groves TKO7 Dennis Douglin… Also on the massive Liverpool show, super middleweight contender George Groves had difficulty with American import Dennis Douglin for a few rounds, but wound up winning via seventh-round technical knockout. Groves scored a knockdown and continued to land hard punches on a tiring Douglin when the referee decided to end the bout. Groves is now 21-2, including two straight win since back-to-back knockout losses to the great Carl Froch. Douglin, a touted prospect not too long ago, falls to 17-4. Douglin is normally a junior middleweight or at most, a middleweight. source: awe network

 
NOVEMBER 22, 2014 
 ROMAN GONZALEZ IMPROVES TO 41-0

Roman Gonzalez TKO6 Rocky Fuentes… Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez of Nicaragua made his case to be the best flyweight in the world by knocking out Filipino Rocky Fuentes in Japan. A three-division champion,  Gonzalez knocked Fuentes down in the sixth round and continued to dish out punishment until the fight was stopped. Gonzalez, who deserves top ten pound-for-pound consideration, is now 41-0. Gonzalez may be the world's best 112 pounder but the lineal world champion remains Juan Francisco Estrada. Fuentes, 35-8-2, has now failed in two straight 112-pound title bids. source: el nuevo diario



 
NOVEMBER 22, 2014 


MIURA RETAINS TITLE IN JAPAN

Takashi Miura TKO6 Edgar Puerta… In Yokohama, Japan, WBC 130-pound champion Takashi Miura retained his title with a sixth-round stoppage of Mexico's Edgar Puerta. Miura, 28-2-2, won the title from Gamaliel Diaz in 2013 and has defended three times since. Puerta, 23-5-1, has a twelve-fight win streak snapped. source: japan today


 
NOVEMBER 20, 2014 


BREADMAN'S PACQUIAO VS. ALGIERI BREAKDOWN
By Stephen "Breadman" Edwards

How much of an impact will Manny Pacquiao's footwork be in his fight this weekend against Chris Algieri?? I am having a hard time with every one playing it safe and saying Algieri can cause him trouble with his length. Pacquiao has always been able to close distant quickly and even when he gets off balance, he still throws hard shots. Pacquiao injured Tim Bradley's ankles twice and Bradley is a very gifted athlete, maybe not the most gifted boxer, but it was still impressive. I don't think Pacquiao will get a KO, but I do think he wins decisively. --DJ
Bread’s Response: I am picking Manny to win the fight also but I don’t have a hard time with people picking Algieri. Pacquiao is older and he undertrained for the first fight against Timothy Bradley. That’s still in everyone’s minds.

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NOVEMBER 20, 2014 
 DAILY BREAD THURSDAY EDITION:(11-20-14)
By Stephen "Breadman" Edwards

Bread, you mentioned that the "Cold War" between Golden Boy and Top Rank, the two biggest promoters in America, started with the Mayweather-Pacquiao issue. I know everyone is at fault. But do you think the Cold War was used to protect Floyd Mayweather? I mean it gave him  a "built-in" excuse to duck Manny Pacquiao by refusing to get involved with Pacquiao's promoter, Bob Arum. First he said he wouldn't fight on Arum show. Then there's additional bad blood between Bob Arum and Al Haymon. It kinda gave him an out based on the HBO/Showtime, Arum/Haymon rifts. Lol-- Mitch

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NOVEMBER 20, 2014 
 QUEENS, NYC CARD SET FOR TOMORROW

Press Release: This Friday, November 21st at Resorts World Casino in Queens, New York City, Bryant "Pee Wee" Cruz (12-0, 6 KO's) of Port Chester, New York will take on Engleberto Valenzuela (9-3, 3 KOs) of Mexico in a super featherweight bout scheduled for eight rounds. Also on the card will be a four-round middleweight bout between DeVaun Lee (3-0) and Obafemi Bakari (1-0).

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NOVEMBER 20, 2014 
 SHIELDS, BROWN HEAD TO QUARTER FINALS IN KOREA

Two American boxers added to their winning streaks on Thursday at the 2014 Elite Women’s World Championships in Jeju, South Korea. 2012 Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields (Flint, Mich.) and reigning world champion Tiara Brown (Fort Myers, Fla.) won via unanimous decision to move on to Friday’s quarterfinal competition. Light flyweight Alex Love (Fort Carson, Colo.) and light welterweight Destiny Chearino (Warwick, R.I.) dropped close decisions and were eliminated. All of the tournament action is being live streamed at www.aiba.org. source: usa boxing

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NOVEMBER 20, 2014 


MAICELO-VELAZQUEZ LIGHTWEIGHT CLASH SET FOR NYC SHOW ON FRIDAY

Press Release: On Nov. 21st (Friday) at the Resorts World Casino in Queens, New York, lightweight Jonathan Maicelo (21-1, 12 KOs) returns to the ring to face Hector Velasquez (56-23-3, 38 KOs).  The bout is scheduled for ten rounds. Maicelo looks to keep the momentum going after his hard-fought victory against Art Hovhannisyan (17-2-2, 9 KOs), a fight that took place on July 11th.

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NOVEMBER 20, 2014 


CULCAY GETS NEW FOE FOR EURO TITLE DEFENSE

Press Release: European junior middleweight champion Jack Culcay (18-1, 10 KOs) will now face Karim Merroudj (13-3-2, 1 KOs) for his first title defense on December 6th at the EWE Arena in Oldenburg, Germany. Merroudj replaces Ruben Varon who was forced to withdraw due to an eye infection. The new challenger is from France and has a four-fight winning streak. Meanwhile, "Golden Jack" is currently in Copenhagen training with former two-time champion Joey Gamache.

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