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MARCH 03, 2015 


TAYLOR LIKELY TO BE RELEASED FROM PRISON PRIOR TO TRIAL
By Scott Shaffer

According to Little Rock, Arkansas television station KARK, former world middleweight champion Jermain Taylor will soon be released from prison while he awaits his trial for shooting his cousin last year.  KARK reports that Taylor will have to wear an electronic monitoring device and be subject to behavioral reports. In 2014, Taylor pleaded not guilty to the shooting of his cousin, who was shot twice at Taylor's house, with Taylor making incriminating admissions during a 911 call.  While out on bail, Taylor defeated Sam Soliman for the IBF middleweight title. He was set to defend against Sergio Mora, but on Martin Luther King Day, he melted down and allegedly pointed a loaded gun at a young child, which caused him to be sent back to prison with additional charges filed. Taylor's mental health is being studied. He suffered multiple violent knockouts during his career. 

 
MARCH 03, 2015 
 PREVIEW AND PREDICTIONS FOR NBC'S PREMIERE BOXING CHAMPIONS DEBUT
By Ben Dean

Part 1 of 2: Broner vs. Molina

This Saturday will feature the long-awaited return of boxing to prime time, network television by the inaugural show of Al Haymon's Premiere Boxing Champions series on HBO. The featured fights are both good ones: Keith Thurman vs. Robert Guerrero at welterweight and Adrien Broner vs. John Molina, Jr. at junior welterweight. Boxingtalk's Ben Dean has taken a look at these two fights and made his predictions. Today, Ben looks at Broner-Molina, with Ben's analysis of Thurman-Guerrero to be published tomorrow.

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MARCH 03, 2015 


SHOWTIME TO HONOR VAZQUEZ-MARQUEZ RIVALRY

Press Release: 
Showtime Sports will honor one of boxing’s most intense and brutal rivalries, the four showdowns between Mexican legends Israel Vazquez and Rafael Marquez. The first three are all considered boxing classics. 
Tonight, on the eighth anniversary of their epic first battle, Showtime Extreme (10 p.m. ET/PT) will present Vazquez-Marquez I, a unanimous selection of 2007 Fight of the Year.  Then on Wednesday, Vazquez-Marquez II, an old-school slugfest that produced a Round of the Year Winner, will air at 11 p.m. ET/PT.  The third installment, the 2008 Fight of The Year, will air on Thursday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on 
Showtime Extreme.
 Plus, Vazquez-Marquez I-IV will air in a “Roadblock” this Saturday on 
Showtime Extreme
 beginning at Noon ET/PT. 



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MARCH 03, 2015 


CRAWFORD'S FIRST FIGHT AT 140 SET FOR VACANT BELT

Press Release: WBO lightweight champion and the Boxing Writers Association of America's (BWAA) 2014 Fighter of the Year Terence Crawford will move up to 140 pounds and face Thomas Dulorme on Saturday, April 18th at College Park Center at the University of Texas Arlington (Dallas/Fort Worth area).  The bout will be televised as part of a split-site doubleheader live on HBO's Boxing After Dark, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. At stake will be the vacant WBO140-pound title that was stripped from Chris Algieri when he moved up to fight Manny Pacquiao. 

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MARCH 03, 2015 
 PATRICK NIELSEN OPPONENT NAMED

Press Release:  Denmark's Patrick Nielsen (23-1, 11 KOs) will be fighting George Tahdooahnippah (34-1-2, 24 KOs) in his super middleweight debut on March 14th at the Ballerup Super Arena in Copenhagen. Tahdooahnippah is a native American who hails from Oklahoma.

 
MARCH 03, 2015 
 LARA QUICKLY DISSES ANDRADE CALL OUT

Press Release: 
WBA 154-pound regular champion Erislandy "The American Dream" Lara responded to WBO titlist Demetrius "Boo Boo"  Andrade's offer of a fight. 
"I'll fight him anytime! My resume speaks for itself.  I'm willing to fight [Miguel] Cotto or GGG [Gennady Golovkin] next...you think I'm worried about this little spoiled brat? Look at my resume of great fighters I've fought, [Paul] Williams, [Carlos] Molina, Vanes [Martirosyan], [Austin] Trout, Canelo [Saul Alvarez], [Alfredo] Angulo and now [Ishe] Smith. In 24 fights, who has he fought?" 
Lara went on to say about Andrade latest drama about pulling out of an offer to fight Jermall Charlo: 
"I'm the best in the division.  If I put my name to a contract I show up and fight, unlike him when he pulled out of the biggest fight of his career against Charlo. Not to mention, he turned down a fight with me on ESPN2 years ago when I was willing to whoop to put a beating on him for $15.000.  And don't forget, I already whooped that ass for free in the amateurs!!! His nickname serves him right...He's Poo Poo!"


 
MARCH 03, 2015 
 AFTER TURNING DOWN CHARLO, ANDRADE WANTS LARA

Press Release: 
After [turning down Jermall Charlo], WBO 154-pound titlist Demetrius "Boo Boo" Andrade, has turned his attention to a fight with WBA regular titlist Erislandy Lara. 
"We signed a contract to fight Charlo a month ago," said 
Andrade's father/ trainer 
Paul Andrade.  "[Landa] opted to fight a guy that we beat already in Vanes Martiroysan.  I don't even think Jermall Charlo will beat him.  I can see Vanes out bullying him and win a decision about eight rounds to four.
That's in the past and now we have to look towards the future."


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MARCH 03, 2015 
 MARIO BARROS ADDED TO THIS WEEKEND'S VEGAS SHOW

Press Reelase: 
San Antonio, Texas' 6'1" featherweight Mario Barrios (7-0, 3 KOs), will make his Las Vegas debut this Saturday March 7, 2105, at the MGM Grand Hotel.  Barrios will face Justin Lopez (5-2, 3 KOs) in what will be his first six-round bout. The main event willl feature Keith Thurman vs. Robert Guerrero. 
"When you're a kid growing up in this sport, you always think about what it would be like to fight in the boxing capitol of the world, Las Vegas," said Barrios. "Now that time has come and I'm ready to get busy.  I don't know much about my opponent expect that he has some power.  None the less, I'm looking to impress those in attendance with a great performance." 
Advised by Al Haymon, Barrios knows he is in a wonderful position to take his career to the next level.
 


 
MARCH 02, 2015 
 SHOWTIME TO AIR JHONNY GONZALEZ VS. GARY RUSSELL, JR.

Press Release: 
A doubleheader, featuring WBC featherweight champion Jhonny Gonzalez (57-8, 48 KOs) defending against exciting Gary Russell Jr. (25-1, 14 KOs) on Showtime Championship Boxing will take place at The Pearl at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, on Saturday, March 28th. I
n the co-feature, Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (25-0, 11 KOs) takes on the experienced former U.S. Olympian Vanes Martirosyan (35-1-1, 21 KOs) in an important 154-pound showdown. 
Tickets may be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. 



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MARCH 02, 2015 
 AUSTRALIA VS. NEW ZEALAND MATCH-UP BOOKED FOR MARCH 14TH

Press Release: 
Australia's Darren Askew has agreed to meet newly crowned New Zealand junior middleweight champion Daniel Roy Maxwell on March 14th. The bout will be slated for four rounds in Queensland, Australia. 

Since arriving from England, Askew (13-6-1) has won his last seven bouts and picked up the Queensland and Victorian title belts. 

Maxwell (an astonishing 3-26-1) won the New Zealand title in early February with a ten round unanimous decision victory over Ben Sisam in Waitara.


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MARCH 02, 2015 
 ZOU SHIMING TALKS ABOUT THIS WEEK'S TITLE CHALLENGE VS. AMNAT RUENROENG

Press Release: 
Despite having only six professional fights under his belt, Zou Shiming, the two-time Chinese Olympic gold medalist and three-time world amateur champion is ready for his close-up.  Just 23 months removed from his professional debut, Zou (6-0, 1 KO) will challenge amateur rival and defending IBF flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng(14-0, 5 KOs) of Si Racha, Thailand, in the main event on Saturday, March 7th at The Venetian Macao's Cotai Arena. 
The bout will be televised via same-day delay on HBO2, beginning at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT.  
At a recent media workout at Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach's Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, Calif., Zou discussed the upcoming fight:


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MARCH 02, 2015 


LATE RESULTS FROM LONG ISLAND

Cletus Seldin TKO5 Johnny Garcia ... On Friday night, as shown on the ESPN2 network, junior welterweight Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin stopped Johnny Garcia in the fifth round in Seldin's home of Long Island, New York. Seldin (16-0 with 13KOs) and Garcia (19-3-1 with 11 KOs) from  Holland, MI, went at each other right from the opening bell.  Both fighters scored with good shots and Seldin hit the canvas in what was ruled a slip but may have been a flash knockdown from a Garcia right. The fifth saw Seldin landing numerous shots to both the head and body of Garcia.  Garcia tried his best to fend Seldin off but the power of Seldin was just too much and the referee stopped the onslaught at 2:29 of round five.

Raymond Serrano W10 Jeremy Bryan... The semi-final saw Raymond Serrano score a majority ten round decision win over Jeremy Bryan by scores of 94-94, 97-91, and 96-92 in a welterweight contest. source for all results: star boxing


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MARCH 02, 2015 
 UNDERCARD DETAILS FROM CHINA: TAPIA-DAWSON TO AIR ON HBO2

Super Featherweight Jose Felix Jr. 28-1 (23KOs) will be facing Filipino Raymond Sermona 18-4-5 (8KOs) on March 7th at the Cotai Arena in the Venetian Resort and Hotel in Macao, China.

Felix Jr. - Sermona will be part of the Top Rank promoted fight card with Chinese gold medalist Zou Shiming 6-0 (1KO) challenging Amnat Ruenroeng 14-0 (5KOs) for the IBF flyweight title in the main event.

The cards promoted in the venue by Top Rank have been a success since their inception, which Felix Jr. sees as a big opportunity to capitalize on.

''I was offered the fight and took it, it is a great chance to showcase my skills at the international level and have been told that with a good performance, I will be put in line in the not so long future, for another world title shot'' said Felix Jr.

The Los Mochis, Sinaloa fighter is on a two -fight KO win streak, following his lone loss, a one point difference decision loss on two cards when he challenged reigning interim WBA Super Featherweight champion Bryan Vasquez on the Pacquiao vs. Bradley rematch eleven months ago.

In Sermona, a reported switch-hitter, Felix Jr. knows a win is a must.

Check out details on Jose Ramirez's next fight here



''He (Sermona) is a very good boxer, quick with good power, he is dangerous as most Filipinos tend to be, I'm not overlooking him, as a good win will open the doors for me with another title shot, one which I will not let go to waste'' said the 22 year old fighter.

''It is an honor to be part of this card, and I'm excited and grateful for the opportunity.'' concluded Felix Jr.

Felix Jr vs. Sermona is scheduled for eight rounds and will be main event on UNIMAS, with Shiming vs. Ruenroeng part of the fight card to be broadcast on HBO.

- See more at: http://www.toprank.com/news/boxing-promotions-felix-jr-to-face-sermona-on-quotsolo-boxeo-tecatequot#sthash.eGODPlDt.dpuf
Super Featherweight Jose Felix Jr. 28-1 (23KOs) will be facing Filipino Raymond Sermona 18-4-5 (8KOs) on March 7th at the Cotai Arena in the Venetian Resort and Hotel in Macao, China.

Felix Jr. - Sermona will be part of the Top Rank promoted fight card with Chinese gold medalist Zou Shiming 6-0 (1KO) challenging Amnat Ruenroeng 14-0 (5KOs) for the IBF flyweight title in the main event.

The cards promoted in the venue by Top Rank have been a success since their inception, which Felix Jr. sees as a big opportunity to capitalize on.

''I was offered the fight and took it, it is a great chance to showcase my skills at the international level and have been told that with a good performance, I will be put in line in the not so long future, for another world title shot'' said Felix Jr.

The Los Mochis, Sinaloa fighter is on a two -fight KO win streak, following his lone loss, a one point difference decision loss on two cards when he challenged reigning interim WBA Super Featherweight champion Bryan Vasquez on the Pacquiao vs. Bradley rematch eleven months ago.

In Sermona, a reported switch-hitter, Felix Jr. knows a win is a must.

Check out details on Jose Ramirez's next fight here



''He (Sermona) is a very good boxer, quick with good power, he is dangerous as most Filipinos tend to be, I'm not overlooking him, as a good win will open the doors for me with another title shot, one which I will not let go to waste'' said the 22 year old fighter.

''It is an honor to be part of this card, and I'm excited and grateful for the opportunity.'' concluded Felix Jr.

Felix Jr vs. Sermona is scheduled for eight rounds and will be main event on UNIMAS, with Shiming vs. Ruenroeng part of the fight card to be broadcast on HBO.

- See more at: http://www.toprank.com/news/boxing-promotions-felix-jr-to-face-sermona-on-quotsolo-boxeo-tecatequot#sthash.eGODPlDt.dpuf
Press Release: 
This weekend, HBO2 will feature I
BF flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng (14-0, 5 KOs) of Thailand defending against Chinese star 
Zou Shiming (6-0, 1 KO) at Macao China's Cotai Arena. 
The bout will be televised via same-day delay on Saturday, beginning at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT.  The telecast will open with a ten-round junior middleweight bout between Glenn Tapia (22-1, 14 KOs), of Passaic, NJ, and Daniel Dawson (40-4-1, 26 KOs), of Perth, Australia. On the same card, but not on the HBO2 broadcast, 
super featherweight J
ose Felix Jr. (28-1 with 23 KOs) will face Filipino Raymond Sermona (18-4-5 with 8 KOs). 
Felix Jr. vs. Sermona is scheduled for eight rounds and will be main event on Unimas. Also on Unimas will be Ik Yang
 (17-0, 12 KOs), of Dalian, China and Patomsuk Pathompathong (30-2-1, 18 KOs), of Kalasin, Thailand, squaring off in a twelve-round junior welterweight bout.


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MARCH 02, 2015 
 BRAZILIAN OLYMPIAN IS NOW 7-0 AS A PRO

Esquiva Falcao TKO3 Mike Tufariello... Esquiva Falcao (7-0) overpowered Mike Tufariello (4-2-1) to earn the TKO victory in the third round on Unimas Solo Boxeo Tecate at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Fla. Falcao is a former Brazilian Olympian now campaigning at middleweight. source: top rank

 
MARCH 01, 2015 
 THREE-DIVISION CHAMP ROMAN GONZALEZ NOW 42-0

Roman Gonzalez TKO3 Valentín Leon... In his home country of Nicaragua, WBC 112-pound champion Roman “ Chocolatito” Gonzalez succesfully tested the waters at 115 pounds by stopping Mexico's Valentín "Picoco" Leon, in the third round. Gonzalez, a pound-for-pound contender, improved to 42-0 by getting into gear early. He dropped Leon (38-29-3) in round two and twice more in round three. After the conclusión of this brief bout, Roman expressed his desire to take on Edgar Sosa as his next opponent. Gonzalez's amazing resume includes the following title reigns: WBA 105-pound title from 2008-2010; WBA 108-pound title from 2011 to 2012; and WBC 112-pound title from 2014 to the present. After Gonzalez beat Juan Francisco Estrada at 108 pounds, Estrada moved up to 112 and won the world flyweight championship. source: wbc website


 
MARCH 01, 2015 


FOX DEPORTES RESULTS FROM MEXICO

In Cancun, Mexico, lightweight Ivan “Macanon” Cano (23-6-2)  unanimously overcame John Carlo “Sireno” Aparicio (27-9) in a strategic ten-round bout... On the undercard, bantamweights Edgar “Power” Jimenez (19-11-2) and Humberto “Chato” Morales (12-11-4) fought to an intense ten-round draw... Yesenia “Niña” Gomez (10-4) defeated Guadalupe “Puca” Ramirez” (6-7) in a women's light flyweight bout. source: wbc.


 
MARCH 01, 2015 


CHARLES MARTIN EXTENDS UNBEATEN STREAK

Charles Martin KO10 Raphael Zumbano Love... In Arizona, American heavyweight Charles Martin was extended past the sixth round for the first time in his career, but had enough energy left to knock out Brazil's Raphael Zumbano Love in the tenth round. Martin, now 20-0-1 with 18 KOs, gave Love a bad beating and then dialed his efforts up a notch in the final round. Love falls to 35-10-1. source: iron boy 19 live stream

 
MARCH 01, 2015 


EUBANK JR. PICKS UP BIG WIN

Chris Eubank, Jr. TKO12 Dmitry Chudinov...  In London, Russian middleweight Dmitry Chudinov learned that sometimes you have to be careful about what you ask for. Fighting England's Chris Eubank, Jr., Chudinov demanded a last-minute replacement referee so that the third man in the ring would not be from the same country as Eubank. Chudinov got a replacement, but the new referee stood by and watched Chudinov get pummeled by Eubank round after round. The fight was finally stopped in the twelfth round with Chudinov far behind on points and cut over his eye. It was a huge win for Eubank: he picked up the WBA interim middleweight title and bounced back from his first pro loss, a November split decision loss to Billy Joe Saunders for the European championship. Eubank, the son of a former WBO super middleweight champion, improves to 19-1 while Chudinov falls to14-1-2.  source: london daily mail

 
MARCH 01, 2015 


TYSON FURY HAMMERS CHRISTIAN HAMMER

Tyson Fury TKO8 Christian Hammer... In London, heavyweight contender Tyson Fury improved to 24-0 when Christian Hammer's corner stopped the fight after eight rounds. The 6'9" Fury knocked down Hammer once during the fight. Afterwards, Fury pronounced himself ready to challenge Wladimir Klitschko for the world heavyweight championship. Hammer, originally from Romania, falls to 17-4. source: bbc

 
MARCH 01, 2015 
 HUGO RUIZ REMAINS WITH SAMPSON BOXING AND OSWALDO KUCHLE

Press Release: 
Sampson Lewkowicz of Sampson Boxing and Oswaldo Kuchle of Promociones Del Pueblo have announced the renewal of super bantamweight Hugo "Cuatito" Ruiz (35-2, 31 KOs) to a co-promotional contract. From 
of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico's, the 
28-year-old Ruiz, trained by his father, Heriberto Ruiz and twin brothers, Edel and Heriberto Jr (both former high-level fighters), was last seen demolishing Mexican veteran Carlos Medellin in one round last November. 
Ruiz' only loss in the last eight years was a split decision to Japan's Koki Kameda in a WBA title fight in Osaka, Japan, in December 2012. 


 
FEBRUARY 28, 2015 
 OSCAR DIAZ 1982-2015
By Christian Schmidt

Texas welterweight gave boxing everything he had to give

Sad news to report out of San Antonio as we inform you that former welterweight contender Oscar Diaz passed away this week.  Diaz had a professional career that spanned eight years. He racked up an impressive record of 26-3 with 12 KOs. Diaz was discovered in his amateur days by boxing Hall of Fame trainer Lou Duva.  Duva often spent time watching Diaz train in San Antonio and also spent time with his cutman, the late Joe Souza. Diaz had several fights that landed on national television, including notable victories over Al "Speedy" Gonzales, Chris "The Mechanic" Smith, and Jesse Feliciano. During that run, he won multiple regional titles. Sadly for Diaz, he will most be remembered for his final bout, which was against Delvin Rodriguez. The fight took place on July 16th, 2008 at the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio and was broadcast on ESPN2.  



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FEBRUARY 28, 2015 


FOX DEPORTES BROADCASTS FROM CANCUN TONIGHT

Press Release: 
Two Mexican clashes are expected to produce plenty of action today, Saturday, Feb. 28th at the Oasis Arena in Cancun, as Fox Deportes airs a pair of hard-hitting matchups.  
In the main event, 
Ivan "Macanon" Cano
 battles Jhon Carlo "Sireno" Aparicio in a ten
-round lightweight clash, and in the co-feature, 
Edgar "Andres" Jimenez
 takes on Humberto "Chato" Morales in a ten-round bantamweight fight. 
The Fox Deportes broadcast begins at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT.



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FEBRUARY 28, 2015 
 ODLANIER SOLIS BUYS ONE-WAY TICKET TO PALOOKAVILLE

Tony Thompson TKO9 Odlanier Solis... In Turkey, former Cuban amateur star Odlanier Solis flushed his heavyweight career down the toilet by showing up grossly overweight for his rematch with America's Tony Thompson, and then quitting in the ninth round. Solis was getting punched around by a tired but determined Thompson and then refused to fight when the ninth round started. Solis' promoter, Ahmet Ohner, who was also working Solis' corner, berated Solis, but the Cuban refused to fight on. The 43 year-old Thompson improved to 40-5 and strengthened his credentials not only as a legitimate top 20 heavyweight but as a bona fide spoiler. Solis, a 2004 Olympic gold medalist, is now 20-3, including two straight losses to Thompson. Solis' only road back is to serve as a gatekeeper and knock off a couple of top prospects. source: youtube video

 
FEBRUARY 28, 2015 
 ARREOLA TO FIGHT TBA IN TWO WEEKS

Heavyweight Chris "The Nightmare" Arreola (35-4, 31 KOs) returns to the ring on Friday, March 13th at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Calif. [No opponent has been named with the fight just two weeks away, indicating it will likely be a lay-up for Arreola]. The card features Andre Berto against Josesito Lopez and Shawn Porter battling Roberto Garcia on the debut of PBC on Spike TV. Born in Escondido, Calif. but fighting out of Los Angeles, Arreola was a 2001 National Golden Gloves champion who turned pro in 2003 and slowly began his rise up the heavyweight rankings. In 2009, Arreola unsuccessfully challenged Vitali Klitschko for the WBC heavyweight world title. After dropping a tough decision to Tomasz Adamek in 2010, Arreola pushed his way back with six-straight victories before he got a chance against Bermane Stiverne in 2013. In their first fight, Arreola lost a unanimous decision but earned himself another fight against Stiverne, this time for the heavyweight world championship. In an action-packed fight, Arreola was stopped in the sixth-round. Arreola is now 33.


 
FEBRUARY 28, 2015 


TYSON FURY IN ACTION TODAY

At London's O2 Arena today, heavyweight contender Tyson Fury puts his 23-0 record on the line against Christian Hammer (17-3). Hammer, a Romanian fightingout of Germany, has strung together several solid wins in  a row. On the same card, popular Chris Eubank, Jr. is hoping to rebound from his first career loss, a split decision to Billy Joe Saunders. However, Eubank (18-1) will be in very tough,  challenging WBA interim middleweight titlist Dmitry Chudinov (14-0-2). source: box nation press release

 
FEBRUARY 28, 2015 
 ANNE SOPHIE MATHIS HELD TO A DRAW BY OXANDIA CASTILLO

Anne Sophie Mathis D10 Oxandia Castillo... Fighting in Sarcelles, France, female junior middleweight Anne Sophie Mathis was surprisingly held to a split draw by Oxandia Castillo. In a fast-paced fight in front of a packed arena, the 37year-oldMathis had problems with her 20-year-old Dominican challenger from the start, and even looked hurt by hard shots from Castillo several times in the first three rounds. But Mathis, a three-weight titlist, found her rhythm from round four on, and connected with well-placed body punches, as well as her jab and straight right hand. After a ten round battle, the official scorecards had 95-95, 96-94 for Mathis and 96-94 for Castillo.Mathis is now 27-3-1 in a career that started in 1995, while Castillo, a pro for only three years, travels home to Santo Domingo at 13-2-3.  (10). A rematch seems proper. source: wbf press release


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