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Hamburg Hammer: King Klitschko Stops Pulev In Four

By Hermann Helmut November 17th, 2014 All Boxing Results

It was another display of dominance by Heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko last night as "Dr. Steelhammer" rubbed out the ambitions of challenger Kubrat Pulev at the O2 World Arena in Hamburg, Germany.

Pulev came into the contest perhaps in possession of the best pure boxing skills of any of Klitschko's challengers during his eight year title reign and the Bulgarian sought to make use of those tools by standing rather close to the champion from the first bell.

The two towering heavyweights stood in front of each other, feinting and pawing, until getting a measure of the other and then the punches began to fly. Klitschko was staggered after walking into a stiff Pulev jab, which emboldened the challenger to drive the champion across the ring.

But the confidence Pulev gained was short-lived as he himself was caught by a shot, dropped by a left hook to the temple. Pulev made it up on very shaky legs after getting floored again with a right but somehow made it through the first round.

As the bout heated up, Klitschko began to clinch whenever things moved to the inside and Pulev responded with incessant rabbit-punching, and Klitschko eventually began to retaliate with the same.

In rounds three, four and five, the skill and punching power of Klitschko put the champion in the driver's seat as Pulev began to show signs of the punishment he was absorbing, getting canvassed in the third.

Pulev managed to get in a few good shots in the fourth and fifth frames but could not disrupt the offensive rhythm of Klitschko. More...


Pedraza Wins IBF Eliminator Against Farenas In San Juan

By Gary Shaw Productions November 17th, 2014 All Press Releases

Friday night at the Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Gary Shaw Productions, DiBella Entertainment and Universal Promotions' undefeated IBO super featherweight champion, Jose "Sniper" Pedraza (19-0, 12 KOs) dazzled his hometown fans winning an astounding 12-round unanimous decision against top Philippine contender Michael Farenas (39-5-4, 31 KOs).

With the win, Pedraza moves into the mandatory position to fight IBF champion,Rances Barthelemy (21-0, 12 KOs) as this fight was an IBF elimination bout.

Pedraza got into a groove in the early rounds and mounted a sustainable lead as he used his superior boxing skills to pick apart Farenas, who was coming forward. As the fight entered the middle rounds, Pedraza continued to box and use lateral movement to win rounds. More...


Can Pulev Upset 10 Year Klitschko Win Streak?

By Hermann Helmut November 15th, 2014 All Boxing Previews

Tonight brings us another Wladimir Klitschko heavyweight title defense, this time against challenger Kubrat Pulev tonight at O2 World Arena in Hamburg, Germany.

Big Wlad holds every major belt with the exception of the WBC and will be defending his IBF crown this evening as Team Pulev reportedly did not pay fees to the other organizations.

Klitschko, 62-3 (52), is riding a 10 year, 20 bout victory parade and Pulev, 20-0 (11), is a big underdog this evening in Hamburg.

The 33 year old Bulgarian challenger was facing experienced opposition by his third pro contest and has won the European and IBF International straps on the way to turning back the likes of Tony Thompson, Alexander Ustinov and Alexander Dimitrenko. More...


WBC USNBC Champ Steve Bujaj Interview

By Robert Brizel November 14th, 2014 All Boxing Interviews

Steve Bujaj WBC USNBC Champ Steve Bujaj Interview

In an exclusive interview with Saddoboxing, World Boxing Council USNBC regional cruiserweight champion Stivens ‘Steve’ Bujaj, fresh off an eight round decision win over veteran Zack Page on November 8, 2014, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan, expressed an interest in defending his title in 2015 against former world champions Glen Johnson and Roy Jones Jr. Bujaj also holds the New York State Cruiserweight title.

Also called ‘Superman’, Bujaj has a professional record of 13-0-1 with nine knockouts. Originally from Albania, Bujaj now fights out of New York City, where he won the Golden Gloves championship in the heavyweight open category in 2009 and 2010.

Bujaj is trained by Billy Jiles, best known as the trainer of such world champions as the late Hector ‘Macho’ Camacho Sr. and Paulie Malignaggi. Bujaj is managed by Don Majeski. Steve Bujaj is currently the number 27 ranked cruiserweight in the world by the World Boxing Council.

SaddoBoxing: Steve, your jaw was injured and you lost a tooth in your ten round draw with Chicago Golden Gloves champion Junior Anthony Wright for the vacant WBC International title in May 2014. When did you return to the gym?

Steve Bujaj: “I have been back in the gym for four and a half months now. I had a jaw fracture, so I had to get a titanium plate installed in my jaw so it could heal. The plate is still in there. I was cleared to fight by my doctors, and by the New York State Athletic Commission, so I’m ready to fight. More...


David Price Added To Channel 5 Televised German Fight Card

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

David Price (18-2, 15 KOs) is back in action on December 6 – live on Channel 5 at 8.30-10.30pm. The hard-hitting heavyweight will face Emilio Ezequiel Zarate (18-13-3, 9 KOs) as part of a bumper bill of international Boxing brought to you by Team Sauerland and Hennessy Sports from the EWE Arena in Oldenburg, Germany.

Price is back following a hand injury that had left him out of action since June. Now fully recovered, the former British and Commonwealth Champion is relishing a return to the ring and the opportunity to showcase his skills to an audience of millions on terrestrial television. More...


CBS Sports To Televise New Boxing Series December 13

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

Final Forum Boxing and The Gallery Studio Group, LLC, announced today that CBS Sports Network will televise its premiere "Ringside Red Carpet" Boxing series. Each two-hour live telecast will feature at least two fights.

The first event will be held on Saturday, December 13 at 8:00 PM, ET. Each title fight will be centered on a Main Event with multiple undercard bouts, and also feature live entertainment stage performances. More...


Hatton Disputes Rabchenko Loss But Admires Mundine Performance

By Hatton Promotions November 14th, 2014 All Boxing Results

Ricky Hatton has paid tribute to Anthony Mundine, but he still feels his fighter, Sergey Rabchenko, beat the Aussie veteran.

Mundine picked up the WBC Silver light-middleweight crown with a contentious split decision verdict over the Belarusian in Melbourne on Wednesday night.

It was a display that showed the 39-year-old still has a place among boxing's elite, yet the scoring raised questions as Rabchenko appeared to outwork him for much of the fight and hurt him several times in the later rounds. More...


WBA Championships Committee Denies Moreno Rematch Appeal

By World Boxing Association November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

The WBA Championships Committee denied the request for a direct rematch by Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno, after he was defeated by the Dominican Juan Carlos Payano, who is now bantamweight world champion.

Additionally, rules E.21 and E.22 of the regulation provides that the referee has the authority to stop the bout after consulting the doctor in the event of a cut or injury. More...


“Take It To The Bank” Webster Headlines Philly Fight Card

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

On Tuesday, Nov. 25, undefeated super middleweight contender Derrick “Take It to the Bank” Webster will headline the third installment of Parx Casino Tuesday Night Fights at 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia.

The 6-foot- 4 Glassboro, N.J., resident owns an impressive 17-0 record (8 knockouts) and is coming off a six-round, unanimous-decision win over Michael Gbenga on May 30. Webster’s opponent, which will mark his fourth fight in 2014, will be announced soon. More...


Ex-WBA Champ Shumenov Moves Up To Cruiserweight

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

Beibut Shumenov Ex WBA Champ Shumenov Moves Up To Cruiserweight

Former WBA Light Heavyweight title holder Beibut Shumenov (14-2, 9 KOs) returns to the ring December 13, kick-starting his new quest to become a two-division world champion, against cruiserweight Bobby Thomas Jr. (14-2, 9 KOs) in an eight-round bout on the Khan vs. Alexander card, presented by Golden Boy Promotions, at MGM Grand in Las Vegas. More...


Hernandez vs. Afolabi IBF Title Fight Aired By UK Channel 5

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

Hennessy Sports and Team Sauerland are pleased to announce that the IBF Cruiserweight Championship showdown between Yoan Pablo Hernandez (29-1, 14 KOs) and Ola Afolabi (21-3-4, 10 KOs) will be broadcast live on Channel 5 from 8.30-10.30pm.

British boxing fans will now have the chance to follow London-born Afolabi as he attempts to dethrone the Cuban cruiserweight king on Saturday, December 6 at the EWE Arena in Oldenburg, Germany. More...


Light Welter Lenny Daws Now Official Challenger For European Crown

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Boxing News

Morden's newly-crowned EU champion Lenny Daws has been made official challenger for the European (EBU) light-welterweight title and hopes to tempt the champion, Michele Di Rocco, into a rematch at some point in 2015.

Daws lost a disputed and controversial 12-round decision to Di Rocco in June 2013 and has been eager for a return ever since. Now, thanks to his mandatory position with the EBU, the exciting 35-year-old could be on track to become European champion next year.

“This is what I want and it's something I've wanted for a while now,” he said. “I'm just delighted to now be next in line for a shot at the European title. More...


Interbox Announces Big Bell Center Show December 6

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

InterBox held a press conference today in Montreal to announce that fans at the Bell Centre on December 6 will be able to watch three major fights: light heavyweights Lucian Bute (31-2, 24 KOs) vs. Roberto Bolonti (35-3, 24 KOs) and Jean Pascal (29-2-1, 17 KOs) vs. Donovan George (26-4-2, 22 KOs), as well as the NABF middleweight title fight between David Lemieux (32-2, 20 KOs) vs. Gabriel Rosado (21-8, 13 KOs) on big screens live from Brooklyn, New York.

"We have a former IBF champion in Lucian, a former WBC champion and Ring champion in Pascal and one of the most exciting middleweights in the World in David Lemieux - all on the same night," InterBox president Jean Bedard commented. "It's the type of card the fans deserve and get excited to see." More...


Contender Kal Yafai Targets 2015 As Breakout Year

By Matchroom Boxing November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

Kal Yafai says he will hunt down a World title shot next year – if he can pass his ‘first big test’ on Saturday with flying colours.

Yafai defends his IBF Inter-Continental title against former World title challenger Everth Briceno, and the Birmingham talent has set his sights on landing more major straps in 2015. More...


World Title Boxing Comes To Ontario: Kalenga vs. Daley

By Boxing Press November 14th, 2014 All Press Releases

Former Canadian college basketball player and No. 2 ranked "Dangerous" Denton Daley (12-0, 6 KOs) challenges Interim WBA cruiserweight champion Youri "El Toro" Kalenga (20-1, 13 KOs) Saturday night at Hersey Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

Kalenga vs. Daley headlines "World Championship Boxing," promoted by United Boxing Promotions (UBP), the first world title fight ever held in Mississauga, as well the first in the province of Ontario in over four years, since Mississauga-native Steve "The Canadian Kid" Molitor defeated Takalani Ndlovuin Rama by 12-round decision for the vacant IBF super bantamweight championship. More...


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