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Ryan Doyle Vs Ian Bailey Ringside Report

By Jane Warburton September 28th, 2014 All Ringside Boxing

Ryan Doyle vs Ian Bailey Ryan Doyle Vs Ian Bailey Ringside Report
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At Liverpool Olympia last night, Ian Bailey of Slough won the vacant International Masters Gold Super-Featherweight Title by stopping home favourite – Ryan Doyle of Gorton in the tenth and final round.

A thrilling contest saw Doyle sustain a nasty cut to the right eye in the fifth round from a clash of heads. He was stopped by Referee Phil Edwards midway through the tenth when he was seen to be taking too many shots.

The Steve Wood – VIP Boxing Promotions show featured ten undercard bouts and music from ‘The Beatles’ played throughout the evening to an enthusiastic crowd.

Undercard Results:

Ian Halsall (St.Helens) v Francis Croes (Middlesbrough)
6 x 2 Super-Flyweight Contest

Halsall wins on points 60-54 More...


World Weekend Boxing Roundup: Abraham, Drozd Win

By Wellington Amadulu September 28th, 2014 All Boxing Results

There were a handful of interesting contests that occurred over the weekend so let's get started with the biggest name that saw action, Arthur Abraham.

The WBO super middle weight king was surprised by a strong second half rally from two-time British titlist Paul Smith at Sparkassen Arena in Kiel, Germany on Saturday.

Former IBF middleweight champ Abraham, 41-4 (28), making the second defense of his crown, started slow behind a trademark high guard but by the middle rounds had cut the distance Smith sought to maintain and was working well on the inside.

But by the seventh round, Smith, 35-4 (20), engaging in his first world title contest, threw caution to the wind and scored well with snappy combinations punctuated by body shots that sapped the champion's energy.

By the championship rounds, Smith was in control until Abraham got his second wind in the eleventh before the pair went at it heartily in the final frame.

After a very close contest, the wide score cards of 117-111, 117-111 and 119-109 all in favor of Abraham drew wide criticism. More...


Big Mouth Strikes Again: Liebenberg Targets Alvarez

By Boxing Press September 28th, 2014 All Press Releases

By his own admission, unbeaten light-heavyweight Ryno “The Lion” Liebenberg has a big mouth.

The WBC #4, IBF #8 and WBO #15 says that the difference between him and many other fighters is that he backs up his boasts with his boxing. More...


IBF Champ Barthelemy Wraps Up Training Camp With Sparring

By Boxing Press September 28th, 2014 All Press Releases

Rances Barthelemy IBF Champ Barthelemy Wraps Up Training Camp With Sparring

With one week to go until his first defense of his IBF Super Featherweight title, Champion Rances "Kid Blast" Barthelemy (20-0, 12 KOs) wraps up his final day of training camp with an intense day of sparring.

Barthelemy will face challenger Fernando David Saucedo (52-2, 8 KOs) in a 12-round bout at the Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, Connecticut. The fight will be televised live on Showtime at 9 p.m. ET/PT as the main-event on Oct, 4, 2014. More...


Showtime Special Edition Quadrupleheader October 4

By Showtime Boxing September 28th, 2014 All Press Releases

Undefeated Rances "Kid Blast" Barthelemy (20-0-0, 12 KOs), of Las Vegas by way of Cuba, will defend his IBF junior lightweight title against former world title challenger and IBF No. 3-ranked challenger Fernando David "El Vasco" Saucedo (52-5-3, 8, KOs), of Florencio Varela, Argentina, in the main event of a Showtime Boxing Special Edition quadrupleheader on Saturday, Oct. 4, live on Showtime at 9 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast, from the Fox Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino, in Mashantucket, Conn.

In other 10-round fights on a four-fight telecast: Willie "The Great" Nelson (23-1-1, 13 KOs), of Cleveland, Ohio, will be opposed by Vanes "The Nightmare" Martirosyan (34-1-1, 21 KOs), of Glendale, Calif. by way of Armenia, in a collision of once-beaten junior middleweights, former light heavyweight world champion "Bad" Chad Dawson (32-3, 18 KOs), of Las Vegas by way of New Haven, Conn., fights for the first time in his home state in five years when he goes up against Tommy Karpency (23-4-1, 14 KOs), of Adah, Penn. More...


Can Smith Pull Off Massive Upset Of WBO Champ Abraham?

By Nick Chamberlain September 27th, 2014 All Boxing Previews

Liverpool’s Paul Smith gets his long awaited world title shot this weekend when he faces ‘King’ Arthur Abraham in Germany for the WBO Super middleweight strap.

Abraham picked up the belt off of three close fights with Robert Stieglitz, the last of which was back in March.

Besides Stieglitz, the only other fighter with serious credentials to come up against Abraham was Andre Ward, who he lost against in 2011.

Comparatively, Paul Smith has not seen any real talent in a while either…2011 funnily enough, against George Groves, who stopped him in two rounds.

Abraham was at one point in his career a feared middleweight who couldn’t be stopped and was knocking everyone out.

For a one dimensional fighter - who has a very straight forward game-plan of cover up behind guard, wait until other fighter stops punching, commence punching, rinse and repeat - it isn't bad going.

Jokes aside, Abraham can punch, his barrage of shots did fold many a fighter, but at the top level it just took a good strategy to take him over the distance and Carl Froch did exactly that in November 2010 as part of the Super Six tournament.
Incidentally the Super Six tournament was for Super Middleweights; Abraham was always strongest at Middleweight.

Before Froch, Andre Dirrell gave it a good go against Abraham, although it ended in a DQ when Abraham hit Dirrell as he slipped over and was down, Dirrell could have carried on…he saw an out and he took it. More...


Mexican Star Canelo Alvarez Leaves Showtime To Return To HBO

By Jose Espinoza September 27th, 2014 All Boxing Articles

Saul "Canelo" Alvarez announced this Tuesday that he is leaving Showtime and signed a long-term deal to return to HBO.

The details of the newly signed contract between the Golden Boy fighter and HBO sports broadcasting were not announced but Canelo made it clear that this was a long-term deal with an option for fights on the big Mexican holiday weekends, which are in May and in September.

Those dates at Showtime are reserved for Floyd Mayweather Jr., who has a monopoly on those specific dates due to his mega contract with Showtime pay-per-view.

According to Canelo, the main reason why he chose to leave Showtime was to give his Mexican fans an opportunity to see him fight on those specific days.

When asked about any conflicts with Showtime, the Mexican fighter said his goal was to fight on those dates regardless of whether or not Mayweather Jr. would be putting on a pay-per-view extravaganza at the same time.

Ken Hershman, president of HBO Sports, said that everyone at HBO is happy to have Canelo back. "We are delighted to partner with Oscar De La Hoya and Golden Boy Promotions in presenting Canelo's fight and events on our various platforms," commented Hershman on reuniting with Golden boy Promotions.

The first fight broadcast on HBO for Canelo will be on December 6 when he will face Joshua Clottey, who currently holds the WBA international light middleweight title. To be fair, a fight between Canelo and Clottey would be considered by many as a tune-up fight until HBO can showcase Canelo against Miguel Cotto.

This is an encouraging sign for HBO Sports but let's hope that this will bring forward an era of quality as opposed to quantity which is why HBO lost out fighter's in the first place.


Team Provodnikov Plan Next Move At Russian Summit Meeting

By Banner Promotions September 27th, 2014 All Press Releases

Former WBO Jr. Welterweight champion Ruslan Provodnikov was joined in his native Russia by his promoter Artie Pelullo and trainer Freddie Roach.

The three, along with manager Vadim Kornilov, are in Russia to discuss Provodnikov's next bout, which will take place in his homeland before the end of the year.

Provodnikov has made his feelings known that he wants a rematch with Chris Algieri early in 2015.


Britain’s Paul Smith Faces WBO King Arthur Abraham In Germany

By Matchroom Boxing September 27th, 2014 All Boxing News

Paul Smith believes he has the tools to take the WBO Super Middleweight title from Arthur Abraham when the pair clash for the crown in Kiel, Germany, tonight live on Sky Sports.

The Liverpool star tipped the scales at 11st 13 ½ lbs ahead of his first World title shot with Abraham weighing 12st, and Smith wants to add his names to the British and all-time greats that have landed the WBO crown. More...


It’s On: Cleverly vs. Bellew Rematch Lands In Liverpool

By Matchroom Boxing September 27th, 2014 All Boxing News

Nathan Cleverly Tony Bellew rematch Its On: Cleverly vs. Bellew Rematch Lands In Liverpool

Nathan Cleverly and Tony Bellew will clash in a blockbuster rematch at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, live on Sky Sports.

The November date for the hotly anticipated bout will be revealed ahead of a press conference next Wednesday in Liverpool, with tickets on sale from midday on Tuesday for Matchroom Boxing Fight Pass members and then on general sale the following day at midday from the Echo Arena. More...


Russian Prospect Betrebiev Steps Way Up Against Ex-Champ Cloud

By Boxing Press September 27th, 2014 All Press Releases

Two-time Russian Olympian Artur Beterbiev (5-0-0, 5 KOs) steps up in class this Saturday night (Sept. 27) as he headlines "Red Dawn" against former IBF light heavyweight champion Tavoris "Thunder" Cloud (24-2-0, 19 KOs) in the 12-round main event for the vacant NABA 175-pound title at famed Bell Centre in Montreal.

"Red Dawn" is co-promoted by Groupe Yvon Michel (GYM) and InterBox, in association with Eye of the Tiger Management (EOTTM) and the participation of Don King Productions (DKP), and co-presented by Mise-O-Jeu and Videotron. More...


Featherweight Contender Warrington Eyes European Stage And Beyond

By Matchroom Boxing September 27th, 2014 All Boxing News

Josh Warrington Featherweight Contender Warrington Eyes European Stage And Beyond

Josh Warrington is aiming for another whirlwind 12 months after winning three domestic titles in the last year and is aiming for title number four when he takes on Davide Diele for the vacant European Featherweight title at the First Direct Arena in Leeds on October 4, live on Sky Sports. More...


Dave Coldwell Statement On Curtis Woodhouse

By Coldwell Boxing September 27th, 2014 All Press Releases

Coldwell Boxing's goal when working with Curtis Woodhouse was to deliver him the British title. The crossover from footballer to boxer was one that came with several problems but ourselves and Curtis overcame them all and we achieved our mission when Curtis defeated Darren Hamilton to realise his dream. Coldwell Boxing have today released Curtis from promotional and managerial contracts. More...


Chris Algieri To Get Alma Mater Honors At Stony Brook

By Top Rank September 25th, 2014 All Press Releases

Undefeated WBO junior welterweight champion Chris Algieri may be in training camp learning how to beat Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, but this weekend it will be his alma mater that takes him to school.

Stony Brook University, where Algieri graduated with Honors in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Management, will host Chris as the Alumni Fan of the Game at Saturday's annual Wolfstock Homecoming celebration among 11,000 fans and present to him a proclamation from Suffolk County Supervisor Steven Ballone declaring September 27 to be “Chris Algieri Day.” More...


Goodwin Boxing Signs Super Middle Prospect Leon McKenzie

By Goodwin Promotions September 25th, 2014 All Boxing News

Leon McKenzie Goodwin Boxing Signs Super Middle Prospect Leon McKenzie

Steve Goodwin is delighted to announce the signing of Leon McKenzie to a management and promotional contract. The 36 year old McKenzie is unbeaten in five bouts since moving to the professional ranks in June 2013 after a successful career as a professional footballer. More...


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