Fight of the Year: Trinidad-Mayorga.

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Compared to recent boxing years, 2004 has acquitted itself very well and with approximately five weeks left to be further embellished with more hallmark moments, I do not feel I am being too presumptuous in declaring the true candidate for fight of the year honors. It was a fiercely profound …

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Olympian Ward to Debut.

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Andre Ward, America's Olympic gold medalist from the class of 2004 has made the decision to turn his talents to the professional ranks and will make his debut in the light heavyweight division on a night that will ensure him massive exposure. Ward makes his first outing as a support …

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‘Southern Disaster’ to Strike!

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Everything was falling into place for heavyweight contender Dominick 'Southern Disaster' Guinn; he was rising through the ratings and getting heavy exposure from HBO in beating the likes of Michael Grant and Duncan Dokiwari in excellent style. Then fellow heavyweight contender Monte Barrett came along and suddenly, the gravy train …

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Sturm to Return Against Cherifi.

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Felix Sturm, the man that first gained recognition by beating Oscar de la Hoya this June everywhere except on the judges scorecards will make his second return fight since that controversial loss on the fourth of December. Sturm will fight former world champion turned European middleweight trialhorse Hassine Cherifi of …

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Dawson Headlines at Foxwoods.

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PROVIDENCE, RI (November 22, 2004) – World Boxing Council youth middleweight champion 'Bad' Chad Dawson (15-0, 10 KOs), of New Haven (CT), has a lot to be thankful for this holiday. Dawson will be featured in his first main event December 10 against former World Boxing Association champion Carl 'The …

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