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Chi Retains WBC Crown.

Injin Chin, the powerful WBC featherweight champion from Korea maintained his status as one of the featherweight divisions top names with a unanimous decision win over Tommy Browne today in Seoul. Chi was too much for the Australian challenger over the distance and the win is Chi's thirtieth against two …

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Gatti Stops Leija.

In his second defense of the WBC light welterweight championship, Arturo Gatti delighted the crowd at Bally's in Atlantic City by knocking out Jesse James Leija in the fifth round. Gatti used his skills to begin with but the Gatti of old returned before long and Leija found himself on …

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Ouma Retains Title.

IBF light middleweight champion of the world Kassim "The Dream" Ouma retained his title tonight in Atlantic City. Ouma was victorious in the all-African championship clash against Kofi Jantuah who suffered his second defeat. Jantuah started as he meant to go on by throwing his heavy artillery, but the champion …

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Morel Victorious.

Tonight in Bayamon in Puerto Rico, Eric "Little Hands of Steel" Morel defeated Juan Alfonso Keb Baas by wide margins over twelve rounds. Morel returned to Bayamon, the site of his defeat at the hands of Lorenzo Parra and the loss of his WBA flyweight championship. Morel first won the …

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Scott Beats Bostice.

In a heavyweight attraction on the undercard of tonights Gatti-Leija card in Atlantic City, contender Malik Scott moved his record to twenty-one wins without a loss when he decisioned journeyman David Bostice over eight rounds. Bostice had shared a ring with notable heavyweights such as Jeremy Williams, Lou Savarese and …

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Atlantic City Weigh-in Results.

Merely hours away from the Gatti-Leija event being televised by HBO tonight, we bring you the official weights of the main event participants and those of the chief support attraction. The main event sees Arturo Gatti put his WBC light welterweight title on the line against Jesse James Leija. Both …

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Williams Gets Lacy Fight.

Further to the exclusive interview brought to you by this site last week, Rubin "Mr. Hollywood" Williams punished Aaron Norwood for ten full rounds in taking a decision win, moving his record to twenty-six wins against one loss. The best news was yet to come for Williams though as it …

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Wongjongkam Retains title.

WBC flyweight champion Pongsaklek Wongjongkam defeated his latest challenger, Noriyuki Komatsu in Japan by a stoppage in the fifth round. The champion showed much of his impressive arsenal in making his latest defense, dropping the challenger on several occasions and cutting him with his sharp and powerful punches. Komatsu had …

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Reid TKO’s Sanchez.

Teddy "Two Gun" Reid won himself the NABF light middleweight title on Friday night in Spokane, Washington, USA. Reid toppled the challenge of Eddie Sanchez in seven rounds, decking the previously unknown Sanchez four times en route to the stoppage win. Reid's last high-profile outing was a welterweight contest in …

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Polo Pushes Harrison.

It was another Jekyll and Hyde performance from WBO featherweight champion Scott Harrison on Friday night in Scotland as he struggled to draw with challenger Victor Polo. The fight was held in Harrison's own back yard in the Braehead Arena in Glasgow, and the home fans will not have been …

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New Prospects Win.

Some of boxing's newest and most talked about prospects took some early career wins earlier this week. Heavyweight Chazz Witherspoon, cousin of former heavyweight champion "Terrible" Tim Witherspoon won his second professional fight by stopping coincidental namesake Yul Witherspoon in two rounds. Known as the "Mensa Mauler," Witherspoon is the …

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