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Klitschko to defend titles against Jennings Saturday in NYC!

By FightFan News Wire (21-Apr-2015)

Wladimir Klitschko defends his titles against Bryant Jennings this Saturday in New York City live on HBO at 10PM ET/PT!

IBF/WBA/WBO/IBO and “The Ring Magazine” World Heavyweight Champion, Wladimir Klitschko will defend his titles on April 25th against US fighter Bryant Jennings. The fight will take place at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City. Seven years after his first unification fight Wladimir Klitschko finally fights in the US again.

The 30 year old Bryant “By-By” Jennings from Philadelphia is 6ft 3in, and has an almost 3 inch longer reach than Wladimir Klitschko. Jennings has an outstanding record: 19 wins, 10 by KO and no defeats. In his last two fights he won against the undefeated Mike Perez and Artur Szpilka. Jennings is a former US heavyweight champion and ranked very high in all world boxing organizations.

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Canada’s Tony Luis disappointed in scoring of Mathews fight, will return to action June 26 on CBS!

By FightFan News Wire (21-Apr-2015)

Canadian lightweight Tony ‘Lightning’ Luis (19-3, 7 KOs) says he’s disappointed with the scoring of his controversial unanimous-decision loss last weekend to Derry Mathews (38-9-2, 20 KOs) for the interim WBA Lightweight title in Mathews’ hometown of Liverpool, England, but won’t let it deter him from his goals.

Despite taking the fight on three days’ notice, Luis seemed to outwork Mathews in most rounds and would probably be wearing a championship belt today, had the fight been contested on neutral ground. Unfortunately, the European judges saw it another way, scoring it 114-112 (Jean Legland, FRA), 115-112 (Dave Parris, UK) and 114-112 (Stefano Carozza, ITA), all for Mathews.

“I can’t say I feel good,” said Luis, home safely in Cornwall, Ontario. “This was my shot and I didn’t get the decision, but I know with my performance, I’ll get another one. Most of the press and the fans, especially in North America, know what’s up and saw the fight for what it really was. Derry did what he had to do to survive but not enough to win. He was cagey and made the fight look more competitive than it was, and that’s what a veteran is supposed to do.”

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Saturday Video Highlights: Matthysse-Provodnikov, Fonfara-Chavez Jr and Crawford-Dulorme!

By FightFan.com Staff (19-Apr-2015)

Video courtesy of HBO

Video courtesy of Showtime

Video courtesy of HBO

Matthysse edges Provodnikov in a bloody war!

By FightFan News Wire (18-Apr-2015)

Photo Credit: Emily Harney- Hogan Photos / GoldenBoy Promotions / BannerPromotions

Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York was treated to a historic sold out match-up between two of the most exciting gladiators in boxing as Lucas “La Maqina”" Matthysse (37-3, 34 KO’s) took a majority decision victory over “The Siberian Rocky” Ruslan Provodnikov (24-4, 17 KO’s) in a 12-round junior welterweight bout on the split-site doubleheader on HBO Boxing After Dark ®.

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Andrzej Fonfara stuns and upsets Chavez Jr. in Carson!

By Ace Freeman (18-Apr-2015)

Andrzej Fonfara TKO 9 Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.

Photos: Big Joe Miranda / BigJoesPics.com

All action Polish light heavyweight Andrzej Fonfara (27-3, 16 KOs) stunned Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (48-2-1, 32 KOs) and the local crowd at the StubHub Center in Carson, California when he beat up and stopped the Mexican star in nine rounds. Chavez was moving up two divisions for the bout and Fonfara looked bigger, stronger and harder hitting from the outset. That was the difference as he continued to pound away at Chavez who looked zapped of energy by the midway point. The ‘Son of a Legend’ showed a ton of heart to stand in there and even got up and rallied from a ninth round knock down, but he retired on his stool at the end of the stanza citing a leg injury. He looked thoroughly beaten at the time. Check out these photos from Big Joe Miranada / BigJoesPics.com!

Terence Crawford with another star-making performance dominating Thomas Dulorme to win 140-pound title!

By Ace Freeman (18-Apr-2015)

Terence Crawford TKO 6 Thomas Dulorme

Rising star Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford (26-0, 18 KOs) put on another star making performance Saturday night in Arlington, Texas where he ran top rated light welterweight contender Thomas Dulorme (22-1, 12 KOs) out of the ring via a sixth round TKO to capture the vacant WBO World super lightweight title. It is Crawford’s second world crown in as many divisions. Dulorme started fast using a piston like jab and fast hands to win a few rounds early. Crawford looked very poised and patient and for good reason. The Omaha native began coming on in the fourth and really started to find his timing. In Round 6 it was like Crawford decided to end things and he went after Dulorme. He decked his man once and never looked back scoring two more knock downs with a surgical precision to score the stoppage win. It was a statement win in the 140 pound division and another fight that shows Crawford is indeed one of the fastest rising talents in the sport.

Canada’s Tony Luis comes up short in world title bid dropping razor thin decision to Derry Mathews

By Ace Freeman (18-Apr-2015)

Derry Mathews W UD12 Tony Luis

Cornwall, Ontario’s Tony ‘Lightning’ Luis (19-3, 7 KOs) came up short in his late notice bid for the interim WBA World lightweight title when he found himself on the short end of a razor thin decision loss to England’s Derry Mathews (38-9 20 KOs) Saturday at the Echo Arena in Liverpool. Luis was the aggressor throughout and out-landed Mathews by a significant margin. Mathews’ success came from infrequent flush right hands timing Luis on the way in, but the Canadian spent the majority of the fight pressing his man to the ropes were he scored with more frequency. Mathews lost a point for holding in Round 8 and Luis was also penalized for leading with his head / forearm. The late rounds were close but Luis had a late rally to take the twelfth. Scores were read as 115-112 and 114-112(x2) for Mathews who captured the interim WBA world 135-pound title with the win. FightFan.com had the bout 114-112 for Luis.

Schiller Hyppolite decisions Ramallo, Steven Butler KO’s Santa, Hussain brother win, Theroux upset in Quebec!

By Pierre Lavoie / Way Productions (18-Apr-2015)

Photos by Pierre Lavoie / Way Productions

Way Productions Pierre Lavoie was live on location at Colisee Cardin in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec where the latest Eye of the Tiger Management card was held before a frenzied crowd of local Fight Fans Friday night. In the main event of the evening, surging Quebec super middleweight Schiller Hyppolite got some rounds in pounding out a ten round unanimous decision over Ricardo Marcelo Ramallo. In the co-main event Spaniard Ignacio Mendoza shocked local super lightweight David Theroux with a seventh round stoppage. It was the first loss of Theroux’s career. Other fighters picking up wins were fast rising junior middleweight Steven Butler who stopped Krisztian Santa in one round, Mian Hussain decked Aki Selesmaa in the first, Ayaz Hussain won a six round decision over Maurycy Gojko, Guillaume Tremblay-Coude scored a third round TKO of Rashad Jones, Will Madera blitzed Norbert Gluck in Round 1, and Mathieu Germain out-pointed Hector Osornio over four rounds. Check out these photos from ringside:


By FightFan.com Staff (17-Apr-2015)

Video courtesy of ShoSports

The fight the fans craved is finally here. Now, after years of anticipation and negotiation, the reality of Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao stepping into the ring is just over two weeks away. Fight Fans can now watch the entirety of Episode 1 of the SHOWTIME Sports® documentary series INSIDE MAYWEATHER vs. PACQUIAO above. Don’t miss the full televised episode this Saturday immediately following SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Andrzej Fonfara at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT on SHOWTIME.

Weekend Scale Watch: Matthysse-Provodnikov, Crawford-Dulorme, Chavez-Fonfara, Tony Luis!

By FightFan.com Staff (17-Apr-2015)

Photo courtesy of Golden Boy Promotions / HBO

Tony Luis on his April 18 world title shot: “People in the UK will know who I am after Saturday night!”

By Ace Freeman (17-Apr-2015)

Video courtesy of Robert Macabagdal

On Saturday, April 18, Cornwall, Ontario’s Tony ‘Lightning’ Luis (19-2, 7 KOs) will now face UK veteran Derry Matthews (37-9-2, 20 KOs) for the Interim WBA Lightweight Championship at the Echo Arena in Matthews’ hometown of Liverpool, England, as the main event of a night of boxing presented by Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions. The confident Canadian spoke to iFL TV about the big shot and how he is unfazed fighting in enemy territory.

Schiller Hyppolite, Steven Butler, David Theroux and the Hussain brothers back in action Friday in Quebec!

By Pierre Lavoie / Way Productions (17-Apr-2015)

Video courtesy of Pierre Lavoie / Way Productions

Courtesy of Pierre Lavoie and Way Productions, check out this exclusive reel from Thursday’s presser in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, where Eye of the Tiger Management is set to stage a huge card filled with rising Canadian talent on Friday night. Schiller Hyppolite, Steven Butler, David Theroux and the Hussain brothers are all set to see action among others. For more info on the full card visit boxrec.com. Ticket info is available by calling 514-632-5666.

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CBS: Hogan vs. Brunson Now for NABA-US title!

By FightFan News Wire (17-Apr-2015)

The 10-round main event for the debut of “Championship Boxing on CBS Sports Network” between Ireland’s WBA #12- and IBF #11-rated “Hurricane” Dennis Hogan and Tyrone “Young Gun” Brunson, has been upgraded to a contest for the World Boxing Association’s NABA-US Super Welterweight Championship. Presented by Greg Cohen Promotions in association with Adam Wilcock’s Fight Card Promotions and produced by David Schuster’s Winner Take All Productions, Hogan vs. Brunson will top a night of world-class boxing broadcast live on CBS Sports Network from the Grand Casino Hinckley in Hinckley, Minnesota.

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Terence Crawford vs. Thomas Dulorme Saturday on HBO!

By FightFan News Wire (17-Apr-2015)

Undefeated World Boxing Organization (WBO) lightweight champion and the Boxing Writers Association of America’s (BWAA) Fighter of the Year TERENCE “Bud” CRAWFORD (25-0, 17 KOs), from Omaha, NE, Puerto Rican buzz saw THOMAS “Thunder” DULORME (22-1, 14 KOs), the No. 2 world-rated contender and Hall of Fame promoter BOB Arum hosted a media conference call this week to discuss their upcoming rumble for the vacant WBO junior welterweight title. The Crawford-Dulorme world title fight will take place This Saturday! April 18, at College Park Center, located on the campus of the University of Texas Arlington in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The world championship fight will be televised as part of a split site doubleheader live on HBO Boxing After Dark®, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.

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Manny Pacquiao Media Day: “Floyd thinks I’m reckless? It’s why people love me… and my killer instinct is BACK!”

By Dr. Ed de la Vega DDS (16-Apr-2015)

Photos by Dr. Ed de la Vega, DDS / Philboxing.com

“This fight has been six years in the making. My killer instinct is back. Floyd thinks I’m reckless? That’s why people love me. I am exciting. [If Floyd wants to fight] that is good for me, I want action. But we also have strategies for this fight!” - Manny Pacquiao

Mayweather Media Day exclusive video & quotes: “Pacquiao is very, very reckless and every move I make is calculated!”

By FightFan News Wire (15-Apr-2015)

Video courtesy of Robert Macabagdal

This is going to be an exciting fight. Our styles are totally different. [Pacquiao] is very, very reckless. Every move I make is calculated. I’m always 5-10 steps ahead of my opponent. We’ll see what happens when the fight starts. But when all is said and done I’m going to be the winner.”  - Floyd Mayweather

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