Fury-Wilder III PPV undercard set, Ajagba-Sanchez as the co-main event

The undercard is complete for the July 24th pay per view event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas that is headlined by the third fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight championship, and it will include three more fights in the heavyweight division. In the co-main event, two contenders will put their unbeaten record on the line as Efe Ajagba … Continue reading Fury-Wilder III PPV undercard set, Ajagba-Sanchez as the co-main event

Morrell scores first round KO victory over Cazares

There are rare occasions when a pro fighter is able to hold a world title four fights in to their career, but David Morell is currently one of those fighters. On Sunday, Morell was featured as the headliner to a card against Mario Cazares who is known for getting a win over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. last year. While Cazares had an undefeated record, Morrell … Continue reading Morrell scores first round KO victory over Cazares

Julio Cesar Martinez defends title in Mexico

Julio Cesar Martinez was successful in his defense of the WBC flyweight title, as he stopped Joel Cordova in six rounds at the Dome Alcalde – CODE Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico Saturday night. Martinez (18-1 14 KOs) had a pretty rough start as Cordova was able to land counter right hands in the first couple rounds of the bout. Cordova also took punches well early on … Continue reading Julio Cesar Martinez defends title in Mexico

Lomachenko breaks down, stops Nakatani in ninth round

Coming into Saturday night, fight fans wanted to know how former champion Vasily Lomachenko would look after his loss to Teofimo Lopez last year. Many had viewed him as one of the top pound for pound fighters up to that point, and too see him suffer defeat may have raised some doubt as to if he would be able to compete at the top level … Continue reading Lomachenko breaks down, stops Nakatani in ninth round

Fury and Wilder have long face off at press conference

Earlier today in Los Angeles, the WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury came into the press conference for his third fight against Deontay Wilder in a jovial, confident demeanor as he bounced around the stage after being introduced by Showtime’s Jimmy Lennon Jr. He did get the 7th round stoppage victory over his opponent over a year ago, and he felt that it was so dominant … Continue reading Fury and Wilder have long face off at press conference

Stevenson stays unbeaten with shutout decision over Nakathila

The former WBO featherweight champion has sights on becoming a world champion in the super featherweight division, and now he is one step closer to getting that opportunity. Shakur Stevenson scored a knockdown in the fourth round en route to a unanimous decision win over Jeremiah Nakathila (120-107, 3x) to win the vacant WBO interim junior lightweight world title Saturday at The Theater at Virgin Hotels … Continue reading Stevenson stays unbeaten with shutout decision over Nakathila

Barrios: “Gervonta’s team might have bit off more than they could chew with this fight”

Last October in San Antonio, Mario Barrios had a homecoming of sorts when he beat Ryan Karl by sixth round knockout in the undercard of the Gervonta Davis vs. Leo Santa Cruz event. As a result, his name was called as the next opponent for Davis to be a part of another pay per view event which will be held in Atlanta on June 26th. … Continue reading Barrios: “Gervonta’s team might have bit off more than they could chew with this fight”

Tank Davis: “Greatness is just not going backwards”

Gervonta “Tank” Davis held his media workout at the Mayweather Boxing Gym on Wednesday to prepare for WBA super lightweight world champion Mario Barrios, and he looks to make history as the third fighter to hold world championships in three weight divisions simultaneously. Only Henry Armstrong and Canelo Alvarez were the others to accomplish that feat previously. While Davis has one of the highest knockout … Continue reading Tank Davis: “Greatness is just not going backwards”

Tank ready for his next challenge against Barrios at 140

The Baltimore native and four time world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis met face to face with his next opponent Mario Barrios in Atlanta today, and while he looks to become a champion in another division, this may end up being Tank’s biggest challenge yet. Barrios is undefeated (26-0, 17 KOs) with stoppage victories in nine of his last ten bouts. In his last outing, he … Continue reading Tank ready for his next challenge against Barrios at 140

Ruiz gets clear decision over Arreola

A moment of adversity came up for Andy Ruiz Jr. on Saturday night as Chris Arreola scored a knockdown in the second round of their fight in Dignity Health Sports Park. After a couple of rounds, Ruiz was able to get his bearings back and get the upper hand. The former unified champion won by unanimous decision with scores of 117-110 and 118-109 twice to … Continue reading Ruiz gets clear decision over Arreola