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Hopkins Makes History In Beating The Younger Pascal!

By Sig Guillermo
The verdict is in as 46 year old boxing veteran and new WBC/IBO/WBC Diamond/The Ring magazine light heavyweight world titlist, Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins (52W-5L-32KO’s-2D), has just rewritten history as the oldest fighter ever to be crowned a world champion with a remarkable twelve round unanimous decision victory over the explosively-charged, Jean Pascal (26W-2L-16KO’s-1D), at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. Read more

Dawson Returns To The Ring

By Sig Guillermo
Set to spark under the Hopkins/Pascal undercard arrives the long awaited return of former WBC/IBF/IBO world light heavyweight champion Chad “Bad” Dawson (29W-1L-17KO’s), as he prepares to collide with former WBC light heavyweight titlist Adrian “The Shark” Diaconu (27W-2L-15KO’s) in a scheduled twelve round light heavyweight contest at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. Read more

Julio Takes A Lopsided UD Win Over Adjado

By Alex Damien
Espn Friday Night Fights returned to the Prudential Center, in Newark, New Jersey. What was suppose to be a strong return by Joel “Love Child” Julio 37-4 (31 KO’s) , to the welterweight divsion, ended up being a stale, 10 rd unanimous decision win over Anges Adjado. Julio would win a clear decision by using good boxing technique, and pressing the fight to Anges. Final cards read 99-91, 99-91, and 99-91, all for Julio.
Rising welterweight prospect, Sadam Ali (13-0, 7KOs), would win a unanimous decision over John Revish. Drama in the fight would include Ali knocking down Revish in the 2nd rd, and Ali himself being rocked in the 4th and 8th rd. Scorecards for Ali all read 79-72. Read more

Andre Ward Advances To The Super Six Finals With A Dominating Performance Over Arthur Abraham!

By Sig Guillermo
May 14, 2011 –The Super Six World Boxing Classic semifinals exploded with a phenomenal showing by undefeated WBA Super Middleweight titlist Andre “S.O.G.” Ward (24W-0-13KO’s), as he went on to eliminate the once favored former world champion, Arthur “The King” Abraham (32W-3L-26KO’s) throughout a heated twelve round unanimous decision at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. Within the first three rounds, the momentum would swing in either fighter’s direction. Abraham had begun with a new found gusto that surprised most skeptics since he’s most known for starting slow. He had his share of moments Read more

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