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James Toney: “I´m gonna knock his lights out”

479834_10151427814988962_1102338740_nNew boxing promoter Mick Gatto is thrilled to bring out American and Middleweight, Super Middleweight & Cruiserweight and two time Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year, James “Lights Out” Toney to Australia to fight in the main event against Australia’s undefeated Heavyweight boxing champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne in Melbourne’s Convention and Exhibition Centre on Sunday 28th April from 2pm.

“Im looking forward to coming to Australia where I’ll be fighting Lucas “The Clown” Browne where im gonna knock his lights out” says Toney.

Toney (74 – 45 by KO – 7 losses, 3 draws) has been a World Boxing Champion in the heavyweight, cruiserweight, middleweight, super cruiserweight, light heavyweight, and super middleweight divisions and is still a force to be reckoned with at 44 years of age. He will be fighting his next battle in the heavyweight division on his first ever fight in Australia. Perth’s Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne, 33, has never been beaten, having won 15 fights including 14 KO’s. Continue reading

Undefeated knockout artist, Miguel “Mikito” Soto returns this Saturday

Miguel Soto Fotos por  Argelis Cruz  Van Haeken     (2)Puerto Rican, Miguel “Mikito” Soto ( 10-0, 10 KO’s ) will be in action this Saturday, April 20 at the Manuel Iguina Coliseum in Arecibo, Puerto Rico.

Soto has been out of action since April 13, 2012, when in the main event defeated experienced Mexican, Leopoldo González by way of knockout at 2 minutes and 16 seconds of the first round in a card held Hatillo, Puerto Rico.

“Although I have not fought for a little more than a year, I’ve been working out and keeping my condition in the gym. I’m Very happy to return, because this is how I earn my living and support my family. Personal issues are over, we are here and will not stop until I reach my goal, “said “Mikito” Soto. Continue reading

Bizier will not fight Devon Alexander on May 18

MONTREAL (April 18, 2013) – Yesterday at noon, the International Boxing Federation (IBF) issued a statement about Groupe Yvon Michel (GYM)-promoted Kevin Bizier being appointed as the new mandatory challenger to IBF world welterweight champion Devon Alexander. Alexander was scheduled to face his mandatory challenger, Kell Brook, of England, May 18 in Atlantic City on Showtime, but Brook was injured during training and had to withdraw. To ensure Bizier’s presence in Atlantic City to fight Alexander, Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaeffer also contacted the president of GYM, Yvon Michel, offering a very attractive proposition. Continue reading

Wythenshawe Puncher Gets Maxwell Title Test

Big-punching Jimmy Kelly Jnr is looking to continue the impressive start to his pro career when he appears at his hometown’s Wythenshawe Forum on Friday May 10.

Undefeated in six, with four KOs, the light-middleweight will top the VIP Promotions card and fight for his first belt, the British Masters (Bronze) title, when he takes on Max Maxwell. Continue reading

Video: Robert Guerrero is Ready for Floyd Mayweather Jr. was at the IBA gym in Las Vegas and Smitty spoke with Robert Guerrero as he prepares for his May 4 bout against undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr.. The fight is available in Showtime PPV.

Chris Robinson and other boxing scribes catch up with Robert ‘The Ghost’ Guerrero during his media workout in Las Vegas, Nevada at the IBA Gym ahead of his May 4th bout with Floyd Mayweather. Guerrero speaks on his face off with Mayweather on television and speaks on what would happen if Floyd confronted him at their weigh-in. Continue reading