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Mayhem in the Rock II ABA Title Eliminator to Stream Live and Free Saturday

LITTLE ROCK – March 12, 2015 – In its second ever boxing event, M&N Promotions of Little Rock, Arkansas, raises the bar and takes another step further in fulfilling its commitment to showcasing the best talent that Arkansas has to offer on a worldwide platform. This Saturday, M&N partners with JAMM 7 Multimedia, Desert Adrenaline Multimedia and the American Boxing Association to offer a high-definition, internet live stream of the professional boxing event, featuring commentary by veteran play-by-play announcer Jim Grieshaber and analysis from Hall of Fame Referee Richard Steele. Continue reading

Robert Helenius back in action on March 21

Saturday 21st of March 2015 18:00-24:00

Ticket fees: 10-90 €
Table fees: 450 € (for 4 person)

For the first time in Estonia’s history, EST Promotions and the NGO Kindel Käsi ( in cooperation with GIGA and Enterprise Estonia will bring you a professional championship match in boxing. The evening’s highlight will be the former European professional boxing champion and the world’s number five heavyweight boxer, returning from a long injury break, Robert Helenius. Continue reading

Jo Jo Dan, Andrzej Fonfara, Donovan Dennis, Lauren Murphy & Joshua Copeland on LAST CALL 3/13

Its a week of new debuts as this week the Sport Swami and Sasha Sean welcome new co-host Angelina Castro to the show to bring some more flavor and spice to the show. Plus the trio bring in five guests from the world of boxing and MMA to talk about huge news in their worlds in another two hours of boxing and MMA only on LAST CALL on Friday March 6th from 9 to 11 p.m. EST/ 6-8 p.m. PST. This week’s guests feature; Continue reading

Murphys Boxing announces The Memorial Series 2, April 10th 2015 – Danny O`Conner Headlines

After the overwhelming success of the inaugural Memorial Series, back on February 26th, Murphys Boxing is proud to announce that we will host “The Memorial Series, Part 2”. As was the case with the sold out inaugural Memorial Series, this night of boxing will be held at The Memorial Hall in Melrose. With the inaugural Memorial Series being sold out and demand for tickets reaching a fever pitch, coupled with Danny OʼConnor being the main event, The Memorial Series Part 2, looks to be a hot ticket that will sell out quickly. Continue reading

United Boxing Promotions Ushers in 2015 Fight Season with Huge Card at Mississauga’s Hershey Centre on March 28

United Boxing Promotions is proud to announce an action-packed evening of boxing for March 28 at Mississauga’s Hershey Centre. Seven bouts are scheduled, headlined by the return of undefeated featherweight Logan McGuinness (20-0-1, 9KOs) of Orangeville, Ontario, in a ten round clash with Argentina’s Luis Armando Juarez (19-8-2, 4KOs). A former North American champion, McGuinness is looking to fight his way back to a title in 2015, beginning with a win on March 28. Across the ring, the thirty-three year old Juarez will be hungry to jump start his career and make a run for the world title. Continue reading

Tupou to fight for WBO African Regional Title

Well known Australian Heavyweight boxer Bowie Tupou (24/3) has signed to fight highly rated Tanzanian Benki Mwakalebela (11/1) for the WBO African Regional title in Sydney on the 27th March 2015 with Neutral Corner Fight Promotions at Club Punchbowl.

Managers for Tupou KO Promotions have confirmed that the African title fight had been locked in after they were dodged by WBO world number 2 Andy Ruiz Jnr for a fight in Macau on the 7th March this year. Continue reading

Promoter Ahmet Öner: “Solis is done! He is a shame for Cuban boxing!”

Heavyweight veteran Tony “Tiger” Thompson kept his word by beating former Cuban amateur standout Odlanier Solis for the second time in their rematch Friday night in Antalya (Turkey). One year after winning a close split decision against “La Sombra” the 43-year-old two time world title challenger outworked Solis with his jab and forced the 2004 Olympic gold medalist to quit in the ninth round. Continue reading