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Tickets still available for Championship Title boxing May 9 at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino

DOVER, Del. (May 2, 2014) — Dover Downs Hotel & Casino with Champ’s Management host a championship boxing event on Friday, May 9, in the Rollins Center® at 7 p.m. The headline bout features featherweight Cornelius Lock (22-6-2), from Detroit, Mich. vs. William Gonzalez (26-5 with 22 KOs) from Managua, Nicaragua, for the NABA Feather Championship Title. Continue reading

Froch vs. Groves: Carl Froch Could Retire If Defeated

· Fighters both believe they’ll get the job done within twelve rounds
· Froch says retirement is ‘probable’ if he were to lose – as Groves would ‘never give me a re-match’

With under a month until the hugely anticipated re-match between IBF and WBA Super middleweight champion Carl Froch and challenger George Groves, the duo came face-to-face in front of the Facebook cameras today, and – finally – they agreed on something.

Both Froch and Groves made it clear that a points decision won’t be necessary – as both pledged to finish off the other within 12 rounds: Continue reading

Video: Amir Khan talks Luis Collazo

AMIR KHAN WANTS THE ‘BEST LUIS COLLAZO’ SO THERE IS NO EXCUSES – INTERVIEW WITH KUGAN CASSIUS

AMIR KHAN v LUIS COLLAZO – FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE – THE MOMENT (MAY 3)

‘AMIR KHAN HAS PICKED A GREAT FANS & HAS GIVEN FIGHT FANS SOME EXCITEMENT’ – SAYS LUIS COLLAZO

AMIR KHAN SENDS MESSAGE TO TRAVELLING UK & FANS BACK HOME / KHAN v COLLAZO

AMIR KHAN v LUIS COLLAZO FACE OFF @ FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE – ‘THE MOMENT’

Video: Adrien Broner talks Maidana and Molina

EVERYBODY COULDN’T WAIT FOR ADRIEN BRONER TO HAVE HIS FIRST LOSS’ – ADRIEN BRONER TALKS TO iFL TV

‘WE ARE GOING TO MAKE IT A LONG NIGHT FOR ADRIEN BRONER’ – SAYS CARLOS MOLINA

ADRIEN BRONER v CARLOS MOLINA – FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE / BRONER TRASH TALKING – ‘THE MOMENT’

ADRIEN BRONER v CARLOS MOLINA FACE OFF @ FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE – ‘THE MOMENT’

Video: Hopkins – No Mayweather/Pacquiao fight as long as Bob Arum living

FightHype Interview: “I don’t see it. Not as long as Bob Arum living. That’s just as strong as I can state it. I didn’t wish nothing on him. I just said as long as he’s living, I don’t think you’ll ever see that fight happening,” stated unified light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins, who shared his thoughts on whether or not a fight between undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather and multi-division world champion Manny Pacquiao will ever happen.

“I see a lot of difference,” stated unified light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins, who shared his thoughts on multi-division world champion Manny Pacquiao. Hopkins, who was in attendance at the final press conference for Saturday’s Mayweather vs. Maidana undercard, held court for several members of the media and he wasn’t shy about giving his opinion on the changes he’s seen in the Fighting Pride of the Philippines. Continue reading

World Class Sparring for Lee Selby in LA ahead of WBC World Title Eliminator

On May 17th British and European Champion Lee Selby will face world ranked no. 14 Romulu Koasicha for an eliminator for the WBC world title at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. The WBC International title which Lee previously won against Viorel Simion in July of last year will be up for grabs as Lee moves closer to a shot at the WBC world champion Jhonny Gonzalez. The fearsome Mexican puncher won the title in spectacular fashion last August with a one round demolition of Abner Mares. Continue reading

Video: Inside Media Day at Camp Mayweather

InThisCornerTV.com was at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas for Floyd Mayweather’s media work out as he prepares to take on Marcos Maidana. Smitty spoke with many of the people who make up “The Money Team” as well as some of the other people who are critical in promoting and delivering a Mayweather PPV. Continue reading

Ron Lipton remembers ‘Hurricane’ Carter

By Kevin Gleason, recordonline.com – Ron Lipton asked about the photo of the guy up on a wall at the famed Mooksie’s Gym in Newark, N.J. “That’s Hurricane Carter,” said Lipton’s trainer, who had also trained Carter.

“Why don’t you get him to come to the gym?” Lipton asked.

“Because he doesn’t like white guys,” the trainer said.

The trainer set up a meeting anyway. Lipton, a talented boxer with 145 amateur bouts, was young and fearless and crazy, apparently the perfect combination for middleweight title contender Rubin “Hurricane” Carter. “I hear you need to beat up another white guy,” Lipton said when Carter showed up, “and I’m here for the job.” Continue reading