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Kasim Ouma makes his long awaited return to the ring on Dec 11th in Allentown

On December 11th Boxing finally returns to, one of the oldest Boxing venues in the Lehigh Valley, the EconoLodge and Conference Center in Allentown, PA. The incredible night of boxing action will be broadcasting LIVE around the WORLD on!

Returning to the ring for the 1st time in over 2 years will be former Jr Middleweight Champion & Former Middleweight title challenger, Kasim Ouma (27-8-1). Continue reading

“Redemption” – Spadafora-Perez weights from Chester, West Virginia

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Weights from the Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack, and Resort in Chester,
West Virginia

Paul Spadafora 140 vs. Johan Perez 139 Continue reading

Paul Spadafora vs Johan Perez on Nov 30

Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort in association with Roy Jones Jr. Presents, Golden Boy Promotions & TNT Promotions present a special edition of “Live Championship Boxing” on Saturday November 30th, 2013 at The Harv. In the 12 Round Main Event, Paul “The Pittsburgh Kid” Spadafora faces Johan “El Terrible” Perez of Caracas, Venezuela for the WBA Interim Super Lightweight World Title. Continue reading

Hernandez-Harrison vs Lewis live on

Tonight, starting at 7:30 pm EST / 4:30 pm PST, at the Dover Downs in Dover, DE LIVE WORLDWIDE on, 19 year old Dusty Hernandez-Harrison steps in the ring for the 19th time to defend his undefeated record against Marlon Lewis (6-2-2).

The build up to this encounter started on social media, a popular way to call out potential opponents, but will end tonight in the ring LIVE on “We had fought on a card together in the past and I guess it was a fight that he always wanted. We didn’t really have Marlon on our radar but after all the stuff he said about me on social media, my Dad called our matchmaker and asked him to make the fight” explained Hernandez-Harrison.

For Lewis this is a fight he believes he can surprise a lot of people and put himself on a bigger stage. “I really see an opportunity of me getting a victory” said Lewis. With a victory tonight he also believes going on the bigger stage can and will open doors for him in boxing. “A win here could open doors for me to fight in all different places like NYC, Vegas, or LA. A victory will also give me the opportunities to fight on a bigger stage.”

Hernandez-Harrison also see benefits to this showdown. “He has a good record and he has never been stopped. I think it would be quite a feather in cap so to say if I could be the first to stop him.” Even though he would would love to be the 1st man to stop Lewis he won’t let that distract him from his gameplan. “My game plan is to feel him out in the first round and then go from there” says Hernandez-Harrison.

“I just want to put on a great performance for the fans, I never look for the knockout but if it comes that would be great. The most important thing is getting the win. I have a lot of people coming up from DC to watch the fight. Probably 300 or so. Plus all of the fans in Dover who have been so supportive of me over the past year and I just want to make sure they leave happy. Without my fans I wouldn’t be where I am today” further elaborated Hernandez-Harrison.

Lewis balked at Hernandez-Harrison having a hometown esque advantage. “That doesn’t bother me at all” said Lewis. Lewis feels he can take advantage of some flaws he has seen watching tape of Hernandez-Harrison. “He holds his hands down a lot and he has trouble cutting of the ring.” Lewis also feel he can combat some of the thing Hernandez-Harrison excels at. “He is a great counter puncher but I have ways around that by consistently working the jab.

For those unfamiliar with Lewis he explains what to expect from him tonight. “They can expect a lot of jabs, lead right hands, and defense.” He compares his jab to Jermaine Taylor, his defense to Winky Wright and his footwork to Zab Judah.

We may not know what the outcome will be until the final bell sounds, but one thing is for sure we can expect fireworks. With both men seeing tons of opportunity in their future with a win here it is safe to say they will both put their blood, sweat, and tears into their performance to ensure victory.

You can watch this exciting match up as well as Edgar Santana vs Michael Clark, Omar Douglas vs, Jean Javier Santelo, Mike Tiberi and undefeated prospects Lamont Singletary, Alex Guerrero & John Bowman in separate bout LIVE WORLDWIDE on

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Broadway Boxing TONIGHT LIVE on

Tonight at from the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn, NY LIVE WORLDWIDE on, DiBella Entertainment brings fans his latest edition of his acclaimed “Broadway Boxing” series.

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The main event is a cross town showdown when two native New York fighters battle it out in the Welterweight division. Gabriel “Tito” Bracero (22-1) will see a tough step up in competition when he faces former world title challenger Dmitriy “Star of David” Salita (35-1-1) over 10 rounds. Continue reading

Eddie Hunter vs Mike Oliver this Friday night in Chester, PA

This Friday night, Joey Eye in association with David Feldman presents another HUGE Fight Night from Harrah’s Casino in Chester, PA LIVE WORLDWIDE on!

In the Main Event of the evening, Eric “The Outlaw” Hunter (17-2) makes his return to the ring after scoring an upset over previously undefeated Jerry Belmontes (17-0). Hunter has scored 2 straight victories since dropping a controversial DQ to World Title Challenger Luis Franco (7-0). Philadelphia’s Hunter, known for never taking the easy way, will take on the very tough veteran Mike Oliver (25-5) with just 1 week notice! Continue reading

Paul Spadafora vs. Robert Frankel on Saturday, in Chester, West Virginia

CHESTER, WV (April 6, 2013)—TONIGHT!!! Live on GFL.TV, undefeated Jr. Welterweight Paul Spadafora takes on Robert Frankel for the NABF Jr. Welterweight title.

Spadafora (47-0-1, 19 KO’s) is ranked #14 by the WBC, #9 by the WBA, #8 by the IBF and #19 by the WBO, is one fight away from a major fight and has long been considered one of the best pure boxers in the sport. Continue reading