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BJ Flores: Time for His In-Ring Persona to Out-Shine its Commentary Counterpart

It’s been a long time coming to say the least. BJ Flores’ career, like a bottle of Royal Lochnagar, has taken twelve years to mature. On July 25th BJ will stand across the ring from Beibut Shumenov (15-2) at the MGM Grand, headlining his very own “Premier Boxing Champions” card; as opposed to his usual post of providing commentary for these events. Most fighters take to boxing color commentary after their careers are over, Flores used his burgeoning broadcasting career to help further his pugilistic dreams. Continue reading

The Pugilist KOrner: Bermane Stiverne, Robert Garcia, BJ Flores, More!

Tonight at 9PM EST/6PM PST, “Tha Sports Krib” is proud to present WBC Heavyweight title challenger Bermane Stiverne, Elite level trainer Robert Garcia, Expert trainer John “Iceman” Scully, Junior Middleweight prospect Boyd Melson, Cruiserweight contender BJ Flores, and Super Flyweight prospect Bruno Escalante on this week’s edition of “The Pugilist KOrner”!!

Pugilist KOrner listener line: 718-506-1506

Returning to “The Pugilist KOrner” will be WBC Heavyweight title challenger Bermane Stiverne (23-1-1, 20 KOs). The hard punching contender will discuss the recent news concerning is inevitable title opportunity against incumbent title holder Vitali Klitschko, and the prospect of fighting for the interim WBC title in Klitschko’s absence. Continue reading

BJ Flores drills McNnemar in 2. Wants Marco Huck; Perez narrowly beats McDowell

SPRINGFIELD, MO (October 17, 2012)–On Friday night October 6th, Number-one WBO world rated cruiserweight and NABA, NABO and WBC continental Americas champ BJ Flores (28-1-1, 18 KO’s) scored another knockout victory when he stopped once-beaten David McNemar in front of a packed house at the Shrine Mosque in Springfield Missouri.

Flores has now set his sights on highly regarded WBO champion Marco Huck of Germany Continue reading

BJ Flores stops David Mcnemar

If BJ Flores wanted to make a statement tonight…. mission accomplished. Flores showed lightning speed and explosive power in an absolute annihilation of 13-1 David Mcnemar. Flores defended his NABO belt and added the NABA belt to his collection while he seemingly hurt Mcnemar every time he touched him. There were a total of three knockdowns in the fight.

In the first round both fighters came out with Flores being the aggressor. Flores used the jab to the head and the body to set up a couple of big right hands throughout the round that visibly shook Mcnemar. Flores hand speed was very impressive and the assortment of body head attack had Mcnemar on his heels. Continue reading

BJ Flores to face David McNemar next; Vazquez Jr. vs. Oquendo on Saturday

SPRINGFIELD, MO (October 3, 2012)—Once-beaten David McNemar has stepped in for the injured Ahmed Samir and will take on world rated BJ Flores in a ten round Cruiserweight bout that will be contested for the NABA and NABO titles at the Shrine Mosque.

McNemar of Parkersburg, West Virginia has a record of 13-1 with ten knockouts, is coming off his lone defeat which was a razor thin unanimous decision to undefeated and world ranked Ryan Coyne (16-0) on June 25, 2011.

The decision was close to the point that the verdict was booed in Coyne’s hometown of St. Louis. Continue reading