PUERTO RICO (December 19, 2014) – Since coming home to Puerto Rico after his spirited HBO Boxing After Dark victory against Hank Lundy, world title contender Thomas Dulorme (22-1, 14 KO’s), has been very active in his community, participating in charity events with the World Boxing Organization (WBO). On this afternoon, the NABF Jr. Welterweight champion made his own charity event dedicated to the Community institution of “La Perla de Gran Precio”, a needy neighborhood in the barrio of Obrero, Santurce. Continue reading
Anchored by a knockdown in the opening round Saturday, Thomas Dulorme retained his North American Boxing Federation (NABF) light welterweight title and captured the vacant North American Boxing Association (NABA) crown with a 96-93, 93-96, 97-92 split decision win over Hank Lundy at the Barclays Center.
The 10-round bout, promoted by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Gary Shaw Productions and CES Boxing, aired live on HBO’s Boxing After Dark. Continue reading
Gary Shaw Productions top rated contender Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KOs, and his opponent Hank Lundy (25-3-1, 12 KOs) both made weight for their upcoming bout taking place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, where the two combatants will fight each other as part of a special triple-header edition of HBO BOXING AFTER DARK®. The 10-round bout will go down this Saturday, December 6, 2014 headlined by Lemieux vs. Rosado.
“There is a lot riding on this bout as my promoter Gary Shaw has made this fight for the NABF and NABA championships” said Dulorme. “I’m fully prepared to give the fans a great fight and bring home a victory to my people in Puerto Rico.” Continue reading
BROOKLYN (Dec. 4th, 2014) — Under the watchful eye of the media capital of the world, Brooklyn, N.Y., the heart of the Big Apple, Philadelphia’s “Hammerin'” Hank Lundy drew inspiration from his hometown as he offered one final warning Thursday to Thomas Dulorme in advance of their highly-anticipated junior welterweight bout Saturday at the Barclays Center. Continue reading
Gary Shaw Productions Puerto Rican sensation, Jr. Welterweight contender, Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KOs, arrived with his team in New York for his upcoming fight with Hank Lundy (25-3-1, 12 KOs). The 10-round bout will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York as part of a special triple-header edition of HBO BOXING AFTER DARK® on Saturday, December 6, 2014 headlined by Lemieux vs. Rosado. Continue reading
Gary Shaw Productions Jr. Welterweight contender, Puerto Rico’s Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KOs), has arrived in Oxnard, California to train with boxing coach Robert Garcia. Dulorme will battle Philadelphia native Hank Lundy (25-3-1, 12 KOs) on a special triple-header edition of HBO BOXING AFTER DARK® on Saturday, December 6, 2014 headlined by Lemieux vs. Rosado. Continue reading
Gary Shaw Productions world title contender, Puerto Rican star Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KO’s), is available to face current WBO welterweight champion, Manny Pacquiao in November, as it seems that Chris Algieri, current WBO junior welterweight champion, may not fight Pacquiao because of money issues.
“I’m available and willing to fight the best,” said Thomas Dulorme, who currently at 140 pounds is ranked #2 by the World Boxing Association (WBA), #3 by the World Boxing Council (WBC), #4 by the International Boxing Federation (IBF), and #8 in the World Boxing Organization (WBO). “Manny Pacquiao may still be looking for a opponent in November, and if that’s the case, I’m ready. I was supposed to fight Ruslan Provodnikov but I was rejected by his team, and they instead accepted the Algieri bout. I will keep training hard in Oxnard with my trainer Robert Garcia, who believes in my talent, and we’re hoping for a great opportunity to show the boxing world what I’m made of.” Continue reading
June 16, 2014 – After Chris Algieri (20-0, 8 KO’s) dethroned Ruslan Provodnikov (23-3, 16 KO’s) to capture the WBO 140-pound title this past Saturday night on HBO, Gary Shaw Productions Puerto Rican contender, Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KO’s), gave a statement on the matter.
“From the beginning, I have always said that Ruslan Provodnikov is not ‘Superman’. Many people were selling him as something out of this world, and I really wanted to fight him on this same date, but they did not want it. We knew that the throne of Ruslan would not last long, and one of the reasons is his style. Lots of people said that I was crazy for wanting to fight him, but now I just have to congratulate Chris Algieri for his great performance”, said Thomas Dulorme, who currently at 140 pounds is ranked #2 by the World Boxing Association (WBA), #3 by the World Boxing Council (WBC), #4 by the International Boxing Federation (IBF), and #8 in the World Boxing Organization (WBO).
“I want to fight the best fighters available in my division, and Algieri is one of them” said Dulorme, who is trained by renowned trainer, Robert Garcia in Oxnard, California. “A fight with Algieri would be something I would welcome very much.”
In his last bout, Dulorme captured the NABF Junior Welterweight title, when defeated former undefeated Californian, Karim Mayfield (18-1-1, 11 KOs), by unanimous decision in a HBO live televised bout on March, 29 2014.
“Dulorme has always wanted to fight the top fighters in the division,” said Gary Shaw. “Algieri proved he’s an elite fighter with his recent victory against Provodnikov to capture the WBO title. I believe Algieri vs. Dulorme would be a great fight for the fans. These are the type of fights the fans want to see.”
Gary Shaw Productions welterweight contender, Puerto Rican star, Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KO), left this morning from Puerto Rico to Oxnard, California, to officially began his training camp under the tutelage of renowned trainer, Robert Garcia. Continue reading
NEW JERSEY (March 29, 2014) – Tonight in Atlantic City NJ, Gary Shaw Productions Jr. Welterweight sensation, Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KOs, captured vacant the NABF title with a 10-round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten contender Karim Mayfield (18-1-1, 10 KOs). Scorecards read 98-92, 97-94 and 96-93 all in favor for Dulorme.
From the opening round, Dulorme controlled the action with his length and kept his distance as Mayfield tried his best to take the fight inside. As the fight went into the later rounds, Dulorme continued to mount a convincing lead as he boxed his way to victory. Continue reading