Boxing results from all major fights
On Sunday evening VaughanJK Promotions partners Stephen Vaughan and Kevin Buttieg really pulled out all the stops, with their sumptuous pre Christmas Malta Boxing Commission sanctioned, WBF Championship headed, dinner event at the luxurious Titanic Hotel in Liverpool, sponsored by Remax. Continue reading
Russia currently has an incredibly strong line-up of undefeated top Middleweights, including contenders such as Matt Korobov, Dmitry Chudinov and Arif Magomedov. Andrey Meryasev is right in the mix with those names, as he won the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) International title on Sunday December 7 in Liverpool, U.K.. Continue reading
Martin J Ward D10 Maxi Hughes – (10 x 3 – Super Featherweight British Title Eliminator)
It wasn’t just the gallant Prizefighter lightweights that York Hall was treated to this Saturday night in the hallowed ballroom in the heart of Bethnal Green. Essex based traveller and lightweight prospect Martin J Ward 10-0-1 (5KO’s) was thrust into his first bona fide test against the once beaten and very capable Yorkshireman Maxi Hughes 13-1-1 (2KO’s) a man with his own designs on progression. Continue reading
A delighted Luke Paddock claimed winning the Midlands Area Light Welterweight Title was the perfect pre Christmas gift.
The exciting Bloxwich boxer defeated fellow unbeaten fighter, Josh McLaren, at a packed Queens Theatre in Burslem, Stoke on Trent, on Saturday evening. Black Country Boxing in association with Fight Factory promoted. Continue reading
It may not be for the purists and Matchroom and Sky Sports might have bigger fish to fry going forward, but when Prizefighter delivers, it delivers in spades. Tonight was one such occasion when 8 men with nothing to lose and everything to gain stepped through the ropes to provide passion-drenched non-stop action, which brought the historic York Hall to its feet. In the process providing a timely reminder of what made Prizefighter great, knockouts, all out wars, controversial decisions aplenty, not to mention the emergence of a potential star. Continue reading
A crowd of 6,532 at Barclays Center were treated to a special performance from two warriors Saturday night as David Lemieux (33-2, 31 KOs)stopped “King” Gabriel Rosado (21-9, 13 KOs)in the 10th round of a very competitive main event on HBO Boxing After Dark.
The Montreal-native Lemieux retained his NABF Middleweight title while displaying the incredible power that has put the entire middleweight division on notice. Lemieux scored a knockdown in round three when he delivered a flurry that knocked the Philadelphia-born Rosado off-balance and put him on the canvas. 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
Deion Jumah (4-0, 2 KOs) secured his fourth professional victory tonight at the EWE Arena in Oldenburg, Germany. The British boxer, who had been out of the ring for fourteen months, returned in devastating fashion, sending his opponent Josef Krivka (6-9, 6 KOs) to the canvas on four occasions before the referee called a halt to the action in the second-round. Continue reading
Otto Wallin (9-0, 7 KOs) improved to 9-0 with a dominant display against Ivica Perkovic (20-26, 15 KOs) tonight in Oldenburg, Germany. The Swedish heavyweight proved too much for his Croatian opponent, who retired following the fourth-round of a scheduled eight. Continue reading
The fight with Bulgaria’s Kristin Dochev was nothing more than an appetizer for Ermano Fegatilli.
The bout was a coax of what was to come for him and his team. A fight for the European Super Featherweight title on the table for April 2015, Fegatilli is just keeping active rather than developing rust. Even years separated from his first EBU title reign, he’s maintained a champion’s lifestyle. Continue reading