Cameron Sevilla Rivera thinks he’s discovered the secret to beating Khiary Gray, and it has nothing to do with an unorthodox training routine or who’s working his corner.
The following are quotes from Monday’s pep rally / press conference at Rocky’s Food, Spirits & Music in Worcester to promote CES Boxing’s February 19th, 2016 season opener at Twin River Casino in Lincoln, R.I.
You’d expect some butterflies or perhaps just a hint of nervous energy from a 23-year-old fighter on the brink of his second championship less than two years into his professional career.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 26th, 2016) — For one night and one night only, the infamous green belt, one of boxing’s most recognized symbols of excellence, comes to Rhode Island, and it’ll either stay on the east coast or head west […]
(Photo credit Ed Mulholland (Top Rank) NEW YORK (Jan. 12th, 2016) — Brimming with confidence during Tuesday’s press conference at Madison Square Garden, Hank Lundy made it abundantly clear he’s more than just a backup plan for his upcoming opponent, […]
When it came time for undefeated junior welterweight world champion Terence Crawford to find a suitable opponent for his first title defense of 2016, only one of the so-called top 140-pounders in the world answered the challenge. Philadelphia’s “Hammerin’” Hank […]
Another CES MMA title is heading to The Buckeye State. Cincinnati’s Chris Curtis captured the CES MMA Welterweight Title Friday night at Twin River Casino in the main event of “CES MMA XXXII,” stopping defending champion Gil Freitas with a […]
When asked to step up on just two week’s notice and face reigning CES MMA Lightweight Champion Luis Felix on the nationally televised main card of “CES MMA XXXII,” Ryan Sanders didn’t even have to think twice.
Chris Curtis has had several chances at his “big break” in mixed martial arts, but something always got in the way, whether it was an untimely injury or his own stubborn insistence on upholding the tough-guy bravado often associated with […]
No one’s happier to put 2015 in the rearview mirror than Josh Diekmann.