Full card set for LGM Promotions card at the Jersey City Armory

Jersey City, NJ (March 12, 2015)-The full card has been set for the inaugural card promoted by Nick Jayme’s LGM Promotions that will take place this Saturday night at the Jersey City Armory.

The card will have something for everyone as fighters from Ireland, Puerto Rico and China will make up an international lineup. Additionally, there will be two of Jersey City’s own in separate bouts.


Thomas LaManna; undefeated but looking for respect in Sho Box bout against Douglas

Millville, New Jersey (March 10, 2015)–On Friday night, March 13 at the Space in Westbury, N.Y., undefeated middleweight Thomas “Cornflake” LaManna (16-0, 7 KO’s) will step up in class and try to silence any critics when he takes on fellow undefeated Middleweight Antoine “Action” Douglas (16-0-1, 10 KO’s). The quadrupleheader ShoBox: The New Generation will be televised live on SHOWTIME at 10 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).


Jason Sosa looks for 10th straight win and 9th straight KO Tonight against Bergman Aguilar

Philadelphia (March 6, 2015 ) – Tonight!!! at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, streaking Jr. Lightweight Jason Sosa (13-1-3, 9 KO’s) returns to the ring when he takes on Bergman Aguilar (12-1-1, 4 KO’s) in scheduled 8-round bout.

Sosa weighed 130 lbs while Aguilar checked in at 129.5 lbs at Thursday’s weigh-in

Sosa of Camden, New Jersey has been on a roll as he has won 9 consecutive bouts of which 8 have come via knockout.


Carl Frampton destroys Chris Avalos over five rounds

Carl Frampton made the first defense of the IBF Super Bantamweight title with a 5th round stoppage over American mandatory challenger Chris Avalos in front of a sold out crowd of nearly 10,000 at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The championship bout was televised on AWE-A Wealth of Entertatinment.

After a clinch in round two, Frampton drilled Avalos with a left hook while Avalos thought there was a time out. That shot split Avlaos’ lip. Frampton continued to land hard one-two combinations. Frampton showed some battle scars as he started to develop a a mouse around the right eye.


Frampton vs Avalos Weigh-In Video

Carl Frampton weighed in at 122 lbs., and Avalos weighed 121.9 lbs.

This Saturday afternoon, February 28, Carl Frampton (19-0, 13 KO’s) will make the 1st defense of the IBF Super Bantamweight title when he takes on mandatory challenger Chris Avalos (25-2, 19 KO’s) in a bout that can be seen live and exclusively in the United States on AWE–A Wealth of Entertainment.

The show begins on AWE at 3:00 PM ET / 12:00 PT The card will originate from the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland and is promoted by Cyclone Promotions


Boxing manager A.J. Galante opens up boxing gym in Danbury, Connecticut

Danbury, CT (January 24, 2015)- Professional Boxing manager A.J. Galante and former heavyweight contender Fernely Feliz are proud to announce that the Grand Opening of their new boxing gym, Champs Boxing Club & Fitness will take place on Saturday February 28. Feliz, who moved to Danbury as a child from the Dominican Republic, has the distinction of being Danbury, CT’s first professional boxer. As a heavyweight, he compiled a record of 23-9 in a career that spanned 15 years.


Introducing undefeated Jr. Welterweight Christian Molina

Allentown, PA (February 17, 2015)–Christian Molina did not have much of an amateur background but he has been a quick study and has become one of the top prospects in the Lehigh Valley.

This Saturday he will look to go to 4-0 when he takes on pro debuting Stacey Anderson in a 4-round Jr. Welterweight bout at the Econo Lodge in Allentown, PA and is promoted by King’s Promotions.

In the main event, Frank De Alba will take on an opponent to be named in a 8-round Jr. Lightweight bout.


Boxcino Jr. Middleweight tournament Recap

UNCASVILLE, CONN (February 15, 2015) –Brandon Adams, Vito Gasparyan, John Thompson and Stanyslav Skorokhod all won their quarterfinal match-ups at the Mohegan Sun and advanced to the semi-final round of the Boxcino 2015 jr. middleweight tournament.

All Boxcino bouts were scheduled for 6-rounds.