Results: Antowyan Aikenshas decisions Rich Gingras

Slick-boxing Antowyan Aikenshas found a second home at Twin River Casino. The Atlantic City, N.J., won in Rhode Island for the second time this year, upending hometown favorite Rich Gingras (15-6-1) on Friday in Gingras’ first fight since 2015.

The Aikens-Gingras bout headlined a nine-fight card promoted by CES Boxing. Fresh off his win over Providence’s Vladine Biossein February, Aikens again out-boxed and out-worked his opponent, thistime dethroning Gingras in a 57-56, 58-55, 58-55 unanimous decision win.


Angel Camacho Jr. stops Gingras to capture light heavyweight title

What was billed as the Fight of the Year in the northeast way before the first bell rang lived up to the billing Friday night as undefeated Angel Camacho Jr. stopped Rich Gingras in the eighth round of their main event bout at Twin River Casino to capture the New England and Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) International Light Heavyweight Titles.


Gingras, Camacho ready for fight of their lives

LINCOLN, R.I. (Sept. 17th, 2015) — Stopping short of making a prediction, Rich Gingras offered only one promise to his opponent, Angel Camacho Jr.

“If he wants my belt, he’ll have to earn it,” said the reigning New England Light Heavyweight Champion at Thursday’s final weigh-in and press conference for “Mayhem,” presented by CES Boxing.


CES ups the ante for Gingras-Camacho title bout

LINCOLN, R.I. (Sept. 17th, 2015) — A fight that needed no boost in promotion or hype received a minor facelift Wednesday when CES Boxing announced Rich Gingras and Angel Camacho Jr. will now fight for the vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) Intercontinental Light Heavyweight Title in addition to Gingras’ New England Title Friday night at Twin River Casino.


Gingras outworks McCreedy in title bout

LINCOLN, R.I. (Sept. 12th, 2014) – Rich Gingras officially has two titles to his name. Now he wants a third.

After beating Joey McCreedy by unanimous decision in the main event Friday night at Twin River Casino, defending his New England Light Heavyweight title and capturing McCreedy’s Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) Northeast title, Gingras has his eyes set on settling the score with another popular regional foe.


Hard-hitting Gingras eyes a second title

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Sept. 10th, 2014) — Between trading punches with opponents in the ring and showing off the results of his hard work in the gym on stage, it’s been a while since Rich Gingras has taken a well-deserved break from his routine.

Twenty-two days after beating Jaime Velazquez in June for the vacant N.E. Light Heavyweight title, Gingras participated in his first bodybuilding competition, bruises and all.