Santa Cruz to Stay at 126 & Vacate WBC 122 Strap

Leo Santa Cruz - New WBA (sup) 126 lb champion, Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17ko), has announced that he intends to vacate his WBC super bantamweight title and continue to campaign at featherweight.

New WBA (sup) 126 lb champion, Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17ko), has announced that he intends to vacate his WBC super bantamweight title and continue to campaign at featherweight.

The unbeaten Mexican, who is looked after by the elusive and influential Al Haymon, has landed in China ready to attend this years WBC convention, whereby he intends to inform them of his plans.

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Roy Jones ‘Ideal Opportunity’ for Enzo Mac says Frank Warren

Enzo Maccarinelli, Roy Jones Jr. - Whether it ends up being for the WBA (sup) 200 lb title or not, veteran British promoter Frank Warren has claimed that 46 year old Roy Jones Jr (62-8, 45ko) is the 'ideal' fight for Enzo Maccarinelli (40-7, 32ko) at this late stage of his career.

Whether it ends up being for the WBA (sup) 200 lb title or not, veteran British promoter Frank Warren has claimed that 46 year old Roy Jones Jr (62-8, 45ko) is the ‘ideal’ fight for Enzo Maccarinelli (40-7, 32ko) at this late stage of his career.

Earlier rumours about a dust-up between the American former great and the 35 year old Welshman became true last week at a public unveiling in Russia, where the bout is set to take place on Dec. 12.

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‘Maybe GGG Should Fight Canelo at 155? There’s No One Else’ says Robert Garcia

Gennady Golovkin, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez - Oxnard-based trainer, Robert Garcia, has also weighed in on the issue of Canelo Alvarez insisting any Gennady Golovkin fight must be at 155, by partly echoing the sentiments of Teddy Atlas, in that GGG may have to concede if he ultimately wants to be a PPV attraction.

Oxnard-based trainer, Robert Garcia, has also weighed in on the issue of Canelo Alvarez insisting any Gennady Golovkin fight must be at 155, by partly echoing the sentiments of Teddy Atlas, in that GGG may have to concede if he ultimately wants to be a PPV attraction.

Garcia was full of praise for the dominant WBA/IBF champion, who has been on a wrecking ball mission at middleweight, and who claims he wishes to clean house in the division before moving up for bigger fights.

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Rios: Out to Prove He’s ‘Not Done Yet’

Brandon Rios, Tim Bradley - Robert Garcia trained brawler, Brandon Rios, has warned anyone thinking he is washed up and/or doesn't have the tools to deal with WBO welterweight champion, Tim Bradley next weekend, is likely to be in for a rude awakening.

Robert Garcia trained brawler, Brandon Rios, has warned anyone thinking he is washed up and/or doesn’t have the tools to deal with WBO welterweight champion, Tim Bradley next weekend, is likely to be in for a rude awakening.

Rios challenges “Desert Storm” at the Thomas and Mack Centre in Las Vegas, live on HBO/Boxnation (UK) and claims he is itching to get back in the ring, having not boxed since January’s third fight with old rival, Mike Alvarado, whom he destroyed in 3 swift and aggressive rounds.

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Povetkin wants a Klitschko rematch, in Ukraine or even the Olympics

Alexander Povetkin, Wladimir Klitschko - For a few years now, Wladimir Klitschko (64-3-0) has been expressing great interest in participating in the next Olympic games. While there are a few roadblocks, it seems as though even a professional fighter can qualify.

For a few years now, Wladimir Klitschko (64-3-0) has been expressing great interest in participating in the next Olympic games. While there are a few roadblocks, it seems as though even a professional fighter can qualify.

In October of 2013, Wladimir Klitschko had delivered the very first loss to Alexander Povetkin(29-1-0) in Moscow, Russia. There were no excuses or hard feelings from camp Povetkin, instead stating that they appreciated the fight and have learned a lot from it.

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Fuchs and Claressa Shields Win the 2016 Olympic Team Trials for Women’s Boxing

MEMPHIS, TENN. (October 31, 2015) – In a scenic venue usually reserved the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, two female boxers won gold at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Women’s Boxing on Saturday. Flyweight Virginia Fuchs (Kemah, Texas) and middleweight Claressa Shields (Flint, Mich.) were adamant on closing the show on Saturday and the duo did just that with victories in their respective championship bouts at the Cannon Center in Memphis, Tenn. Lightweight Jajaira Gonzalez (Glendora, Calif.) pushed her weight class to a winner takes all bout on Sunday afternoon with a victory over winners bracket champion Mikaela Mayer (Los Angeles, Calif.) in the second bout of the night.

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Charlo defeats Alcine

Jermell Charlo, Joachim Alcine, Tony Harrison - (Credit: Josh Jordan/Premier Boxing Champions) HOUSTON (November 1, 2015) - The Halloween night broadcast of Premier Boxing Champions on NBCSN took Houston's NRG Arena by storm as undefeated rising star Jermell "Iron Man" Charlo (27-0, 12 KOs) dominated former world champion Joachim Alcine (35-8-2, 21 KOs) in the main event by sixth round knockout.

(Credit: Josh Jordan/Premier Boxing Champions) HOUSTON (November 1, 2015) – The Halloween night broadcast of Premier Boxing Champions on NBCSN took Houston’s NRG Arena by storm as undefeated rising star Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (27-0, 12 KOs) dominated former world champion Joachim Alcine (35-8-2, 21 KOs) in the main event by sixth round knockout.

Televised coverage kicked off with a thrilling showdown as Tony Harrison (22-1, 18 KOs) got the unanimous decision over Cecil McCalla (20-3, 7 KOs).

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