Kevin Bizier (25-2, 17 KOs) stopped Fredrick Lawson (24-1, 20 KOs) after 10-rounds of toe-to-toe action on Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBCSN on Saturday night from Miccosukee Resort and Gaming in Miami. Lawson’s corner stopped the fight after the tenth round as Lawson indicated that his jaw may have been broken. Bizier pressured Lawson throughout the fight and hurt him with powerful right hands. In the fifth round, Bizier landed one of those powerful … Read ArticleComments Off on Kevin Bizier defeats Fredrick Lawson
Brandon Rios (33-3-1, 24 KOs) was totally outclassed tonight in losing to WBO welterweight champion Tim Bradley (33-1-1, 13 KOs) by a 9th round knockout in a one-sided mismatch between these two Top Rank promoted fighters at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rios was stopped for the first time in his 11-year pro career after getting knocked down twice in the 9th from body shots. … Read ArticleComments Off on Bradley KOs Rios; Lomachenko stops Koasicha
Swindon ace Jamie Cox smashed Ferenc Albert to make the first defence of his WBO European Super-Middleweight title and make it a hat-trick of first round knockouts.
Unbeaten Southpaw Cox destroyed Hungarian in the opening rounds, dropping him with an explosive right hook which he got up from at the count of eight from referee Mickey Vann, but was then flattened moments later with another blockbuster right hook, with Vann stopping the count after two.… Read ArticleComments Off on Jamie Cox beats Ferenc Albert, then trashes Smith & Fielding
Callum Smith looked sensational as he astounded a packed Liverpool Echo Arena tonight with a murderous one round demolition of city rival Rocky Fielding.
The raucous crowd watched on as the youngest of the Smith family reduced his previously unbeaten challenger to rumble, with a performance of such ferocity that will have the rest of the super middleweight division looking over their shoulders.… Read ArticleComments Off on Callum Smith TKOs Rocky Fielding in 1st round
India’s boxing sensation Vijender destroyed Dean Gillen inside one round with a phenomenal power-packed performance at the National Stadium in Dublin in his first ever professional fight in Ireland. Singh followed up his pro debut last month, when he smashed Sonny Whiting at the Manchester Arena, with another destructive display, but in less than half the time, as he pummelled Nottingham’s Gillen with big right hands. Gillian went down in the middle of the round, … Read ArticleComments Off on Singh crushes Gillan; Jamie Conlan stops Adrian Dimas Garzon
Ruslan Provodnikov promised to put on a show and he didn’t disappoint as he overwhelmed unbeaten Jesus Alvarez Rodriguez in four rounds at the glitzy Salle Des Etoiles in Monte Carlo on Saturday night. With HRH Prince Albert looking on, the former WBO junior-welterweight champion wasn’t unduly stretched as he hit his stride early and pounded away until the finish of their scheduled 10-round welterweight clash. The Russian was the aggressor and although his Mexican … Read ArticleComments Off on Ruslan Provodnikov defeats Jesus Alvarez Rodriguez
Puerto Rican living legend, and WBC middleweight champion, Miguel Cotto has claimed he is relaxed and happy going into his crunch clash with Canelo Alvarez later this month, and regardless of outcome, feels he has nothing left to prove in his career.
While the 34 year old Cotto has certainly achieved beyond all expectation – being the only Puerto Rican to win world titles in four weight classes, his latest comments will not inspire any … Read ArticleComments Off on Cotto: ‘I Have Nothing Left to Prove’
Brandon Rios came in slightly over and looked gaunt at yesterday’s weight-in for his welterweight showdown with WBO champion, Tim Bradley tonight in Vegas, taking the marginal extra weight off after visiting the bathroom.
Rios weighed in at 147.2 lbs, repeating problems on the scales he has had previously in his career when down at 135, notably against Richar Abril and Britain’s John Murray.… Read ArticleComments Off on Rios: I Took a Sh** and Made Weight!
Tyson Fury says that he is the shape of his life ahead of his Nov. 28, challenge to dominant heavyweight champion, Wladimir Klitschko, in Germany, posting pictures on social media from camp that are proof positive of his claims.
A trim looking Fury has spoken to Sky Sports ahead of the fight to reaffirm his seriousness about attempting to dethrone the champion, shutting down those who had questioned the 6’9″ Brit’s commitment to getting in … Read ArticleComments Off on Fury: ‘I’m In the Shape of my Life for Klitschko’
It was cold outside, the temperature dipping into the low 50s, but the elements did not affect unbeaten Antoine “Action” Douglas, however, as the talented world-ranked middleweight turned up the heat and impressively knocked out Les Sherrington in the fourth round in the main event of a ShoBox: The New Generation quadrupleheader Friday live on SHOWTIME.nDouglas (19-0-1, 13 KOs), of Burke, Va., dropped Sherrington (35-8, 19 KOs), of Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia, five times before the … Read ArticleComments Off on ShoBox Results, Quotes & Photos: Douglas Outclasses Sherrington