Kauffman defeats Mendoza; Chambers destroys Brown

By Tim Fletcher: Heavyweight Travis Kauffman (30-1, 24 KOs) stopped 39-year-old journeyman Epifanio Mendoza (41-22-1, 35 KOs) by a 2nd round knockout on Friday night at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. The fight was stopped in the 2nd round after Kauffman dropped Mendoza with a hard left-right to the midsection that put him down.

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Eddie Chambers gearing up for title run

Atlantic City, NJ (September 16, 2015)– This Friday night at the Claridge in Atlantic City, former world Heavyweight title challenger, Eddie Chambers will be fighting as a Heavyweight in the United States for the first time in over three years when he takes on Galen Brown in the 8-round co-feature on a card promoted by King’s Promotions.

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Eddie Chambers makes his U.S. return against Galen Brown

On Friday night, September 18, 2015, professional heavyweight boxer, “Fast” Eddie Chambers (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania/pro record: 42-4-0, with 22 KOs), returns to the ring against Galen “Bad Boy” Brown (St. Josephs, Missouri/pro record: 41-31-1, with 25 KOs) in an 8 round fight at the Claridge Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In the main event, Travis Kauffman will face Epifanio Mendoza. Chambers’ fight card on September 18 is titled, “Rumble at the Claridge,” and is promoted by King’s Promotions.

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Eddie Chambers vs. Alexander Ustinov possible for February 28th at O2 Arena, London, UK

By Scott Gilfoid: Former world title challenger Eddie Chambers (40-4, 22 KOs) says he could be facing 38-year-old Alexander Ustinov (30-1, 21 KOs) on the undercard of the Tyson Fury vs. Christian Hammer card on February 28th at the O2 Arena in London, UK. If the 32-year-old Chambers winds up getting the fight against Ustinov, he’d be taking the guy that Fury skipped out on last year when he was supposed to fight an in shape Ustinov.

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Eddie Chambers: I could beat Joshua with one arm behind my back

joshua536By Scott Gilfoid: Former world heavyweight title challenger Eddie Chambers (41-4, 22 KOs) says he’s confident that he’d beat the 6’6” British heavyweight Anthony Joshua (10-0, 10 KOs) if he agreed to fight him. Chambers, who has previously fought heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, says he’d wrap one of his arms behind his back and still beat the British heavyweight.

While the 6’1” Chambers would be giving up a considerable amount of size and reach against the 6’6” Joshua, you can’t rule out a knockout win for Chambers because he’s got a little pop in his punches.

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Ringside report: Eddie Chambers in action

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By Ian Aldous: This past Saturday night, another quality night of British boxing took centre stage at the ornate and beautiful setting of Leeds Town Hall. The featured fights broadcast on Channel 5 in the UK were the Maxinutrition light-heavyweight tournament semi-finals, as Bob Ajisafe faced Leon Senior and Travis Dickinson took on Matty Clarkson, to determine the names who will go head-to-head in the tournament final on September 27th. Also on the undercard, former world heavyweight title challenger, ‘Fast’ Eddie Chambers, continued his British boxing tour against Carl Baker.

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Eddie Chambers vs. Big Daddy Browne a possibility

By Scott Gilfoid: Last night former heavyweight world title challenger Eddie Chambers (39-4, 21 KO’s) stopped journeyman Carl Baker (10-8, 7 KO’s) in the 3rd round in a tuneup bout at the Town Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom. A fight between Chambers and unbeaten Lucas “Big Daddy Browne (20-0, 18 KO’s) was mentioned today to Chambers’ trainer Peter Fury, and Peter said “Eddie is up for any fight we can make.”

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Eddie Chambers 2.0

chambers23By Power VCT: Now let’s “Keep it Funky” for a moment and take a close look at the current heavy weight division. Within these current top ten rankings, something is truly missing but I suspect after 04/12/2014 that will change with the addition of “Fast” Eddie Chambers (36-4).

Eddie Chambers is now trained by Peter Fury he’s currently training in Manchester, England for his upcoming fight against Ian “Lay Em Out” Lewison (8-2-1). Switching from James Ali Bashir now over to Peter Fury as his trainer was more of a personal opportunity for Eddie and just a simple business decision for addition exposure.

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Huck taunts Eddie Chambers about his loss to Mchunu

chambers23By Scott Gilfoid: WBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck 36-2-1, 25 KO’s) was really gloating today about American Eddie Chambers’ 10 round unanimous decision loss last night against the talented South African #7 WBC cruiserweight contender Thabiso Mchunu (14-1, 10 KO’s) at the Mohegan Sun Casino, in Uncasville, Connecticut, USA.

Chambers (36-4, 18 KO’s) got pretty well schooled by a fighter that reminded me of a bigger version of Floyd Mayweather Jr. in Mchunu. Chambers came out on the losing end of the decision by the scores 97-93, 99-91 and 99-91.

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