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title Is Tua Next For Arreola?

Chris Arreola David TuaBy Manuel Perez: After watching #7th ranked WBC heavyweight champion Chris Arreola (24-0, 21 KOs) make easy work of unbeaten heavyweight prospect Chazz Witherspoon, stopping him in the 3rd round after the referee disqualified him due to his corner help entering the ring while Witherspoon was being given the standing eight count after being knocked down, Arreola moves on towards a possible fight with former heavyweight title challenger for later on this year.  → read full story

title Duddy vs. Howe: John Needs Badly To Impress

John DuddyBy Tony Krebs: Undefeated middleweight contender John Duddy (24-0, 17 KOs) will be hoping for a change of luck this Saturday night when he goes up against Charles Howe (17-4-2, 9 KOs) in a scheduled 10-round bout at the The Castle, in Boston, Massachusetts.  → read full story

title Chagaev Injures Foot, Postpones Bout With Valuev

Nikolai Valuev Ruslan ChagaevBy Jim Dower: For the third time since winning the WBA heavyweight title by controversial fashion with a 12-round split decision over Nikolay Valuev last April, undefeated heavyweight champion Ruslan Chagaev (24-0, 17 KOs) has been forced to cancel one of his title defenses, this time to former champion Valuev (48-1, 24 KOs), who Chagaev had been scheduled to fight next month on July 5th.  → read full story

title Is Berto Good Enough To Beat The Top Welterweights?

Andre BertoBy Sean McDaniel: In watching newly crowned WBC welterweight champion Andre Berto (22-0, 19 KOs) defeat Miguel Angel Rodriguez (29-3, 23 KOs) by a 7th round TKO last Saturday night, a fight in which Berto struggled at times, I couldn’t help but wonder how Berto, 24, would do against the other top welterweights in the division like Miguel Cotto, Antonio Margarito, Kermit Cintron, Paul Williams, Carlos Quintana and Shane Mosley.  → read full story

title Fenech Decisions Nelson

LatestBy Chris Williams: If you can’t beat someone during your youth, bring them back in their old age and make it happen.  → read full story

title Kickett Defeats St. Clair

LatestBy Chris Williams: In a battle of age vs. youth, up and coming undefeated Australian lightweight prospect William Kickett (11-0, 5 KOs) defeated former IBF super featherweight champion Gairy St.  → read full story

title Is Pavlik Too Big of a Threat for Calzaghe?

Joe CalzagheBy Eric Thomas: In yesterday’s boxing news about super middleweight/light heavyweight champion Joe Calzaghe’s (45-0, 32 KOs) ending his relationship with his famous promoter Frank Warren, we see that Calzaghe is also not interested in fighting Kelly Pavlik at all, ever.  → read full story

title Kessler Was Unimpressive Against Sartison

Mikkel KesslerBy Erik Schmidt: As a German with a little bit of Danish blood in me (1/8th on my Mother’s side), I was frankly sadly disappointed by Mikkel Kessler’s (40-1, 30 KOs) performance on Saturday night against Dimitri Sartison (22-1, 14 KOs) in their fight for the vacant WBA super middleweight title.  → read full story

title Marquez Defeats Lorenzo

LatestBy Manuel Perez: 36 year-old middleweight Raul Marquez defied time on Saturday night with an impressive 12-round over unanimous decision over Giovanni Lorenzo (26-1, 18 KOs) in an IBF Middleweight Title Eliminator at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, in Hollywood, Florida.  → read full story

title Hearns Stops Gonzalez

Ronald HearnsBy Jim Dower: After watching #12th ranked WBA/WBC light middleweight contender Ronald Hearns (19-0, 15 KOs) struggle in defeating Jose Luis Gonzalez (12-4-1, 10 KOs) on Friday night at the Royal Watler Cruise Terminal, in Georgetown, Cayman Islands, I’m frankly shocked at how Hearns can be ranked so highly.  → read full story


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