[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Guillermo Rigondeaux vs Joseph Agbeko, Akira Yaegashi vs Edgar Sosa, Darren Barker vs Felix Sturm, Paulie Malignaggi vs Zab Judah + more
Friday December 6
From Metro City, Northbridge, Western Australia
Chris John 48(22)-0-3 vs Simpiwe Vetyeka 25(15)-2
12 rounds WBO featherweight title WBA super world featherweight title From what I’ve last heard, this fight is in jeopardy of not happening, but let’s assume it is. Why is this fight a big deal? Well, for one Chris John is leaving his home country to fight. Two, Chris John is approaching a big number: 50 wins. Many have tried and failed trying to reach Marciano’s iconic undefeated record in boxing. Spadafora just recently failed. And three, John did not look good in his last fight and it will be interesting to see how he does. He still claims he’s on the world level, but it will take a very impressive victory to convince me.
From Coliseo Elias Chegwin, Barranquilla, Colombia
Darleys Perez 28(19)-1 vs Dunis Linan 22(16)-23-2
10 rounds Lightweight division Hey you remember Darleys Perez, right? He damn near (and to some did) beat Yurirokis Gamboa the last time he was out. Come on, remember… that’s the day Stevenson knocked out Dawson. Seriously, it was a close fight, I remember. Hey 50, you remember right? No? How come no one believes me? I remember clearly. Gamboa fought this tough dude who went down a couple of times, but it was probably from slips and balance issues. He made Gamboa reach all night and countered him pretty nice at times. Seriously guys. Oh well…
Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Akira Yaegashi 18(9)-3 vs Edgar Sosa 49(29)-7
12 rounds WBC flyweight title Lineal flyweight title Yaegashi is the flyweight who beat the flyweight. Of all fights this weekend, this might be the one I’m most excited for. Yaegashi fights in a crowd pleasing style and his fight with Toshiyuki Igarishi was a fight of the year contender. So was his fight with Kazuto Ioka. Sosa may have 7 losses, but this dude is a warrior. This fight should be a true war and I wouldn’t necessarily want to be the winner. The flyweight division has quietly become the most stacked division in boxing. There’s Juan Francisco Estrada, Giovani Segura, Milan Melindo, Giovani Segura, Juan Carlos Reveco, and of course Roman Gonzalez all waiting for a chance to fight the winner.
Naoya Inoue 4(3)-0 vs Jersen Mancio 18(9)-3-3
12 rounds Light flyweight division Naoya Inoue belongs on any top prospect list. He’s been fighting for a year and a couple of months, is 20 years old, and debuted against a guy with a 16-4-1 record. Inoue already has some better wins than some beltholders currently out there. Inoue is must watch right now, at least to say you saw him when he was barely coming up. Only Vasyl Lomachenko has had a more impressive pro debut. If Inoue continues to win, a super domestic fight could be brewing between him and Kazuto Ioka.
Ryota Murata 1(1)-0 vs Dave Peterson 13(8)-1
8 rounds Murata won the Gold medal at the 2012 London Games representing Japan. He’s signed with Top Rank and is being fast tracked toward a title. Like his countryman Naoya Inoue and promotion-mate Vasyl Lomachenko, he debuted against a very capable opponent. He stopped his man in 2 and is looking to give Peterson his second career loss. Murata has the talent to be a future player in the middleweight division.
From UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinoi
Kryzsztof Wlodarczyk 48(34)-2-1 vs Giacobbe Fragomeni 31(12)-3-2
12 rounds WBC cruiserweight title Wlodarczyk originally won the WBC cruiserweight title from Fragomeni back in 2010. This is their third match against each other. Their first was a draw and the second a TKO for Wlodarczyk. Wlodarczyk’s only real loss was to Steve Cunningham back in 2006.
Andrzej Fonfara 24(14)-2 vs Samuel Miller 26(23)-7
10 rounds Light heavyweight division
Jonathan Gonzalez 16(13)-0-1 Jaison Palomeque 14(9)-7-1
8 rounds Light middleweight division This is the Puerto Rican Jonathan Gonzalez. The one who probably burned some bridges not making weight.
From Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, Washington
J’Leon Love 15(8)-0 vs Lajuan Simon 23(12)-4-2
10 rounds Middleweight division In his last time out, Love failed to make weight and tested positive for a banned diuretic. His controversial win was changed to a no decision. Unfortunately, it should have been a loss. But now Love is returning against an opponent coming off 2 losses and he’s headlining a ShoBox card. Love is talented. He has yet to do anything truly special in any of his fights, but the dude is talented. I expect an easy victory.
Badou Jack 15(10)-0-1 vs Rogelio Medina 31(25)-4
10 rounds Super middleweight division Okay, maybe this is just going to be an episode of ShoBox where we say this is a showcase for Floyd Mayweather’s stable of fighters. Jack previously fought a close fight against solid contender Marco Antonio Periban.
Mickey Bey 18(9)-1-1 vs Carlos Cardenas 20(13)-6-1
10 rounds Super featherweight division Last time we saw Bey, he was on his way to an easy decision victory where he looked pretty good. Then he was stopped in dramatic fashion in the 12th. This could have been a title fight if he had won that night, but instead he’s on the rebound against a durable, but beatable opponent.
Luis Arias 7(3)-0 vs Cameron Allen 5(3)-13
8 rounds Super middleweight division The winner is likely to face Andre Ward.
Ashley Theophane 33(10)-6-1 vs Robert Osiobe 14(6)-7-4
8 rounds Welterweight division Just kidding. Just checking to see if you’re even reading.
Saturday December 7
From Porsche Arena, Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany
Darren Barker 26(16)-1 vs Felix Sturm 38(17)-3-2
12 rounds IBF middleweight title Originally, Felix Sturm was the IBF middleweight champion. Then Daniel Geale upset him in Australia. Then Barker beat Geale on HBO. As the new middleweight champion, here were the options for Darren Barker. A. face fellow middleweight title holder and boogeyman Gennady Golovkin. B. Face another middleweight title holder Peter Quillin. C. Call out Floyd Mayweather. Or… D. Face Felix Sturm in his home country, with the judges likely ever so biased toward him, for more money and less risk than options A or B. Barker made the right choice. Unless, Sturm is about to be reborn in the ring. We shall see. Barker is gritty and has a very solid defense.
From Echo Arena, Liverpool, Mercyside, UK
Liam Smith 15(5)-0-1 vs Mark Thompson 25(15)-3
12 rounds BBBofC British light middleweight title
Paul Butler 13(7)-0 vs Ruben Montoya 12(8)-1-1
12 rounds Super flyweight division
Joe Selkirk 11(5)-0 vs Zoltan Sera 12(8)-0
12 rounds Light middleweight division Somebody's 0 has got to go.
Stephen Ormond 15(7)-1 vs Derry Mathews 34(19)-8-2
12 rounds WBO European lightweight title Here we are again, another fight where Derry Mathews is an underdog. The thing with Mathews is that he’s dangerous at all times. He can box just well enough. He’s got just enough power. He’s an upsetter and Ormond, if he hopes to reach past the domestic level, will need to beat Mathews convincingly.
From WinStar Casino, Tackerville, Oklahoma
Daniel Diaz 20(14)-5-1 vs Robert Marroquin 23(16)-3
10 rounds Super featherweight Marroquin is the guy who famously hurt Rigondeaux multiple times in a one-sided fight.
Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez 26(20)-0 vs Don Mouton 12(10)-7-1
10 rounds Middleweight division Prospect watch! Keep your eyes on Sanchez.
Alex Saucedo 11(8)-0 vs Gilbert Venegas 12(8)-12-4
6 rounds Welterweight division Another prospect watch! I really like Saucedo. He’s still very green, so don’t expect Vasyl Lomachenko.
From Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Paulie Malignaggi 32(7)-5 vs Zab Judah 42(29)-8
12 rounds vacant NABF welterweight title This is going to be our fight of the week and moneymizzlle will be preparing a longer preview. As for my thoughts, the only real thought I had is that I'm shocked that Paulie only has 7 KO's. I could have sworn he had more. Second, I like Zab in this fight.
Devon Alexander 25(14)-1 vs Shawn Porter 22(14)-0-1
12 rounds IBF welterweight title After failing to secure fights with British welterweights Kell Brook & Amir Khan, Devon Alexander returns against up-and-coming welterweight Shawn Porter. At some point, I expect Alexander to be a major player at welterweight. He’s talented, he’s slick, he’s got good sting on his punches, and knows how to adjust his gameplan. Since losing to Timothy Bradley, Alexander has only gotten better. Alexander in this fight not only needs to win, but he needs to show some fire. He needs to show fire and get the fans to want to see him. He’s been labeled as a boring fighter and if he is to ever get a shot at Floyd Mayweather, he’ll need to be someone people want to see consistently.
Erislandy Lara 18(12)-1-2 vs Austin Trout 26(14)-1
12 rounds Vacant WBA world light middleweight title This card features 4 of the top slick southpaws in the game. 2 are in this fight. Lara and Trout are fairly similar in style. Don’t expect this to be a brawl. This will be a chess match. Both of these 2 aren’t known for having spectacular offenses. They are both exceptional at making their opponents miss. Trout is coming off a tough split decision loss to Canelo. Lara recently stopped Angulo, but tasted the canvas multiple times.
Sakio Bika 32(21)-5-2 vs Anthony Dirrell 26(22)-0
12 rounds WBC super middleweight title This title is really Andre Ward’s. Weird happenings with the WBC made it a vacant title and Sakio Bika won it… Bika is rugged. His style is hard to describe. He has been called dirty in the past. Dirrell will look to outbox him and win on the cards. Bika, despite 5 losses, has never been stopped and he’s been in with the best. If Dirrell can stop him, that would be very impressive.
From Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Guillermo Rigondeaux 12(8)-0 vs Joseph Agbeko 29(22)-4
12 rounds WBA super world super bantamweight title WBO super bantamweight title Alright, this is it. Many of you complained about the unfair treatment of Rigondeaux. That he slayed the beast they call Donaire and all he got was the runaround from HBO and the terrible promoter Bob Arum. Now he’s headlining a card in Atlantic City and his opponent is a fun one. Agbeko is a rugged guy who always fights hard. He had terrible luck in his fight with Abner Mares where Mares and referee Russell Mora defeated Agbeko by MD. I doubt Agbeko could ever outbox Rigondeaux, but what he will do it apply pressure. Now, there isn’t much to be said about Rigondeaux that could really summarize why you should watch him. How about… he’s a cross between Neo and a chessmaster. Sidenote: Who do you think wins in a tag team match, "The Marvelous Ones" Mares & Mora or Smokin Smoger & Alien Hopkins?
James Kirkland 31(27)-1 vs Glen Tapia 20(12)-0
10 rounds light middleweight division Glen Tapia was the frontrunner for me this year when it came to the prospect of the year. I’ve since taken him off the list because he’s finally made it to HBO and I think this will be his grand arrival. His opponent is tough. Kirkland, with Ann Wolfe, is one of the most dangerous fighters out there. If Tapia is as legit as I think he is, Kirkland will be upset and Tapia will fight Demetrius Andrade for a junior middleweight title next year. Style-wise, Tapia is a former amateur standout who didn’t achieve as high as his talent probably should have taken him because his style was more suited for the pros. He is a boxer-puncher who can box if he needs to, but his preferred method is to do a bit of banging. Kirkland is an aggressive dude who comes forward. This fight could have a bid for fight of the year.
Matthew Macklin 29(20)-5 vs Lamar Russ 14(7)-0
10 rounds Middleweight division Macklin returns against an unbeaten opponent in what may be a win or go home fight for the Irishman. A win could set up a huge fight with Andy Lee in Ireland on St Patricks Day. That would be awesome.
Matt Korobov 21(12)-0 vs Dereck Edwards 26(13)-2-1
In Case You Missed It (26-27 June): Full Fights, Highlights, and Requests
This week's 'In Case You Missed It' features a great card from Liverpool England as well as the entire card from the Tim Bradley vs. Jessie Vargas fight. As usual if you want to read build ups to the fights visit the sunday puncher. For a full list of results see boxrec. Enjoy!
Friday 26 June 2015 (Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel, Niagara Falls, New York, USA)
Friday 26 June 2015 (State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas, USA)
Gilberto Ramirez (31(24)-0-0) vs. Derek Edwards (27(14)-4-1) Weight: Super Middleweight Rounds: 10 Title(s): WBO International Super Middleweight title, NABF Super Middleweight title Full Fight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG6C6n1RCYg Diego Magdaleno (27(11)-1-0) vs. Jose Gonzalez (24(19)-1-0) Weight: Lightweight Rounds: 12 Title(s): Vacant WBO International Lightweight title Full Fight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnDV1tyQeOc
Friday 26 June 2015 (Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, Washington, USA) #
Rico Ramos vs Jonathan Arellano Arellano looking to intimidate Ramos as they meet in the center. Arellano looks like a man possessed, but we'll see if he still has that same fire once he gets hit for the first time. Round 1 The 2 come forward in a gigantic ring! This thing looks spacious enough for a family of 4. Ramos with a double jab. Delvin Rodriguez is on the spanish announcing team. Good for him. Arellano tries his hand at a double jab. Ramos keeping himself beyond where Arellano can reach him. Body jab by Arellano. They're both looking to land the step jab. Ramos lunges with a left and Arellano avoids and ties up. They trade lefts. The difference between these 2 and say a title fight in the same division is the speed at which the bout is occurring. They're throwing the same amount of punches, but the actual pace, the small little things that don't get noticed is drastically less and thus makes this round seem like an eternity. Arellano gets low, comes up and has his left hook blocked.
Round 2 Interesting. Joe Cortez is on the spanish studio team. Arellano looks like a little Victor Ortiz circa-Berto fight. Arellano pushing forward, backing Ramos up. Arellano trying to land an uppercut when Ramos buries his head into his chest. Left hook from Arrellano. Ramos with a nice jab and now Arellano is backing up. They brawl in the corner. Nice uppercut from Ramos. Ramos is hurt by an uppercut from Arellano. The referee parts them after some nice activity in the corner. Arellano throwing hard shots now. Ramos counters with a couple of hard hooks. Good round for both.
Arellano 10-9, 19-19
Round 3 Ramos trying to establish his jab to the body. Sloppy straight right from Arellano is countered by a nice left hook. Arellano lands a left hook, ducks the return left from Ramos. Arellano needs to start feinting Ramos. Ramos is avoiding most of his attacks by simply bending forward. Nice lead right hand by Ramos catches Arellano by surprise. Ramos with the jab, Arellano rushes forward. Bell sounds.
Ramos 10-9, 29-28
Round 4 Ramos jabbing, landing, but there isn't too much behind the jab. Nice hard right hand from Ramos. Good counter from Arellano. Ramos with an uppercut. Arellano digs a couple of body shots. And another vicious left hook to the bodey. Ramos is throwing hard punches. Devastating left hook from Ramos drops Arellano!!!!!!!!! What a shot!!!!!!!! Arellano is up and he doesn't look hurt. Ramos just stood there and stared at him in the center of the ring. What a beautiful punch. I didn't know Ramos had it in him. Good jab from Ramos. The pace is definitely picking up. Uppercut from Ramos. Left to the body by Ramos. Arellano holding his gloves noticeably higher at times. Lunging left hook by Ramos catches Arellano by suprirse and down goes Arellano!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He rises at 9 and is ready to go but the round ends. Wow!
Ramos 10-7, 39-35
Round 5 Nice straight right from Ramos. Arellano holding those gloves high. Ramos misses the left hook. Arellano misses the jab to the body, Ramos counters with a proper jab to the body. Arellano still looks game, but he's falling apart I believe. Ramos doing a nice job with the footwork. He's got Arellano hurt again. I think it was a jab this time. Left uppercut by Ramos. Arellano's legs don't look completely there. Ramos eats a good right uppercut. Another left hook just like the other 2 and down goes Arellano. He just can't see that left hook. His corner needs to make a decision here. Give him some good advice or stop the fight.
Ramos 10-8, 49-43
Round 6 Arellano looking to cut off the ring and perhaps mount some sort of offense. He counters a jab with a beautiful left hook and Ramos stumbles. Maybe due to tripping, but Arellano's got some momentum here. Ramos positioning himself inside, not letting Arellano get any leverage behind his punches. Arellano is noticeably slower now. Ramos side-stepping along the ropes. Maybe just trying to get his energy back up. Right uppercut from Ramos followed by a left hook. A nice combination and a 1-2 lands for Ramos. Arellano timing him, lands a right, a left. Ramos letting Arellano back in here. A tough round to score.
Arellano 10-9, 58-53
Round 7 Arellano looks like he senses the urgency here. He's still trying to win, he just partially lands a straight right hand. A lot of guys will go into this mode where they just want to survive the fight, but Arellano still thinks he's got a chance. He must have seen something that has given him hope, either in videos or during the fight. Arellano tries a lead left hook, he leads off now with a straight right. Ramos double jabs, both find the mark. Arellano ducks the lunging left hook that put him down 3 times earlier. That's a good sign if Arellano is to survive this fight on his feet, if not make a big come back. Body shots from Ramos. He digs about 5 downstairs. Uppercut from Ramos. Arellano backs him into the corner, Body shots. Hooks upstairs. An uppercut. Another right hook, Ramos counters back and they're split by the referee. Arellano doing good work here.
Arellano 10-9, 67-63
Round 8 Arellano lands a left hook. My scorecard matches that of Delvin Rodriguez up to this point. Left uppercut by Ramos. They trade uppercuts. Uppercuts by Ramos. Ramos might be trying to win this round and not just be in prevent mode. Good left hook counter by Ramos as Arellano reached with a straight right. Very ugly clinching and wrestling inside. They trade hard left hooks. Hard body shots by Arellano. A close round.
Ramos 10-9, 77-72
Round 9 Right by Arellano. Arellano looks absolutely focused, except Ramos just jabbed him, but he does look focused like he's trying to win this fight. The problem is he's not active enough. Delvin gave Arellano the last round. Good left to the body by Ramos. Hard right by Ramos. Hard right by Ramos suprises Arellano. Good body shots by Arellano.
Ramos 10-9, 87-81
Round 10 Final round. I have this fight a done deal for Ramos. Ramos is playing to the crowd, he pops Arellano's head back with a jab. He's bouncing side to side. Lands another jab. Arellano is not throwing any punches. Nice hard body shots by Arellano. Ramos with a jab, then a 1-2, now a jab. Arellano giving this fight away by not trying to knock this guy out. Arellano drops his hands and stands there, Ramos does the same and waves to the crowd. Arellano looks like he's given up. He can't trap Ramos or mount any offense because Ramos is smothering him when he comes inside. Ramos now smiling at him. Arellano misses a right hand. They're trading at the bell, Arellano still doesn't get the better of it. Ramos eats a big left after the bell and he rushes forward to give Arellano a hug, and probably to tell him he's a tough mother.
Ramos 10-9, 97-90
OFFICIAL RULING: Rico Ramos by Unanimous Decision (98-88, 98-89, 98-89) Noir Scorecard
Thomas Williams vs Cornelius White Round 1 They both come out and they're looking for their jabs. White lands a good straight right, White drills him with a hard straight left and down goes White!!!!!!!! 1-2 from Williams. Good left to the body by Williams. White returns the favor. A good left hook by Williams. Williams has heavy hands. Everytime he lands, White is moved left and right. Another body shot by Williams. White is going to be knocked out and quickly. Oh my god! Down goes Williams!!!!!!!!!!! Counter left hook as Williams was coming forward!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Williams is up and here we go. They trade lefts. Williams hurts White again with a right and a short left hook drops White!!!!!!!!!!!!! White is up but his legs aren't there. White is back up. He isn't there though, the referee looks at him, he's gonna let it continue. Williams rushes forward! Williams trying to finish the show! White is helpless in the corner! Williams pouring it on and the referee steps in to stop it!!!!!!!!! 24 days into 2014 and we have a new fight of the year leader!!!!!!! OFFICIAL RULING: Thomas Williams by TKO1
[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Mikey Garcia vs Juan Carlos Burgos, Marco Huck vs Firat Arslan II, Lamont Peterson vs Dierry Jean, Curtis Stevens vs Patrick Majewski, Cornelius Bundrage vs Joey Hernandez + more
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22
From Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Amnat Ruenroeng 11(5)-0 vs Rocky Fuentes 35(20)-6-2
12 rounds vacant IBF flyweight title Not much is known about Ruenroeng. He competed in the Beijing games and made it as far as the quarterfinals, and also captured Bronze at the 2010 Asian games. (He lost to Zou Shiming.) At 34, this is probably Ruenroeng’s only chance at capturing a world title. Time for a conspiracy theory. I think this fight has secretly been set up, in Thailand, for Ruenroeng to win and rematch Zou Shiming later in the year to give Shiming the opportunity to capture a world title before someone legit beats him. Now, I am probably wrong. In fact, as far as I know, this card isn’t being put together under the Top Rank banner, but let’s assume it is, just for fun. Enter Rocky Fuentes. Fuentes is a 27 year old Filipino who’s primarily fought in Asia and has not lost a unanimous decision since 2005. If there’s one thing Fuentes has, it’s a ton of heart. Early in his career he suffered 2 stoppage losses, but has since rebounded and entered the fold as a top 10 flyweight in the world rankings. I don’t think Ruenroeng has the experience to beat Fuentes and thus the conspiracy theory looks stupid, but Ruenroeng does have an amateur pedigree that Fuentes doesn't. That must count for something.
FRIDAY JANUARY 24
From Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California
Cornelius Bundrage vs Joey Hernandez
12 rounds light middleweight division If you’ve never seen Cornelius Bundrage fight, let’s start here. His nickname is K9. K9 = canine. Dog. He fights like a dog. It’s not pretty, but he manages to keep winning and his name still rings relevant in the light middleweight division after all these years. Bundrage won the IBF light middleweight title and held it for nearly 3 years before losing it last year in an ugly fight with Ishe Smith. At 40 years old, Bundrage desperately needs a win here to keep his name in the category of top 10 light middleweights. His opponent is a 30 year old southpaw whose never gotten in the ring with an experienced vet like Bundrage. Bundrage isn’t particularly heavy handed, but Hernandez has been down and out many times in his career. A win for Hernandez could earn him a shot at someone like Austin Trout later in the year as Trout looks to rebound from 2 straight losses. A win for Bundrage leaves him closer to a title, but that road will probably run through Jermall Charlo.
Antonio Orozco 18(14)-0 vs Miguel Angel Huerta 27(18)-11-1
10 rounds light welterweight division It’s no surprise to see that Golden Boy has stockpiled prospects from the light welterweight to the light middleweight division as that’s where their biggest stars currently reside. Orozco’s best win thus far might have been in his last time out on the Mares-Gonzalez undercard. He battered 29-3 Ivan Hernandez and in the 3rd round, after hitting the deck 3 times, failed to rise at the count of 10. His opponent shouldn’t give him too much trouble. He’s experienced, but has failed to record any notable victories. His last 2 fights both ended in him being stopped. Light welterweight is a stacked division and if Orozco wins impressively, he’ll have no trouble finding legit opponents.
Dominic Breazeale 8(8)-0 vs Homero Fonseca 10(3)-6-3
8 rounds heavyweight division Breazeale could be something, but he’s racing against the clock. He’s 28 with only 8 fights under his belt. He’s got the size to compete with the goliaths of the heavyweight division (he’s 6’6”) and represented the US at the 2012 Olympic games… but with only 8 fights his window for capturing a title is very small. That is unless he’s the real deal. Fonseca was beat over 8 rounds by Andy Ruiz Jr and if Breazele wants to make a statement, he’ll stop Fonseca and early. No one has been able to get him out in under 7 rounds.
Julian Ramirez 9(6)-0 VS Derrick Wilson 10(3)-5-2
8 rounds featherweight division Just another gimme fight for 20 year old Ramirez. Ramirez has a ton of potential. I don’t think he’s lost a round at this point in his career. From Resorts International, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Curtis Stevens 25(18)-4 vs Patrick Majewski 21(13)-2
10 rounds middleweight division There’s something about fighting Gennady Golovkin. It seems that after you have been “good boy’d” your past actions have been forgiven and the boxing community develops an affinity with you. It seemed to have happened with Rosado and Ishida… or maybe I just made that up. Anyhow, it will be interesting to see how Stevens looks post-Golovkin. Stevens has a devastating left hook and a chin to back it up. The result of this fight will depend on whether Stevens can land his left hook and if Majewski can handle it. Majewski has a history of getting dropped and coming off a very unanimous loss to Patrick Nielson, there’s a lot riding on this fight for both guys. I think Stevens rebounds well and finishes Majewski easily.
Thabiso Mchunu 14(10)-1 vs Olanrewaju Durodola 17(16)-1
10 rounds vacant NABF cruiserweight title Mchunu is 25 and fairly undersized for the cruiserweight division. He makes up for it with slippery defense and smart counters. Many thought Mchunu would be a gimme fight for Eddie Chambers in his last time out, but Mchunu outboxed and outworked Fast Slow Eddie for all 10 rounds. Durodola doesn’t have the best resume, but if Mchunu can stymie and negate the power Durodola brings to the table, Mchunu will quickly ascend up the cruiserweight ladder and perhaps earn a shot at the Marco Huck-Firat Arslan fight. From Chevrolet Event Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
George Tahooahnippah 31(23)-1-2 vs TBA
6 rounds middleweight division The Comanche Boy returns to the ring to take on the faceless wonder of the west. From Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, Washington
Thomas Williams Jr 15(10)-0 vs Cornelius White 21(16)-2
10 rounds vacant WBO NABO light heavyweight title Williams is yet another prospect in the stacked light heavyweight division. He’s a southpaw who’s slowly upping the level of competition and this is yet another step in the right direction. Cornelius White has’t fought since last summer. The only way Williams is winning is by stopping White. His last time out Sergey Kovalev had the honors and he finished him in 3 rounds.
Rico Ramos 22(12)-3 vs Jonathan Arrellano 14(3)-2-2
10 rounds featherweight division Early in his career, Ramos was regarded as a very promising prospect and when he met Guillermo Rigondeaux 2 years ago, both were undefeated and many thought it was an even fight. That night, Rigondeaux dropped him in the first and stopped him with a devastating body shot in the 6th. Since then Ramos is 2-2, he’s been dropped in 2 of those fights and was shut out in another. If Ramos is to make another run in the featherweight division, this might be his last shot in. Arrellano won’t provide much to worry about when it comes to getting his chin tested, as Arrellano has only scored 3 KO’s in his career. Arrellano has been dropped, but never stopped. Ramos is in for a tough night. Arrellano is tough, he likes to bang, and make his opponents work.
SATURDAY JANUARY 25
From Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart, Baden-Wuttemberg, Germany
Marco Huck 36(25)-2-1 vs Firat Arslan 33(21)-6-2
12 rounds WBO cruiserweight title This a rematch of a fight of the year contender back in 2012. The two cruisers left it all in the ring and Huck walked away with a unanimous decision victory. If the sequel is half as exciting as the first, we’ll be in for a real treat. Both guys have been on the canvas as well as stopped, and given they both carry a bit of power, this fight should be very interesting. This fight is a big deal in Germany where the 2 have fought most of their careers. There is very little indication that this fight will end any differently from their first go at each other, but the promise of a good fight between 2 big men with skill could steal the show on a stacked Saturday.
Marcos Nader 18(3)-0-1 vs Emanuele Blandamura 21(5)-0
12 rounds middleweight division Nader is the more promising of the two if we’re looking at their prospect status. Blandamura is 34 and has never fought outside of Italy. He doesn’t carry much power and will be a good test to see how Nader, 23, handles a guy who can win on cards. Nader is not the second coming of Gennady Golovkin. At his point, he’s probably 4-5 fights away from a title fight.
David Price 15(13)-2 vs Konstantin Airich 19(15)-7-2
8 rounds heavyweight division Last time we saw David Price, it looked like it would perhaps be a good idea for him to retire. He was badly beaten (and outboxed) by Tony Thompson and his chin was exposed, twice. Price has chosen to grit his teeth and fight on. His opponent is beatable suffering 3 straight loses including being knocked out in the first round of his last fight. Price needs this one. Bad. From DC Armory, Washington, District of Columbia
Lamont Peterson 31(16)-2-1 vs Dierry Jean 25(17)-0
12 rounds IBF light welterweight title Let me first say that the fact that the IBF allowed Peterson to keep the IBF strap after testing dirty for synthetic testosterone is ridiculous. Still, I’m a fan of Peterson’s and always have been. He’s a rugged fighter who doesn’t necessarily have a specific style. He boxes a bit and bangs a bit more. This has led him into a lot of trouble when he faces guys who are very good at one thing. His only losses are to Timothy Bradley and Lucas Matthysse and he’s risen off the deck multiple times. I wish I could say that his opponent coming in was a real threat, that this will be an even, entertaining fight. On paper, I can’t say that. Jean is a 31 year old Canadian who’s finally being given his big break. He’s fought exclusively out of Canada and his best win was probably against 21-4 Ivan Cano. But given Canada’s given us quite a few good fighters recently, I wouldn’t count Jean out just yet. This could be just what the doctor ordered for the legend of Dierry Jean… or just a tune-up for Lamont Peterson before facing one of Golden Boy’s elite junior welterweights.
Jermell Charlo 22(11)-0 vs Gabriel Rosado 21(13)-7
10 rounds light middleweight division Charlo is slowly creeping his way up the ranks at 154. He hasn’t electrified the crowds, but rather done it in a methodical, precise way. He’s surpassed his harder punching brother and now sees himself on the cusp of headlining a Showtime card and fighting for a title. It’s all within reach. Standing in his way is Gabriel Rosado. Another Golovkin victim. When you look up “good boy” in the dictionary, you just might see Rosado’s face. Despite coming off back to back losses and dropping back down to the junior middleweight division (which Rosado hasn’t fought at since 2012), Rosado is not only a very challenging test for Charlo, but also notable name which fans have come to respect. Rosado is as tough as they come. He took Golovkin 7 rounds and never went down, dropped J’Leon Love before losing a controversial decision (which was turned into a no contest due to Love’s dirty post-fight test), and was on his way to defeating middleweight champion Peter Quillin last October. If Charlo is for real, Rosado is the ultimate test. Rosado will test his chin, will test his defense, and ultimately test his heart.
Dominic Wade 13(10)-0 vs Dashon Johnson 15(5)-13-3
[WEEKEND RECAP] Garcia-Burgos, Huck-Arslan, Peterson-Jean, Stevens-Majewski, Orozco-Huerta, + more
Wednesday January 22
From Liptapanlop Hall, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Amnat Ruenroeng won the vacant IBF flyweight title by UD over Rocky Fuentes
I didn’t get to see this fight, but in the preview I said Ruenroeng winning was key to Zou Shiming getting an eventual world title bid. Of the top flyweights in the world, Ruenroeng offers the least amount of resistance given his lack of power and professional experience. Top Rank would be smart to make this fight. Should Shiming get past Ruenroeng, it would legitimize him in the eyes of his home country. A legit title shot against Yaegashi or Estrade has huge cultural and financial risk involved for both Shiming and Top Rank. At this point, I suppose we’d all like to see Shiming take on someone at least decent. Ruenroeng provides that and more.
Friday January 24
From Little Creek Casino, Resort, Shelton, Washington
Thomas Williams Jr defeated Cornelius White by TKO1
This was a wild 2 and a half minutes. Each guy tasted the canvas and all the knockdowns came at unsuspecting moments and appeared to be the end for both. White fought hard, but the difference was Williams accuracy. Williams isn’t quite ready to hit the elite in the light heavyweight division, but he’s certainly on his way.
Rico Ramos defeated Jonathan Arellano by UD
Ramos is the reputation for being a bit of a boring fighter. This fight had some slower moments, but for the most part was good. Ramos boxed nicely, used his footwork to his advantage, and dropped Ramos 3 times with the exact same lunging left hook. Arellano fought hard and had his chin held up, this could have been a close fight. From Resorts International, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Curtis Stevens defeated Patrick Majewski by TKO1
The very first punch Stevens landed was a left jab and down went Majewski. Majewski got up but it was simply a formality. Stevens rushed forward and delivered the signature dynamite left hook over and over until the referee ended the fight. We didn’t really get to see Stevens prove much. Majewski offered no resistance and it remains to be seen how Stevens handles a punch post-Golovkin.
Thabiso Mchunu defeated Olanrewaju Durodola by UD
Mchunu faded a bit in the final 2 rounds, but the rest was almost pitch perfect. Mchunu boxed beautifully, countered the bigger, stronger man all night, and even dropped him in the second round. Mchunu needs a couple of 12 round fights on his resume before he challenges for a belt, but thus far he’s been very impressive. From Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California
Antonio Orozco defeated Miguel Angel Huerta via TKO2
This fight was a wild ride. Orozco appeared to be on his way to completely outclassing and stopping Huerta. Instead, Orozco was hurt bad and it appeared we might be seeing an upset. Huerta, a veteran, went for the kill immediately. He found himself arm weary and Orozco showed great poise in scoring the 2nd round stoppage. The stoppage might have been a bit premature, but the outcome was ultimately going to be the same.
Cornelius Bundrage defeated Joey Hernandez by UD
It’s funny. This was the only 12 rounder on the card and as far as I know, it didn’t even make it on TV. Either way, Bundrage won a wide decision.
Dominic Breazeale defeated Homero Fonseca by TKO3
Fonseca wasn’t the most in-shape guy you’ll see. In fact, his competition in the current heavyweight landscape is probably Andy Ruiz Jr, but don’t let that fool you. Fonseca was game from the opening bell. He ate as many punches as he avoided and was able to land a few on the prospect. After the 3rd round, Fonseca had had enough and didn’t return for the 4th. A stoppage victory for Breazeale, but still there are questions about him and his future in the heavyweight division.
Saturday January 25
From Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Marco Huck retained the WBO cruiserweight title by TKO6 over Firat Arslan
A lot of questions from their first encounter led many to believe that perhaps the German scoring system would forsake him and he’d finally lose his cruiserweight title. That time is still yet to arrive. Arslan came out the gate with one thing in mind, to punish and stop Huck. He pressured Huck and landed his signature left uppercut over and over. Huck was ready for it and quick combinations and heavy hooks wore Arslan down. The fight was exciting as Arslan never let his foot off the gas pedal. It wasn’t until the 6th round when Huck landed a beautiful straight right that stunned Arslan bad. Huck proceeded to drop him with precise hooks. Arslan was shaky getting up and when he did Huck rushed forward and let it all out. Huck would punch himself out and Arslan came back strong. He pushed Huck to the ropes before Huck brilliantly countered off and dropped Arslan again. Arslan would rise again, but Huck poured on the punishment and the referee stopped the bout. Perhaps a bit early, it’s tough to tell. It was a spectacular fight and Huck continues to keep on winning. Maybe now we can get a Yoan Pablo Hernandez unification clash.
Emanuele Blandamura defeated Marcos Nader by SD
Germany has been known for their… I suppose you can say questionable judging and refereeing. This year it seems they’ve turned over a new leaf. Italian Blandamura came in as an underdog and upset Austrian Marcos Nader. It was a close fight, but Nader faded late and Blandamura never ceased pushing the action and pace. Blandamura remains undefeated, but with only 5 KO’s in his 22 victories, it might be tough for him to make a real name for himself on the world scene at middleweight.
David Price defeated Istvan Ruzsinszky by TKO1
A rather useless fight for Price. I suppose the only thing we now know is that Price is still confident enough to throw punches. Time will tell if he’s fully recovered or learned something different post-Thompson defeats. From DC Armory, Washington, District of Columbia
Lamont Peterson retained his IBF junior welterweight title by UD over Dierry Jean
Peterson won without controversy and proved to be worthy of holding a belt at 140 lbs. I wasn’t convinced though that Peterson can compete with the elite at light junior welterweight. In this fight, Peterson proved to be very slick, but there were far too many close calls. Jean was always inches or even centimeters away from connecting flush with Peterson as he moved his head and upper body to avoid punches. Perhaps a little more quickness or a longer reach on Jean’s behalf and Peterson would have had the same fate as he had against Matthysse. If Peterson can tweak his game, perhaps not squaring up so much, I believe Peterson can compete with the elite at 140. By the way, the amount of oil on Dierry Jean’s body at the start of the fight was ridiculous. He looked like he was going to enter the Royal Rumble.
Jermell Charlo defeated Gabriel Rosado by UD
Charlo took a huge step this past Saturday in throwing his hat into the conversation of light middleweight champions. Charlo boxed beautifully against an experienced and tough opponent. Rosado’s skin, unfortunately, didn’t hold up. He fought with redness and a cut over his left eyelid yet again. Rosado wasn’t outclassed, but he was certainly proven to be one-dimensional as his adjustments (or lack of) provided him with no new openings from the outset. All credit goes to Charlo. His jab is a thing of beauty and with his continued improvement each time he enters the ring, he may be one of the elite fighters at 154 in due time.
Rau-shee Warren defeated German Meraz by UD
Robert Easter defeated Daniel Attah by UD
This fight was significant because it marked the first time Easter was not able to stop his man.
Dominic Wade defeated Dashon Johnson by UD
Wade faced heavy adversity early on as he was dropped in the opening round. He recovered nicely and boxed his way to victory. From Madison Square Garden Theater, New York, New York
Mikey Garcia retained the WBO super featherweight title over Juan Carlos Burgos by UD
Juan Carlos Burgos had a big height advantage and he didn’t press forward with aggression like some people thought he might. What unfolded was an interesting and calculated performance from Garcia. He struggled (as much as an elite talent like him could) finding openings and was stunned by a beautiful left hook right on the button. He eventually began to figure Burgos out. It’s tough to tell when exactly it occurred, but it did. Burgos was on the defensive, moving around and Mikey was forced to push the action at times. He didn’t look too comfortable doing it, but he found his range and timing and coasted to an easy decision. Garcia’s future might be one of the brightest in boxing. A lucrative fight with Yuriorkis Gamboa (where the bad blood between the camps is enough to sell it) and Manny Pacquiao are waiting for him should he continue winning. (In case you’re wondering, I believe the Gamboa fight will resemble the Maidana-Broner fight)
Bryant Jennings defeated Artur Szpilka by TKO10
In the third round I’d had this already written. “Jennings proves he is the real deal in boxing’s biggest division, but the caveat is that the qualities which he possesses and chooses to conduct business are not the ones you dreamed of when you imagined the American heavyweight savior. He fights in a methodical way, similar to the European heavyweights who’ve driven the American fan away from heavyweight boxing and the sport in general, but he wins.” In the 10th round, Jennings made me take it back. Jennings has the making of being an elite heavyweight and if you give him enough time to work, he’ll finish the job in a way that gets the fans on their feet. He punished Szpilka to the body for the duration of the fight and had him on the canvas from a body shot square in the gut. Jennings turned it on in the final round that sent a shockwave through the heavyweight division. Szpilka may have had a suspect chin coming in, but he also possessed a powerful left hand and boxing skill that a lot of heavyweights lack. Jennings doesn’t have the power or aggression of Deontay Wilder, but what we do know is that he can take a heavyweight punch.
Sean Monaghan defeated Matt Vanda by TKO1
This was a weird match. Monaghan packed the house and in the first round, Vanda landed a left hook that damaged his muscle. It inflated like a balloon and he could not continue, leaving the Monaghan fans with blue balls.
Felix Verdejo defeated Lauro Alcantar by KO1
I’m sure you’ve seen the gif or video somewhere. Verdejo looked like he was in the matrix. Alcantar came out aggressive and Verdejo punished him ruthlessly.
Jesse Hart defeated Derrick Findley by UD
Thank god for TopRank.TV. I got to watch the entire undercard. Jesse Hart won an easy decision.
Francisco Vargas defeated Eligio Lopez by TKO1
This was only Vargas’s 2nd pro fight, but this kid might be special. The way he swings so freely reminds me of other good prospects out there. Keep an eye on him.
[WEEKEND RECAP] Yaegashi vs Sosa, Barker vs Sturm, Malignaggi vs Judah, Rigondeaux vs Agbeko + more
FRIDAY DECEMBER 6
From Metro City, Northbridge, Australia
Simpiwe Vetyeka defeated Chris John by TKO6
At the end of 6, Chris ‘The Dragon’ John, the long undefeated featherweight champion sat on his stool and submitted to the South African after a fairly one-sided beatdown. Vetyeka takes with him Chris John’s WBO and WBA super world featherweight title, and the prospect of further riches in America having been the one to stop John on his way to tying Rocky Marciano’s 50-0 record.
From Coliseo Elias Chegwin, Barranquilla, Colombia
Darleys Perez defeated Dunis Linan by UD
From Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Akira Yaegashi retained his WBC flyweight title against Edgar Sosa by UD
Yaegashi remains the lineal flyweight champion after taking Sosa 12 rounds in a decisive victory. Y
Naoya Inoue defeated Jersen Mancio by TKO5
Inoue electrified the Japanese audience in only his 5th professional fight by displaying a little of everything. Inoue is one of boxing’s most promising prospects right now. He was precise, methodical, and relentless with the left hook to the body. Inoue finished Mancio in the 5th by chasing him around the ring and unloading whenever he got the opportunity.
Ryota Murata defeated Dave Peterson by TKO8
Murata was able to put Peterson away in the final round of their contest. While Murata’s performance was solid, the first 3 rounds were particularly rough for him. He looked fairly ordinary and very unrefined. By the third round, he abandoned that gameplan and began jabbing and following with a straight right. The adjustment was brilliant and by the end of the 6th Peterson was gassed. One thing to point out in this fight was that in the 8th, the referee gave Peterson a standing 8 count after Murata landed a brutal straight right. Peterson would continue, but be stopped moments later.
From UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois
Krzysztof Wlodarczyk retained his WBC cruiserweight title over Giacobbe Fragomeni by TKO6
A fairly useless rematch.
Andrzej Fonfara defeated Samuel Miller by KO2
Jonathan Gonzalez defeated Jaison Palomeque by TKO5
The only interesting thing here is that Gonzalez, once a middleweight, fought this bout at the light heavyweight division. Maybe him and Chavez can have a fight at cruiserweight where the one who makes weight gets the bigger share of the purse.
From Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, Washington
J’Leon Love defeated Lajuan Simon by KO6
Here’s what you should know about this fight if you didn’t watch it. Love didn’t prove anything in this fight. Simon was slippery, he was awkward, and Love found a way to win. Love did what he always does, which is to slip and roll with punches nicely. Going forward, Love needs to begin loading up on punches and counters to keep guys from coming inside so unabashed.
Badou Jack defeated Rogelio Medina by TKO6
Badou Jack is a solid prospect who might have been rushed a little too quick in the fight with Periban. In this fight, he wasn’t afraid to trade against a very game opponent. In the 6th, he finally wore Medina down.
Mickey Bey defeated Carlos Cardenas by TKO3
Mickey Bey, coming off the loss to John Molina, is still a good prospect. He is explosive offensively and throws really well in combination, especially when he mixes his head and body punches. He finished Cardenas with a vicious left to the body and followed it up with a left hook to the jaw. Bey is good offensively, but he keeps his hands down and relies on upper body movement for defense. This will ultimately be his downfall as he was vulnerable and ultimately tagged by straight punches while he thought he was out of reach.
Christopher Pearson defeated Acacio Joao Ferreira by KO1
This KO was brutal. Look it up.
Ashley Theophane defeated Robert Osiobe by SD
Luis Arias defeated Cameron Allen by TKO2
SATURDAY DECEMBER 7
From Porsche Arena, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Felix Sturm regained the IBF middleweight title defeating Darren Barker by TKO2
Sturm came out with a mission to regain his title. He threw in combination and landed big shots, while taking some from the moment the bell sounded. The end came in the 2nd when Barker’s corner threw in the title after Sturm continually landed clean right hands while Barker tried to stand on legs who clearly couldn’t support him. After the fight it was revealed that a hip injury was the cause of Barker’s performance.
From Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
Stephen Ormond defeated Derry Mathews by UD
Dirty Derry has made a name for himself being durable, but beatable. Ormond became the first man to beat him without knocking him out. He outboxed Mathews soundly over 10 rounds and improved his record to 16-1.
Paul Butler defeated Ruben Montoya by UD
This was pretty much a showcase fight for Butler. His opponent was very hittable, he walked forward with a lot of courage, but Butler’s speed was the difference. Butler slapped with a lot of punches and fought with his back on the ropes for a long portion of the fight. A good win for the super flyweight prospect.
Liam Smith defeated Mark Thompson by TKO4
Enzo Maccarinelli defeated Courtney Fry by TKO7
Joe Selkirk defeated Zoltan Sera by TKO3
From Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Matthew Macklin defeated Lamar Russ by UD
Matthew Macklin rebounded from his devastating loss to Gennady Golovkin by outpointing solid prospect Lamar Russ. Russ had period of success where he kept Macklin at the end of his jab, but Macklin began to lunge forward with his punches and surprise Russ by making it a gritty, inside fight. Macklin was able to stun Russ in the 6th and from there on out dominated the fight.
James Kirkland defeated Glen Tapia by TKO6
Coming into the fight, Tapia was one of the hottest prospects in boxing. He had the talent, the amateur background, and the look of HBO’s next star. On the other side of the ring stood James Kirkland, flanked by Ann Wolfe. Kirkland looked like a man possessed, staring at Tapia as though he’d been waiting his entire life to get his hands on him. From the opening bell, it seemed Tapia was going to cruise to victory and possibly stop Kirkland. Kirkland looked tight, he looked slow, and he looked done. But we’ve seen that before in Kirkland’s fights and just like in those other ones, Kirkland came roaring back. Kirkland would battle for a couple of more rounds against a game Tapia before Tapia had nothing left. From there on, it was one-sided and all Kirkland. It wasn’t until the 6th round where Steve Smoger stepped in and called a halt to the bout.
Guillermo Rigondeaux retained the WBO & WBA super world super bantamweight title against Joseph Agbeko by UD
Rigondeaux came out from the outset a bit more offensive. He threw more punches than usual and quickly discouraged Agbeko to follow any sort of pre-determined gameplan. It was a wipeout and not because Rigondeaux was so offensively potent. Rigondeaux created a wipeout using his defense, parrying many of Agbeko’s attempts, escaping counters, and precise counter punching. Agbeko was neutralized early on and Rigondeaux coasted toward a shutout victory.
Matt Korobov defeated Derek Edwards by TKO9
From Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Sakio Bika retained his WBC super middleweight title over Anthony Dirrell by a split draw
Sakio Bika was dropped early in the fight, but he smiled while on the floor and came on strong as the fight went on. Dirrell tried to box, but Bika’s will to make it an ugly fight prevailed. Bika swung wildly throughout, looking to land hail mary punches. Occasionally he landed and had Dirrell hurt at times. In my opinion, Bika may not have won, but Dirrell certainly didn’t win.
Erislandy Lara won the vacant WBA world light middleweight title over Austin Trout by UD
Trout came out attempting to box Erislandy Lara and paid the price by losing a wide decision to the Cuban master boxer. Lara was quicker than Trout and consistently landed the cleaner, more effective blows. Trout attempted to pick the pace up late in the fight and found himself on the deck.
Shawn Porter defeated Devon Alexander to capture the IBF welterweight title
The upset of the night occurred (which I called early in the 2nd round) when little known Shawn Porter followed the gameplan Timothy Bradley created to defeat Devon Alexander. Porter fought a gritty fight, getting inside and consistently working the body of Devon Alexander. At a few points in the fight, Alexander looked ready to go. Porter captured Alexander’s title in an unanimous decision and has shaken the welterweight division up. A lot of people are talking about Danny Garcia fighting Malignaggi, but I think Shawn Porter is a little more likely.
Paulie Malignaggi defeated Zab Judah be UD
Malignaggi used his quickness and activity to stunt any sort of offensive attack Zab Judah could muster. Judah looked old and unable to pull the trigger. This fight wasn’t as entertaining as many thought it would be, and Malignaggi now has himself back in the fold at welterweight.
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