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Uncasville, CT, November 26, 2017-Last night, Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing presented another rendition of the “Slugfest at The Sun” series at the Mohegan Sun arena in Uncasville, CT. The card was headlined by Crusierweights Constantin Bejenaru and Thabiso Mchunu who fought for Bejenaru’s WBC International Cruiserweight title in a 10 round bout. Bejenaru came away with a unanimous decision victory over Mchunu, the mandatory challenger, defending his WBC International title sucessfully.  The bout often times saw each fighter playing the game if cat and mouse with one another. There was a brief explosion by Bejenaru in round 7 as he dropped Mchunu with a picture perfect left cross but Bejenaru couldn’t capitalize on his opportunity to knockout Mchunu.  In the end the scores were 98-91 and Read more […]

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WORCESTER, Mass. (April 2, 2017) – Popular Massachusetts heavyweight Vinnie “American Nightmare” Carita was too much for former South American champion Gilberto Matheus “El Magico” Domingos in last night’s “New England’s Future 2” main event at Worcester Palladium.  A capacity crowd of 1,700 rocked the vintage venue from start to finish. “New England’s Future 2” was presented by Rivera Promotions Entertainment (RPE), which is owned and operated by retired three-time, two division world champion Jose Antonio Rivera and his son, matchmaker Anthonee (A.J.) Rivera.  Rivera announced that “New England’s Future 3” will be held June 10th at DCU Center, Exhibition Hall, in Worcester. Carita (16-1-1, 15 KOs), fighting out of Pembroke (MA), unleashed a relentless body attack on his Brazilian Read more […]

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CORONA, Calif. (Nov. 7, 2016) – Taras “The Real Deal Shelestyuk, Xolisani Ndongeni,and Ruben Villa all remained undefeated this past Friday night at the Omega Events Center in Corona, California.  Shelestyuk (15-0, 9 KOs), the 2012 Olympic Games Bronze Medalist for Ukraine, was victorious by the scores of 96-93 twice and 95-94. Despite a gutsy, gritty performance, Herrera (15-4-1, 8 KOs), of Chicago, IL., had a 3-fight winning streak end. There were no knockdowns. Southpaw Shelestyuk, who entered the ring ranked No. 9 in the WBO and No. 13 in the WBA, turned back a determined bid by Herrera to win, despite getting docked a point for excessive holding in the fifth round. “It was a tough fight,” stated Shelestyuk. “He is a tough fighter;  he is slow, but he worked well. In the first Read more […]

Comments Off on Petr Petrov earns mandatory WBA lightweight title shot with stoppage over Michael Perez

Indio, CA (October 3, 2016) – Petr Petrov (38-4-2, 19 KO’s) earned a mandatory world title shot at the WBA Lightweight title with a stoppage after 6 rounds over Michael Perez in a scheduled 12 round bout at the Fantasy Springs Casino Resort in Indio, California.  In round 2, Perez was bloodied over his right eye, and Petrov was cut on his forehead. Later in the round, Petrov dropped Perez with a hard right to the head. Petrov continued the assault as he battered and hurt Perez with evenly dispersed punches to the head and body. As the blood continued over Perez’s right eye, Petrov never let up. Photo credits:  Kyle Monroe Finally, trainer Robert Garcia decided his fighter had enough and stopped the fight after the 6th round. “I just want to thank everybody who made this win possible.   Read more […]

Comments Off on Team Commey disappointed with decision, demand rematch

Ghanaian lightweight star Richard Commey was left bitterly disappointed following the decision to his vacant IBF World title fight with Robert Easter Jr last Friday at the Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania.  The 29 year-old from Accra found himself on the wrong end of a split decision, with judges John McKaie (114-113) and Craig Smith (113-114) separating the fighters by a single point, and Ron McNair (112-115) giving the home fighter a three point lead, despite a close fight and Commey scoring an eighth-round knockdown. Commey’s team will now be launching an appeal to the IBF asking that they grant the former Commonwealth and IBF Intercontinental Champion an immediate rematch. ‘’I feel I won the fight, I came to my opponent’s country with everything in his favour Read more […]

Comments Off on WBF Titles Conquered In Germany, Philippines & Uganda

Germany, Philippines and Uganda set the scene for World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship bouts on Saturday, April 30, as thousands of boxing fans witnessed the crowning of two new Intercontinental champions and two new International titlist.  In Germany, at the Tangerhuette Kulturhaus, Samir Nebo stopped Andrei Mazanik from Belorussia to win the vacant WBF Intercontinental Heavyweight title. Nebo seemed to be cruising along steadily, winning the first four rounds comfortably, when the visitor tripped and hurt his ankle. Mazanik did get back on his feet, but when Nebo took advantage of the situation by opening up with combinations, the trainer of Mazanik pulled his man out and Nebo was declared the winner by fifth round technical knockout (time 2:41) and improved his record to 8-1-1 Read more […]

Comments Off on Aguirre shocks Tareh; “Lil Pacquiao”, Alvarez, Guillen and Woodall score knockouts in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, FL (April 3, 2016) – Jacksonville, FL’s Juan Aguirre spoiled what was expected to be a homecoming for popular junior middleweight Ali Tareh Saturday, April 1 at the Bayfront Hilton in his hometown of St. Petersburg, FL. Headlining Mad Integrity Fight Sports’ “Bombs Away 5” the main event boxers entered the ring for their eight round junior middleweight fight to a standing room only crowd, which packed the venue prior to the start of the first fight. A big ticket seller who had a large group of supporters on hand, Tareh took his time in the early going. Aguirre, a pressure fighter, looked to close the gap and connect with a hard shot upstairs. With seconds remaining in the opening stanza, Aguirre saw an opening and unleashed a devastating left left hook that knocked Read more […]

Comments Off on Steve Suppan Claims UBO Title On Home Soil

Undefeated Dutch prospect Steve Suppan won his first championship belt on Saturday night (April 2) when he beat Georgian Giorgi Kulumbegashvili for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ Youth World Super Lightweight title. As the main event of a show promoted by Suppan Promotions at the Sporthal De Boei in Suppan´s hometown of Vinkeveen in The Netherlands, the fight unfolded at a high pace from the start but with the local man scoring with the cleaner shots. Kulumbegashvili had come to fight his chance, and tried his best to frustrate Suppan from his southpaw stance, boxing with low guards and attempting to counter at every opportunity. But with a loud crowd cheering him on, Suppan would not be deterred and kept his composure well. Suppan was often the aggressor in the fight, and Read more […]

Comments Off on Nielsen retains WBC International title with unanimous points decision against Larghetti – Press Release

Micki Nielsen (21-0, 14 KOs) overcame his toughest career test to retain his WBC International Cruiserweight title with a unanimous points victory against former World title challenger Mirko Larghetti (24-2, 14 KOs) last night at the Albertslund Musikateatret in Copenhagen.  Headlining his first event at his hometown arena, the Danish southpaw started strongly, working well behind his southpaw jab and punishing his opponent with heavy shots to the head and body. Larghetti, suffering from a swollen eye, looked to be in trouble in the opening rounds as he failed to keep up with Nielsen’s work rate.   Larghetti was forced to absorb more punishment as the rounds went on, with Nielsen, still in total control, finding the target with a series of combinations. Undeterred, the granite chinned Read more […]

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  BROOKLYN, N.Y. (December 8, 2013) – Two weeks after his 33rd birthday, Paulie “The Magic Man” Malignaggi (33-5, 7 KO’s) picks up his 33rd win in a unanimous decision victory over Zab “Super” Judah (42-9, 29 KO’s) in front of his hometown crowd at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. The fight, promoted by Golden Boy Promotions, headlined a four-fight SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING event. Despite being knocked down in the second round, Malignaggi was able to regain his stride en route to a strong 116-111, 117-110, 117-110 victory which earned him Brooklyn bragging rights and a potentially bright future in the stacked welterweight division. In addition, he was awarded a special Brooklyn’s World Championship belt designed by SARTONK. “This is an emotional win for me,” said Malignaggi. Read more […]

Boyd Melson dominates King in Gotham City

Posted: 5th December 2013 by wban100@aol.com in Fight Results
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  NEW YORK – Boyd “Rainmaker” Melson defeated Alabaman Gundrick “Sho Gun” King during their eight rounder in the main event  on Wednesday evening at BB King Blues Club in New York City. Melson, who had the support of a standing room only crowd at a place he’s accustomed to helping sell out, was in total control from the opening bell. The beloved 2003 West Point grad found a home early and often for right hooks, straight left hands and hard body punches, making King visibly uncomfortable. The 5’5 King, a former D1 college football player, was wobbled on a few occasions but displayed excellent toughness and made it obvious he wasn’t going away. Ultimately, Melson’s consistent offensive attack and his ability to step outside of the pocket after firing shots at King powered Read more […]

Slick Slips Past Sosa; Beale Bests Bolden in Newark!

Posted: 24th November 2013 by wban100@aol.com in Fight Results, News Story
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Newark, NJ –Michael “Slick” Anderson had all that he could handle from dynamite-fisted George Sosa in the eight round main event of All Out Promotions and Edmonds Promotions’ “Fighting For Attendance” at Weequahic High School in Newark.  Backed by a large group of supporters, Anderson was clearly the most popular fighter of the evening, but Sosa quickly made it evident that he wanted to silence the hometown favorite’s fans by knocking him out. Anderson, who accommodated Sosa, a late replacement, by agreeing to fight at 152 pounds, stepped on the scale Friday evening at 148 and was visibly smaller on fight night. The opening stanza was a close one, with Anderson using his speed and boxing while the aggressive Sosa threw every punch with bad intentions. In the second, Sosa Read more […]

McCreedy and Traietti win in Beantown – Boston Fight Results

Posted: 23rd November 2013 by wban100@aol.com in Fight Results
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BOSTON (Nov. 23, 2013) – Big Six Entertainment closed its 2013 season on a strong note, featuring its best top-to-bottom card of the year, tonight at The Royale Nightclub Boston (formerly The Roxy).  In the main event on “Royale Rumble,” presented by Big Six Entertainment in association with Danny Kelly Promotions, “Irish” Joey McCreedy (17-6-2, 6 KOs) won a unanimous six-round decision over Steven “Too Sharpshooter” Tyner (3-13-2, 2 KOs). McCreedy, fighting out of the same hometown as “Irish” Micky Ward (Lowell, Mass.) and his trainer Dicky Eklund, plans to fight as a super middleweight in 2014. Joey McCreedy (R) attacks Steven Tyner -(photo by Emily Harney / Big Six Entertainment) Irag War veteran Chris Traietti (14-3, 10 KOs), fighting out of nearby Quincy, decked Randy “The Rattler” Read more […]

Comments Off on Non-Stop Boxing Action at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma!

November 4, 2013 /  Photos by Sue TL Fox/Harvey Johnson    On Saturday night, November 2, 2013, at the Emerald Queen Casino, in Tacoma, Washington at the BATTLE OF THE BOAT 93 promoted by Brian Halquist Promotions, there were six action-packed boxing matches on the card.  In the headliner, Zahir Raheem, 155,  34-3-0 (21KO), wasted little time in taking out his opponent Tim Coleman, 153½, 19-3-1, of Baltimore, Maryland.  Raheem displayed speed, timing, devastating body shots and combinations throughout the fight.  Quickly after the bell sounded to start the second round, Raheem landed a shot to the gut that dropped Coleman to his knees.   After standing up, Raheem then followed to knock Coleman down twice more with right hooks to the body. The finishing move occurred when Coleman Read more […]