Bosques gets mainstream approval.

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By Damon “LatinBox” Gonzalez

Everything is there for the taking as St. Petersburg, Florida’s Noemi”La Rebelde”Bosques plans on putting woman’s boxing in a better position as she co-features Charlie Serrano vs. Aalen Martinez on Friday July 12th at the A La Carte Pavilion Live on Telemundo, Presented by All Star Boxing, Inc. and Shea Bailey Promotions.

Bosques fire is fueled for this rematch bout against Vanessa Greco, Bosques goals are to have a famous face put back into woman boxing, Nothing delusional about the goal simply hard work effort and dedication.

The talented Puerto Rican looks to showcase a great fight on July 12th. Her high work rate is focused and sharp as trainer Sherman Henson from Ledgends Boxing Club acknowledged how humble he is to have the opportunity to work with Bosques.

What makes Bosques effective is her ability to punch and uses nice hand speed, That motivates her she fight relentless and smart, She carries good pop and will enter the lions den with Greco.

Bosques has a wealth of amateur experience and has seen all kinds of styles, She is a highly disciplined boxer/puncher who never stops coming forward. Bosques multi carrier a model
For sure but a cold-blooded assassin in the ring.

THOMAS RETURNS TO KICK BUTT, THAT’S WHAT

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By Damon “Latinbox” Gonzalez

St. Petersburg, Florida. — What’s a nice Christian guy like Lenroy “TNT” Thomas (16-2, 8 KO’s) doing in the ring, This Heavyweight Contender has great faith and looks to return to the ring against Dominic Breazeale (5-0 5 KO’s) former Northern Colorado Quarterback, on Saturday July 27, 2013 on the Golden Boy Promotions Andre Berto vs. Jesus Soto Karass / Diego Chaves vs. Keith Thurman (WBA interim welterweight title) fight card at the AT&T Center at San Antonio, Texas.

No one should be surprised about Thomas return to the ring after his 2 year layoff from boxing, there are of course lots of observers who believe that Thomas should not be ruled out from his last performance and lost against Arron Lyons from Gulfport, Mississippi back in December 2010.

A hardcore training camp at the St. Pete Boxing Club under Florida Boxing Hall of Fame Trainer Dan Birmingham known for his Champion runs with Ronald “Winky” Wright, Jeff “Left Hook” Lacy and now working with Welterweight superstar Keith “One Time” Thurman.

Thomas a very intelligent fighter lifts his arms into fighter stance and pop’s a 2 by 4 in the head snapping hard deadly accurate jab all afternoon long, eager Thomas to get back into the ring, Thomas a southpaw not taking Breazeale lightly and looks to rise to the occasion in what he says a very entertaining heavyweight fight that will be action packed.

Thomas calm demeanor under fire will show in this fight, the peaking Breazeale will have his hands full; Thomas looks to fight hard and show enough to move forward with serious considerations. We’ll make an argument for the heck of it that Thomas-Breazeale has the potential of becoming a slug-fest; Breazeale reps in looking for the Home Run shot in his short carrier make no mistake about it this is surely a tuff one in front of him July 27th.

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Orlando Fernandez fastest rising corner man in boxing

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Tampa – Orlando Fernandez does not have No problems at all telling his fight to keep the jab in their face, A protégée from the late great Al Gavin, Orlando worked with the Former WBC Featherweight Champion Kevin “Flushing Flash” Kelley and many other talents in boxing but is currently in the corner with Legendary Trainer Jimmy Williams and Former WBC,IBF & WBA World Champion Antonio “Magic Man” Tarver. A long and successful road for Fernandez who develop the art of Trainer, Cut-man and Mitt-Man.
Fernandez would go through hell and back with fighters just to make sure that they were properly wrapped, One of Boxing rising corner man in the sport today extremely talented in his craft endures critical situations during a bout and just well rounded and respected dearly in the State of Florida and the Boxing Community.
Fernandez travels to gyms on his time in the Tampa area and works with the young fighters as well the future of the sport, A relationship between a trainer and a fighter is different all the time, Fernandez pushes his fighters he knows and is hungry for the sweet science.
Fernandez a active member of the Florida Boxing Hall of Fame spends hours working with Hall of Fame coordinator Kathy Flansburg on all the logistics involved to such an extraordinary event here in Florida.
Fernandez clearly fills the void, Corner man that look for the quick fix that is not the position Fernandez takes at all, As is often the case fighters will get head butted or cut by a shot in the exchange, Fernandez lives for this He jumps right in the corner with the team and hands on calmly works on his fighters, with so much confidence and passion, How so the fighters are worked on clearly on the best professional effort by Fernandez so they can continue.
Fernandez believes for fact that Antonio Tarver will be a Champion again, He says it is such an honor to be in his corner and work very hard, Tarver is looking amazing at this time, The world will see that the hard work will pay off.

Acquinity Sports CEO Gary Jonas and Henry Rivalta, Vice President of Boxing Operations, have confirmed that Dominican Republic star and two-time, two-division world champion, Joan “Little Tyson” Guzman (33-1-1, 20 KOs), will face Panamanian Vicente “El Loco” Mosquera (32-2-1, 17 KOs) for the interim World Boxing Association (WBA) junior welterweight title on Friday, June 28, in Kissimmee, Florida. “We are excited about this fight, not only because our fighter Guzman has the opportunity to reach another title for our team, but, because we have the pleasure of working together with one of the companies that has consistently presented boxing in Florida, All Star Boxing, which is owned by my friend, Tutico Zabala, Jr. “Rivalta said. The 12-round WBA interim world title fight between the Guzman and Mosquera will be broadcast throughout America through TELEMUNDO Network’s series, “Boxeo Telemundo Ford,” as the main event of the night. “I express my gratitude to Tutico Zabala, Jr. and hope this June 28th event is the beginning of a lasting partnership,” Rivalta added. “We are sure that the real winners of this fight will be Florida boxing fans. In addition, we are pleased to work with his Boxing Director, Ruben de Jesus, and Ricardo Rizzo, our advisor, who made every effort to make this fight a reality.” “We are focused on this fight,” Guzman said from his Miami gym, where he is trained by German Caicedo. “We know and respect Panamanian boxers. I understand that they (Team Mosquera) know me and I’m sure they will do everything possible to defeat us. But we are working hard and hope to get this title, which will put us closer to our goals. “My short term goal is (WBA junior welterweight champion Khabib) Allakhverdiev. He has to win fair and square and that wasn’t the case in our fight last November. We are convinced that, by beating Mosquera on June 28th, we will be closer to fighting a rematch with Khabib to settle our outstanding accounts. First, though, we must beat Mosquera, and that’s exactly what we will do on Friday, June 28 in Kissimmee.” Also fighting on the June 28th card is Puerto Rican featherweight Orlando “El Fenomeno” Cruz, who is preparing to defend his World Boxing Organization Latino title against an opponent to soon be determined. Five more exciting boxing fights are scheduled and the major fights will be broadcast by TELEMUNDO, starting at 11:30 p.m. ET. Guzman-Mosquera is being presented in association with Henry Rivalta of Acquinity Sports. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. ET, first bell at 8:30 p.m. ET. Tickets are available for sale, starting at a very affordable $20.00, at the Kissimmee Civic Center, 201 Dakin Ave. in downtown Kissimmee, or by calling 407-935-1412.

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Undefeated Dominican bantamweight Juan Carlos Payano (13-0, 7 KOs) and his coach, German Caicedo, report that the slick southpaw is on weight at 118 pounds for this weekend’s ESPN Friday Night Fights showdown against unbeaten Philippine invader Jundy “Pretty Boy” Maraon (15-0-1, 12 KOs). “We got down to weight ahead of schedule,” Caicedo said. “Payano will work to stay on weight for Thursday’s official weigh in and be strong Friday night for his fight.” Payano, ranked No. 5 in the World Boxing Association (WBA), faces Maraon in a 12-round main event and WBA title eliminator, presented by Greg Cohen Promotions in association with Acquinity Sports, at South Mountain Arena in South Orange, New Jersey. The winner will be positioned for a world title shot against WBA bantamweight champion Koki Kamda. In the co-feature, Caicedo-trained featherweight Yenifiel Vicente (24-1-2, 16 KOs) faces Jorge Diaz (17-1, 10 KOs) in an eight-round match. Scheduled to fight on the undercard in six-round bouts are Antoine Ibahiem vs. Douglas King and Vazquez Paul vs. Harvel Lvarn, as well as Anthony Young vs. TBA, Marshall Moses vs. Rickey Edwards, Anthony Prescott vs. Anthony Gangemi, and Shakur Jackson vs. Michael Pickett in four-round matches. Payano and Vicente leave tomorrow for New Jersey along with their head coaches, Caicedo and “Irish” Micky Ward, and assistant Claudio Lamont. Payano is the reigning NABA and WBA Fedelatin bantamweight, while Maraon is a former World Boxing Organization (WBO) Asia Pacific bantamweight champion.

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SUMMER SIZZLERS HEADLINE TELEVISA/FOX DEPORTES CARD ON JUNE 15 IN VILLAHERMOSA, MEXICO ROBERTO ORTIZ VS. JORGE ROMERO & JORGE SILVA VS. FRANCISCO CORDERO LOS ANGELES, June 12 – Two of Mexico’s top super lightweights will collide at the Tabasco Park Nave 1 in Villahermosa, Mexico on Saturday, June 15 when undefeated WBC Super Lightweight Silver Champion Roberto “Massa” Ortiz of Torreon faces Culiacan’s Jorge “Koki” Romero in a 12-round WBC Silver Championship bout that will be televised live on FOX Deportes in the United States and on Televisa in Mexico on a delayed basis. A 10-round welterweight co-featured bout will see Tijuana’s Jorge “Pantera” Silva in action against Colombia’s Francisco “Volcan” Cordero. Also featured in separate, non-televised fights will be former world title challenger Librado Andrade and highly touted prospect Fidel Maldonado Jr. Ortiz vs. Romero is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Cancun Boxing and sponsored by Corona, Periodico QueQui and Villahermosa Centro Doors open at 5:30 p.m. CT and the first fight begins at 6:00 p.m. CT. The FOX Deportes broadcast will air live at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. and the Televisa broadcast will air on Canal 5 beginning at 10:30 p.m. CT.

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