Monthly Archives: January 2016

ERICKSON LUBIN TAKE ONE WITH LATINBOX 

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DENNIS GALARZA TAKE ONE WITH LATINBOX 

FELIX,JR. BEATS SISMUNDO IN SPLIT DECISION 

  
@trboxing @josefelixjr05 Jose Felix, Jr. (33-1-1, 25 KO’s) battles it out against rugget Ricky Sismundo (30-9-2, 13 KO’s) passing him in the 10 round split decision win judges scored 93-96, 94-95, 95-94 key Sismundo was discredit a point for hitting after the bell in round 6 by referee Zac Young. 

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ARNOLD, JR PACKS A PUNCH

  
@trboxing Super Lightweight Arnold Barbosa, Jr. (10-0, 4 KO’s) put Robbie Cannon (15-11-2) lights out at the official time of 2:59 of round one via KO victory referee Eddie Hernanez puts a stop to the bout.
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EXPLOSIVE WIN FOR MEKHONTSEV 

  
@trboxing Light Heavyweight Egor Mekhontsev (11-0, 7 KO’s) keeps his perfect record in tact by outworking tough Mexican warrior Felipe Romero (19-11-1, 13 KO’s) to a unanimous decision victory. Romero was put down in round one and five. Fight got a bit messy as Mekhontsev cut in the forehead by accident head butt in round three. Romero cut under left eye from accidental head butt in round five. Judges cards 70-80 (3x) in favor for Mekhontsev.

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ZABALA HONORED BY THE WBA 

  
@allstarboxing Tuto Zabala receives a special gift from @gilberticowba @wbaboxingofficial 

I want to give a special thanks to Gilberto on giving my grandpa a special gift. A very unique WBA “Super Champion” Belt for everything he has Done

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ALEXIS ROCHA SIGNS A PROMOTIONAL CONTRACT WITH GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS AND IS CONFIRMED FOR HIS PRO DEBUT ON MARCH 4

  
@alexisrocha777 ALEXIS ROCHA SIGNS A PROMOTIONAL CONTRACT WITH GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS AND IS CONFIRMED FOR HIS PRO DEBUT ON MARCH 4. 

LOS ANGELES – Southpaw amateur standout, Alexis Rocha of Santa Ana, Calif. has signed a promotional contract with Golden Boy Promotions today and will make his highly anticipated professional debut on the March 4 edition of LA FIGHT CLUB in downtown Los Angeles. The six-time national champion will be following in the footsteps of older brother and current WBC Silver Featherweight Champion, Ronny Rios, who signed on with Golden Boy Promotions early in his career in 2009. “Golden Boy Promotions has always treated us like family and I am excited to start this new phase of my career,” said Alexis Rocha. “When the opportunity came to make the transition and become a professional fighter, the decision was easy. I want to make Golden Boy proud.” “I’m pleased that Golden Boy Promotions has added another top talent to its stable with Alexis Rocha,” said Oscar De La Hoya, Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions. “Alexis has an incredible story, one that I hope inspires many other children and young adults to work hard and lead healthy lifestyles. I know Alexis will shine in his professional debut because he has the talent and the drive to become a champion.” “I have been working with Golden Boy Promotions for a number of years now and it definitely made our decision much easier,” said Hector Lopez, trainer to Alexis Rocha. “It just made sense to keep the brothers together and be part of the same family at Golden Boy. I have witnessed first-hand Golden Boy’s ability to nurture fighters and shape them into champions and am confident that this was right decision for Alexis.” Photo credits: @goldenboyboxing

@SampsonBoxing and ‘El Chavo’ Rodriguez Extend Promotional Agreement.

  
@SampsonBoxing and ‘El Chavo’ Rodriguez Extend Promotional Agreement.

Sampson Boxing proudly announces the re-signing of a promotional agreement with Dominican super featherweight knockout artist Braulio “El Chavo” Rodriguez. 
27-year-old Rodriguez (18-1, 17 KOs), from Santo Domingo, is the current WBC Latino Super Featherweight Champion after stopping Marcos Gabriel Martinez in two rounds last August. He is rated #13 in the world by the WBC. 

Sampson Lewkowicz, President of Sampson Boxing, says he is currently working hard on obtaining the proper visas for his fearsome slugger to fight in the United States. “El Chavo has a wild fighting style that the fans in the United States would love,” said Lewkowicz. “He is unpredictable and very entertaining with one-punch power in either of his fists. I am finishing up the paperwork to bring him over here and help him become a star.” Rodriguez says he is happy to continue working with his long-time promoter. “I want to work with Sampson. I trust him,” he said. “When I get my visa, I am coming to the U.S. to show the fans what I can do.”

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GARCIA BATTLES GUERRERO IN WBC WELTERWEIGHT TITLE WIN 

  
GARCIA BATTLES GUERRERO IN WBC WIN 

the main event on the inaugural broadcast of PBC on FOX, from Staples Center in Los Angeles, former unified junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia, (32-0, 18 KOs), captured the vacant WBC welterweight title with a unanimous decision over former four-division champion Robert Guerrero, (33-4-1, 18 KOs). All three judges scored the bout 116-112.

David Robinett and Miguel Maravilla at ringside
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GARCIA BATTLES GUERRERO IN WBC WIN

  
GARCIA BATTLES GUERRERO IN WBC WIN 

the main event on the inaugural broadcast of PBC on FOX, from Staples Center in Los Angeles, former unified junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia, (32-0, 18 KOs), captured the vacant WBC welterweight title with a unanimous decision over former four-division champion Robert Guerrero, (33-4-1, 18 KOs). All three judges scored the bout 116-112.

David Robinett and Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photo credits: Naoki Fukuda 

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