All Star Boxing Undercard Results

By Damon “Latinbox” Gonzalez 

Kissimmee, FL – Lightweights Top Rank prospect Henry “Moncho” Lebron (3-0, 3 KO’s) from Aguadilla, PR. destroys Oscar Quezada (5-7) from Aguas Prieta,MX. with a hard body shot that sends him down to the canvas stopping him at the official time of 2:19 round one by KO victory 

Middleweight Manny “Shake Em Up” Woods (16-6, 6 KO’s) from Tampa, Florida pounded Danny “Bebo” Pastrana (6-4, 1 KO)?from Kissimmee, FL. dropping him in round two referee Massimo Montanini calls a halt to the fight at the official time 1:38 seconds of round two TKO victory for Woods

Jean Carlos “Chapito” Rivera (12-0, 7 KO’s) from Kissimmee, FL. destroys Juan Carlos Benavidez (7-10-1, 4 KO’s) from Cuidad Obregon, MX. by ways of TKO victory at the official time of 1:50 round three. 

Middleweight Noe Lozano (2-1) Ft Pierce, FL. out worked tough Daruma Almenarez (1-2) from West Palm Beach, FL. scoring a unanimous decision victory judges scores 37-39, 39-37 (2x) for Lozano.

Featherweight Edgar Figueroa (1-0) from Palm Beach,FL. wins high intense battle against Kervin Gonzalez from Orlando, FL. (0-1) in a split decision win. Figueroa got off in the early going Gonzalez Stunned by a one – two punch, standing in front getting hit by Figueroa it appears Gonzalez opens up with left hands that are not connecting giving Figueroa opportunities as he steps back picks his spots to land solid shots on Gonzalez was putting forth a great effort but fell short.

Lozano – Carmona Redemption Bitter Sweet

Lozano – Carmona Redemption Bitter Sweet

By Damon “Latinbox” Gonzalez 

Kissimmee, FL. – The return of Daniel “El Alacran” Lozano (14-4, 11 KO’s) from Bowling Green, Florida. gets his redemption last night at the Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee on the Ford Series Boxeo Telemundo presented by All Star Boxing, Inc. Coming back after a two year lay off the 27 year old Lozano gets the call stepping in to replace Jose “Chiquiro” Martinez who opted out not to fight due to David “Severo” Carmona (20-5-5, 8 KO’s) issues not making weight.

  1. It was all Lozano seeking vengeance from his loss to Carmona in 2015. Lozano jumped on Carmona very fast throwing hard shots to his head Carmona inviting the counter returns fire gets caught with a hard hook sending him down in round, Lozano plugged in hard body shots to Carmona dropping him to the canvas in round two Carmona could not continue Lozano wins by KO victory at the official time of 2:33 seconds of round two winning the WBO NABO Super Flyweight Title in spectacular fashion.

Toño Moran wins in beast mode

@allstarboxinginc Antonio “Toño” Moran (22-2, 15 KO’s) scored a spectacular TKO victory at the official time of 2:16 round six last night at the Auditorio Blackberry

Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico against tough Guadalupe Rosales (34-13, 18 KO’s) who certainly showed up to fight in a back and forth action packed fight but fell short.

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Photo credits: ‪@Kaiser_Lozano ‬

Serrano Stops Kiss in three 


Puerto Rico – WBO World female Super Bantamweight Champion Amanda Serrano from Carolina, Puerto Rico (33-1-1, 25 KOs) ways of Brooklyn, New York beats Edina Kiss from Budapest, Hungría (13-5, 5 KOs) by technical knockout at the official time 1:00 of the third round when the fight was stopped. Kiss went to the canvas in round two. Friday night at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino San Juan, Puerto Rico. Presented by Puerto Rico Best Boxing.

Photo credits: Ivan Ojeda/PRBBP

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@AllStarBoxing Returns to Kissimmee on July 28

@allstarboxing #BoxeoTelemundo returns to Florida with Puerto Rico’s 

Jose “Chiquiro” Martinez (19-0-1, 12 KO’s) will battle David “Severo” Carmona (20-4-5, 8 KO’s) on Friday July 28, 2017 at the Osceola Heritage Center 

Kissimmee, Florida. for the vacant WBO NABO Super Flyweight Title @worldboxingorg Presented by @allstarboxinginc in association with @realmiguelacotto 

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Keenan Smith 140 – Ivan Baranchyk 140

Kenneth Sims, Jr. 139.4 – Rolando Chinea 139.6

Glenn Dezurn 121.6 – Adam Lopez 121.8

Joshua Greer 117.4 – Leroy Davila 117

Antoine Douglas 159.6 – Juan De Angel 168.4

Charles Conwell 155.6 – Rick Graham TBA

Isiah Steen 163.4 – Travis Nero TBA

MIAMI, Okla.,  – Undefeated super lightweights Keenan Smith and Ivan Baranchyk officially made weight on Thursday, one day before they headline a quadrupleheader tomorrow/Friday on ShoBox: The New Generation live on SHOWTIME® (10 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast) from Buffalo Run Casino & Resort in Miami, Okla. Photo: @trappfotos @showtimeboxing

“Every fighter in the middleweight division needs to take note, I’m coming for all Y’all”

BROOKLYN, NY – Undefeated IBF #6 middleweight contender, Luis Arias (18-0, 9 KOs), is coming off a stellar performance, winning by fifth round knockout against once beaten, Arif Magomedov. He now has his sights set on conquering the whole entire middleweight division.


“Every fighter in the middleweight division needs to take note, I’m coming for all Y’all, especially the Golovkin vs. Canelo winner,” said Luis Arias. “Billy Joe Saunders can get a beating too. I have the skills, hunger and heart to become the unified middleweight champion of the world. I’m going to make a statement in every fight moving forward. I won’t be denied.”


In addition, Arias gives his thoughts on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Connor McGregor showdown taking place at the T-Mobile Arena on August 26th. 

“I think the Floyd Mayweather vs. Connor McGregor fight is going to be bad for boxing, but good for MMA,” Arias continued. “Never will an MMA fighter be on a stage like this. Floyd is going to mop him up. I think I would whoop McGregor’s ass if we fought in the ring. He would have the advantage in the octagon, but I know with some MMA training, I would give him some serious problems.”