Beterbiev Punching Stock Still On The Rise

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In his 12th pro bout, Artur Beterbiev (12-0, 12 KO’s) earns the vacant IBF world light heavyweight strap with his 12th KO at 2:33 of Enrico Koelling (23-2, 6 KO’s) #BeterbievKoelling

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Saucedo Blasted Vittori In Three

@ElCholoSaucedo’s The WBO Jr. Welterweight Latino & NABA USA Title holder Alex Saucedo (26-0, 16 KO’s) been calling out the top fighters at 140 all week, including @RAMIREZBOXING & @YesIndeed_Reed. Saucedo made a statement last night by crushing Gustavo Vittori (20-3-1, 11 KO’s) with a left hook KO at 1:16 of Round 3.

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Vances Crushes Ochoa In Two

Congrats to @eltiburonvences1 Super Featherweight Andy Vences (20-0, 12 KO’s) on his 2nd round KO of Jairo Ochoa (16-13, 8 KO’s) last night in Fresno, Calif.

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Lua Beats Rodriguez In UD

In an all-action scrap, Lightweight Brian Lua (2-0) drops Eric Rodriguez (0-1) on the way to a wide unanimous decision win on the

judges official scores 40-35 (3x).

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Reyes,Jr. and Artega Big Wins in Tampa

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Tampa, Florida. – In the main event welterweight Mark Reyes, Jr. (5-0, 3 KO’s) got caught early on with a hard right hand by Velasquez sending Reyes,Jr. down to the canvas, Reyes,Jr. took matters into his gloves coming off the floor dominating the rest of the fight outworking Velasquez scoring a six round unanimous decision win over Carlos Winston Velasquez (24-32-2, 14 KO’s) in a sold-out Bryan Glazer Family JCC Auditorium in Tampa,Florida last night the inaugural installment of Fight Night Promotions.

Jr.Bantamweight Jasmine Artega (3-0, 3 KO’s) from Tampa, Florida clearly showing better versatility fighting with more aggression waisted no time crushing Kathryn Talley (0-3) with hard punches referee Andrew Glen seen enough jumping in stopping the action at the official time 1:36 seconds of round one by TKO win.

Ramon De La Paz (2-0, 1 KO) from Tampa, Florida was defenatly sharper with his punches as Seth Basler (0-3) not set defensively giving De La Paz an oppertunity to walk right inside and make him pay catching him with a hard hook to the head ending his night at the official time of .43 seconds of round three by ways of TKO victory.

Chris Rangel (1-0, 1 KO) from Winter Haven, Florida blasted Matt Farraiolo (0-1) with hard combinations right at the opening bell ending his night at the official time of 1:36 seconds of round one by TKO victory

Jr. Middleweight Quincy Brown (1-5-1, 1 KO) and Viktor Kulakovski (7-4-1, 4 KO battle hard to a four round majority draw

judges official scores 39-37, 38-36 (2)

Ivan Franco crushes Jamarkus Harmon jumping on him with a left hook to the body followed by a hard combination of hooks sending Harmon down to the canvas at the official time of 1:07 of round one by way of TKO victory.

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Argentinean Amateur Star And Two-Time Olympian Alberto Melian To Turn Professional ‘Lomachenko’ Style Against 23-2 Ricardo Santillan On Dec. 16

Sampson Boxing’s newest promotional signing, Argentinean amateur star and two-time Olympian, Alberto “Impacto” Melián, will be taking the “Lomachenko” route into the professional ranks by facing Diego Ricardo Santillan (23-2, 15 KOs) in an eight-round bout for his first professional fight on Saturday, December 16, at the Macro Stadium of the Argentine Federation of Boxing (FAB) in Buenos Aires.

A formidable foe for anyone, the 30-year-old Santillan, from Tartagal, Salta, Argentina, is a former Argentina (FAB), WBC Mundo Hispano and South American Bantamweight Champion. Melian, however, has requested the fast track to a world championship and promoter Lewkowicz has agreed.

“Alberto is regarded as one of the best Argentine amateur boxers ever and he’s ready for the best of the professional ranks. We hope to have him fighting for a world championship within 10 fights,” said Lewkowicz.

Lewkowicz says that Melian’s amateur credentials are enough to let him forego the usual development period of a new professional.

“In addition to his two Olympic appearances, Alberto fought in nearly every international tournament and won dozens of titles. He’s ready for anyone in the world going into his first fight. We have every confidence in him.”

Melián vs. Santillan will be televised live by TyC Sports Argentina.

Haney Crushes Sempewo in five

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Devin Haney Scores 5th Round Knockout

This past Saturday at the Buckhead Fight Club, in Atlanta GA, WBC Lightweight Youth Champion, Devin “The Dream” Haney (18-0, 12 KOs), remained undefeated with an impressive TKO against Hamza Sempewo (14-9, 7 KOs). Haney dominated the bout from the opening bell, winning every round convincingly. In round five of the scheduled six-rounder, Devin landed a vicious left hook to the body, followed by a barrage of punches to the head, that included a nasty uppercut. The referee stopped the bout after Sempewo was out on his feet, and couldn’t continue.

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