Support The Honor of Aaron Feis

Greetings friends This is the official Go Fund Me for Aaron Feis family Melissa and Arielle.

On behalf of Latinbox Sports we appreciate your Support.

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On February 14, 2018 a kind, caring hero sacrificed his life to save the lives of children.  Aaron Feis will be remembered in the hearts and minds of every life he touched in his years as a football player, football coach, security guard, bus driver, friend, brother, husband, and father.  Coach Feis was a proud member of the MSD football program for many years and our booster club has been honored to have him coach our children and to call him friend. To honor his memory and support his wife and daughter during this time of loss and for the future any donation would be appreciated.  All donations made to this Go Fund Me Account will be directly distributed to the Feis family.  This account has been opened and will be managed by the Douglas Gridiron Club which is the authentic booster club for the MSD Football Program.

William Silva headlines March 3 in Clearwater, FL

Tampa, FL – Lightweight contender William “Baby Face” Silva returns to the ring Saturday, March 3 to face rugged Rogelio Casarez at Banquet Master in Clearwater, FL.

The eight-bout card is promoted by Fire Fist Boxing Promotions. Tickets are available at and tables can be purchased by calling 813-734-2461.  Fans can also watch the card live for only $9.99 at The first bout is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Hailing from Sao Paolo, Brazil but residing in Florida, Silva has an excellent 24-1 professional record with 14 of those victories by knockout. The former WBO Latino Lightweight titlist fought highly-touted Felix Verdejo on HBO in 2016 but came up short in a gutsy performance. Silva is looking to get back into the limelight but must first pass a tough test on the 3rd.

Known by his moniker “El Loco,” Casarez has proven his willingness to fight anybody, anytime, anywhere. The Arkansas native, who is 13-6 with 5 KO’s, fought 2012 Olympian Jamel Herring, undefeated Louis Cruz and two-division world title challenger Cesar Seda. In 2016, Casarez traveled all the way to China to capture the NABF and IBU 130 pound titles by outpointing previously unbeaten Ronnakit Boontree over twelve rounds.

The Silva-Casarez showdown is slated for ten rounds and is for the NBA World and IBO Continental 135 pound titles.

Popular Tampa cruiserweight Nicholas “The Showstopper” Iannuzzi returns to the squared circle for the first time in nearly four years to face Lemarcus Tucker of Arkansas in a six rounder. Known for his larger than life Personality, Iannuzzi has a solid 18-4 record with 10 KO’s. Tucker, 5-3-1 (3 KO’s), had all nine of his professional fights during Iannuzzi’s hiatus and looks for a second consecutive victory.

Ricky “Cowboy” Tomlinson of Thonotasassa, FL meets unbeaten Ernest Hall of Baltimore, MD in a four round featherweight contest. Tomlinson, 5-3-2 (3 KO’s) is a big local draw and fought his entire career in the Sunshine State.

Middleweight prospect Antonio Tarver Jr. of Orlando, FL looks to run his record to 5-0 when he meets Dallas, TX based veteran Carlos Dixon in a four round contest. Tarver Jr. is the son of former unified champion Antonio Tarver.

“We at Fire Fist Boxing are looking forward to an explosive night of boxing with championship bouts and a great undercard,” said Promoter Jody Caliguire. “I’m looking forward to seeing all the boxing fans for another great evening filled with international and local talent.”

In other undercard bouts, Joseph Fernandez meets Thomas Amaro in a six rounder, heavyweight Jordan Sanders challenges Rodriguez Cade over four rounds, Ozodbek Aripov faces Chaklit Ali Redwood in a four round junior middleweight tilt and Rufat Huseynov battles Emilio Rivera.

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Jacobs – Sulecki Headline HBO Boxing on April 28

HBO World Championship Boxing Double-Header set for Saturday, April 28, 2018. Featured in the 12-round main event on the telecast will be former Middleweight World Champion DANIEL JACOBS, (33-2-0, 29 KO’s) will battle Maciej Sulecki (26-0, 10 KO’s).


Opening the HBO telecast, undefeated heavyweight contender JARRELL ‘Big Baby MILLER, (20-0-1, 18 KO’s), will also compete in a scheduled 12-round bout.

 Also returning to the United States and fighting on the non-televised undercard, WBA Lightweight Women’s World Champion KATIE TAYLOR, (8-0-0, 4 KO’s) of Bray, Ireland will defend her world title.

Duncan, Rosa Make Weight in Orlando

In the Main Event Light Heavyweights

Daniel Najera 183.2 vs. Craig Duncan 184.2 lbs.

Super Featherweights

Gadwin Rosa 130.6 lbs vs. Tom Mills 131.2 lbs.


The Danger Team Promotions in association with Putdown Entertainment presents Premier pro boxing “The Putdown” on Saturday February 17th at the OLE Orlando Live Events 6405 S. US Hwy 17/92 Casselberry, Florida 32730.

In the main event Super Middleweight Craig “Danger” Duncan (9-1-1, 7 KO’s) will collide against Daniel Najara (7-1, 7 KO’s)

#ThePutDown #TheDangerTeam

Photo credits: Alex Nunez




Photo credits: Golden Boy Promotions

LOS ANGELES – NABF and NABO Featherweight Champion Joseph “JoJo” Diaz, Jr. (25-0, 13 KOs) and former world champion Victor “Vikingo” Terrazas (38-4-2, 21 KOs) hosted a media workout today at Azteca Boxing Club ahead of their 10-round main event fight on the Feb. 22 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.

Also participating in the workout was Christian “Chimpa” Gonzalez (18-1, 15 KOs) who will kick off the ESPN3 coverage facing Laguna, Philippines’s Rey “Flash” Perez (21-9, 6 KOs). Manny “Chato” Robles III (14-0, 6 KOs), who is trained by his world-renowned father, Manny Robles, Jr., will participate in an eight-round featherweight affair facing Tucson, AZ’s Martin Cardona (24-10, 16 KOs). Power punching prospect Edgar “Kid Neza” Valerio (12-0, 7 KOs) of Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl by way of South Central, Los Angeles, Calif. will participate in an eight-round battle against Victor Proa (28-5-2, 21 KOs) of Monterrey, Mexico in the 126-pound division. San Diego’s Genaro “El Conde” Gamez (6-0, 4 KOs) will participate in an eight-round lightweight fight, and Hector “El Finito” Tanajara, Jr. (11-0, 4 KOs) of San Antonio, Texas will open up the card in a scheduled eight-round super featherweight fight.

Here’s what today’s participants had to say at the media workout:


JOSEPH “JOJO” DIAZ, JR., NABF & NABO Featherweight Champion:

“I’m going to showcase my power, speed, experience and ring intelligence. I know [Victor] Terrazas is a former world champion, but my skill is the best at 126 pounds. I’m excited to headline this fight because I’ll be kicking off the year for Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN. I’m going to take advantage of this and put all the champions at featherweight on notice. Hopefully after this fight, I’ll finally get that world title shot.”

VICTOR “VIKINGO” TERRAZAS, Former World Champion:

“I’m still in my prime. I feel I still have a lot to give. This is an important fight not just for me, but for Joseph Diaz as well. I’ve been training hard in Mexico with my coach, Alejandro “La Cobrita” Gonzalez, and I’ve been having really good sparring as well. I have a lot of experience dealing with world-class fighters and quick southpaws, so it will be a battle of youth vs. experience on February 22.

CHRISTIAN “CHIMPA” GONZALEZ, Lightweight Prospect:

“I’m going to be in a tough fight. I’m looking forward to the challenge because he’s [Rey Perez] experienced. They call him ‘Flash’ for a reason because he’s really quick, so we’re expecting nothing easy on Feb 22. If everything comes out well, I’ll be looking forward to 10-round fights on ESPN cards.”

MANNY “CHATO” ROBLES, III, Featherweight Prospect:

“I’ve been working on sitting on my punches and working on the inside. In this camp, I’ve been working with former fighter Rudy Hernandez and getting great sparring as well. Fans can expect to see a different Manny Robles next Thursday. I’ll be more aggressive and I’ll be more affective on the inside. If I see the opportunity, I’ll get the knockout.”


EDGAR “KID NEZA” VALERIO, Featherweight Prospect:

“Would I be a ‘Guru’ if I told you that I’d start the year off sensationally? I’m not fighting the toughest opponent of my career, HE is. At the end of the day, we’re all in the hurt business.”

HECTOR “EL FINITO” TANAJARA, JR., Super Featherweight Prospect:

“I’ve been working really hard since my last fight. No matter who I fight, I’ll be ready to knock him out. It’s been great training with Robert Garcia. There are a lot of world champions in our training camp, and I learn a lot every day. I expect to be busy this year in exciting fights and fighting more rounds.”


GENARO “EL CONDE” GAMEZ, Lightweight Prospect:

“Training camp has gone really well, and I’m really focused for this fight. I know my opponent has had tough fights and that he’s a warrior. This year I hope to demonstrate to all who Genaro ‘El Conde’ Gamez is. The lightweight division is very tough, and every fight features with quick punchers. Don’t go on a bathroom break during the fight because you might miss the knockout!”

Diaz, Jr. vs. Terrazas is a 10-round fight for the NABF and NABO Featherweight Titles presented by Golden Boy Promotions. The event is sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING” and Hennessy, “Never Stop, Never Settle.” The fights will take place on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino. Doors to the Special Events Center open and the first televised bout begin at 5:00 p.m. PT. ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes will air the fights beginning at 11:30 p.m. ET/8:30 p.m. PT, and stream live on ESPN3 starting at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT.

Beltran-Moses Make Weight in Reno

#BeltranMoses Make Weight

Ray Beltrán 134.5 lbs

Paulus Moses 134 lbs.



@beltranboxing vs. @paulusmoses

World Lightweight Championship

Friday February 16th at Grand Sierra Resort @grandsierra in Reno, NV.

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Olympians Vargas & Cintron added to Boxeo Telemundo Season Premiere.


Olympians Vargas & Cintron added to Boxeo Telemundo Season Premiere.

Miami, Florida: Promoter Tuto Zabala Jr. of All Star Boxing, Inc announced today that Olympians Antonio Vargas (5-0-3 KO’s) of Kissimmee, Florida and Jeyvier Cintron (2-0-1 KO) of Bayamon, Puerto Rico have been added to the undercard for the 2018 Boxeo Telemundo’s season premiere on February 23rd at the Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida.

Antonio Vargas who represented USA in Rio on 2016 is coming off a spectacular win over undefeated prospect Jonathan Garza last November in Kissimmee. Vargas looks to continue climbing when faces Luis Fernando Saavedra for 6rds.

Meanwhile Jeyvier Cintron was the first and only 2x olympian boxer to have represented Puerto Rico in the amateur ranks. After suffering delays due to Hurricane Maria devastating the island of Puerto Rico, Cintron is looking to make up for the lost time by staying very busy in 2018. Cintron is scheduled for 6rds with an opponent to be determined.

Vargas and Cintron bouts are brought to you by Top Rank in association with All Star Boxing, Inc.

Lundy gets pass Chop Chop

@hardhitpromo In the main event at Philadelphia’s 2300 Arena, lightweight Hamerin’ Hank Lundy, 29-6-1, 14 KOs, @hammerinhank_lundy won an 8-round unanimous decision former world champ DeMarcus “Chop Chop” Corley, 50-29-1, 28 KOs, @chopchopcorley of DC. Judges official

scores of 78-73 and 79-72 twice.

Photo credits: Lester Silva – Univision

Farewell Roy Jones, Jr.

Farewell RJJ 👑


Boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. (66-9, 47 KOs) scored a one-sided 10 round unanimous decision over Scott Sigmon (30-12-1, 16 KOs) in a cruiserweight battle on Thursday night at the Bay Center in Pensacola, Florida.

Judges official scores were 98-92 (3x) all for Jones.

@royjonesjrofficial Roy Jones,Jr. (65-9, 47 KO’s) will return to the ring on Thursday February 8th at The Civic Center in Pensacola, Florida. to face Scott “Cujo” Signon (30-11-1, 16 KO’s) @cujo434 Presented by @islandfights

Photo credits: Scott Foster 📸




Son of former world champion Agapito Sanchez inks managerial deal.

Queens, New York – El Matador Management is proud to announce the signing of undefeated featherweight prospect Juan “Ciclon” Sanchez to an exclusive managerial contract.

Sanchez, 22 years-old of Allentown, Pennsylvania has a perfect mark of 4-0 with one knockout. He is the son of former WBO Super Bantamweight world champion, Agapito Sanchez. Juan started boxing at the age of 15, and had a brief amateur career consisting of approximately 30 fights. “My first exposure to boxing was when I was four years old and I accompanied my dad to the gym,” said Sanchez. “I am excited to be with El Matador Management and looking forward to continue to grow in boxing. Boxing is a show, and I look forward to putting on great performances. I like to look flashy! Felipe Gomez has the experience to take me along this exciting journey.” Said Felipe Gomez, “I appreciate the confidence that Juan Sanchez and his team have placed in me. I remember what a warrior Juan’s father, Agapito, was in the ring. I can see similarities in Juan’s style and I believe he will go on to be an accomplished fighter.” Sanchez will be back in action on Tuesday, February 13 against Sergio Aguilar at The Sands Bethlehem Event Center