Granados Out Punches Colín In decision Win


Featherweight Adolfo Granados (3-0, 1 KO’s) of Mexico City beats Luis Ortiz Colín (0-3) also of the capital by scoring a unanimous decision victory.

Live action from the Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. Presented by Producciones Deportes – Ricardo Maldonado & Tuto Zabala, Jr. All Star Boxing, Inc. @auditoriobb @allstarboxing @clovis_25 @boxeotelemundo @telemundo #boxeo

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Zambrano Blasted Villa in Two


Super Welterweight Kevin Salgado Zambrano (7-0, 4 KO’s) of Mexico City added another triumph by technical knockout now against Marco Valentín Chino Villa (2-2) also from CDMX at the official time of 2:13 of the second round.

Live action from the Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. Presented by Producciones Deportes – Ricardo Maldonado & Tuto Zabala, Jr. All Star Boxing, Inc. @auditoriobb @allstarboxing @clovis_25 @boxeotelemundo @telemundo #boxeo

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Soriano Crushes Escamilla In Two


The upset was intact as Martín Escamilla (10-1, 3 KO’s) loses in front of César Soriano (13-2, 7 KO’s) by knockout at the official time of 2:49 of the second round, in what was the special fight at 6 rounds in lightweight.

Live action from the Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. Presented by Producciones Deportes – Ricardo Maldonado & Tuto Zabala, Jr. All Star Boxing, Inc. @auditoriobb @allstarboxing @clovis_25 @boxeotelemundo @telemundo #boxeo

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Rizo Knocks Off Aguilar in Seven


Lightweight Jerson Aguilar (9-4, 3 KO’s) of the #CDMX fell by effective knockout at the official time 2:16 mark of the seventh round against Eduardo Hernández Rizo (5-2-3, 2 KO’s) of the State of Mexico product of a strong hook to the liver area referee waved off the contest.

Live action from the Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. Presented by Producciones Deportes – Ricardo Maldonado & Tuto Zabala, Jr. All Star Boxing, Inc. @auditoriobb @allstarboxing @clovis_25 @boxeotelemundo @telemundo #boxeo

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Miyao Too Much For Ikeyama

Tokyo, Japan – Ayaka Miyao (23-7-1, 6 KO’s) from Tokyo, Japan Scores a tenth round unanimous decision victory over Nao Ikeyama (18-5-3, 5 KO’s) for the Interim WBA female atomweight title at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan.

Photo credits: Naoki Fukuda  📸 🇯🇵

东京、日本からのMiyao Ayaka(23-7-1、6 KO’s)は、東京の後楽園ホールでの暫定WBA女性アトム級タイトルのための池貝奈緒(18-5-3,5 KO’s)より10番目の満場一致の意思決定勝を評価する。日本。


Lopez – Rodriguez Make Weight In MEXICO

@allstarboxinginc “MARAVILLA” LÓPEZ AND “MESERITO” RODRÍGUEZ COME TO THE SCALE. Boxing Telemundo this Friday 11:35 pm

Pablo Lozano / Press All Star Boxing Inc and Sports Productions.

Ganigan “Maravilla” Lopez and Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez, beat the scale on Thursday afternoon in what was the official weighing ceremony in the facilities of the Box Commission of Mexico City, both seek to take over the vacant Championship Latino flyweight of the World Boxing Council in what will be the stellar commitment of the evening that presents All Star Boxing Inc and Sports Productions.

Lopez (34-8 and 19 KO’s) who was already world champion, knows that a triumph of this caliber would return him to the top of the world rankings, with a view to once again contesting a world crown, for his part , Rodriguez (16-6 and 5 KO’s) looks for a win that allows him to have a second chance that allows him to reach the dream of becoming a world champion.

During its passage through the scale, Lopez de Amecameca in the State of Mexico gave 50 kilograms, while Rodriguez who lives in California, United States, marked 51,800 kilograms on his first attempt, for the second attempt he gave 50,800 kilos.

This will be the main battle of the evening that will be broadcast by the Telemundo Deportes signal and its different platforms starting at 11:35 ET.

As a semifinal meeting of the night, Jerson Aguilar (61,200 kilos) from Mexico City faces Eduardo Hernández Rizo (60,300 kilos) from the State of Mexico in combat at 8 rounds in lightweight.

The special fight of the night will be a clash of young punters from the capital, Martín Escamilla (61,500 kilos) against César Soriano (61,600 kilos), fight at 6 rounds in lightweight.

Kevin Salgado (70,200 kilos) from Mexico City faces Marco Valentín Chino Villa (69 kilos) also from CDMX at 6 rolls in super welterweight.

In commitments to 4 rounds: Adolfo Granados (56 kilos) from Mexico City collides with Luis Ortiz Colín (57,500 kilos) also from the capital in featherweight.

Juan González Rosas (53,800 kilos) from Mexico City before Jesús Figueroa Martínez (53 kilos) from the State of México en gallo.

Photo: @allstarboxing @clovis_25



Saturday, January 19 From MGM Grand Garden Arena Live On SHOWTIME PPVPresented By Premier Boxing Champions

Photos; Credit Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME

NEW YORK – Senator Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and Adrien “The Problem” Broner announced their Saturday, January 19 mega-fight during the first leg of a two-city press tour at New York City’s Gotham Hall on Monday. The welterweight championship showdown will be produced and distributed live by SHOWTIME PPV (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT) from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and presented by Premier Boxing Champions.

Boxing’s only eight-division world champion, Pacquiao will end his two-year hiatus from a U.S. boxing ring when he returns to Las Vegas to defend his WBA Welterweight World Title against former four-division world champion and must-see attraction Broner.

Promoted by MP Promotions, Mayweather Promotions and TGB Promotions in association with About Billions Promotions, tickets to the Pacquiao vs. Broner welterweight world championship event will go on sale on Saturday, November 24. Tickets are priced at$1,500, $1,000, $750, $500, $300, $200, $100, not including applicable service charges, and can be purchased online, charge by phone at 866-740-7711 or in person at any MGM Resorts International box office.

Here are what the fighters and executives had to say on Monday.


“I just want to prove that I’m still in boxing and my journey in boxing is continuing.  I want to entertain people and give a good show on January 19.You don’t want to miss the opportunity to see this great and prestigious fight in the ring with Adrien Broner. I know my opponent is fast and a top caliber fighter, he’s good and we have to work hard and train hard for this fight so the people will be happy. We will give a good fight for the fans. 

“I chose Broner because we can have a good fight and entertain the fans. Adrien is a top caliber fighter and a good boxer. We cannot underestimate him.

“When I met up with Floyd [Mayweather] in Japan, we talked and he said he wants to come out of retirement to challenge me. All I know is fighting in the ring and entertaining people. That’s my job. Floyd has come out of retirement and we’ll see after this fight, but we cannot underestimate Broner and this fight. We will discuss anything with Floyd Mayweather after that.

“I can fight at 140 pounds or 147 pounds and I want to fight the biggest fighters in the world and one of those is Adrien Broner. I can fight anybody. 

“I expect more action in the ring, that’s what we want. We don’t talk too much outside the ring but we will do it in the ring.

“Yes, I still have the [knock out] power. In fact, I have learned how to develop that and by the grace of god, who has given me this power and with hard work and training, that technique is my weapon for this fight.

“I have already accomplished my dream and what I want to accomplish in this sport. I just want to continue in the top of boxing and give honor to my country.”


“I’m real thankful hearing that he was coming over to PBC, ‘Pacquiao’s Broner Crisis’. I’m happy –  there are a lot of people that wanted this fight and god blessed me to get it. I guess I’m just the chosen one. What can I say about Pacquiao, he’s a future Hall of Famer.

“I had to call my momma after I looked in the mirror this morning. I had to let her know she has a beautiful son. We finally made it to pay-per-view at 29. I’m the only African-American do to that. 

“It’s going to be a hell of a fight. I’m not coming to just pick up a check. I know when I win this fight, there’s more money to come.

“This fight means a lot to me.  A win and I turn legend overnight.  I got the whole hood with me just like he has the whole Philippines with him. I don’t even know how to spell that. But I have the whole hood with me: H-O-O-D.

“Of course I consider Manny one of the elite fighters at 147.  The things he’s done in this game are unbelievable. I talk trash, I play but I know on January 19 I have to be on top of my game. This is his break-out fight to be on the A-side.  I know he isn’t trying to look bad. But I’m here to knock him out. I feel like a bum trying to fight for a sandwich.

“I’m not worried about what Manny does. He has to worry about what I’m doing.  I have three losses and he has eight.  But he has been knocked out three times so we know he can go to sleep. He doesn’t need Nyquil for that, and I have the power to do it.  He better be on his p’s and q’s because I’m trying to knock him out.

“If the knockout comes, it comes. I’m just focused on my win. I’m trying to win in good fashion. I’m going to train my ass off and give it my all.

“This fight is very important from a business standpoint and for About Billions. A lot of young fighters want to work with me and I have to show them the way. As a leader, if I win this fight it gives them something to brag about. I’m not only fighting for me, I’m fighting for my family and my kids. It’s the longevity, it’s for after boxing. I have a chance to set myself up so that my kids’ kids can live comfortably.

“We’re boxers. We’re not afraid of nobody. We bleed the same, we walk the same, we put our pants on one at a time. There’s nothing to be afraid of. I’m trying to knock this guy out. I might laugh, I might play around but I’m trying to get him out of here.

“Every fighter is different. I don’t compare fighters to each other. Every fighter has their good habits and their bad habits. All around, he’s a great fighter. He’s done something that nobody has ever done in the sport but it’s time to turn over a new leaf. Adrien Broner will be the biggest name in boxing.

“I feel good at any weight. I feel strong. I will let everything show January 19.It’s going to be a hell of a fight. I just want to beat the man in great fashion. It’s nothing personal, it’s just for me so I can wake up and say I beat Manny Pacquiao.”

Kameda Beats Medina

Tomoki “ El Mexicanito”

Kameda (36-2, 20 KO’s) scores a 12th round unanimous decision victory over Abigail Medina (19-4-2, 10 KO’s) for the

interim WBC Super Bantamweight Title at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Presented by Keiichiro Kanehira’s Kyoei Promotions.


亀田(36-2、20 KOの)は、アビゲイルメディナ(19-4-2,10 KOの)以上の12回目の満場一致の意思決定の勝利を得点


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Super Prospect Shoh Ergashev Brutalizes Ramsey with First-Round KO, Saturday in Chicago

Uzbekistani super lightweight Shohjahon “Shoh” Ergashev showed why he’s the new 140-lb fighter to watch in boxing last Saturday, November 10, at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, as he destroyed opponent Zack Ramsey in the first round.
The current WBA International Super Lightweight Champion, Ergashev (now 14-0, 13 KOs), tore into Ramsey from the opening bell of their scheduled six-rounder, dropping him within the first 15 seconds with a right hand and finishing it at 1:09 with a thudding body shot. 
Fighting on the undercard of the World Boxing Super Series Cruiserweight Tournament doubleheader Ergashev elicited “oohs and ahhhs” from the crowd with his brutal display of force. Former unified super lightweight and current welterweight champion Terence Crawford was among the impressed onlookers in the crowd. 
Ergashev’s promoter, Dmitriy Salita, says that in preparation for this fight, Ergashev had been knocking out heavyweights in the Kronk Gym where he trains.
“Shohjahon is one of the hardest punchers in any weight class,” said Salita. “His skills and physical strength make him not only one of the best in his division, but I believe one of the most exciting and powerful fighters in all of boxing.” 
26-year-old Ergashev growls that he’s ready for anyone in the world. 
“I want to fight the best names in the division and look forward to having an opponent that can last some rounds with me! I am coming!”