#PacBroner January 2019

@mannypacquiao vs. @adrienbroner 2019


A three-time Fighter of the Year and the Boxing Writers Association, Pacquiao is America’s reigning Fighter of the Decade. Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs) is the only sitting Congressman and Senator to win a world title. Cincinnati’s Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs) is a former four-division world title holder and one of boxing’s most popular and colorful personalities.

Will collide on Saturday January 19, 2019 for the WBA World Welterweight Title at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Live On Showtime PPV.

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Ramirez Turns Back Hart in Brawl Arnold Barboza Jr. decisions Manuel Lopez in co-feature, remains unbeaten

Photos: Stacey Verbeek

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Dec. 14, 2018) — Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez hoped for repeat. Jesse “Hollywood” Hart sought revenge.

In a rematch of their September 2017 bout, Ramirez once again emerged victorious, notching a majority decision (114-114, 115-113 2X) to retain his WBO super middleweight world title for the fifth time.

“I won every round. I beat him clearly again,” Ramirez said. “I hurt my elbow in the eighth round, but if I didn’t hurt my elbow, I would’ve knocked him out. I am going to 175. I am ready to challenge Gvozdyk.”

The action reached a crescendo in the 12th round, as Ramirez battered Hart around the ring for the first 2:30. Then, with the fight drawing to a close, Hart buzzed Ramirez, forcing the champion to hold on to the final bell.

Said Hart: “It was no contest. I did everything to win this fight. Gilberto is a great fighter, and I have a lot of respect for him. He did have a great 12th round, but I came back to hurt him as well.”

Barboza Grinds Out Decision Win
Unbeaten super lightweight contender Arnold Barboza Jr. (20-0, 7 KOs) looked the part of a top contender, using a relentless body attack to defeat Manuel Lopez (14-3-1, 7 KOs) by 10-round unanimous decision (100-90 3X).

Barboza, who picked up the NABF Jr. super lightweight belt, closed the show strong. He hurt Lopez in the ninth and 10th rounds to secure the win.

“I’m a little disappointed in myself that I couldn’t get him out of there, but I feel like I did a great job,” Barboza said. “We want the best. We want {WBC super lightweight champion} Jose Ramirez. I think that would be a great fight.”

In other action:

Joshua “Don’t Blink” Greer Jr. took one step closer to a bantamweight world title shot. Greer (19-1-1, 11 KOs), a Chicago native, knocked down Daniel Lozano (15-6, 11 KOs) at the end of the seventh round, and Lozano’s corner stopped the bout after the round ended. Greer picked up the vacant WBC Continental Americas belt and is eyeing world title honors next.

“I got a great team behind me. We ended the year big,” Greer said. “This is only the beginning. Next year, we’re doing big things!”

Mikaela Mayer (9-0, 4 KOs) defended her NABF super featherweight title for the first time, cruising to an eight-round unanimous decision over Calixta Salgado (17-11-3, 12 KOs).

“She was holding a lot, which made it difficult,” Mayer said. “I had a great 2018, and I am looking forward to a world title shot in 2019.”

Top 130-pound contender Jamel “Semper Fi” Herring (19-2, 10 KOs) scored a pair of knockdowns en route to a shutout eight-round unanimous decision (80-70 3X) against former junior featherweight world title challenger Adeilson Dos Santos (19-6, 15 KOs). After the bout, Herring called out WBO 130-pound champion Masayuki Ito.

“That guy had some power. He has all of those knockouts for a reason, but we got the job done,” Herring said. “Ito, I’m coming!”

Gabriel Flores Jr. (11-0, 5 KOs), the 18-year-old prodigy from Stockton, Calif, knocked down Edward Kakembo twice to notch a six-round unanimous decision win (60-52 3X) in a lightweight fight.

Super bantamweight prospect Jesus Arechiga (7-0, 6 KOs) went the distance for the first time as a pro, scoring a four-round unanimous decision over David Martino (6-6, 4 KOs). All three judges scored the fight 40-36.

In a six-round bantamweight bout, Ruben Vega (11-0-1, 5 KOs) was held to a draw versus Oscar Mojica (11-5-1, 1 KO). Scores were as followed: 58-56 Mojica, 58-56 Vega, and 57-57.

Roberto Duran Jr. (2-0, 2 KOs), son of the all-time great, scored a 55-second knockout over Leonardo Pena (0-3) in a welterweight bout.


Report: Damon Gonzalez

Photo credits: Mikey Williams / Top Rank

Welterweight Roberto Duran, Jr. (2-0, 2 KO’s) from Panama City, Panama

Jumped on Leonardo Peña (0-3) from Brownsville, TX. quickly with hard punches catching him with a upper cut that sends Peña down to the canvas referee waved off the contest at the official time of.55 seconds of round one by TKO victory.

Super Bantamweight

Jesus Arechiga (7-0, 6 KO’s) from Mazatlán, Mexico scores a four round unanimous decision win over tough David Martino (6-6, 4 KO’s) from San Felipe, Mexico. All three judges official scores 40-36 in favor for Arechiga.

Super Flyweight

Ruben Vega (11-0-1, 5 KO’s) from Mazatlán, MX. and

Oscar Mojica (11-5-1, 1 KO’s) from Dallas, TX. battle it out to a majority draw, Judges scores 58-56, 58-56, 57-57.

Super Lightweight

Jamel Herring (19-2, 10 KO’s) from Cincinnati, OH. outworks Adeilson Dos Santos (19-6, 15 KO’s) from Brazil to a unanimous decision victory.

Herring keeping the jab in Dos Santos face all night, sends him down in rounds one and two. All three judges score the bout 80-70 all in favor for Herring.

Super Featherweight NABF Title champion Mikaela Mayer (9-0, 4 KO’s) from Los Angeles, CA. Busted up Calixta Salgado (17-11-3, 12 KO’s) from Tolu, COL. with hard shots to the body and keeping the jab in Salgado’s face all night in route to a unanimous decision victory all three judges scores the bout 80-72 all for Mayer.

Bantamweight Joshua Greer (19-1-1, 10 KO’s) broke down a game

Daniel Lozano (15-6, 11 KO’s) from Bowling Green, FL. Couldn’t continue after continues punishment the fight was stopped

Prior to round eight making Greer the WBC Continental Americas Champion.


Gabriel Flores, Jr. (11-0, 5 KO’s) from Stockton, CA. Scores a unanimous decision victory over

Edwin Kakembo (10-6, 3 KO’s) from Silver Springs, MD. Judges official scores 60-52 all for Flores, Jr.

#RamirezHart2 to Headline ESPN+ Card in Corpus Christi December 14

Live from the American Bank Center, tickets on sale Wednesday, Nov. 14
ESPN+ stream to begin at 10 p.m. ET

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#RamirezHart2 on @espn+

Ramirez vs. Hart 2 Weights

LIVE on ESPN+, TOMORROW at 10 p.m. ET

Undercard Streaming on ESPN+ at 6:30 p.m. ET 

Photo credits: Stacey Verbeek

ESPN+ (10 p.m. ET)

 Gilberto Ramirez 167.25 lbs vs. Jesse Hart 167.5 lbs
(Ramirez’s WBO Super Middleweight world title – 12 Rounds)

• Arnold Barboza Jr. 139.25 lbs vs. Manuel Lopez 139.5 lbs
(Vacant NABF Super Lightweight title – 10 Rounds)

ESPN+ (6:30 p.m. ET)

• Gabriel Flores Jr. 132.5 lbs vs. Edward Kakembo 131 lbs

(Lightweight – 6 Rounds)

•Joshua Greer Jr. 117.75 lbs vs. Daniel Lozano 117.75 lbs
(Vacant WBC Continental Americas title – 10 Rounds)

Mikaela Mayer 129.5 lbs vs. Calixta Silgado 127.75 lbs
(Mayer’s NABF Super Featherweight title – 8 Rounds)

Jamel Herring 132 lbs vs. Adeilson Dos Santos 132 lbs
(Super Featherweight – 8 Rounds)

Ruben Vega 117.5 lbs vs. Oscar Mojica 117 lbs
(Bantamweight – 6 Rounds)

Jesus Arechiga 122.25 lbs vs. David Martino 121.5 lbs
(Super Bantamweight – 6/4 Rounds)

Roberto Duran Jr. 145.75 lbs vs. Leonardo Pena 144.25 lbs
(Welterweight – 4 Rounds)


PHILADELPHIA, PAMichelle Rosado, who has been promoting her own boxing cards in Arizona and working behind the scenes on other shows in Pennsylvania, is taking the next step by staging her first card in Philadelphia on Friday evening, Feb. 8, at the 2300 Arena.

 Rosado’s Raging Babe company has been a trend-setter, and her Feb. 8card, dubbed “Philly Special,” will add to her resume.

 Coming to Philadelphia with a solid promotional background and a reputation for selling out venues, Rosado is no stranger to the area. She was born in Bristol Borough, attended Temple University, and she cut her teeth working with Hall-of-Fame promoter J Russell Peltz since 2014. Peltz will handle matchmaking duties.

 While promoting her first card in 2011 in Phoenix, AZ, Rosado was dubbed “Raging Babe” by Phoenix New Times.  The New Times and many in the boxing community credited her with re-energizing the professional boxing scene in Arizona. She promoted several events in Phoenix and Tucson before branching out and promoting shows in North Carolina, and assisting with several large promotions with Top Rank Boxing.  

 A master at making connections, Rosado brought together the women of boxing for the first Raging Babe Brunch in 2012, and has hosted several since to honor these women.  She also co-founded and hosted “The Morning Punch-in Show with RB and Jae,” a drive-time boxing radio show that was acclaimed throughout the industry for its unique format, sense of humor, and down-to-earth interviews.  She even boasts her own line of boxing apparel for men and women.

 Of all the projects Rosado has taken on, promoting boxing shows most complements her work ethic and dedication to the old school methods taught to her by Peltz, and practiced by boxing promotional legends.  She plans to combine those old-school methods with her new-school ways. Taking a page from the 2018 Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, Rosado has dubbed her first event “Philly Special.” The event promises to showcase some of Philly’s top talent in competitive fights, while honoring the rich history of Philadelphia boxing.

The main event and ticket information will be announced soon.

Gilberto Ramirez: “I Want to Finish the Year With a Knockout!”

“Zurdo” Ramirez to defend WBO super middleweight title against Jesse “Hollywood” Hart in a rematch of their 2017 brawl

10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PST on ESPN+

Undercard action on ESPN+ at 6:30 p.m. ET

Photos: Mikey Williams Top Rank

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Undefeated WBO super middleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (38-0, 25 KOs) and No. 1 contender Jesse “Hollywood” Hart (25-1, 21 KOs) have been here before. The two fought in September of last year, with Ramirez prevailing via tight unanimous decision.

The two will renew acquaintances Friday evening at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas, in a main event that will be streamed live on ESPN+ (10 p.m. ET). Undefeated 140-pounder Arnold Barboza Jr. (19-0, 7 KOs) will take on Manuel Lopez (14-2-1, 7 KOs) in the 10-round co-feature.

2016 U.S. Olympian Mikaela Mayer, 130-pound contender Jamel Herring, and bantamweight contender Joshua Greer Jr. will all look to steal the show on the undercard broadcast (ESPN+, 6:30 p.m. ET).

At Wednesday’s final press conference, this is what the fighters had to say.

Gilberto Ramirez

On the first Hart fight

“I dominated that fight. This fight will be no different. It will be only one side. My side.”

On returning to Corpus Christi, where he knocked out Habib Ahmed in February

“I’m really happy to be back in Corpus Christi. I started the year with a knockout in Corpus Christi, and I want to finish the year with a knockout, too. I hope everyone enjoys it.”

On a potential Canelo Alvarez fight

“I need to beat Jesse Hart and he needs to beat Rocky Fielding. Mexican versus Mexican, everybody would love to see that. If he wins and I win, let’s do it!”

Jesse Hart

On gaining revenge against Ramirez

“Things will be different because we corrected the little mistakes that didn’t go right the first time. I think with the mistakes that {trainer} Fred Jenkins corrected with me, and being on that stage and on that platform, I believe you will see a change in the outcome.”

On fighting for his father/trainer (Eugene “Cyclone” Hart, who won’t be attending the fight because of an illness)

“It means everything for my dad, to myself. Like I said, since I started boxing, me and my dad, we never dreamed of nothing else but being a world champion. I’m very blessed and very humbled by this opportunity I have again. I’m just going to go out there and put on the best performance I possibly can to bring home the victory.”

Manuel Lopez

On fighting as the co-feature

“It’s a huge blessing, for sure, and the fact that I’m going to be right before my main man here, Jesse Hart, makes it a whole lot better. We went to school together, so it makes it an even better opportunity. I’m very, very happy about it.”

On what it will take to beat Barboza

“It’s going to take hard work as it’s been. Hard work, dedication, and hopefully it will happen on Friday night. His birthday present is going to be his first ‘L.'” (Barboza’s birthday was Dec. 9)

Arnold Barboza Jr.

On fighting as the co-main event and potentially fighting for a world title in 2019

“We just put our head down and train. We’d been getting ready for a fight in November, which got moved to December. We’ve been training since our last fight ( a KO victory August 25 against Luis Solis). I wand to thank Top Rank for giving me the opportunity. I feel like I’ve passed every test that they’ve given me. From Mike Reed to tall fighters, pressure fighters, everything. He says he’s gonna give me a birthday present. My birthday present is gonna be celebrating my win. I’m going to look better than I ever have. I’ve been training the best I ever have, and I’m read to go.”

Mikaela Mayer

On her first full year as a pro {Friday will be her sixth fight of 2018}

“It definitely exceeded my expectations and my team’s. Top Rank has done a great job of moving me and I think given me the right fights, too, kind of just testing my skills and seeing where I’m at. I think that’s exactly what this next fight is going to be. They want to see where I am and see how much they can step me up in 2019, so I want to show them that I’m ready. I hope they keep me just as busy.”

On training in Colorado Springs alongside people like Jamel Herring.”

“I think it’s just the environment that makes it more exciting because I came from Team USA, where I’m training around teammates and it’s always a fun atmosphere. When you turn pro, sometimes you lost that team environment. Being able to train around fellow Olympians like Jamel, {in addition to} Terence Crawford, and still being close to the {U.S. Olympic} Training Center, it definitely keeps it exciting and more fun.”

Jamel Herring

On his 2018 campaign and training with Brian McIntyre and Terence Crawford

“It’s been great. As you can see, the proof is in the pudding. {From} my first fight with them and Top Rank back in May until now, we’ve been getting better. Like I said, the chemistry is great. I’m happy and honored to not only be with my new {training team}, but with Top Rank as well. We’re looking to close out the year strong and move on to bigger and better things in 2019.”

“I feel that with a good performance this weekend, a title opportunity will come in the new year. I’m very close. That’s why we wanted this fight. It’s very important to me. Not only to me, but to my team and my career.as a whole. Having Top Rank behind {me} has given me a lot. With a great performance this Friday, a lot of great things will come in the new year.”

Joshua Greer Jr.

On fighting for a regional title belt

“It feels good. All the hard work is paying off. I gotta thank Top Rank for the good job they’re doing, and I’m going to continue to do my part.”

On what he’s going to bring to the ring

“I got something real special for him. A new pillow. I went pillow shopping, so everything is going to come together.”

ESPN, 10 p.m. ET

Gilberto Ramirez (champion) vs. Jesse Hart (challenger), 12 rounds, WBO super middleweight world title

Arnold Barboza Jr. vs. Manuel Lopez, 10 rounds, super lightweight

ESPN+, 6:30 p.m. ET

Mikaela Mayer vs. Calixta Silgado, Mayer’s NABF super featherweight title

Joshua Greer Jr. vs. Daniel Lozano, 10 rounds, vacant WBC Continental Americas bantamweight title

Jamel Herring vs. Adeilson Dos Santos, 8 rounds, super featherweight

Gabriel Flores Jr. vs. Edward Kakembo, 6 rounds, lightweight

Ruben Vega vs.Oscar Mojica, 6 rounds, super flyweight

Jesus Arechiga vs. David Martino, 6 rounds, super bantamweight

Roberto Duran Jr. vs. Leonardo Pena, 4 rounds, welterweight

Zurdo and Hart Prepare for Super Middleweight Title Rematch

Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez to defend WBO super middleweight world title against Hart

LIVE on Friday at the American Bank Center, 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+
Undercard stream 
begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPN+

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Dec. 11, 2018) – Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez is seeking a fifth successful title defense. Jesse “Hollywood” Hart is out for revenge.

Ramirez (38-0, 25 KOs) will defend his WBO super middleweight world against Hart (25-1, 21 KOs) Friday at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas, site of his February knockout of Habib Ahmed. Ramirez bested Hart via unanimous decision last September in one of the finest world championship fights of 2017.

In the co-feature, unbeaten 140-pound contender Arnold Barboza Jr. (19-0, 7 KOs) will face Manuel Lopez (14-2-1, 7 KOs) in a 10-rounder.

Ramirez-Hart 2 and Barboza-Lopez will stream live at 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+ — the new multi-sport, direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer & International segment in conjunction with ESPN. The entire undercard, including appearances by female fighting sensation Mikaela Mayer, 130-pound contender Jamel Herring, Gabriel Flores Jr., and big-punching bantamweight Joshua Greer Jr. will stream live on ESPN+ beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.

Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Zapari Boxing Promotions, tickets to the Ramirez-Hart 2 world championship event are on sale now. Priced at $100, $65, $45, and $30, tickets may be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com, at the American Bank Center Box Office, Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST, or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

Hart and Ramirez worked out for the media Tuesday at Corpus Christi Boxing Club. This is what they had to say.

Gilberto Ramirez

“I’m coming to Corpus Christi to give the fans a great fight. I have very good memories of the last time I fought here. They treated me well. I felt right at home, and that’s why I asked to fight here again. I will not let them down. I will close the year the same way I started it, with a knockout win in Corpus Christi!”

“I don’t take this fight as a rematch. The first one was a good fight, but I beat him clearly. For this fight, I’m coming better prepared mentally and physically. I’m focused on taking care of business and winning convincingly.”

Jesse Hart

“Camp was great. It was real tough because I did things l never did before. I chopped wood for the first time. I climbed rope. Going into camp this time, I was in tremendous shape. I didn’t take any time off after my last fight. I knew the rematch was looming, so I stayed hungry and ready to go. After I win this title, I’m definitely going to take a vacation and spend time with my daughter and my family.”

“Right after the decision, I wanted to fight Gilberto again. When you look at all of his opponents, I was his only opponent that came close to beating him. He’s fought a lot of credible guys, but no one came as close as me.”

“I’ve never been more ready for a fight in my life. Gilberto Ramirez is going to see a different fighter this time around. All I can do is keep honing my craft and get better.”

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Henderson Captures the UBF Super Middleweight Title In Philly.

Report: Damon Gonzalez

Photo credits: Kenny Lugwig

Philadelphia, PA. Super Middleweight Kalvin “Hot Sauce” Henderson (11-0, 7 KO’s) from Fayetteville, Arkansas was the spoiler by beating tough

Brandon “Broncos” Robinson (11-2, 8 KO’s) by ways of TKO victory at the 2:08 second mark of round seven for the UBF Super Middleweight Title. Friday night at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA. Presented by Marshall Kauffman’s Kings Promotions.

In the Co-Main Event of the evening Heavyweight Paul “The Machine” Koon (4-0, 1 KO’s) outworked journeymen Rodriguez Cade (2-3, 2 KO’s) from Monroe, Georgia by scoring a unanimous decision victory.

Super Bantamweight Romuel “Cuco” Cruz (3-0-1, 1 KO’s) from Philadelphia, PA. scores a unanimous decision victory over Hugo Rodriquez (0-2) from Monterrey, Mexico.

Middleweight puncher Isaiah Wise (7-2-1, 4 KO’s) from Philadelphia, PA. scores a TKO victory against Andy Gonzales (6-4, 5 KO’s) from Worcester, Mass.

Light Heavyweight sensation Travis Toledo (4-0, 3 KO’s) from Baltimore, MD. finishes off

Ronnie Lawrence (0-3) from Philadelphia, PA. at the official time of 2:30 seconds of round one by TKO victory.

Super Lightweights James Brenadin (2-0-1, 1 KO) from Lancaster, PA. battles Sheldon Deverteuil (1-0-2) to a majority draw.

Loma Did He Leave His Best In The Garden Against Pedraza.


Loma Did He Leave His Best In The Garden Against Pedraza.

New York, N.Y. – WBA lightweight champion Vasiliy Lomachenko (12-1, 9 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision to take the belt of WBO lightweight champion Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (25-2, 12 KOs) in a lightweight unification clash on Saturday night at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

It was a tactical fight with Pedraza matching the pressure but Loma not dominating in normal Loma fashion until round eleven when he exploded and battered Pedraza to post with two knockdowns. Pedraza raises flags in the match using great movement and popping the jab on Loma all night long, to say the least I had the fight way closer then the official scores that were 119-107, 117-109, 117-109.


@lomachenkovasiliy vs. @sniper.pedraza

The @worldboxingorg world title will be on the line

@lomachenkovasiliy vs. @sniper.pedraza

Saturday December 8th Hulu Theater at @thegarden in New York City. @espn

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@oshaaj @americanlovemachine

@crystinaponcher @4mikeywilliams @mrgardyroots @BruceTrampler @jasonmtang @lavozdelbox @espn


Lopez The New King of Brooklyn

New York, N.Y. – Unbeaten lightweight Teofimo Lopez (11-0, 9 KOs) from Brooklyn, N.Y. Destroyed Mason Menard (34-4, 24 KOs) in .44 seconds of round number one by KO victory. An overhand right laid out Menard who dropped like a tree falling in slow motion.

Lopes jumping right on Menard right from the opening bell of round one, Menard never got into the fight responded in defense to Lopez shots but left himself a wide open target.


@lomachenkovasiliy vs. @sniper.pedraza

The @worldboxingorg world title will be on the line

@lomachenkovasiliy vs. @sniper.pedraza

Saturday December 8th Hulu Theater at @thegarden in New York City. @espn

@trboxing @BobArum @ToddDuboef

@oshaaj @americanlovemachine

@crystinaponcher @4mikeywilliams @mrgardyroots @BruceTrampler @jasonmtang @lavozdelbox @espn


@j_lopezny @jlopezawa @splittmgmt @joematchmaker

#TheTakeOver #BrooklynMade

By Damon Gonzalez/Latinbox Sports