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Looks for Biggest Fights in Second Half of 2019.

New York, NY – Women’s boxing superstar Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano (36-1-1, 27 KOs) has been named the “Athlete of the Year” by the 62nd Annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade Committee ahead of their famed annual parade on Sunday, June 9, in New York City.

Winner of world titles in a record seven weight divisions, Serrano is overwhelmed with excitement by the honor. “The Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City is the biggest day of the year for me to celebrate my homeland. For many years, my family and I have attended and to be recognized in this manner for my accomplishments means a great deal to me,” said Serrano. @dibellaent @loudibella

GGG: Saunders Who

@gggboxing Gennadiy Golovkin asked about Billy Joe Saunders: “Let’s not talk about Saunders. Why talk about Saunders? If somebody wants to fight, we’ll consider it. They should all line up, form a line… Come on guys, he’s not serious. If you want serious, just ask me a serious question.” @saundersbillyjoe

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Cuban Standout Ramirez Inks with Top Rank

Kissimmee, FL. – Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Robeisy Ramirez has joined the Top Rank team!

Ramírez from Cienfuegos, Cuba. A product of the highly renowned Cuban School of Boxing, Ramirez is a two time Olympic gold medalist.

In the flyweight boxing at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London he beat Nyambayaryn Tögstsogt to claim his first Olympic gold medal. In the bantamweight boxing at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro he beat Shakur Stevenson to claim his second Olympic gold medal.

Bronze Bomber Bombs Breazeale

@bronzebomber WBC heavyweight world champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) annihilated mandatory challenger Dominic “Trouble” Breazeale (20-2, 18 KOs) in the first round on Saturday night at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Wilder rocked Breazeale early on. A flush right hand laid out Breazeale to end it. Breazeale was counted out at 2:17.

DEONTAY WILDER “Everything just came out of me tonight. I know it’s been a big build up. There’s been a lot of animosity and a lot of words that were said and it just came out of me tonight. That’s what makes boxing so great. “I just told Breazeale I love him and of course I want to see him go home to his family. I know we say some things, but when you can fight a man and then you can hug him and kiss him, I wish the world was like that. We shake hands and we live to see another day and that’s what it’s all about. “I understand what Tyson Fury did. When you get dropped on the canvas like that I understand you have to get yourself back together. But the rematch will happen, like all these other fights will happen. The great thing is all these fights are in discussion. The big fights will happen. I just want you to have patience. “You know what the saying is Jim, good things come to those who wait. “I saw him slow up a little bit. When I hit him with the right hand the first time his body language changed. When you’ve been in with so many guys you can recognize body language. “

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Inoue’s trainer-father pushed by Team Rodriguez member at Media Workout in Glasgow!

Inoue’s trainer-father pushed by Team Rodriguez member at Media Workout in Glasgow!

Things got heated between Team Inoue and Team Rodriguez at Tuesday’s workout ahead of Saturday’s sensational WBSS semi-finals at the SSE Hydro; Naoya Inoue vs. Emmanuel Rodriguez and Josh Taylor vs Ivan Baranchyk.

A member of Rodriguez’s team pushed Inoue’s father and trainer, Shingo Inoue when he was taking photos of the Puerto Rican IBF titleholder who performed his training with renowned coach Freddie Roach.

“It was an open workout so naturally I was taking pictures and using the phone. A guy came over, after staring down at us from the ring, and said I couldn’t do it and pushed me aside. That was very ungentlemanlike,” said Shingo Inoue after his son’s workout.

“The two fighters who have actually trained for this that’s what we are here to see and who is the better fighter. Outside of the ring, nothing needs to be hostile.”

Tensions were running high, but Team Inoue is not going to use it as fuel in Saturday’s semi-final.

“I don’t think of those petty things and get emotional. It’s between Inoue and Rodriguez and that’s what they are here for. Let them work it out,” concluded The Ring Magazine’s ‘2018 Trainer of the Year’.

Team Rodriguez didn’t stay to watch Inoue’s workout, but the champion himself was in a good and talkative mood after his session. And he made it clear that he is in Scotland to make a statement.

“We are going to shut some mouths,” said Rodriguez referring to Inoue being called the favourite by press and boxing fans. “I am going to take it round by round and in the end, I will win either by KO or decision.”

Naoya Inoue didn’t see the incident with his father, but he was oozing self-confidence and fully focused on the task ahead of him.

“I am in great shape, I can’t wait for the fight. I am going to knockout Rodriguez on Saturday,” said the WBA champion. “I can’t predict the round, but I am going for the KO and it will happen sooner or later. I know what everyone is expecting from me.”

Tickets for the Monster WBSS Semi-Finals night, Ivan Baranchyk vs Josh Taylor and Naoya Inoue vs Emmanuel Rodriguez on 18 May at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland are on sale now from

All the action will be live on DAZN in the U.S. and Sky Sports in the U.K.

Dutchover Destroys Cristobal In One

Undefeated super lightweight prospect Michael Dutchover (13-0, 10 KOs) knocked out late replacement Rosekie Cristobal (15-4, 11 KOs) in the first round of his TV debut. A hook to the liver put Cristobal down for the count. Time was 1:46.


@ruben_villa4 faces #LuisAlbertoLopez this #Friday in the #MAINEVENT on @ShowtimeBoxing’s #ShoBox series, & @MDutchoverbox makes his #TV debut against #RamonMascarena in the #CoFeature! #RV4 #MD #Boxing @thompsonboxing #boxeo

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Villa Dominates Lopez

Undefeated featherweight Ruben Villa (16-0, 5 KOs) outworked Luis Alberto Lopez (17-2, 8 KOs) over ten rounds on Friday night at Omega Products Events Center in Corona, California. Scores were 98-92, 97-93, 96-94. Villa claimed the vacant @worldboxingorg WBO International featherweight title.


@ruben_villa4 faces #LuisAlbertoLopez this #Friday in the #MAINEVENT on @ShowtimeBoxing’s #ShoBox series, & @MDutchoverbox makes his #TV debut against #RamonMascarena in the #CoFeature! #RV4 #MD #Boxing @thompsonboxing #boxeo

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