Kyoguchi – Hisada Make Weight in Japan

#KyoguchiHisada Make weight at the Press Conference

Hiroto Kyoguchi (13-0, 9 KO’s) from Tokyo, Japan will collide against Tetsuya Hisada (34-9-2, 20 KO’s) from Osaka, Japan for the WBA Super World Light Flyweight Title on Tuesday October 1, 2019 at EDISON Arena in Osaka, Japan. Presented by Jitsuo Harada’s – Harada Promotions.

Photo credits: Naoki Fukuda 📸🇯🇵 @naobox2001


2019年10月1日火曜日、エディソンアリーナで開催されるWBAスーパーワールドライトフライ級タイトルで、東京の京口裕人(13-0、9 KO)が日本の大阪の久田哲也(34-9-2、20 KO)と衝突します 大阪、日本。 原田実夫の原田プロモーションが発表。


Earley wins The NBA Americas Title In Charlotte, North Carolina

Earley wins The NBA Americas Title In Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte,N.C. – LaVonte “The World Class Gentleman” Earley (10-0, 5 KO’s) scores a had fought unanimous decision victory over very tough Marklin Bailey on Saturday night at the Extravaganza 1610 N. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC. As Earley winning the NBA Americas Jr. Welterweight Title. Presented by Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions, 4M Fitness. #NBABoxing @lmecf A special thanks to boxing promoter LaVonda Earley-Stacey and The North Carolina Boxing Authority for your hard work and professionalism.

Photo credits:

Amber Faust, Charlotte’s Best Magazine. @_amberfaustphotography_

#nbaboxing #boxeo #sports #vegasgrandboxingpromotions

Cutler Sharp In Victory Over Ambomo

Middleweight Lee Cutler (6-0, 3 KO’s) from Bournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom fights his way to a unanimous decision victory over Serge Ambomo from Ngoksa, Cameroon

On Saturday September 21, 2019 at the 02 Academy,

Dorset, Bournemouth, United Kingdom Presented by

Steve Bendall’s –

Bendall’s Boxing Promotions.

Photo credits: Chris Royle 📸


#BritishBoxing Middleweight Lee Cutler (6-0, 3 KO’s) from Bournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom fights his way to a unanimous decision victory over Serge Ambomo from Ngoksa, Cameroon

On Saturday September 21, 2019 at the 02 Academy,

Dorset, Bournemouth, United Kingdom Presented by

Steve Bendall’s –

Bendall’s Boxing Promotions.

Photo credits: Chris Royle 📸



Aquino Shines In Pro Debut

Aquino Shines In Pro Debut


Puerto Rico – The former bronze medalist at the Central American and Caribbean Games (Barranquilla 2018), Puerto Rico’s Stephanie “The Medicine” Piñeiro (1-0), demonstrated that she is the new face of the Female boxing in Puerto Rico by scoring a unanimous decision victory over the fierce Mexican boxer, Annette “La Chaparra” Pabello (3-4, 1KO) in her pro debut last night in Puerto Rico.

Photo credits: Bryan Quiles/Universal Promotions

🇵🇷 Lightweight sensation Stephanie Piñeiro Aquino set to make her long awaited professional debut in the ring on Saturday September 14, 2019 at the Coliseo Juanito Cabello in Cidra, Puerto Rico. Presented by Javier Bustillo’s Universal Promotions Puerto Rico.


Tyson Fury on Fire With Decision Over Otto Wallin

Photo Credit: Mikey Williams/Top Rank)

Report: Damon Gonzalez/Latinbox Sports

LAS VEGAS – Tyson Fury overcame a terrible cut and a stiff challenge from Otto Wallin to successfully defend his lineal heavyweight title via unanimous decision (116-112, 117-111, 118-110) in front of 8,249 fans at T-Mobile Arena Saturday evening.

Fury, cut from a punch in the third round, survived some anxious moments and rebounded to take control of the bout.

Wallin buzzed Fury in the 12th round with a left hand, but Fury weathered the last-ditch effort. Fury now has his sights set on a much-discussed early 2020 rematch with WBC world champion Deontay Wilder.

“Congrats to Otto – and God bless his father and let him rest in peace,” Fury said. “He would be very proud of Otto’s performance.

“It was a great fight I got cut earlier on the eyelid and changed the fight completely. I couldn’t see out of the left eye and there was a lot of clashes.

“Deontay Wilder, I want you next, bum!

Navarrete KOs Elorde

Four weeks removed from his last fight, Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete stopped No. 2 contender Juan Miguel Elorde in four rounds to retain his WBO junior featherweight world title for the third time.

Navarrete knocked down Elorde in the third round and had him in trouble in the fourth, forcing referee Russell Mora to stop the fight.

“I’m happy because I think I put on a great performance. Fortunately, my opponent is OK, and I came out here to put on a show,” Navarrete said. “I hope the fans enjoyed it on my very first Las Vegas show on Mexican Independence Day Weekend. ‘Vaquero’ Navarrete is here to stay.”

— Jose “Chon” Zepeda, who gave current WBC/WBO super lightweight world champion Jose Ramirez all he could handle in February, won a clear 10-round unanimous decision over former two-weight world champion Jose “Sniper” Pedraza.

All three judges scored the bout 97-93.

“It’s probably one of the best days of my life. It’s Mexican Independence Day. I was giving everything for Mexico,” Zepeda said. “I guess persistence {was the key to victory}. The people here were giving me excitement to go get him, to go after this guy. We knew that he was a hell of a boxer. Thank God I’m the third one that beat him. The other two were elite fighters. I’m happy for that.

“There were talks that maybe the winner of this fight would go after Ramirez. For me, the rematch, I would like that. It was a very close fight. A lot of people thought I won, a lot of people thought he won. I would love a rematch. I think the people would love it, too.”

Said Pedraza: “It was a very good fight. He looked very well, and I just couldn’t do any of the things I wanted to do. Nothing came out the way I wanted. The instruction from my corner was to throw more punches, but nothing was going my way.

“This was my debut at 140. I felt good. I will meet with my team to evaluate if we stay at 140, or if we move down in weight.


In the opening bout of the night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, Presented by Top Rank Boxing

Super Bantamweight Iskander Kharson (7-0, 6 KO’s) from Henderson, New York gets a victory in a big way tonight by retiring Isidro Ochoa (7-1, 3 KO’s) from Fresno, CA. who didn’t come out his corner for round six.

 Kharson fought very smart keeping the pressure on Ochoa dropping him to the canvas in round five by a straight right hand, Ochoa couldn’t recover as the red corner called the fight before the sixth by TKO victory for Kharson.

Lightweight sensation Gabriel Flores, Jr. from Stockton, CA. goes to (15-0, 6 KO’s) after scoring a unanimous decision victory in a dominating performance against a very tough Miguel Angel Aispuro (12-9-2, 8 KO’s) from Cancun, Mexico.

Flores, Jr. was ahead of Aispuro in every round as all three judges score the contest 60-54 in favor of Flores, Jr.

Super Featherweight Isaac “The West Gate Warrior” Lowe (19-0-3, 6 KO’s) suffers an injured but was able to pull out the unanimous decision win over Ruben Garcia Hernandez (25-5-2, 11 KO’s) judges official scores 77-75 twice and 78-74 for Lowe.

Super Flyweight veteran Carlos Cuadras (‪39-3-1‬, 27 KO’s) from Mexico City, Mexico. Continues to show his boxing skills by scoring a majority decision victory over Jose Maria Cardenas (17-5, 14 KO’s) from Tijuana, Mexico.

Cardenas made the fight interesting early on by connecting with hard counter shots on Cuadras who made the adjustments and stayed on Cardenas as the official scores were 95-95, 96-94 twice for Cuadras.  

Ito Crushes Manakane In Six


Ito Crushes Manakane In Six

Tokyo, Japan – Former WBO Super Featherweight Champion

Masayuki Ito (26-2-1, 14 KO’s) from Tokyo, Japan Returns to the ring last night scoring a six round TKO stoppage over Ruben Manakane from Jakarta, Indonesia in-front of a sold out crowed at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The fight card was presented by

Ichitaro Ishii’s Yokohama Hikari Promotions.

Photo credits: Naoki Fukuda


東京、日本からの伊藤雅之(26-2-1、14 KO’s)は、東京の後楽園ホールで売り切れた鳴き声の前で、インドネシアのジャカルタからルーベン・マナカネを介して6ラウンドのTKO停止を記録して昨夜リングに戻り、 日本。 ファイトカードは



@naobox2001 📸🇯🇵

#FujiBoxing #TheJudge


Hanagata wins the IBF Female Atomweight Title In a split decision

Tokyo, Japan – Saemi Hanagata (16-7-4, 7 KO’s) from Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan just did enough to pull out a tenth round split decision victory over very tough Nao Ikeyama (18-6-4, 5 KO’s) from Kyoto, Japan

winning the IBF Female Atomweight Title

on Thursday night at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Bouts presented by

Reason Taiki Promotions.

Photo credits: Naoki Fukuda @naobox2001

@ibfboxing @ibfboxingofficial

神奈川県横浜市の花形gata美(16-7-4、7 KO)は、京都からの非常にタフな池山直(18-6-4、5 KO)に対する第10ラウンドの分割決定勝利を引き出すのに十分でした。


木曜日の夜、東京の後楽園ホールで。 によって提示された試合


写真提供:福田直樹@ naobox2001

@ibfboxing @ibfboxingofficial


 Tickets on Sale Wednesday, Sept. 18!
 LOS ANGELES -Canelo Alvarez (51-1-2, 34 KOs), the face of boxing and the king of the middleweight division, will take on a new challenge as he moves into the 175-pound weight class in a 12-round bout against champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (34-3-1, 28 KOs) for the WBO Light Heavyweight World Title. The event will take place Saturday, Nov. 2 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas and will be streamed exclusively live on DAZN in all of its nine markets, including the United States, Canada, Brazil, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Japan.
Tickets for Canelo vs. Kovalev are priced at $1,754, $1,254, $854, $654, $404 and $204, not including applicable service charges and taxes. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849). Tickets also will be available for purchase at
“We promised to make this fight happen, and now we are delivering it,” said Oscar De La Hoya, Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy. “Historic fights have been a hallmark of this company, and we are pleased to once again live up to the high expectations we’ve set for our fans. The best pound-for-pound fighter is also boxing’s biggest star. Few fighters in boxing’s history can claim to be both like Canelo Alvarez. Now, he’ll look to become a four-division world champion against one of the most dangerous fighters of recent years, and I’m certain that he will stop him. There’s no better home for this than on the DAZN platform or live at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.”
Canelo, the 29-year-old native of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, became the face of boxing by taking on some of the biggest names in the sport. At 154 pounds, Canelo captured several world titles and defeated the likes of Austin “No Doubt” Trout, Sugar Shane Mosley, Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo, Erislandy “The American Dream” Lara and Liam “Beefy” Smith. 
At 160 pounds, Canelo defeated Gennady “GGG” Golovkin and Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs to establish himself as the king of the middleweight division. And, shortly after signing a groundbreaking partnership with global sports streaming giant DAZN, Canelo moved into the 168-pound division by stopping Rocky Fielding in three rounds to become the WBA Super Middleweight World Champion.
Canelo will now look to make history once again by becoming the second Mexican boxer to hold a world title in the light heavyweight division, a feat only done by Julio Cesar Gonzalez in 2003. The pound-for-pound king will at the same time join an elite group of four-division world champions from Mexico. 
“The second phase of my career is continuing just as we had planned, and that’s why we are continuing to make great fights to enter into the history books of boxing,” said Canelo Alvarez. “That’s also why I’ve decided to jump two weight classes against one of the most feared champions of recent years. Kovalev is a dangerous puncher, and he’s naturally the bigger man, but that’s the kind of challenges and risks that I like to face.”
On November 2nd, Kovalev, 36, will participate in his 17thconsecutive world title bout and the most lucrative fight of his career against the biggest star in boxing. A Russian knockout artist and three-time light heavyweight world champion, “Krusher” is no stranger to fighting in hostile territory. He captured the WBO Light Heavyweight World Title in 2013 when he traveled to Wales and scored a stunning knockout of Nathan Cleverly. Kovalev traveled to Atlantic City to meet future Hall of Famer Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins near his Philadelphia home to unify the WBO, WBA and IBF titles with a lopsided unanimous decision victory in 2014.As unified champion, “Krusher” successfully defended his titles twice against current WBA Interim Light Heavyweight titleholder Jean Pascal in Pascal’s hometown of Montreal, scoring a stoppage victory both times.
Kovalev suffered two controversial losses to former Olympic Gold medalist Andre Ward (in 2016 and 2017) and a surprise upset to Eleider Alvarez last year, but quickly regained his WBO Light Heavyweight Title each time. In August, the road warrior finally got the chance to fight in his own hometown of Chelyabinsk, Russia, stopping undefeated mandatory challenger Anthony Yarde in a sold-out arena.
When asked about this fight, Kovalev said, “In order to be the best you have to beat the best. I have always tried to fight the toughest opponents in my division, but many have ducked me throughout my career. Canelo wanted to fight me; to step up to higher weight and challenge for my belt. I will be ready on November 2nd. Thank you, Main Events, Kathy Duva, Egis Klimas, DAZN and Canelo for making this fight happen.”
“Canelo is to be praised for asking to challenge Sergey Kovalev,” added Main Events’ CEO Kathy Duva. “Win or lose, he will make history and Sergey is extremely pleased to get the chance to test his mettle against another future Hall of Famer.” She continued, “Anyone who cares at all about the Sweet Science should circle November 2ndon their calendar. I have a feeling that this will be one for the ages.”
“Canelo vs. Kovalev is a fascinating matchup between champions that will highlight our entire season of premium fights on DAZN over the next several months,” said DAZN Group Executive Chairman John Skipper. “Simply stated, this is the best schedule in boxing history.”
Richard Sturm, President of Las Vegas Live Entertainment and Sports, said, “We look forward to hosting this tremendous matchup between Canelo and Kovalev at MGM Grand in November. These two great fighters always put on a fantastic show and we are confident they will, once again, provide boxing fans worldwide a thrilling fight when they return to Las Vegas.”
Canelo vs. Kovalev is a 12-round fight for the WBO Light Heavyweight World Title presented by Golden Boy, Main Events and Krusher Promotions. The event is sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING,” Hennessy “Never Stop. Never Settle” and Brand-New Grapefruit Crush, Knockout Flavor.The event will take place Saturday, Nov. 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and will be streamed live exclusively on DAZN.

World Champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk Attends Ukrainian Festival in Philly

Photo credits: Daryl Cobb 📸

Oleksandr “The Nail” Gvozdyk, who is the reigning WBC Light Heavyweight World Champion, attended the Philadelphia Ukrainian Food and Culture Festival Saturday at St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church.

Oleksandr Gvozdyk (17-0, 14KO) fights Saturday October 18th at Temple University’s Liacouras Center versus Russia’s Artur Beterbiev, who currently holds the IBF Light Heavyweight Title.  The winner will be awarded both titles, making him the unified champion in the division.

At the festival, Gvozdyk met with attendees, many of whom brought boxing gloves and memorabilia for him to sign.  He was accompanied by his trainer, Hall of Fame trainer/broadcaster Teddy Atlas.

We have included photos of the event for your pleasure, and encourage you to share with your contacts.  We hope to see you at the Oleksandr Gvozdyk-Artur Beterbiev fight on 10/18 and will keep you posted on upcoming pre-fight meet & greet activities.

Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Peltz Boxing, tickets priced at $150, $90, $75 and $50 (not including applicable fees) can be purchased at the Liacouras Center Box Office,<