Cuevas Crushes Paniagua

Atlantic City,N.J. – Lightweight Jeremy Cuevas from Philadelphia, PA. finishes off Nestor Paniagua at the official time 2:55 seconds of round two by TKO victory.
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Mark Reyes, Jr. collides against Gabriel Fernando Punalef Calfin in the Main Event


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Mark Reyes, Jr. collides against Gabriel Fernando Punalef Calfin in the Main Event

Tampa, Florida. – Boxing Promoter Ivan Echevarria’s Pier 6 Promotions returns on Saturday March 14, 2020 at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC Auditorium 522 North Howard Ave, Tampa, Florida 33606

Welterweight sensation Tampa Bay’s own Mark Reyes, Jr. collides against slick puncher Gabriel Fernando Punalef Calfin in a 8 round Main Event

Veteran Middleweight “Silky” Wilky Campfort (25-3) hometown favorite Tampa-Based buzzsaw has certainly proved himself as a future big-money fighter, Campfort approach involves high-intensity attacking, primarily on the inside or at mid range as Campfort returns to the ring in a 6 round co-main event.

Super Flyweight Jose “Jaws” Ocasio (4-1, 4 KO) from Ocala, Florida. Certainly there is a growing perspective that he is closing in popularity here in Florida and throughout the country, Ocasio will fight in a four round attraction.

Heavyweight Lenroy “TNT” Thomas (23-5-1, 11 KO) from St. Petersburg, Florida developed a positive reputation outside the ring traveling the country helping other top contender Heavyweights in their training camps. Thomas best interest lie in his return this Saturday in a 8 round attraction.

Julio “Macho” Solis coming off a knockout victory in Kissimmee, Florida he is a small dangerous fighter brilliant boxer-puncher and very exciting to watch as he will fight in a 4 round attraction come this Saturday.

Welterweight Elijah Morales (4-0) brings his power punching to Tampa in a 4 round attraction, Morales tough as nails a big hitter that likes to scrap, he throws a high volume of punches and likes to mix it up.

Jr. Welterweight Josué Loyola (4-1-0) broke through in the local seen certainly one of the hardest punchers in the south, Despite his one loss Loyola looks to emerge in 2020 with electronic fights to please his fans as he returns in a 4 round attraction this Saturday.

Super Flyweight Brian Cannady (9-0) a very fun fighter to watch in action, he has a educated jab and throws beautiful combinations, Cannady returns to the ring in a 6 round attraction.

Jr. Flyweight Ricardo Caraballo (3-1-0) returns in a 4 round attraction.

Middleweight Quinton Willis (11-4-2) will fight in a 6 round attraction.

Middleweight Angel Jose IIarraza Perez will step into the ring making his pro debut in a 4 round attraction.

Jr. Lightweight Jean Guerra Vargas (1-0) will be fighting in a 4 round attraction.

All fights and fighters are subject to change.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. ET, first fight at 7 p.m. ET.

Ticket information contact

Ivan Echevarria 1 (813) 309-9991


‘King Kong’ produces career-best win over former World Champion

Dublin’s Jono Carrollproduced a career-best performance to stop former World Champion Scott Quigg at Manchester Arena, live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US. 

‘King Kong’ dominated from the opening bell before the former WBA Super-Bantamweight Champion’s corner threw in the towel in the 11th round after a sustained attack from the Irishman. 

After a fiery build-up to their crunch Super-Featherweight showdown, the rivals finally got to settle their differences in the top-of-the-bill clash which ended with Bury’s Quigg pondering his future in the ring.

“He was the better man. I was chasing him,” said an emotional Quigg afterwards. “Fitness-wise was no problem but my timing wasn’t there.

“I’m a realist and I don’t kid anyone. This was a must-win fight. At my best I would have won tonight. On this performance, I don’t know what’s left.

“I couldn’t have achieved anymore. I cut no corners. I beat World Champions, sold out arenas. If this is it, thank you.”

“Scott was one of my idols growing up but this is my time, tonight I showed my quality,” said Carroll.

Manchester Heavyweight Hughie Fury bounced back from his August defeat to former World Champion Alexander Povetkin by knocking out the Czech Republic’s Pavel Sour in three rounds to rekindle his World Heavyweight Title hopes.

Liverpool Super-Welterweight Anthony Fowler dropped late stand in Theophilus Tetteh three times on route to a first round stoppage win to stay on course for a mouth-watering rematch with Preston’s Scott Fitzgerald later this year. 

“I’m coming for you son,” said Fowler. “Let’s have a 12-round war for the fans, you will not beat me this time.”

Zach Parker stopped Rohan Murdock in the penultimate round to win the WBO International Super-Middleweight Title. The undefeated Derbyshire fighter took control of the fight after the halfway stage and floored the Australian No.1 with a left hook in the 11th round to force a stoppage and secure top ranking with the WBO.

Jack Cullen stopped Tomas Andres Reynoso in two rounds to return to winning ways and set up an exciting clash with Ireland’s Jason Quigley on the Whyte-Povetkin undercard on May 2.

Robbie Davies Jrsecured a shutout win over Damian Leonardo Yapur in his first fight since teaming up with new trainer Dominic Ingle. Davies Jr dominated the Argentine over eight rounds to claim an 80-72 decision on his return to the ring after losing to super-lightweight rival Lewis Ritson in a domestic thriller in October.

Dalton Smith claimed his third straight stoppage with a TKO victory over Benson Nyilawila. The former amateur star from Sheffield dropped southpaw Nyilawila in every round before the referee’s intervention in the fourth to extend his record in the pro ranks to 5-0.

‘The Albanian Bear’ Reshat Mati progressed to 7-0 (5 KOs)with a second round KO win, Oldham Lightweight Aqib Fiazearned a shutout 40-36 points win over Dean Jones to move to 5-0, Ricky Hatton-trained Super-Bantamweight prospect Ibrahim Nadim moved to 2-0 with a 39-37 points win over Stefan Nicolae, Stretford Middleweight Bradley Rea decisioned Pavol Garaj to earn his ninth win as a pro and Liverpool Super-Flyweight Blane Hyland claimed the third win of his career by outpointing Joel Sanchez.Our mailing address is:
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Medellin Beats Ramos In Split Decision for the NBA Intercontinental Featherweight Title

Laredo, Texas – Nestor “Tiburon” Medellin (9-0, 4 KO’s) from Matanos, Tamaulipas, Mexico remains undefeated after scoring a split decision winning the NBA Intercontinental Featherweight Title over Jorge “El Gallo Giro” Ramos (7-2-1, 4 KO’s) from Laredo, Texas. Judges Scorecard
78-74 Ramos
77-75 Medellin
77-75 Medellin


Light Heavyweights Rodolfo Gomez, Jr. 🆚 Nosa Divine Nehikhare will battle in the main event Friday March 6, 2020 at the Sames Auto Arena in Laredo, Texas.
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Ferreyro Battles Sanchez to a Unanimous decision Win

Laredo, Texas – Light Heavyweight sensation Hector Ferreyro, Jr. (4-0, 1 KO) from Laredo, Texas scores a hard fought unanimous decision victory over very tough Gilbert Sanchez (0-1) from Laredo, Texas. All three Judges turn in identical scores 40-35 in favor for Ferreyro, Jr.



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Molina Stops Loera In Two

Laredo, Texas – Super Welterweight Nick Molina (3-0, 3 KO) from Laredo, Texas waisted no time jumping right on Juan Loera (2-2, 1 KO) from McAllen, Texas. as the referee seen enough punishment calling a holt to the contest at the official time .58 seconds of round two by TKO victory for Molina.


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CARROLL: “FEATHER FISTS? WE’LL SEE!”‘King Kong’ makes KO prediction vs. Quigg in Manchester

Jono Carroll has predicted an eighth round stoppage win against Scott Quiggwhen the rivals collide in a crunch Super-Featherweight clash at Manchester Arena on Saturday March 7, live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US. 

Carroll (17-1-1, 3 KOs) warned former WBA Super-Bantamweight World Champion Quigg of his ability to “break people down” and “break people’s hearts” and the Dublin man believes a win this weekend will put him back in line for a World Title shot later this year. 

“Scott thinks I have feather fists? We’ll see,” said Carroll. “These feather fists will do a lot of damage. He’s a strong opponent and Oscar Valdez, who can bang, couldn’t get him out of there. I don’t hit that hard but I can break people down, I can break people’s hearts.

“Quigg is a massive name and a former champion but he has to pass that torch to me now. It’s my turn. He’s had his day. He’s a good, seasoned pro fighter and I can’t overlook that. I’m prepared for the world champion, the best him, but I feel like it’s my time now.

“I’ve been training my brain, training different attributes to normal. Quigg is such a big name that it’s not hard to get up at 6am for a jog or to push yourself to exhaustion. It’s my time. Pass me that torch, Scott! For some reason I’m thinking round eight.”

Quigg vs. Carroll tops a big night of action in Manchester, the No.1 and No.2 WBO Super-Middleweight contenders Zach Parker (18-0, 12 KOs) and Rohan Murdock (24-1, 7 KOs) collide, Anthony Fowler(11-1, 8 KOs) fights for the first time under Shane McGuigan, Manchester Heavyweight contender Hughie Fury (23-3, 13 KOs meets Pavel Sour(11-2, 6 KOs), Liverpool Super-Lightweight contender Robbie Davies Jr (19-2, 13 KOs) fights for the first time under new trainer Dominic Ingle, Bolton’s Jack Cullen (17-2, 8 KOs) returns after his FOTY contender with Felix Cash, Sheffield Super-Lightweight ace Dalton Smith (4-0, 3 KOs) keeps busy, ‘The Albanian Bear’ Reshat Mati (6-0, 4 KO’s) makes his UK debut in a Welterweight contest, Ricky Hatton-trained Super-Featherweight Ibrahim Nadim (1-0) looks to impress and there’s action for Oldham Lightweight Aqib Fiaz (4-0), Liverpool Super-Flyweight Blane Hyland (2-0) and Stretford Middleweight Bradley Rea (8-0, 3 KOs).

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Top Welterweight & Minneapolis Native Jamal James Takes On Former Title Challenger Thomas Dulorme for Interim WBA Welterweight Title Headlining FOX PBC Fight Night & on FOX Deportes Saturday, April 11 from The Armory in Minneapolis

Top Welterweight & Minneapolis Native Jamal James Takes On Former Title Challenger Thomas Dulorme for Interim WBA Welterweight Title Headlining FOX PBC Fight Night & on FOX Deportes Saturday, April 11 from The Armory in MinneapolisCuban Sensation David Morrell Jr. Steps Up in the Co-Main Event to Face Unbeaten Lennox Allen in Interim WBA Super Middleweight Title MatchPlus! Top Super Welterweight Prospect Joey Spencer Appears in Televised Opener.

MINNEAPOLIS – Top welterweight and Minneapolis native Jamal “Shango” James will face former title challenger Thomas Dulorme for the Interim WBA Welterweight Title in the FOX PBC Fight Night main event and on FOX Deportes Saturday, April 11 as James returns to The Armory in Minneapolis for his fifth-straight fight. FOX PBC Fight Night begins at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and features Minneapolis-based Cuban sensation David Morrell Jr. stepping up in his third pro fight to face unbeaten Lennox Allen in an Interim WBA Super Middleweight Title match as the co-main event. Super welterweight sensation Joey “Small Town Solider” Spencer will open the televised broadcast in a special attraction. “We can’t wait to be back at The Armory in Minneapolis to see the city’s homegrown star Jamal James in another exciting fight in front of his hometown fans,” said Tom Brown, President of TGB Promotions. “He’ll look to further prove his status as an elite welterweight against the very dangerous Thomas Dulorme and capture an interim title in the main event. Cuban phenom David Morrell Jr., now based in Minneapolis, will make this an even more high-stakes night for the city’s boxing scene, as he fights for an interim title in just his third pro fight against tough unbeaten Lennox Allen. Combined with sensational prospect Joey Spencer continuing his rise in the televised opener, April 11 is shaping up to be a jam packed night of action.”
Tickets for the event, which is promoted by TGB Promotions and Warriors Boxing, are on sale now and can be purchased at the Armory at and through Ticketmaster. James (26-1, 12 KOs) has become a local favorite, packing The Armory and most recently thrilled his hometown crowd in July with an exciting decision victory over former champion Antonio DeMarco in an FS1 main event. The 31-year-old has rolled off six consecutive victories since suffering his only defeat in a unanimous decision loss to Yordenis Ugás in 2016. James has compiled three knockouts in his current win streak while defeating the likes of Diego Gabriel Chaves, Abel Ramos and Jo Jo Dan. “I’m extremely excited and honored to have my fifth fight back at home at The Armory,” said James. “We’ve created an empire with Minnesota boxing and being able to have these big fights at home is a huge blessing. Being the main event fighting top competitors at home and on FOX, it’s going to show Minnesota boxing to the nation. I’m extremely motivated and focused for this fight. I’m always training to my fullest, but we’re going extra hard for this fight.” The 30-year-old Dulorme (25-3-1, 16 KOs) most recently defeated then unbeaten Terrel Williams in September, winning a unanimous decision after his previous contest had seen him fight to majority draw against two-division champion Jessie Vargas in 2018. Born in Marigot, Guadeloupe but fighting out of and representing Carolina, Puerto Rico, Dulorme rebounded from a loss to Terence Crawford for a 140-pound title by scoring back-to-back knockouts, leading up to a narrow decision loss to top welterweight Yordenis Ugás in 2017 on FOX. “I am very excited to get a chance to fight for a title again,” said Dulorme. “I had a chance before, but this time I won’t let the opportunity slip away. James is a good fighter and I’m sure he will be motivated fighting in his hometown. I respect him, but I feel like I am in the prime of my career and it will show when I step in the ring.” Morrell (2-0, 2 KOs) arrived in the U.S. last year and immediately began to show the same prodigious talents that made him a standout in Cuba’s iconic amateur scene. Now fighting out of Minneapolis, Morrell made his pro debut at The Armory in August, with a TKO victory in the first round. The 22-year-old followed that up in November on FS1, knocking out an opponent in Quinton Rankin who entered the fight with a 15-6-2 record and had most recently gone the distance with former champion Chad Dawson five months before facing Morrell. “I’m very thankful to my team and excited for this great opportunity,” said Morrell. “I feel strong in training camp and I’m not underestimating Allen at all. I’m focused on getting one step closer to winning a world title for my family and fans in Cuba. I can’t wait to perform in front of my new family and friends in Minnesota and give them a great show on April 11.” Born in Guyana, Allen (22-0-1, 14 KOs) turned pro in 2004 and has fought out of New York since 2010. He’s won 10 consecutive fights since a 2010 draw against Darnell Boone, including a 12-round decision victory over Kwesi Jones, a knockout of then once-beaten Kojo Issah and most recently a 10-round decision victory over Derrick Webster in February 2019. April 11will make Allen’s second-straight fight in Minnesota, as his triumph over Webster took place in Hinckley. “Training camp is going great right now and I’m really excited for this fight on April 11,” said Allen. “I know that Morrell sees me as a step in his career, but that’s exactly how I see him as well. I’ve worked hard to get one step away from the top and I’m planning on taking that step in this fight. We both have good technical skills, but I think I’m going to have to be the one to press the fight and take it to him. I’m thankful to have this opportunity to fight on FOX and after my performance I’m looking forward to fighting on this stage a lot more.” The 19-year-old Spencer (10-0, 7 KOs) has made fast strides since turning pro in February 2018, including four victories on his 2019 campaign. Representing his hometown of Linden, Michigan, Spencer kicked off 2020 by scoring a unanimous decision against Erik Spring on January 18 on FS1. He also stopped Travis Gambardella on FS1 in September after defeating Akeem Black on FOX in June.

Janibek Alimkhanuly-Issah Samir and the Return of Oscar Rivas Headline Beterbiev-Meng Undercard in Quebec City

QUEBEC CITY, Canada — Janibek Alimkhanuly will bring his brand of “Qazaq Style” north of the border. Alimkhanuly, the latest middleweight sensation from Kazakhstan, will defend his WBO Global and WBC Continental Americas belts in a 10-rounder against fellow unbeaten Issah Samir on Saturday, March 28at Videotron Centre in Quebec City, Canada.

Alimkhanuly-Samir will open the ESPN-televised doubleheader (10 p.m. ET) featuring WBC/IBF light heavyweight world champion Artur Beterbiev’s title defense against mandatory challenger Meng Fanlong.

The undercard (ESPN+, 7 p.m. ET) will see the return of heavyweight contender Oscar “Kaboom” Rivas in a 10-rounder against 2004 U.S. Olympian Devin Vargas. Rivas, from Colombia, has made Montreal his home since turning pro in 2009.

“What an undercard we have in Quebec City, as Janibek is truly one of the special young talents in the entire sport,” said Top Rank chairman Bob Arum. “Oscar Rivas is a dangerous freight train of a heavyweight, and he is in the mix to fight for a world title in 2020. It is going to be an action-packed evening.”

Alimkhanuly (8-0, 4 KOs), who is trained by Buddy McGirt and managed by three-time BWAA Manager of the Year Egis Klimas, represented Kazakhstan at the 2016 Rio Olympics and captured gold at both the 2013 Asian and World Championships. Ranked No. 4 by the WBO, Alimkhanuly took the express lane to contention, besting veteran spoiler Vaughn Alexander in only his fourth pro fight. He went 4-0 with three knockouts in 2019, including a sixth-round knockout over former Canadian and NABO middleweight champion Albert Onolunose last November in Fresno, Calif.

“I only want the toughest competition. That’s why I am a contender after eight pro fights,” Alimkhanuly said. “This is a great opportunity to showcase my skills live on ESPN. I will leave Canada with the ‘0’ on my record. I want to thank Samir for taking the fight, but he won’t be able to solve the ‘Qazaq Style’ puzzle.”

Samir (18-0, 15 KOs) is the latest world-class pugilist from Accra, Ghana, a proud fighting city that has produced world champions Azumah Nelson, Ike Quartey, David Kotey, Joshua Clottey and Richard Commey, among many others. He represented Ghana at the 2008 BeijingOlympics and turned pro in 2011, knocking out eight opponents in his first year in the paid ranks. Samir won the Ghanaian middleweight title over veteran Philip Kotey in 2015 and, following a nearly three-year layoff, he returned to action in June 2018. He is 4-0 with three knockouts since then and will be making his first professional appearance away from his homeland.

“I am coming to Canada to steal the show,” Samir said. “Every time I enter the ring, I fight for Ghana and our great champions who paved the way. Janibek is skilled fighter, but I know he has not fought anyone like me.”

Rivas (26-1, 18 KOs), who recently signed a co-promotional deal with Top Rank, had an action-packed 2019. He knocked out former world title challenger Bryant Jennings in January and knocked down — and nearly knocked out — Dillian Whyte in July before dropping a unanimous decision for the WBC interim heavyweight world title. Ranked No. 3 by the WBC, Rivas is still in the thick of the heavyweight mix despite the Whyte loss. Vargas (22-6, 9 KOs) revitalized his career in January with an upset victory over 2004 Puerto Rican Olympian Victor Bisbal. Last August, he knocked out then-unbeaten Irish prospect Niall Kennedy in five rounds.

“The past year, I have proven I am one of the world’s elite heavyweights,” Rivas said. “This year, my goal is to prove that I deserve my chance to take on the best heavyweight boxer in the world, Tyson Fury, who is also under contract with Top Rank. On March 28, I will smash my opponent with a spectacular ‘Kaboom.’”

In other undercard action on ESPN+:

  • Wilfried Seyi (8-0, 4 KOs), a native of Cameroon who calls Montreal home, will fight Alan Carrillo (11-4, 8 KOs) in an eight-rounder at super middleweight. Sey represented Cameroon at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and he recently qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
  • In an eight-round super bantamweight battle, Ismael Camacho Garcia (12-2-3, 5 KOs) will face Montreal-based veteran Vislan Dalkhaev (12-1, 3 KOs), who has won three in a row.
  • Heavyweight prospect Guido “The Gladiator” Vianello(6-0, 6 KOs), a 2016 Italian Olympian, will face an opponent to be named in an eight-rounder.
  • Montreal-based super middleweight KO artist Christian “Solide” Mbilli (16-0, 15 KOs) will face Mexican veteranFelipe “El Pinocho” Ugalde (18-1, 15 KOs) in a 10-rounder.