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    Boxing Schedule Week-46 [16 Nov - 22 Nov]

    BRANDON RIOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! he's fighting freckles' brother with the T-Rex arms.
  5. Looking forward to Hooker-Saucedo. I kind of want to see if Arias can impress against Rosado also.
  6. Bisping cant box for shit, Bellew stomps him. Is his accent really that bad? It's better than paulies guido new york accent.
  7. He was looking pretty shot in his last few fights. Glad this will be on the non televised portion of the card.
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  9. WEEK 46 Monday Nov 12 Tokyo, Japan (TV ??) Tomoki Kameda vs Abigail Medina 12 rounds, interim WBC World Super Bantamweight Title + ucard Friday Nov 16 Loire-Atlantique, France (France RMC Sport) Eddy Lacrosse vs Thomas Faure 10 rounds, France Light Heavyweight Title + ucard Ontario, California, USA (TBP WEB-DL) Michael Dutchover vs Ruben Tamayo 8 rounds, super featherweight Kissimmee, Florida, USA (USA Telemundo) Jonathan Gonzalez vs Juan Alejo 10 rounds, vacant WBO Latino Flyweight Title, WBO NABO Flyweight Title + ucard Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA (USA ESPN, UK Boxnation) Maurice Hooker vs Alex Saucedo 12 rounds, WBO World Super Lightweight Title Egidijus Kavaliauskas vs Roberto Arriaza 10 rounds, welterweights Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (USA Showtime) Jaron Ennis vs Raymond Serano 10 rounds, welterweights + ucard Saturday Nov 17 Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports) Eduardo Abreu vs Fernando Daniel Cancino 10 rounds, lightweights + ucard Var, France Jeremy Parodi vs Luca Rigoldi 12 rounds, vacant EBU European Super Bantamweight Title + ucard Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany Firat Arslan vs Sefer Seferi 12 rounds, WBO Inter-Continental Cruiserweight Title + card Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany (Germany MDR) Robin Krasniqi vs Stefan Haertel 12 rounds, EBU European Super Middleweight Title + ucard Baja California, Mexico (Mexico Televisa) Diego de la Hoya vs Edixon Perez 10 rounds, NABF Super Bantamweight Title, WBO NABO Super Bantamweight Title Seniesa Estrada vs Debora Rengifo 10X2 vacant WBC Silver 'Female' Light Flyweight Title Radom, Poland (Poland Polsat Sports) Lukasz Wierzbicki vs Bethuel Ushona 10 rounds, Republic of Poland International Welterweight Title Adam Balski vs Nikodem Jezewski 10 rounds, vacant Republic of Poland Cruiserweight Title + ucard Pais Vasco, Spain Kerman Lejarraga vs Frankie Gavin 12 rounds, EBU European Welterweight Title Ibon Larrinaga vs Carlos Ramos 10 rounds, vacant Spanish Featherweight Title + ucard Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, England (VIP WEB-DL) Liam Taylor vs Tyrone Nurse 10 rounds, welterweight Luke Evans vs TBA Bob Ajisafe vs TBA + ucard York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, England Wadi Camacho vs Arfan Iqbal 12 rounds, vacant Commonwealth (British Empire) Cruiserweight Title + extensive ucard Kansas, USA (DAZN, Poland TVP Sports) Jarrell Miller vs Bogdan Dinu 12 rounds, heavyweights Gabriel Rosado vs Luis Arias 10 rounds, middleweights Brandon Rios vs Ramon Alvarez 10 rounds, super welterweights Claressa Shields vs Hannah Rankin 10X2 IBF World 'Female' Middleweight Title, WBA World 'Female' Middleweight Title, vacant WBC World 'Female' Middleweight Title + ucard
  10. selij

    Gamboa, Juanma victorious in Miami

    Both fights posted in Downloadz for anyone who missed or didnt want to buy the ppv. Show producers did a "fantastic" job of muxing the ES and EN commentaries onto the same channel for the entire event.....
  11. Bellend's body language was all wrong in the final couple of days leading up to the fight. Must have already talked himself out of a possible punchers-chance victory. Hope to God he doesnt get gifted a job as a pundit on Sky sports as his Liverpool (scouse) accent grates on me something shocking..... Plus we would then have to suffer both him and Carl Crotch. Although Bellend is kissing boxing goodbye there has been much talk - from him - and much calling out of Bisping (now retired) for a ppv mma event.
  12. selij

    Boxing Week - 45 [8 Nov - 14 Nov]

    Yea +400 then is what I took. 4-1 in UK-speak. (4 to 1 'against') The -400 would be listed as 1-4. (4 to 1 'on') Edit: Looks like your 'parlay' (accumulator UK) is still active dude....with the Usyk win
  13. guerrero made a lot of money. he's coming back? oh, for joy
  14. I'm sure money is the main reason for his come back.
  15. Now that he's done with the Cruiser Weight, lest see what he can do in the HW
  16. Former four-time world champion in three weight divisions and Olympic Gold Medalist Yuriorkis “El Ciclon De Guantánamo” Gamboa (29–2, 17 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over two-time world title challenger Miguel “Barreterito” Beltran, Jr. (33-7, 22 KOs) in a ten round lightweight bout on Saturday night at Miami-Dade County Fair Expo Center in Miami, Florida. It looked like it might be an early night when Gamboa dropped Beltran face first at the end of round one, but the game Beltran made Gamboa go the full ten. Scores were 99-90, 98-91, 100-89. In the co-feature, former three-time world champion in two weight classes Juan “Juanma” Lopez (36-6, 32 KOs) scored a mostly one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Cristian “Piedrita” Mino (19-3, 12 KOs). Sporting a heavy beard, Juanma dropped Mino twice in round three. Mino was down again in round four. Mino had his best moment when he rocked Juanma in round five. Juanma scored a fourth knockdown with a bodyshot in round six. Mino was deducted a point for holding in round ten. Scores were 97-88, 96-89, 96-89. Next for Juanma and Gamboa could be a much overdue clash in March. Other Results: Unbeaten welterweight Harold Calderon (18-0, 11 KOs) scored a seventh round KO over Emiliano Martin Garcia (16-3, 13 KOs). Calderon dropped Garcia in round two and twice in round seven. Time was 1:11. Unbeaten super bantamweight Jorge De Jesus Romero (12-0, 9 KOs) swept past Jason Vera (5-6, 3 KOs) over eight. Scores 80-72 3x. Fightnews.com
  17. Oleksandr Usyk remains in cruise control, but it wasn't all smooth sailing before he knocked out Tony Bellew in the eighth round Saturday night. The undisputed world cruiserweight champion defended the WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO titles after delivering a devastating finish with a left to Bellew's jaw at Manchester Arena in England. But Usyk had to turn the fight around -- two judges had Bellew ahead at the time of the stoppage, while the other had it even -- in the first fight in Britain with all four world title belts on the line.Usyk (16-0, 12 KO's) only became dominant after Bellew (30-3-1, 20 KO's) had won the earlier rounds, and the champion was well in control at the time of pulling off a spectacular knockout. Defeat is likely to end Bellew's career after the English boxer said before the fight he hoped it would be his last, whatever the outcome. But for Usyk, bigger things and bigger opponents await in the heavyweight division. The Ukrainian is running out of options at cruiserweight, and the Bellew win underlined his dominance there.Stepping up to heavyweight, however, would present more difficult challenges. Usyk's ultimate goal is to face WBA-IBF-WBO world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, of England, and Usyk is co-promoted by Matchroom Sport, which also guides Joshua."I had the most difficult year in my life, now I want to relax and spend time with my family and after that I will think about the future," Usyk said. "We need to put goals in front of us and move towards them." Added Alexander Krassyuk of K2 Promotions, which co-promotes Usyk with Matchroom: "He definitely needs to fight Anthony Joshua."Bellew faded at the halfway point and Usyk began to land more punches before the finish."I tried to go for it because I thought I was behind," Bellew said. "He's a brilliant fighter, he's hard to pin down. I fought the very, very best, and he's just better than me."Usyk is pound-for-pound material, the best I've ever fought. Anyone who fights him is in trouble. "That's definitely the end [of my career]." Bellew, who turns 36 later this month, had shelved retirement plans for a shot at greatness, and briefly reigned as WBC cruiserweight champion in 2016. The Liverpool boxer then stepped up to heavyweight to twice stop former WBA world heavyweight champion David Haye -- but this upset bid proved too big to pull off as Usyk belatedly got into his stride, with his polished boxing taking control of the contest. It was a valiant effort from Bellew, and he went out on his shield. Usyk impressed the previous time he was on the big stage in the U.K. -- he won heavyweight gold at the 2012 London Olympics -- and then showed his undeniable class in winning July's World Boxing Super Series, an eight-man knockout tournament, which enabled him to unify the world title belts. Usyk, who has now fought in seven countries as a professional, impressed again with how he recovered in the fight and in executing a clinical finish. After a non-eventful opener, Bellew shouted at Usyk to engage, and he kept the champion from getting into a rhythm. Bellew landed a cuffing right in the second round, and in the third the challenger landed another straight right through the guard. It was not the start Usyk would have hoped for, but he was better in the fourth round and buckled Bellew's legs with a left. Usyk, 31, kept pressing and deserved to win the fourth, but Bellew was full of confidence and dangerous with countershots. Usyk's quick hands caught Bellew in the fifth round, and his legs stiffened momentarily from a left hand. Bellew was unraveling and got careless at the end of the sixth, allowing Usyk to land a big hook before dominating the seventh. Bellew spent much of the seventh round backed up on the ropes as Usyk's punches began to flow better. In the eighth round, Usyk was well into his rhythm, and Bellew was taking punches flush before the Ukrainian landed a looping left hook. Bellew fell back through the ropes, his head snapping back off the bottom rope, and his senses scrambled. The count was waved off as he got to his feet, signalling the end of his career. Nick Parkinson ESPN
  18. Welterweight Robert Guerrero's retirement is over. The former two-division world titlist known as the "Ghost" is ending his retirement and will fight an opponent to be named on the non-televised undercard of the Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury heavyweight world title fight on Dec. 1 (Showtime PPV) at Staples Center in Los Angeles, the fighter tweeted on Thursday. Guerrero, who won world titles as a featherweight and junior lightweight, plus interim belts at lightweight and welterweight, has not boxed since suffering the first knockout loss of his career, a third-round stoppage to former lightweight world titlist Omar Figueroa Jr. on July 15, 2017. But Guerrero has been training for the comeback for more than a month, the source said. Welterweight Robert Guerrero (right) retired two days after he suffered the first knockout loss of his 16-year professional career to former lightweight world titleholder Omar Figueroa Jr. (left) last year. Rich Schultz/Getty Images A couple of days after the loss to Figueroa, Guerrero (33-6-1, 18 KOs), 35, issued a statement announcing that he was retiring after a 16-year professional career in which he had faced several top names with his bouts being a television fixture. Guerrero, of Gilroy, California, defeated name opponents such as Joel Casamayor and Andre Berto, but after outpointing Berto in a grueling fight in 2012, he got a chance to fight Floyd Mayweather in a welterweight world title bout that headlined a Showtime PPV card -- the first bout of Mayweather's megadeal with Showtime. Mayweather trounced Guerrero by lopsided unanimous decision in May 2013, and Guerrero's career went downhill from there. Including the loss to Mayweather, Guerrero went 2-5 before announcing his retirement, suffering losses to top foes Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia as well as journeyman David Peralta and Figueroa. He did defeat Japanese brawler Yoshihiro Kamegai by decision in a brutal slugfest and got a controversial decision win over journeyman Aaron Martinez. The fight with Figueroa, which had been Guerrero's first in 11 months, was perhaps the worst of his career. Figueroa, who was coming off his own 19-month layoff, pummeled Guerrero. He knocked Guerrero down five times -- three times in the second round and twice more in the fifth round -- before the bout was stopped. "A boxer's career is a long and tough road," Guerrero said in the statement last year announcing his retirement. "Many tears were shed, lots of blood and tons of sweat. Many miles were traveled, thousands of rounds sparred. None were easy, and nothing was ever given to me. I earned everything I got the old-fashioned way. I never ducked anyone and fought the best fighters in the world. I fought my way through every obstacle to make sure my fans enjoyed every second of every round of my fights." Dan RafaelESPN Senior Writer
  19. Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn is making plans for the return of some the fighters who fought on his Oct. 6 DAZN card in Chicago, including a possible junior featherweight world title unification bout for Danny Roman. Hearn told ESPN that junior featherweight world titlist Roman, who retained his belt on that undercard with a 10th-round knockout of Gavin McDonnell, would return in January or February -- and possibly for a major fight. "We'll probably look to make Roman and [fellow world titlist Rey] Vargas for a unification," Hearn said. "Good fight. We'll work it out." Golden Boy Promotions president Eric Gomez, whose company also has a deal with sports streaming service DAZN, told ESPN on Saturday that a Roman-Vargas unification match is also appealing to their side and that he and Hearn have discussed making the match. "We want to do that fight," Gomez said. Vargas (32-0, 22 KOs), 27, of Mexico, has not fought since a unanimous decision win over Azat Hovhannisyan on May 12 because he was sidelined with a shoulder injury that required surgery. Then he also dealt with a bout of pneumonia. Gomez said Vargas would be ready to go in January. Vargas won a vacant 122-pound world title by majority decision against McDonnell in February 2017 on McDonnell's turf in England and has made three defenses. Roman (26-2-1, 10 KOs), 28, of Los Angeles, won his belt by upset ninth-round knockout of Shun Kubo in Japan and has also defended it three times. Both fighters have expressed interest in unification fights. Hearn also said former welterweight and junior welterweight world titlist Jessie Vargas (28-2-2, 10 KOs), 29, of Las Vegas, who fought to a draw in a tremendous battle with Thomas Dulorme in the main event of the Oct. 6 card, would return to the ring in March. Vargas has settled for draws in back-to-back fights against Dulorme and Adrien Broner in April. Nov 9, 2018 Dan RafaelESPN Senior Writer
  20. JoshB

    Boxing Week - 45 [8 Nov - 14 Nov]

    In american odds a 4-1 favorite would be listed as -400 (have to risk $400 to win $100) & a 4-1 underdog would be listed as +400 (have to risk $100 to win $400) That Bradley/Paquiao fight was a goldmine for a lot of people, I wish I would have jumped on that bet. Usyk is -683 on my sportsbook so I parlayed him with a bunch of other fighters. I use parlays a lot cause boxing odds are so lopsided usually.
  21. selij

    Boxing Week - 45 [8 Nov - 14 Nov]

    Last wager I had on boxing was a very high stake (for me) win on Pac/Bradley l. It paid for two 5* holidays (vacations), one to Lanzarote and one to Gran Canaria. Never had a wager since (for no paricular reason, although I do folow the oddschecker). I took 4/1 on Bradley to win (in UK terms) I dont know how that translates into US odds - are they metric percentages (?)
  22. blackrican23

    uhhhhhhhhh?

    and ya'll thought Floyd couldnt read
  23. GRIM

    uhhhhhhhhh?

    Smart move
  24. JoshB

    uhhhhhhhhh?

    The moneygrubber backs out..how about that. He just ain't built for no holds barred fighting I guess.
  25. LMWBXR

    uhhhhhhhhh?

    Plot twist: About 15 mins ago; NO fight ...
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  27. JoshB

    Boxing Week - 45 [8 Nov - 14 Nov]

    Also I think if Usyk wants to be taken seriously as an opponent for AJ he needs to win impressively here. I think he knows it too. Boxing is the only sport i"m comfortable regularly betting on. I've made money this year but not as much as I should have. You really never bet on these fights? I'm betting every damn week it seems. I follow a lot of guys who do it on twitter as well. A lot of UK guys are into it.
  28. selij

    Boxing Week - 45 [8 Nov - 14 Nov]

    Im neutral on it really G. Not a fan of either and as long as it gives us some entertainment I'll be happy. Never a good idea to wager on football (soccer as you lads say) or boxing imo............
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