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    BoxingScene.com has received a copy of a statement issued by the Association of Boxing Commissions (ABC) that calls for the banishment of Andre Dirrell's trainer Leon Lawson. The World Boxing Council has also announced that it has indefinitely suspended Lawson from participating in any WBC sanctioned fight in any form or manner and that they want to meet with him to try to help him with this grave situation. The statements from the ABC and WBC stem from the post fight incident that occurred immediately after Dirrell's 8th round disqualification victory over Jose Uzcategui on Saturday night in Oxon Hill, Maryland. Uzcategui dropped Dirrell face first with a three punch combination. The last punch landed just after the bell sounded to end the round. He had previously been warned by referee for punching after the bell. http://www.boxingscene.com/abc-calls-ban-dirrells-trainer-due-post-fight-assault--116851?print_friendly=1
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    Boxing Wk20 Source: Boxrec. Thur May 18 At Tucson, Ariz. (ESPN2/ESPN Deportes): Diego De La Hoya vs. Erik Ruiz, 10 rounds, junior featherweights D'Mitrius Ballard vs. Denis Douglin, 10 rounds, super middleweights Hector Tanajara Jr. vs. TBA, 4 or 6 rounds, junior lightweights Roberto Manzanarez vs. Erick Martinez, 8 rounds, lightweights Eben Vargas vs. Rodolfo Gamez, 4 rounds, welterweights Jonathan Navarro vs. Ricardo Fernandez, 6 rounds, junior welterweights Joshua Franco vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior bantamweights Thur May 18 At New York: Heather Hardy vs. Edina Kiss, 8 rounds, female featherweights Charles Conwell vs. Daniel Szoros, 6 rounds, junior middleweights Noel Murphy.vs. Brian Jones, 8 rounds, welterweights Nicklaus Flaz vs. William Hill, 6 rounds, junior middleweights Wesley Ferrer vs. Zach Ramsey, 8 rounds, junior welterweights Iegor Plevako vs. TBA, 4 rounds, heavyweights Michael Polite-Coffie vs. Tony Johnson Jr., 4 rounds, heavyweights Thur May 18 At: Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France Cedric Vitu vs Marcello Matano 12 rounds, Super Welterweight Marvin Petit vs Jerobe Santana 12 rounds, vacant EBU-EU (European Union) lightweight title Hakim Zoulikha vs Serhiy Demchenko 12 rounds, EBU-EU (European Union) light heavyweight title Maiva Hamadouche vsd Anahi Esther Sanchez 10x2min rounds, IBF World female super featherweight title Hugo Kasperski vs Louis Toutin 10 rounds, France light heavyweight title ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fri May 19 At Bolton Whites Hotel, Bolton, Lancashire, England (Boxnation UK): Zelfa Barrett vs Eusebio Osejo TBA Jack Cullen vs TBA Jack Flatley vs TBA Luke Blackledge vs TBA Danny Wright vs TBA Alexander Ustinov vs TBA Plus u/card Fri May 19 At Pont-Audemer, France: Thomas Masson vs. Oleksandr Hyryschuk, 12 rounds, for vacant European flyweight title Fri May 19 At Hamburg, Germany: Mario Daser vs. Ola Afalobi, 12 rounds, vacant IBO International cruiserweight title, vacant WBO European cruiserweight title Christian Hammer vs Zine Eddine Benmakhlouf 12 rounds, WBO European heavyweight title Igor Mikhalkin vs Thomas Oosthuizen 12 rounds, vacant IBO World light heavyweight title Fatih Keles vs Rafik Harutjunjan 10 rounds, vacant WBO European super lightweight title Sebastian Formella vs Denis Krieger 10 rounds, vacant IBO Continental super welterweight title Fri May 19 At Ontario, Calif.: Giovani Santillan vs. Juan Garcia Mendez, 8 rounds, junior welterweights Erick Ituarte vs. Isaac Zarate, 8 rounds, featherweights Ruben Villa vs. Anthony de Jesus Ruiz, 6 rounds, featherweights Ricardo Espinoza vs. Christian Ayala, 8 rounds, junior bantamweights Saul Bustos vs. Leonardo Carrizales, 6 rounds, welterweights Mario Hernandez vs. May Garduno, 4 rounds, bantamweights Brandon Trejo vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior welterweights Fri May 19 At Philadelphia: Carlos Rosario vs. Josh Davis, 8 rounds, lightweights Amir Shabazz vs. Antowyan Aikens, 6 rounds, light heavyweights Tyrone Crawley, Jr. vs. Juan Rodriguez, 6 rounds, lightweights David Gonzales vs. Darius Ervin, 6 rounds, junior welterweights Marquis Taylor vs. Rafael Montalvo, 6 rounds, welterweights Antonio Allen vs. Demetrius Williams, 6 rounds, junior welterweights Titos Gosalves vs. Gerardo Martinez, 4 rounds, junior welterweights Fri May 19 At: Parc des sports et loisir Alexis Vastine, Pont-Audemer, Eure, France (France SFR SPORT): Thomas Masson vs Oleksandr Hryshchuk 12 rounds, vacant EBU (European) flyweight title Georges Ory vs Jeremy Beccu 10 rounds, vacant France bantamweight title ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sat May 20 At New York (HBO): Terence Crawford vs. Felix Diaz, 12 rounds, for Crawford's WBO/WBC junior welterweight title Raymundo Beltran vs Jonathan Maicelo, 12 rounds, IBF lightweight eliminator Shakur Stevenson vs. Carlos Suarez, 6 rounds, featherweights Tong Hui Li vs. Daniel Calzada, 6 rounds, junior middleweights Teofimo Lopez Jr. vs. Ronald Rivas, 6 rounds, lightweights Konstantin Ponomarev vs. Edward Paredes, 8 rounds, welterweights Fazliddin Gaibnazarov vs. Agustine Mauras, 6 or 8 rounds, junior welterweights Henry Lebron vs. Johnny Estrada, 4 rounds, junior lightweights Steve Nelson vs. Gilberto Rubio, 6 rounds, light heavyweights Sat May 20 At Oxon Hill, Md. (Showtime): Gary Russell Jr. vs. Oscar Escandon, 12 rounds, for Russell's WBC featherweight title Jose Uzcategui vs. Andre Dirrell, 12 rounds, for vacant IBF interim super middleweight title Rances Barthelemy vs. Kiryl Relikh, 12 rounds, WBA junior welterweight eliminator Gary Antonio Russell vs. Jovany Fuentes, 6 rounds, junior featherweights Gary Antuanne Russell vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior welterweights Alexandru Marin vs. TBA, 6 or 8 rounds, bantamweights Cobia Breedy vs. TBA, 6 rounds, featherweights Sat May 20 At London (Showtime, Boxnation UK, BT Sport 1UK): Gervonta Davis vs. Liam Walsh, 12 rounds, for Davis' IBF World super featherweight title Chris Hobbs vs. Anthony Yarde, 10 rounds, BBBofC Southern Area light heavyweight title Ryan Walsh vs Marco McCullough 12 rounds, BBBofC British featherweight title Mitchell Smith vs TBA 10 rounds, lightweights Boy Jones Jnr vs Norbert Kalucza 6 rounds, super featherweights Sanjeev Sahoota vs Steven Backhouse 4 rounds, lightweights Joe Pigford vs Aarron Morgan rounds = TBA super welterweights Daniel Dubois vs TBA rounds = TBA Heavyweights Plus u/card Sat May 20 At Laredo, Texas (PBC on Fox Sports 1/Fox Deportes): David Benavidez vs. Rogelio "Porky" Medina, 12 rounds, WBC super middleweight eliminator Jorge Lara vs. Mario Briones, 10 rounds, featherweights Austin Dulay vs. Jose Esquivel, 4 or 6 rounds, junior lightweights Jordan White vs. Adam Lopez, 6 rounds, bantamweights Lanell Bellows vs. TBA, 6 or 8 rounds, light heavyweights Jorge Ramos vs. Israel Camacho, 4 rounds, bantamweights Joshua Juarez vs. TBA, 4 rounds, cruiserweights Sat May 20 At Tokyo: Hassan N'Dam vs. Ryota Murata, 12 rounds, for vacant WBA "regular" middleweight title Ganigan Lopez vs. Ken Shiro, 12 rounds, for Lopez's WBC junior flyweight title Juan Hernandez Navarrete vs. Daigo Higa, 12 rounds, for Hernandez Navarrete's WBC flyweight title Sat May 20 At Motherwell, Scotland: Gary Cornish vs. Sam Sexton, 12 rounds, for vacant British heavyweight title Jamie Wilson vs. TBA, 10 rounds, bantamweights Eddie Doyle vs. TBA, 10 rounds, junior welterweights Sat May 20 At Palm Springs, Calif.: Maximiliano Becerra vs. Ricardo Maldonado, 8 rounds, junior welterweights Eric Altamirano vs. TBA, 6 rounds, lightweights Daniel Andujo vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior bantamweights Sat May 20 At Poznan, Poland: Noel Gevor vs. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk, 12 rounds, IBF cruiserweight eliminator Sat May 20 At: Club Almafuerte, San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina CN23): Martin Antonio Coggi vs Lyes Chaibi 12 rounds, vacant World Boxing Federation Intercontinental super lightweight title Juan Ramon Solis vs Damian Leonardo Yapur 8 rounds, Super Lightweight Lucio Alberto Ayala vs Cesar Alejandro Perez 6 rounds, Lightweight Agustin Ezequias Gerbald Kucharski (debut) vs Leandro Ariel Ortega 4 rounds, Lightweight Joaquin Andres Hernandez (debut) vs Guillermo Hernan Garnica (debut) 4 rounds, Super Welterweight Sat May 20 At: Club Atlético Alvear, Villa Angela, Chaco, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports): Cristian Fabian Rios vs Marcelo Fabian Caceres 10 rounds, vacant Argentina (FAB) middleweight title, vacant South American middleweight title Andrea Soledad Sanchez vs Virginia Noemi Carcamo 10x2min rounds, vacant Argentina (FAB) female light flyweight title Diego Alberto Ruiz vs Sergio Adrian Boltri 6 rounds, Super Bantamweight Juan Javier Carrasco vs Marcelo Alejandro Maciel 4 rounds, Super Lightweight Sat May 20 At: Takeda Teva Ocean Arena, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan Kosei Tanaka vs Angel Acosta 12 rounds, WBO World light flyweight title Yushi Tanaka vs Thirayut Sithsaithong 8 rounds, Super Bantamweight Plus u/card ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sun May 21 At Tokyo: Naoya Inoue vs. Ricardo Rodriguez, 12 rounds, for Inoue's WBO junior bantamweight title Akira Yaegashi vs. Milan Melindo, 12 rounds, for Yaegashi's IBF junior flyweight title Satoshi Shimizu vs. Takuya Yamamoto, 8 rounds, featherweights ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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    for all those who said it never happens http://www.boxingscene.com/canelo-vs-golovkin-deal-finalized-september--116355
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    Wembley Stadium, London - In a very important battle for the IBF, WBA, IBO heavyweight titles, a record crowd of 90,000 fans saw Anthony Joshua (19-0, 19 KOs) get off the floor, score three knockdowns of his own, to stop Wladimir Klitschko (64-5, 54 KOs) in the eleventh round. http://www.boxingscene.com/joshua-gets-off-floor-knocks-klitschko-out-eleventh-results--116122?print_friendly=1
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    Still waiting for Cotto vs Kirkland haha
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    Marciela Cornejo....just googled her I'm a fan.
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    With him recently getting a nose job..I'd say it's unlikely.
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    Ufc won't let him box. It will bad publicity if he gets clowned by a boxer. Bad publicity for the ufc & macgregor cause he has a loss to nate
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    That guy Browne would get wrecked by Stevenson, unless age & inactivity catches up to him.
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    Pacquaio fighting a guy that just got KTFO is stupid. I'd rather see Broner get his ass kicked.
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    Mayweather Sr is a fraud all he did was piggy back off his sons success that's why he was in the drug trafficking business before Floyd went pro.
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    Mayweather is the ho, can't keep Connors name out of his mouth even posting pictures of them together on his social media accounts lol.
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    The UFC has to allow him to sign. It's just like back in the day Anderson Silva wanted to fight RJJ & the UFC SAID NO. If the UFC feels like they're not getting a big enough slice of the pie they won't do it. It's out of Connors hands. Floyd begging an MMA fighter for a fight, boxing really is on its knees.
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    Sure i was buddy With this Choco loss & Jsoft getting iced you sure got alot of crow to eat.
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    4 weight classes? He won his first title at 105 & his last fight was at 115. That's 10 pounds motherfucker. That's 1 division in the UFC.
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    Rousey didn't want to move from 135 to 145. So according to boxing & your logic she actually didn't want to move up 4 divisions above her weight class jajajaja
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    Those divisions are a joke, nothing but midget asians & latinos. We all know African Americans are the best boxers yet you won't find any down there. I don't even know many men In person that are that light. I know tons of guys that are 150 & up but when it comes to 110 pounds that honestly is a petite women's weight.
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    ^^sounds like something David Price would do. Zing! Oh & Anthony Joshua is on steroids.
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    Blacks dominate alot of athletics & boxing is no different. Most of the all time great boxers are black. They're very athletic. The environment plays a part as well. Alot of boxers come from places that are struggling.
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    Then lay it on me man I'd like to hear your viewpoint.
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    Sometimes too much to drink just isn't enough.
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    The type of opponent that can make him look like the robot he is. Jacobs & Ouma did it, even Gabe & Monroe did it for stretches in their fights.
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    Ricky should hang em up
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    If the hijab is under her headgear than just let her wear the damn thing I say. Who cares.
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    As long as it's not affecting the fight in anyway it doesn't really matter imo. If it was distracting, in the fighters way or affecting the the bout I'd say remove it but it doesn't look to be at all.
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    Absolutely fucking ridiculous. Let Katie Taylor knock her head off. Shut her up for good.
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    been awhile since a fight ran commercials
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    Rumor has it he was firing up the blow torch aka "dabbing" when this happened. Damn the things kids do these days to get high
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    Boxing ain't what it used to be.
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    nope but still wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy better than king mo and rampage 2 or weidman / mousasi
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    when's Jsoft gonna fight again? Need to mark my calendar for that shit.
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    I think he returns same time your dad claims you , you been marking your calendar how many years now 30 plus
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    Most of my mexican aquaintences think this is a great fight & are excited to see it.
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    Stream were shit so I missed this, gonna have to watch asap. I thought Joshua would gas out & lose but he pulled it off congrats.
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    I am rooting for Chavez but can't actually pick him to win. He's a big slow shitty boxer that slacks off in training & has some quit in him.
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    wtf does cotto have to do with this thread? read up thongboy kirkland cant get off the crack as bad as cotto wishes he could as far as that vulnerable bull shit your spitting fuck off canelo said he would fight him in a year and he did regardless of who GGG fought in between and taking a few shots in a fight isnt vulnerable mija , its goes with the sport , at no point in time was GGG in danger of losing to either brook or jacobs lay off the crack.
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    Cotto Kirkland was a fight that has been made & called off a couple times now. They had a date & everything just like this fight & it still got called off for whatever reason. September is a long way away. Plenty of time for some shenanigans to take place that kills the fight. GGG didn't look too hot in the Jacobs fight & he is 35 years old now. I do think Oscars plan was to wait for him to age more & pray that he begins to look lackluster or vulnerable before putting Canelo in with him.
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    and then he cries when you call him a causal but read them shitty post he makes still no idea wtf cotto has to do with this thread cept thongboy sits on his dick and peddles his balls the glidewell theories bullshit at its highest
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    you can negative rep all my posts thongboy doesnt mean they aint the troof
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    Interested to see how Shakur progresses.