IBF Super Flyweight champ Ancajas, unstoppable now: Mitra

Jerwin Ancajas with President Duterte

The Games and Amusements Board (GAB) toasted Jerwin ‘Pretty Boy’ Ancajas for successfully defending his IBF Super Flyweight belt in Belfast against hometown favorite and then undefeated James Conlan last month.

“Ancajas is unstoppable at this point. Hard work and discipline pushes Jerwin to string victories against strong contenders,” GAB Chairman Abraham Kahlil “Baham” B. Mitra said. With GAB Commissioners Eduard Trinidad and Mar Masanguid, who are both Davaoeños, Baham Mitra presented Ancajas to President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday.

Ancajas’ victory in Belfast, Northern Ireland over former undefeated Irish contender Jamie Conlan by TKO in the 6th Round is Pretty Boy Jerwin’s third successful defence of the IBF World Super Flyweight belt. He now has a record of 28 wins, of which 19 were by Knock Outs, one draw and only one loss.

In Australia, Pretty Boy Jerwin also just very recently won handily against a world-rated Japanese fighter under the fight card of Sen. Manny Pacquiao, Chairman Mitra elaborated.

“The GAB looks forward to more victories by Filipino boxers like this reunion of fellow Davaoeños Pretty Boy Jerwin, President Duterte, our GAB Commissioners and Special Assistant to the President Bong Go. The GAB boxing commission and staff work hard to  deliver support to our professional boxers as mandated,” Mitra added.

“We’ll double our efforts so that there will always be fellow Filipinos who’ll bring home pride and glory as the most competitive boxers worldwide in all divisions where they qualify,” said Mitra. The GAB was adjudged the Best Boxing Commission recently by the World Boxing Council in Azerbaijan.

“President Duterte himself is a true fan and attends fights featuring Filipinos. Ancajas’ road to Malacañang brings personal pride to the President. The courtesy call highlights President Duterte’s personal recognition of a fellow Davaoeño’s contribution to Philippine boxing. Jerwin’s visit to Malacañang breaks the nostalgia of Heroes Hall for the glory days of Filipino boxing.”

Watch: Jerwin Ancajas’ Masterful Performance Against Jamie Conlan, Retains Belt #AndStill

Jerwin Ancajas Too Much for Jamie Conlan as Referee Put a Halt to the Contest in Round 6

There is no need for Jamie Conlan to continue to get punished by the obviously quicker and better Jerwin Ancajas as the referee stopped the fight after seeing six rounds of domination from the Filipino. 
In round six, Ancajas unleased a glancing right hook that landed on the side of the head of Conlan and dropped him for good.
Start of round 1, Irish fans chants in support for homeboy Conlan as the previously undefeated fighter gets a boost from the home crowd in Belfast, Ireland.  But at 1:19 of the round, to the surprise of the crowd, Jamie Conlan, suddenly took a knee in a delayed reaction to a punch that basically previewed what will happen in the fight.  Jerwin lands combination early, brave Conlan stays in there and exchanges.

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Round 2, Ancajas continues to box with Conlan, utilizing jabs to initiate action. Conlan had his left eye bloodied as Ancajas piled up some punches and created more steam behind the loads of combination punches that he is unleashing. It was all Ancajas in the second round.
Round3,  Conlan got a small window of success with his counter but not enough as two fighters seemed to relax a bit in the early minutes of round 3. The last minute of the round is where Ancajas suddenly put the pedal to the metal as he was tearing shots after shots, including body shots that crumbled Conlan to the ground. Conlan stood up but Ancajas returned back to work right away and poured in another set of body shots until the bell rang. Conlan Survived round 3. 
Round 4, Ancajas continued to be aggressive yet methodical with his combinations as he slowly chopped Conlan to the face and the body. Conlan looked as if he is ready to give up as Ancajas relentlessly pressured Conlan until the end of the round. Round four was punctuated with a left straight to the face to Conlan that put this Irish down again for the 3rd time of the fight.


Round 5. At this stage, Jerwin has gained a lot of confidence as he continued the dominance while Conlan seemed to look unsure and is still finding the right formula to move Ancajas who seemed unaffected with punches thrown by Conlan. Irish crowd continues to support their man all throughout the fight. In this round, Jerwin Ancajas was deducted one point for a low blow.
Round 6. Jerwin continuous his relentless assaults with head combinations that drop Conlan again for the last time. Although Conlan gingerly got up, the referee stepped in and declared the fight over. It was total domination by the champ and the referee made the decision to finally halt the fight.
Still the IBF Super flyweight champion of the world  Jerwin Pretty Boy Ancajas. 
Jerwin now improves his record to 28 W, 1 L, 1 D.
Right after the fight, Jerwin thanked everyone on social media. 

Maraming salamat po una kay god na nag bigay ng lakas at panalo sa laban ko at sa mga tao pong nag dasal sa laban maraming2 salamat po..

Watch the full Fight of Jerwin Ancajas vs Jamie Conlan in Belfast.

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Prediction: Jamie Conlan is Agressive But Jerwin Ancajas’ Power and Style Will Come Out on Top

Jerwin Ancajas Invades Belfast to defend his IBF World Super Flyweight title for the 3rd time against Irish Jamie Conlan

A win for Jerwin Ancajas will increase his stocks in boxing

There is no easy road since Jerwin captured the IBF World Superflyweight title.
It was just a little over a year ago when a young man from  Panabo City of the Philippines burst into the world boxing scene when he dropped visiting McJoe Aroyo of Puerto Rico in round 8 of their title fight in Taguig, Philippines.  
In front of a handful of spectators, Ancajas’ cruise to victory on his way to becoming the IBF World superflyweight title. The fight wasn’t as heavily advertised then but his fight moving forward has been the talk of the town and since being the champion, he has defended his belt in two different countries including against Jose Alfredo Rodriguez in Macao and Teiru Kinoshita in Brisbane, Australia. 
Now, boxing will take him to Belfast in Ireland to face Irish very own Jamie Conlan.
Jamie Conlan is the most imminent threat to Ancajas rise to success and with an undefeated record of 19 wins (11 KO), the “Iris Gatti or the Mexican” is looking to make history as he challenges for the world title in front of his home crowd in Belfast.  Conlan at 31 years old had a number of tough fights and maybe looking to impose his aggressiveness against a much more stylistic Jerwin Ancajas who is holding a record of 27 wins (18KO), 1 draw and 1 loss.


Conlan who also had a tough life recalls how he had worked hard to be in the position to challenge for a top prize in boxing.  In an interview, Conlan mentioned how he almost gave up and that he had to work in a hospital to keep moving while training.  Conlan looks determined to dethrone the Filipino champ but is also respectful.
“I believe Jerwin Ancajas in a great fighter, I think he is second best in the division, first would be WBO Champion Naoya” – Jamie Conlan

Ancajas’ rise to the top or Conlan’s prize for determination

On November 18, at the SSE Arena in Belfast, two hard-hitting super flyweight will collide. 
One Filipino who is just starting to get international attention and one Irishman who is determined to make the most out of the opportunity in front of his home crowd.
We see a good calculated fight for Jerwin Ancajas as he shows off his boxing skills early coming in and out and picking right body combination which will force Conlan to be tentative. Conlan will try to be as technical as he can but will soon find out that Jerwin will have an advantage in that area. The Irishman will be forced to switch and fight more aggressively. 
Conlan will have some success as he presses for the fight but Jerwin, much younger yet much stronger would be able to counter the attacks in the later round as he once again picks and pops some shots to the head and body. Conlan who had never faced defeats in an effort to win a round may force the issue that may result in combination punches or a knockdown for Ancajas.  
On the other hand, Ancajas could be fighting with the most number of hits to his head and body as the Irishman continues his barrage of offense that would test the durability of Jerwin Ancajas.
Certainly, a great stylistic fight at hand and we see a potential referee stoppage for Ancajas in the late round as the Irishman Conlan will never back down in front of his cheering fans but his aggressiveness will be his downfall.
What do you think will happen to the fight?

Our last interview with the Pretty Boy, Jerwin Ancajas

Video: Chris Eubank Jr. Proved Too Much for Avni Yildirim, Devastating KO in 3

Eubank banked on his boxing skills and power to end streak of Yildirim

Chris Eubank jr vs Avni Yildirm
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart, Germany at the the super middleweight World Boxing Super Series Chris Eubank Jr face undefeated and confident fighter from Turkey Avni Yildrim in a heated match-up that was fueled with a lot of untoward incidents and trash talking. This rift can only be settled inside the ring as both fighters excited and ready to prove that they are the better fighter. 
Moments before the fight, as the referee provides instructions, the two fighters face each other with bad intentions as if they could not wait another second to exchange punches and as they walked back to the corner their gazes became more intense.

Round 1 for Eubank Jr.

Avni Yildirim banging his head with gloves as he shows he is all set for the fight and just seconds after the bell rang, he came running towards Eubank Jr. as if he wants to feast on his prey right away. Chris Eubank Jr, however, was composed and was able to escape the attacks of the undefeated Yildirim. 
Utilizing his jabs and his ring generalship Eubank Jr. was able to control the fight early. Punches to body and uppercuts to the head were connecting early although Yildirim doesn’t seem to be bothered until he over-committed on his aggression and got caught with an upper cut which dropped his knees to the canvas. It was counted as a knockdown as the referee pulled Yildirim in the corner for a mandatory count.

Round 2 for Eubank Jr.

Yildirim, motivated to get back at Chris Eubank Jr. after losing the first round with a knockdown, aggressively pushed forward as he exchange bombs against Eubank Jr. Yildrim forced his way inside and had his moment of success tagging Eubank Jr. but ultimately, the second round still belongs to Eubank Jr in our eyes as he, too connected a number of effective blows.

Round 3 Knockout by Eubank Jr.

Eubank Jr started with a combination of hard hooks and Yildirim responded with his own as the two fighters are heated up at this stage of the fight. Eubank Jr  went on to utilize his effective jabs again as he spaces the ring well waiting for Yildirim to attack and make a mistake. Yildirm on the other hand wants an inside brawl as he continues to close the gap that ultimately ended with the two fighters clinching against each other.
It is at the 1:24 minute mark of the 3rd round when everything went on a downward trend for Yildirim as Eubank Jr suddenly unleashes multiple combination which started with a right hook to the gut of Yildirim which landed flush and opened up the head to a combination of rabid punches that ultimately spell doomed for the former undefeated fighter.
Yildirim dropped head first after receiving two powerful combinations from the relentless attacks of Eubank Jr. At the same moment, Chris Eubank Jr stood in the background with his hands down and his his facial reaction says it all. Referee immediately came to the rescue and declared the fight over as he helped the woozy Yildirm get up gingerly to the canvas.

Chris Eubank Jr Wins via an impressive knockout in the 3rd round.

He awaits the winner of Jamie Cox and George Groves for the semi-finals of the International Boxing Organization World Super Middleweight Series.
I am here to dominate the tournament, I am sending a message to everybody that I am coming. – Chris Eubank Jr 
Chris Eubank jr. then continues his speech as he reveals his ideal opponent in George Groves in January of next year.

Chris Eubank Jr improves to (28 W – 1 L), while Avni Yildirim dropped to( 16W- 1L) Ending his winning streak at 16. 

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Elorde Int’l Productions: "BAKBAKAN SA ELORDE"

L-Ardin Diale R-Cris Alfante

Elorde International Productions launched another fight card that will feature international and national championship fights. The fight card will be held at The Flash Grand Ballroom of the Elorde Sports Complex in Paranaque City on September 30.

The card will be headlined by Eranio Semillano (14-7-3,5KOs) facing Macrea Gadionco (12-4-3,7KOs) for the vacant Philippines and Game and Amusement Board Super flyweight title.
In the co-main event hard hitting Allan Vallespin (10-1,8KOs) will be defending his Philippines and Game and Amusement Board Super featherweight title against much experience boxer Christian Abila (16-21-5,5KOs).
The most intriguing match up of the night is between former WBC ABCO Continental Flyweight champ Cris Alfante (12-6-1,5) who will try to re claim his title against former OPBF champion Ardin Diale (33-11-4,16KOs).
Alfante captured the WBC ABCO Continental Flyweight title with late round stoppage win over veteran Roilo Golez in October 2016. The title was stripped due to some reasons but he will try to reclaim it when he face Diale who is came off first round TKO win over Wiljan Ugbaniel in June 2017.

Business of Boxing: WBC Unveils the “Money Belt” for MayMac Event on August 26

WBC unveils the “Money Belt” , It’s All About the Money

WBC unveils the “Money Belt”  for Mayweather vs McGregor Match

WBC Mauricio Sulaiman presented the new WBC “Money Belt,” which will be presented the winner of Saturday night’s fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. The Money Belt contains 1.5 kilograms of 24 kt gold, 3360 diamonds, 600 sapphires, 160 emeralds, crocodile leather.
Oh yes! WBC is all in on the fun and could not resist creating a special belt for the momentous occasion that everyone would hate not to love. Of course you as a boxing fan and as an MMA fan would not miss this fight. The best of both worlds will collide this weekend and regardless of what happens, this event has already turned heads and created a lot of money in the process so it would be stupid for WBC not to cash in on this opportunity as well.
WBC had created a number of special belts in the past for major fights like this, so it is not new that WBC is the kind of sanctioning body that innovates and adapts to the trend. You may call them nuts but with millions of people watching this event, it is but wise to add more flavor to it.
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What do you think of the WBC Money Belt?

Clever thinking from WBC
It’s Stupid
A Belt is needed for this fight
no bearing for me
I really don’t mind
Not needed
It’s Awesome!



Johnriel Casimero vs Jonas Sultan Added to Pinoy Pride 42 Fight Card

Johnriel Casimero to face Jonas Sultan in all Filipino title eliminator Fight.

Johnriel Casimero
Johnriel Casimero stoppage win over Amnat Ruenreong

Former 2-division IBF world champion Johnriel “Quadro Alas” Casimero (24-3,15KOs) will meet ALA Boxer and the current IBF Inter Continental Super Flyweight champion Jonas “Zorro” Sultan (13-3,9) in an IBF title eliminator fight in the undercard of  IBF light flyweight world champion Milan Melindo title unification fight with IBO light flyweight world champion Hekkie Budler of South Africa on September 16 at Water Front Hotel and Casino in Cebu City. The fight was announced by ALA Promotions president Michael Aldeguer at a press conference.
27, Casimero of Ormoc City, Leyte is a 2-weight class world champion. He won his first title by stopping Luis Alberto Lazarte in Buenos Aires Argtina in 2012. The fight went disastrous when Lazarte’s countrymen started riot after Casimero stopped Lazarte in 11th round. Originally the fight was for the interim title, Casimero was elevated to full champion position after previous champion Ulises Solis suffered jaw injury. Casimero defended the title four times but then he was stripped due to failure to make the contract weight for light flyweight division (108 pounds). Casimero move up in Flyweight division and get another world title shot against Thai boxer Amnat Ruenroeng. He lost in his first fight with Ruenroeng in June 2016 but IBF had ordered rematch because of Ruenroeng’s dirty tactics. Casimero stopped Ruenroeng in the fourth round of their rematch to claim the IBF flyweight world title in May 2015. Casimero defended the title once after he decided to move up in Super flyweight division (115 pounds). He is now current IBF number 3 in the division.
25, Jonas Sultan of Cebu City is the current IBF Inter-Continental Super flyweight champion. He acquired the title after scoring an upset win over home town boxer Makazolele Tete in South Africa. After that he made bigger statement in the the division after stopping former WBC world champion fellow Filipino Sonny Boy Jaro in the eight round on May 2017 in Anggono Rizal. 
The winner will become the mandatory challenger for the IBF Super flyweight world title currently held by another Filipino Jerwin Ancajas who will come back possibly in October. 

Paulie Malignaggi Furious After Photo Leak; Quits as McGregor Sparring Partner

Former 2-division world champion and now boxing commentator Paulie Malignaggi quits as Conor McGregor boxing sparring and partner and was furious after sparring session photos leak.

Connor McGregor sparring with Malignaggi leaked photo

 Malignaggi made it clear that the cause of the knock down was a push.

“I wanted to be part of this event, but I didn’t want to become the story and that’s what this has turned into,” Malignaggi told ESPN. “I won’t release any information about his game plan or what he’s working on — I wouldn’t do that. But this has become a fiasco. It’s a circus. And I do want that sparring video released. The UFC’s PI definitely has that video. I understand it can’t come out now, but Conor, if you have any balls, release what really happened.”

“There was a pushdown yesterday. Conor on the inside, he can get a little rough. He shoved me down, you know, but no knockdowns. Obviously, 12 rounds, you’re gonna see there’s a mark on my face. Very, very hard work for both of us. I was starting to get in a groove in the middle rounds, starting to land some good shots. Conor really came on strong in the end. It was back and forth.”

UFC Lightweight champion Conor McGregor hired Malignaggi last month as a sparring partner ahead of his fight with boxing superstar Conor McGregor on August 26th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada.

Lomachenko – Marriaga Make Weight!


WBO Super featherweight world champion Vasyl Lomachenko and Columbian challenger Miguel Marriaga made weight earlier ahead of their clash,

Vasyl Lomachemnko - Miguel Marriaga weigh in photo
Vasyl Lomachenko – Miguel Marriaga weigh in photo by Mickey Williams

Lomachenko weighed in at exactly 130 pounds while Marriaga weighed in at 129.8 pounds.

In the undercard world contender Rey Beltran and Miguel Vasquez supposedly for Beltran’s NABF and NABO lightweight titles but Vasquez came in overweight. 
Rey Beltran tippped off the scale at 134.4 pounds while Vasquez weighed in at 136.8 pounds (1.8 pounds overweight)

Bornea Faces Tough Test in Double-Championship “Road to Stardom” Card

Filipino prospect Jade Bornea will face another stiff test on his young career. 

Jade Bornea connecting to Raul Yu photo by Sanman Promotions

JADE Bornea’s career is off to a sterling start. But whether he is for real or not will be known come September 9 when he battles a dangerous Thai opponent in the “Road to Stardom” at the Polomolok Gym in Polomolok, South Cotabato. The latest offering of Sanman Promotions will have Bornea taking on Thailand’s Jakkrawut Majoogoen for the IBF Youth super flyweight belt. 
Bornea of Sanman-Amoy Gym is still unbeaten in eight fights with five knockout victories and his mettle will be tested by the more experienced Majoogoen, a former WBC World youth champion who sports a 19W-1L-0D, 11KOs record. Apart from the Bornea-Majoogoen duel, another fight to watch out for is the co-main event showdown between Sanman fighter Ben Mananquil and the promising Jess Rhey Waminal of the ALA Boxing Gym in Cebu City. 

“This is going to be an explosive card. Majoogoen and Waminal are two quality fighters who can definitely give Bornea and Mananquil a good run for their money,” said Jim Claude “JC” Manangquil, chief executive officer of the Sanman Promotions. The Mananquil-Waminal duel will be for the OPBF Silver bantamweight belt. Mananquil has 14 victories, one loss and two draws with three knockout wins tucked under his belt. Waminal is off a to solid start as a pro as he won 11 of his first 12 fights highlighted by six knockout wins. Manangquil said the card, which is co-presented by the municipality of Polomolok headed by Mayor Honey Lumayag, will be streamed live on Facebook via the SANMAN Live.

Mickey Bey vs Anthony Peterson Set for August 22

Former IBF lightweight world champion Mickey Bey (22-2-1,10) will face Lamont Peterson’s younger brother Anthony Peterson (37-1,24) in a 10 round non-title lightweight contest on August 22 at Sam’s Town Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada. 
34, Mickey Bey of Ohio Cleveland won the IBF world title with 12 round split decsion win over Mexican Miguel Vazquez in 2014.  He vacated the title because he refused to defend it in Macau against Denis Shafikov. In mid 2016 Bey had tried to reclaim his title but lost to Cuban Rances Barthelemy in a close fight. 
32, Anthony Peterson of Memphis, Tennessee is the younger brother of current WBA welterweight world champion Anthony Peterson. He is currently riding a 7-Fight win streak since he tasted his first defeat at the hands of Brandon Rios in 2011 via disqualification due to repeated low blows. 

Burnett To Meet Zhakiyanov in Bantamweight Title Unification Fight

Newly crowned IBF world Bantamweight champion Ryan Burnett will meet WBA “Super” bantamweight world champion Zhanat Zhakiyanov on October 21 at SSE Arena in Belfast Northern Ireland. 
33 year-old Zhanat “ZZ” Zhakiyanov (27-1,18) of Petropavl, Kazakhstan won the IBO and WBA world title in February 2016 when beat Rau’Shee Warren in Toledo Ohio. Zhakiyanov was down twice in the first round but cameback and rallied to win the fight. IBO title becomes vacant as Zhakiyanov did not pay sanction fee.
25, Ryan Burnett (17-0,9) of Belfast Northern Ireland is the current IBF bantamweight world title. He won the title with twelve round unanimous decision win over former champion Lee Haskins. He dropped Haskins once in round 6 and 11 en route his wide margin decision win. 

Vasyl Lomachenko Kills Talk of Mickey Garcia Fight

WBO Super featwerweight world champion Vasyl Lomachenko kills talk of Mickey Garcia fight insists he wants it but explains why it can’t happen. 
“I’m ready move up for this fight…I’m ready, I like it, I want this fight, but, you know, we have two different platforms…I can’t, I have a contract,” stated super featherweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko, who shared his thoughts on a potential clash with Mikey Garcia with ESNEWS.
Ukranian Lomachenko (8-1,6) is set to defend his title against Columbian Miguel Marriaga (25-2,21) on August 5th at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles California.

Hassan N’dam N’jikam – Ryota Murata Rematch is Now Official

Rematch between Hassan N’dam N’jikam (36-2, 21) and Ryota Murata (12-1, 9) for WBA world Middleweight title is now official for October 22 at the Ryogoku Kokugikan, in Tokyo Japan following their controversial fight earlier this year at Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo where Hassan N’dam N’jikam captured the WBA Middleweight world champion.
The Cameroon-born N’Dam (36-2, 21 KOs) won on the scorecards of Panama’s Gustavo Padilla (116-111) and Canada’s Hubert Earle (115-112) despite of being knockdown once in early round , but American judge Raul Caiz Jr. scored the fight for Murata by a wide margin (117-110). The 31-year-old Murata, 2012 London Summer Olympics gold medalist Murata lost for the first time as a pro (12-1, 9 KOs) against N’dam N’jikam. 

Yuriorkis Gamboa Set For Another Ring Return

Former world champion Cuban defector Yuriorkis Gamboa is set for his ring return following shocking lost to Robinson Castellanos on May 5th in Las Vegas Nevada. 
Yuriorkis “El Ciclon de Guantánamo”  Gamboa  (26-2,17) will be facing  Mexican Alexis Paran (15-2-1,7) on August 12 at Arena Oasis in Cancun Quintana Roo Mexico. 
Back in May Gamboa was upset by rugged Mexican Robinson Castellanos who dropped Gamboa once in third and once again in fourth before quitting on his stool in seventh round. 
Former Three division world champion and Olympic gold medalist Gamboa is fighting under the banner of Golden Boy Promotions. Gamboa’s two defeats were came from Terrence Crawford and Robinson Castellanos.

BREAKING: Wladimir Klitscho Retires From Boxing

Wladimir Klitscho retires from boxing following two straight losses against Tyson Fury in 2015 and his latest defeat against Anthony Joshua on March 2017. Klitscho also turned down Anthony Joshua rematch set for November 11 at T-Mobile Arena is Las Vegas.
“I deliberately took a few weeks to make my decision, to make sure I had enough distance from the fight at Wembley Stadium. As an amateur and a professional boxer, I have achieved everything I dreamed of, and now I want to start my second career after sports.I would have never imagined that I would have such a long and incredibly successful boxing career. I´m very thankful for this. Thanks to everyone who has always supported me. Especially my family, my team and my many fans,” Klitschko said. 
41- year old Wladimir Klitscho ends his brilliant 27 year career as a professional boxer. 
Ukrain’s Klitscho is a two-time former world heavyweight champion, having held the WBA (Super), IBF and WBO ,IBO, Ring magazine, and lineal titles. He is considered to be one of the greatest heavyweight champions of all time with his older brother Vitali Klitscho as they dominated heavyweight division for long time when they are both active. They have combined 109 wins and they knocked out 94 of their opponents/
Wladimir Klitscho also holds the record of second-longest reigning heavyweight champion of all time, and has the second-most successful title defenses total of any heavyweight boxer. Wladimir is also an Olympic gold medalist as he represented Ukraine represented at the 1996 Olympics.

Paulie Malignaggi Reacts to McGregor was KOd in Sparring: That was all B.S.

Former 2-division world champion and now boxing commentator Paulie Malignaggi reacts to rumors that Connor McGregor was KO’d in a boxing sparring.
“That was all B.S. stuff. I think when these reports first came out, he was just returning from a press tour in Europe. The person who was saying that, Jessie Vargas, that he saw Conor get knocked out. That was physically impossible. Conor arrived in Las Vegas that Saturday, it was 2-3 weeks ago. Saturday he arrived and that Sunday the interview with Jessie Vargas came out. He said Conor got knocked out, which is physically impossible unless Conor was flying 14 hours and then sparring the same day,” Malignaggi told The Rich Eisen Show.
Also, another thing is, we train at the UFC headquarters and its very private so nobody can come in. You are not going to get anybody out there who doesn’t belong in the gym.”
Connor McGregor hired Paulie Malignaggi as his sparring partner ahead of his clash with Floyd Mayweather on August 26th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada.

Miguel Cotto: December 31 Will Be My Last Day as Pro Boxer

4-division 5-time world champion Miguel Cotto is already thinking of his retirement during his interview with ESPN Deportes. Former world champion Cotto told the ESPN Deportes that December 31, 2017 (maybe his second fight this year) will be his last day as professional boxer. 
“We are doing very well as far as the camp, hoping that the days will pass and that the preparation will intensify a little next week, and then we’ll lower the loads and look towards the fight,” said Cotto to ESPN Deportes.
 “I’ve been enjoying boxing a lot. It’s my last year in boxing, it’s time to go do other things. December 31, 2017 will be the last day of Miguel Cotto as a professional boxer.” 
“There is a good litter of Puerto Rican boxers coming up. All you have to do is work hard and not rest until you reach the goal. Puerto Rican boxing has always stood out with good talents. Right now there are Acosta, Machado, Verdejo… they are some that are the most advanced.”
36 year-old Miguel Cotto (40-5,33)  is scheduled to fight for the vacant WBO Junior Welterweight world title against Japanese Yoshiro Kamegaion (27-2-3,24) August 26th at Stub Hub Center in Carson California. 

Vasyl LOMACHENKO | Last Five Opponents

Motivedia – Boxing

It’s time again to see the master in action. Enter the matrix – Vasyl Lomachenko. This weekend, August 5th, he fights Marriaga in what is expected to be another one-sided victory for the Ukrainian. His skill-set is unrivalled in modern boxing and he looks one of the hottest prospects in the sport today. He has claimed after this fight he will be happy to step up against other world-beater Guillermo Rigondeaux – the fight we really want to see!

NSAC Will Not Break The Rules for the Mayweather-McGregor Fight

Earlier, Floyd Mayweather Jr. stated that his opponent Conor McGregor can wear an 8 oz boxing gloves of his choice.
“Don’t believe what you hear in the media. Don’t believe what you hear on blog sites. If it’s not coming directly from me, then it’s not true. I’m telling McGregor, ‘Let’s fight in 8 oz gloves.’ McGregor can fight in any brand he prefers or chooses. I’ll be wearing 8 oz Grant gloves. Whatever advantage McGregor needs to feel more comfortable in the ring, I’m willing to accommodate. Let’s give the boxing and MMA fans what they want to see,” Mayweather stated.
But the the Nevada Athletic Commission will not break the rules for the fight.
“These regulations are in place for the health and safety of the athletes, which is of the utmost importance to the commission,” Bennett told ESPN. “Our regulations already outline the appropriate glove size according to contracted weight of a fight.”
Boxers above Welterweight limit use 10-ounce gloves. Mayweather and McGregor is set to fight at super welterweight/ junior Middleweight limit of 154 pounds. Mcgregor is used to fighting in 4 OZ gloves when fighting inside the octagon.

Mayweather – McGregor mega fight will take place on August 26th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Carl Froch Warned Mayweather not to Underestimate McGregor

Former world champion Carl Froch now working as boxing analyst and commentator for Sky Sports warned Floyd Mayweather Jr. not to underestimate Conor McGregor on their upcoming fight on August 26th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada. 
“Anybody who knows anything about boxing doesn’t give Conor McGregor a chance,” Froch told Sky Sports News. 
“I thoroughly expect Floyd Mayweather to win, but he’d better not let the world of boxing down. I hope he wins it for boxing but this is an amazing event and I can’t wait for it. McGregor’s got to land something, a punch, quite hard and hurtful early on to be within any chance but anyone who knows boxing isn’t giving him a chance. This is a Mission: Impossible.” 
“McGregor is 29 against a guy who is 40 – a little bit older than me – and he’s been retired for a couple of years. You really do ‘feel’ you’re retired, you become civilised and soft and you lose that fighting mentality. Floyd has brittle hands, so how is the training camp going to go? I am just looking for some positives for Conor here and Mayweather isn’t the Mayweather we know from two, three, four, five years ago when he was the best of the best. We are just going to have to wait and see.”

Jorge Linares vs Luke Campbell Official for September 23

Jorge Linares vs Luke Campbell is official for September 23 at the Forum Inglewood California. 
WBA / WBC Diamond and The Ring Magazine world lightweight champion Jorge “El Niño de Oro” Linares (42-3,27) will defend all his three belts against Olympic gold medalist and mandatory challenger Luke “Cool Hand” Campbell (17-1, 14 KOs).
31, Linares of Barinas Venezuela is a four-time world champion in three weight classes, having held the WBA and Ring magazine lightweight titles, and previously the WBC featherweight title, WBA super featherweight title and the WBC lightweight title.
“I am excited to make my return to the United States and to headline an HBO show for the first time,” Linares said. “I know Luke Campbell is a tough competitor with an incredible amateur and professional background, but I am confident that I will emerge victorious on September 23rd.
29, Campbell of Yorkshire, UK represented England and won gold medal at the 2012 Olympics. He is the WBA and WBC number one lightweight contender also the former WBC Silver lightweight title.
“It’s an honor to be fighting Jorge Linares for the WBA World title, WBC Diamond and Ring Magazine titles in one of the biggest fights in the division.” said Luke Campbell. “I’ve worked my way from Olympic champion to the No.1 spot in the WBA and WBC rankings, and I feel now is the time to take my chance. All the pressure is on Jorge headlining back in the States on HBO and I am so confident I am going to leave with all 3 belts – I have tremendous respect for Jorge and this is going to be an unbelievable fight but this is the opportunity I have been waiting for as a professional and I must and will take it on September 23.”

Mayweather Allows Conor McGregor To Wear 8-Ounce Gloves

Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr allows UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor to wear an 8-Ounce Gloves. He also allows McGregor to wear a glove brand of his choice.
“Don’t believe what you hear in the media. Don’t believe what you hear on blog sites. If it’s not coming directly from me, then it’s not true. I’m telling McGregor, ‘Let’s fight in 8 oz gloves.’ McGregor can fight in any brand he prefers or chooses. I’ll be wearing 8 oz Grant gloves. Whatever advantage McGregor needs to feel more comfortable in the ring, I’m willing to accommodate. Let’s give the boxing and MMA fans what they want to see” Mayweather stated.
Boxers above Welterweight limit use 10-ounce gloves. Mayweather and McGregor is set to fight at super welterweight/ junior Middleweight limit of 154 pounds. 
Mayweather – McGregor mega fight will takes place on August 26th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Lomachenko on Garcia’s win over Broner: "I haven’t seen him being an A-Class fighter"

WBO world super featherweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko wasn’t impress by Mickey Garcia’s performance against Adrien Broner on Saturday night at Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York. 
“I did see his fight,” Lomachenko said through a translator. “His trainer, Robert Garcia, at one point mentioned Mikey Garcia is a fighter of ‘A’ class. I didn’t see anything during that bout where he was a Class-A, outstanding fighter. Yes, he won the fight. Yes, he did everything to win the fight, it needs to be. But I haven’t seen nothing outstanding. I haven’t seen him being an A-Class fighter. And it was slow. I almost got to sleep.”said Lomachenko during press conference of his fight with Marriaga
Ukraine’s Vasyl Lomachenko (8-1,6) will be defending his title against Miguel Marriaga (25-2,21)
on August 5th (August 6 , Philippine Time) at Microsoft Theater in LA. 

Leo Santa Cruz Shared His Thoughts on the Mayweather-McGregor Press Tour

Unified WBA/WBC world Featherweight champion Leo Santa Cruz shared his thoughts about the Mayweather- McGregor Press Tour.
“It was like I expected…them talking sh** back and forth , McGregor he even talks more sh** than Mayweather , I thought Mayweather was going to get up…if he would’ve touched me,” – Leo Santa Cruz