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Bornea wins WBC Asia Pac Youth title
By Lito delos Reyes, PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

GENERAL SANTOS CITY --- Hardpunching Jake Bornea knocked out Richard Rosales in the 4th round to win the vacant World Boxing Organization (WBO) Asia Pacific Youth flyweight title last July 11 at the Robinsons Mall Gensan.   
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Moralde stops George in 2nd round
By Lito delos Reyes, PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

GENERAL Santos City -- Reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) Asian Boxing Council Continental featherweight champion John Vincent “Mulawin” Moralde of Davao City scored a 2nd round knockout against Fil-American William   
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MAURICIO HERRERA EMERGES VICTORIOUS AGAINST HANK LUNDY IN PURSUIT OF THE VACANT NABF SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE AT LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL SPORTS ARENA
PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

Televised Live on HBO Latino Boxing from The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena LOS ANGELES (July 11) – The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena was electrified on July 11 as Golden Boy Promotions in association with CES Box  
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Mauricio Herrera defeats Hank Lundy in Sports Arena boxing card
By Greg Hadley, Los Angeles Times, 12 Jul 2015
Bruce Springsteen called it "the dump that jumps." On Saturday, the Los Angeles Sports Arena leaped just a little, possibly for the last time. The 56-year-old arena is scheduled to be demolished in the coming months, and Saturday night's boxing card, headlined by a 10-round super-lightweight m  Read Full Story >>>

Keith Thurman gets it done but leaves us wanting more
By Michael Rosenthal, RingTV.com, 12 Jul 2015
Keith Thurman recorded an important victory over Luis Collazo on Saturday in Tampa, Florida, not far from where he grew up. And he overcame adversity to do it, which is required of all great-to-be fighters. At least three things were missing, though: Dominance over a 34-year-old who was outclass  Read Full Story >>>

HERRERA BEATS LUNDY BY TECHNICAL DECISION
By Jhay Oh Otamias, PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

LOS ANGELES -- Mauricio Herrera of Riverside, CA won by majority technical decision after five rounds over Hunk Lundy of Philadelphia, PA to capture the vacant NABF super lightweight title Saturday night at the Sports Arena  
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Naazim Richardson: “Manny Pacquiao is not an easy fighter to dominate, so maybe there was an injury”
By Jenna Jay, OTR Boxing Radio, 12 Jul 2015
Naazim Richardson is one of the most well known and respected boxing trainers in the sport, having worked with future Hall of Famers like Bernard Hopkins and Shane Mosley. Having attained so much success as a trainer prepares you for both the ups and the downs, as many of Richardson’s most known fig  Read Full Story >>>

Greatness Deferred: Thurman Stops Collazo
By Robert Ecksel, Boxing.com, 12 Jul 2015
Keith Thurman brought his considerable talents into the ring. But Collazo proved to be harder to get out of there than anyone expected… Saturday night at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida, in the inaugural Premier Boxing Champions fight card on ESPN, WBA World welterweight champion Keith Thurman  Read Full Story >>>

Keith Thurman beats bloodied Luis Collazo, calls out Floyd Mayweather
By Dan Rafael, ESPN.com, 12 Jul 2015
TAMPA, Fla. -- Keith Thurman, hailed by many as boxing's next big star, had to survive rocky moments in the fifth round but otherwise dominated Luis Collazo to retain his welterweight world title in an eighth-round knockout victory before a raucous hometown crowd Saturday night in the debut of Premi  Read Full Story >>>

KEITH THURMAN STOPS LUIS COLLAZO; CUT PROMPTS CORNER TO HALT THE FIGHT AFTER 7 ROUNDS
By Ben Thompson, FightHype.com, 12 Jul 2015
Moments ago at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida, undefeated welterweight champion Keith Thurman stopped former champion Luis Collazo after 7 rounds of action. Although Thurman was comfortably ahead on the scorecards, Collazo made it extremely interesting when he hurt the undefeated champion with s  Read Full Story >>>

Chagaev Crushes Pianeta
By Robert Ecksel, Boxing.com, 12 Jul 2015
Pianeta landed a nice combination, an uppercut, and a left. Chagaev responded by bringing out the big guns… Saturday night at GETEC Arena in Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany, in a battle of southpaws, Ruslan Chagaev (34-2-1, 21 KOs), from Hamburg, Germany, by way of Andijan, Uzbekistan, success  Read Full Story >>>

Giving Donnie Nietes His Due
By Ted Sares, Boxing.com, 12 Jul 2015
Unlike Pacquiao, the world’s only eight-division champion, Nietes’ greatness derives from longevity of supremacy in one weight class… “Donnie got his nickname ‘ahas’ when he was a utility boy at the ALA Gym. One of his daily chores was to clean the snake pit with five big pythons and he was t  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao's death row mercy plea
By Associated Press, Emirates 24/7, 12 Jul 2015
Boxing icon Manny Pacquiao visited a Filipino woman on death row in Indonesia early Friday and appealed for her clemency, a human rights lawyer said. Pacquiao and his wife, Jinkee, spent about an hour with Mary Jane Veloso early Friday at a Yogyakarta jail, Edre Olalia of the Public Interest Law  Read Full Story >>>

NIETES SHOWS MASTER CLASS, RETAINS WBO TITLE
By Rene Bonsubre, Jr., PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

CEBU CITY – Donnie “Ähas” Nietes of the ALA Gym turned back the challenge of Francisco “Chihuas” Rodriguez of Mexico by unanimous decision to retain his WBO and Ring magazine junior flyweight titles in the main event of P  
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MAGSAYO PASSES FIRST BIG TEST WITH FLYING COLORS ; PINOY PRIDE 31 UNDERCARD RESULTS
By Rene Bonsubre, Jr., PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

CEBU CITY -- Blue chip prospect Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo captured his first title belt – the IBF Youth featherweight crown - with a spectacular fifth round TKO win against Mexico's Rafael Reyes. After trading hard hoo  
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Balintawak Arnis takes center stage in Virginia
By Homer D. Sayson, PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jul 2015

Chantilly, VA --- On the outskirts of Washington D.C., a scant 25 miles from the White House where the most powerful man in the world holds office, the most powerful men in arnis have converged to spread the gospel of  
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Donnie Nietes UD12 Francisco Rodriguez Jnr.
By Matt McGrain, The Sweet Science, 12 Jul 2015
Donnie “Snake” Nietes (out of Philippines, now 36-1-4) asserted his dominance as the world’s #1 108lb fighter today with a tactically brilliant if narrow defeat of ironman Francisco “Titanium” Rodriguez (out of Mexico, drops to 17-3-1) in Cebu, Philippines. Falling short of my pre-fight prediction   Read Full Story >>>

Nietes Outboxes Determined Rodriguez Jr., Retains Title
By Jake Donovan, BoxingScene.com, 12 Jul 2015
Donnie Nietes is already in the history books as the longest reigning active titlist in Philippines' boxing history. That run—which began with his first time win in Sept. '07—was never in jeopardy at any point during his landslide decision win over Francisco Rodriguez in their junior flyweight title  Read Full Story >>>

Nietes dominates Rodriguez to retain junior flyweight championship
By Ryan Songalia, Rappler, 12 Jul 2015
CEBU CITY, Philippines - The Philippines still has one boxing world champion. Donnie Nietes successfully defended his World Boxing Organization and The Ring magazine junior flyweight championship on Saturday, July 11 with a master-class boxing exhibition against mandatory challenger Francisco Ro  Read Full Story >>>

Thurman Auditions For Shot At Mayweather Against Collazo Tonight
By Frank Lotierzo, The Sweet Science, 12 Jul 2015
He's 25-0 (21), and just 26 years old. His KO percentage is within 10% of the supposed biggest emerging star in boxing, Gennady Golovkin's, and he's five years younger. There's also a case that he's beaten better opposition at welterweight than Golovkin has at middleweight. But in fairness to   Read Full Story >>>


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