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Donnie Nietes: I Want Chocolatito or Sor Rungvisai Next!
By Francisco Salazar,, 26 Feb 2018
INGLEWOOD - Donnie Nietes made easy work of mandatory challenger Juan Carlos Reveco, stopping him in the seventh round, successfully defending his IBF flyweight title. It was all Nietes from the opening bell, outboxing the Argentine fighter by throwing and landing combinations to the head and bod  Read Full Story >>>

McWilliams Arroyo Targets Sor Rungvisai Showdown
By Francisco Salazar,, 26 Feb 2018
INGLEWOOD - Former flyweight titleholder McWilliams Arroyo (17-3, 14 KOs) of Puerto Rico won a 10 round majority decision over former titleholder Carlos Cuadras. It was another classic battle between fighters from Mexico and Puerto Rico. Both fighters stood in the pocket, exchanging combinations   Read Full Story >>>

HBO Boxing After Dark Results: Sur Rungvisai Defeats Estrada
By Sean Crose, Boxing Insider, 26 Feb 2018
The Forum in Las Angeles, California hosted “Superfly II” on Saturday as a variety of top super flyweights and flyweights battled for acclaim and supremacy in two of the sport’s most exciting divisions. The opening bout was between Donny Nietes,40-1-4, and Juan Carlos Reveco, 39-3, for the WBO flywe  Read Full Story >>>

By Rene Bonsubre, Jr.,, 25 Feb 2018

It was another clinical dissection for Donnie Nietes. Another day at the office, another challenger toppled. This is something that Filipino boxing fans have gotten used to and on many occasions, taken for granted. Niete  
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By Maloney L. Samaco,, 25 Feb 2018

NAGA CITY, CEBU - Sixty-two boxers from different towns, cities and provinces competed for the coveted slots in the Visayas quarterfinals of the PSC-Pacquiao Amateur Boxing Cup on February 24-25 at the Enan Chong Act  
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Donnie Nietes wants big names at 112 and 115
By Scott Christ, Bad Left Hook, 25 Feb 2018
On his performance against Juan Carlos Reveco “I’m happy because I had a sensational knockout.” “I think it was a perfect 10.” On what’s next “Anybody. I just want to fight the big names out there. Whichever champion is going to come forward, I want the fight.” “Whatever’s out there.   Read Full Story >>>

Let’s get small: Boxing’s mini-brutes put on another big show at The Forum
By Mark Whicker, L.A. Daily News, 25 Feb 2018
INGLEWOOD — Like basketball, boxing now lives on the wrong end of the binoculars. The smaller the fighters, the better the fight. That trend has reached its inevitable conclusion with the pound-for-pounding that’s being delivered by the super flyweights. Saturday night was the third consecutiv  Read Full Story >>>

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai edges Juan Fransico Estrada to keep WBC belt
By Lance Pugmire, Los Angeles Times, 25 Feb 2018
The resurrected super-flyweight division continued its rise Saturday night when champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai withstood a furious rally and beat Mexico's Juan Francisco Estrada by majority decision at the Forum. Following a tremendous, toe-to-toe 12th round that brought the 7,827 in attendance   Read Full Story >>>

SuperFly 2: Rungvisai Retains Title in Thriller
By Caryn A. Tate,, 25 Feb 2018
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai successfully defended his WBC super flyweight world title against former champion Juan Francisco Estrada… Tonight from the Forum in Inglewood, California, HBO presented “Superfly 2,” a stellar boxing card featuring some of the best boxers in the world. The main event  Read Full Story >>>

Nietes KOs Reveco; Dalakian wins title at Flyweight
By Derek Bonnett,, 25 Feb 2018
On the Super Fly 2 undercard at Forum in Inglewood, California, Donnie Nietes stretched his win-streak into its fourteenth year with an impressive seventh round stoppage over former world champion Juan Carlos Reveco. The Philippines long-standing champion started patiently using shifts in di  Read Full Story >>>

Chocolatito Praises Estrada: Sor Rungvisai Lost, Unfair Decision!
By Elisinio Castillo,, 25 Feb 2018
Former four division world champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez was an interested observer on Saturday night, as he watched two of his past opponents collide in the ring. At The Forum in Los Angeles, California, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai retained his WBC super flyweight world title with a twelve ro  Read Full Story >>>

Superfly 2: Rungvisai retains / Nietes wins / Dalakian dominates Viloria / Arroyo beats Cuadras
World Boxing News, 25 Feb 2018
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai engaged in a gutter war with Juan Estrada for the duration of their WBC super-flyweight title bout before coming off on the right end of a majority decision verdict. Building on his double win over Roman Gonzalez, Rungvisai went toe-to-toe with Estrada to further enhance hi  Read Full Story >>>

By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 25 Feb 2018

Donnie “Ahas” Nietes, true to his word showed how the snake strikes. And strike he did! Tonight, at the cavernous Fabulous Forum in Inglewood, Nietes displayed his brilliant technical skills and artistry in boxing t  
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By Rene Bonsubre, Jr.,, 25 Feb 2018

The Hawaiian Punch was more like a Bloody Mary going to the last two rounds. A wayward elbow from Ukranian Artem Dalakian inflicted a huge gash on Brian Viloria’s forehead which slowed him down in the endgame. It was   
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SuperFly 2 results and highlights: Sor Rungvisai beats Estrada in thrilling fight
By Mookie Alexander, Bloody Elbow, 25 Feb 2018
Thailand’s Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (45-4-1, 40 KOs) remains the world’s best 115-pound boxer, as he won a majority decision over Juan Francisco Estrada (36-3, 25 KOs) in a tense, very entertaining main event on HBO Boxing. The fight topped the second edition of the SuperFly series, which showcases th  Read Full Story >>>

Sor Rungvisai retains super flyweight title with majority decision over Estrada
By Bob Velin, USA Today, 25 Feb 2018
It was a classic matchup of puncher vs. counterpuncher. This time, the puncher prevailed. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, the puncher who came out of nowhere -- Thailand, actually -- nearly a year ago to take down then-No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez not once, but twice, sur  Read Full Story >>>

Super Fly 2 Delivers: Rungvisai Out-Points Estrada
By Derek Bonnett,, 25 Feb 2018
Forget the heavyweights. Forget the welterweights. HBO has sure-fire, fan-pleasing bouts galore to be made at 115-pounds if they use their money justly. It’s okay if they save some for the light heavyweight division, but super flyweight is hands down the best division in boxing and the most willing   Read Full Story >>>

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, Juan Francisco Estrada make compelling case for overlooked class
By Kevin Iole, Yahoo! Sports, 25 Feb 2018
It was boxing’s not-so-hidden secret for year. If you wanted to see the most action on a regular basis, you’d watch the divisions from 122 pounds and under. Those are the fighters who often each throw more than 1,000 punches in a fight, who fight with a skill and a passion on a regular basis rarely   Read Full Story >>>

Joe Cortez: “Jeff Horn beat a Manny Pacquiao who was past his prime. Crawford will be a very difficult fight for Horn”
By Robert Brown, OTR Boxing Radio, 25 Feb 2018
Hall of fame boxing referee, Joe Cortez, has been the third man in the ring for some of the biggest fights in the history of the sport and is currently an analyst for ESPN. I recently spoke to Joe and got his views on a potential Keith Thurman vs. Errol Spence bout. Cortez also talks about Jeff Horn  Read Full Story >>>

King Kong Speaks
By Robert Ecksel,, 25 Feb 2018
Unbeaten Luis Ortiz is locked and loaded for his March 3 challenge to WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder… Unbeaten Luis “King Kong” Ortiz (28-0, 24 KOs), the heavy-handed southpaw from Miami by way of Camaguey, Cuba, is locked and loaded for his March 3 challenge to WBC heavyweight champion   Read Full Story >>>

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