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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 5:53 pm 
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Brandon Rios scored a 9th round stoppage over Ramon Alvarez in a junior middleweight war.

The two traded heavy shots in close with Rios seizing control in the 8th round, where Rios hurt Alvarez at the end of the frame. The fight ended with a hard combination on the ropes at 38 seconds.

Rios, 151.4 lbs of Oxnard, CA is now 35-4-1 with 26 knockouts. Alvarez, 151.4 lbs of Guadalajara, MX is 27-7-3.

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In a battle of undefeated heavyweights, Jarrell Miller stopped Bpgdan Dinu in round four of their scheduled 12-round heavyweight fight at The Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas.

It took Miller a couple round to get going, and then in round four he dropped Dinue twice. The 2nd knockdown was for the 10-count at 2:45.

Miller, 315.4 lbs of Brooklyn, NY is 23-0-1 with 20 knockouts. Dinu, 237.4 lbs of Romania is 18-1.

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Claressa Shields retained the IBF and WBA as well as claiming the WBC Middleweight titles with a ten-round unanimous decision over Hannah Rankin.

Shields, 159.6 lbs of Flint, MI won by scores of 100-90 on all cards is now 7-0. Rankin, 158.6 lbs of Glasgow, Scotland is 5-3.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 5:55 pm 
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Brandon Rios held the WBA lightweight title in 2011 and has challenged once for the WBO welterweighttitle in 2015. Nicknamed "Bam Bam", Ríos is known for his aggressive pressure fightingstyle, formidable punching power, and exceptionally durable chin.

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Jarrell Miller quickly ended what was developing into a competitive fight Saturday night.

The 315-pound heavyweight contender knocked down Bogdan Dinu twice in the fourth round of their scheduled 12-round heavyweight fight. Dinu couldn’t get up before referee Bill Clancy counted to 10 following the second knockdown.

Clancy stopped the fight at 2:45 of the fourth round in the main event of a nine-bout card at Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas.

Romania’s Dinu, 32, was unbeaten but untested entering his fight against Miller.

Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) won his second fight in six weeks, an unusual activity level for a modern-day heavyweight contender. He agreed to a quick return because he needed less than two rounds to knock out faded former contender Tomasz Adamek (53-6, 31 KOs) on October 6 in Chicago.

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Claressa Shields soundly beat Christina Hammer’s replacement Saturday night.

Shields was busier and more accurate than Hannah Rankin on her way to winning a 10-round unanimous decision on the Jarrell Miller-Bogdan Dinu undercard at Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas.

All three judges scored each of the 10 rounds for Shields, who won 100-90 on their cards. According to DAZN’s unofficial punch stats, Shields landed 136-of-457 overall punches, 61 more than Rankin (75-of-385).
The 23-year-old Shields (7-0, 2 KOs), a two-time Olympic gold medalist from Flint, Michigan, defended her IBF and WBA women’s middleweight titles. She also won a vacant version of the WBC women’s 160-pound championship.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 6:15 pm 
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By Ollie Salt, courtesy of The Daily Star

OLEKSANDR USYK is not ready to step up and challenge Anthony Joshua at heavyweight.

That’s according to Josh Kelly, the British welterweight starlet who produced a first-round stoppage of Fabian Castillo on the undercard of Usyk’s win over Tony Bellew on Saturday night.

The Ukranian sent Bellew crashing through the ropes with the most devastating of left hands at the Manchester Arena, after an impressive start from ‘Bomber’ that saw him take a few of the early rounds, reaffirming his status as one of the leading pound-for-pound fighters in world boxing.
Now Usyk is setting his sights on the heavyweight division, and somewhere down the line, a meeting with WBA ‘Super’, IBF and WBO chief Joshua.

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Luis Arias and Gabriel Rosado had a $10k wager on who would win their middleweight battle, and it turns out neither man had to pay up. After 12 rounds of action the fight went to the cards which were split: 116-112 Arias, 116-112 Rosado, and 114-114, resulting in a split draw. BLH also scored the fight a 114-114 draw.

Arias came out fast, trying to apply constant pressure and power punches on Rosado, and loaded up on big punches that missed fairly often. Arias did manage to land to the body with much better effect though, and his aggression took the early portion of the fight. But Rosado would use his experience to put up a more crafty effort, leaning more towards boxing and moving than getting into a firefight with Arias.

In Round 9 Rosado look like he momentarily stunned Arias and launched an assault on Arias — but one that Arias was able to weather. Following that round Arias came back with some big hooks to the head and body to take a couple of the later rounds on my card. Finally, in the 12th round an accidental head clash caused a cut over Arias’ right eye and he didn’t react to it well. Arias would spend the final round pawing at the blood running into his eye as Rosado tried to jump on his compromised opponent.

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With Kudratillo Abdukakhorov and Keita Obara vying for a crack at Errol Spence Jr.,El Nuevo Herald reports that Spence’s current #1 contender, Yordenis Ugas, will instead challenge Shawn Porter for the WBC title on March 9th. They expect an official announcement within hours.

Ugas (23-3, 11 KO), who originally looked poised to be a bust after a 4-3 stretch, turned things around in 2016 with a one-sided victory over touted prospect Jamal James. He’s gone on to win his next seven, beating the likes of Bryant Perrella, Levan Ghvamichava, and most recently Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo.

Porter (29-2-1, 17 KO) first became a champion when he upset Devon Alexander in 2013, but after four years without a real title, finds himself with a belt around his waist once again after slugging his way past Danny Garcia in September.

One would imagine that Keith Thurman will be next for the winner, but for now, let’s enjoy a quality welterweight matchup.

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Brandon Rios faced Mike Alvarado at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California on October 13, 2012. Rios was behind on the scorecards until the 6th round where in he hurt Alvarado with a crushing right. Rios was able to stop Alvarado in the 7th as referee Pat Russell stopped the bout at 1:57 of the round. The fight was voted the 2012 Fight of the Year by the Sports Illustrated.

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Rizin CEO Warns: Nasukawa Will Aim To Knock Mayweather Out!

Former five division Floyd Mayweather and Japanese kickboxing sensation Tenshin Nasukawa will be aiming to knock each other out next month, despite the match-up being an exhibition, the fight's promoter said Saturday.

The bout between Mayweather and Nasukawa, first announced earlier this month, was abruptly scrapped by Mayweather over a "misunderstanding", according to the CEO of mixed martial arts promoter Rizin.

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Kerman Lejarraga Knocks Frankie Gavin Out in Fourth Round

Bilbao Exhibition Centre, Baracaldo - EBU welterweight champion Kerman Lejarraga (27-0, 22 KOs) continued his path of destruction with a fourth round knockout of Frankie Gavin (26-4, 15 KOs), who put in a very solid effort.

The EBU title was not at stake because Gavin failed to make weight for the contest on Friday, coming in at nearly five pounds over the welterweight limit. Coming in, he won three fights in a row since getting knocked out by Sam Eggington in October 2016.

Lejarraga blasted out his last two opponents in 2018 - including a two round blowout of Bradley Skeete in April to capture the EBU crown. Gavin won a twelve round decision over Skeete in 2014 for the Commonwealth title.


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In a battle of undefeated heavyweights, Jarrell Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) started slow, but finished fast when he knocked out Bogdan Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs) in the fourth round. Back in October, Miller demolished a way past his prime Tomasz Adamek in two rounds.

Coming in, Dinu stopped his last eight opponents - but they were very overmatched opponents.
In the fourth round, Miller put together a solid combination of punches that dropped Dinu down to the mat. A moment later, Miller landed another combination that put Dinu down for the full count.

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