After plenty of KO promises in the build-up to a grudge match between Gabriel Rosado and Curtis Stevens on the second edition of Big Knockout Boxing, a safety-first majority draw came as a surprise.
In the second edition of Big Knockout Boxing, a ropeless, pit-style boxing competition, Curtis Stevens says he’s looking for an emphatic win over BKB champ Gabriel Rosado to bounce back from his loss to Hassan N’Dam.
Gabriel Rosado is excited about his second BKB appearance on Saturday against fellow former middleweight contender Curtis Stevens, but the two-time title challenger, who remains popular with fans, says his status in the upstart combat sports league hasn’t replaced his goals in traditional boxing.
A number of RING-ranked contenders saw action last week, resulting in changes in the light heavyweight, middleweight and strawweight divisions. Former light heavyweight champ Chad Dawson’s upset loss to Tommy Karpency caused him to drop from the rankings.
Vanes Martirosyan outpointed Willie Nelson days after the loss of his promoter, Dan Goossen. Hassan N’Dam gave Curtis Stevens a boxing lesson.
Hassan N’Dam thoroughly outboxed Curtis Stevens to win a one-sided unanimous decision in a title-elimination fight on Wednesday in Santa Monica, California. It was N’Dam’s first significant test since he went down six times in a loss to Peter Quillin in 2012.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the official weights for tonight’s middleweight title eliminator between Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam and Curtis Stevens an much more.
The boxing world awaits the intriguing IBF middleweight title-elimination bout between Hassan N’Jikam N’Dam and Curtis Stevens on Oct. 1, but the undercard of the ESPN-televised fight looks compelling as well.
Middleweights Curtis Stevens and Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam have two entirely different strategies for their upcoming bout on October 1. But Stevens is promising a more authoritative outcome.
Former middleweight titlist Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam says he knows what went wrong in his loss to Peter Quillin but insists his Oct.1 eliminator against Curtis Stevens will be a different story.
Former RING middleweight champion Sergio Martinez’s professional future could be determined by his next important date, one with an orthopedist on Sept. 16.
RingTV’s Bill Emes caught up with Curtis Stevens to talk about the hard-hitting middleweight contender’s upcoming title elimination bout with Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam and his thoughts on the Gennady Golovkin-Daniel Geale bout, as well his and GGG’s future. [Warning: Explicit language.]
On October 1, Curtis Stevens will face Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam in an IBF middleweight title eliminator in Santa Monica, Calif. on ESPN2.
King Sports World, which promotes former middleweight titleholder Hassan N’Dam, out-bid Main Events on Monday for the right to promote an IBF middleweight title eliminator between Curtis Stevens and N’Dam, according to an e-mail from IBF Championships Chairman Lindsay Tucker.
A purse bid has been scheduled for July 14 for an IBF middleweight title eliminator between Curtis Stevens and Hassan N’Dam. The winner will be the mandatory challenger to titleholder Sam Soliman, IBF Championships Chairman informed RingTV.com on Monday.