Citing a bad bout with the flu, once-beaten junior welterweight veteran Paul Spadafora has pulled out of a Feb. 20 clash with Jake Giuriceo that was scheduled for the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Spadafora informed RingTV.com on Tuesday night.read more
Once-beaten junior welterweight veteran Paul Spadafora will face Jake Giuriceo on Feb. 20 at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Spadafora-Giuriceo is on the off-TV portion of the Sammy Vasquez-Emmanuel Lartey “ShoBox: The New Generation” main event.read more
Once-beaten junior welterweight veteran Paul Spadafora, who is coming off a unanimous decision over Hector Velazquez on July 11, confirmed a report that he is a consideration for a Sept. 6 fight against Adrien Broner.read more
After being ringside for Marcos Maidana’s unanimous decision over Adrien Broner last Saturday, Paul Spadafora said, “I think that I could beat Maidana. I think I could do well against both of those guys. I’m not talking s–t, I’m just telling you what I think just from being right there.”read more
It was ten years ago next month that Pittsburgh’s favorite boxing son, Paul Spadafora, engaged in an HBO Boxing After Dark Fight of the Year candidate with Leonard Dorin…read more
Heavyweight Tyson Fury is 12 years younger, six inches taller and will be significantly heavier than his rival Steve Cunningham when they meet on April 20.read more
The on-and-off career of Paul Spadafora appears to be stalled once again, but the former lightweight titleholder says he won’t return to his usual bane of alcohol, which has led to jail time in the past and chaos in his life, now that he is in rehab.read more
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