Adrien Broner worked out for his hometown fans in Cincinnati on Wednesday, just three days out from facing Emmanuel Taylor at the US Bank Arena along with Lucas Matthysse, Andre Berto and others.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we have information on the May 17 broadcast of ’2 Days,’ focusing on RING/WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez and much more.
IBF junior welterweight titleholder Lamont Peterson and challenger Dierry Jean weighed in for Saturday’s matchup in Washington, D.C. Photos by Delane Rouse/Hoganphotos – Golden Boy Promotions.
WBA light heavyweight titleholder Beibut Shumenov scored knockdowns in the first, second and third rounds of Saturday’s third-round knockout victory over Tamas Kovacs
Both Adrien Broner and Keith Thurman weighed in well under the welterweight division limit for thier fights against Marcos Maidana and Jesus Soto Karass. Broner weighed 144.4 pounds; Thurman weighed 145.8. Maidana and Soto Karass both weighed 146.2.
Most of the fighters involved in the Adrien Broner-Marcos Maidana, Leo Santa Cruz-Cesar Seda, Keith Thurman-Jesus Soto Karass and Beibut Shumenov-Tamas Kovacs matchups promised fireworks on Saturday at The Alamodome in San Antonio.
Junior middleweight prospect Jermell Charlo stopped Jose Rodriguez in the 10th-round of their Golden Boy Live! main event on Monday at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla. Welterweight prospect Errol Spence outpointed tough Emmanuel Lartey in the co-featured bout.
Shawn Porter kept his record pristine and helped erase the stench of his last outing, a 10-round draw against Julio Diaz five months ago, with a dominating unanimous decision over Phil Lo Greco.
Lamont Peterson’s younger brother, Anthony, will compete in a lightweight bout on Saturday’s undcard to Lamont’s 141-pound main event against Lucas Matthysse.
Does Adrien Broner want to be on the Floyd Mayweather-Robert Guerrero undercard? Lem Satterfield spoke to the WBC lightweight titleholder about that and other subjects at the final presser for the Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt fight.
Undefeated welterweight Jermall Charlo, the twin brother of junior middleweight prospect Jermell Charlo, will be featured on the Fox Sports Net-televised card headlined by the Luis Ramos Jr.-Ricardo Williams fight on Saturday.
Gary Russell, Oscar De La Hoya, Andre Ward, Howard Davis and Antonio Tarver are among the former Olympians who reflected on their professional debuts.
Rau’shee Warren is convinced the third time will be the charm for his Olympic dream. The three-time Olympian relishes his role as the elder team member on the 2012 U.S. squad as well as the opportunity to show the world how much he’s improved.