J’Leon Love was at the Mayweather Boxing Club media day for his stablemates, who fight on Friday’s ShoBox card in Las Vegas. The middleweight prospect spoke candidly to RingTV.com about his recent suspension for taking a diuretic prior to fighting Gabriel Rosado.
Late substitute and local favorite Nick Brinson scored one knockdown and survived technical knockdown himself en route to scoring an upset 10-round unanimous decision over Jorge Melendez in a ShoBox: The New Generationmain event in Verona, N.Y., on Friday.
RingTV.com’s resident historian and punch counter Lee Groves provides a CompuBox recount of fight night, May 10, from the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Okla., where Dierry Jean’s fourth-round KO of Cleotis Pendarvis topped a ShoBox: The New Generation card.
Eleven days after coming home from Buenos Aires, the Travelin’ Man returned to the friendly skies, this time to land in Miami, Okla., to work the CompuBox keys for a ShoBox: The New Generation card headlined by Dierry Jean-Cleotis Pendarvis IBF 140-pound title elimination bout.
Dierry Jean’s promoter believes the undefeated junior welterweight is Canada’s best boxer. Jean believes he’s better than Danny Garcia and Lucas Matthysse. On Friday, he’ll plead his case to an American audience when he fights Cleotis Pendarvis in a ShoBox: The New Generation main event.
Cornelius Bundrage headlines Showtime Championship Boxing on Saturday but the IBF junior middleweight titleholder’s little-known cousin, Willie Fortune, will be a part of Friday’s ShoBox telecast against fellow unbeaten Tureano Johnson.
Featherweight Ronny Rios has experienced and overcome adversity against a variety of styles in his 19 fights, but this Friday he’ll enter a new level when he meets former WBA junior featherweight titleholder Rico Ramos on Shobox.
RingTV.com’s CompuBox keyboard warrior, Lee Groves recounts a frightening undercard stoppage, rainfall, “Twinkle Fingers,” and Angelo Santana’s thrilling KO that were part of the most recent ShoBox in part II of his Travelin’ Man goes to Hallandale, Fla.
Middleweight Terrell Gausha and heavyweight Dominic Breazeale have somewhat unique last names but both 2012 U.S. Olympians believe that boxing fans will become familiar with their surnames soon after their Showtime-televised pro debuts on Friday.
Marcus Browne, the light heavyweight representative on the 2012 U.S. Olympic team, and Erroll Spence, the welterweight member of the squad, put the disappointing London Games in behind them as they approach their Showtime-televised pro debuts on Friday.
Undefeated bantamweight prospect Randy Caballero gave his hometown fans a reason to cheer by outpointing Manuel Roman in the main event of a ShoBox: The New Generation card from the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif.