The Vernon Paris-Cleotis Pendarvis fight scheduled for Saturday has been postponed to May 23, while featherweight standouts Efrain Esquivias and Oscar Valdez have been added to fight cards in April and May. Francisco Salazar has more Southern Cali. boxing notes.
The Cleotis Pendarvis-Vernon Paris junior welterweight bout has been moved from its March 21 date to April 19 in Los Angeles, All Star Boxing Promotions matchmaker Pete Hironaka told RingTV.com last week.
Paulie Malignaggi and Zab Judah will meet in Saturday’s clash of Brooklyn natives. Sixteen boxing experts are split over who will win the showdown between the veteran two-division titleholders.
Two-division titlewinners Zab Judah and Paulie Malignaggi, who will fight in their native Brooklyn on Dec. 7, recently turned 36 and 33, respectively. When they meet on Dec. 7, the loser’s career may well be at an end.
Zab Judah once coached Paulie Malignaggi as an amateur but he will fight his fellow two-division titleholder as a professional in their native Brooklyn at Barclays Center on Dec. 7.
Five-time two-division titlewinner Zab Judah has signed a co-promotional deal with Golden Boy Promotions, it was announced on Monday. Judah spoke with RingTV.com about the new partnership and his willingness to return to the 147-pound division.
Showtime boss Stephen Espinoza calls the open dialogue regarding religion between Robert Guerrero and Floyd Mayweatther Jr. “refreshing” albeit “not always a comfortable conversation.”
Zab Judah’s win over Lucas Matthysse and Danny Garcia’s unanimous decision over Erik Morales will be aired Saturday night on Fox Deportes in advance of Garcia’s Showtime-televised April 27 clash with Judah.
THE RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia is set to face Zab Judah, a former six-time titleholder, in a Showtime-televised headliner on Jan. 19. A return to Barclays Center in Brooklyn is a consideration, but not a certainty.
RING junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia could return to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Jan. 19 against an opponent to be announced. Former champ Zab Judah, a Brooklyn native, is thought to be a prime candidate.