Joseph Diaz Jr. won a hard-fought decision against relentless Rene Alvarado on the Mauricio Herrera-Hank Lundy undercard on Saturday at the LA Sports Arena.
Michael Perez will face Luis Sanchez in the co-feature to Herrera-Lundy on July 11 in Los Angeles. Sanchez replaces Sharif Bogere who withdrew due to injury.
New York City-area prospects Eddie Gomez and Zachary Ochoa gave their fans something to cheer about with sharp performances in decision victories over tough journeymen on the undercard of the David Lemieux-Gabriel Rosado fight on Saturday at Barclays Center.
Middleweights David Lemieux and Gabriel Rosado on the scales along with other fighters featured in Saturday’s ‘Boxing After Dark’ show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Photos by Rich Kane/Hoganphotos-Golden Boy Promotions.
Saturday’s show at Barclays Center will feature two four-fight veterans of the Brooklyn venue, including undefeated junior welterweight and local resident Zachary Ochoa.
In part two of Lee Groves’ journal chronicling his recent return to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man broaches the topic of questionable judging in the wake of Vyacheslav Glazkov vs. Derric Rossy.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the official weights for tonight’s edition of “Friday Night Fights,” notable underdog victories and much more.
Brooklyn-based welterweight Sadam Ali dropped veteran Michael Clark with a hard right, left hook duo that resulted in a first-round knockout on the Bernard Hopkins-Beibut Shumenov undercard at The D.C. Armory.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook brings us news on Golden Boy Promotions and Bernard Hopkins’ most recent accolades and much more.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook brings us news on promising youngsters supporting Showtime’s April 19 tripleheader and much more.
Zab Judah’s take on why there has been no press conference or weigh-in staredowns with Danny Garcia: “Always remember: A monkey can never look a lion in the face.”
Adrien Broner’s stoppage of Antonio DeMarco was among the seven knockouts which contributed $3,000 each toward a Hurricane Sandy relief fund for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Atlantic City.
New Jersey State Athletic Commissioner Aaron Davis: “I don’t want anybody to go to the hospital for a knockout, but if you’re going to get knocked out, it’s good that it’s for a good cause.”