Thursday, July 28, 2016

@TalkinBoxing's #BFTP featured Sam Langford #Boxing

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Sunday, July 24, 2016

#SlugfestAtTheSun #Boxing

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Slugfest at the Sun
Delvin Rodriguez prevails against Shawn Cameron
by Alex Pierpaoli
photos by Sean Laydon

On Saturday night at mohegan Sun Arena Delvin Rodriguez held off Shawn Cameron by ten round unanimous decision in the main event of a seven bout pro-am show presented by Star Boxing.

Delvin Rodriguez, 153.25lbs, of Danbury CT kept the pressure on Shawn Cameron, 153.5lbs, of Brooklyn, NY throughout the 10 rounder, recovering from a dubious "slip" in round seven that should have been called a knockdown. Recovering well, Rodriguez battled back in the final three rounds to secure the decision. The southpaw Cameron, a two-tour veteran of the US war against Iraq, gave a solid effort but was unable to overcome the consistent left jab-right hand blasts of Rodriguez. After ten the scorecards were 96-94 x 2 and 97-93 all in favor of Rodriguez who improves to 29-8-4 (16) while Cameron dipped to 10-2 (5).

Scott Burrell, 137.75lbs of Brooklyn, NY defeated Joseph "Chip" Perez, 137.75lbs, of East Hartford, CT by unanimous decision. Despite constant pressuring Chip Perez was dropped once in the first and
McLaughlin vs. Moore
outboxed over the distance. At the end of six the scorecards were 60-53, 59-54 x 2 all in favor of Brooklyn's Scott Burrell who improved to 12-2 (8). Perez fell to 12-4-2 (4).

Jose Rivera, 163lbs, of Hartford, CT stopped Saul Almeida, 162.5lbs, of Framingham, MA in three rounds, dropping him once in the first before Ref. Danny Schiavone waved off the action at 2:03 of the third. Rivera makes a successful pro debut, now 1-0 (1) while Almeida drops to 0-8.

Southpaw Michael McLaughlin, 147.5lbs, of Boston, MA defeated Shaka Moore 147.5lbs, of Norwalk, CT by unanimous decision. Fighting in a rematch of a March encounter that ended in a No Contest due to a cut caused by an accidental headbutt on McLaughlin, this time it was fsr more decisive a conclusion. Pressing the action throughout, McLaughlin scored a flash knockdown in round 6 to seal things on the scorecards. At the end of eight the judges had it 79-73, 79-72 x 2 all in favor of McLaughlin, now 12-1-1 (5). Moore falls to 12-22-3 (2).

Nain Terbunja, 175lbs, of Prustina, Albania flattened Joel De la Paz, 175lbs, of Atlantic City, NY with a big right hand at 1:23 of round number one. Terbunja scores his first kayo and impoves to 9-1 (1) while De la Paz drops to 7-1 (4).

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Shawn Cameron battles Delvin Rodriguez tonight!

Shawn Cameron: Iraq War Vet in Main Event Tonight at Mohegan Sun Arena; Faces Delvin Rodriguez in Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing Slugfest at the Sun Headliner

Uncasville, CT- The return to the ring of former USBA Welterweight Champion and world title challenger Delvin Rodriguez (28-8-4 16 KOs/Danbury, CT) after a year-long hiatus is just one of the storylines of tonight's (Saturday, July 23) "Slugfest at the Sunstellar boxing card presented by Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing card at Mohegan Sun Arena.

His foe in the 10-round junior middleweight contest, Shawn Cameron (10-1 5 KOs), has fought much tougher battles than the ring wars as a veteran of the Iraq war.

Here's what the 33-year-old native of Brooklyn, NY, has to say:

Military Training = Toughness
"I'm happy that I had the training, because boxing takes a lot of mental toughness. If I didn't have the military experience, and I wasn't used to adversity, I would have quit (boxing) a long time ago. A lot of people that I started with didn't make it, because it's more than just fighting, it takes a lot. You have to really love the sport and want to be a part of it."

Friday, July 22, 2016

Results from ringside #boxing #ShoBox

Close Fights and Short Nights Highlight ShoBox from Foxwoods Premier Ballroom
-Ringside results-
By Alex Pierpaoli

Middleweight Ian Green 157lbs of PatersonNJ upset Khiary Gray Pitts 155lbs of WorcesterMA in the most anticipated bout of the night. Gray started the first in signature-style, looking to land the right and finding success repeatedly. But in the second with Gray pursuing and swinging wildly at the head of his opponent Ian Green caught him charging in with a right of his own and put him down hard. Stunned, Gray barely beat the count and with time running out in the second he was unable to hold or keep Green off and was dropped again, almost through the ropes, by another brushing right from Green. Ref. Arthur Mercante had seen enough and called off the bout at 2:50 of the second, giving Green, a 5 day replacement opponent, a huge televised win over Worcester, MA's hottest prospect. Green improves to 10-1 (8) while Gray picks up his first defeat, now 13-1 (10).

Adam Lopez 121lbs of San Antonio TX and Roman Ruben Reynoso 121lbs of Buenos AiresArgentina had to settle for a majority draw after toiling ten rounds for the WBA Fedelatin super bantamweight title. They fought long past midnight with Reynoso the aggressor throughout with Lopez content to counter him and keep him at a distance. Again and again Reynoso rushed Lopez firing big rights that often landed just off the mark. At the end of ten rounds one judge had it for Lopez at 96-94, one for Reynoso at 97-93 and the third had it even at 95-95. With the draw Lopez goes to 15-0-1 (7) while Reynoso finishes at 18-1-2 (7).

Super Middleweight Jerry Odom, 168lbs of Bowie, MD crunched Julius Jackson 168lbs, of Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands with a big right that ended matters at 1:57 of round three. Odom improved to 14-2-1 (13) while Julius Jackson looks to regroup at 19-2 (15).

In the first bout of the night Brent Venegas III, 119lbs, of Elk Grove, CA, made a successful professional debut with a second round demolition of Christian Foster, 123lbs, of Alexandria, VA. Venegas scored a knockdown in round one and when rushing in to follow-up he got caught and dropped with a counter by Foster. Unhurt, Venegas gathered himself and continued, scoring a second knockdown before the close of the first. In the second he closed the distance on Foster quickly and Ref. Danny Schiavone called off the bout with Foster taking punishment at 1:37 of round 2. Venegas is now 1-0 (1) as a professional while Foster backs into the pro ranks at 0-1.

Bantamweight Leroy Davila 118lbs of New BrunswickNJ defeated Edgar Cortes 121lbs of VinelandNJ by four round unanimous decision. In an all southpaw contest, Davila scored with the harder punches throughout and dropped Cortes with a speedy left in round number three. After four the officials saw the bout 40-35, 39-36 x 2 all in favor of Davila who improves to 2-0 (1). Cortes falls to 2-3.

David Wilson 161lbs of MeridenCT scored a majority draw against Kendrick Ball Jr 162lbs of WorcesterMA. Both men threw punches with bad intentions during this four-rounder, with the orthodox Ball landing heavier on the southpaw Wilson. At the end of four the officials saw it 39-37 for Wilson, overruled by two even cards of 38-38. Wilson is now 5-0-1 (1) while Ball goes to 2-0-1 (2).

Lightweight Divante Jones 135lbs of AugustaGA won a split decision over Anthony Burgin 136lbs of PhiladelphiaPA. After 4 heated rounds one judge saw it 38-37 for Burgin, overruled by two scores of 38-37 for Divante Jones. With the split verdict win, Jones climbs to 9-0 (6) while Burgin's record dips to 9-2 (2).

Welterweight Jimmy Williams 145lbs, of New HavenCT defeated Antonio Chaves Fernandez 148lbs of BroktonMA by six round decision. After landing a crackling right hand in round one, Williams spent much of the bout hoping to repeat his success and he did sporadically when able to crack through the awkward ambidextrousness of his opponent. After six rounds the judges saw it 60-54 and 58-56 x 2 all in favor of Jimmy "Quiet Storm" Williams who improves to 12-0-1 (5). Antonio Fernandes' record dips to 7-27-3 (2).

Lightweight Rolando Chinea 134lbs of PhiladelphiaPA scored a split decision win over O'Shaquie Foster 134lbs of HoustonTX. Rolando Chinea outworked and outhustled Foster over the eight round distance landing repeatedly with both hands. Foster countered well from against the ropes but Chinea crowded him, keeping him on the defensive too often. Scores were 77-75 for Foster overruled by scores of 79-73 and 78-74 in favor of Chinea.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

results from ringside #PBConESPN #boxing

Sergiy Derevyanchenko vs. Sam Soliman
Ringside Results
By Alex Pierpaoli

In the Main Event, Sergiy Derevyanchenko 159lbs of Brooklyn, NY stopped Sam Soliman 159lbs of Melbourne, Australia in two one-sided rounds.  Derevyanchenko made short work of the gangly and awkward Sam Soliman, dropping him twice, once in the first and once in the second before putting him flat on his back from a monster right hand. Derevyanchenko improves to 9-0 (7) while Sam Soliman falls to 44-14 (18).

In the opening bout of the night, Christopher Davis-Fogg, 158lbs, of Framingham, MA, made a successful pro debut with a quick stoppage of Jeff Anderson 158lbs of Lincoln, RI. Davis-Fogg pelted Anderson with speedy hard punches from the opening bell and followed up well when he stung Anderson with a right in a neutral corner. Davis-Fogg connected repeatedly while Anderson offered no resistance prompting Referee Johnny Callas to halt the action at 1:24 of the first. Anderson dropped to 0-2.

Alantez Fox, 162lbs, of Forestville, MD stopped Paul Valenzuela Jr 163lbs of Santa Rosalia, MEX after 6 rounds. Fox thumped away at the head and body of Valenzuela Jr, hurting him briefly in round two with a straight right hand blast. Valenzuela was game throughout, scoring well at times with short punches especially the uppercut, but as the rounds wore on the taller, longer Fox did more and more damage. In victory Alantez Fox improves to 20-0-1 (9) while Valenzuela falles to 17-4 (11).

Mykquan Williams 142lbs, of East Hartford, CT went the four round distance for the first time in his pro career against Isaac Johnson 143lbs. of Colorado Springs, CO. Johnson brought a lot of heart and busy hands from out West and tried his damnedest to put a wrinkle in the plans of the regional favorite. Williams countered better throughout, landing heavier on his aggressive opponent. Williams' left hook was especially effective in securing the decision in his favor. After four the judges were all in agreement at 40-36 x 3. Williams improved to 3-0 (2) while Johnson heads back to Colorado at 2-4.

In the ESPN opener, Ievgen Kytrov 159lbs of Brooklyn, NY stopped Paul Mendez, 160lbs, of Delano CA, after nine one-sided but entertaining rounds. Khytrov's heavy hands were far more accurate against the remarkably durable Mendez, whose defense consisted of mostly just pure toughness. After a punishing 8th it looked as though the ringside physician would convince Mendez' corner to halt things before the ninth but no luck. Referee Joey Lupino waved off the bout at 1:20 of the ninth with Khytrov slamming rights into the side of Mendez' head. With the victory Khytrov improves to 14-0 (12) while Paul Mendez drops to 19-3-2 (9).

In the final but most competitive bout of the evening, Shelly Vincent, 126lbs, of Providence RI, held off Christina Ruiz, 123lbs, of San Antonio TX by majority decision. Ruiz landed the more meaningful, scoring blows throughout the bout but Vincent closed the gap with volume punching especially in the later rounds. Having met once previously in April of last year, it was apparent Ruiz showed up with every intention of handing Vincent her first loss in her own backyard. She almost did. At the end of eight one judge had it 76-76, overruled by the other two who both scored it 77-75 in favor of Vincent. With the win Vincent moves to 18-0 (1) while Ruiz returns to Texas with a moral victory at least and a record of 7-9 (4).

Southpaw Ivan Golub 149lbs, of Brooklyn, NY scored a one punch TKO over Ernesto Ortiz, 148lbs, of Cuernavaca, Mexico. Ortiz caught the worst of a low blow in round one and while reeling on the canvas and taking almost the entire five minutes allotted to recover from a foul, it seemed very clear Ortiz was out of his out of his depth versus Golub. In the second Golub pursued Ortiz into a corner and blasted him with a left that put him down hard prompting Ref. Johnny Callas to wave things off at 2:49 of the round. Golub improves to 12-0 (10) while Ortiz drops to 10-4 (7).

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Undercard announced for @MoheganSun card Saturday night #Boxing

Slugfest at The Sun Spectacular 
Star Boxing Undercard Bouts Accompany Delvin Rodriguez vs. Shawn Cameron Main Event at Mohegan Sun Arena on Saturday Night, July 23 

July 19, Uncasville, CT- Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing has put together its customary, competitive undercard to accompany the Mohegan Sun Arena main event featuring the return of former USBA Welterweight Champion and world title challenger Delvin Rodriguez (28-8-4 16KO Danbury, CT) against Iraqi war veteran Shawn Cameron (10-1 5 KOs) of the Brooklyn, NY in a 10-round Junior Middleweight contest on Saturday night, July 23.

The action packed evening begins at 7:30 pm with three exciting bouts featuring some of Connecticut's best up-and-coming fighters to open the show.

Matchmaker Ron Katz has finalized Boston's Michael McLaughlin (11-1-1, 5 KOs) to do battle with Shaka Moore (12-21-3, 2 KOs) of Norwalk, CT. in an eight-round affair for the vacant New England Welterweight title and home turf bragging rights as the Slugfest at The Sun co-feature.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Odom replaces Ellis versus Jackson on Shobox Friday night


Odom Replaces The Injured Ronald Ellis In Co-Featured Bout Live On SHOWTIME® At 10 p.m. ET/PT From Foxwoods Resort Casino In Mashantucket, Conn.
World-Ranked Adam Lopez Risks Perfect Record Against
 Roman Reynoso In Main Event Live
at 10 p.m. ET/PT

Tickets on Sale At Foxwoods Resort Casino
Prospect Jerry Odom steps up to face Julius Jackson in a matchup of super middleweights next Friday, July 22 on ShoBox: The New Generation live on SHOWTIME (10 p.m. ET/PT) from Foxwoods Resort Casino in
Mashantucket, Conn.
The hard-hitting Odom (13-2-1, 12 KOs) replaces Ronald Ellis, who pulled out of the bout on Thursday with a right hand injury.
Odom was deep in training and looking to bounce back from a controversial draw with Ellis in February on ShoBox when he received the opportunity to face Jackson (19-1, 15 KOs).  Jackson is the older brother of John and son of former two-division world champion Julian "The Hawk" Jackson.
"I have been training for a few fights that fell through.  I'm in shape and ready to go," Odom said.  "When my team got the call we decided it was the right decision to take this opportunity. 
"My power will be a big factor.  Jackson has faced punchers before, but he hasn't faced one like me.  This is a great opportunity, and I will put on a show next Friday."
Undefeated top 10-ranked super bantamweight Adam "Mantequilla" Lopez (15-0, 7 KOs) faces Roman Ruben Reynoso (18-1-1, 7 KOs) in the 10-round main event.   In an eight round lightweight bout, O'Shaquie Foster (10-1, 7 KOs) meets Rolando Chinea (12-1-1, 6 KOs). 
The July 22 ShoBox telecast marks the 15-year anniversary of the celebrated prospect developmental series. 

SHOBOX Friday Night Card @Foxwoods details

Five members of GH3 Promotions stable to be on display this Friday on ShoBox: The New Generation at Foxwoods

Adam Lopez - Ramon Reynoso; Jerry Odom - Julius Jackson; O'Shaquie Foster - Rolando Chinewa

Plus Olympic alternates LeRoy Davila and Brent Venegas in action in non-televised bouts

Tickets on Sale At Foxwoods Resort Casino

NEW YORK (July 18 2016) - This Friday at Foxwoods Resort Casino, GH3 Promotions will feature five of it's brightest prospects on a ShoBox: The New Generation card that will be broadcast live on SHOWTIME (10 p.m. ET/PT).

In the 10-round main event, undefeated top 10-ranked Adam "Mantequilla" Lopez (15-0, 7 KOs), of San Antonio, faces Roman Ruben Reynoso (18-1-1, 7 KOs), of Argentina, in a super bantamweight bout. Super middleweights Jerry Odom (13-2-1, 11 KOs) of Baltimore, and Julius Jackson (19-1, 15 KOs) of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, will collide in the eight-round co-feature.

Two eight-rounders will round out the four-fight telecast. O'Shaquie Foster (10-1, 7 KOs), of Orange, Texas, meets Rolando Chinea (12-1-1, 6 KOs), of Lancaster, Penn., in a lightweight scrap.

Before the cameras roll, two United States Olympic Alternates will also see action as super flyweight LeRoy Davila (1-0, 1 KO), of New Brunswick, N.J., battled Edgar Cortes (2-2) of Vineland, N.J.

Also, Brent Venegas III, of Elk Grove, Calif., will make his pro debut against an opponent to be named in a bantamweight bout.

"We are very excited about Friday," said GH3 Promotios CEO Vito Mielnicki.  "Adam Lopez is a couple of fights away from winning a world title.  Jerry Odom has a real chance to put himself as a contender in the super middleweight division.  O'Shaquie Foster is in a good fight to build on his last performance.  We are really looking forward to seeing LeRoy Davila and Brent Venegas.  They are the next two fighters that we are developing and they have huge upsides.  We hope to fight them regularly and hope to have them on ShoBox in the next year or so."  

Tickets for the GH3 Promotions event are priced at $45, $75 and $150 and can be purchased by phone from the Foxwoods Resort Casino at 800.200.2882 or online at

Chatman and Reis win in Twin River co-features

Chatman beats Falowo again in rematch to claim New England Title; Reis earns 10th professional win

PROVIDENCE, R.I.– As Chris Chatman said matter-of-factly atThursday’s pre-fight weigh-in, “I beat Thomas before, and I’ll beat him again.”

The Jersey City vet delivered Friday, earning a split-decision win over rival Thomas Falowo(14-4) for the second time in three years to capture Falowo’s New England Middleweight Title in the main event of CES Boxing’s summertime spectacular at Twin River Casino.

After beating Falowo in 2013 – same ring, same venue – Chatman (14-5-1) out-boxed and out-worked the Pawtucket, R.I., native, fighting effectively on angles and, at times, boxing circles around his opponent. The two clashed heads in the third round, opening a cut over Falowo’s right eye, but Falowo bounced back and closed the round effectively.

The eye didn’t appear to bother Falowo, but Chatman’s speed and elusiveness did; Chatman was his usual boastful self, showboating between punches and dancing during breaks to simultaneously keep the crowd entertained and avoid Falowo’s onslaught. The first time they fought, Chatman won 77-75 on all three scorecards. This time, it was a 78-74, 74-78, 78-74 split decision verdict with Clark Sammartino and Steve Weisfeld scoring it in favor of Chatman and Eddie Scuncio in favor of Falowo.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Delvin Rodriguez returns! @MoheganSun #Boxing

Delvin Rodriguez returns versus Sean Cameron on July 23rd
New York, - Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing returns to Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on, Saturday, July 23rd for the highly anticipated return of Connecticut's favorite son at the Sun. The summer bash, Slugfest at the Sun, will feature an exciting night of action beginning at 7:30pm.
Former USBA Welterweight Champion and multi world title challenger Delvin Rodriguez (28-8-4 16KO Danbury, CT), returns to the ring taking on Iraqi war veteran Shawn Cameron (10-1 5KO Bronx, NY) in a 10 round Jr. Middleweight contest.
Rodriguez, who last fought in June 2015, challenged Erislandy Lara for the WBA World Jr. Middleweight title that night, dropping a 12 round decision to the champion.
Rodriguez has fought a who's who over the course of his long career including such elite fighters as Miguel Cotto, the aforementioned Lara, and Austin Trout, but may be best remembered for his scintillating battle with Pawel Wolak on July 15, 2011, which garnered 'Fight of the Year" award.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

@TalkinBoxing today's #BFTP featured Riddick Bowe

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Friday, July 8, 2016

@DRodriguez1980 returns to @MoheganSun Arena on July 23 #Boxing

Delvin Rodriguez returns to Mohegan Sun of July 23rd
Tickets available now

Star Boxing announces the return of Delvin Rodriguez on July 23rd at Mohegan Sun Arena against 10-1 Shawn Cameron. Rodriguez returns to action after a lay-off of just over one year since his points defeat at the hands of super-welterweight world champ Erislandy Lara.
Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster or at the Mohegan Sun Arena box office. 

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Kali Reis fights @TwinRiver on July 15 #Boxing

Having seen and done it all in boxing, female world champ Reis finds new ways to keep the fire burning

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- With three world titles under her belt, including one of the most prestigious in all of boxing, and a well-earned reputation as one of the sport's toughest road warriors, Kali Reis has accomplished more than most fighters can dream of.

"If I was to be 100 percent real," Reis said, "I have nothing else to prove to myself."

Regardless, the Providence, R.I., native and reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) Female Middleweight World Champion remains as hungry as ever, motivated by the desire to achieve more and continue learning about everything the sport has to offer both in and out of the ring.

Having fought overseas five times, from everywhere from Bermuda to New Zealand, Reis (9-5-1, 4 KOs) will once again touch down in her home state Friday, July 15th, 2016 when she faces Atlantic City's Althea Saunders (3-2-2) in an eight-round bout on the undercard of CES Boxing's summertime spectacular at Twin River Casino.

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Monday, July 4, 2016

Mykey Williams signs with @DiBellaEnt #Boxing

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Mykquan Williams signs with DiBella Entertainment

NEW YORK, N.Y.  - DiBella Entertainment has announced the signing of E. Hartford, Connecticut 18-year-old welterweight prospect Mykquan "Mykey" Williams (1-0, 1 KO) to an exclusive promotional contract.

Williams, who is currently finishing his junior year at A.I. Prince Technical School in Hartford, was a decorated amateur boxer with a 45-13 amateur record, highlighted by three gold-medal performances at the Ringside World Championships, in addition to winning the PAL Tournament and Silver Gloves Championships.

"I am thrilled to sign such a hungry, young prospect like Mykey Williams," said Lou DiBella. "Williams is an accomplished amateur and Jackie Kallen certainly has an eye for spotting great talent. He already has a growing fan base in the New England area and I am confident that he will quickly develop into a rising prospect."

"Signing with DiBella was the best move for me," Williams commented. "I'm excited to be fighting under the DiBella banner now. He's a great promoter who will help me get to the world-class level in this sport. I'm just happy that the ball is finally rolling!"

Williams has already overcome tremendous obstacles during his young life, including the shooting murder of his father when Mykey was only one week old, and then his house burned down 10 years later.

Paul Cichon, a 2014 Conn. Boxing Hall of Fame inductee, has trained Williams since he was seven. "If anybody had a reason to go the wrong way, it was Mykey," Cichon added. "But he's a great kid who is a hard worker and is always happy with a positive attitude.  He's a boxer who can punch and when he sets up his opponent, watch out, because he's in big trouble. Mykey is a great finisher who moves well and has good defense. He's a left-hander who goes to the body to breakdown his opponent. Mykey's slick and hard to hit, but he's also unique because he's a naturally gifted athlete who could have excelled at any sport he chose."

Although Williams made his successful professional debut on April 16th at Foxwoods Resorts Casino in a card promoted by DiBella Entertainment, he will make his DiBella Entertainment debut this Thursday night (June 30) at Foxwoods in a four-round bout.

"I haven't been this excited about a fighter since I signed James Toney in 1989," famed boxing manager Jackie Kallen exclaimed. "Mykey Williams is the real deal. His future is unlimited and we are thrilled to partner up with DiBella Entertainment to make it all happen."

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