Tim Bradley, Alfredo Angulo Winners On Saturday
Light welterweight champion Timothy Bradley made a successful move up to the welterweight division on Saturday night in Rancho Mirage, CA. Bradley (26-0, 11 KOs) defeated Luis Carlos Abregu by unanimous decision with scores of 118-110, 117-111, and »»
Timothy Bradley vs. Luis Carlos Abregu Weigh-In
Timothy Bradley and Luis Carlos Abregu have weighed in for tomorrow night's welterweight matchup in Rancho Mirage, CA. The results are as follows:
Timothy Bradley (147) vs. Luis Carlos Abregu (146.5)
Alfredo Angulo (153) vs. Joachim Alcine (153. »»
Timothy Bradley vs. Luis Carlos Abregu Preview & Picks
Light welterweight champion Timothy Bradley will flirt with the welterweight division this Saturday when he takes on the unbeaten Luis Carlos Abregu in Rancho Mirage, CA. The fight can be seen on HBO at 9:45pm ET beginning with a light middleweight »»
The 13th Round, Episode #47
Join the guys at Inside Fights for their weekly boxing show tonight at 9pm ET. You can listen live right here. If you would like to call in to the show, and we strongly encourage you to do so, the call-in number is (646) 716-8734. You can also sen »»
Tomasz Adamek Edges Chris Arreola; Angulo Bests Julio
Tomasz Adamek remained undefeated as a heavyweight with a hard-fought majority decision victory over Chris Arreola. The scores were 114-114, 115-113, and 117-111.
Adamek outboxed Arreola in many of the rounds and for the most part, did a good job »»
Dawson Winner In Rematch With Johnson
Chad Dawson came up victorious earlier tonight with another unanimous decision over Glen Johnson. Scores of this light heavyweight bout were 115-113, 115-113, and 117-111. Dawson defeated Glen Johnson by unanimous decision last year as well.
Boxing's November to Remember
As boxing fans, we're the easiest sports fans to please. We're given so little that when a rarity like November, 2009 comes along, we are liable to become absolutely giddy.
Imagine the prospect of an entire month stacked with quality match-ups and nary a cancellation in sight...It's the stuff of legends; Boxing's equivalent to a winning lottery ticket.
After a very sparse Summer and a fairly lackluster 2009 overall, boxing is closing out the year with a bang and about to unleash one of the best months for the sport in my recent memory.
Just look at what awaits us:
Angulo Readies For Yorgey
Alfredo Angulo looks to continue his climb back up the light middleweight ranks when he takes on Harry Joe Yorgey on November 7 on HBO. The bout will be a part of the Chad Dawson vs Glen Johnson telecast. The following press release gathers Angulo's thoughts on his upcoming bout.
Angulo Added To Dawson-Johnson
Mexican light middleweight Alfredo Angulo will fight on November 7, on the undercard of the Chad Dawson-Glen Johnson rematch. Angulo's opponent will be the undefeated Harry Joe Yorgey. Both fights will be aired on HBO.
The fights will take place »»
¡Viva Mexico! The Aztec Nation's Finest!
With Mexican Independence Day upon us, it's only fair to give our friends from South of the Border the attention they deserve as true warriors of the ring.
Here are Mexico's Top 10 Active fighters. »»
Andre Berto Retains Title
Andre Berto kept his WBC welterweight title with a unanimous decision over Juan Urango. Berto also kept his undefeated record intact. The scores of the bout were 117-111 and two scores of 118-110.
Kermit Cintron upset Alfredo Angulo in a light m »»
Campbell Fails at Scales, But Power Bails Him Out Against Funeka
On paper, Don King’s “St. Valentine’s Day Massacre” card looked like a great way to spice up the holiday with some quality boxing action when it was initially announced, but late substitutes, problems at the scales, questionable judging and poor officiating collectively cast a dark shadow over the night and left a bad taste in fans’ mouths by the end of the night. »»
Gamboa, Angulo & Martinez Impress on HBO
Three fighters seeking to make a name for themselves took on the best opposition of their careers and won in dominant fashion on Saturday night. None of the fights went the distance, and none left any stench of controversy – the way boxing fans like it best. »»