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Hopes of a Lopez vs Loma Rematch Scuppered by the New Yorker
Worldwide / September 17, 2021
Hopes of a Lopez vs Loma Rematch Scuppered by the New Yorker

It was the fight that propelled Teofimo Lopez into the big time, and it was one he was supposed to lose, according to the sportsbooks, anyway. However, the Brooklyn native paid no heed to the naysayers and produced a pretty flawless performance to outpoint Vasiliy Lomachenko – the IBF, WBA, and WBO lightweight champion who,

Looking Back At Leonard-Hearns, 40 Years Later
Worldwide / September 16, 2021
Looking Back At Leonard-Hearns, 40 Years Later

It’s been 40 years. Unbelievable! On September 16, 1981, in a makeshift arena that was the parking lot of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, “Superfight” took place. In one corner stood the swift-handed, fleet-footed, once-beaten WBC welterweight champion of the world. In the other corner stood the undefeated knockout artist, the WBA welterweight champion

Lopez v Kambosos Preview
Worldwide / September 16, 2021
Lopez v Kambosos Preview

At the age of 24, Teofimo Lopez is already a unified champion in the lightweight division. It only takes one punch to win a fight though. Challenger George Kambosos will hope he can find that on October 4 at the Hulu Theatre at Madison Square Garden, New York on October 4th. Lopez has the nickname

Peter Kahn Is Out At Triller
Worldwide / September 15, 2021
Peter Kahn Is Out At Triller

Peter Kahn, the New York native and Florida resident, is no longer working at Triller, the upstart social media company which has had a brief and sometimes bumpy run in the pro boxing space. Kahn had been in the biz as a manager, and his stable included George Kambosos, the Australian lightweight battling Teofimo Lopez

Rest In Peace, Dennis Vazquez, Son Of Judge Nelson Vazquez
Worldwide / September 15, 2021
Rest In Peace, Dennis Vazquez, Son Of Judge Nelson Vazquez

Some of you know or remember the name Nelson Vazquez. He is a boxing judge, who resides in Puerto Rico. Nelson’s first pro fight as a judge came on Sept. 9, 1980, the Leo Randolph v Sergio Palma fight in Spokane, Washington. Boxrec says he’s judged 961 bouts—and one of them that will stand out

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