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  AJ vs Miller
Posted by: diehard - 02-13-2019, 10:49 PM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (17)

https://www.boxing247.com/boxing-news/the-world-heavyweight-championship-comes-back-to-new-york/110173

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  Bob Arum: "AJ needs to stop fighting no hopers" (like parker)
Posted by: Infern0 - 01-22-2019, 03:30 PM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (1)

Uncle Bob off his dementia medication has said AJ needs to come to america where the real money is. And stop fighting no hopers like Parker, Klitschko and Povetkin.

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  Pacman vs Broner
Posted by: diehard - 01-20-2019, 03:55 PM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (8)

Pacquiao-Broner off-TV undercard

By David Robinett at ringside

Manny Pacquiao sparring partner and protégé, George Kambosos, Jr., (16-0, 9 KOs), earned a workmanlike eight round unanimous decision over faded contender Ray Perez (24-11, 8 KOs). Scores were 80-72 on all three cards for the lightweight bout. Kambosos was in control the entire fight, but was very measured, probably too much so, in his attack. Working patiently behind the jab, Kambosos would work his way into Perez and land a solid left or right hook, but rarely attempted combinations or a sustained flurry, despite the fact that Perez offered very little resistance beyond a weak jab or counter. That made for a one-sided affair lacking drama, but enough to keep Kambosos undefeated and on to the next challenge.
Desmond Jarmon, (8-0, 4 KOs) an undefeated prospect under Adrien Broner’s About Billions promotional stable, squeezed out a tactical majority decision over Canton Miller (3-2-1, 1 KO) in a six-round super featherweight bout. One judge scored the fight a 57-57 draw, overruled by the other two judges, 58-56 and 59-55. Neither fighter seemed eager to engage, with Jarmon content to throw one or two punches in occasional spurts and Miller countering with only limited success. Jarmon had his best round in the fourth, when a right uppercut appeared to hurt Miller near the end of the round, though Jarmon was unable to land a finisher before the bell. Jarmon showed little urgency after that, allowing Miller to stay in the fight, but Miller was never able to land anything significant enough to take advantage.
Welterweight Destyne Butler (5-0, 3 KOs) cruised to four-round unanimous decision over game but outclassed former MMA fighter David Payne (3-2-1, 1 KO) by scores of 40-36 on all three cards. After a competitive first round where Payne was surprisingly aggressive and caused Butler to keep his distance, Butler began to assert himself in round two, planting his feet and firing two hand combinations through the guard of Payne. Butler continued to rely on superior speed and power to batter Payne over the last two rounds, despite some flashes of moxie by Payne, who refused to go down and got in some nice work to the body despite the losing effort.
In the opening bout of the Pacquiao vs. Broner undercard at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, former British national team member Viddal Riley (2-0, 2 KOs) needed all of three punches to earn a first-round stoppage over debuting opponent Mitchell Spangler in a scheduled four-round cruiserweight bout. Riley, who at this stage may be best known for training YouTube star KSI for his PPV exhibition match against Logan Paul, knocked down Spangler with his first two punches, a left jab, right hand combination. Moments later Riley finished it with his third punch, a left hook that dropped Spangler hard and prompted the referee to quickly wave the mismatch over. Official time of the stoppage was 33 seconds.

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  NZ boxing - the year ahead.
Posted by: craigyid14 - 12-31-2018, 02:06 AM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (6)

2019 looks set to be a cracking year for New Zealands professional boxers, JP might have lost his world title this year but given the right fights, it's a very exciting year ahead for him. Throw in unbeaten Junior Fa and comebacking (also unbeaten) Hemi Ahio, the heavyweight division is mouth watering.
At cruiser David Light looks a brilliant prospect, a muted may match up with Aussie Mark Flanagan looks tasty. The butcher back at light heavy with Mose (I hope he gets active) and Andrei Mikhailovich at super middle and middleweight respectively, lower down in weight classes Cantabrians Bowyn Morgan at light middle and Nort Beachamp challenging in Asia for a regional belt at super feather, NZ boxing looks exiciting. Here's to 2019, what's everybody hoping for?

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  Merry Christmas Everyone!
Posted by: diehard - 12-24-2018, 04:03 PM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (2)

I want to thank everyone for posting and helping to make nzboxchat continue to happen.  All the best for a great Christmas.  May all your punches land in the right spot.

Diehard and Mrs D.

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  Razman Cojanu loses to British prospect Nathan Gorman
Posted by: Infern0 - 12-24-2018, 01:45 AM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (1)

The scores were 119-108x2 and 120-108 x1

Just of interest as it's a former JP opponent

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  David Light vs Flanagan
Posted by: Justapakeha - 12-16-2018, 07:56 AM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (3)

May 2019.
Big step up for Light. Flanagan lost a wide UD to Lebedev a few yrs ago. And hasnt beaten anyone of note but in the fights he's lost he's looked to be reasonably competitive. Flanagan lost to Daniel Mckinnon 5 yrs ago buts looked to have improved since. Light definitely in with a chance here to go to the next level with a win.

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  Alvarez vs Fielding FREE
Posted by: diehard - 12-10-2018, 02:44 PM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (15)

Canelo vs Fielding on 2PM-6PM Sunday, SKY POP-UP 260.  Free with SKY.  Enjoy!

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  Wilder v Fury prediction
Posted by: Msreef - 12-01-2018, 11:12 AM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (6)

Who's everyone got? I'm picking Fury by KO, Wilder doesn't have much more than a punches chance imo.

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  Stevenson vs Gvozdyk SKY POP-UP
Posted by: diehard - 12-01-2018, 10:47 AM - Forum: NZBoxChat - Replies (12)

Nulla alerted me to this.  He even has all the details below.  Many thanks, nulla!!!


Adonis "Superman" Stevenson defends his WBC World Light Heavyweight title v Oleksandr "The Nail" Gvozdyk tomorrow Sunday 2 December from 1PM on Sky Sports Pop Up 3 (channel 57). I am expecting this to be a way better fight that Wilder-Fury later in the afternoon and am picking Gvozdyk to dethrone Stevenson by way of knock out.

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