Results

Today’s boxing results. The latest boxing results from tonight’s fights.

Nathan Cleverly retires as Badou Jack becomes new WBA Light Heavyweight champion

Nathan Cleverly lost his WBA Light-Heavyweight title on Saturday night, on the undercard to Mayweather vs McGregor in Las Vegas, to Badou Jack via a fifth round stoppage. Cleverly, 30, who became the WBA champion when he defeated Juergen Braehmer last October, was having his first defence of the title against Swedish boxer, Badou Jack in Las Vegas, which ended to be his last in the ring. Badou Jack, 33, stepped up from Super Middleweight to Light Heavyweight for the bout for the first time, defeated Cleverly in the 5th round after referee, Tony Weeks, intervened to end the fight. ...

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Gervonta Davis defeats Francisco Fonseca – but loses title

Las Vegas was the setting for a huge fight night of boxing with plenty of great bouts on the undercard to the main event of Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor. Though there was controversy before and after the fight between Gervonta Davis and Francisco Fonseca. Gervonta Davis, 22, the IBF Junior Lightweight champion prior to the bout, was up against Costa Rican, Francisco Fonseca on the undercard to Mayweather and McGregor and the Costa Rican had the opportunity to take the title from the Southpaw boxer, but not for Davis to retain if he won. Gervonta Davis and Francisco Fonseca ...

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Crawford becomes undisputed champion in three rounds

History was made on Saturday night when Terence Crawford defeated Julius Indongo to become the undisputed Super-Lightweight champion at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska. Crawford now holds the WBA and IBF belts along with his current WBC and WBO titles, making him the second male boxer to unify four major titles. The two started off quietly, both trying to find their range in the first, with Crawford making more of an attack on Indongo with a few nice shots. The second round burst into life. Crawford outclassed his opponent and the Namibian was lucky to survive the round as Crawford ...

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Payano impresses in win over Santiago / Miller defeats Herring

Juan Carlos Payano defeated Alexis Santiago in the main event of Premier Boxing Champions Toe to Toe Tuesdays, in Las Vegas Nevada, presented by Mayweather Promotions, with an impressive decision victory. Dominican Payano, was consistent with his punches which Santiago couldn’t handle as he was focused on landing the big shot to his opponent. The fight had its rough moments, with Payano receiving a cut above his left eye in the 3rd round, though did not discourage the Dominican. American Santiago had his fair share of shots, landing big right hands late in the 4th and 5th rounds that had ...

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Katie Taylor dominates over Jasmine Clarkson in Brooklyn

Irish sensation Katie Taylor (6-0, 4 KOs) stopped Brooklynite Jasmine Clarkson (4-9) after three rounds of action in the unbeaten fighter’s U.S. debut. The Olympic Gold medalist was dominant from the outset, stalking her opponent around the ring and consistently trapping her in the corner. Taylor was effective with both hands and did most of her work to the head of Clarkson. After three rounds of damage, Clarkson’s corner stopped the bout and gave Taylor her first stateside win as a pro. “It was a fantastic experience being my first time competing here in the U.S,” said Taylor. “There were ...

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Broner vs Garcia – Post Fight Recap

Before the fight Mikey Garcia stated, “I want my name mentioned with the best”. At the conclusion of my prediction, I stated that Adrien Broner is good, but Garcia is great and would show it. With his UD win over Broner, what Mikey Garcia showed is he’s greater than we thought. Moving up to the 140-pound weight division against Broner, who was undefeated at the weight, who was in the best shape of his career, and pre-fight stated he will let his hands to the talking, Mikey Garcia at the end of the 12th round bell gave the feeling we ...

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Carl Frampton next for Lee Selby?

On an emotional night, IBF World Feather Weight champion, Lee Selby, retained his title after a unanimous points decision win over Argentine, Jonathan Victor Barros, live on ITV Box Office and the undercard to Chris Eubank Jr vs Arthur Abraham. Selby stepped into the ring after his mother had passed away, only four day before the fight. The Welshman was in great form, producing an incredible display in his third title defence against Barros, an opponent Selby was to fight 6 months prior, but due to Barros unable to meet the licensing requirements of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, the fight was ...

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10 Year Anniversary – Greatest Fights – Part 2

2007 featured a few good fights for Boxing, here I want to revisit some of the best fights of the year and their impact that those matches made on the fight game moving forward. Here is my Part 2 of some of the best fights of 2007. 3/17/2007 – Juan Manuel Marquez vs Marco Antonio Barrera for the Featherweight Championship This fight was a battle between two Mexican greats; one entering his prime in Marquez, while Barrera was the popular Mexican warrior. The fight featured many fireworks including in round 7 where Marquez was knockdown. However, the referee ruled the ...

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Taylor dominates Davies as he claims WBC Silver Super-Lightweight title

On Saturday night, Scotsman Josh Taylor added to his Commonwealth title by defeating Ohara Davies in the 7th round via stoppage and claimed the WBC Silver Super – Lightweight title at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow. Taylor, trained by Shane McGuigan, was sharp and focused throughout showing his patience whilst landing jabs and blows to Davies. Only on a few occasions was Taylor troubled, showing signs of over confidence allowing Davies to connect with the occasional jabs. Davies looked very out of sought. His plan seemed to be to hit the ‘money shot’ at every chance, leaning in with his ...

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Buatsi impresses on professional debut

Joshua Buatsi, 24, made a winning start to professional boxing as he defeated Calos Mena with a second round stoppage at the O2 Arena, London on Saturday night. After gaining a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics 2012, Buatsi entered the paid ranks of boxing and quickly found his feet, never looking in doubt of a win. The Cuban, Carlos Mena, had a record of 4 wins from 10 fights and though he had the ring experience, Mena was caught out by Buatsi’s left hooks within the first 20 seconds of the fight. Mena went down in the 1st after Buatsi ...

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