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MMA NOTES INCLUDE ROUSEY-MAYWEATHER FEUD

FORBES SAYS RONDA “MAKES MORE” THAN FLOYD!

Ronda Rousey-Floyd Mayweather

Ronda Rousey-Floyd Mayweather


Los Angeles, CAFloyd Mayweather, challenged by Ronda Rousey to a “male vs. female” full contact fight, shot back and said he makes more money than Ronda. She fired back with, “I don’t know if you saw the Floyd thing; he said ‘You make $300 million a night, then you can give me a call.’ I actually did the math and given the numbers of my last fight, I’m actually the highest paid UFC fighter and I’m a woman. And I think I actually make two to three times more than he does per second. So when he learns to read and write, he can text me.”.

UFC MAIN EVENT HAS FLUKE ENDING

It was billed as an exciting matchup between two of the best young featherweights (145 lb.) in the world.  While the action certainly was not bad, the fight ended abruptly at 1:39 of the very first round.  Max Holloway (14-3) looked to be taking an early advantage over Charles Oliveira (20-5) with his striking before Oliveira crumpled suddenly and was unable to continue.  The officially result is listed as “TKO (Esophagus Injury)”, which was a first for me.  We did not learn too much about either guy that we did not already know.  Holloway is on the rise and Oliveira wilts under pressure.

MAGNY AND COTE WIN ON UNDERCARD

Welterweight (170) Neil Magny (16-4) scored a minor upset over Erick Silva (18-6, 1 NC) in the chief support.  Silva has been touted throughout his UFC career, but has so far failed to separate himself from his peers.  His UFC record stands at 6-5, though to be fair, it should be 7-4.  He was given a dubious disqualification versus Carlo Prater (31-15-1) in what should have been a TKO win.  Still, Silva will look to rebuild yet again after losing to Magny by split decision.  On the undercard, Patrick Cote (22-9) knocked out Josh Burkman (27-12, 1 NC) at 1:26 of round 3 in front of Cote’s home crowd at the Sasktel Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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WBO PREZ PACO VALCARCEL FIGHTS “STORM”

WBO President Francisco "Paco" Valcarcel

WBO President Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel


San Francisco, CA– On the longest running fight show in history, 30+ years, 11 months, “Ring Talk Worldwide,” host Pedro Fernandez and WBO President Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel discussed a number of topics in the WBO world, the 2015 WBO Congress in Orlando, FL and the WBO’s Anti-Drug Program.

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FANS SUING PACQUIAO FOR FRAUD GET COURT DATE!

PACQUIAO MAY HAVE TO ANSWER (PAY?) FOR FIGHT FRAUD

Manny Pacquiao After Surgery & Check Clearing!

Manny Pacquiao After Surgery & Check Clearing!


San Francisco, CA– When Manny Pacquiao arrived at the MGM Grand to face Floyd Mayweather on May 2, it was expected that both he and Mayweather were in good enough health to give their all. At the same time, when people plucked down a record $100 to view the much anticipated scrap on Pay Per View, they too thought they were buying a match involving healthy two-armed fighters.
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MANNY ASKED COMMISSION FOR “PAIN & STIFFNESS” SHOT Read more

UNSOLVED MURDER OF BOXER SHOT IN NIGHT CLUB

WORLD RANKED CONTENDER SHOT MULTIPLE TIMES

Khetag Kozayev

Khetag Kozayev

San Francisco, CAWBC youth super-middleweight (168 lbs.) champion Khetag Kozayev was killed in 2010 in the capital of the Republic of North Ossetia in Russia’s volatile North Caucasus Region.

GUNMAN “TARGETED” BOXER ONLY

This wasn’t a robbery gone awry as the Republican Interior Ministry tried to imply when first reported that Kozayev was killed in a “robbery” at the Mirage nightclub in Vladikavkaz on a Saturday night in June 2010. The unbeaten boxer, just 19 years old and less than two years after turning professional, a guy some were calling a “sure thing.” was dead lying on the floor of a disco.

SUSPECT IDENTIFIED AND THEN….POOF!

“The suspect has been identified. He is likely to be detained during the day,” a spokesman for the ministry said. That was the last “press release” from the Russians on the matter. The suspect was never unveiled or identified to the foreign media. I’ve checked Russian news services and nada!

TOMORROW: “SOLVED” MOB KILLING OF SERGEI KOBOZEV

When Sergei Kobozev vanished like Jimmy Hoffa sans any clues whatsoever, he was 22-1, 17 whacks and the USBA cruiserweight (200 lb.) champion, we all presumed the Russian Mob had did it. Tomorrow at RingTalk.com we bring you some closure on this matter.

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UNSOLVED MURDER OF BOXER SHOT IN NIGHT CLUB

WEEKEND BIG FIGHT RESULTS & ANALYSIS

AL HAYMON HAS FIGHTS ON CBS & SHOWTIME

Frampton On The Deck Early

Frampton On The Deck Early


San Francisco, CA– On the daytime PBC (Premier Boxing Champions ) card in El Paso, TX, IBF 122 lb. champion Carl Frampton won a Unanimous Decision 12 Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. The challenger’s resume was so void of talent he was given nothing but a “puncher’s” chance. That was almost enough to drill Frampton in round one as a left hook put the Brit on the deck for the first time in competition, be it amateur or professional.

“PHENOM” FRAMPTON ALMOST BECAME BOXING RUBBLE

Resuming a vertical position, Frampton was then rendered horizontal by a right hand. At this point and time, Carl Frampton was on the verge of morphing from pugilistic phenom to pugilistic rubble. Picking himself up once again, Frampton would escape his hellish stanza and come back and blank the Mexican mauler for the rest of the 12 rounder. Frampton is 21-0, 14 stops. Gonzalez loses for the second time, 25-2-2, 15 KOs. Scores in the CBS TV main event were 115-109, 116-108 & 116-108.

Chris "Slim" Arreola

Chris “Slim” Arreola


ARREOLA CONTINUES “TACO TRUCK” TRAINING

Chris Arreola Draw 10 Fred Kassi. RANK heavyweight Arreola (36-4-1, 31 KOs) missed all day as the pesky Kassi (18-3-1, 10 KOs) pity patted him for the majority of the ten rounds. Scores were 96-94 Arreola and 95-95 twice. Simple answer to all of Arreola’s problems, more tacos and beer!

HAYMON DOES BOTH DAY & NIGHT CARDS

Later in the day, same arena with Showtime beaming, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. UD 10 Marcos Reyes (Catchweight) JC Jr. fought a much smaller man in the 33-4, 22 KOs Reyes. Chavez boasted afterwards to deaf ears here. Reyes said, “Against all odds, the referee, weight, everything. I think I won the fight. It’s OK, I did my best. Chavez (49-2-1, 32 KOs) was a light heavyweight (175) fighting a middleweight (160)” Scores were 97-92, 98-91 & 96-93. Overall feeling post fight? Yawn, yawn Jr., fight Gennady Golovkin at 168.

FELLOW BRIT SCOTT QUIGG “TRUMPS” FRAMPTON

Manchester, UKWBA 122 lb. guy Scott Quigg KO 3 Kiko Martinez. The aforementioned Carl Frampton went the 12 round route in 2014 with Kiko, while Quigg (31-0-2, 23 KOs) takes him out in two rounds. Kiko (32-6, 24 KOs) tried in round one, but Quigg was too much. After two knockdowns, the fight was called at 1:04 of round two.

QUIGG-FRAMPTON THE “ALL-UK” FIGHT NOT BROOK-KHAN

The big fight here is Scott Quigg vs. Carl Frampton in Wembley Stadium. Welterweights Kell Brook-Amir Khan could fill this same venue the very next day!

CONTROVERSY(?) OVER WBA SCORING IN MANCHESTER

Colombian WBA 135 lb. (lightweight) titleholder Darleys Perez (32-2-1, 20 KOs) Draw 12 Anthony Crolla (29-4-3, 19 KOs) Judges John Potura (USA) & Jose Roberto Torres (Puerto Rico) had it even at 113-113, while Erkki Meronen of Finland saw it Crolla winning 116-111. Perez of Colombia lost two points for low blows. Crolla promoter Eddie Hearn claims his guy was “…….” you know. WBA to review to scores I’m told.

ABRAHAM STILL WBO SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMP

Halle, GermanyWBO 168 lb. king Arthur Abraham KO 6 Robert Stieglitz. The fourth go around for this pair should be the last as Stieglitz was mugged thoroughly before he just crumbled into a heap at 1:14 of round six. Abraham (43-4, 29 KOs) wins 3 of 4 against Stieglitz who declines to 47-4-1, 27 KOs.

BOXING FROM “VEGAS ON STEROIDS” IN CHINA

Il Kang

Ik Yang


Macao, China– In a vacant IBF 140 lb. title tilt, China’s Ik Yang (19-1, 14 KOs) failed to grab a belt as Cesar Rene Cuenca of Argentina remained unbeaten at 48-0 with just 2, yes 2 KOs with a UD 12. Yank was down in the opener and Cuenca in round five. Yang lost a point in round 12. Scores: Ben Keilty @ 117-108, Mike Fitzgerald 116-109 & Ian Scott 115-110.

DONAIRE DRIBBLES FOE LIKE BASKETBALL FOR TKO

Super Bantamweight (122 lb.) contender Nonito Donaire (35-3, 23 KOS) TKO 2 Anthony Settoul. Two droppings of Settoul in round one and the third in round two prompted the stop at 1:41. Settoul is now 20-4, 8 KOs. Mismatch on paper and in ring.

MEET THE GUY WHO BEAT TYSON TWICE!

On Saturday, “Ring Talk Worldwide” brought you Henry Tillman, the 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist that beat Mike Tyson twice leading up to the ’84 Games in L.A. This was the Saturday one-hour show.

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SUNDAY BOXING HOUR WAS RESULTS & COMMENTARY DRIVEN

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PLUS THE GODFATHER OF CUTMEN “STITCH” DURAN

On Sunday, the MMA hour of “Ring Talk Worldwide” went with a full plate of boxing news, results, commentary and some laughs in hour number one aka the “boxing” hour. In the second hour, the MMA hour went with Jake “Stitch” Duran, the most capable and widely mentioned cutmen both in boxing (Wladimir Klitschko) and the MMA (Cain Velasquez). He is featured in the upcoming movie “Creed.” Hit the links ABOVE & BELOW to listen to any of the three “Ring Talk Worldwide” productions for the weekend of July 18 & 19, 2015.

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Pedro Fernandez

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WEEKEND BIG FIGHT RESULTS & ANALYSIS

ESPY WINNER RONDA ROUSEY MOCKS MAYWEATHER

FLOYD MAYWEATHER “BEATEN BY A CHICK”

Ronda Rousey 2015 ESPY Best Fighter

Ronda Rousey 2015 ESPY Best Fighter


San Francisco, CARonda Rousey won the ESPY Award for the “Best Fighter of 2015” at the annual ESPY Awards Wednesday in Los Angeles. The female UFC bantamweight champion Rousey snagged the award over male contemporaries in UFC fighter Donald Cerrone and boxing champions Gennady Golovkin, Terrance Crawford and Floyd “Pretty Boy” Mayweather.

MAYWEATHER CALLED RONDA A “GUY”

After Mayweather spent time in jail for striking a female, Ronda has made him part of her “Stand Up” material when his name comes up. To that Floyd said, “I have no idea who he is.”

FLOYD “KICKED IN BALLS” ON RED CARPET Read more

KEITH THURMAN ON ESPN “SATURDAY”

“THRILLER” THURMAN IN PBC ESPN DEBUT

Keith Thurman

One of 21 Keith Thurman KO’s!


San Francisco, CA– It what is expected to be a “competitive-mismatch,” unbeaten welterweight sensation Keith Thurman will appear on ESPN in a “stay busy” fight against the better than pedestrian Luis Collazo.

“COMPETITIVE-MISMATCH” NOT AN OXYMORON

As long as the fight lasts, Keith Thurman will be pocketing rounds and Collazo will be “trying” to win until all the fight is taken out of him and he realizes boxing is a young man’s game and Thurman has the edge both in age, nine years and a better skill set.

UNBEATEN WBA KING DUBBED “THE FUTURE”

With Al Haymon of Premier Boxing Champions calling the shots for the (25-0, 21 KOs) WBA welterweight (147 lb.) titleolder from Clearwater, FL, the 5-1 betting favorite has silenced any detractors through eight years and 25 professional fights.

DON’T EXPECT COLLAZO TO FOLD LIKE CHAIR Read more

PEOPLE, SEX, BOXING!

ADULT ENOUGH TO BROACH “NO-NOS”

Floyd Mayweather & Leonard Ellerbe

Floyd Mayweather & Leonard Ellerbe


San Francisco, CA– As somebody that favors himself as an American Constitutionalist and Historian of sorts, few things get past me. The recent Supreme Court rulings that legalized Same Sex marriage and Obamacare would not have been a shock had you studied US history.

SAN FRANCISCO BORN & RAISED

Born in what was then the last real bastion of liberalism, Northern California, I might be queer to some of you. A strange Hetero that has traveled the world extensively, my queerness is that I believe everyone should get food, an education and medical care.

BEING GAY AND PROFESSIONAL BOXING

When I was asked to “out” a professional boxer in the early part of this century, I told his people that the timing was not right. As it turns out, the fighter Orlando Cruz did come out in 2012, or a decade after this was first broached.

EMILE GRIFFITH & TYSON MANAGER? Read more

KELL BROOK TOPS WEEKEND BOXING RESULTS

BROOK TAKES GLAVIN OUT IN SIX

Brook Drills Glavin

Brook Drills Glavin


San Francisco, CA– It was a great weekend of boxing as Kell Brook, the IBF titleholder eliminated 16-1 underdog Frankie Glavin inside of six rounds. After mastering the once beaten Glavin through five, Brook landed a right hand near the end of the sixth round that was followed by two uppercuts, prompting the referee to halt the beat down and save Gavin from further punishment.

BROOK BEST WELTERWEIGHT IN 2015?

Not a lot to write about in Brook-Gavin, but should any other 147 lb. fighter want to “walk the walk” with Brook, it might be off a plank as he looks to be the best in the weight division that features none other than Floyd Mayweather.

BATTLE OF BRITAIN NOT IMINENT

Promoter Eddie Hearn said that the proposed “Battle of Britain,” Kell Brook vs. Amir Khan doesn’t look likely as Khan seems intent on milking the PPV cash cow that only a Mayweather bout would provide. Funny, even though Brook has the title and the unbeaten record, it seems to the Pakistani-Brit, Khan who is in the drivers seat here.

KHAN HAS “WORK” FIGHT ON SPIKE TV FRIDAY

Amir won a 12 round unanimous nod over the always “game” Chris Algieri on Spike TV for Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions on Friday in Brooklyn, NY. No drama here, just Khan pitching a lot and Algieri catching.

JOSHUA CONTINUES KO STRING WITH #13 Read more

SIGNORELLA PREVIEWS KHAN/ALGIERI TILT!

PBC on SPIKE

PBC on SPIKE

Las Vegas, NV – Boxing’s super busy schedule trudges forward this weekend with another installment of Al Haymon’s successful network time share fight series “Premiere Boxing Champions”.  This week’s card will be typified by an intriguing welterweight (147 lb.) scrap between two charismatic and world elite combatants when former two-time jr. welterweight (140) belt holder Amir Khan (30-3, 19 KOs) faces former jr. welterweight strap carrier Chris Algieri (20-1, 8 KOs) in a scheduled 12 or less rounds of throw down.  Live televised coverage begins FRIDAY at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT from the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, New York on Spike TV.

Khan (left) smashing an opponent with a deadly left hook

Khan (left) smashing an opponent with a deadly left hook

 

AMIR KHAN OR A MERE CON?

Going into his 19th professional bout against (at the time) unbeaten contender Breidis Prescott, the buzz was high for Amir to rise to the top of the game. Khan, however got starched by a right hand from Prescott and lasted just 54 seconds in the bout (L KO 1). Removed from the embarrassment against Prescott, Amir went on to win eight straight (3 KOs) and managed to pick up the WBA and IBF straps. That win streak was highlighted with victories over Mexican legend Marco Antonio Barrera (W TD 5), Paulie Malignaggi (W TKO 11), Zab Judah (KO 5) and Marcos Maidana (W UD 12). Read more

BOXING REBIRTH ON FREE TV THREATENED

“BOXING ESTABLISHMENT” PICKED YOUR POCKET

Al Haymon

Al Haymon


San Francisco, CA– The sport of boxing has been missing from the TV Guide of the American masses for almost a quarter century. While there are a plethora of reasons why boxing could not get on Network TV, the bottom line is the “Boxing Establishment,” which can easily be described as the games’s top 2% greatly flourished in a time when it’s audience was significantly shrinking.

NO NETWORK TV “INTENTIONAL” BY ARUM, ET AL?

Stop scratching your head and I’ll take you down the road of greed that kept the sport from Network TV and why people like promoters Bob Arum, Don King, et al, really didn’t care whether they had Network TV or not because they were pocketing millions on Pay Per View.

ARUM DIDN’T GET BOXING BACK ON FREE TV

Again, if you’re making hundreds of millions of dollars serving a minuscule percentage of the US population, why would Arum and company need to reach out to the masses? They didn’t need to and apparently didn’t want to put boxing on Network TV because “the boxing establishment” was getting fatter than the late Cedric Kushner in the 1980s sans any Network or free TV.

HAYMON & ARUM HAVE BITTER DIFFERENCES

Al Haymon and Bob Arum are Harvard graduates. That is where the comparisons stop. Haymon is a Black entrepreneur who made money promoting musical acts. Arum is a White ex-US Attorney General and admitted Felon who made his money in boxing and wedlock.

CROCODILE TEARS REPLACED BY TEARS OF JOY/GREED Read more

BOXER ERIC MARTIN TAKES ON SICILIAN MAFIA

ERIC MARTIN STORY FROM THE ARCHIVES!

Engels Pedroza-Carlos Padilla-Eric Martin

Engels Pedroza-Carlos Padilla-Eric Martin

South San Francisco, CA– While jogging weeks before his death, I literally ran into Eric “The Prince” Martin for the last time. Running through the streets of this little city, a community a few miles south of The City by The Bay, Eric turned the corner at Grand & Maple. He was leaving the Physique Magnifique boxing gym where he was the “House” trainer. We talked, nothing major, exchanged wishes and the next thing I know “The Prince” is dead.

“SUPER SIZE ME” DIET KILLED “THE PRINCE”

One of the worst eaters I ever knew, especially from an athletic point of view, Eric preferred McDonald’s hands down over a filet, and in the end that would lead to his death. A type 2 Diabetic, that and complications from a tooth extraction brought Eric’s life to an end December 23, 2007 at the age of 48.

CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF GREAT BOXER SANS CONNECTIONS

Uncrowned Champ Eric Martin

Uncrowned Champ Eric Martin

Eric’s record is less than impressive. At the same time, he fought seven world champions, none of whom could stop or drop the former San Francisco Police Dept. recruit who left the academy to fight professionally. On any given night, he could be and or beat the best “boxer” in the world. The problem with Eric was two-fold. 1. He was a great boxer who lacked the ability (punch or mean spirit) to finish guys. 2. That being said, Eric couldn’t sell tickets and his manager, the late Bill Mateo was about as straight as San Francisco’s Lombard St.

ERIC WAS PIMPED BY THEN MANAGER

Loyal to an ignorant fault, Martin wouldn’t listen to those of us that knew the game and cared, thus he stayed with Mateo and instantly became an underpaid opponent who would go anywhere and fight.

DIDN’T CRY WHEN BILL DIED

I mentioned Martin had fought seven guys who claimed world titles. Eric made the boxing world take note when he all but bi*ch slapped future World champ Lupe Aquino (22-1, 16 KOs) on the Larry Holmes-Marvis Frazier card in 1983, resulting in an absurd draw. Not impressive physically, but always in shape, Eric needed four rounds to make the “house” judges realize he was in the fight, let alone winning it! Mateo, who died in 2005 from a heart attack really had little regard for Eric, and like a guy in love with a crack addict, Martin put up with Mateo to a point where I might have wanted to end the manager’s role, if not his life.

SEVEN CHAMPS FROM 140-160 & NONE COULD DROP/STOP ERIC Read more

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FRAZIER-FOREMAN TITLE CHANGE AS IT HAPPENED

Foreman Fells Frazier by Howard Cosell

Foreman Fells Frazier by Howard Cosell


San Francisco, CA– On the longest running fight show in history, 30+ years, “Ring Talk Worldwide,” Pedro Fernandez takes you back to 1973 and Howard Cosell calling the George Foreman-Joe Frazier I massacre. Also, Gennady Golovkin’s win Saturday was front and center with Kevin Perry as were a host of items and boxing news bites that you aren’t going to get anywhere else.

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LISTEN LENNY WILLIAMS ON RING TALK BOX/MMA

LENNY WILLIAMS ON RING TALK

Lenny "Professor" Williams

Lenny “Professor” Williams


San Francisco, CA– On the longest running fight show in history, 30+ years, “Ring Talk Worldwide,” platinum recording artist and boxing historian of sorts, Lenny Williams and host Pedro Fernandez went back and forth on Mayweather-Pacquiao and Lenny has something to say about today’s fighters vs. those of the 1980s. UFC 187 and MMA headlines were also part of this Saturday one hour show.

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