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Light Heavyweight: 2014, Jun 23-29

Congolese Gatekeeper Doudou Ngumbu notched a win in Monte Carlo on Saturday, outpointing high-level South African journeyman Johnny Muller over 10 rounds.  Scores were 99-91 (Pawel Kardyni), 97-93 (Juan Manuel Garica Reyes), and 96-94 (Olena Pobyvailo), all for the winner.   1,431 more words
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Light Heavyweight: 2014, Jun 16-22

Saturday in Brooklyn, undefeated New York prospect Seanie Monaghan showed improvement and looked mostly impressive in notching a fairly dominant 10-round decision over veteran Kosovar journeyman Elvir Muriqi.   1,304 more words
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Cruiserweight: 2014, Jun 16-22

Two-loss Nigerian prospect Olanrewaju Durodola notched an apparently easy win over an easy opponent in low-level New Mexico journeyman Max Heyman on Friday in St. Joseph, Missouri, stopping his man early in the 2nd round. 947 more words
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Love Him Or Hate Him, What Bernard Hopkins Has Done Is Amazing

Saturday night 49 year old Bernard Hopkins will be looking to unify parts of the light heavyweight title against undefeated Sergey Kovalev. Not only will Bernard be 49, but he’ll be fighting possibly the best boxer in the division just two months shy of his 50th birthday. 1,114 more words

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Light Heavyweight: 2014, May 26- Jun 1

Saturday in Montreal, #1 Adonis Stevenson had a surprisingly tough time over the second half of the fight with #6 Andrzej Fonfara, who if anything seemed to be overrated going in.   1,259 more words
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1996

“Pretty Boy” Floyd Mayweather makes his pro debut knocking out Robert Apoldaca in 2

1997

Joe Calzaghe defeats Chris Eubank to win vacant WBO Super Middleweight Title… 62 more words

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Chad Dawson Suffers Another Loss In His Up & Down Career

The Tale Of Two Chad Dawson’s continues. There’s the Chad that looked great in beating Antonio Tarver twice, Glenn Johnson twice and Bernard Hopkins…then there was the uninspired Chad Dawson who lost to Jean Pascal…blown out and dropped three times by Andre Ward…crushed in :96 seconds by Adonis Stevenson and now beaten by 4-loss Tommy Karpency. 68 more words

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