The Best Knockout of Each Boxing Superstar’s Career

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He dropped him with a left hook in the first round, the first time Mercer had ever been floored by a head shot, and then bombarded him with power shots in the sixth prompting the stoppage. Juan Manuel Marquez This is quite possibly the easiest entry on this, or any other, list for that matter. There’s really only one legitimate option. Juan Manuel Marquez had fought MannyPacquiaoto a virtual draw over 36 rounds of boxingprior totheir fourth meeting this past December inLasVegas. You could literally make a case for either fighter in almost all those rounds, save for the first round of their first fight in which Marquez got knocked down three times. The smart money was on more of the same, but that went out the window pretty early. Marquez flooredPacquiaoin the third round, the first knockdown he scored in the series, but the favor got returnedwhen thePac-Man dropped Marquez in the fifth and broke his nose. With the fight seeming to slip away from him, and in the closing seconds of round six, Marquez landed a missile right hand that crumpled his foe to the mat.

Boxing – Taylor and Shinkwin could meet in Prizefighter final

It’s rare to see two unbeaten fighters face off so early in their careers, but Perez’s manager Jose Colon said the matchup was a signal of just how much confidence the team has in the fighter. “He’s a very talented, disciplined fighter,” Colon said. “He can handle himself.” As it turned out, Olivares and his handlers may have had second thoughts Olivares withdrew Tuesday because of an illness. The replacement is Brockton, Mass.-based Antonio Chaves (2-11-1), who shouldn’t provide much of a challenge. But that’s OK.

In addition to Cuba and Kazakhstan, Group B also contains Season III semi-finalists Mexico Guerreros, itself of course a country with a notable boxing heritage, along with Season III quarter-finalists Azerbaijan Baku Fires and Hussars Poland. Surprisingly, perhaps, given the quality of those teams, much of the hushed talk among the Team Managers present was about the final member of the group, Russia. The Russian team utterly dominated this years European Championships and as one team manager told us, Much depends on the Russian Team that is selected. If they select the Sborna (national side), every team will need to watch out, they could cause a shock upset. For Baku Fires meanwhile, it seems as though the team got its wish, with Managing Director Rizvan Genzhiyev saying last week that he hoped they would draw the strongest teams in the Regular Season.

Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson arrested on domestic violence charges, but boxing card will go on

By Liam Happe – @liamhappe | Eurosport 13 hours ago Eurosport – Boxing Prizefighter generic (photo: Neill Hamersley) Related Content Bet on Boxing Southern Area champion Connor and unbeaten 21 year old Rice will battle for a spot in the first semi-final where they will face either Ryan Crash Bang Taylor and Matty Tew, who clash in the second quarter-final. Taylors first loss as a pro came against Liam Shinkwin when they met for the vacant Southern Area lightweight title in March, and they could meet in the final after Shinkwin was drawn in the third quarter-final against Eren Arif. The winner of that fight will face either Tony Owen or Chris Jenkins, who complete the line-up in quarter-final number four. The 31st edition of the Betfair Prizefighter series is part of a great night of action in East London as lightweight star Kevin Mitchell returns to the ring from a 10-month absence following his World title challenge against Ricky Burns in September, with the action kicked off on the night action by former Commonwealth welterweight champion John ODonnell in a four-rounder. BETFAIR PRIZEFIGHTER LIGHT WELTERWEIGHTS III DRAW Quarter Final 1 Danny Connor v Charlie Rice Quarter Final 2 Ryan Taylor v Matty Tew Quarter Final 3 Liam Shinkwin v Eren Arif Quarter Final 4 Tony Owen v Chris Jenkins

50 Cent Brings Live Boxing To Hartford Friday Night

Sports Remind me when I share | Not you? Log out of Facebook How to remove this experience Curtis 50 Cent Jackson arrested on domestic violence charges, but boxing card will go on By Kevin Iole | Boxing Thu, Jul 4, 2013 12:56 PM EDT Tweet 0 Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson faces five years in jail if convicted on all charges (AP)Rap superstar and fledgling boxing promoter Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson was charged by Los Angeles police Wednesday with one count of domestic violence and four counts of vandalism, but his boxing card scheduled to be televised by ESPN2 and ESPN Desportes will go on. According to the Los Angeles Times, Jackson allegedly assaulted his ex-girlfriend, the mother of his child, and vandalized her home. The Times report assessed the value of her damaged property at $7,100. [Related: 50 Cent Accused of Kicking His Ex-Girlfriend, Trashing Her Home ] Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer told the Times that Jackson faces up to five years in jail and $46,000 in fines if convicted on all counts. Regardless of perceived celebrity or notoriety, domestic violence is a serious crime and alleged perpetrators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law by this office.

Boxing: WSB draw pits holders Astana Arlans against Cuba Boxing’s Domadores

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In the alphabet soup world of boxing, thishas raised the ire of the existing powers that be.World Boxing Council President Jose Sulaiman and prominent boxing promoters have complained theAPB is trying to muscle in ontheir territory. This weekend, the AIBA fired back with a statement asserting that it is merely looking out for the best interests of fighters who, through its new organization, canearn a living while continuing to pursue Olympic aspirations. “AIBA understands the dreams and hopes of current professional boxers to compete in the Olympic Games,” the statement read. Professionalsat the Olympicsare nothing new. Basketball and hockey have benefited from including the world’s topathletes.

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