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Jaron Ennis, Joe Smith Jr., Efe Ajagba, Jerwin Ancajas … All Big Winners (4-10-21)

By Tom Donelson / Author, Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA)

Jaron Ennis, undefeated welterweight, faced his toughest test in Sergey Lipinets, the former 140 pound champion whose only loss was to Mikey Garcia.  Ennis proved from the opening bell that he was the faster and sharper puncher.  He moved seamlessly from southpaw to orthodox as he nailed Lipinets from every angle.  Lipinets had faced some of the best fighters in his division and had a reputation with an iron clad chin 다운로드.

Ennis sent Lipinets down in the fourth even though replays showed Lipinets may have tripped on Ennis’ foot; but regardless, Ennis was getting the best of the round.  The fight stopped in the sixth round as Ennis overwhelmed his opponent.  Ennis showed that he might be close to the upper elites of the division as he displayed both power and mobility to get those power shots off 다운로드.

Joe Smith Jr 다운로드. won a tough majority decision over Maxim Vasilov.  It was a close fight and Smith won the final two rounds and had Vasilov in trouble in the eleventh; but the previous three rounds, Vasilov looked like he had the fight in hand as he was boxing beautifully and connecting on combinations that opened a cut over Smith’s eye 다운로드. There were many at ringside that had Vasilov winning but it was a close, tough fight that could have been scored in favor of either fighter. The judges simply liked the more aggressive style of Smith. Now there will be a unification bout with Arthur Beterbiev and while some may want a Vasilov-Smith rematch, the bigger fight will be the unification bout Hdderase download. So Vasilov will have to wait for the winner of that one.

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Boxing’s Unsung Heroes

Anthony Ivory pictured in photo – back row furthest to the right 다운로드.
First Row kneeling: Ramiro Carillo
Second Row (L to R): Steve Corbo, Mike “Fly” Garcia, Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini, Montell “Ice” Griffin, David Diaz
Third Row (L to R): Oliver McCall, Lou Savarese, Andrew Golota, Danell “Doc” Nicholson, Anwar Oshana, Mike Jimenez, and Ivory

Photo taken by: Scott Romer (February 12, 2015)

By Steve Corbo

(Part #2 of 2)

In Part 1 of “Boxing’s Unsung Heroes”, I referenced an article by Ted Sares Diffuse download. In his piece, Sares mentions a couple of Chicago guys, Anthony Ivory, and Alfredo “Freddy” Cuevas. Two tough pros who took on all comers. With an overall record of 26 wins – 10 losses -1 draw, in a career that spanned 13 years, Cuevas had KO wins over Charles Murray and Wilfredo Rivera 데몬 가상드라이브 다운로드. He came up short in bouts against Marco Antonio Rubio, Jermain Taylor, John Duddy, Santiago Samaniego, Kasim Ouma, Kingsley Ikeke, Michael Rask and he split a couple of bouts with fellow Chicagoan Anthony Ivory 대통령의 시간 다운로드.

Ivory’s Herculean record is a virtual “Who’s Who”. Boxrec  lists his record as 32 wins – 78 Losses – 6 draws 초서체 다운로드. But in those 78 losses, he was stopped only 5 times. Ivory went the distance and lost decisions to the following future, or former, World Champions . Their records, at the time they fought Ivory, are in parenthesis:  Kelly Pavlik (18-0), Yuri Foreman (12-0), Keith Holmes (36-3), Felix Sturm (6-0), Silvio Bronco (35-4-2), Mikkel Kessler (7-0), Sammy Serrano (49-6-1), Julio Cesar Vasquez (Twice 37-1 & 58-3), Davey Hilton (27-1-1), Carl Daniels (25-0), Simon Brown (35-2), Laurent Boudouani (18-1), Winky Wright (Twice 27-1 & 30-1), Chris Pyatt (42-4), Vincent Pettway (42-6-1), Hacine Cherifi (25-3-1), Diosbelys Hurtado (16-0), Akhmed Kotiev (twice 14-1 & 18-1), Armand Krajnc (15-0) and KO Artist Yori Boy Campas (52-0). A true globetrotter, Ivory fought in 15 different countries. This is a guy who knew how to survive in the ring…

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Boxing’s Unsung Heroes

By Steve Corbo

(Part #1 of 2 )

Nice to see English boxer Martin Murray get some favorable publicity recently, in an article by Ted Sares 연속지적도 다운로드. Murray, previously featured on is a real Pro 다운로드. What a career this guy has. His record stands at 39-6-1. In 46 pro fights he was stopped only once, by Triple G, in 2015, for G’s WBA, IBO & WBC Middleweight Titles.  He dropped decisions against Sergio Martinez for the WBC World Middleweight Title, dropped a split decision to Arthur Abraham, in Germany, for the WBO World Super Middleweight Title and fought Felix Sturm to a highly controversial Draw, in Germany, with Sturm’s WBA Super World Middleweight Title on the line 5인의 탐정가 다운로드. He also lost a decision to Billy Joe Saunders, on December 04, 2020 in a bout for the WBO Super Middleweight Title. That’s five (5) shots at a world title and along the way he captured the WBA Interim World Middleweight Title java 첨부 파일 일괄. Hope I got all the alphabets right… but It doesn’t matter. This kid Murray can fight! 

Unfortunately none of his fights have been on US soil 다운로드. For years Murray had been denied a US Visa, due to legal problems. I heard he finally was able to get things straightened out but, as of this date, he has yet to set foot in a US Ring. Perhaps he never will. The losers here have been the US fight fans, who never really got a chance to know Murray or see him fight in person. I sure wish this guy would have come up in Southern California! 

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Current Champions


Every 3 months on a quarterly basis, in February, May, August, and November offers this feature – the Current Boxing Champions 다운로드. Each are shown in their respective weight division, world title belt organization, listing their native country, and professional ring record in the following format: win-loss-draw-no contest (knockout wins) and the date of winning their title 전차로d 다운로드.

AS OF: February 9, 2021

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Opening Night of Fight Club OC Shows – Set for Thursday, June 10, 2021

UPDATE: Orange County, California

To all the great fans who have supported Fight Club OC for the past 10 years, here is what the Fight Club OC shows will look like in this new year of 2021 다운로드. Knowing that the Covid-19 situation and the protocols required by the California State Athletic Commission still make it difficult to stage shows in The Hangar at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, promoter Roy Englebrecht is announcing that the first Fight Club OC show of 2021 will take place on Thursday, June 10th 다운로드.
Englebrecht Promotions & Events will stage four Fight Club OC shows instead of their customary six shows, with 2021 Thursday dates now set for June 10th, August 26th, October 21st, and December 2nd 다운로드.
“As much as I want to get back to putting on Fight Club OC shows and to satisfy the many fans who have been in touch with me wanting to get back to attending, I didn’t want to rush things too early and then have to cancel a show,” said Englebrecht 웹소설 조아라 다운로드. “I believe that by June most people will have been vaccinated and will feel comfortable attending with other fans, plus the state should be allowing fans to attend sporting event by that time.”   To all Fight Club OC Season Seat Holders, VIP Suite Holders, and Sponsors, a 2021 Renewal Packet will be mail out by early April and be assured that your seats and suites locations will still be where you had them in 2020 다운로드.

Englebrecht Promotions & Events / (949) 760-3131 / P.O. Box 10205 / Newport Beach, CA 92658