I have always been intrigued with boxing trivia. This began back when I was a kid in 1961. I would pick the minds of the older generation and ask them questions about their era to educate myself 다운로드. It’s now my pleasure to bring boxing trivia to my website for everyone. On a quarterly basis I post five (5) multiple choice questions – in March, June, September, and December – with the correct answers to follow by the end of each posting month for viewing html5 멀티 파일.
1 – George Foreman became the oldest heavyweight champion at what age 김동률 출발?
2 – At his birth, what was Primo Carnera’s baby weight 밤안개?
Every 3 months on a quarterly basis, in February, May, August, and November dmboxing.com 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 다운로드.
Let keep the momentum going after five straight sellouts with a solid six bout fight card for our final December 1st Fight Club OC show 다운로드. This December 1st show is currently Sold Out, tickets may become available after the weigh ins, if not 50 standing room only wristbands will be sold for $30 starting at 10am on Thursday, December 1st by calling (949) 760-3131 클래시 오브 클랜 게임 다운로드. If you don’t want to be left out in 2023 then Fight Club OC Season Seats are the way to go as we have some great seats starting in the 5th & 6th rows 다운로드. For a 2023 Season Seat packet email email@example.com다운로드. For the December 1st finale we decided to end the year BIG, bringing in the Big Boys for our Tequila Mandala Fight of The Night. This heavyweight fight will be 6 Rounds of Boxing featuring 6-0 (1KO) Ricky Frausto from Santa Ana, CA vs. Kaleel Carter from Huntington Beach, CA at 2-2 (2KO’s) 다운로드.
MMA fans in attendance will see the Pro Debut of Jeungjoo Choi out of Combative Submission Wrestling in Fullerton, training under local Fight Club OC standout Curtis Millender. Choi takes on Bryen Dao from Norwalk a veteran of 2 professional fights in our featured MMA bout set at 145lbs. Also fighting MMA on Dec 1st will be Lance Lee from Long Beach as he takes on Yannick Krahenbuhl from Huntington Beach, this bout is also set at 145lbs.
Back to boxing when 4-0-1 (2KO) Tayden “The Butcher” Beltran returns to the Fight Club OC ring to face 2-3 Trenton Gibson from San Antonio, TX in another 6 round boxing battle. 1-0 (1KO) Antonio Garcia from Anaheim is back in the Fight Club OC ring as he takes on Josias Ortega who will be making his professional debut Dec 1st. Then in our opening bout we have “Mr. Thursday Night” himself, 1-0 Curtis Millender back in the ring to box again this time against Francisco Alfaro standing at 3-4 (3KO’s).
By David Martinez / Boxing Historian/ dmboxing.com
I have been asked many times “who is the greatest boxer of all time in any weight division at the height of his career” and that answer is the easiest for me to come up with – Sugar Ray Robinson 다운로드. I could go on and on about his career but I will go on record to say that at his pinnacle years he was clearly the best. I was fortunate to meet him at a local amateur boxing show, promoted by my friend Art Carbajal, in 1986 where I was a referee for the kids 다운로드. It was truly a highlight that stands out in my over sixty plus years of being associated with the sport of boxing. The photos I am including here, along with an excellent highlight video, are Sugar Ray with my daughter Laura who was just 9 years old at the time, as well as Ray with his wife Millie 밀정 무료. To shake his hand, get his photo and an autograph that evening will forever live in my mind. I am also including the Sugar Ray Robinson postage stamp which was introduced in April 2006 다운로드.
By Tom Donelson (BWAA) Member Boxing Writers Association of America
Undefeated Dmitry Bivol faced the undefeated Gilberto Ramirez for Bivol’s light heavyweight championship 대통령의 시간 다운로드. Bivol last victory was against Canelo Alvarez and now he was looking for another rematch with Alvarez or maybe go for unification with Artur Beterbiev but first he had to beat Ramirez.
Bivol began the first two rounds boxing and showing his defensive skills as he peppered his opponent with jabs and shots. Ramirez tried to us his height to an advantage as he tried to punch over Bivol’s jab but got countered with combos that snap Ramirez head back. Bivol won the first two rounds 초서체 다운로드.
Ramirez tried to get his jab and in the third round, Bivol did very little, and Ramirez landed enough punches to win the round. In the fourth Bivol landed combinations while Ramirez was mostly throwing one punch at time. The score was 39-37 in favor of Bivol after four rounds 다운로드.
Throughout round five and six, showed while Ramirez threw punches, he was unable to penetrate Bivol defenses. Bivol found a way to shoot his right hand around the Ramirez defenses. With the fight halfway over, Bivol had a 59-55 lead and his defensive skills through the first half of the fight was decisive 샤샤샤 다운로드.
Every year during the holiday season, I am delighted to give gifts to my friends and loved ones, including those who support my website 프레지 한글 다운로드.
As the years have gone by the list has grown substantially. This year, due to the increase cost of production and postage, I am asking anyone who would like a FREE, custom designed, 2023 dmboxing calendar, to please send me your address and include $5.00 to cover postage 바탕화면 메모장. Make checks payable to: David Martinez.
In addition to the dmboxing calendar, you will also receive my newest luxury ink pen, in appreciation for your support 얼마에요 pro 다운로드. I realize these are tough times for all of us, so for those who cannot afford the $5.00, send me your address anyway and I will be happy to honor your request, at no cost 다운로드.NOTE: for those that live locally in my proximity – I will kindly hand delivery to you.
By Tom Donelson / Author, Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA)
Vasilly Lomachenko was riding a two-fight winning streak since his loss to Teofimo Lopez, faced the young undefeated Jamaine Ortiz.
The opening round saw Ortiz jabbing but not much was done beyond that and Lomachenko spent the round feeling his opponent out. Ortiz did land combination shots and a body shot to win the round. In the second round Ortiz continued pushing his jab and left Lomachenko little time to think as this was another good round for Ortiz as he mixed jabs and power shots and won both rounds.
Lomachenko came back in the third round as he used different approaches to penetrate Ortiz’s defenses as he landed right hands that wobbled Ortiz, who tied up Lomachenko and Lomanchenko won this round and after three rounds, it was 29-28 in favor of Ortiz.
Round four began with Ortiz flicking two jabs that fell short and Lomachenko landed clean punches, but Ortiz connected on the double the punches as he put punches in bunches. Lomachenko outworked Ortiz with accurate punches in the fifth round. He laned left to the body followed with a straight left hand to Ortiz’s head. He continued to pressure Ortiz but Ortiz fought better in the sixth round, but Lomachenko punches had more snap and Ortiz’s left eye stare to close. Body shots to the body weaken Ortiz and the head shots started to close Ortiz’s left eye. Halfway through the fight I had the fight even 57-57
*** FLASHBACK *** this article was originally first published November 13, 2014, and September 21, 2016 on www.dmboxing.com
By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com
When I think about the many friends I have met in over fifty years of being involved in boxing – one name surfaces to the top – Rusty Rubin 다운로드.
This week, on Tuesday November 11, 2014, Rusty, age 72, passed away peacefully at his home in Reno, Nevada.
I met Rusty back in 1997 upon my entry into the World Boxing Hall of Fame as a Director of the Board. He would always come to our annual banquet and we “instantly” became friends from that point forward in life. I wrote articles for his RingSports Magazine and when I founded my website dmboxing.com in July 2007; he offered and was my first feature writer with his award winning column “In Rusty’s Corner” 다운로드.