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Congratulations to

Ronald "Winky" Wright

For Successfully defending his WBA and WBC Light Middleweight Titles

Against

Sugar Shane Mosley
 

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By Michael Amakor

Yampley "Yanqui Diaz" Azcuy

Did it again by winning a 10 round decision over most unlucky three time Heavyweight title challenger

Vaughn "Shake And Bake"Bean.

Yanqui Diaz previously shocked us with his spectacular stoppage of WBA number one contender and former Cruiserweight Champion Juan Carlos Gomez in the very first round.

Somebody please give the menace from Cuba a title shot

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By Michael Amakor

He did it again

In a match that exemplified the biblical story of David versus Goliath,

Chris Byrd

survived  the

Jameel "Big Time" Mccline

Onslaught in the early rounds to put up a brave and valiant effort that saw him nearly stopping the Big Time giant who outweighed him by 40 pounds enroute to winning a very razor thin decision.

In the process he defended his

IBF Heavyweight Title

for the 3rd time.

He has now been elevated and ranked as the overall number 2 fighter in the world according too Boxrec.Com, he really should be number one since he already beat Vitali Dr "Ironfist" Klitchko who had to quit due to a torn rotator cuff as he kept lunging at slick Chris Byrd.

There are talks to match him up with Dr Ironfist to unify their titles, if only Vitali can get past Tyson conquerer and journey man Danny Williams.

We shall see

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By Michael Amakor

 John "Quietman" Ruiz

WBA CHAMPION

Defended his title against

 Andrew "Foul Pole"Golota

This guy is here to stay, Live with it.

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By Michael Amakor

Former WBC,IBF and IBO Champion

Hassim "The Rock" Rahman

Crushed former Austrialian Heavyweight and IBF Pan Pacific Heavyweight Champion

Kali Meehan

Bludgeoning him into a stupor forcing his corner to throw in the towel in the 4th round.

This is The Rock's fifth fight in 2004AD which shows his resolve and growing determination to win back his titles.

We hope he can keep his focus and maintain his weight long enough to acheive that feat. He now has options on all the belts but the most talked about match up is against

WBO Heavyweight Champion

Lamont " Relentless" Brewster

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 Williamson vs McCall  007

DaVarryl Williamson  

scored a decision against former WBC Heavyweight Champion

Oliver "Atomic Bull" Mccall

Of the crying in the ring against Lennox Lewis fame.

In his previous fight, Williamson had already knocked down  Wladimir Klitchko and was on the way to scoring a win before the fight was stopped due to an accidental headbutt with an undeserving Klitchko ahead on the scorecards winning the decision.

That was a minor setback and his win against now against The Atomic bull seems to have vindicated his pedigree and he may earn a title shot if he scores another high profile win like this.

Watch Out

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JOHN RUIZ VS ANDREW GOLOTA FIGHT ANALYSIS

BY MICHAEL AMAKOR

On Nov 2, Andrew “Foul Pole” Golota challenges John “Quiet Man” Ruiz for his WBA Heavyweight Champion on a star studded boxing card that features other championship bouts for supremacy in the heavyweight division.  

Back on July 11 1996, Golota was a punch away from heavyweight glory when he brutally bludgeoned Ex heavyweight Champion and ring magazine number one favorite Riddick “Big Daddy” Bowe for several rounds before getting  disqualified for hitting below the belt. Their rematch was no different and he was clearly winning the fight and on the verge of scoring another kayo against Bowe who absorbed a horrible beating but somehow managed to apply enough pressure to force Golota to crack and succumb to throwing repeated low blows earning him a second disqualification. Bowe retired after that beating and remained inactive for eight years, but by then Legend of the “Foul Pole” was born. 

Riding on the wave of this episode he squared off against Lennox Lewis for the WBC title and was promptly kayoed in the very first round, 2 years later in his bid to capture the NABF title he knocked down Michael Grant twice but couldn’t quite pull the victory punch in time before Grant rebounded forcing Golota to tell the referee he did not want to continue after rising from a knockdown in the 10th.

 And who can forget his disastrous outing against Mike Tyson when he got so discompopulated from Tyson’s barrage of punches he again told the referee he did not want too continue. He shoved his furious trainer out of the way and out of the arena under a blistering tirade of taunts and a liquid shower of drinks from enraged boxing fans.

 It looked like he was finished and out of the game forever,  but through an unusual rehabilitation by legendary promoter Don King he made a comeback right into challenging IBF Champ Chris Byrd for his crown. We all expected another  explosion but this was a different and remarkably calm Golota, this time he pressured Byrd in a very competitive fight that many ringside experts thought should have earned him the crown. The judges saw it differently scoring the bout a draw and Byrd got to keep his title.

 Now he squares off against WBA Heavyweight Champion , John “The Quietman” Ruiz who has a lot to be quiet about especially with losses to David Tua who knocked him out in the first round,  and suffering the ultimate humiliation of losing his WBA title to blown up Light Heavyweight Roy Jones who jabbed away the title from around his waist in a spectacular display of superior boxing skills.

To Ruiz’s credit after every disaster in the ring he has regrouped to surprise us with his dogged tenacity. A closer look at his resume shows victories over Nate Tubbs, Jimmy Thunder and Julius Francis, enroute to capturing the NABA, the NABF and WBA titles along the way. He has also defended his title in ugly highly unappreciated wrestling affairs over Kirk Johnson, Evander Holyfield, Hasim Rahman and Fres Oquendo.

You might not like his style but he is a rugged champion who always finds a way to win,  wrestling and frustrating his opponents into submission. His fighting style in this bout could be a recipe for mayhem against the “The Foul Pole” who although a good fighter is not quite mentally balanced and short fused. An enraged Golota could take matters into his own hands and go berserk on Ruiz forcing another disqualification.
 

But based on his last fight Golota seems to realize that his time is up and if his war with Byrd is anything to go by, he may have tamed his demons enough to stay calm and sustain a high pressure attack on the Quietman who will retaliate using his arkward, crafty and cringy style to try and retain his crown.

 

 May the best man win 

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By Michael Amakor

On Nov 2nd, former Undisputed Cruiserweight and Heavyweight champion Evander "The Real Deal" Holyfield squares off against former WBO, NABO and WBC Continental Americas Heavyweight champion Larry "The Legend" Donald for the Vacant

NABC Heavyweight Title
 

Holyfield (38-7-2) is still determined to achieve his goal of becoming the undisputed Heavyweight Champion again and will try to prove his title contender status on the Battle for Supremacy boxing card.

Lightly-regarded heavyweight contender Larry Donald (41-3-2), a former silver olympic medallist at the 1992 Olympic games at Barcelona needs a spark to ignite his career after disastrous outings against Riddick Bowe, Kirk Johnson and Vitali Klitchko, he has vowed that "Holyfield is a great fighter, who is trying to be a five-time world champion, but I am ready to rumble and nothing will stop me."


May the best Man Win

 

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THE UNDERCARD

OLIVER MCCALL VS DAVARRYL WILLIAMSOM

 IS ON

BOTH ARE FIGHTINGS FOR INROADS TO THE TITLE ON THE

BATTLE FOR SUPREMACY CARD

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Monshipour retains title with KO of Sithyodthong

 

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By Michael Amakor

Fightkings.Com and Boxing Fans Salute

Kostya Tszyu

on coming off a 21 month injury induced layoff to crush seemingly active Interim Titlist

Sharmba "Little Big Man" Mitchell

In the 3rd round by stretching him out on the canvas four times.

In the process he Defended his

IBF Junior Welterweight Title

Most boxing experts predicted the fight for the Little Big Man based on an immutable and unwritten law of boxing that you can work till the sun goes down in the gym and spar thousands of rounds but you simply cannot replicate a real fight.

Tsyzu simply pastured out in sunny side Austraila smilling and nursing his injuries and ailments as Sharmba toiled out in the field staying busy and trying to keep sharp winning tough fights against Lovemore Ndou  (12), Carlos Vilches (TKO4), Ben Tackie (W12), Michael Stewart (W12) and Moises Pedroza (KO2) during his period of inactivity.

These foes must have softened up Sharmba allowing the menace from Russia to pounce and annihilate the Little Big Man. George Foreman proved it, Arturo Gatti preserved his ferocity and longevity this way, Trinidad shocked us with it and now Roy Jones is following the same example, perhaps this new tactic should be added to the unwritten rules of the sweat science.

Right now Tszyu star is on the rise with this spectacular performance and he truly can lay claim to his division as he samples million dollar fight possibilities from Floyd Mayweather and a gallaxy of future contenders. For Sharmba he recedes back into darkness, he has vowed to continue and we hope that he finds the answers to continue in his long time quest to avenge his previous defeat and settle the score against Tsyzu.

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Mario Veit

Emerged victorious and stopped former NABF Super Middleweight and IBF Super Middleweight Champion Charles Brewer in the 9th round to retain his

WBO SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT CROWN

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We congratulate

Aldo Rios

for retaining his

IBO Lightweight belt

By beating Welsh fighter Jason Cook

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Juan Diaz

WBA LightWeight Champion

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The struggle for Supremacy in the Heavyweight Division is on!

Watch Out

NOVEMBER 13TH 2004 AD

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THE TALKS HAVE BEGAN FOR 

 JEFF LACY AND JOE CALZAGHE

TO UNIFY THE WBO AND IBF SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT BELTS   

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WBC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION

Vitali "Dr Ironfist"Klitschko

vs.

WBU INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION

Danny Williams

is Official  

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FightKings.Com Congratulates

Marcus "Boom Boom" Beyer

for dethroning former advarsary Cristian Sanava through a 6th round KnocKOut to reclaim his

WBC Super Middleweight Title

for the 3rd Time.We expect him to pursue the fame that has eluded him by fighting either Tarver, Glencoffe Johnson, Calzaghe or New King Jeff

 

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