On tap - Fights deep in discussions

  1. Miguel Cotto vs Joshua Clottey, June 13, Madison Square Garden
  2. Fernando Montiel vs Eric Morel, June 27, on the Pavlik-Mora undercard
  3. Tomasz Adamek - Glen Johnson (deep in discussions)
  4. Vernon Forrest - Sergio Martinez
  5. Vic Darchinyan - Joseph Agbeko (almost done now), July 11, Sunrise FL, Showtime

Tijuana Thunder PPV + Miami Results

  1. Tijuana: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. UD-10 Luciano Cuello (96-95, 96-94, 98-92)
  2. Tijuana: Humberto Soto TKO-4 Antonio Davis
  3. Tijuana: Fernando Montiel KO-3 Diego Silva
  4. Miami: Andre Dirrell RTD-6 Derrick Findley
  5. Miami: Harry Joe Yorgey KO-9 Ronald Hearns ... That's Hearns' first loss as a pro. Yorgey, 31, is now 22-0-1 with his 10th knockout.

Rumor Mill - fights close to being made

  1. Vic Darchinyan vs Joseph Agbeko, at 118, June 6, Showtime
  2. Bernard Hopkins vs Tomasz Adamek, July 11, MSG or Prudential Center, possibly HBO PPV
  3. James Kirkland vs Sergei Dzinziruk, June 27, Staples Center
  4. Arthur Abraham vs Vernon Forrest, on Showtime in the US
  5. As mentioned already, Alfredo Angulo vs Kermit Cintron, May 30, HBO

Global Results for March 14, 2009

  1. Kiel, Germany: Arthur Abraham UD-12 Lajuan Simon (117-110, 117-110, 118-109)
  2. Kiel, Germany: Lamon Brewster UD-8 Michael Sprott (78-73, 78-73, 79-73)
  3. Cebu City, Philippines: Z Gorres TKO-7 Roberto Carlos Leyva
  4. Saransk, Russia: Oleg Maskaev KO-1 Rich Boruff ... Maskaev now in line to fight Vitali Klitschko-Juan Carlos Gomez winner
  5. Birmingham, UK: Matthew Macklin TKO-3 Wayne Elcock ... Tyson Fury RTD-4 Lee Swaby

Global Results for February 28, 2009

  1. Houston (Off-TV Undercard): Daniel Jacbos, Danny Garcia and Hylon Williams all stayed unbeaten
  2. Birmingham, UK: Martin Rogan TKO-11 Matt Skelton (Rogan is new British heavyweight champ) ... James DeGale (PTS-4) and Frankie Gavin (TKO-4) win pro debuts
  3. Norwich, UK: French lightweight champ Anthony Mezaache (15-5-3, 3 KO) wins European lightweight title by dethroning Jonathan Thaxton by 12-round decision
  4. Lubin, Poland: European welterweight champ Rafael Jackiewicz retains by beating previously-undefeated Luciano Abis (UD-12)
  5. Oaxaca, Mexico: 105-pound titlist Roman Gonzalez MD-12 Francisco Rosas ... 105-pound titlist Donnie Nietes UD-12 Erik Ramirez ... Hugo Cazares TKO-3 Jorge Romero ... Neubrandenburg, Germany: Sebastian Sylvester KO-7 Gaetano Nespro

Results from Germany

  1. Ruslan Chagaev TD6 Carl Davis Drumond (Drumond opened up a huge cut on Chagaev by a "headbutt", Chagaev narrowly wins on the cards)
  2. Andriy Kotelnik SD Marcos Rene Maidana (I've heard this was a FOTY candidate, very close fight overall)
  3. Denis Boystov TKO2 Israel Garcia (That's about how long it took Arreola to beat that schlub)
  4. (You gotta have five things on the list for it to not smush the numbers together...
  5. how Cusack made all those top five lists in High Fidelity.)

Results from Hollywood, FL (01/14)

  1. Edison Miranda TKO-3 Manuel Esparza ... Miranda 31-3 (27), Esparza 20-9-1 (5)
  2. Sechew Powell TKO-3 Christian Lloyd Joseph ... Powell 25-2 (15), Joseph 12-8-3 (5)
  3. Antwone Smith UD-8 Ben Ankrah ... Smith 14-1-1 (8), Ankrah 11-10 (3)
  4. Jose Nieves UD-6 Jose Garcia Bernal ... Nieves 17-1-2 (8), Bernal 27-14-1 (18)
  5. Stalinn Lopez UD-4 Jean Petit Homme ... Lopez 1-0 (0), Homme 2-16-4 (2)

Global Results - 12/19 and 12/20

  1. Cozumel, Mexico: Humberto Soto UD-12 Francisco Lorenzo. Soto wins the vacant WBC junior lightweight (130) title. I had Soto winning 114-112, would've been a draw without two points taken from Lorenzo. Ugly, dirty fight, mostly from Lorenzo, but he also pot-shotted pretty well. Soto was not on his game tonight.
  2. Santo Domingo, D.R.: Joan Guzman UD-12 Ameth Diaz (120-108, 119-109 x2). I had Guzman up 87-84 after nine. The fight was closer than the scores.
  3. Antwerpen, Belgium: Jackson Bonsu MD-12 Carlos Baldomir (114-112, 114-113, 113-113). This was a WBC welterweight eliminator, so Bonsu is now in line for the Berto-Collazo winner at some point.
  4. Denver, Colorado: Mike Alvarado TKO-4 Miguel Huerta. This was the Solo Boxeo finale last night. Too bad Huerta was robbed against Kid Diamond, because that was probably the best night of his career.
  5. Milan, Italy: Matt Skelton RTD-10 Paolo Vidoz. Skelton is the new European heavyweight champ.

Showtime/Vs. Results (More tomorrow)

  1. SHO: Kendall Holt SD-12 Demetrius Hopkins (113-115, 117-111, 116-112) ... Had it 117-111 Holt.
  2. SHO: Yuri Foreman UD-10 James Moore (99-90, 100-90, 99-91) ... Scored it 100-90 Foreman.
  3. Vs.: James Toney SD-12 Fres Oquendo (111-116, 115-112, 115-113) ... Scored it 117-111 Oquendo. Tough fight to score, but I truly felt Toney was gifted a win.
  4. Vs.: Andre Ward TKO-3 Esteban Camou
  5. Vs.: Shawn Estrada TKO-1 Shaun Spaid

Quick Results from "Holiday Hits" -- Teron upset in NYC (12/04)

  1. Aldo Valtierra MD-10 Jorge Teron ... pretty notable loss for Teron, who came in unbeaten against the journeyman.
  2. Marcellus Brown DQ-2 (2:40) Nagy Aguilera ... Aguilera is another heavyweight prospect. DQ losses are what they are. Apparently this was back and forth cheapshots.
  3. Daniel Judah UD-12 Jaffa Ballougou
  4. Will Rosinsky TKO-1 Amador Acevedo ... Rosinsky is 3-0 as a pro, and was a four-time NYC Golden Gloves champion.
  5. Tor Hamer TKO-1 Royal Bryant
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