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Boxing Results Roundup: Rigondeaux Grabs Belt, Vazquez Retains, Ponce De Leon Rallies, and More


Bad Left Hook rounds up the boxing results from this weekend. Featured: Guillermo Rigondeaux, Daniel Ponce De Leon, Miguel Vazquez, David Price, NBC Sports Fight Night and more.

The Bad Left Hook Pick'em Game: Season 10 - Week 3


Test your fight prognostication skills against other boxing fans in the Bad Left Hook pick'em game.

Miguel Vazquez Back on November 26, Faces Ameth Diaz in Mexico


Miguel Vazquez puts his IBF lightweight belt on the line on November 26. Bad Left Hook has more.

Miguel Vazquez Could Make Mandatory Defense Next


Miguel Vazquez could face Ameth Diaz in October. Bad Left Hook has more.

Weekend Global Boxing Results: Vernon Paris Notches Best Win, Ryol Li Lee Moves Back Up, Lenny Zappa Loses at Home


Bad Left Hook rounds up the boxing results from the weekend. Featured: Leonardo Zappavigna, Vernon Paris, Ryol Li Lee, Rodel Mayol, and more.

Friday Night Fights: Ji Hoon Kim, Ruslan Provodnikov win big


Bad Left Hook recaps the action from this week's ESPN2 Friday Night Fights. Ji Hoon Kim and Ruslan Provodnikov won their fights by stoppage.

Bad Left Hook Live Boxing Results and Commentary: Ji Hoon Kim v. Ameth Diaz


Bad Left Hook provides live, round-by-round coverage, scoring, analysis and discussion of tonight's ESPN2 Friday Night Fights card. In the main event, Ji Hoon Kim faces Ameth Diaz.

Provodnikov to fight Augustus on FNF


For this weekend's Friday Night Fights, Frankie Figueroa has pulled out of his fight against Ruslan Provodnikov. Instead, the Siberian will be facing the drunken master, Emmanuel Augustus. Augustus is well past his best at this point, losing by split decision to Figueroa and by knockout to Oyewale Omotoso in his last two fights. Still, a change from the deathly boring "Gato" to a natural born entertainer is always a welcome change. In the main event, Ji Hoon Kim will face Ameth Diaz.

TV and Internet Fight Schedule - Weekend of May 21


Schedule of televised boxing matches for the weekend of May 20, May 21 and May 22, 2010.

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.
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