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Weekend Boxing Results: Donaire Wins Wide, Wonjongkam Keeps Flyweight Championship, and More


Nonito Donaire and Pongsaklek Wonjongkam were the weekend's big winners in boxing. Bad Left Hook has more.

Friday Boxing Results: Leo Santa Cruz Takes Another Step on Solo Boxeo Tecate


Bad Left Hook recaps Solo Boxeo Tecate and Friday Night Fights, featuring wins by Leo Santa Cruz, Luis Ramos Jr, and Yudel Jhonson.

Bad Left Hook Live Results and Coverage: Leo Santa Cruz and Luis Ramos Jr on Solo Boxeo Tecate


Bad Left Hook has live, round-by-round results and coverage of tonight's Solo Boxeo Tecate on Telefutura.

Saturday Global Boxing Results: Pascal and Hopkins Draw, Huck Survives Lebedev, Morales and Arce Win


Boxing results from around the globe for Saturday night.

Humberto Soto likely to face yet another patsy


Humberto Soto is regarded as one of Mexico's best fighters. But why isn't he taking better fights?


Why Francisco Lorenzo is the Real Villain of Dirrell-Abraham

Cross-posted to The Debate Link In what was, for the most part, an exciting if one-sided fight, Andre Dirrell (19-1, 12 KOs) prevailed over previously unbeaten, Super Six tournament leader Arthur...

Fight Previews: Kameda-Wonjongkam and Moreno-Cermeno


Bad Left Hook previews two big title fights this weekend. In Tokyo, Koki Kameda meets Pongsaklek Wonjongkam, and in Venezuela, Anselmo Moreno faces Nehomar Cermeno.

TV and Internet Fight Schedule - Weekend of March 26


TV and Internet Schedule of boxing matches for the weekend of March 25, March 26 and March 27

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.

Bad Left Hook Fight Night: Humberto Soto v. Francisco Lorenzo II


Live, round-by-round coverage and scoring for the vacant WBC junior lightweight title fight between Humberto Soto and Francisco Lorenzo. Soto and Lorenzo went to a highly controversial DQ in June.

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