Your fight-size boxing update:
- At the top of the page is an episode of "Day In Camp," produced by Showtime Sports, that focuses on lightweight contender Devin Haney. Haney will face Xolisani Ndongeni in the main event of a "ShoBox: The Next Generation" boxing card taking place on January 11.
- Kalle Sauerland, one of the leading promoters for the World Boxing Super Series, revealed on Twitter that an announcement on the dates and venues for the semifinal bouts of all three tournaments will be made soon. The second season of the World Boxing Super Series has tournaments in the bantamweight, junior welterweight and cruiserweight divisions.
- Thomas LaManna (27-2-1, 9 KO) will face Dennis Knifechief (12-9-1, 7 KO) as the main event for a boxing card at the Norfolk Masonic Temple in Virginia on February 9. LaManna, a former New Jersey State and WBC FECARBOX welterweight champion, will move up to 154 pounds for the fight.
- A number of boxers competing on the January 13 PBC on FS1 card from Los Angeles shared their New Year's resolutions. Below are what they had to say about 2019:
Jose Uzcategui: "I'm 100 percent focused on Caleb Plant, but my New Year's resolution is to unify the 168-pound division. When I'm not working on that goal, I just want to spend as much time with my family as possible."
Caleb Plant: "My New Year's resolution in 2019 in the ring is to definitely win the world title. First things first, I have to get that strap and then we'll move on to bigger and better things. Outside of the ring it would be to get a house, then just go from there."
Brandon Figueroa: "I'm looking to make 2019 the year I become a world champion. This is going to be a tough fight, but I think I'm going to be the stronger man in the ring that night. I also want to use this talent I've been given to help people in need. My resolution is to be a good role model for kids and contribute as much as I can to my community."
Moises Flores: "Last year had a lot of ups and downs, but I'm looking forward to becoming a world champion and making a title defense in 2019. I'm very thankful for everything I have. Outside of the ring my resolution is to open a seafood restaurant and buy a house for my family this year."
Joey Spencer: "I'm planning on fighting five times this year so my resolution is to go 5-0, with five knockouts. I just want to keep getting better all-around as a fighter this year and I know that people will see my progression. I usually don't make resolutions, but when I do have a little time away from the gym, one good vacation with the family would be great."
- Hanna Gabriels will defend her unified WBA and WBO junior middleweight titles against Sarah Dwyer on January 26 in Nicaragua.