Fightful Boxing Newsletter (9/26/19): Spence vs. Porter Preview, Worldwide Boxing Results, More News

Fightful Boxing Newsletter (9/26/19) Table Of Contents:

  1. Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter Preview (Page 1)
  2. Worldwide Results (Page 2)
  3. Fightful Boxing Rankings (Pages 3-4)
  4. News And Notes From The World Of Boxing (Page 5)
  5. October Preview (Page 6)
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Errol Spence vs. Shawn Porter Preview:

PBC’s next pay-per-view, a welterweight title unification between titleholders Errol Spence Jr. and Shawn Porter on September 28, will answer several questions that go beyond the winner of the main event.

There’s plenty of intrigue in the main event alone, but the real intrigue for those interested in the boxing industry at large is how well it will do on pay-per-view with the full marketing power of FOX, who have done everything possible to ensure this fight ends up as a success.

For some, this event may have the best overall show, but without any truly mainstream fighters competing, the success, or failure, will depend on how well the marketing worked.

FOX has worked tirelessly to try and put awareness of the fight out into the masses. Without the help from FOX, this pay-per-view could likely land somewhere around the low 200,000s in terms of buyrate, but now we’re looking at around at something closer to 300,000 buys. With so much uncertainty over the drawing power for both men, industry leaders have this fight getting as low as 200,000 buys and as high as 400,000 buys, though given everything at play, the range is more likely to be somewhere between 275,000-325,000 buys.

In some regards, the pay-per-view’s success could be a precursor to how WWE’s impending move to FOX will perform. WWE’s SmackDown show is coming to FOX on October 4 and has been getting heavy promotion largely due to its presence during football broadcasts. Knowing how well this pay-per-view does thanks to FOX won’t just give people more insight as to how well WWE could perform, but also how well future PBC events go.

The idea that Spence is now a superstar because of how relatively well his first fight on pay-per-view main event did against Mikey Garcia did (at least 300,000 buys) and the fight against Porter being his second straight on this type of platform does deserve some merit. Yet, there is still so much about Spence that isn’t known.

Can he truly carry the sport as a reliable pay-per-view draw even with big matchups against the likes of Manny Pacquiao, Keith Thurman and Terence Crawford? Does he know how to truly turn casual fans into hardcore fans just by watching his biggest fights? Is he truly the best welterweight in the world?

As for the fight itself, this is an interesting bout that at first, seems to be a fairly easy win for Spence, but in reality, it actually is a much closer bout than oddsmakers have it. Spence has never been truly tested throughout his title run. With wins against Kell Brook after losing to Gennadiy Golovkin, Lamont Peterson, Carlos Ocampo and Mikey Garcia moving up two weight classes to fight Spence in March. Porter is really the toughest fight of Spence's career.

Even with Spence's somewhat lackluster performance against Yordenis Ugas, Porter does present some problems for Spence and really for any boxer out in the welterweight division. Porter is a cagey fighter, looking to roughhouse with his opponent and make the fight extremely uncomfortable, even to the point where some people call him a dirty fighter. Maybe by today's standards Porter might be a dirty fighter, but he's not dirty to the point where he is hitting low blows two or three times in his fights.

Many expect Spence to win by stoppage, but don't be surprised if the fight goes the distance. Spence is likely going to win, but this fight alone won't determine the best 147-pound in the world. Not until we see the winner take on Crawford and Pacquiao.

Below is the full card with the top four fights being available to watch on FOX pay-per-view:

  • Errol Spence Jr. (IBF) vs. Shawn Porter (WBC): Unified IBF and WBC welterweight titles
  • Anthony Dirrell (c) vs. David Benavidez: WBC super middleweight title
  • Mario Barrios vs. Batyr Akhmedov: Vacant WBA “Regular” junior welterweight title
  • Josesito Lopez vs. John Molina Jr.
  • Robert Guerrero vs. Jerry Thomas
  • Joey Spencer vs. Travis Gambardella
  • Misael Rodriguez vs. Brandon Maddox
  • Lindolfo Delgado vs. Jesus Zazueta
  • Anaya Fabian Maidana vs. Ramses Agaton
  • Burley Brooks vs. Fabian Valdez
  • Amon Rashidi vs. Alfonso Olvera
  • Fernando Garcia vs. Juan Antonio Lopez
  • Leon Lawson III vs. Alan Zavala
  • Justin Cardona vs. Archie Weah
  • Jose Valenzuela vs. Charles Clark

Worldwide Boxing Results:

Below are the full results for the September 13 Matchroom Boxing USA card from the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden:

  • Devin Haney defeated Zaur Abdullaev by TKO, round 4, 3:00 to win the interim WBC lightweight title
  • Amanda Serrano defeated Heather Hardy by unanimous decision (98-91, 98-91, 98-92) to win the WBO Female featherweight title
  • Michael Hunter defeated Sergey Kuzmin by unanimous decision (117-110, 117-110, 117-110) to win the WBA Intercontinental heavyweight title
  • Raymond Ford defeated Rafael Castillo by unanimous decision (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)
  • Christian Bermudez defeated Jonathan Conde by TKO, round 2, 1:56
  • Daniyar Yeleussinov defeated Reshard Hicks by TKO, round 1, 2:38
  • Murodjon Akhmadaliev defeated Wilner Soto by TKO, round 4, 1:56
  • Wesley Ferrer defeated Lawrence James Fryers by unanimous decision (80-72, 79-73, 79-73)
  • Mahammadrasul Majidov defeated Ed Fountain by TKO, round 4
  • Darren Cunningham defeated Jonathan Lecona Ramos by decision

Below are the full results of the September 14 Top Rank Boxing card from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas:

  • Tyson Fury defeated Otto Wallin by unanimous decision (118-110, 117-111, 116-112)
  • Emanuel Navarrete defeated Juan Miguel Elorde by TKO, round 4, 0:26 to retain the WBO super bantamweight title
  • Jose Zepeda defeated Jose Pedraza by unanimous decision (97-93, 97-93, 97-93) to win the WBC USNBC junior welterweight title
  • Carlos Cuadras defeated Jose Maria Cardenas by majority decision (95-95, 96-94, 96-94)
  • Isaac Lowe defeated Ruben Garcia Hernandez by unanimous decision (78-74, 77-75, 77-75)
  • Vyacheslav Shabranskyy defeated Felix Valera by DQ, round 8
  • Iskander Kharsan defeated Isidro Ochoa by RTD, round 5, 3:00
  • Gabriel Flores Jr. defeated Miguel Angel Perez Aispuro by unanimous decision (60-54, 60-54, 60-54)
  • Guido Vianello defeated Cassius Anderson by RTD, round 3, 3:00

Below are full results and highlights of the September 21, 2019 PBC on FS1 card from the Rabobank Theater in Bakersfield, California:

  • Alfredo Angulo defeated Peter Quillin by split decision (96-94, 94-96, 97-93)
  • Chris Colbert defeated Miguel Beltran Jr. by KO, round 1, 2:57
  • Thomas Dulorme defeated Terrel Williams by unanimous decision (98-91, 98-91, 96-93)
  • Jesus Alejandro Ramos defeated Rickey Edwards by KO, round 3, 2:40
  • Michel Rivera defeated Jose Luis Gallegos by RTD, round 5, 3:00
  • Jonathan Esquivel defeated Justin Steave by KO, round 2, 1:21
  • Viktor Slavinskyi defeated Jesus Aguinaga by KO, round 3, 2:02
  • Gary Antuanne Russell defeated Luis Ronaldo Castillo by KO, round 1, 0:32
  • Aaron Morales defeated Sergio Quiroz by RTD, round 7, 3:00
  • Petr Khamukov defeated Randy Fuentes by KO, round 4, 2:21
  • Francisco Ochoa defeated Clay Burns by unanimous decision
  • Jose Balderas defeated Josue Morales by majority decision (58-56, 57-57, 58-56)
  • Daniel Guzman and Roberto Pucheta fight to a split draw (38-38, 38-38, 38-38)
  • Robert Rodriguez defeated Hugo Rodriguez by KO, round 3, 2:34

ShoBox: The New Generation results from September 20 from La Hacienda Event Center in Midland, Texas:

  • Thomas Mattice defeated Michael Dutchover by TKO, round 8 to win the WBO Intercontinental lightweight title
  • Ruben Villa defeated Enrique Vivas by unanimous decision (100-89, 100-89, 100-89) to retain the WBO International featherweight title
  • Brandun Lee defeated Milton Arauz by KO, round 2
  • Vito Mielnicki Jr. defeated Caleb Bailey by KO, round 1 (non-televised bout)

Mayweather Promotions results from September 20 from The Club at Cannery Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada:

  • Lionell Thompson defeated Scott Sigmon by TKO, round 7
  • Gabriel Duluc defeated Cameron Krael by majority decision (95-95, 96-94, 97-93)
  • Malik Hawkins defeated Al Rivera by KO, round 1
  • Maurice Lee defeated Dakota Linger by majority decision (76-76, 77-75, 78-74)
  • Sanjarbek Rakhmanov defeated Andre Byrd by KO, round 4
  • Rock Myrthill defeated Jonathan Steele by unanimous decision (77-75, 78-74, 79-73)
  • Lanell Bellows defeated Mike Snider by TKO, round 6
  • Fernando De Anda defeated Javon Campbell by majority decision (38-38, 39-37, 39-37)
  • Mekhurobon Sanginov and Fred Wilson Jr. fought to a majority draw (58-56, 57-57, 57-57)

Below are the full results for the September 14 Golden Boy Promotions card from the Dignity Health Sports Park:

  • Jaime Munguia defeated Patrick Allotey by TKO, round 4, 2:18 to retain the WBO junior middleweight title
  • Franchon Crews-Dezurn defeated Maricela Cornejo by unanimous decision (98-92, 98-92, 97-93) to retain the WBC Female super middleweight title
  • Romero Duno defeated Ivan Delgado by TKO, round 7, 3:00
  • Joselito Velasquez defeated Francisco Bonilla by KO, round 4, 2:54
  • Rafael Gramajo defeated Daniel Olea by TKO, round 4, 3:00
  • Alejandro Reyes defeated Jorge Hugo Padron by KO, round 2, 1:55
  • Diego Pacheco defeated Terry Fernandez by KO, round 3, 0:41

Below are the full results for the September 19 Matchroom Boxing Italy card from Tuscany Hall, Florence, Italy:

  • Sam Eggington defeated Orlando Fiordigiglio by KO, round 2, 1:30 to win the IBF International junior middleweight title
  • Devis Boschiero defeated Ivan Tomas by TKO, round 8, 1:30 to win the IBF Intercontinental super featherweight title
  • Luther Clay defeated Dario Morello by unanimous decision (98-90, 98-90, 98-90)
  • Mohammed Obbadi defeated Cristian Narvaez by unanimous decision (80-72, 79-73, 80-72)
  • Carmine Tommasone defeated Brayan Mairena by unanimous decision (60-54, 58-56, 59-56)
  • Jordan Gill defeated Yesner Talavera by points
  • Sebastian Mendizabal defeated Oruam Racso Romero Camacho by TKO, round 3, 2:00

Queensberry Promotions returned to York Hall on September 14 with an ESPN+ card headlined by Sunny Edwards vs. Hugo Guarneros. Below are the full results of the card:

  • Sunny Edwards defeated Hugo Guarneros by unanimous decision (100-90, 99-91, 99-91) to win the IBF International and WBO Intercontinental flyweight titles
  • Brad Foster and Lucien Reid fight to a majority draw (114-114, 114-114, 116-112 Reid), Foster retained the Commonwealth and British super bantamweight titles
  • Shakan Pitters defeated Dec Spelman by unanimous decision (97-93, 97-93, 97-93) to win the English light heavyweight title
  • Kody Davies defeated Zak Chelli by unanimous decision (96-93, 97-92, 96-94) to win a British light heavyweight title eliminator
  • Caoimhin Agyarko defeated Nelson Altamirano by TKO, round 3
  • Harvey Horn defeated Elvis Guillen by points (80-72)
  • James Branch defeated Jiri Svacina by points (60-54)
  • Chris Bourke defeated Jose Hernandez by points (60-54)
  • Umar Sadiq defeated Kearon Thomas by TKO, round 2
  • Micky Burke defeated Petar Aleksandrov by points (40-36)
  • Mark Chamberlain defeated Lee Connelly by KO, round 1

Fightful Boxing Rankings:

Pound-for-pound

  1. Naoya Inoue
  2. Vasiliy Lomachenko
  3. Terence Crawford
  4. Canelo Alvarez
  5. Oleksandr Usyk
  6. Gennadiy Golovkin
  7. Juan Francisco Estrada
  8. Errol Spence Jr.
  9. Kosei Tanaka
  10. Manny Pacquiao

Heavyweight

  1. Tyson Fury
  2. Deontay Wilder
  3. Andy Ruiz Jr.
  4. Anthony Joshua
  5. Dillian Whyte
  6. Luis Ortiz
  7. Kubrat Pulev
  8. Oscar Rivas
  9. Adam Kownacki
  10. Michael Hunter

Cruiserweight

  1. Beibut Shumenov
  2. Mairis Briedis
  3. Yuniel Dorticos
  4. Krzysztof Glowacki
  5. Kevin Lerena
  6. Ilunga Makabu
  7. Firat Arslan
  8. Marco Huck
  9. Lawrence Okolie
  10. Thabiso Mchunu

Light heavyweight

  1. Dmitry Bivol
  2. Gilberto Ramirez
  3. Oleksandr Gvozdyk
  4. Sergey Kovalev
  5. Artur Beterbiev
  6. Jean Pascal
  7. Eleider Alvarez
  8. Marcus Browne
  9. Badou Jack
  10. Jesse Hart

Super middleweight

  1. Canelo Alvarez
  2. Callum Smith
  3. Caleb Plant
  4. David Benavidez
  5. Billy Joe Saunders
  6. John Ryder
  7. Anthony Dirrell
  8. Chris Eubank Jr.
  9. Avni Yildirim
  10. Caleb Truax

Middleweight

  1. Canelo Alvarez
  2. Gennadiy Golovkin
  3. Demetrius Andrade
  4. Daniel Jacobs
  5. Jermall Charlo
  6. Ryota Murata
  7. Sergiy Derevyanchenko
  8. Matt Korobov
  9. Kamil Szeremeta
  10. Jeff Horn

Junior middleweight

  1. Julian Williams
  2. Jarrett Hurd
  3. Tony Harrison
  4. Erislandy Lara
  5. Brian Castano
  6. Jermell Charlo
  7. Jaime Munguia
  8. Liam Smith
  9. Kell Brook
  10. Michel Soro

Welterweight

  1. Terrence Crawford
  2. Errol Spence Jr.
  3. Manny Pacquiao
  4. Shawn Porter
  5. Danny Garcia
  6. Keith Thurman
  7. Mikey Garcia
  8. Sergey Lipinets
  9. Yordenis Ugas
  10. David Avanesyan

The rest of the rankings are in the next page.

Junior welterweight

  1. Regis Prograis
  2. Jose Ramirez
  3. Josh Taylor
  4. Ivan Baranchyk
  5. Maurice Hooker
  6. Kiryl Relikh
  7. Jack Catterall
  8. Jono Carroll
  9. Viktor Postol
  10. Jose Zepeda

Lightweight

  1. Vasiliy Lomachenko
  2. Teofimo Lopez
  3. Richard Commey
  4. Robert Easter Jr.
  5. Devin Haney
  6. Luke Campbell
  7. Anthony Crolla
  8. Rances Barthelemy
  9. Zaur Abdullaev
  10. Javier Fortuna

Super featherweight

  1. Gervonta Davis
  2. Miguel Berchelt
  3. Tevin Farmer
  4. Andrew Cancio
  5. Jamel Herring
  6. Joseph Diaz Jr.
  7. Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov

  8. Alberto Machado

  9. Miguel Roman
  10. Masayuki Ito

Featherweight

  1. Leo Santa Cruz
  2. Gary Russell Jr.
  3. Oscar Valdez
  4. Shakur Stevenson
  5. Josh Warrington
  6. Carl Frampton
  7. Can Xu
  8. Jessie Magdaleno
  9. Tugstsogt Nyambayar
  10. Joet Gonzalez

Super bantamweight

  1. Daniel Roman
  2. Emanuel Navarrete
  3. Rey Vargas
  4. Guillermo Rigondeaux
  5. Ryan Burnett
  6. Brandon Figueroa
  7. Isaac Dogboe
  8. TJ Doheny​​​​​​
  9. Ryosuke Iwasa
  10. Stephen Fulton

Bantamweight

  1. Naoya Inoue
  2. Luis Nery
  3. Nonito Donaire
  4. Zolani Tete
  5. Nordine Oubaali
  6. John Riel Casimero
  7. Emmanuel Rodriguez
  8. Juan Carlos Payano
  9. Richard Espinoza
  10. Jason Moloney

Super Flyweight

  1. Juan Francisco Estrada
  2. Roman Gonzalez
  3. Donnie Nietes
  4. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
  5. Jerwin Ancajas
  6. Kal Yafai
  7. Kazuto Ioka
  8. Aston Palicte
  9. Carlos Cuadras
  10. Andrew Moloney

Flyweight

  1. Kosei Tanaka
  2. Artem Dalakian
  3. Moruti Mthalane
  4. Julio Cesar Martinez
  5. Charlie Edwards
  6. Ryoichi Taguchi
  7. Daigo Higa
  8. Cristofer Rosales
  9. Andrew Selby
  10. Wulan Tuolehazi

Light flyweight/Minimumweight

  1. Wanheng Menayothin
  2. Hiroto Kyoguchi
  3. Ken Shiro
  4. Elwin Soto
  5. Carlos Canizales
  6. Pedro Taduran
  7. Angel Acosta
  8. Hekkie Budler
  9. Wilfredo Mendez
  10. Felix Alvarado

News And Notes From The World Of Boxing:

Japan:

- Former amateur standout Ryosuke Nishida recently took his pro level test and is set to join the Mutoh Gym in Tokyo as a professional, the latest in a number of former notable boxers from the unpaid ranks to go to Mutoh. Nishida will fight on October 3 in Thailand in a six-round bout at super bantamweight.

- Per Asian Boxing, Teiken Promotions is set for a show on November 2 with multiple noteworthy prospects in action. The main event will have once-beaten Shuya Masaki take on an opponent yet to be named. Other fighters set for the show are Kenshin Oshima, Masaya Tamayama, Hayate Kaji, Kuntae Lee and Mikito Nakano.

- Japanese national junior welterweight champion Koki Inoue, who is the cousin of current bantamweight world champion Naoya Inoue, will face Jheritz Chavez for the WBO Asia Pacific title on December 2.

- A very unique China vs. Japan boxing card has been announced for October 17 in Shanghai, China has been announced. The following fights were announced:

  • Wulan Tuolehazi vs. Satoshi Tanaka: WBA International flyweight title
  • Xiang Li vs. Ryu Horikawa: WBO Youth light flyweight title
  • Ayati Saiike vs. Hiroki Hanabusa
  • Yeshibolati Nasiyiwula vs. Amato Wantanabe
  • Lunjun Zhao vs. Taichi Hanada
  • Yeerlan Nuerlanbieke vs. Noboru Morita

- The October 30 Korakuen Hall show in Tokyo will have a couple of notable things take place: One is the retirement ceremony of former world title challenger Ryuichi Funai and the other is the pro debut of Yudai Shigeoka. Shigeoka was originally supposed to try and have a run at the 2020 Olympics, but his weight class was removed and so he is expected to have a six-round bout at minimumweight. Unbeaten prospect Shu Utsuki is expected to be in the main event.

- Undefeated prospect Juiki Tatsuyoshi will face Masayasu Nakamura on December 17 at the EDION Arena in Osaka. The plan for Tatsuyoshi, assuming he wins, is to fight for titles in 2020.

United Kingdom:

- IBO super featherweight champion Terri Harper has signed a promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing with her first fight under the new deal already set. Harper will defend her title against Vivian Obenauf on the undercard of the Katie Taylor vs. Christina Linardatou fight taking place in Manchester on November 2.

- Irish amateur standout Paddy Donovan will make his pro debut on an MTK Global show on October 11 at Ulster Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The card will be streamed on ESPN+ in the United States.

- The IBF has ordered Kid Galahad and Claudio Marrero to fight a title eliminator for the featherweight championship being held by Josh Warrington.

- Natasha Jonas and Martin Murray will return to the ring on the November 15 MTK Global card from Liverpool. The card, which will be streamed on ESPN+ in the United States, will feature Rocky Fielding's first fight since losing to Canelo Alvaez in December 2018.

Rest of Europe:

- Matchroom Boxing Italy’s October schedule is set with two shows on October 11 and 25 at the PalaTrento in Trento and Allianz Cloud in Milan, respectively. Here are the confirmed fights for both shows.

October 11 in Trento:

  • Fabio Turchi vs. Tommy McCarthy: WBC International Silver cruiserweight title title
  • Kamil Szeremeta vs. Matteo Signani: EBU European middleweight title
  • Francesco Grandelli vs. Reece Bellotti: WBC International Silver featherweight title

October 25 in Milan:

  • Daniele Scardina vs. TBA: IBF International super middleweight title
  • Francesco Patera vs. Domenico Valentino: EBU European lightweight title
  • Maxim Prodan vs. Tony Dixon: IBF International welterweight title

- Leon Bunn will defend his IBF International light heavyweight title against former world title challenger Enrico Koelling on November 2 at the CGM Arena in Koblenz, Germany. This will be Bunn's first title defense since stopping Leon Harth in the ninth round of their May 4 bout in Frankfurt while Koelling is coming off a loss to EBU European champion Dominic Boesel in October 2018. What makes the event unique is that the November 2 card is a special event that will see ticket revenue and money raised from the evening donated to three charities: Laughing Hearts, a charity that provides support and opportunities to children affected by poverty, Parents' Initiative for Children with Cancer Koblenz, who provide support to the parents of children suffering from cancer in Koblenz and Education Unlimited, an education charity who encourage diversity and training across Europe.

- EBU European bantamweight champion Georges Ory will defend his title against Karim Guerfi on November 15 in Pessac, France.

- Spanish rising contender Jon Fernandez is back on a win streak, stopping Miguel Enrique Arevalo in the third round to win the WBC Latino lightweight title, his first championship at 135 pounds. Fernandez has bounced back well since a loss to O’Shaquie Foster in 2018, winning his next three fights, all in three rounds or less.

United States:

- Top Rank has announced that it has signed former heavyweight title challenger Carlos Takam to a co-promotional deal alongside Takam’s already existing promoter Star Boxing. Takam will make his Star Boxing/Top Rank debut on an ESPN platform in early 2020.

- PBC announced the following card will be televised on FS1 on November 2 from the MGM National Harbor in Maryland. The two fights that were scheduled in the initial announcement is Brian Castano vs. Wale Omotoso and Javier Fortuna vs. Jesus Cuellar. Even if the fights are mildly interesting and PBC loads up the undercard, putting this while competing with Canelo Alvarez vs. Sergey Kovalev on DAZN, Miguel Berchelt vs. Jason Sosa on ESPN and UFC 244 (headlined by Nate Diaz vs. Jorge Masvidal) on ESPN PPV will make this card a very hard watch and viewership for this show could end up being abismal.

- Showtime announced a show in Reading, Pennsylvania on October 26. Here is the television card, which is a pretty solid one from top to bottom with every fight promising to be entertaining: Erickson Lubin vs. Terrell Gausha: WBC junior middleweight title eliminator; Robert Easter Jr. vs. Adrian Granados; Rau’shee Warren vs. Emmanuel Rodriguez: WBC bantamweight title eliminator

- UFC Fight Pass and CES Boxing have announced a three-event deal that will have three fight cards (October 11, November 23 and December 7) be streamed on Fight Pass. The October 11 card will feature Chad Dawson in action against Denis Grachev.

- Carlos Morales vs. Mercito Gesta has been added to November 14 edition of Golden Boy Promotions' Thursday Night Fights that will be streamed on RingTV.com and on Facebook Watch.

- Super featherweight contender Lamont Roach Jr. has signed an extension to his promotional deal with Golden Boy Promotions. Roach is currently preparing for his first world title fight against WBO champion Jamel Herring on November 9 in Fresno, California.

Miscellaneous Notes From The World Of Boxing:

- The WBA has announced that it will have the 98th Biannual Convention take place in Fuzhou, China from November 6-11. The announcement came after both the governing body and China has strengthened their relationship in recent years. The last time the WBA Convention was held on Chinese soil was in 2007 in Chengdu.

- The parties for both WBA minimumweight champion Knockout CP Freshmart (real name Thammanoon Niyomtrong) and mandatory challenger Jose Argumedo have requested for an extension on negotiations for a title fight and suspend a purse bid scheduled for September 16, which the WBA approved.

- Here are the results for the 2019 AIBA World Championships:

Flyweight:

  • Gold: Shakhobidin Zoirov (Uzbekistan)
  • Silver: Amit Panghal (India)
  • Bronze: Billal Bennama (France)
  • Bronze: Saken Bibossinov (Kazakhstan)

Bantamweight:

  • Gold: Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov (Uzbekistan)
  • Silver: Jorge Lazaro Alvarez Estrada (Cuba)
  • Bronze: Tsendbaatar Erdenebat (Mongolia)
  • Bronze: Peter McGrail (England)

Lightweight:

  • Gold: Andy Cruz Gomez (Cuba)
  • Silver: Keyshawn Davis (United States)
  • Bronze: Manish Kaushik (India)
  • Bronze: Hovhannes Bachkov (Armenia)

Welterweight:

  • Gold: Andrei Zamkovoi (Russia)
  • Silver: Pat McCormack (England)
  • Bronze: Ablaikhan Zhussupov (Kazakhstan)
  • Bronze: Bobo-Usmon Baturov (Uzbekistan)

Middleweight:

  • Gold: Gleb Bakshi (Russia)
  • Silver: Eumir Marcial (Philippines)
  • Bronze: Hebert Da Conceicao Sousa (Brazil)
  • Bronze: Tursynbay Kulakhmet (Kazakhstan)

Light Heavyweight:

  • Gold: Bekzad Nurdauletov (Kazakhstan)
  • Silver: Dilshodbek Ruzmetov (Uzbekistan)
  • Bronze: Julio La Cruz (Cuba)
  • Bronze: Benjamin Whittaker (England)

Heavyweight:

  • Gold: Muslim Gadzhimagomedov (Russia)
  • Silver: Julio Cesar Castillo Torres (Ecuador)
  • Bronze: Radoslav Pantaleev (Bulgaria)
  • Bronze: Vassiliy Levit (Kazakhstan)

Super Heavyweight:

  • Gold: Bakhodir Jalolov (Uzbekistan)
  • Silver: Kamshybek Kunkabayev (Kazakhstan)
  • Bronze: Maksim Babanin (Russia)
  • Bronze: Justis Huni (Austria)

October Preview:

Here’s a look at notable boxing cards from around the world for the month of October.

October 1: Osaka, Japan:

Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Tetsuya Hisada: WBA "Super" light flyweight title

Hiroshige Osawa vs. Jason Butar Butar

October 3: Thailand:

Ryosuke Nishida vs. TBA

October 4: Kissimmee, Florida (Boxeo Telemundo Fall Season Premiere):

Yomar Alamo vs. Antonio Moran

Lani Daniels vs. Tessa Tualevao: New Zealand Professional Boxing Commission Female middleweight title

October 4: Auckland, New Zealand:

Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner: WBO Female light heavyweight title

October 4: Philadelphia (Peltz 50th Anniversary Show):

Victor Padilla vs. Romain Tomas

Shamar Fulton vs. TBA

Marcel Rivers vs. Sydney Maccow

Seifullah Wise vs. Vinnie Denierio

Isaiah Wise vs. Roque Zapata

Shinard Bunch vs. Rakym Dyer

Osnel Charles vs. Gerardo Martinez

Christopher Burgos vs. Tyree Arnold

October 4: London (Golden Contract Featherweight Tournament Quarterfinals):

Confirmed fighters, matchups to be announced at fight week: Ryan Walsh, Leigh Wood, Hairon Socarras, Jazza Dickens, David Oliver Joyce, Tyrone McCullagh, Carlos Ramos, Carlos Araujo

Sam Gilley vs. O'Shane Clarke

Mitchell Frearson vs. Rod Douglas Jr.

Randal Barlow vs. Zygimantas Butkevicius

George Fox vs. Dorian Darch

October 4: Crotone, Calabria, Italy:

Emanuele Cavallucci vs. Tobia Giuseppe Loriga: Italian national welterweight title

October 5: Tokyo:

Junto Nakatani vs. Milan Melindo

October 5: New York (GGG Promotions/Matchroom Boxing On DAZN):

Sergiy Derevyanchenko vs. Gennady Golovkin: Vacant IBF middleweight title

Ali Akhmedov vs. Andrew Hernandez

Ivan Baranchyk vs. Gabriel Bracero

Israil Madrimov vs. Alejandro Barrera

Brian Ceballo vs. Javier Albonica

Nikita Ababiy vs. Isiah Seldon

Joe Ward vs. Marco Delgado

Johnathan Arroyo vs. Jonathan Figueroa

October 5: Flint, Michigan (Showtime TV Card):

Claressa Shields vs. Ivana Habazin: Vacant WBO Female junior middleweight title

Jaron Ennis vs. Demian Daniel Fernandez

Jermaine Franklin vs. Pavel Sour

October 5: Hockessin, Delaware:

Hank Lundy vs. Oscar Barajas Grano

October 5: Caguas, Puerto Rico (Miguel Cotto Promotions):

Danielito Zorilla vs. Mexican Jesus Perez: Interim WBO NABO Jr. welterweight title

Carlos Buitrago vs. Israel Vazquez: Vacant WBO Latino light flyweight title

Juan Carlos Camacho vs. Lucas Fernandez

October 10: Tokyo:

Shuichiro Yoshino vs. Harmonito Dela Torre: WBO Asia Pacific and OPBF lightweight titles

Kenichi Horikawa vs. Yuto Takahashi: Japanese light flyweight title

October 10: Northbridge, Australia:

Michael Kaplan vs. Josh Humberdross: Australian light flyweight title

Terry Tzouramanis vs. Brandon Ogilvie

October 11: Belfast, Northern Ireland (MTK Global On ESPN+):

Jay Harris vs. Paddy Barnes: EBU European flyweight title

Sean McComb vs. Emiliano Dominguez Rodriguez: BBBofC Celtic junior welterweight title

Marco McCullough vs. Viorel Simion: IBF European super featherweight title

Terry Flanagan vs. Michael Ansah

Conrad Cummings vs. TBA

Paddy Donovan vs. TBA

October 11: Mexico City (Boxeo Telemundo):

Ganigan Lopez vs. Armando Torres

October 11: Trento, Italy (Matchroom Boxing Italy On DAZN):

Fabio Turchi vs. Tommy McCarthy: WBC International Silver cruiserweight title title

Kamil Szeremeta vs. Matteo Signani: EBU European middleweight title

Francesco Grandelli vs. Reece Bellotti: WBC International Silver featherweight title

October 11: Hartford, Connecticut (CES Boxing on UFC Fight Pass):

Chad Dawson vs. Denis Grachev

October 11: Tokyo:

Shinobu Charlie Hosokawa vs. Koki Tyson: OPBF middleweight title

October 12: Chicago (Matchroom Boxing USA On DAZN):

Oleksandr Usyk vs. Tyrone Spong

Jessica McCaskill vs. Erica Farias: Unified WBC/WBA Female junior welterweight titles

Charles Conwell vs. Patrick Day

Josh Hernandez vs. Giovanni Mioletti

Anthony Sims Jr. vs. TBA

Otha Jones III vs. TBA

October 13: Leeds, England (Queensberry Promotions On ESPN+):

Josh Warrington vs. Sofiane Takoucht: IBF featherweight title

Zelfa Barrett vs. Jordan McCorry: Commonwealth super featherweight title

Lyndon Arthur vs. Emmanuel Anim: Vacant Commonwealth light heavyweight title

October 18: Philadelphia (Top Rank On ESPN):

Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs. Artur Beterbiev: Unified WBC/IBF light heavyweight titles

Luis Collazo vs. Kudratillo Abdukakhorov

Michael Seals vs. Elio Heraldo Trosch

Joseph Adorno vs. Damian Alejandro Sosa

Julian Rodriguez vs. TBA

Jeremy Adorno vs. Misael Reyes

Sonny Conto vs. Steven Lyons

October 18: Niagara Falls, New York (Boxeo Telemundo):

Emanuel Colon vs. Richard Zamora

October 19: Newcastle, England (Matchroom Boxing On DAZN):

Lewis Ritson vs. Robbie Davies Jr.

Ted Cheeseman vs. Scott Fitzgerald: British junior middleweight title

October 19: Charleroi, Belgium:

Ryad Merhy vs. Imre Szello: Interim WBA cruiserweight title

Mikalai Vesialou vs. Abdul Khattab

Abraham Nova vs. TBA

October 19: Kobe, Japan:

Tetsuro Ohashi vs. Suzumi Takayama: Vacant Youth super flyweight title

October 21: Tokyo

Yusuke Sakashita vs. Naoki Mochizuki: WBO Asia Pacific flyweight title

October 25: Mexico City, Mexico (Boxeo Telemundo):

Mauricio Pintor vs. John Karl Sosa

October 25: Reno, Nevada (RJJ Boxing On UFC Fight Pass):

Kendo Castaneda vs. Stan Martyniouk

October 25: Thailand:

Wanheng Menayothin vs. Simpiwe Konkco: WBC minimumweight title

October 26: Reno, Nevada (Top Rank On ESPN+):

Shakur Stevenson vs. Joet Gonzalez: Vacant WBO featherweight title

Joshua Greer vs. Antonio Nieves

Mikaela Mayer vs. Alejandra Soledad Zamora

Albert Bell vs. Frank De Alba

Jason Sanchez vs. Adeilson Dos Santos

Andy Vences vs. Mark Bernaldez

Tyler McCreary vs. Matt Conway

Xander Zayas vs. TBA

October 26: London (World Boxing Super Series/Matchroom Boxing):

Regis Prograis vs. Josh Taylor: Unified WBA/IBF junior welterweight titles, World Boxing Super Series Super finals

Joseph Parker vs. Dereck Chisora

Ricky Burns vs. Lee Selby

Yves Ngabu vs. Lawrence Okolie: EBU European cruiserweight title

Conor Benn vs. TBA

October 26: Agen, France:

Samir Ziani vs. Faroukh Kourbanov: EBU European super featherweight title

October 26: Yorkshire, England:

Craig Derbyshire vs. Marcel Braithwaite: BBBofC English super flyweight title

October 27: Okayama, Japan:

Seigo Yuri Akui vs. Shun Kosaka: Vacant Japanese flyweight title

October 30: Moscow, Russia:

Nikolai Potapov vs. TBA

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