Monday, December 26, 2011

The best fight of 2011

Here is the best fight of 2011 The Hopkins vs Pascal 2

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Julio Cesar Chavez JR vs Peter Manfredo JR

Julio Cesar Chavez JR vs Peter Manfredo JR for World Middleweight Championship

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Pacquiao vs Marquez Replay

Pacquiao wins majority decision but Marquez fans did not accept that since they saw that Marquez put more effort on the fight and hit Pacquiao but if you will see the replay Pacquiao get cramp in the early round from round 3 as you can see Marquez accidentally stepped Pacquiao foot in Round 2 and 3. Most people believe that this fight is even and some thinks Marquez win the fight but if you will watch the reply carefully it is clear that some of the punch of Marquez are landing on Pacquiao's block and I believe that the judge see that and put in even and the 2 other judge consider Pacquiao as the winner since Pacquiao punch are clearly connected. Here is the replay of Pacquiao vs Marquez Fight.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Marquez vs Pacquiao

Here is the Marquez vs Pacquiao

Pacquiao vs Marquez Comparator

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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Watch Pacquiao vs Marquez with Max Kellerman

The Face off of the two boxing superstars with there coach. Watch the Pacquiao vs Marquez interviewed by Max Kellerman.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Pacquiao vs Marquez Preparation Video

Here is the Pacquiao vs Marquez Preparation Video Pacquiao vs Marquez 24/7 Part 1 Just wait the other training videos. .

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Donaire vs Narvaez

Donaire vs Narvaez fight today. .

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Chad Dawson vs Bernard Hopkins

Here is the showdown of Bernard Hopkins vs Chad Dawson.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Bernard Hopkins vs Chad Dawson

The Master and the Executioner Bernard Hopkins will fight against the one of the gifted boxer Bad Chad Dawson on October 15, 2011 at the Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA. The 46 year old great Executioner Bernard Hopkins has a record of 55-5-2-32KOs. On his age he remains the most intense and focused fighter in terms of neutralizing his opponents and he is the current Light Heavyweight Champion of the World and he will defend this on October 15. On the other hand the 29 year old challenger and the gifted Bad Chad Dawson has a record of 31-1-17KOs which he is younger than his opponent will challenge his self if he can be the Champion again on his career. Believe it or not watch Hopkins vs Dawson on October 15, 2011.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Ortiz vs Mayweather

Ortiz vs Mayweather


Super Welterweight Bout
Canelo Alvarez and Alfonso Gomez

Light Welterweight bout
Erik Morales vs Lucas Matthysse

Mayweather vs Ortiz: Official Weigh In

Here is the Mayweather vs Ortiz Official Weigh In

Watch out for the fight tonight. .

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Mayweather vs Ortiz

Watch Floyd Mayweather vs Victor Ortiz on September 17, 2011 at the MGM Grand Las Vegas. Mayweather will try to get the WBC Welterweight Belt to Victor Ortiz and prove that he will still the one of the best contender against the current pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao.

On the other hand Victor Ortiz will prove that he will be the first time to beat the undefeated boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather JR and a chance to go for the pound for pound title.

Also watch out for the return of the greatest Mexican boxer Eric Morales after of several years that he stopped from his boxing career. He will prove today that he has the guts and power and still the boxer that beats the current pound for pound king on his previous fights.

Eric Morales will fight against the 28-year old banger with thunder in his fists, Lucas Martin Matthysse for the WBC Super Lightweight title. This is exiting fight.

Watch Mayweather vs Ortiz and also Watch Morales vs Matthysse on September 17, 2011.

Who currently stands atop the welterweight division?

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Amir Khan vs Zab Judah

The negotiations have settled, the social media battles are raging and on Saturday, July 23, two of boxing’s best will step into the ring to unify the 140-pound weight division when rising superstar and World Boxing Association (WBA) World Champion Amir “King” Khan faces Five-Time World Champion and current International Boxing Federation (IBF) Junior Welterweight World Titleholder Zab “Super” Judah at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nev. The fight will be a super lightweight world championship unification bout televised live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing.

The fight, which figures to be a classic match-up of two fighters with blazing speed who also punch with power and brute force, has led to a litany of questions regarding the outcome. Does Khan have enough experience to deal with a veteran such as Judah? Will Judah be able to keep pace with the younger Khan? Will each fighter be able to handle the power of the other and reach the final bell? On July 23 at Mandalay Bay, all of these questions, among others, will be answered.

Khan vs. Judah, a 12-round WBA and IBF Super Lightweight World Championship Unification fight, is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Main Events in association with Khan Promotions and Super Judah Promotions and sponsored by Cerveza Tecate and AT&T. The HBO World Championship Boxing telecast begins at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT.

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to unify the 140-pound division which always has been a dream of mine,” said Khan. “Fighting Zab was the toughest option my team presented to me, but a true champion is up for any challenge. I already was in training camp because it doesn’t matter who I fight; I will train hard no matter who it is because I want to be the best.”

“I got what I wanted, so I am happy. Now it’s time to go work,” said Judah. “I’ve been praying on this fight. My goal is to be undisputed champion at two weights. I did it at 147 and I’m gonna do it at 140 starting with Amir Khan. I’m gonna work hard. I’m very experienced, so whichever way he brings the fight, I can deal with it and take it from him.”

“We know that boxing fans are asking for the best fights out there and we are giving the fight fans what they want with Khan vs. Judah on July 23,” said Richard Schaefer, CEO of Golden Boy Promotions. “These two champions are going to leave the trash-talking behind and let their fists fly on July 23, but only one will come out as the unified 140-pound champion and we are confident that will be Amir ‘King’ Khan.”

“In the end, Zab and Main Events decided to stop quibbling about a few percentage points and get the fight into the ring. Zab’s real upside will come after he wins the fight and moves on to an even bigger payday,” said Kathy Duva, CEO of Main Events. “It is an intriguing fight on many levels. Both fighters have engaging personalities and exciting styles. As a promoter, I couldn’t be happier about this opportunity. As a fan, I can’t want to see the fight!”

“It is great to have Amir back fighting in the United States at Mandalay Bay in a massive unification fight against Judah who has shared the ring with the best fighters out there,” said Asif Vali of Khan Promotions. “We know Amir has what it takes to accomplish his dream and unify the division and he will be ready for July.”

“Judah vs. Khan will be an explosive exhibition of the true definition of boxing,” said Bill Halkias of Super Judah Promotions. “It’s two world champion fighters who possess speed, power and all around natural boxing ability meeting in a high paced matchup that is guaranteed to quench any boxing fans thirst for excitement. The 4th of July might have been a more fitting day for this fight because without a doubt, it will be full of fireworks.”

“This is a great showdown between two champions who always bring excitement into the ring,” said Kery Davis, senior vice president programming HBO Sports. “Both fighters are looking for a win here to prove that they’rethe top of the junior welterweight division.”

Amir “King” Khan (25-1, 17 KOs), who despite being only 24 years old, already is a star in the United Kingdom, selling out huge arenas and racking up impressive pay-per-view numbers. Considered one of the sport’s future stars, Khan has sailed to the heights of the amateur and professional boxing worlds, however, he is far from finished on his quest to becoming the best of his era. An accomplished amateur who earned a silver medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens at only 17 years old, the Bolton, England native took the professional game by storm in 2005 and, with the exception of a brief bump in the road in 2008 when he was upset by Breidis Prescott, Khan has since been unstoppable.

A World Champion since 2009 when he defeated Andreas Kotelnik that July, Khan has defended his crown four times, first knocking out previously undefeated Dmitriy Salita in less than one round. Next, in his United States debut at Madison Square Garden in May 2010, he dominated the always tough Paul “Magic Man” Malignaggi en route to an 11th-round technical knockout win. On December 11, 2010 at Mandalay Bay, Khan battled Marcos “Chino” Maidana in what was eventually named the Boxing Writers Association of America 2010 Fight of the Year. Khan dominated the early rounds including a first-round knockdown, but Maidana closed the gap in the later rounds. Khan later displayed some extremely impressive fortitude in surviving a vicious 10th-round onslaught by Maidana in which the British star looked to be on the brink of being knocked out. However, Khan made it out of the round on his feet and came out swinging in the 11th and 12th rounds sealing the unanimous decision victory in an instant classic. In his last fight on April 16, Khan retained his title by defeating European Champion Paul “Dudey” McCloskey via technical decision in front of a sell-out crowd of more than 17,000 at the MEN Arena in Manchester, England. A win over Judah will make Khan a unified world champion and take him a step closer to becoming one of the best of his era.

A native of Brooklyn, New York who now lives and trains in Las Vegas, Zab “Super” Judah (40-6, 28 KOs) established himself as one of the best boxers of his era by winning multiple world championships at 140 and 147 pounds. With wins over Cory “Next Generation” Spinks, DeMarcus “Chop Chop” Corley, Junior “The Hitter” Witter and Terronn “The Tramp” Millett, and having waged war with the likes of Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Miguel Cotto in what many considered 2007’s Fight of the Year, the 33-year-old Judah is well aware of what it takes to win when the spotlight is shining brightest. In July of 2010, after having fought only once in nearly two years, Judah made a huge statement to the boxing world with a third-round technical knockout over former World Champion Jose Armando Santa Cruz. Employing a vicious, perfectly timed uppercut, Judah drove Santa Cruz to the canvas in the third round and wasted no time finishing him off. In his next fight on November 6, Judah faced then undefeated Argentine knockout artist Lucas Matthysse. During the fight, Judah clearly dominated the early rounds. The power-punching Argentine made a strong push in the late rounds, sending Judah to the canvas in the 10th round. The veteran Judah skillfully regrouped and scored a 12-round decision victory. On March 5 of this year, with his new trainer and former World Champion Pernell Whitaker in his corner, Judah became a Five-Time World Champion when he scored a devastating seventh-round knockout of Kaizer Mabuza to capture the IBF Junior Welterweight World Championship. Judahused slick head movement, quickness and solid footwork to frustrate the taller South African. When the seventh round began Judah exploded with a huge straight left hand that propelled Mabuza through the ropes. The referee stopped the fight shortly after Judahcapitalized with a barrage of power punches that seriously hurt Mabuza. Defeating Khan will continue to set Judah up for some of the sport’s most lucrative fights, and it will go a long way towards cementing him as a Hall of Famer.

Here are some of there memorable quotes.

AMIR KHAN, WBA Super Lightweight World Champion

"Zab's a tricky southpaw who's won many world titles but I don't think this is his time. He doesn't have the hunger that I do. I don't think he can take the belt I have off of me."

"We have a game plan for the fight, so I know how to beat Judah and I'm already way ahead of schedule."

"This is going to be a big fight in the U.S., but it's also big for my fans in the U.K. and I'm happy for them to come over."

ZAB JUDAH, IBF Junior Welterweight World Champion

"I've beat a guy from Mexico, from Argentina, from Africa and now I will beat a guy from the United Kingdom - just call me the international assassin."

"I'm ready and focused. It was a long road back to the top, but this is what a champion is made of. When they're knocked down, they rise back up to the top."

"Amir's an assassin with speed and power, but I've been where he's been and he's going to have to do it in the lights."

"Amir can deal with a loss right now. It's 'Super' Judah time."

Watch Amir Khan vs Zab Judah on July 23, 2011.


Saturday, June 4, 2011

Chavez Jr Vs Zbik

Watch Chavez Jr Vs Zbik the middleweight championship.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Chavez Jr vs Zbik: Middleweight Championship

LOS ANGELES (April 1, 2011) - Son of the living legend, JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ, JR. (42-0-1, 30 KOs), of Culiacan, México, World Boxing Council (WBC) middleweight champion SEBASTIAN ZBIK (30-0, 10 KOs), of Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern,

Germany, Baltimore Ravens safety and undefeated cruiserweight TOMMY ZBIKOWSKI (3-0, 2 KOs), Hall of Fame promoter BOB ARUM and FERNANDO BELTRAN of Zanfer Promotions, will host a news conference luncheon announcing Chavez Jr.'s first world title shot, as well as Tommy Z's Los Angeles debut as a professional fighter Next Wednesday! April 6, at STAPLES Center - City View Terrace (1111 South Figueroa St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90015). Luncheon will be served at 11:30 a.m. PT with the news conference beginning at Noon PT.

Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Zanfer Promotions, Universum Media Network, TECATE and STAPLES Center, the Chávez, Jr. vs. Zbik world middleweight championship will take place Saturday, June 4, at STAPLES Center, and marks the first fight Chávez Jr. has fought in Los Angeles in six years. It will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark. The world championship event will be highlighted by a celebration of the boxing career of Julio César Chávez, who will be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame the following week.


Saturday, May 7, 2011

Pacquaio vs Mosley

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Pacquiao Vs Mosley: Pacquiao Training

Pacquiao vs Mosley: Pacquiao training in wild card gym.

Dont forget on May 7, 2011. Pacquiao vs Mosley showdown. Bookmark this site and keep in mind.

Pacquiao Begins Legacy

Two months after taking over management of Manny Pacquiao's largely dormant global endorsement portfolio, promoter Top Rank has landed the fighter a spot in Hewlett-Packard's upcoming campaign around its recently released tablet computer.

Working through agency William Morris, Top Rank submitted Pacquiao to HP when it learned the brand was looking for a select group of high-profile entertainers and athletes to feature in the campaign, which will include television, radio, print, outdoor and billboard components, all of which will feature the fighter and run globally.

Because of its broad line of products - including the tablet, PCs, printers and

smartphones - HP struggled to find attractive endorsers who didn't have conflicting deals. Many, such as NBA stars Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant, did. Because almost all of his contracts have been limited to the Philippines, Pacquiao was able to make the broadly structured HP deal work.

Top Rank would not discuss financials of the deal, other than to say it included HP products and a cash contribution toward charities of Pacquiao's choice. The deal was attractive because of the level of credible exposure.

"The brand alignment, to us, is unparalleled," said Lucia McKelvey, executive vice president of marketing for Top Rank. "It's exactly what we're looking for and the kind of deal we want. We hope by executing and doing this one well, others will buy into it."

In February, Top Rank sent letters to a range of brands and advertisers, explaining that Pacquiao hoped to reverse years of confusion by naming Top Rank as his exclusive commercial agent for business outside the Philippines. Within days, McKelvey said, she began to make progress.

Top Rank also recently closed a licensing deal for Pacquiao that will place his name and likeness on a line of vegetables from State Street Produce, a San Antonio-based company that grows in Mexico and distributes to restaurants across the U.S. State Street will rename its product "Pacquiao's Produce," McKelvey said, using his name and likeness as it expands its distribution to retail outlets. Pacquiao's face will appear on bags, boxes and delivery trucks.

Based on previous sales levels, the three-year deal will net Pacquiao at least $1 million annually.

"And that's just based on what they were earning without him," McKelvey said.

"Assuming it goes well, it will never stop. If the company ends up doing well, he'll always be on there. And we'll help them achieve that."

That has long been a question for those that have flirted with doing business with Pacquiao. Many have claimed to represent him, but few have delivered, causing large, credible brands to shy away.


Saturday, April 2, 2011

Mosley vs Pacquiao on May 7

This is the biggest boxing match of the year.

Pacquiao vs Mosley Fight

The agreement brings together Pacquiao, the top athlete and personality in the sport, with SHOWTIME, the fastest growing premium television network in the U.S., and its parent company CBS Corporation whose programming and media assets span network and local television, pay and basic cable, radio, outdoor and online.

The campaign will include the SHOWTIME Sports documentary series FIGHT CAMP 360° in preview of Pacquiao vs. Mosley. The top rated CBS Television Network will participate by broadcasting a primetime special of the show in April.

"The arrangement with CBS and Showtime regarding the promotion and distribution of the Pacquiao vs. Mosley championship event represents a new opportunity for the sport of boxing. It enables boxing to reach millions more people in the United States given the reach of CBS, the most watched television network in the country. This development will not only benefit Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley but all of the young men participating in the sport of boxing," said Arum.


Saturday, March 12, 2011

Relentless Cotto vs Mayorga

Cotto Wins against Mayorga at round 12

Relentless Weigh Ins

Relentless Weigh Ins Cotto vs Mayorga weigh ins.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Cotto vs Mayorga: Who is Ricardo Mayorga

Rarely do boxers love to fight the way former three-time world champion Ricardo Mayorga does. He fights with the reckless abandon and fearlessness of a teenager in a street brawl. Growing up on the rough streets of Managua, Nicaragua, instilled a fire in him that still burns to this day.

Born to Eddy Mayorga and his wife Miriam Del Socorro Perez March 10, 1973, the family was large with four girls and two boys. His father was a baker and his mother stayed home to raise the family. He witnessed the importance of mental and physical toughness at any early age.

"I come from a country where everything is war," Mayorga said. "Even the women are tough. In Nicaragua, women give birth wherever-in the middle of the street, in the countryside-with no medical attention. You see that and it puts a totally different perspective on things."

He attended a military school growing up in Managua. Since he was a rough kid and didn't participate in other sports, a teacher suggested that he might enjoy boxing. He followed the suggestion and found that he took to it very well.

He won the National Championship and was the Central American Golden Gloves champion as an amateur. He also had 103 amateur victories with only a few losses. He describes himself as an aggressive fighter, but that is an understatement. His favorite boxer was Sugar Ray Leonard, even though his style does not resemble the former five-time world champion.

Few aficionados of the sport of boxing thought Mayorga could continue his winning ways. It also didn't help that he chose reigning Boxing Writers Association of America 2002 Fighter of the Year Vernon "The Viper" Forrest to be his next opponent. Forrest, like Mayorga, had defied the odds to become the World Boxing Council 147-pound champion by defeating the seemingly invincible "Sugar" Shane Mosley. To prove it was not a fluke, Forrest defeated Forrest again in an immediate rematch.

"Right now they recognize Forrest as the best of the welterweights," Mayorga said at the time of their first meeting. "I will prove them wrong."

Not only did he predict he would win, he also said he would knock Forrest out inside of seven rounds-much to the amusement of many. He was so relaxed, he ate a slice of pizza when he got on the scales for the official weigh-in to taunt his opponent and prove he had no problem making weight. Mayorga repeatedly mocked Forrest: "In my country, women give birth to men. I will spank Forrest just like a man spanks a boy."

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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Acosta vs Rios Light Weight Championship

Acosta vs Rios Light Weight Championship

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Thursday, February 24, 2011

World Lightweight Championship Acosta vs Rios on February 26

World lightweight champion Miguel Acosta will defend his belt against undefeated Brandon Rios on February 26, 2011.

The special attraction fight on the card will include the return of Notre Dame Champion Mike Lee of Chicago. Lee, trained by Ronnie Shields in Houston, fought at the Palms last year. Lee was a three-time amateur boxing champion at Notre Dame and will box in a four-round, light heavyweight bout. His opponent will be announced at a later date.

"I love boxing, and I am chasing a dream," Lee said.

Acosta, 28-3-2, (22 KOs) of Caracas, Venezuela, is the WBA lightweight champion. He has won 19 fights in a row and for seven years, remains undefeated. Acosta has beaten three undefeated fighters in his last eight bouts.

"I've fought and beaten undefeated fighters like Rios before, said Acosta. "Let's see what he brings to the ring on Feb. 26."


Monday, February 21, 2011

Relentless: Cotto vs Maryorga

With their highly anticipated world championship confrontation less than one month away, boxing fans will get exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to the training camps and lives of boxing superstars Miguel Cotto and Ricardo Mayorga when "Relentless,"

Cotto, the Pride of Puerto Rico, will defend his World Boxing Association (WBA) super welterweight title against two-division world champion Mayorga on Saturday, March 12, at MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

In addition to the fireworks expected in the ring, the event also marks the first time in five years that Hall of Fame promoters Bob Arum and Don King have joined forces for a promotion. Relentless will take a look back at some of the legendary fights that Arum and King have promoted, including flashbacks to the unforgettable Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier battles and footage from Sugar Ray Leonard's controversial split-decision victory over "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler in 1987. and

Cotto, of Caguas, Puerto Rico, has held a world title every year since 2004 and has won 15 of the 17 world championship bouts he has fought. Mayorga, of Managua, Nicaragua, is known for his reckless abandon and fearlessness inside the ring - a style of fighting that has produced 23 knockouts out of his 29 victories and legions of fans.

Cotto and Mayorga have fought a boxing who's who of the last decade, including Manny Pacquiao, Oscar de la Hoya, "Sugar" Shane Mosley, Zab Judah, Vernon Forrest, Cory Spinks, Fernando Vargas and Felix Trinidad.


Saturday, February 19, 2011

Donaire vs Montiel Fight Live

Congrats to Donaire for the TKO victory against Montiel.

Here is the highlights yesterday.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Montiel: No Mercy On Feb 19

Here is the conference call with Fernando Montiel in his upcoming fight against Nonito Donaire.

BOB ARUM: Fernando Montiel is one of the most popular fighters in Mexico and someone I have enjoyed watching boxed over the years. He is also very popular in the LA area, having boxed numerous times thee. He is a terrific young man, a great champion and we're very proud to be promoting him on this card. One of the great warriors, Fernando Montiel.

FERNANDO MONTIEL: We had a real good camp and just did a 12-round test that we passed with flying colors. I feel really well and the hardest part of training is done. Now we are just working on our speed and getting ready for this big fight and I can't wait for it to happen.

How significant was it for him to go to Japan and win that title?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: I always believed that I was that level type of fighter. One of the elite fighters, but I never had the opportunity to fight one of those type fighters...that opportunity was there and I took it. I showed the level that I was at. It was one of those wins that puts you at another level.

Would a win here put him on another level - a win against 2 elite fighters back-to-back?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: When the name came up. Mazawa, and I beat him the fight against Donaire became very real. Before that there were some doubts about whether I could get that fight which for me is great. I do want these kinds of fights, I do want to be known and I do want to be the best.

You were on HBO once and what do you think took so long to get back?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: That first fight against Gonzalez I think was a question of styles. We just couldn't get together. His style and my style could never match that night. It was a difficult fight for both of us and we each wanted to show something and it wasn't possible. After the fight I heard the criticism and thought I needed to do something about it and I did. I changed my style and became more aggressive. I wanted to give people a better show - a better fight. I think I have done that. My style is better and it has shown in my fights. Now I get another opportunity on HBO and I'm not going to mess it up - I'm going to do real well.

How will your friendship with Donaire impact the fight?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: Outside of the ring we are friendly and are going to be friends. We have a lot of respect for each other. But inside the ring everything changes. We are very competitive. We both want to win. We both want to do our best. No mercy. You go in to win the fight and forget about everything else. When the fight is over you become friends again.

FERNANDO MONTIEL: He did impress me. He looked really great against Sydorenko but I'm not Sydorenko. Sydorenko just stood there in front of him and I think you have to take that into consideration too. I am not going to be standing in front of him. I'm going to be moving around and I'll be doing my job too. I thin our styles match real well and it's going to be a good fight.

What will you bring that maybe Nonito has not seen before?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: He is obviously a fighter that has a lot of speed. He moves around the ring and is an intelligent fighter. The question to me is what is going to happen when he fights a guy that is just as intelligent, just as strong and just as good as he is. That is the question - when he fights someone that is equal to him. I think it's the first time he will find a fighter that is just as good as he is.

Does he hear if he is the underdog?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: The people that come up to me are just like you guys. They think it is a very tough fight and it's up for grabs. Either guy can win and a lot of people think I can lose this fight and I'm the underdog. But to me that's not a problem. I believe I'm going to win this fight and that's what I'm going to do.

Do you see a strategic fight or a fight ending in one punch?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: You have to fight smart but I am here to entertain too. I want people to go in there and say that is a fight that they will remember for a long time. If we need to break into a war, let's do a war if that's what needs to be done. But it is certainly not going to be a boring fight.

Is he willing to take a risk? Unlike the Bradley Alexander fight?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: For sure I am ready to risk getting knocked down and getting back up and knocking him down and him getting back up. I want it to be a great fight so everybody can remember so maybe we cannot do only one but maybe 2 or 3.

What are you most worried about in this fight?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: I think I have the experience to do anything up in the ring. One thing is his speed but we have worked hard in training camp to nullify that speed. I think we've done that and we'll be ready for it.

Are you worried that you haven't fought many rounds - you've been knocking people out lately?

FERNANDO MONTIEL: to me that is not important. I train to fight 12 rounds. I am in the gym the whole time working to get ready for a fight. I know I have the power to knock a guy out in the 1st, 2nd or even the 12th round. It just depends on the opponent and how hard you need to do it.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Watch Donaire vs Montiel

The fight of Nonito Donaire vs Fernando Montiel is on the way and it will happen on February 19, 2011. Montiel will defend his WBC, WBO Bantamweight Championship belt against the Nonito Donaire.

Here is the interview to Nonito Donaire.
NONITO DONAIRE: In the last fight with Sydorenko I felt stronger and faster. Mainly in the last two weeks I'm cutting down, actually three weeks I am focusing on cutting down but this time we are focusing on strategic moves and not having to worry about the weight too much. Like Manny Pacquiao going up in weight - he feels very comfortable. I feel strong. I look bigger and the speed is still there.

I was 10-years-old when I moved to the United States.

Do you feel you should have moved to bantamweight a few fights ago because you looked so strong?

NONITO DONAIRE: It was a learning experience on my part, being a man of my word waiting for the rematch with Darchinyan. I stayed around quite a bit. I learned that I don't have time to wait for one guy; there are plenty of fighters out there. That's what I should focus on. I am trying to seize these moments, like this fight with Montiel. I need to make things happen and not wait around.

Is your goal to go to higher weight classes to keep winning titles?

NONITO DONAIRE: I think so. For me it keeps me going and keeps me motivated. It keeps me hungry to fight better opposition. I am mentally prepared because of it. Right now I am not even touching the weights and I am blowing up to 135 if I don't take care of myself for even just a few days. I think I can fight as heavy as 130 or 135 because of how much bigger I have become.

How much does Manny inspire you?

NONITO DONAIRE: He is definitely an inspiration in my career. In inspiration in boxing and how I want to be. I am inspired to see no impossibility. To get to 130 or even more. To keep going. That's what he wants me to do, keep moving my feet to see how far I can go.

Does the weight and experience give him an advantage?

NONITO DONAIRE: It does give him advantage. He knows the ring well. His advantage is height and speed. I think I am more of a better strategist than Montiel is. Everybody has their flaws and strengths and Montiel's strength is experience but I also have my strengths. His other strength is his ability to adapt to styles - he can be versatile. He has a tremendous punch - a good body punch. But in terms of strength - I have it. In terms of experience - he does, but I have fought enough guys to say I do also. He has a good punch, but I also have that.

How have you improved your strength at the higher weight?

NONITO DONAIRE: I am naturally strong and naturally fast. I get in tremendous shape. I have a guy that strengthens my legs and a guy that strengthens my core. People making sure I and eating the right foods and Victor Conte and the main guy behind me is Robert Garcia. I have different aspects of healing my body and strengthening my body and that's how I know I am 200% ready for the fight.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Alexander vs Bradley fight

On January 29th, Alexander will be facing the light welterweight division’s best fighter in WBO light welterweight champion Timothy Bradley (26-0, 11 KO’s) at the Silverdome, in Pontiac, Michigan. This is going to be where Alexander is going to have to up his game or else end up getting exposed once again. Bradley, 27, has looked nothing short of sensational in fights against Kendall Holt, Nate Campbell, Lamont Peterson and Luis Carlos Abregu in the past year.

There really hasn’t been anyone for Bradley to fight that could really push him in any way. Bradley was hoping to fight knockout artist Marcos Maidana last year, but Maidana came up with a back injury, which erased the possibility of the fight from happening. Bradley will have to be satisfied with Alexander, who is really nothing more than a speed bump in the past for Bradley as he moves steadily forward for his eventual boxing against WBA light welterweight champ Amir Khan next year.

Devon Alexander and Timothy Bradley are scheduled to square off at the Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan next month but threatened to get proceedings underway immediately after exchanging words at the presser.

Most of the antagonising was actually led by the promoters, Gary Shaw for Bradley, and trainer and manager Kevin Cunningham for Alexander. The stakes are high as the winner of this contest is set to meet the winner of Khan vs Maidana later next year to claim the spot of No1 man in the division.

That’s the fight that Bradley is really shooting for because he will knock off HBO’s hyped star and Bradley will then take over as the biggest star in the light welterweight division and be ready for bigger fish in the future like Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Watch Alexander vs Bradley fight on January 29, 2010