Robert “Stopper” Quaye got the result he hoped for but not in the manner he wanted. Quaye was awarded a first-round TKO win when opponent Nathaniel Nukpe pulled a “No Mas” after suffering a knockdown in the first round of their main event Saturday night at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra.
In a super middleweight bout, Chris Eubank Jr. (31-2, 23 KOs) broke down and stopped Wanik Awdijan (28-2, 11 KOs) in five rounds.
In one of the biggest boxing upsets in recent memory, Sandor Martin of Spain scored a majority decision victory over former four-division champion Mikey Garcia on Saturday in Fresno, California.
Jeremiah Nakathila made a triumphant return in his Namibia homecoming, knocking out Zimbabwe’s Ndodana Ncube in the second round Saturday night at Windhoek Country Club.
A quiet storm is brewing in Britain for Claressa Shields following Savannah Marshall’s thunderous demolition of previously-undefeated challenger Lolita Muzeya in tonight’s WBO Middleweight Championship defence.
Offensive juggernaut Emanuel Navarrete and the hardnosed Joet Gonzalez promised to destroy each other in a war during their pre-fight buildup, and they did just that on Friday night. It was the powerful, aggressive, more active and experienced champion Navarrete who soldiered through and proved to be the stronger warrior in a seesaw slugfest…
Lightweight, undefeated sensation Ryan “King Ry” Garcia (21-0, 18 KOs) sustained an injury to his right hand during a training session. The 23-year old Southern California native will undergo surgery on Monday, October 18, to repair his right wrist by the renowned orthopedic hand specialist Dr. Steven Shin at the Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Surgery Center. …
Robert “Stopper” Quaye and Nathaniel Nukpe are both on weight ahead of their super lightweight showdown Saturday night at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra.
Sources tell BoxingAfrica.com that former WBO junior featherweight world champion Isaac Dogboe is set to face the dangerous Christopher Diaz Saturday, November 20, at Mandalay Bay’s Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas, on the Terence Crawford-Shawn Porter ESPN pay-per-view undercard.
Boxing fans and media alike can rest a little easier knowing that Deontay Wilder has come to grips with his latest defeat.