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Carl Frampton to make U.S. Debut on El Paso ‘PBC on CBS’ Show

Carl Frampton

Carl Frampton to face Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. in El Paso, Texas According to multiple reports, undefeated, IBF World Super Bantamweight, Carl Frampton is expected to make his United States debut July 18 on a PBC on CBS card in El Paso, Texas. A press release issued by Premier Boxing Champions first made the announcement but has since been deleted from the ...

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Jodie Esquibel Claims NABF Title at Buffalo Thunder

Jodie Esquibel

Brandon Holmes and Pat Holmes Jr. Win By TKO on ‘The Takeover’ Undercard A crowd of just over 2,000 was on-hand Saturday night at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino for a Holmes Boxing promoted card that featured a women’s NABF Light Flyweight title fight. In the main event of the evening Albuquerque’s Jodie Esquibel and Mexico’s Mayela Perez provided ...

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Anthony Mundine Withdraws From Austin Trout May 9 Fight

Austin Trout vs. Anthony Mundine

Mundine vs. Trout PBC on CBS Bout to be Rescheduled An ear injury has forced Australia’s Anthony Mundine to withdraw from his May 9 WBC Silver Super Welterweight title defense bout against Las Cruces, New Mexico’s Austin Trout. The announcement was made late Sunday night by Mundine’s representatives on Boxa.com.au and later confirmed to SWFight.com by Trout. On a phone ...

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Tim Means Gets No. 5 Ranked Welterweight Matt Brown for UFC 189

Matt Brown vs Tim Means

Means vs. Brown set for July 11 UFC 189: Aldo vs. McGregor Undercard Before even leaving the Prudential Center after his third round arm-triangle victory over George Sullivan, Albuquerque-fighter Tim Means was offered the biggest fight of his career. UFC matchmakers presented Means the opportunity to face the number five ranked welterweight, Matt Brown on the undercard of one of ...

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Torres Rallies to Capture WBC USNBC Title Over Ganoy

Torres wins WBC USNBC Title

Josh Torres Defeats Ranee Ganoy at the Albuquerque Convention Center After digging himself into a hole early on, Albuquerque’s Josh Torres was able to outbox Filipino counterpart Ranee Ganoy, on his way to the WBC USNBC Super Lightweight championship, Saturday night at the Albuquerque Convention Center. In front of crowd of about 1,600, Torres and Ganoy gave boxing fans a ...

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Commentary: Josh Torres vs. Ranee Ganoy Preview, Media Predictions

Josh Torres vs. Ranee Ganoy

Josh Torres vs. Ranee Ganoy Breakdown For any highly anticipated fight the phrases: Can’t miss!, Possible Fight of the Year, and even, There should be some good chingasos, are always thrown around by promoters and fans alike but bouts rarely live up to the hype. Tonight’s title fight between Josh Torres and Ranee Ganoy will deliver one way or another. The native New ...

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All or Nothing: Josh Torres vs. Ranee Ganoy Weigh-In Results

Josh Torres vs. Ranee Ganoy

Torres and Ganoy Make Weight for WBC USNBC Title Fight On Friday afternoon the weigh-ins to Chavez Promotions’ All or Nothing boxing card took place at the Sadie’s of New Mexico restaurant in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. The much hyped and highly anticipated WBC USNBC Super Lightweight championship main event between Albuquerque’s Josh Torres and Duke City trained-Filipino born Ranee ...

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Clayton Wimer Submits Conrad Padilla at Santa Ana Star Center

layton Wimer vs. Conrad Padilla

Clayton Wimer bests Conrad Padilla in Sparta Combat League’s Army vs. Marines NM main event A crowd of about 400 was on hand to welcome Sparta Combat League’s first New Mexico card, Army vs. Marines-NM, Friday night at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. In the evening’s main event, Albuquerque’s Conrad Padilla (5-2) took on relatively ...

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Sparta Combat League Army vs. Marines NM Weigh-in Results

Padilla vs Wimer

Sparta Combat League Army vs. Marines April 3rd at the Santa Ana Star Center Today the weigh-ins to Sparta Combat League’s Army vs Marines New Mexico took place at Vincent’s Men’s Salon and Lounge in Albuquerque’s westside. The fighters, all representing a branch of the military or fighting in honor of a friend or family member that served, will be ...

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