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[WEEKEND RECAP] Timothy Bradley vs Manny Pacquiao, Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez vs Giovanni Lorenzo, Anthony Mundine vs Joshua Clottey, Frank Buglioni vs Sergey Khomitsky + more

Wednesday April 9

From Entertainment Centre, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Joshua Clottey won a unanimous decision over Anthony Mundine

If you saw any replay or read anything about it, you probably saw that Joshua Clottey is now changing his nickname. It used to be Grandmaster, then it was Turtle Shell, and now it’s Concrete. Clottey dropped Mundine 5 times in an ugly affair that had some nice fouls in it too. This new found power for Clottey makes him a dangerous addition to the junior middleweight or middleweight division. Clottey has jumped into the outskirts of the junior middleweight division. Ask yourself this question, how would Joshua Clottey fair against Ishe Smith? Cornelius Bundrage? Jermell Charlo? Carlos Molina? Vanes Martirosyan? Because that’s his competition. Even before Clottey went on hiatus, he would have probably beaten most of those guys and I think now with his heavy hands, he’d be a favorite over a couple of them. The Joshua Clottey era is not over, yet!

Thursday April 10

From BB King Blues Club & Grill, New York, New York

Ievgen Khytrov stopped Jas Phipps in 2 rounds

Okay, so Khytrov is 3-0 now. Why is he here? This guy has potential to be the next big thing, that’s why. He’s a little green, no doubt about that, but his amateur experience indicates that this kid is the real deal. He was robbed against Anthony Ogogo at the London games and he’s got a win over Ryota Murata. Above all, he’s fun to watch. He’s a hunter. He comes forward and applies immense pressure. He lacks the patience of Golovkin, but he cuts off the ring like him. Phipps was either overmatched or simply wasn’t prepared to be overwhelmed with pressure. Khytrov stopped him with a stiff jab straight right and a left hook before the referee jumped into stop it.

Friday April 11

From Del Mar Fairgrounds, San Diego, California

Mercito Gesta stopped Edgar Riovalle in eight rounds

From Double Tree Westshore Hotel, Tampa, Florida

Shannon Briggs knocked out Maurenzo Smith in one round

Whoa whoa whoa, wait a god damn minute. Did you just say Shannon Briggs? In action? The guy is 42 years old! His last fight was 4 years ago when Vitali Klitschko battered him for 12 rounds! He’s back? Yep, and he knocked out poor Maurenzo Smith in 1 round.
From Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada

Gilberto Ramirez stopped Giovanni Lorenzo in 5 rounds

Ramirez looks great. He not only got to show off a dynamic offense, but he showed he’s also got a chin. Lorenzo used a beautiful straight left to the body, his body shots were vicious, and Lorenzo fought most of the fight moving from corner to corner. With this win, Ramirez now sets himself up to join HBO’s growing pool of middleweights. We may possibly see him on the Marquez-Alvarado or (if the fight ever gets made) Golovkin-Chavez Jr undercard. This guy is a relentless body snatcher with a brilliant straight left. I think he’s got a real bright future ahead of him… if he can move his head after he rushes forward to avoid getting countered between combinations.

Jesse Hart won a unanimous decision of Samuel Clarkson

Egor Mekhontsev knocked out Dwayne Williams in 3

Saturday April 12

From Blue Water Dokken, Esbjerg, Denmark

Erik Skoglund stopped Danilo D’Agata in 9

David Price knocked out Ondrej Pala in 3

This was a fun little fight. It was funny to see Pala, who looks small enough to be Price’s son, drop Price in the first with a thudding blow to the top of the head. Price was okay from that, although Pala thought he hurt him. Price at times fought from the Philly shell which was cute. Price would eventually drop Pala with a straight right and then finish him with the same punch before the referee called it off. Price has improved, he’s using his jab very effectively and he dealt with Pala’s pressure nicely, but I think Price lacks the coordination to really take it to the next level.

Andy Lee won a majority decision over Frank Haroche Horta

Ehh, let’s not talk about this one.
From Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London, UK

Ovill McKenzie knocked out Tony Conquest in the 5th round

This was a bad night for what was supposed to be a bunch of showcase fights for Frank Warren’s prospects. Conquest was dropped and stopped in 5 rounds. It’s not like we didn’t know Conquest was chinny, though.

Chris Eubank Jr stopped Sandor Micsko in 2 rounds

I think Eubank is going to sign with Eddie Hearn this week to avoid the Warren curse.

Sergey Khomitsky stopped Frank Buglioni in 6

This was real shocking. Buglioni looked like one of the better prospects in the UK. I’m not going to take anything away from Khomitsky because all he did was come in and fight his ass off, but Buglioni didn’t look right from the start. Maybe this is what happens when you’re exposed, but Khomitsky seemed always a step ahead of him. Buglioni’s defense was pretty terrible. He jumped back in a straight line whenever Khomitsky came forward with his attack and when he put up his guard, it seemed like Khomitsky’s punches still found the mark. At about a minute and a half in the 5th round, Khomitky lands a big looping left hook that I think was the beginning of the end. He was able to land it again a few seconds later and Buglioni didn’t look the same after that. Buglioni eventually turned it up, but Khomitsky saw that as an opportunity to land big counter shots. Buglioini ate a big left hook at the beginning of the 6th. Khomitsky rushed him and Buglioni’s corner eventually jumped onto the mat to call it off.

Bradley Skeete stopped Tobia Giuseppe Loriga in 7

As if this card wasn’t weird enough, Skeete goes off and stops someone. I didn’t watch this, nor can I find a video of it.

William Warburton beat Gorgeous Georgie Kean on points

Well that was quick.
From MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

Manny Pacquiao regains his WBO welterweight title by unanimous decision over Timothy Bradley

These 2 put on one hell of a show. The pace was furious and both threw and landed some heavy bombs. Before I recap the fight, I just want to say this. Glenn Trowbridge’s 118-110 card is awful. You’re telling me Bradley won 2 rounds and that’s it? The fight was a hell of a lot closer than that and Trowbridge was a little too generous to Pacquiao. Other than that, this was truly what we should see from the elite fighters in the sport. Bradley began the fight showing that he could frustrate and outbox Pacquiao, while Pacquiao was able to get in and out as he always does with his rapid fire combinations. After the 4th, something shifted in Bradley’s strategy and he decided to sell out and go for a big knockout. It was a costly mistake that I believe cost him the fight. Both guys were hurt at points in the fight and everyone walked away entertained. I wouldn’t mind seeing a rematch.

Raymundo Beltran beat Arash Usmanee by unanimous decision

Beltran now lines himself up for a shot at lightweight champion and fellow Ricky Burns conqueror Terence Crawford. Beltran coasted to an easy victory behind his big left hook. I thought Usmanee made a costly mistake by trying to switch southpaw at times. It seemed a poor strategy against a guy who spent a lot of time sparring with one of the best southpaws in the game.

Jessie Vargas won the WBA world light welterweight title by unanimous decision over Allakhverdiev

This was a closer fight than the scorecards suggested. The 117-111 scorecard was a little negligent. Vargas won the early rounds behind his jab and quick combinations, but as the fight progressed, Allakhverdiev began to land his left. Allakhverdiev landed most of the bigger punches, while Vargas was consistent for nearly 12 rounds. I can see a rematch for these 2, but I’m not sure many would want to see it.

Bryan Vasquez won the interim WBA world super featherweight title by unanimous decision over Jose Felix Jr

Bryan Vasquez may have stole the show as he cleanly outboxed a young prospect in Jose Felix Jr over 12 rounds. Vasquez didn’t need to hurt him or put him down, he instead used a sustained and consistent body attack with slick defense to win him rounds. While 2 judges saw a point deduction being the difference here, don’t believe it. Vasquez won easily and I can see him going on to face Mikey Garcia, if not a rematch with Uchiyama.

Oscar Valdez stopped Adrian Perez in 4

Valdez looked sensational, landing at will and banging the body with vicious hooks.

Esquiva Falcao won a unanimous decision over Ethan Pena

Falcao has a long way to go as he adapts to the pro game. Whatever has been said about Zou Shiming, a lot can apply to Falcao.
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[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Timothy Bradley vs Manny Pacquiao, Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez vs Giovanni Lorenzo, Anthony Mundine vs Joshua Clottey, Frank Buglioni vs Sergey Khomitsky + more

Wednesday April 9

From Entertainment Centre, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
TV: Main Event (Australia) Sky Arena (New Zealand)
Fight Thread: No

Anthony Mundine 46(27)-5 vs Joshua Clottey 37(22)-4

12 rounds
middleweight division
I’ve always liked Joshua Clottey. His performance against Pacquiao was such that it rewrote his history. He became known as the Ghanian Everlast punching bag. It’s not like he didn’t earn it, but it’s a bit disappointing. He was disqualified early in his career in a fight he was clearly winning for his first career loss. The next loss was against Antonio Margarito. I don’t see a planet where that Margarito would ever lose to a fighter like Clottey. Clottey has always been a shell fighter who emerges with hard counter shots. Margarito was free to rack up points all night long. His next loss came 3 years later after beating Diego Corrales and Zab Judah. His loss to Cotto was controversial and I’m gonna admit to you all that I thought Clottey won. I love Cotto, but the harder punches in that fight came from the Grandmaster. Clottey has since trekked up to middleweight and he faces Anthony Mundine. Mundine has a split decision over Geale as the best win of his career. I’m not counting his stoppage of Shane Mosley last year. Mosley has always had back problems (if you watch the first De La Hoya fight, he tells his dad in the corner about it.) I think given Mosley is a couple years from social security, it’s forgivable
All that said, I’m going to take Clottey. His experience with some of the best welterweights of this past decade should prepare him to beat 38 year old Mundine.
From Hua Hin, Thailand
TV: 9 (Thailand)
Fight Thread: No

Sirimongkol Singwancha 76(48)-2 vs TBA

12 rounds
welterweight division
The only reason this is here is because he’s next in line to face Floyd Mayweather. Wait, just kidding. Earlier this week there was a thread asking for the most padded records in the game. I think Singwancha has thrown his hat into the mix.

Thursday April 10

From BB King Blues Club & Grill, New York, New York
TV: GoFightLive.TV
Fight Thread: No

Ievgen Khytrov 3(3)-0 vs Jas Phipps 4(1)-2

6 rounds
middleweight division
Khytrov is a decorated amateur who some are projecting to be the next Golovkin. Put this guy on your watch list. If nothing else, he’s exciting to watch.

Friday April 11

From Del Mar Fairgrounds, San Diego, California
TV: No
Fight Thread: No

Mercito Gesta 26(14)-1-1 Edgar Riovalle 37(26)-17-2

8 rounds
lightweight division
What happened to you Mercito? You were contending for knockouts of the year on Friday Night Fights and you fought on the Pacquiao-Marquez IV undercard for the lightweight championship… and now you’re fighting an 8 rounder in some dirt field under Schaefer’s banner. You were seen as a potential candidate to be the next Filipino sensation given the knockouts you were scoring…
The Vazquez fight proved a couple of things. One, don’t question Gesta’s heart. The guy went out and never stopped trying to knock Vazquez out. That can be completely frustrating when fighting a master like Vazquez. Especially when you’re falling asleep. The other thing Gesta proved was that he’s a bit of a gunner. Gesta looked crude against Vazquez. He looked like a knockout was the only way he could beat a guy who had adept boxing skill. Gesta needs to improve that to make the next step in his career and at 26 there’s still time. I’m not sure who’s training him, but I’m not counting this kid out. With the right training, I think Gesta could turn into a force at lightweight. Riovalle is a tough opponent. In fact, this will be a good barometer for where Gesta is.
From Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: ESPN2
Fight Thread: Yes

Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez 27(21)-0 vs Giovanni Lorenzo 33(25)-6

10 rounds
super middleweight division
All you guys out there that like to find out and watch the next wave of prospects, tune in. Seriously. Sanchez is 22 years old, he’s tall, he’s a southpaw, he’s just about everything you want to see in a Mexican prospect. He goes to the body, he’s aggressive, but the key to Sanchez is he’s also smart. He can move, he uses his jab to keep his opponents at a safe range, he throws in combination, and he’s got some pop. He’s still got some flaws, his defense is a bit frantic, but wait till you see his right hook. This could be Gilberto’s coming out party. He’s got a marketable look, too. His opponent is no Andre Ward, but let me tell you this: He’s gonna test Ramirez. This guy has been in with a ton of experienced guys. He took Sam Soliman, Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam, Felix Sturm, and Sebastian Sylvester the distance. Only Danny Jacobs has stopped him and it’s not like Jacobs doesn’t hit hard. I’m excited about this match. A future fight between Chavez Jr and Gilberto Ramirez would be bananas in Mexico. All he’s gotta do is keep on winning.

Jesse Hart 12(10)-0 vs Samuel Clarkson 10(6)-2

8 rounds
super middleweight division
Jesse Hart is a Philly fighter with an amateur pedigree. I like what I’ve seen from him. He’s got power and he’s not afraid to open up. I think this is supposed to be a showcase fight for Hart. Clarkson doesn’t have the strongest chin so look for Hart to stop the kid.

Haskell Rhodes 19(9)-0 vs Alejandro Rodriguez 21(12)-13-1

8 rounds
lightweight division

Egor Mekhontsev 2(2)-0 vs Dwayne Williams 5(2)-1

6 rounds
light heavyweight division
The Olympic gold medalist from the 2012 London Games returns to action. Mekhontsev looked spectacular in his fight on the Shiming undercard in February, but his opponent also looked like a guy this picked out waiting in line at the grocery store. Top Rank has high hopes for Mekhontsev, but the light heavyweight division may not have much room for him. I hope ESPN shows this fight.

Saturday April 12

From Blue Water Dokken, Esbjerg, Denmark
TV: 3+ (Denmark) TV 3 Sport 2 (Denmark) Viasat Sport (Norway) PolSat Sport (Poland)
Fight Thread: No

Erik Skoglund 19(10)-0 vs Danilo D’Agata 12(3)-1-1

12 rounds
EBU-EU light heavyweight title
There’s no room for you guys in the light heavyweight division. Sorry.

David Price 16(14)-2 vs Ondrej Pala 33(23)-4

8 rounds
heavyweight division
Remember when Price was seen as the heir to the Klitschko throne. That he would be the guy to finally knock out Dr Steelhammer? Then Tony Thompson came and pissed all over it… That was a good lesson in how size and power severely overrate and blind people to the real inadequacies and shortcomings of fighters. Price is on the rebuild here his faces a guy who didn’t look too bad last year against Dereck Chisora. That is until the bizarre finish/stoppage. The way I feel about Price is similar to the way I feel about watching Steve Nash play basketball. I love the guy and want to see him do great, but I know how injury prone he is. Every move he makes, every corner he turns, every jump makes me cringe at the potential of him tweaking or aggravating something. It’s nerve racking. I wouldn’t be surprised here is Price doesn’t fair too well. His last fight was over in a minute and was not long enough to show that price has learned anything since getting stopped twice by old man Thompson. This should be interesting as long as it lasts.

Andy Lee 31(22)-2 vs Frank Haroche Horta 34(13)-12-5

Who the hell is promoting Andy Lee these days and why didn’t we get Lee-Macklin over St Patricks day weekend? It’s unfair. I’ve always liked Lee. Emmanuel Steward saw something special in him and that’s enough for me to believe in him. Lee has the distinction of dropping Brian Vera in both of his fights with him, which diet heavyweight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr failed to do in 2 fights with him. Lee also lost to Chavez Jr… but let’s leave the past in the past. Lee looked fantastic his last time out. He’s only 29 and I think could make a real run at the middleweight title.
From Telekom Dome, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
TV: ?
Fight Thread: No

Manuel Charr 25(15)-1 vs Kevin Johnson 29(14)-5-1

10 rounds
heavyweight division
Charr was stopped by Vitali Klitschko, but other than that has been a good fighter. He’s fought mostly in Germany and I don’t know if I’m happy or not that this isn’t on TV. Kevin Johnson makes for real unwatchable, unappetizing, unappealing fights. Please look up his stinker with Dereck Chisora last year. Please, do it for me.
From Oasis Hotel Complex, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
TV: Fox Espanol (USA)
Fight Thread: No

Roberto Ortiz 30(23)-0-1 vs Joe Emilio Perea 22(14)-4

12 rounds
light welterweight division
Ortiz has a nicely padded record that he’s amassed by fighting exclusively out of Mexico. Maybe Golden Boy is ready to start pushing this guy, get him some exposure, and then they’ll feed him to Broner or Garcia.
From Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London, UK
TV: Boxnation (UK)
Fight Thread: Yes

Frank Buglioni 12(9)-0 vs Sergey Khomitsky 28(11)-10-2

10 rounds
super middleweight division
Leave it to Frank Warren to put on a card the same day as an American pay-per-view. Let’s stay on topic. I like Buglioni a lot. He doesn’t have one-punch power, but he puts his punches together nicely and takes his time. Thus far, it’s worked out nicely. Buglioni is only 24 and has a real chance to fight on the world level. Khomitsky doesn’t look like a good match-up on paper, but his record is deceiving… In his last fight against Martin Murray (you know, the guy that half the people here think beat Sergio Martinez, you crazy people) I thought Khomitsky probably won that fight. The referee gave the fight to Murray (of course) but the seed was planted. Either Murray isn’t as good as we thought and Sergio was just injured in their fight, or Murray fought the fight of his life against Sergio and now he’s done, or Khomitsky is pretty good… or styles make fights. It’s one of these things. Either way, do not get this twisted. Buglioni is still far from ready to be on the world level, but the potential is there and this is a good test to see where they should go with his development.

Tony Conquest 13(5)-1 vs Ovill McKenzie 21(10)-12

12 rounds
cruiserweight division
Hmmmmm

Bradley Skeete 15(4)-0 vs Tobia Giuseppe Loriga 27(6)-3-2

12 rounds
welterweight division
How the hell do they keep finding these guys that are even more feather-fisted than Skeete? This guy was probably the master of finding Waldo when he was younger. Maybe there’s another version of Boxrec with sortable columns. A little bit of trivia for you guys. Loriga was once knocked out by Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. The contracted weight? 153 pounds! Can you imagine a Chavez that skinny!? Guess how much Chavez weighed on fight night? Yep, you guessed it. 171 pounds. How does he do it? Maybe he’s controlling gravity around him. That is the only explanation.
I don’t wanna hate on Skeete because that dude has a done of balls and heart. He goes out there and fights his ass off, but I’m just not interested in seeing it. Skeete is pretty masterful at jabbing and moving laterally to keep his opponent from planting his feet and mounting offense. When he’s cornered, he steps in and clinches. First and foremost, it works. He’s not undefeated because he hits like Roman Gonzalez. But if he did hit like Roman Gonzalez, Skeete would be a terrifying fighter. In fact, I like thinking about this. Alternate universe Bradley Skeete. He’s just the same except he’s got long hair and packs 1-punch power… and he’s promoted by Ricky Hatton. But that is all fantasy. The reality is that Skeete has an unappealing style to even the hardcore fans and while he keeps on winning, it add up to a hill of beans until he either changes his style or knocks out a real contender.
PS. I was kidding about Chavez's weight. He really did weigh in at 153, I have no clue what he weighed on the night of the fight.

Hughie Fury 13(8)-0 vs Danny Hughes 12(3)-2-2

6 rounds
heavyweight division
Hughie is the more talented of the Fury’s, but they aren’t rushing anything with him. What I love about Hughie is that he’s a giant of a man who isn’t afraid to go to the body. This shouldn’t be too difficult of a fight for the big guy.

Georgie Kean 3(1)-0 vs William Warburton 11(2)-60-3

4 rounds
welterweight division
Guess how many times Warburton has been knocked out.. Click here to check your answer. I bet you were wrong. This fight will make it on the card because Gorgeous Georgie Kean is pretty popular and moves tickets.

Chris Eubank Jr 13(8)-0 vs TBA

unknown rounds
probably middleweight division
Warren is throwing everything at the wall here! Eddie Chambers is also on the undercard, but I’m not putting anything else for this card.

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