Daily News Golden Gloves Hits Newburgh New York March 22nd

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March 22nd in Newburgh NY,  a 2017 Daily News Golden Gloves Tournament hosted by “Newburgh Hook Elite Boxing”. will be held at the Newburgh Free Academy High School located on 201 Fullerton Ave, Newburgh, NY.

Special Guest in attendance will be Former Four Time Daily News “Golden Gloves” Champion and boxing commentator Brian Adams along with former female world champion “Downtown” Leona Brown.

The “Newburgh Hook Elite Boxing” club located on 401 Washington Ave, Newburgh New York run by Trainer Leonard Lee is a pure “Throwback Facility”, it only has the basic necessities but plenty of willing students.

A favorite to win the tournament, in his weight class is Marquise Williams, who fights out of “Newburgh Hook Elite Boxing” and has been at the gym daily putting in the work needed to increase his chances of accomplishing that goal.  

This will be the first time, a Daily News Golden Glove Tournament has been held at the Newburgh Free…

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EAVESDROPPING HAIGH LEARNING FROM A MASTER

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EAVESDROPPING HAIGH LEARNING FROM A MASTER
UNBEATEN Macclesfield puncher Jake Haigh has been picking up some fistic tips by eavesdropping.

The 22-year-old Salford University graduate says he’s learnt a lot since linking up with four-time world champion Ricky Hatton last summer.

But admits to listening in when the Hitman is giving advice to his other fighters before adding to the pointers to his own game.

He said: “Ricky is a great teacher, you learn something new every day in the gym with him and he’s really brought me on since I turned professional, but I’ll admit that I like to listen to the way he talks to his other boxers as well.

“Zhanat [Zhakiyanov] has got a world title fight coming up and listening to the advice Ricky gives ZZ is awesome. I take it in and think ‘I’ll use that advice myself!’”

Haigh has made a seamless transition into…

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BIG 2016 BIGGER 2017 IN STORE FOR STAR BOXING

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It was a sensational year for Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing in 2016. The year brought many thrills and breakout performances, including the two dramatic knockouts by Light Heavyweight Joe “The Beast” Smith Jr on NBC and HBO respectively. Cruiserweight Constantin Bejenaru had 2 nice upset wins on Showtime and rising Jr. Welterweight Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin continued his winning ways at the Paramount.
                         
                                                                   JOE SMITH JR. KO’S BERNARD HOPKINS 
Sadly, the year also saw the passing of the legendary Patriarch of the DeGuardia family on March 8, 2016. The Father of our CEO, Joe DeGuardia Sr., was a former professional boxer in…

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CES Boxing-WEIGHTS FROM TWIN RIVER

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cropped-21.jpgPROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 26th, 2017) – Listed below are the weights of all the participants for “CES MMA 41” scheduled for Friday, Jan. 27th, 2017 at Twin River Casino airing live on AXS TV.

MATT BESSETTE

Stafford, Conn.

20-7, 5 KOs

145

KEVIN CROOM

Columbia, Mo.

16-7, 5 KOs

146

PAT WALSH

Stoughton, Mass.

8-2, 3 KOs

225

KEVIN HALEY

Rollinsford, N.H.

6-3, 2 KOs

215

DINIS PAIVA

East Providence, R.I.

8-6, 5 KOs

136 ¼

JORDAN ESPINOSA

Findlay, Ohio

8-4, 1 KO

136

KODY NORDBY

Woonsocket, R.I.

7-4

135 ½

DAVID GARCIA

La Grange, Ill.

4-6, 2 KOs

135

TYLER KING

North Attleboro, Mass.

12-4, 3 KOs

236

KEITH BELL

Newport News, Va.

6-8, 4 KOs

265

CARLOS CANDELARIO

New Britain, Conn.

4-0, 1 KO

130

MIGUEL RESTREPO

Miami, Fla.

4-2, 2 KOs

131

GREG REBELLO

Cranston, R.I.

20-7, 12 KOs

240

DANYELLE WILLIAMS

Owatoona, Minn.

8-4…

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McLAREN AIMS TO TAKE THE ROOF OFF FENTON MANOR

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McLAREN AIMS TO TAKE THE ROOF OFF FENTON MANOR
British Challenge Super Lightweight Champion, Kieron McLaren, makes a first defence of his belt on Hatton Boxing’s ‘Time To Shine’ show at Fenton Manor next month.

The 22 year-old defeated Plymouth hardman, Chris Adaway, back in October, at the same venue, to claim the belt and defends it against a familiar foe this time around.

McLaren, undefeated in nine professional contests, takes on Worcester’s Michael ‘Mad Man’ Mooney. The pair have locked horns already with McLaren claiming a points victory in May 2016 and ‘Gunner’ expects to have his hand raised one again.

“It’s going to be another good fight and if it’s anything like the Adaway fight the fans will be in for a treat,” he said. “It was a tough night against Adaway. I don’t think it was as close as the referee scored it (McLaren claimed…

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Felix Diaz-“I HEAR THAT BUD IS FIGHTING IN APRIL. IT’S TIME FOR CRAWFORD TO FACE A REAL CHALLENGE!”

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“I HEAR THAT BUD IS FIGHTING IN APRIL. IT’S TIME FOR CRAWFORD TO FACE A REAL CHALLENGE!”

 

New York, NY (1/20/17) – Dominican Felix Diaz (19-1, 9 KOs) ended a successful 2016 as a world ranked junior welterweight contender with another two impressive victories added to his ledger. He is determined to continue that momentum this year by facing the biggest challenges. The top name on his hit list remains WBC/WBO junior welterweight world champion Terence Crawford.

 

“I spent half of last year calling out Crawford. He went the easy route, facing John Molina, who entered their December title fight three pounds above the weight limit and was way overmatched. Now, it is time for Crawford to face a real challenge,” said Diaz.

 

“It doesn’t look like he’ll be fighting Pacquiao any time soon. I am highly ranked by the WBC and WBO, and I am willing…

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Keith Thurman vs. Danny Garcia Press Conference Quotes

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(Photo Credit: Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME)

BROOKLYN (January 18, 2017) – Undefeated welterweight world champions Danny Garcia and Keith Thurman hosted a press conference in Brooklyn Wednesday to discuss their primetime showdown that headlines SHOWTIME CHAMPION CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on CBS, presented by Premier Boxing Champions, Saturday, March 4 from Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Thurman and Garcia were joined by their trainers at the press conference Wednesday afternoon at Barclays Center. Here is what the participants had to say:

KEITH THURMAN

“It’s a pleasure to be here again. This is where it’s at. I get the most love out here, since the first time I ever fought here. The fans in New York make me feel like I’ve made it.

“This fight March 4 has two undefeated champions. Two of the best welterweights going toe-to-toe. Someone’s ‘0’ has to go.

“I’m blessed to get this fight because I’ve been asking for it…

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