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« Reply #270 on: June 22, 2015, 03:49:36 PM »

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« Reply #272 on: July 30, 2015, 04:35:11 PM »

Jeff Horn v Viktor Plotnikov 1.7.15

Jeff Horn is on his way to fighting the world best welterweights, undefeated ten fights into his boxing career currently ranked ten by WBO and scheduled to fight tough Ukraine boxer Viktor Plotnikov in New Zealand August 1.

Winning two International titles in his second year after turning professional in March 2013 and  eager to move forward in the world of boxing Horn defended the titles in June against undefeated Ugandan Richmond Djarbeng’s successfully claiming his third title WBA Pan African with a dominate  round three knockout. Focused with a great team in his corner all eyes are on young part-time school teacher from Brisbane Australia in his next outing against challenger Viktor Plotnikov.

Plotnikov has triumphant knockout wins over two prior undefeated top Ukrainian opponents earning him the right to fight for the vacant IBF Inter- Continental welterweight title in the UK on a Ricky Hatton Promotion. It was Plotnikov’s first title fight on foreign soil defeating former Commonwealth champion Denton Vassell winning by unanimous decision a confidence builder beneficial in the lead up to his fight in New Zealand. Walking into the ring with similar advantage over Horn is a great test for Horn at this stage of his boxing career putting all his titles on the line against Plotnikov, ten years his senior with 32 wins from 34 fights an experienced boxer skilled to deliver clean shots will push Horn into deeper waters granting him the opportunity to showcase his boxing power and strengths to get the job done.

Managed and trained by a man who has his best interest at heart and backed by many in Boxing Australia has seen Horn grow into the man making the most noise on the Australasian welterweight scene ready to deliver an action packed fight for fans in Australia the first of his four title fights in New Zealand to be streamed live exclusive to Australia. Horn v Plotnikov is a well matched fight sure to be a cracker for all to see, it’s the semi-main before top ranked Heavyweights Joseph Parker v Bowie Tupou go toe to toe fighting to be heavyweight king brought to you by Duco Events & Epicentre.tv showing at 7pm.
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« Reply #273 on: August 02, 2015, 11:23:17 AM »

I see Horn won on points. Reading about it, looks like he was doing good until the fight was stopped in the seventh because of a cut above an eye.
Joseph Parker had a first round knockout. Reckon he may have the goods to go further.
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« Reply #274 on: August 05, 2015, 01:42:21 PM »

We have another skilled disciplined boxer in Horn representing Australia, he will be a pleasure to watch as he works his way to challenging the top welterweights .. the fight with Plontikov was an eye opener for him  8) Joseph is scheduled to defend his titles against Kali Meehan in Oct. Browne is boxing on Fenechs FTA August 14th a keep busy fight until his management can secure a worthy title fight.
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« Reply #275 on: August 14, 2015, 05:21:48 PM »

Jeff Fenech and Boxing Australia.

Channel Nine will host free to air boxing tonight at the Melbourne Pavilion featuring former IBO super featherweight champion Will Tomlinson and Heavyweight Lucas Browne. Fenech has once again put hard work back in to Boxing Australia working with influential people heavily involved in bringing the boxing community together.

Nine returned to broadcasting live January 31 on secondary channel GEM with a great reception, Nine boss David Gyngell, Jeff Fenech and Brian Amatruda have united to deliver more coverage of our international and domestic fights. A team effort granting skilled boxers the opportunity to show boxing fans in Australia the raw talent of our boxing community.

The undercard is equally matched by valued promoter and manager Brian Amatruda the main event will see Wild Will Tomlinson debut at Lightweight stepping up in weight after challenging super featherweight world contenders in the USA. Tomlinson is ready to take on a new division back in charge he is sure to deliver pounding rounds against experienced Adones Aquelo as he works his way to another shot at a world title.

Semi-main Lucas Browne takes on American challenger Julius Long known as the Towering Inferno the tallest opponent Browne has stepped into the ring against. Browne has been calming the beast within waiting for the looming mandatory world title fight with current WBA heavyweight title holder Ruslan Chagaev, if the Inferno is coming to win he better be on fire come fight night.
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« Reply #277 on: August 19, 2015, 09:23:01 AM »

Danny Green v Roberto Bolonti 19.8.15

Hisense Arena in Melbourne, Victoria will be center stage for Danny Green’s return to boxing after winning the IBO cruiserweight title at the arena November 2012 against tough heavyweight Shane Cameron. Originally scheduled to fight Slovakian cruiserweight Tamas Kovac 26.1.0 who suffered a neck injury during training forced Kovac to cancel last week, the call was made to world light heavyweight title contender Roberto Bolonti.

Green Machine Promotions has teamed up with Victorian boxing promotor and manager Peter Maniatis assisted by US matchmaker Don Majeski who seeked out Kovacs replacement confident Argentinian light heavyweight Roberto Bolonti.  Bolonti has thirty six wins from thirty nine fights recently winning the WBC Latino light heavyweight title considered a quality opponent for Green a nice welcome back to the unpredictable fight game all too familiar in the world of boxing.

Team Green are determined to keep boxing in Australia alive joining up with east coast promotions adding six worthy undercard fighters all valuing the PPV exposure sure to deliver an entertaining night for Boxing Australia. The question is … is Green’s return to the ring for the adrenalin and love of boxing or redeeming his loss over Mundine?

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« Reply #278 on: August 19, 2015, 11:27:44 PM »

Clmfortable win by Green ... Mundine again ....  :-\
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« Reply #279 on: September 07, 2015, 11:43:07 AM »

Got no idea? I contacted Angelo Hyder before the Bolonti fight to confirm some details as I do with all of my write ups never had a problem and everyone has been happy to help me out Hyder insisted he hasn't heard of KMA asking me to repeat who I write or 3 times  :-\ When asked who Greens next opponent would be he did mention they are only after the Mundine fight I asked if Green would be interested in taking on Lucian Bute he was a tad rude when asked and told me that Green will be fighting his brother Brendan next my reply was that wont get much PPV 'he hung up WT?

There is talk of Green taking another fight before Mundine next year.

Mundine v Texan Charles Hatley Nov 11 Melbourne.
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« Reply #280 on: September 11, 2015, 06:01:57 PM »

Shannon O’Connell v Sandy Tsaqouris 11.9.15

Australia No1 Super Bantamweight Shannon O’Connell 11.3.0 basks in a good challenge ready to soak up the atmosphere in Toronto Canada stepping into the ring against home favourite Featherweight Sandy Tsaqouris 12.2.0 tomorrow night at the Ricoh Colieseum a fight O’Connell will pride as another stepping stone on her mission towards winning a world title.

Turning professional in 2011 bursting on to the Australian female boxing scene O’Connell reach for the top working her way to the big fights going the distance with Korean WBA Featherweight champion Hyun Mi Choi in May 2013. Seeking out the best in her division of Australia landed her in the hot seat stepping up in weight fighting world ranked former WBC and IBA Super Featherweight champion Diana Prazak in 2014 suffering a fifth round knockout.

With eleven wins, six knockouts under her belt and ring experience fighting at the top there is no backing down for the feisty skilled female boxer from down under, her skills are a blessed trifecta combination starved of equal opportunity in the boxing world.  Eager to get in and fight the best has taken her to the shores of Toronto a crowd pleaser with aggressive work rate and a fistful of accurate powerful punches is sure to keep crowd favourite Tsaqouris on her toes and fans excited.



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« Reply #281 on: October 15, 2015, 06:23:39 PM »

* Boxing on Fox Sport tonight 6:30 Jeff Horn semi main event - Heavyweights Joseph Parker v Kali Meehan main event.

Jeff Horn v Alfredo Bianco 15.10.15

International welterweight champion Jeff Horn hits the ring tonight on Fox Sport confident of a KO against diligent Argentinian boxer Alfredo Bianco once again putting his titles on the line in Auckland, New Zealand. Duco Events speak of Horn with high regard keeping a watchful eye over him as he breaks his way on to the world’s welterweight scene ready to beat all who is put before him, ranked number seven WBO and IBF, WBA top thirteen Horn is keen to add some big names to his resume. Matchmaker Stuart Duncan is eager to catch up with eight division world champion Manny Pacquaio for talks about a potential fight with Horn when he visits Australia next month arriving in Melbourne November 16.

Horn has had a smashing year gaining respect as one of our future world title holders working his way to the top aiming high accepting his fate achieving great outcomes with no backing down. Horns boxing skills are crisp a natural flare delivering a spray of punishing shots pressuring his opponents into remission, two years in to his professional boxing career he’s had a healthy prosperous start undefeated in twelve fights with four International titles to his name and a great team in his corner. New blood is in the welterweight division with plenty of exciting match ups to be made a great welcome to Boxing Australia…
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« Reply #282 on: October 24, 2015, 07:19:39 PM »

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« Reply #283 on: November 12, 2015, 01:54:01 PM »

As the sun goes down at the Melbourne Convention Centre, Victoria the poppies and gloves go on… Australia Remembrance Day is a day honouring those that took up fight defending a nation full of pride and integrity gifting us the privilege to box on in the land of plenty, as the old diggers rest in peace and others gather in mate ship over the later years we as a community are granted freedom to embrace fighting as a team in a boxing ring many of us have come to love.

Hatton Promotions has teamed up with Brian Amatruda and Tony Mundine for the WBC Silver super welterweight title fight between Anthony Mundine 47.6.0 and Charles Hatley 25.1.1 on Main Event FOX TV tonight.  Mundine is ranked WBC top four holding the WBC Silver title putting him in a good position to fight higher ranked Canelo or Cotto but to get the opportunity to fight the world’s best he first needs to get a win over hungry US Texan Charles Hatley.

Big Time Boxing Blake Caparello 21.1.1 steps in the ring for a second time at super middleweight after a successful debut against Frenchman Affif Belghecham at the Melbourne Pavilion in June. Young gun Luke Sharp 13.2.3 is prepped for the opportunity to fight International title holder and Australia number one super middleweight champion Caparello, bringing his best from the West Coast of Australia and chasing a win in his quest to fight his way to the top in Boxing Australia.

Caparello is no stranger to the world of boxing he’s a cagey southpaw willing to take risks stepping up to the challenge of IBF WBO WBA Light Heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev in New Jersey last year. He’s sparred in USA with WBC champion Adonis Steveson and other top ranked boxers gaining imperative experience along the way. Team Caparello made the choice to drop down in weight chasing more competitive fights opening doors for Caparello to put his experience and skills to the test hunting down another shot at world title. 
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« Reply #284 on: November 14, 2015, 05:45:25 AM »

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