El periodista panameño Ricardo Archibold
concluyó su participación en los Juegos de Asociación Internacional de
Periodistas Deportivos América (AIPS), que se realizarán hasta este
viernes 24 de mayo, en Medellín, Colombia.
Froch sees Mikkel Kessler rematch as a "50-50" fight
(by Courtesy of Terence Dooley | Boxingscene.com - May 21, 2013 - 7:34:38 AM)
Carl Froch ended today's open workout at
Nottingham city's Old Market Square by telling his hometown fans that
this Saturday's rematch with Mikkel Kessler will be a keenly waged war
of attrition that could be decided by the championship rounds. Froch
meets Kessler at London's O2 Arena on Saturday night in a fight that
will be show live on Sky Box Office.
Jones wins war against Lebedev; Povetkin destroys Wawrzyk; Grady Brewer demolished
(by Fightnews.com - May 17, 2013 - 1:54:03 PM)
Photo Associated Press
sure fight of the year candidate, WBA champion in recess Guillermo
Jones (39-3-2, 31 KOs) scored an upset eleventh round TKO over a very
game WBA cruiserweight champion Denis Lebedev (25-2, 19 KOs) on Friday
night at the Crocus City Hall in Moscow, Russia. The 41-year-old Jones
had a good first round cutting Lebedev was cut over the right eye.
Lebedev came out very aggressive in round two, but Jones did his share
of damage too. Same scenario in round three. Lebedev’s eye was swollen
shut. Jones took more big shots in round four, but worked over Lebedev
in round five. Lebedev came back strong in the sixth round and punished
Jones in the seventh. Lebedev dominated round eight, but Jones found his
second wind in round nine targeting Lebedev’s eye. Lebedev’s face was
swollen grotesquely after round ten. Lebedev, fighting virtually blind,
finally went down in round eleven. Jones wins by KO. Jones’ promoter Don
King, written off by some a few months ago, is back in the game with a
new world champion.