Brian Viloria workout photos from the Wild Card

Three-time world champion Brian "Hawaiian Punch" Viloria held a media work out for his upcoming 10-round feature fight against Jose Alfredo Zuniga of Mexico at the Wild Card Boxing Club. Right here, you can check out the photos from the Viloria workout session, with Freddie Roach putting his charge through the motions in advance of Viloria's July 19th fight. ...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Guillermo Rigondeaux, Brian Viloria & Zou Shiming fight in Macau on July 19

Zou Shiming and Guillermo Rigondeaux will headline Champions of Gold –  boxing’s return to The The Venetian Macao's Cotai Arena. Rigondeaux will be defending his titles against top-five contender and two-time world title challenger Sod Looknongyantoy of Thailand. The undercard will feature former three-time world champion Brian Viloria, undefeated Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramire...
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May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Ivan Redkach ready for US TV debut as he follows American dream

Undefeated Ukrainian lightweight prospect Ivan "The Terrible" Redkach (15-0, 13 KOs) will continue to follow his American dream on January 17, in Memphis as he makes his U.S. network debut in the 10-round main event against Canadian Tony "The Lightning" Luis (17-1-1, 7 KOs) on ShoBox: The New Generation. Redkach, who lives in Los Angeles, gained invaluable experience...
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December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Why the flyweight division is boxing’s best

Defending the flyweight division as the best weight class in boxing today The lowest weight-classes in boxing do not always get their fair shake when it comes to mainstream attention, and I feel the flyweight division suffers from this today. Some excellent fighters have assumed their place in the flyweight division throughout history. Most recently a man by the name of Manny Pacquiao...
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November 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Weekend Afterthoughts On Magomed Abdusalamov's Condition, Gennady Golovkin's Future, Giovani ...

The little boxers of the sport around 108 and 112 are on a superb run of fights the last year or two.  Brian Viloria over Giovani Segura and Hernan Marquez; Roman Gonzalez over Juan Francisco Estrada; Estrada over Viloria; Segura over Marquez; and who knows where it ends? Segura-Marquez was a typically high-level slugfest with a dramatic conclusion, thanks to a brutal Segura 12th...
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November 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Segura KO12 Marquez: Full results from thrilling Hernan Marquez-Giovani Segura showdown

Giovani Segura hunts down Hernan Marquez in a war: It may sound cliche, but although Giovani Segura and Hernan Marquez are small in stature, their hearts are gargantuan. Their fiercely savage war on Saturday night in Hermosillo, Mexico can attest to such a statement. For almost twelve full rounds neither man willingly took a back step as they both strived to demonstrate their will...
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November 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Hernan Marquez vs. Giovani Segura preview & prediction

Amidst the spectre of Gennady Golovkin’s latest ring outing this Saturday night, an all-Mexican southpaw shootout appears to have been forgotten. In the quiet shadows of the mainstream media, flyweights Hernan Marquez and Giovani Segura have been preparing for what appears to be a cross-roads fight in their respective careers. In case you have been oblivious to this fight, the...
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Fight predictions for Fists of Gold II in Macau: Estrada-Melindo, Gradovich-Munoz, Ruiz-Hanks

Fight Predictions for the July 27 Macau Card Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Milan Melindo, WBA/WBO Flyweight Title Evgeny Gradovich vs. Mauricio Munoz, IBF Featherweight Title Andy Ruiz, Jr. vs. Joe Hanks, 10 round heavyweight Bout Date: July 27, 2012 Site: Venetian Hotel, Macau, China TV: HBO Boxing Juan Francisco Estrada, 24-2 (19 KOs) vs. Milan Melindo, 29-0 (12 KOs) In his last...
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July 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Macau results & photos: Roman Martinez wins, Brian Viloria upset, Shiming Zou debuts successfully

The Fists of Gold card in Macau was reportedly seen by up to 200 million people in China. Here in the United States, fight fans could have checked out the card live on Saturday afternoon on HBO2. But if you missed it, then you can check out our recap of the event right here, including all three televised fights -- Roman Martinez defended his title, Brian Viloria suffered another...
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April 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Brian Viloria Upset By Juan Francisco Estrada, Zou Shiming Wins Pro Debut On Historic China Show

(Zou Shiming; photo credit: Chris Farina, Top Rank) What might have been the biggest viewing audience for a live boxing match in human history got itself a good show Saturday, then it watched a win for its national hero. From the standpoint of action in the ring, the most significant outcome on the Macau, China card that aired Saturday on HBO2 was flyweight Brian Viloria...
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April 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Weights from Macau: Martinez-Magdaleno, Viloria-Estrada, Shiming

It is T-Minus one day and counting until world championship boxing premieres in Macau and the Shiming Dynasty begins! Olympic athletic hero Zou Shiming, will make his professional debut headlining Zou Shiming: “Fists of Gold” – an eight-bout card featuring two world championship rumbles. Right here, check out the weigh-in results and photos for the card, which also features...
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April 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Zou Shiming, Brian Viloria, Martinez-Magdaleno: Arrivals in Macau, workouts & presser photos, quotes and more

It is T-Minus two days and counting until world championship boxing premieres in Macau and the Shiming Dynasty begins! P.T. Barnum, Florenz Ziegfeld and Cecil B. DeMille combined could not create the excitement and anticipation that is rocking this Asian region as it prepares for its Olympic athletic hero Zou Shimingto make his professional debut. Right here, you can find a huge...
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April 04, 2013  |  Discuss

The Week’s Boxing Schedule, Featuring Zou Shiming, Brian Viloria And Thomas Dulorme

It might be late – but that, my friends, is the greatest Easter cartoon known to man. Take a moment to savour it, along with the amazing weekend of boxing we just had. If you missed that amazing weekend, then my main men Tim Starks, Patrick Connor and Andrew Harrison have you covered. This weekend is also a bit of a big one, if you’re into the lower weight classes. There’s...
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April 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Macau preview: Viloria vs. Estrada & Martinez vs. Magdaleno

Fight Picks & Previews: Brian Viloria vs. Juan Francisco Estrada and Roman Martinez vs. Diego Magdaleno On April 6, boxing heads to Macau, and while Chinese Olympic hero Zou Shiming maintains headliner status in his own neck of the woods, the real attractions for fight fans stateside are the two championship bouts on the undercard. At Flyweight, Brian Viloria looks to defend...
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March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Zou Shiming headlines in Macau April 6th, Brian Viloria & Roman Martinez also in action

The Year of the Snake will also be known as the beginning of the era of Zou Shiming. The two-time Olympic gold medal winner and three-time World Amateur Champion will make his professional debut, headlining a brilliant boxing card, Saturday, April 6, at the CotaiArena, The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel. Presented by Top Rank and Sands China Ltd., tickets to Zou Shiming "Fists...
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February 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Wealth TV enjoys knockout first year of boxing; big bouts planned for 2013

WealthTV’s live boxing programming efforts for 2012 have been recognized by the Boxing Writers Association of America, BWAA, and by ESPN’s Dan Rafael, arguably the leading authority on boxing.  The BWAA recently nominated six fights for Fight of the Year candidates.  Two of the six fights were featured live on WealthTV, namely Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria v. Hernan...
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January 02, 2013  |  Discuss

2012 Least Respected Boxer Award

Who's the Least Respected Fighter in Boxing? So how do boxers qualify for the least respected category?  There are several factors that can be taken into consideration.  A talented boxer may lose respect if they fight in an unpopular weight class.  Or the weight class they fight in may be void of talent. Sometimes the style of a boxer is not particularly pleasing and therefore...
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December 22, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 Boxing Round Of The Year Nominees

Welcome to The Queensberry Rules' annual year-end awards, continuing throughout the week. Here's how we do it around these parts: The major categories are Knockout of the Year, Round of the Year, Fight of the Year and Fighter of the Year. The final leg is a pu-pu platter of awards ranging from Trainer of the Year to more frivolous topics. For each category, I give...
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December 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Weekend Afterthoughts On Adrien Broner As Boxing's Future, Brian Viloria Vs. Roman Gonzalez And More

Every weekend lately, it's Fight of the Year candidates and Round of the Year candidates and Knockout of the Year candidates. That particular KO of the Year candidate was a bit on the sickening side, because it was touch and go at the time whether Juan Garcia would get back up from that big blow from lightweight prospect Angelo Santana. He did, and Santana is now one of the bright...
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November 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Rankings update: Broner vs. DeMarco, Mitchell vs. Banks, Mares vs. Moreno, Viloria vs. Marquez

It's been another busy weekend for boxing, and it's time that we pay a visit to the top 10 divisional rankings for a number of different weight classes. We've seen Adrien Broner dominate Antonio DeMarco, Brian Viloria assert his status with a win over Hernan Marquez, and Seth Mitchell get unseated by Johnathon Banks... and that was all this weekend. Looking back, we&...
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November 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Viloria beat Marquez, unifies flyweight titles

Brian Viloria stopped Mexico's Hernan Marquez in the 10th round to add the WBA flyweight world title to his WBO belt Saturday at Sports Arena. Viloria (32-3, 19 KO) was dominant throughout sending Marquez to the canvas twice, before a left hook in the tenth floored Marquez again and drew the towel from the Mexican's corner with the referee stopping the bout at 1:01 of the...
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November 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Brian Viloria Brutalizes Hernan Marquez, Roman Gonzalez Wins In A War

It's true. The Brian Viloria vs. Hernan Marquez card on WealthTV just didn't get the same type of pre-fight hype and attention as other cards that happened this weekend. And perhaps it made sense, as the other guys were heavier, have more popular names and sell more tickets. But some of us knew. Others as well.    In what may wind up being the very best top...
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November 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Brian Viloria defends WBO flyweight title and retains WBA flyweight title against Hernan Marquez

In what might be a candidate for fight of the year, the clash between Hawaiian Brian the “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria (32-3, 19KO’s) and Hernan Marquez (34-3,25KO’s) is a fight that most were glad to see. Not much defense, but punches flying and fighters giving everything they had in every round of the fight. Viloria was defending his WBO featherweight title for the third time...
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November 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Brian Viloria Vs. Hernan Marquez Almost 50 Years In The Making

Exactly how greatness is quantified in boxing today is at times difficult to define. Absent a system where the best are forced to fight the best, and often, we often find ourselves gawking at athleticism in place of actual boxing skills, and mistaking strategic matchmaking for more significant accomplishments. On paper, lists of quintuple and sextuple champions would seem to...
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November 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Viloria defeats Romero via 9th round TKO

Viloria vs. Romero III Results Brian Viloria finally got the edge over Omar Nino Romero, defeating him via 9th round TKO to retain his WBO flyweight title. Romero's corner halted the action in the 9th stanza as Viloria pummeled him along the ropes. With the win, Viloria was able to erase their previous two encounters, in which Romero first defeated him via Unanimous Decision...
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May 13, 2012  |  Discuss
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