FNF results: Grzegorz Proksa vs. Sergio Mora

Tonight on Friday Night Fights from the Veteran's Coliseum in Jacksonville, Florida, a high quality main event came our direction featuring middleweights at a major crossroads, with Grzegorz Proksa vs. Sergio Mora. Which of these guys, if either one, will be able to claw his way back into fringe contention? Take a look at the Proksa vs. Mora results from Friday Night Fights....
Via Pro Boxing Fans
June 28, 2013  |  Discuss

TD Garden Night at the Fights Answers Old Questions About Boxing’s Future in Boston, Poses New Ones

In boxing terms, five years is a lifetime. Fighters can make, break, re-make and re-break careers in that span of time. Fans can just as easily fall in and out of love with the sport in half of a decade. On Saturday night, boxing returned to the TD Garden for the first time since 2007. If those in attendance — promoters, fighters and boxing fans — have their way, the Garden...
January 27, 2013  |  Discuss

TD Garden Night at the Fights Live: Danny O’Connor and Derek Silveira Square Off As Boxing Claims Local Limelight

5 p.m. ET: Danny O’Connor is a man on a mission. He wants boxing to enjoy the popularity it once did, and he has set out to make it happen in his hometown. On Saturday night, he’ll get a big chance to make a mark on the local sports scene by doing what he does best at the TD Garden. The Framingham, Mass. native will showcase his skills at the region’s premier indoor venue....
January 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Danny O’ Connor headlines at TD Garden on Dec 14

On Friday, December 14, 2012 at 'TD Garden Night at the Fights' a headline fight featuring Danny O'Connor vs. Derek Silveira in a 10-round catch weight match of 145 pounds will take center stage. Also featured will be undefeated junior lightweight Ryan Kielczewski of Quincy and Portland-trained middleweight Russell Lamour. Framingham's light welterweight Danny '...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
November 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Random Classics: Mark Breland Vs. Aaron Davis

There existed a time, not so long ago, when amateur boxing amounted to much more than an unsatisfying hors d'oeuvre to the main course of the professional ranks. It's not that amateur pugilism cannot be entertaining and fun to watch, but the current system almost seems to actually discourage action fights with quick stoppages and point per punch regulations. This current...
Via The Queensbury Rules
May 18, 2012  |  Discuss
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