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Former WBA super welterweight champion Miguel Cotto, disputes the decision of his fight with Mayweather and via his Twitter account, from Puerto Rico, were he returned after his fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. He tweeted “I feel great,” just resting in my SkyLoft with my family. Nothing to be down about. I respect the judges dec. but I completely disagree.”
Meanwhile, Cotto’s legal advisor Gabriel Peñagarícano confirmed to El Nuevo Dia that Cotto thinks he won the fight and his silence was a kind of protest against the decision rendered by the judges. “He made a great fight. It was a close fight that I think that he won and there is a discomfort and disagreement with the decision of the judges, but it must be respected. The decision did not reflect what happened there. The whole world saw it and the boxing world is talking about and knows what happened there….the way that the judges saw the fight is an insult to the reality of what happened there.”
Below The CompuBox PunchStat Report
CompuBox PunchStat Report
Floyd Mayweather W 12 Miguel Cotto
05/05/2012 Las Vegas
Mayweather outlanded the determined Cotto 29-11 in the last two rounds. It wasn’t easy for Mayweather though, he landed just 26% of his total punches after landing 46% in his previous nine fights.
Total Punches Landed / Thrown
Jabs Landed / Thrown
Power Punches Landed / Thrown
Final PunchStat Report
|Total Punches||Jabs||Power Punches|
|Mayweather||179 / 687||51 / 305||128 / 382|
|Cotto||105 / 506||30 / 177||75 / 329|
All Star Boxing, Inc, Promoter Tuto Zabala, Jr. and Telemundo Network will return with their successful series “Boxeo TELEMUNDO” to the Kissimmee Civic Center on April 13. In the main event former WBO #12 contender and Latin Champion Jose “Miau” Nieves (19-2-3-8 KO’s) of Carolina, Puerto Rico will defend his Jr. Featherweight title against WBC Mundo Hispano Champion Alejandro “Pique” Delgado (15-6-7 KO’s) of Cuidad Neza, Mexico in another classic matchup between Puerto Rico and Mexico scheduled for 12 Rounds.
“This will be a very good fight, Nieves is coming from two great wins in the 2011 series and Delgado fighting at a higher weight class was beating Orlando Cruz before getting stopped in the 11th round of a great fight, fighters from Puerto Rico and Mexico always bring their best ” said Zabala, Jr. First bell at 8:30 PM, 6 mores fights round up the card. Telemundo Network available in HD will televise the main event at 11:35 PM EST live. Tickets are already on sale at Kissimmee Civic Center 201 E. Dakin Ave, Downtown Kissimmee, FL or by calling 407-935-1412.
Boxing Title Fights Schedule – Weekend 28 to 30 October – In: Australia, France, Guyana, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, South, Korea, Tanzania, United States
All information provided could be incomplete and subject to change
- Friday 28 October – PalaRockfeller, Cagliari, Sardegna, Italy
Commission: Federazione Pugilistica Italiana
X12 flyweight – Moruti Mthalane vs Andrea Sarritzu - IBF flyweight title
10×2 super flyweight – Simona Galassi vs Nadege Szikora - Vacant IBF female super flyweight title
- Friday 28 October – Centro de Convenciones, Guayama, Puerto Rico
Commission: Puerto Rico Boxing Commission
X10 lightweight – Fernando Torres vs Abner Cotto - Vacant Puerto Rican lightweight title
- Friday 28 October – Sherwood Inn, Salinas, California, United States
Commission: California State Athletic Commission – Television: United States TeleFutura
X10 super featherweight – Eloy Perez vs Ira Terry – WBO NABO super featherweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Hervey Bay PCYC, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
Commission: Australian National Boxing Federation Queensland
X8 light welterweight – Todd Kidd vs Mick Shaw – Australia - Queensland State light welterweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Salle Cosec, Les Mureaux, Yvelines, France
X10 super bantamweight – Ali Hallab vs Bastien Rozeaux - France super bantamweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Thirst Park, Ruimveldt, Guyana
Commission: Guyana Boxing Board Of Control
X12 middleweight – Howard Eastman vs Edmund DeClou - Vacant Guyanese middleweight title
10×2 heavyweight – Gwendolyn O’Neil vs Pauline London - Vacant WIBA Women’s International Boxing Association heavyweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Palenque de la Feria, Colima, Colima, Mexico
Promoter: Hector Garcia (HG Boxing) – Television: Mexico Televisa
10×2 flyweight – Arely Mucino vs Ava Knight - IBF female flyweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Centro de Usos Multiples, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Promoter: Fernando Beltran (Promociones Zanfer) – Television: Mexico Azteca
X12 flyweight – Hernan Marquez vs Luis Concepcion - WBA World flyweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Deportivo del Sindicato del Metro , Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Promoter: Fausto Daniel Garcia (Boxeo de Gala) – Television: Mexico Cadena 3
X12 featherweight – Salvador Sanchez vs Jovanny Soto - WBC Caribbean Boxing Federation (CABOFE) featherweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Puerto Princesa Coliseum , Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines
Commission: Philippine Games & Amusements Board
X12 bantamweight – Dado Cabintoy vs Hiroki Shiino - Vacant WBC International bantamweight title
X10 super bantamweight – Jaderes Padua vs Manopnoi Singmanasak - Interim WBC Youth Intercontinental super bantamweight title
X10 light flyweight – Renan Trongco vs Sirisak Sitjarem - Vacant WBC Youth Intercontinental light flyweight title
X10 flyweight – Cris Paulino vs Danai Meendaeng - Vacant WBC Youth Intercontinental flyweight title
X10 super flyweight – Gabriel Altarejos vs Gawna Sorsirisak - Interim WBC Youth Intercontinental super flyweight title
X10 bantamweight – Vergel Nebran vs Petchunan Sithpandean - Interim WBC Youth Intercontinental bantamweight title
X10 super featherweight vs Jose Maxian vs Thepsamuthr Duanaay-Mukdahan - Interim WBC Youth Intercontinental super featherweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Coliseo Mario ‘Quijote’ Morales, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Commission: Puerto Rico Boxing Commission – Television: United States Direct TV
X10 super bantamweight – Wilfredo Vazquez Jr vs Roberto Carlos Leyva - Vacant WBO Inter-Continental super bantamweight title
X12 minimumweight – Ivan Calderon vs Felipe Rivas - Vacant WBO Latino minimumweight title
X10 light middleweight – Jorge Melendez vs Eric Mitchell - Vacant WBO Latino light middleweight title
X0 light welterweight – Javier Castro vs Javier Monserrate - Interim WBO Latino light welterweight title
10×2 light flyweight – Yesica Yolanda Bopp vs Suzannah Warner - WBO female light flyweight title
- Saturday 29 October – Las Trancas Hall, Maywood, California, United States
Commission: California State Athletic Commission
X10 lightweight – Pipino Cuevas Jr vs Andrey Klimov - Vacant WBC USNBC lightweight title
- Sunday 30 October – Chuncheon Highschool, Chuncheon, South Korea
Commission: Korea Boxing Commission
X10 flyweight – Joo-Hyun Jung vs Hak-Sun Choi - Vacant Korean flyweight title
- Sunday 30 October – Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania
Commission: Pugilistic Syndicate of Tanzania
X10 flyweight – Juma Fundi vs Fadhili Majia - Vacant Tanzania, Pugilistic Syndicate of flyweight title
Sampson Boxing LLC makes their promotional debut on Sunday November 20, 2011 at the TEXAS Station Gambling Hall & Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sampson Boxing presents a LIVE BOXING event as part of the proceeds will be donated to the Las Vegas Rescue Mission & Shelter of Hope as a gesture of warmth to the hungry, homeless & those in need.
The Main Event is scheduled for 10 rounds, for the IBF Female, Super Bantamweight title. Puerto Rico’s (via Hollywood, FL.) IBF Champion, Ada Velez (19-3-3, 6 K.O.’s) vs. the pride of Las Vegas, Melinda “La Maravilla” Cooper (21-1, 11 K.O.’s).
An 8 round Heavyweight division extravaganza, featuring the son of Russia, “Mago” Magomed Abdusalamov (10-0, 10 K.O.’s) vs. Rich “Super” Power (15-1, 11 K.O.’s).
An IBF Female, Featherweight title bout scheduled for 10 rounds. The champion from Miami, FL., Stacey “Stay Lo” Rielle (10-3, 4 K.O.’s) vs. the Dominican Republic’s (Santo Domingo) Dahiana Santana (27-6, 12 K.O.’s).
In the Welterweight division, a 6 round bout; from Santa Marta Panama, Azael “Turbo” Cosio (11-1-2, 8 K.O.’s).
In the Super Middleweight division, a 6 round bout; from Bogota Colombia, Alexander Brand (14-0, 13 K.O.’s).
In addition, Tatina Anderson and Irma Garcia Nunez, the winner of the WBC reality show “Reto de Campeones”.
A guest of honor appearance by WBC Diamond, Middleweight title holder, Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez will be on present two hours before the fights for fan pictures, signing autographs and in support of the Las Vegas Rescue Mission & Shelter.
Tickets will be available at www.texasstation.com, Station Casino Box Offices, every Mariana’s Supermarkets and Moda Latina stores as of October 24, 2011. TEXAS Station Gambling Hall & Hotel: 2101 Texas Star Ln., North Las Vegas. Doors open at 2:30 pm and the fights will commence at 3:00 pm. Ticket prices are: $25.00 for General Admission and $75.00 for Ringside. The event will be televised LIVE by: MAPI T.V., Supercanal, Dominican View, Tele-El Salvador, TDS, Comcast, Cable-vision, RCN, Time Warner,Verizon and Fios. Viewing countries: The United States (Dallas, Tampa, Baltimore, Washington, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles, Ft. Wayne, Richmond, Norfolk, Pittsburgh, Providence, Buffalo, Harrisburg and Syracuse), Mexico, the Carribean, Central, South America and Russia.
Friday Night – 15th July, 2011 – Boxing Results from: Argentina, Australia, Germany, Puerto Rico, United States
- Friday 15 July – Salon Tattersall, San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super flyweight – Carolina Raquel Duer def Fleis Djendji by TKO 1 / 10 – Time: 1:55 – WBO female super flyweight title
Lightweight – Vicente Martin Rodriguez def Mario Julio Ruben Martinez – UD 8 / 8
- Friday 15 July – Club Social y Deportivo Nahuel, Florencio Varela, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super featherweight – Fernando David Saucedo def Carlos Ricardo Rodriguez on UD 12 /12 – Vacant IBF Latino super featherweight title
- Friday 15 July – Orion Function Centre, Campsie, New South Wales, Australia
Super middleweight – Nader Hamdan def Daniel Pawsey on UD 12 / 12 – WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight title
Former world ranked middleweight Nader “Lionheart” Hamdan (42-9-1, 18 KOs) outscored WBO #10 super middleweight Daniel “Condo Crusher” Pawsey (13-4, 8 KOs) in a crowd pleasing contest over twelve rounds in a nationally televised promotion. Hamdan was aggressive and effective with head and body shots in the early rounds but Pawsey picked up the pace midway into the contest and managed to land a massive right to Hamdan’s head in the sixth. The fight was a see-saw till round twelve which had both boxers exchanging blows toe to toe. Scores were Ray Reed 118-110; Bernie McMahon 115-113; Gary Dean 119-112.
- Friday 15 July – EWS Arena, Goeppingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Cruiserweight – Firat Arslan def Lubos Suda by TKO 5 / 12 – Time: 2:41 – Vacant PABA cruiserweight title (supervisor: Alan Kim) – Vacant IBF International cruiserweight title (supervisor: Roberto Rea)
Super middleweight – Nikola Sjekloca def Khoren Gevor on UD 12 / 12 – WBC International super middleweight title (supervisor: Mauro Betti)
Heavyweight – Erkan Teper def Jakov Gospic by KO 9 / 12 – Time: 2:59 – Vacant WBC Mediterranean heavyweight title (supervisor: Houcine Houichi)
Light flyweight – Oezlem Sahin def Corina Carlescu by UD 10 / 10 – Interim WIBF Women’s International Boxing Federation light flyweight title (supervisor: Juergen Lutz)
The main event at the EWS Arena in Goeppingen, Germany, saw former cruiserweight world champion Firat Arslan capturing the IBF International and PABA belts against an outmatched Lubos Suda. The aggressive Arslan put the pressure on his opponent from the start and connected with good shots on the inside. Suda, who defeated the former champ eight years ago, was never able to fight Arslan off. Arslan floored Suda twice in both the fourth and the fifth with body shots, forcing the referee to stop the bout. With this victory, Arslan moves to 31-5-1 with 20 knockouts.
- Friday 15 July – Coliseo Cosme Beitia Salamo, Catano, Puerto Rico
Super bantamweight – Jayson Velez def Carlos Valcarcel on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant WBO Latino super bantamweight title – Vacant WBC FECARBOX super bantamweight title
Unbeaten WBC #10 super bantamweight Jayson “La Maravilla” Vélez (16-0, 12 KOs) scored a hard fought ten round unanimous decision over Carlos Valcarcel (12-3-4, 5 KOs). Scores were 95-93, 95-93, 96-94 for Vélez, who was stronger in the later rounds.
- Friday 15 July – The Club Chicago, Burbank, Illinois, United States
Welterweight – Lanardo Tyner def Vivian Harris on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant United States Boxing Organisation welterweight title
Light welterweight – Albert Mensah def Andre Gorges on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant IBF International light welterweight title
Welterweight Lanardo “The Pain Server” Tyner improved to (25-4-2, 15 KOs) by defeating former world champion “Vicious” Vivian Harris (29-7-1 19 KOs) via unanimous decision thus capturing the vacant USBO welterweight title. The official judge’s scorecards read 97-93, 97-93 and 96-94 all in favor for Tyner.
In the co-feature, current WBA Pan African & ABU light welterweight champion Albert “Tornado” Mensah improved his record to 23-3-1, 10 KOs, by winning a unanimous decision over “Gorgeous” Andre Gorges (11-2, 6 KOs). Mensah captured the IBF International jr welterweight title.
- Friday 15 July – Texas Station Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Super featherweight – Diego Magdaleno def Alejandro Perez on UD 10 / 10 – NABF super featherweight title (supervisor: Joe Dwyer)
Super featherweight – Casey Ramos def Georgi Kevlishvili on SD 8 / 8
Unbeaten NABF super featherweight championship Diego Magdaleno (20-0, 7 KOs) defeated Alejandro Perez (15-3-1, 10 KOs) vis a ten round unanimous decision. Perez dropped Magdaleno with a right hand in round one, but was deducted a point for a low blow in round two. Magdaleno took control after that and went on to win by scores of 98-90, 99-90, 98-91.
- Friday 15 July – Roseland Ballroom, New York, New York, United States
Light middleweight – Pawel Wolak drew with Delvin Rodriguez on MD 10 / 10
Welterweight – Raymond Serrano def Daniel Sostre on UD 8 / 8
In a good action jr. middleweight showdown, WBO #3/WBA #6/IBF #8 Pawel “Raging Bull” Wolak (29-1-1, 19 KOs) and Delvin Rodriguez (25-5-3, 14 KOs) wasted no time in getting things going as Wolak came out pressuring Rodriguez from the opening bell,. Rodriguez kept calm under the pressure, and boxed beautiful from the outside, landing hard three and four punch combinations behind a stiff jab, and devastating lead right uppercut. A swelling above Wolak’s right eye did not disrupt his relentless pressure, however the counter-punching Rodriguez’ landed the cleaner shots. Scores were 97-93, 95-95, 95-95. It was Devlin’s first fight at 154lbs. – The undefeated welterweight Raymond “Tito” Serrano (16-0, 8 KOs) outpointed Daniel “The Hudson Valley Kid” Sostre (11-3-1, 4 KOs) over eight rounds by scores of 78-74, 78-74, 77-75.
- Friday 15 July – Crowne Plaza, Albany, New York, United States
Middleweight – Markus Williams lost to Jose Medina on UD 8 / 8
Light middleweight – Stephen Scott def Joseph Crosby on MD 8 / 8 – Vacant USA New York State light middleweight title