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January 13, 2015

 

 

Original Article: The Sweet Science

By David Avila

January 20, 2015

Russian lightweight Ivan Redkach (18-0, 14 KOs) found Yabudu Amidu (19-6-2, 17 KOs) may not have the flashy name of other contenders, but he was a stiff challenge.

Redkach has a knack for finding the mark for his southpaw punches and hit Amidu early in the fight.

Redkach was busier and more accurate than Amidu in the first three rounds.  Then the African boxer who fights out of L.A. found the range.  Amidu began targeting the body and found success as it began opening up more options.  Redkach continued firing back and was hit low twice in the fifth round.  Referee Ray Corona deducted a point from Amidu for the repeat infraction.

Amidu came out firing in the sixth round and ran into a left cross that delivered him to the deck.  He got up and was met with an onslaught of blows from the lefty Redkach, who caught Amidu with a right cross.  Down went Amidu, hard. A very slow count by the referee allowed the African to beat the count.  Slowly he got up and survived the rest of the round.  While sitting in his stool the fight was stopped at the end of round six.

December 19, 2014

By Steve Kim

Original Article: UCN Live

December 19, 2014

 

When you ask junior middleweight hopeful Julian “J Rock” Williams who he believes the three best 154-pounders are on the planet, he doesn’t take long to answer.

 “Definitely ‘Canelo’ [Saul Alvarez]. He’s really fighting; he lining ‘em up right now. You gotta respect that. I think [Erislandy] Lara’s good and, believe it or not, Vanes [Martirosyan],” said Williams from the Undisputed Gym in San Carlos, California on the afternoon of Dec. 4.

 This Saturday night on Showtime Extreme, Williams takes on Jamar Freeman (a late replacement for Edgar Ortega) from the Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington in a ten-rounder. For Williams, it will be his last developmental fight before ascending to the world-class level.

 “I feel as though it is; I mean, how many more Edgar Ortegas can I fight?” asked the soft-spoken Williams, 17-0-1 (10). “I think a prospect stays at the same level too long; he’ll get stale and I don’t want to keep fighting the same level of competition for too much of a long time. I want to step up eventually.”

 So what will his 2015 itinerary look like?

 

October 13, 2014

By Chris Robinson
Hustle Boss
October 12, 2014

Courtesy of our friend and fighter Bilal Mahasin, we’ve been informed that Bay Area favorite Casey Morton has scored a successful victory in his profesional debut.

“Congrats to Casey Morton on her impressive pro debut victory! It should’ve been a tko! The bloodiest fight of the night! My God!” Mahasin stated, posting of photo of himself with the former amateur standout.

We first crossed paths with Morton at the PAL tournament last year in Oxnard, through Steven Foster and his father, and she is one of the most positive people you will find in the sport.

Read the full article here

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