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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs John Duddy fight is on July 26, 2010 (Live boxing fight match Stream Online )

Tonight's Top Rank pay-per-view main event between Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and John Duddy is one of those fights that you absolutely have to be a boxing fanatic to care much about at all, or, if not a boxing fanatic, a diehard Mexican boxing fan, or a diehard Irish or Irish-American boxing fan

Four-time winner of the “Trainer of the Year” award Freddie Roach predicts that if the “Son of the Legend” Julio Cesar Chavez Jr follows his instructions by working effectively behind his jab then he could knock Irishman John Duddy out in ten or eleven rounds.

Chavez has been training under Roach at his Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles and has impressed both Roach and conditioning expert Alex Ariza with his dedication and hard work and his ability to take in all that Roach has taught him.

Chavez's father is, you can say, the most famous and most revered Mexican fighter of all-time. Chavez (40-0-1, 30 KO) undefeated record will be tested against Duddy (29-1, 18 KO)

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Miguel Cotto TKO's Yuri Foreman In 9th-Round

source: Mark Vester |

At New York's Yankee Stadium, Miguel Cotto (35-2, 28KOs) stopped previously undefeated Yuri Foreman (28-1, 8KOs) to capture the WBA junior middleweight title. Cotto becomes a three division champion.

Cotto put on the pressure in the first round with his left jab and hard shots. Foreman came out more active in the second round and was using his jab. They traded combinations in the final minute. Cotto shook Foreman with a good right. They were trading some hard hooks at the start of the third. Foreman landed a few good punches, and Cotto threw some of his own in the final twenty seconds.

In the fourth, Foreman landed three hard shots that caught Cotto's attention. A hard right at the start of the second minute landed again. Cotto used the jab to set up a right hand. They traded in the final minute. Foreman's nose began to bleed at the end of the round. At the start of the fifth they began to trade. They traded hard left hooks. The tough pace continued in the final minute. The sixth saw Cotto use movement and quick punching to oubox Foreman.

During the seventh, Foreman fell from what appeared to be a slip when he planted his foot and hurt his knee. He was given time and made a decision to continue. Cotto went for the kill and Foreman fell again from a slip, hurting the knee. He was given more time and Cotto jumped on him and began to dish out some punishment. Foreman took the punishment, unable to really move away and began to fight back. During the eight round, Foreman's corner threw in the towel to stop the fight but Foreman did not want to stop the fight and the referee threw everyone out of the ring and restarted the fight.

After the eight round was over, announcer Michael Buffer told the crowd that someone outside of Foreman's corner threw in the towel. During the ninth, Cotto landed the left hook to the body, Foreman went down and the ref jumped in to stop it.

Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Round by Round - Cotto vs. Foreman

ROUND 1 - Foreman landed first his jab, and countered a left-hook attempt by Cotto with his own right. The crowd chants "Cotto," who is in pursuit wearing white gloves to Foreman's black ones. Cotto delivers a nice right and jabs twice to knock Foreman off balance. Gotto lands a right- left. Foreman maintains his distance. Cotto goes to the body. Cotto up-jabs to the head. They clash heads during a clinch, although neither complains. Cotto jabs three times effectively.

ROUND 2 - Foreman attempts an uppercut with the left, followed by a missed right hand. Cotto hooks to the body twice. Foreman digs to the body with a right. Cotto drives a right to the body. They trade jabs, with Cotto's forcing Foreman backward. Cotto jabs twice with lefts that followed a lead left. Cotto shakes Foreman with a lead right, and ends the round with two more left hands.

ROUND 3 - Cotto's effective boxing has won the first two rounds. They trade left hooks. Cotto's was harder. Foreman stands his ground in the center of the ring. Cotto reaches him with a lead right, and is blocking Foreman's jab. A left-hook lands for Cotto. Foreman jabs and lands a follow up right hand. Cottos' defense is tight, hands held high. Foreman lands a left, but takes a left-right combintion. A break is taken to replace Foreman's mouthpiece. Cotto jabs his way in. Foreman leaps in and lands a nice left hook.

ROUND 4 - Foreman lands a hard right cross and tries to follow up. Cotto comes to the body and head. Foreman's jab reaches and he follows with a right and a left. Cotto lands a jab but misses the next attempt. Foreman is bleeding from the right nostril. Cotto lands a left uppercut. Cotto lands a long, right after the jab along the ropes. Foreman steps in with a hard right hand. Cotto drives home to jabs and Foreman goes down, but it's ruled a slip. Cotto doubles up on the left hook to the head and body. Foreman comes back with a jab. Best round of the fight.

ROUND 5 - Foreman drives home an early right hand. They trade lefts. Foreman jumps in to land a right, but takes a hard, head-swiveling left-right. Cotto drives home a left hook during an exchange. Cotto lands two jabs. Cotto is retreating, then, pursuing. the crowd chants, 'Let's Go Cotto.' Cotto takes a hard right uppercut. Cotto lands a left. Foreman, a hard right uppercut. Foreman lands a right hook.

ROUND 6 - Foreman is cut along the right eyelid and bleeding occasionally from the right nostril. There are marks along his left eye as well. Cotto takes two hard left hands but lands one of his own. Cotto misses a wild left. Cotto fires and lands a left hook. Another left lands for Cotto. Foreman drives home a right behind the jab. Cotto lands a left jab.

ROUND 7 - Foreman also has cut along his left eyelid. Along the ropes, Cotto wins an exchange. Cotto successfully jabs his way in. Foreman goes down, having apparently twisted his right knee. He takes about a 60-second break. Cotto comes forward jabbing his way in. Foreman goes down again, from an apparently twisted right knee at 1:34 of the round. Foreman is cowering and unable to hold off Cotto. Cotto drives home a left hand and two rights, and Foreman fires back with a series of rights and lefts. Cotto lands a left uppercut. Then another right-left combination. Foreman, showing hard, answers with his own right hand. But Cotto has stepped it up. Cotto fires a left hand and Foreman fires one of his own.

ROUND 8 - Cotto's jab set up his right hand to start the round, with Foreman unable to use his mobility due to the knee injury. Cotto lands a short left hand. Foreman, bravely, fights and is jabbing, his wife, Leyla Leidecker, screaming from ringside for his corner, Joe Grier, to throw in the towel and stop the fight. It was ruled that an outside source threw in the towel with 1:15 left in the round. But after a few moments, the fight resumes because the referee must stop the fight, in accordance with New York State Athletic Commission rules. Cotto resumes coming forward and jabbing effectively, following up with right hands. Foreman bravely finishes the round, even answering with a right hand.

ROUND 9 - The fight's over after Foreman goes down from a left hand to the body. Referee Arthur Mercante doesn't even bother to count at 42 seconds of the round.


Undercard Bouts Results
Vanes Martirosyan def. Joe Greene (UD 10)
Pawel Wolak def. James Moore (UD 10)
Terry Buterbaugh def. Tommy Rainone (UD 6)
Abner Cotto def. Edgar Portillo (UD 6)
Jorge Diaz def. Jae Sung Lee (TKO 6)
Juan Gonzalez def. Juan Lucio (UD 4)
Christian Martinez def. Jonathan Cuba (TKO 4)

Fight Photos (Cotto vs. Foreman)

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

FOREMAN-COTTO FINAL PRESSCON PHOTOS for the June 5 2010 Yankee Stadium bout

It has been more than 30 years since the last boxing match in Yankee Stadium.
Another will happen this Saturday June 5 2010

6/2/10, Bronx, N.Y. -- (L-R) Three-time world champion Miguel Cotto, Caguas, Puerto Rico and undefeated WBA World Super Welterweight champion Yuri Foreman, Brooklyn, N.Y. pose during the final press conference Wednesday at Yankee Stadium for their upcoming World Super Welterweight championship at Yankee Stadium, Saturday, June 5 on HBO Championship Boxing. -- Photo Credit : Chris Farina - Top Rank.

Three-time world champion Miguel Cotto, Caguas, Puerto Rico, Hall of Fame Top Rank promoter Bob Arum, New York Yankees chief operating officer Lonn Trost and undefeated WBA World Super Welterweight champion Yuri Foreman, Brooklyn, N.Y. pose during the final press conference Wednesday at Yankee Stadium where Cotto and Foreman will fight for the World Super Welterweight championship ,Saturday,June 5 on HBO Championship Boxing. --- Photo Credit: Chris Farina - Top Rank.