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Monday, February 8, 2010

Boxing Video: Manny Pacquiao Vs Miguel Cotto - Full Fight Replay

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November 14, 2009
MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
World Boxing Organization Welterweight Championship
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Manny Pacquiao 144 defeated Miguel Cotto 145 via TKO (Referee Stoppage) Round 12 for the WBO welterweight title/WBC Diamond belt.

Fight Undercards: * Yuri Foreman 154 defeated Daniel Santos 154 via Unanimous Decision (116-110, 117-109, 117-109) for the WBA super welterweight title * Julio Cesar Chavez 160 defeated Troy Rowland 159 via Unanimous Decision (99-91, 98-92, 97-93) * Alfonso Gomez 145.5 defeated Jesus Soto-Karass 148** via 6 round technical decision, 58-54, 57-55, 57-55 * Rodrigo Garcia 150 defeated Martin Guerra 152 via 4 round unanimous decision, 40-36 on all cards * Eden Sonsona 121 defeated Eilon Kedem 119.5 via TKO in Round 2 * Matt Korobov 160.5 defeated James Winchester 158 via a one-sided 6 round unanimous decision, 60-54 on all cards * Richie Mepranum 113.5 defeated Ernie Marquez 112 via 6 round Split Decision (58-55, 57-56, 56-57) * Abner Cotto 133 defeated Lupe Guzman 134.5 via 6 round unanimous decision (59-55, 60-54, 60-54) Pacquiao (49-3-2, 37 KOs), of General Santos City, Philippines, has won six world titles in as many different weight divisions ranging from 112 to 140 pounds, cementing the Filipino national hero’s status as the sport’s pound-for-pound champion . His performance in 2008 was described as “Henry Armstrongesque,” winning world titles at 130 and 135 pounds with victories over Juan Manuel Marquez and David Diaz, respectively, and knocking out and retiring Oscar De La Hoya at 147 pounds to finish the trifecta. This year, he picked up where he left off last year – winning another world title in a new weight division — dealing defending junior welterweightchampion Ricky Hatton a one-punch second-round knockout last May 2 for his 10th consecutive victory.
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Boxing Video: Vitali Klitschko Vs Kevin Johnson - Full Fight Replay

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12 rounds of Boxing for Klitschko's WBC heavyweight title
December 12, 2009.
At Bern, Switzerland

Vitali Klitschko easily defeated American challenger Kevin Johnson and retained his WBC world heavyweight title on Saturday, winning a unanimous points decision. Klitschko kept on the offensive and was busy all night, Klitschko said on the post interview that though he was after the Knockout to please the fans, he's grateful he got the win on a dominating fashion winning the 12 round battle.

Juan Diaz vs. Paulie Malignaggi Rematch, 12 rounds, junior welterweights;
Victor Ortiz vs. Antonio Diaz, 10 rounds, welterweights At Chicago (HBO)

Timothy Bradley Jr. vs. Lamont Peterson, 12 rounds, for Bradley's WBO junior welterweight title

Vic Darchinyan vs. Tomas Rojas, 12 rounds, for Darchinyan's WBC/WBA junior bantamweight title At Rancho Mirage, Calif.

Sechew Powell vs. Antonio Mesquita, 10 rounds, junior middleweights;
Ronald Hearns vs. Victor Hugo Correa, 8 rounds, junior middleweights;
Aaron Pryor Jr. vs. Jason Douglas, 8 rounds, super middleweights;
Sharif Bogere vs. Adam Hernandez, 8 rounds, lightweights;
Elijah McCall vs. Ruben Rivera, 6 rounds, heavyweights;
Luis Franco vs. Efrain Esquivivias, 6 rounds, featherweights;
John Jackson vs. Jesus Vallejo, 6 rounds, junior lightweights;
Mike Hunter Jr. vs. Alvaro Morales, 4 rounds, heavyweights At Las Vegas

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Boxing Video: Yuriorkis Gamboa Vs Rogers Mtagwa - Full Fight Replay

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STEVE LUEVANO [37-1-1 | 15KO ] vs JUAN MANUEL LOPEZ [27-0 | 24KO]

YURIORKIS GAMBOA [16-0 | 14KO] vs ROGERS MTAGWA [26-13-2 | 18KO]

JANUARY 23, 2010 AT 9:45 PM ET/PT

Saturday, January 23 2010 WaMu Theater Madison Square Garden. World champions Juan Manuel Lopez, Steven Luevano, Yuriorkis Gamboa and Rogers Mtagwa welcomes the new decade in a double header world featherweight title fights. World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez is moving up to challenge WBO featherweight titlist Steven Luevano. Gamboa defends his World Boxing Association championship belt against top-10 contender Rogers Mtagwa. This Megafight Double Header is produced by Top Rank promotions.

- LOPEZ answered LUEVANO's quantity shots with his version of quality punches. LUEVANO threw more punches on the first few rounds but Lopez'powerful shots put the Champ down in PAIN!
- Gamboa defeated the overrated Mtgwa on a very one sided boxing. Gamboa landed 50 power shot to only 10 by Mtgwa.

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Boxing Video: Roy Jones Jr. Vs. Danny Green - Full Fight Replay

fight replay videoRoy Jones Jr. Vs. Danny Green - IBO cruiserweight champion Danny Green (28-3, 25 KOs) scored a major upset when he stopped boxing legend Roy Jones Jr (54-6, 40 KOs) in round one ago at the Acer Arena, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Green was the aggressor from the opening bell and connected with two solid left hands and a right cross to the temple that dropped Jones. The referee Howard Foster crowned Green at 2:02 to save Jones from further punishment when he was in no condition to defend himself. Green thanked his boxing team for helping him to achieve his greatest ring victory. Jones congratulated Green on his victory.

Danny Green thrilled a the local Australian crowd with a shocking 1st rd stoppage over the legendary Roy Jones Jr. last night in Sydney, Australia. After a long waited undercard and a hand-wrapping dispute that further delayed the main event, both men came up the ring looking fit and ready to fight. At the opening bell Green jabbed his way in and Jones, with his hands held high, backed to the ropes looking to counter.
Green floored Jones with a right hand to the head after one minute. Green moved in to apply more pressure, and following a series of blows, English referee Howard Foster stopped the bout after just 122 seconds.
Jones offered no excuses for a defeat which could signal the end of his career.

"We don’t make excuses, it was a great performance by Danny", Jones said.
Green was almost apologetic for handing such a defeat to one of his boxing role models.
"He’s one of the greatest fighters of all time and the opportunity to fight him in Australia, thanks, Roy Jones Jr.,"Green told the crowd.
"I almost feel bad doing that, that almost hurt me to do that to someone whom I aspire to look up to as a professional fighter inside and outside the ring. He’s a bloody legend."
"I didn’t surprise myself," said Green.

Green won the IBO cruiserweight title in Biloxi, Miss., in August with a victory over Argentina’s Julio Cesar Dominguez on the undercard to Jones’ NABO light heavyweight championship win over Jeff Lacy.
Jones had been stopped just twice in his career, by Antonio Tarver and Glen Johnson, but Green warned ahead of the fight that he could end the Sydney fight early.

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Boxing Video: Amir Khan vs Dmitriy Salita - Full Fight Replay

Amir Khan vs Dmitriy Salita WBA LightWelterweight Title.
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Metro Radio Arena
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
December 5, 2009

Amir Khan retained his WBA Lightwelterweight Title on a stunning 1 round TKO/referee stoppage. Spped of hands and powerful combinations were thrown immediately by Foulton England's Amir Khan on the overwhelmed New Yorker Dmitriy Salita. Khan did not give Salita any inch of opportunity to impose his strategy. Khan on that win, is definitely standing on his platform as one of the Boxing World's future superstar. Freddie Roach crafted this young man into a superfighter.
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ESPN has reported that talks are in place to finalise a deal for a fight with Juan Manuel Márquez on May 15, 2010.[26][27] Marquez, a former opponent of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, would be seen as the biggest test of Khan's career.

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Boxing Video: De La Hoya Vs. Mayweather Jr. - Full Fight Replay

boxing fight replay video Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr.: The World Awaits was a super welterweight superfight which took place on May 5, 2007, at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada between six-division world champion Oscar De La Hoya (38-4, 30 KO) and undefeated four-division champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. (37-0, 24 KO). At the time, the match was the most lucrative boxing match ever, with over $120 million in generated revenue.

Mayweather Jr. won by split decision over De La Hoya in 12 rounds, capturing the World Boxing Council (WBC) light middleweight title.

The fight took place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada under the promotion of Golden Boy Promotions. It was contested at 154 pounds, with De La Hoya defending his WBC light middleweight championship.

Tickets sold out three hours after they went on sale on Saturday, January 27, 2007. With the sellout, the bout generated over $19 million in live gate, beating the previous record of $16,860,300 set by the November 13, 1999, heavyweight championship rematch between Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis at the Thomas & Mack Center.The fight was televised on HBO Pay-Per-View, with the cost to watch the fight at $55 in the U.S.

Judges Jerry Roth (115-113) and Chuck Giampa (116-112) scored the fight for Mayweather while judge Tom Kaczmarek had De La Hoya winning, 115-113.*

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Mayweather is set to face Sugar Shane Mosley in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 2010.
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Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson - Full DVD Documentary Video

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Director: Ken Burns
Actors: Jack Johnson, Keith David, Samuel L. Jackson, Adam Arkin, Philip Bosco
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Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson
The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson Episode 1 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson tells the story of the first African-American boxer to win the most coveted title in all of sports and his struggle, in and out of the ring, to live his life as a free man. Part One follows Jack Johnson's remarkable journey from his humble beginnings in Galveston, Texas, as the son of former slaves, to his entry into the brutal world of professional boxing, where, in turn-of-the-century Jim Crow America, the heavyweight champion was an exclusively "white title." Johnson lived his life out loud, wearing fancy clothes, driving fast cars and openly flaunting the conventions of the time by dating and then marrying white women. Despite the odds, Johnson was able to batter his way up through the professional ranks, and in 1908 he became the first African-American to earn the title Heavyweight Champion of the World. Johnson's victory set in motion a worldwide search for a "white hope" to restore the title to the white race. On July 4, 1910, in Reno, Nevada, ex-champion Jim Jeffries, the new "Great White Hope," came out of retirement to challenge Jack Johnson. Johnson easily won the contest, billed as the Battle of the Century, despite a hostile crowd and a steady stream of racial epithets hurled from Jeffries' corner. Johnson's victory provoked race riots all around the country, but his troubles were only just beginning. The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson Episode 2 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson tells the story of the first African-American boxer to win the most coveted title in all of sports and his struggle, in and out of the ring, to live his life as a free man. By the end of 1910, as Part Two begins, Jack Johnson was on top of the world, the undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World; the most famous — and the most notorious — African-American on earth. But forces were gathering in America to try to stop him. When no one could be found to beat the champion in the ring, the U.S. government set out to destroy him in the courts, using his sometimes-troubled relationships with white women as the excuse to prosecute him. Unfairly charged with violating the Mann Act, a progressive era piece of legislation designed to stop commercialized vice — not relationships between consenting adults — Jack Johnson was convicted and sentenced to jail. Skipping bail, Johnson fled to Europe, where he remained a fugitive for many years. In 1915 in Havana, Cuba, he defended his title in a still-controversial fight against Jess Willard, a fight that went on for 26 rounds in 105 degree heat. Determined to live his life regardless of the confines imposed by his color, Jack Johnson emerges as a central figure in America's ongoing struggle to deal with the question of race.

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Thriller In Manila Muhammad Ali Vs Joe Frazier Full Documentary video

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The Thrilla in Manila was the third and final famous boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier for the Heavyweight Boxing Championship of the World, fought at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on October 1, 1975.

The bout is often ranked as one of the greatest fights of 20th century boxing, and is the climax to the bitter rivalry between Ali and Frazier over who was the legitimate Heavyweight Champion. That situation came about after Ali was stripped of the title over his refusal to join the armed forces when drafted during the Vietnam War. Some years later, Frazier petitioned President Nixon to restore Ali's right to box, thereby bringing about the so called Fight of the Century between two undisputed heavyweight champions in 1971.

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Boxing History 101: Online Fight Academy.

 /></a><span style=Boxing is a combat sport in which two people, male or female,generally of similar weight, fight each other with their fists. Boxing is supervised by a referee and is typically engaged in during a series of one to three-minute intervals called rounds. There are three ways to win. Victory is achieved if the opponent is knocked out and unable to get up before the referee counts to ten seconds (a Knockout, or KO) or if the opponent is deemed too injured to continue (a Technical Knockout, or TKO). If there is no stoppage of the fight before an agreed number of rounds, a winner is determined either by the referee's decision or by judges' scorecards.

Although fighting with fists comes naturally to people, evidence of fist-fighting contests first appear on ancient Sumerian, Egyptian and Minoan reliefs. The ancient Greeks provide us our first historical records of boxing as a formal sport; they codified a set of rules and staged tournaments with professionals. The birth hour of boxing as a sport may be its acceptance as an Olympic game as early as 688 BC. Modern boxing evolved in Europe.

In some countries with their own fighting sports, the sport is referred to as "English Boxing" (e.g. in France to contrast with French boxing, or in Burma with Burmese boxing and in Thailand with Thai boxing). There are numerous different styles of boxing practiced around the world. Boxing does not allow kicks like the styles above. *

Boxing Hall of Fame

The sport of boxing has two internationally recognized boxing halls of fame; the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) and the World Boxing Hall of Fame (WBHF), with the IBHOF being the more widely recognized boxing hall of fame.

The WBHF was founded by Everett L. Sanders in 1980. Since its inception the WBHOF has never had a permanent location or museum, which has allowed the more recent IBHOF to garner more publicity and prestige. Among the notable names in the WBHF are Gabriel "Flash" Elorde, Khaosai Galaxy, Henry Armstrong, Jack Johnson, Roberto Durán, George Foreman and Ceferino Garcia. Boxing's International Hall of Fame was inspired by a tribute an American town held for two local heroes in 1982. The town, Canastota, New York, (which is about 15 miles (24 km) east of Syracuse, via the New York State Thruway), honored former world welterweight/middleweight champion Carmen Basilio and his nephew, former world welterweight champion Billy Backus. The people of Canastota raised money for the tribute which inspired the idea of creating an official, annual hall of fame for notable boxers.

The International Boxing Hall of Fame opened in Canastota in 1989. The first inductees in 1990 included Jack Johnson, Benny Leonard, Jack Dempsey, Henry Armstrong, Sugar Ray Robinson, Archie Moore, and Muhammad Ali. Other world-class figures include Roberto "Manos de Piedra" Durán, Gabriel "Flash" Elorde, Ismael Laguna, Eusebio Pedroza, Carlos Monzón, Azumah Nelson, Rocky Marciano, Pipino Cuevas and Ken Buchanan. The Hall of Fame's induction ceremony is held every June as part of a four-day event.

The fans who come to Canastota for the Induction Weekend are treated to a number of events, including scheduled autograph sessions, boxing exhibitions, a parade featuring past and present inductees, and the induction ceremony itself.*

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Thursday, February 4, 2010

Cung Le Biography

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Cung Le (born May 25, 1972) is a Vietnamese American kickboxer, mixed martial artist, and actor from San Jose, California currently competing in Strikeforce. He defeated Frank Shamrock to become the second Strikeforce Middleweight Champion before vacating the title to further pursue his acting career.

Life and career

Cung Le was born in Saigon, South Vietnam. He fled his home country with his mother in 1975 as the capital city fell to communist rule (reportedly fleeing in a helicopter under machine gun fire). He ended up in San Jose, California where early racial bullying inspired him to learn to fight. His mother enrolled him in Taekwondo classes at the age of 10. Since those first classes he has absorbed a variety of styles, and was undefeated as a professional kickboxer (16-0). He is a three time world champion and also coaches his own team, which is now 11-0 in team competition.[5]
[edit] Kickboxing and Sanshou (Sanda, Chinese KickBoxing)

Cung Le is undefeated in his professional Sanshou career (16-0).[6] He has won three US Open International Martial Arts Championships (1994, 1995,1996). In 1998 he won the Shidokan tournament championship.[7] He has also won 4 US National Championships (Orlando, Florida 1994, Dallas, TX, 1995, Baltimore, MD, 1997). He earned three bronze medals in his amateur Sanshou world competition. He has been a three-time captain of the United States teams that competed and was the U.S. team captain at the World Wushu Championships in 1997 (Italy) and 1999 (Hong Kong). On December 15, 2001 he defeated Shonie Carter by unanimous decision in San Jose, California to win the IKF Pro Light-Heavyweight San Shou World Title.[6] In May 2003, Le entered into K-1 competitions where he garnered a 3-0 career record, including 1 knockout.[6]
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Cung Le and Frank Shamrock after their bout.

Le made his mixed martial arts debut at Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. Gracie on March 10, 2006, at the HP Pavilion at San Jose, knocking out kickboxing rival Mike Altman at 3:51 of the first round. Three months later he faced KOTC veteran Brian Warren, knocking him out with a flurry of punches at 4:19 of the first round. At Strikeforce: Triple Threat on December 8, 2006, Le defeated Jason Von Flue in 0:43 when the fight had to be stopped due to a cut.

Le went on to fight the veteran Tony Fryklund who had just suffered a spectacular loss to Anderson Silva one year prior. Like Silva, Le beat Fryklund via KO late in the third round. Soon after Le fought Sammy Morgan at Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man Survives. He utilized his throws to keep Morgan off and won the bout via TKO.

On March 29, 2008, Le defeated a long time MMA veteran Frank Shamrock in a fight co-promoted by Strikeforce and EliteXC at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. Le won via TKO when Frank Shamrocks' right arm was broken after a series of kicks (ulna broken), making him Strikeforce Middleweight Champion.

On September 17, 2009, Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker announced that Le had relinquished his belt after securing another major motion picture deal.[8]

Le returned to Strikeforce to face Scott Smith at Strikeforce: Evolution on December 19, 2009. Despite dominating the majority of the fight, Le suffered his first defeat, losing via TKO at 3:25 of round 3.
[edit] Acting career

Kung Fu Cinema confirms Cung Le will co-star in the live-action Tekken film, based upon the popular martial arts fighting game, as Marshall Law. The movie has already completed filming, and is set to be released in 2010. Le had supporting roles in the science fiction film Pandorum with Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster, and Fighting, released in 2009 alongside Channing Tatum. He also stars in a Hong Kong martial art film Bodyguards and Assassins coming out on December 18, 2009.

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