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“The Pugilist KOrner”: Donaire, Hill, More!
log Talk Radio’s “The Pugilist KOrner” is proud to present universally recognized Super Bantamweight Champion Nonito Donaire, Kronk Gym trainer Javan “Sugar” Hill, undefeated Super Featherweight prospect Joel Diaz Jr, Super Middleweight prospect Paul Mendez, and Junior Middleweight prospect Alantez Fox.
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“The Pugilist KOrner” is honored to welcome back the universally recognized Super Bantamweight Champion Nonito Donaire (30-1, 19 KOs). “The Filipino Flash” will discuss his upcoming December 15th event with five division world champion Jorge Arce. The pound for pound fighter will also talk about the competitive landscape of the packed 122 pound weight division, as well as his plans for 2013.
“The Pugilist KOrner” is also proud to feature Kronk Gym trainer and nephew of boxing legend Emanuel Steward, Javan “Sugar” Hill. The always astute fight trainer will discuss Johnathon Banks’ big victory over highly touted Heavyweight prospect Seth “Mayhem” Mitchell this past Saturday night. The former Detroit Police officer will also talk about the promising future of the legendary Kronk Gym in Detroit, Michigan.
Making his way back to “The Pugilist KOrner” will be undefeated Super Featherweight puncher Joel Diaz Jr. (11-0, 10 KOs). The 20 year old prospect will discuss his future in the 130 pound weight class as well as training regimen in Big Bear, California under the tutelage of world renowned fight coach Abel Sanchez.
Making his debut to “The Pugilist KOrner” will be Super Middleweight prospect Paul Mendez (10-2-1, 4 KOs) from Team Garcia Boxing in Salinas, California. “El Gallo Negro” will discuss his upcoming bout on Telefutura on December 15th, as well as his future in the wide open 175 pound weight division.
“The Pugilist KOrner” is proud to introduce 6’5” Junior Middleweight prospect Alantez Fox (7-0-1, 3 KOs) from Forestville, Maryland. The talented 154 pound fighter will talk about his life in the DMV area, as well as his new career fighting under the “Boxing 360” promotional banner.
Tonight’s show will be hosted by Radio commentator James King with Boxing writer and announcer Joseph Herron.
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IABA UPDATE (TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR JOHN JOE NEVIN AND JOE WARD WSB DEBUTS)
Irish Amateur Boxing Association
For ticket information visit http://britishlionhearts.com/tickets or http://www.celtic-manor.com/British-Lionhearts-Boxing.aspx
London 2012 silver medallist John Joe Nevin and current European champion Joe Ward will make their eagerly anticipated World Series of Boxing (WSB) debuts for the British Lionhearts in Wales on Friday night.
The Lionhearts host defending WSB champions Italia Thunder in a top of the table Group B clash at the Celtic Manor in Cardiff.
Nevin is in against Serbia’s Branimir Stankovic and Ward faces Hungary’s Imre Szello in the five-bout match.
Nevin beat Stankovic on a split decision when he was boxing for Paris United in the WSB last season, while the Ward/Szello duel is a repeat of the 2011 European Elite semi-final which Ward won (18-8) en route to gold in Ankara, Turkey.
Ward looked poised to sign for the Italians (then called Milano Thunder) two years ago, but his WSB debut was put on ice because the then 17-year-old European champion was one-year shy of the minimum age requirement.
However, the Moate BC southpaw has now been given the green light.
“I’m looking forward to this one, can’t wait to get in the ring. I think we have a really strong side in the World Series and we’ll be aiming to win it out in our first season,” said the 2009 and 2010 AIBA World Junior and Youth champion.
Wales’ Andrew Selby, like Ward a current European champion, will open Friday’s match versus Daniel Limone. Selby edged out Ireland’s Michael Conlan by a single point (25-24) in the quarter-finals en route to silver at the 2011 AIBA World Elite Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Limone was recruited by the Italians from the pro ranks where he won 10 of his 11 fights.
Selby’s compatriot, Fred Evans, will also be between the ropes at the Celtic Manor. Evans, a silver medal winner at London 2012, faces France’s Michel Tavares in a battle of the southpaws. Tavers has two years experience in the WSB, winning 9 of his 11 outings.
The African continent’s top Heavyweight (91+kg) Mohammed Arjaoui will bring the curtain down on the Group B fight for supremacy when he faces Italian pro fighter Matteo Modugno (unbeaten in 12 fights with 6 KOs to his name).
The Lionhearts opened their WSB campaign with a convincing 4-1 victory over Michael Conlan’s and Sean Turner’s USA Knockouts in California last Thursday.
Nevin will fight at 61kg in the WSB this season, while Ward will compete at the WSB light-heavyweight limit of 85kg.
The five-man British Lionhearts team for the visit of Italia Thunder are ranked in the top-ten in the World in their respective weight categories by AIBA.
Willie McLaughlin in signed with Italia Thunder but will not be in action on Friday evening.
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