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But, on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, well witness exactly such a confrontation. WBO jr welterweight champion and Pride of Omaha Terence Bud Crawford (28-0, 20 KOs) faces Freddie Roach-trained, WBC super lightweight champion Victor The Iceman Postol (28-0, 12 KOs) from Ukraine in a highly anticipated unification showdown on HBO PPV. Fightnews.com has been covering Terence Bud Crawford since his fifth professional fight and we sat down with him Wednesday afternoon in Las Vegas before he left for his nightly conditioning workout. (more) July 22nd, 2016 Nietes-Estrada moved to next year The much awaited confrontation between two of the best fighters in the lower weight divisions of boxing, longest-reigning Filipino world champion and current WBO World Jr. pop over to these guysFlyweight king Donnie Ahas Nietes and Unified WBO/WBA Flyweight champion Juan Francisco El Gallo Estrada is being delayed until next year. According to ALA Promotions International President/CEO Michael Aldeguer, Zanfer (Estradas promoter) has informed them that they received a WBA Mandatory letter for Estrada to fight current WBA World Flyweight champ Kazuto Ioka, forcing to push back the Nietes-Estrada super fight. Aldeguer added that the negotiations for this fight would definitely be carried on the next months towards its realization. July 22nd, 2016 By Joe Koizumi Photos: Sumio Yamada Unbeaten KO artist Jonathan Guzman (22-0-1NC, 22 KOs), 121, from Dominican Republic, acquired the vacant IBF junior featherweight belt as he displayed superior power in dropping IBF#1 Shingo Wake (20-5-2, 12 KOs), 121.75, four times and dominated the lopsided contest before the referees well-received halt at 2:16 of the eleventh round on Wednesday in Osaka, Japan. Its a Guzman night since he took the initiative from the outset, floored Wake twice in the second, bloodied his cheek, decked him again in the third and floored the gory contestant in round five.
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