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Long Beach junior-welterweight Cleotis “Mookie” Pendarvis will headline a Florentine Gardens boxing card in Hollywood on Friday night. Pendarvis (16-3-2, five knockouts) will seek to move up from the No. 15 International Boxing Federation...
For more than two years, Alfredo Angulo was boxing's version of Elvis. He had left the building. Now he is back, trying to return to the level that got him fights with the likes of Kermit Cintron and James Kirkland, as well as a lucrative offer to fight...
Tags: James Cameron, Staples Center, Mexico, Migration, Trials
Hector “Macho” Camacho, a former three-division boxing champion who had 88 professional fights against a who’s who of legendary opponents stretching from Ray Mancini (whom he defeated in 1989) to Oscar De La Hoya (who beat him by...
Professional boxers usually have a dysfunctional resume. Greatness etched with a touch of darkness. Hector “Macho” Camacho was no different. Camacho emerged from the slums of New York's Spanish Harlem to become a three-time world...
Tags: Sugar Ray Leonard, Kissimmee
CNNSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Famed boxer Hector Camacho died after he was taken off life support early Saturday, a hospital spokeswoman in Puerto Rico told CNN. A passing gunman on Tuesday shot Camacho, who was in a car in front of a bar in his hometown of...
Sadly, I am not surprised that Hector “Macho” Camacho was shot in the face in Puerto Rico. Camacho has always been a mercurial kind of guy. He can be the life of the party, warm, engaging and extravagant, documented in all those...
Tags: Welterweight, Abusive Behavior, Boxing
After much deliberation, Manny Pacquiao decided that meeting his foil Juan Manuel Marquez for a fourth time trumps avenging a controversial loss in a fight most believe he won. Two sources close to the negotiations, but unauthorized to speak publicly...
Mexicali professional boxer Alfredo “Perro” Angulo was released from the ICE detention center in El Centro on Tuesday according to an article on ESPNdeportes.com Angulo spent eight months in the detention center while his immigration issues...
INDIO, Calif. — If boxing can figure out where it left its torch before the whole house goes down, Gary Russell Jr. again showed he might have the hands to hold it. The 24-year-old featherweight from Washington D.C. had too many hands for...
Sports EditorIt isn’t known why, but it is a fact — Oscar De La Hoya visited the Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in El Centro on Tuesday. De La Hoya, also known as “Golden Boy,” refused to give comments or even say a...
Tags: Facebook, Washington, DC, Prisons
Enrique Bolanos, a Mexican boxer who three times fought for and lost the world lightweight title in Los Angeles in the late 1940s, died Monday. He was 87. Bolanos died of heart failure at a convalescent facility near his Pasadena home, said his wife of...
Tags: Lightweight Boxing, Boxing, Mexico, Wrigley Field
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