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Father and Son ‘Move Forward’ Together

  BRENDON Smith has announced that his next promotion will be on June 27th.   Moving forward every fight card will carry a very significant and symbolic name. The upcoming June card at Rumours International will be named ‘TGW & Smithy Bring the Big Fights 10′.   “Iread more...

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Mundine vs. Trout official, May 9th in Texas on PBC

  IT may have been the worst kept secret in Australian boxing, but it was confirmed earlier today that both Anthony Mundine and Austin Trout have signed for their May 9th date in Texas.   Mundine, 39, will make the first defence of his recently acquired WBC Silver light middleweight title againstread more...

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Brian Amatruda talks Channel 9 series, rebuilding talent

  LEADING domestic promoter Brian Amatruda is starting to develop a solid track record for re-establishing fighters and putting them back on track.   The Melbourne-based Amatruda, who currently owns the countries only purpose-built boxing venue, The Melbourne Pavilion, has recently signed aread more...

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Jack Asis on upset IBO title win: “Dreams really do come true”

  TEARS flowed and emotions were at fever pitch as Jack Asis claimed a fairytale victory against Kye MacKenzie in Newcastle on to claim the vacant IBO super featherweight title.   “This is my dream,” said Asis in a press release issued by Smithy’s Promotions. “Throughout my wholeread more...

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Miguel Cotto vs. Daniel Geale, set for June 6th in New York

  DANIEL Geale has been given an unlikely opportunity to become the first Australian crowned as the lineal middleweight world champion.   Geale, 34, has signed to face WBC middleweight champion and future Hall of Famer Miguel Cotto on June 6th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.   Cotto,read more...

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Team MacKenzie on Asis loss: “A rematch would be our first option”

  A fight of the year candidate took place in front of an enthusiastic local crowd at Wests New Lambton last Saturday night in Newcastle.   Contrary to everyone’s beliefs, Filipino livewire Jack Asis scored a career-best win and a major upset, stopping previously unbeaten prospect Kyeread more...

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Trent Broadhurst on Berridge rematch: “We agreed to everything”

  TALENTED Queensland light heavyweight Trent Broadhurst at one time was labelled as one of the best young prospects in the country.   After a series of setbacks with injuries and a knockout loss to fearsome Kiwi, Robert Berridge, the 26-year-old Broadhurst sat down with Aus-Boxing to touchread more...

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Kye MacKenzie discusses Jack Asis title challenge, meteoric rise

  THEY say that a happy fighter is often a dangerous fighter.   And for that reason alone, fast-rising super featherweight prospect Kye MacKenzie (14-0, 12 KOs) goes into the biggest fight of his career in Newcastle on Saturday night full of confidence and as a heavy favourite.   MacKenzie,read more...

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From the bottom of the world to the top for Jack Asis

  JACK Asis’ dream of winning a world title nears reality.   Asis (32-18-5, 17 KOs) has walked a hard road to reach this Saturday night’s IBO super featherweight title bout against unbeaten Australian Kye ‘Frenzy’ MacKenzie (14-0, 12 KOs).   The likable Filipino, who is nowread more...

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Stevenson proves too slick for Bika, cruises to unanimous points win

  DESPITE putting Sakio Bika on the canvas on four separate occasions, lineal light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson was unable to dent the will of his iron-chinned challenger.   Fighting in front of a raucous crowd at the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City, Canada, Stevenson did not disappointread more...

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