HARD KNOCKS FC 53 Results – Watch NOW on GFL!

January 31, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Hard Knocks Fighting Championship 53 was an EPIC night of MMA with Noah Ali defeating Corey Gower by Unanimous Decision in the Main Event, and the highlight of the night going to Dustin Joynson with a viscous head kick knockout of Chris Catala. CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

Result via Tapaology:

Noah “The Chosen Defender” Ali def Corey “The Hatchet” Gower Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Lucas Neufeld def John Nguyen Unanimous Decision After 5 Rounds

Dustin Joynson def Christiano “Chris” Catala TKO – Head Kick & Punches, 0:27 Round 2

Justin Basra def Thomas Godin TKO – Punches, 3:43 Round 2

Bruno Cesar def Kris Lee Sub – Arm Triangle Choke, 1:04 Round 2

Proflex Fight Night by Ambassador- 2/3/17 – Muay Thai from Bangkok, Thailand – LIVE & FREE on GFL

January 30, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Proflex Fight Night by Ambassador – Friday, FEB 17,  7:00AM EST- WORLD CLASS MUAY THAI from Bangkok, Thailand – LIVE & FREE on GFL! Don’t Miss it!!! CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION


Fight Card

Co-main: Azwan Che vs. Henry Lee

Combat at the Capitale 39 Results – Watch NOW on GFL!

January 24, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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It was another EPIC night of fights at Lou Neglia’s COMBAT AT THE CAPITALE 39! Relive the COMBAT NOW ON GFL!!! CLICK HERE TO WATCH


Main Event: Lennox Chance vs. Zarukh Adashev (Winner) – Unanimous Decision 30-27 (3X) After 3 Rounds

Co-main Event: Brandon “The Mechanic” Cuttino (Winner) vs. John “Greco” Salgado – Split Decision 30-27, 29-28, 28-29 After 3 Rounds

Co-main Event: Jennie Nedell (Winner) vs. Anna Shearer – Unanimous Decision 29-28 (3x) After 3 Rounds


Jamie Butcher vs. Justina Abruscato– Draw Ater 3 Rounds (Exhibition Bout)

Justin “The Moose” Muslija (Winner) vs. Brian Canals – Unanimous Decision 30-27 (3x) After 3 Rounds

Robert Varricchio (Winner) vs. Anthony Dilemme – Majority Decision 29-27 (2x), 28-28 After 3 Rounds

Brian “The Slayer” Mayer (Winner) vs. Andy “The Python” Segovia – Unanimous Decision 30-27 (3x) After 3 Rounds

Brandon Joza (Winner) vs. Kris Anders – Unanimous Decision 30-26 (2x), 29-27 After 3 Rounds

(MMA) Edwin “Ed” Smart (Winner) vs. Dami “The Predator” Ojo-Powerson – KO 0:10 Round 1

Jessica Ruiz vs. Rebecca Bryggman (Winner) – TKO – Referee Stoppage due to Kick 0:45 Round 3

Raquane Alexander vs. Mike Doherty (Winner) – Unanimous Decision 29-28 (3x) After 3 Rounds

Cage Titans XXXII – Sat, 1/28/17 – LIVE ON GFL

January 23, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Cage Titans FC returns on Saturday, 1/28/17 for a night of TITAN #MMA #fights LIVE on GFL!!! CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION


Fight Card:


Hard Knocks Fighting Championship 53 – 1/27/17 – LIVE ON GFL

January 23, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Hard Knocks Fighting: #HK53 begins 2017 with an amazing combo of top level pro and amateur fighters!  You do not want to miss #HK53 LIVE on GFL! CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFO


Spartyka Fight League 27: Friday Night Fights – 1/27/17 – LIVE ON GFL

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Spartyka Fight League returns to the Ted Constant Center for SFL XXVII, an amateur mixed martial arts (MMA) event, on Friday 27 January 2017 in Norfolk, VA.! Don’t miss it LIVE on GFL! CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION


1/20/17 – ShoBox: The New Generation (Undercard) Results

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It was an ACTION PACKED undercard at Last Saturday’s ShoBox: The New Generation event at Bally’s Atlantic City, NJ. Relive the sweet science and check out these prospects NOW on GFL!!! CLICK HERE TO WATCH



Bantamweight – Stephon “Showstopper” Young def Olimjon Nazarov – Unanimous Decision 77-57, 78-74, 78-74 After 8 Rounds

Bantamweight – “Luscious” Leroy Davila def Anthony “Tiger” Taylor – TKO 0:53 Round 3

Super Lightweight – “Killer” Keenan Smith def Marquis “Hawk” Hawthorne – TKO Hawtrorne Retired 3:00 Round 5

Welterweight – Anthony “Juice” Young def James Robinson – Unanimous Decision 58-55, 58-55, 57-55 After 6 Rounds

Heavyweight – Darmani “Rock Solid” Rock def Solomon “The King” Maye – KO 0:34 Round 5

Super Bantamweight – Malik “Action” Jackson def Christian Foster – TKO 2:20 Round 1


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Philadelphia, PA—It will be another old fashioned all-Philly rumble when lightweights Anthony Burgin and Avery Sparrow collide over eight rounds or less on Friday evening, March 10, at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia.  First fight is 7.30 p.m.

“It may not be Bennie Briscoe vs. Cyclone Hart or Joey Giardello vs. George Benton, but it’s a start and Philly vs. Philly is what put our city on the boxing map years and years ago,” said promoter J Russell Peltz.  “If more of the local guys square off against each other, it will make Philly better.  The International Boxing Hall of Fame is filled with guys who lost.  Fighters get better by fighting better fighters.  That’s something I learned years ago.”

Burgin, 24, a pro for more than four years, is 10-2, 2 K0s, and comes into this fight after having beaten another Philadelphian, Gerald Smith, in his last fight Oct. 14 in the same ring.  He also has beaten Philadelphians Frankie Trader, Ramon Ellis (twice) and Kenneth Brown.
In his only other fight in 2016, Burgin lost a four-round split decision to unbeaten DiVante Jones, of Augusta, GA, in a fight most of the crowd at the Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, CT, thought he won clearly.  Jones, now 9-0, has not boxed since.

“I am ecstatic to be headlining the fight card on March 10 and excited to be fighting Avery Sparrow,” Burgin said.  “When two Philly guys face each other, a spectacular show is guaranteed and this fight will be no exception.  I am going to make a statement.

“I’m only getting started and what you’re going to see from me in the future starts March 10.  I haven’t been as active as I would like to be but I have fought great fights and tough opponents and it has only made me better.  It’s only the beginning and 2017 is my year and nothing is going to stop me from grabbing what is already mine.”

Burgin is managed and trained by Raul “Chino” Rivas, whose excellent stable of fighters includes WBA junior lightweight champ Jason Sosa, junior lightweight contender Tevin Farmer, undefeated lightweight Stevie Ortiz and promising lightweight newcomer Victor Padilla.

Sparrow, 23, has had a rough career marked by long periods of inactivity.  He will have been a pro for 32 months by fight time, but has only a 5-1 record (3 K0s) to show for it.

His only loss came late in 2015 in the same ring when he was disqualified after five rounds for low blows against lefty Jerome Rodriguez, of Allentown, PA.  Sparrow was getting the better of it during the fight, but too many punches strayed low and referee Hurley McCall waved it off after numerous warnings and point deductions.

Sparrow has not boxed since March 26 when he knocked out hometowner Brandon Ruffin in one round in Charlotte, NC.  Sparrow also has beaten Jesus Lule, a frequent rival of Philadelphia fighters.

“I’m down now, but after I win this fight, I should be on my way up,” Sparrow said.  “I am grateful for this fight and a wonderful opportunity to showcase my talent.  No one knows what this chance means to me.  It’s much appreciated and it’s a blessing.  This will help me get my career back on track.  I want good fights to happen.  It’s what Philly and boxing needs.  I understand completely.”

Eight additional fights complete the card.


The Burgin-Sparrow fight tops a nine-bout card at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia.  First fight is 7.30 pm.  Tickets are priced at $40, $50 and $75 and they are on sale at the offices of Peltz Boxing (215-765-0922) and at www.peltzboxing.com or www.2300Arena.com.  The card is being promoted by Peltz Boxing Promotions, Inc., BAM Boxing and Joe Hand Promotions.  It will be streamed live by www.glf.com and televised on delay by Comcast Sports Net.

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Press credentials:  Brittany Rogers at 215-765-0922 or peltzboxing@comcast.net
Request deadline is Friday, March 3, 2017.


January 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Adam Lopez faces Danny Roman in Main Event Of ShoBox: The New Generation Quadrupleheader Live on SHOWTIME® 

Undefeated Super Middleweight Ronald Ellis Takes On Christopher Brooker; Undefeated Super Lightweights Kenneth Sims Jr. & Emmanuel Robles Collide; Bantamweight Stephon Young Risks Undefeated Record against Elton Dharry

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ATLANTIC CITY (Jan.10, 2017) — GH3 Promotions undefeated up-and-comers LeRoy Davila and Keenan Smith will head an impressive list of prospects that will be featured in non-televised action on Friday night, Jan. 20 at Ballys Atlantic City Hotel & Casinothat will precede a tremendous quadrupleheader that will be televised live on ShoBox: The New Generation card on SHOWTIME®.

In the 12-round main event, undefeated WBA No. 3-ranked super bantamweight Adam Lopez (16-0-1, 8 KOs) will face the WBA’s No. 4-ranked Danny Roman (20-2-1, 7 KOs) in a title elimination bout.

In the co-feature, undefeated super middleweight Ronald Ellis (13-0-1, 1 NC, 10 KOs) will face off with Christopher Brooker (11-2, 5 KOs) in an eight-round 168-pound matchup of ShoBox veterans. 

In another eight-round featured bout, former national amateur champion Kenneth Sims Jr. (10-0, 3 KOs) and Emmanuel Robles (15-1-1, 5 KOs) will clash in a matchup of promising, unbeaten super lightweights making their ShoBox debuts in their toughest assignments to date.

In the opening bout of the telecast, undefeated bantamweight Stephon Young (15-0-3, 6 KOs) takes on Elton Dharry (21-5-1, 14 KO’s) in an eight-round bout.

Davila (4-0, 2 KO’s) of New Brunswick, New Jersey will take on fellow undefeatedAnthony Taylor (4-0, 1 KO) of Warren, Ohio in a six-round bantamweight bout.

Davila, a 2016 United States Olympic Alternate is beginning his second year as a professional and is coming off a 4-round unanimous decision over Damon Simon on Nov. 11 in Philadelphia.

Taylor, 25, has been a professional for two years, and is coming off a third-round stoppage over Jajuan Gills last July 23 in Youngstown, Ohio.

Smith, of Philadelphia, has a record of 9-0 with 3 knockouts, and will take on Marquis Hawthorne (4-5, 1 KO) of Waco, Texas in a welterweight bout scheduled for six-rounds.

The 26 year-old Smith is a seven-year professional. In recent bouts, he has stepped up the competition. He holds a second-round knockout over previously undefeated Lavell Hadley (2-0). In his last bout, Smith won an eight-round unanimous decision over Benjamin Whitaker (10-1-1) on Nov. 6, 2015 in Las Vegas, on ShoBox.

Hawthorne, 25, is a two-year pro and holds a win over previously undefeated Francisco Cruz (5-0). He will be looking to break a three-fight losing streak, with the latest being a four-round unanimous decision to undefeated Jeremy Nichols (6-0) on Sept. 30 in Las Vegas.

Also seeing action in a 6-round bout is local favorite Anthony “Juice” Young (14-2, 6 KO’s) of Atlantic City who will take on James Robinson (4-5-4, 1 KO) of Brooklyn, N.Y., in a welterweight scrap.

Former amateur standout, Darmani Rock (6-0, 4 KO’s) of Philadelphia will battle Solomon Maye (3-7-2, 3 KO’s) of New Haven, Connecticut in a six-round heavyweight bout.

In four-round bouts, Hafiz Montgomery (3-1, 2 KO’s) of Toms River, N.J. takes on Tracey Johnson (4-5-4) of Boston in a cruiserweight battle; Jeff Lentz (5-1, 1 KO) of Lanoka Harbor, N.J. will fight Jeff Souffrant (3-1, 1 KO) of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. in a welterweight bout.

Tickets for the show, which is promoted by GH3 Promotions, Kings Promotions in association with Thompson Boxing (the main event) and Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel and Casino, are $125, $100 $75 & $50 and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com or calling 1-800-745-3000

Barry Tompkins will call the ShoBox action from ringside with Steve Farhood and former world champion Raul Marquez serving as expert analysts. The executive producer is Gordon Hall with Richard Gaughan producing and Rick Phillips directing.

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About ShoBox: The New GenerationSince its inception in July 2001, the critically acclaimed SHOWTIME boxing series, ShoBox: The New Generation has featured young talent matched tough. The ShoBox philosophy is to televise exciting, crowd-pleasing and competitive matches while providing a proving ground for willing prospects determined to fight for a world title. Some of the growing list of the 67 fighters who have appeared on ShoBox and advanced to garner world titles includes: Andre Ward, Deontay Wilder, Erislandy Lara, Shawn Porter, Gary Russell Jr., Lamont Peterson, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Omar Figueroa, Nonito Donaire, Devon Alexander, Carl Froch, Robert Guerrero, Timothy Bradley, Jessie Vargas, Juan Manuel Lopez, Chad Dawson, Paulie Malignaggi, Ricky Hatton, Kelly Pavlik, Paul Williams and more.

CONTACTS: GH3 Promotions, Marc Abrams: (856) 287 7611
Chris DeBlasio, Showtime Networks Inc.: (212) 708-1633
Matt Donovan, Showtime Networks Inc.: (212) 708-1663 
Flo Jocou, Showtime Networks Inc.: (212) 708-7319 
John Beyrooty/BZA/Showtime: (562) 233-7477
Thompson Boxing, Pierre Kacsinta (Danny Roman): (818) 720-8721
Credentials: Marc Abrams GH3 Promotions / King’s Promotions phillyboxing@gmail.com


V3FIGHTS: Mitchell vs Ware – 1/14/17 – LIVE on GFL.TV

January 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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V3 Fights returns to GFL on Sat., January 14, 2017, featuring Isaac Ware vs Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell for V3 Fights Featherweight Title. CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE ON GFL!

Less than 2 years after making his pro debut, Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell has gone 7-0 with 7 submission wins. January 14th he will attempt to make it 8-0 and capture the first professional championship of his career.


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