Kyrone “Shut It Down” Davis wants people to know his name

By: Rich Quiñones When you think of the names of great boxers to come out of Delaware, the list might not be as long as other states. Dave Tiberi, Henry Milligan, brothers Mike and Rich Stewart come to mind. Amir Mansour is considered a Delaware Boxer even though he was born just over the Delaware Memorial Bridge in Salem, N.J., but resides in Wilmington and has so for many years. Mansour…

June 9, 2014
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Rodriguez looking for upset over Nelson

When Jerome Rodriguez takes on Naim Nelson in their slated eight-round affair at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia Friday night, Rodriguez will not only try to pull off the upset but in the process stamp his name as a boxer to watch in 2014. Their bout will be the main of event of a solid card as boxing returns to the newly re-named facility. The 27-year-old Rodriguez did not turn…

May 16, 2014
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Guerreo fresh off win, inks deal with Dave Tiberi’s Champs Management

On “Q” Sports has learned that Alex Guerrero, fresh off his win against Kamarah Pasley, has inked a deal with Champs Management group. Guerrero’s impressive performance over Pasley Friday at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino, prompted Champs Management Group’s Dave Tiberi to sign him right away. “I had the opportunity to follow Alex Guerrero over a number of fights,” said former IBC Super Middleweight champ Dave “TNT” Tiberi now head of…

May 13, 2014
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Lock continues comeback, looks to capture vacant NABA Featherweight Title

On “Q” Sports spoke with Cornelius Lock Tuesday as he is looking to continue his comeback with a win on Friday night at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino in Dover, Delaware. A win against William Gonzalez would earn Lock the vacant NABA Featherweight Title and perhaps position him in the Top 20 in the world when the new rankings come out. Rich: How is training and how do you feel…

May 6, 2014
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Sosa looks to continue hot streak inside ring, faces toughest test against Brooks

When Jason Sosa steps into the ring Saturday night against Michael Brooks in a slated 10-round affair at Bally’s Event Center in Atlantic City, the native of Camden, knows this will be his stiffest and toughest test. The 26-year-old Sosa is entering his affair against Brooks on a tear, winning his last seven bouts after back-to-back majority draws. Sosa (11-1-3, 7 Ko’s) will be facing his second southpaw in the ring…

April 12, 2014
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Mansour disappointed with loss, credits Cunningham and questions Smoger

On “Q” Sports Exclusive Amir Mansour has had a couple of days to absorb his hard-fought loss to Steve Cunningham Friday night for the USBA Heavyweight Title. The loss does not seem to sting him as much as the slight controversy that occurred during the bout. “I’m good man, trust me, I am good, I can beat any fighter” Mansour told On “Q” Sports exclusively Monday. In a thrilling and…

April 7, 2014
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Ferrante claims to have been dealing with pneumonia in loss against Martinez, rematch against Smith could be on hold

After one of the worse loses of his career, Anthony Ferrante wasted no time explaining his poor performance against Pedro Martinez Friday night in Harrah’s Philadelphia. According to Ferrante, he was sick and should not have been in the ring in the first place for his slated six-round bout against Martinez. “I should have pulled out of the fight but my stubbornness didn’t allow me to,” Ferrante told On “Q” Sports…

March 26, 2014
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Ferrante still steaming from controversial loss to Smith; wants rematch

Anthony Ferrante made his feelings known several days after his split-decision loss to Anthony Caputo-Smith Friday night at Harrah’s for the U.S.A Pennsylvania State Cruiserweight Title. Ferrante scored a gorgeous knockdown in the sixth round and it looked like the bout would be over, but Caputo-Smith beat the count and was saved by the bell. However, Ferrante and his camp saw it another way. “We watched the fight several times…

February 5, 2014
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Ferrante looking to jump start career after year-long suspension; tangles with Caputo-Smith Friday night

Anthony “Boom Boom” Ferrante gets a chance to jump start his career after a year-long suspension which he believes has been unfair and unjust. On “Q” Sports caught up with Ferrante to talk about his year-long suspension, his upcoming slated 10-round Friday night fight against Anthony Caputo-Smith for the USA Pennsylvania Cruiserweight Title, and his quest to clear his name inside the ring. Rich: How is training coming along? Anthony:…

January 30, 2014
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Kauffman cruisers past Thompson, eyes Povetkin next

Travis Kauffman said he wanted 2014 to be his year in the ring, and he got off to a good start Saturday night at the Sands Event Center against Vincent Thompson in the main event of XFE’s and King’s Promotions card. The slated 10-round affair was for the vacant WBA Fedelatin heavyweight title, but at times looked more like a glorified sparring session and on paper it seemed that way….

January 26, 2014
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