Philly’s Ferrante looking at August return to ring; eyeing undefeated prospect Tabiti

Richard Quiñones (Journeymen Boxing) JMB has learned that Philadelphia cruiserweight Anthony “Boom Boom” Ferrante is aiming for a possible August return to the ring. According to the 31-year-old Ferrante, his potential opponent is one of Mayweather Promotions’ rising young prospects and arguably their top prospect. The fight is slated for August 28th, and it appears it would be a 10-round affair. “I’m fighting Mayweather’s top guy August 28th in Vegas, I am…

June 30, 2015
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Corner to Corner, New Jersey Golden Gloves kickoff, Ferrante to fight in Canada, Millhouse loses, and McMorrow set to take on Enriquez

BY: Richard Quiñones (Journeymen Boxing)  JMB goes corner to corner with updates of what is going on Saturday and we begin with the New Jersey Golden Gloves, which kick off tonight beginning at 7PM at the Christian Brother’s Academy in Lincroft, New Jersey. The 152lb. and 165lb.novices will be in action as well as the 165lb. and 178lb.s novice. There will also be a ton of open class bout this evening and the 144lb….

February 28, 2015
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Breaking: Philly’s Ferrante to take on Canada’s top-ranked cruiserweight Daley

BY: Richard Quiñones (Journeymen Boxing) JMB has learned that Philadelphia cruiserweight Anthony “Boom Boom” Ferrante will take on Canada’s top-ranked cruiserweight Denton Daley April 17th. According to Ferrante, the bout is slated for eight rounds and will take place in Canada. “I’m giving you a heads up, I’m fighting Denton Daley, April 17th in Canada. Eight rounds, but no belt as of now,” Ferrante said via text to JMB Friday. The…

February 28, 2015
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Breaking: Philly’s Ferrante’s eye not fully healed; upcoming bout against Bujaj rescheduled

February 3, 2015

  BY: Richard Quiñones (Journeymen Boxing) Cruiserweight contender Anthony Ferrante’s cut that he suffered against Alex Guerrero back in November, has not properly healed so his scheduled March fight against Stivens Bujaj has been pushed back to July, JMB learned on Tuesday. The 30-year-old Ferrante (13-7, 8ko’s) was hoping to bounce back from that tough loss to Guerrero for the vacant NABA cruiserweight title but will have to fully heal first. Ferrante suffered a serious…

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Ferrante looking to rebound after Guerrero setback

            Philadelphia cruiserweight contender Anthony Ferrante is hoping to rebound from his last loss, when he steps into the ring at the end of February. He is reportedly scheduled to take on Stivens Bujaj in Detroit, but as of Tuesday, Bujaji pulled out of his upcoming bout against Kamarah Pasley on January 22nd. Reports surfaced that Bujaj suffered a shoulder injury. As for Ferrante (13-7, 8ko’s),…

January 8, 2015
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Philly’s Ferrante to take on Alex Guerrero for NABA crusierweight title, while manger rips B.J. Flores

By: Rich Quiñones Less then 24 hours after dispatching Venroy July thanks to a vicious 2nd-round KO win Friday night in Fort Washington, Maryland, Philadelphia’s Anthony Ferrante was already thinking about getting back in the ring. Meanwhile, Ferrante’s brash and outspoken manager/trainer Mike Cassell has engaged in a social media war with U.S. cruiserweight contender and current NBC Sports boxing analyst B.J. Flores. Ferrante will not have to wait any…

October 29, 2014
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Ferrante backs up guarantee, scores vicious knockout over Venroy July

By: Rich Quiñones (Ringside Commentator) Anthony “Boom Boom” Ferrante had one message for his doubters and his critics Friday night moments before he stepped into the ring against Venroy “Hardwork” July in the co-main event of a stacked card at Rosecroft Raceway. “My career is not dead, I am not retiring,” was Ferrante’s message moments before he faced July. The talented, but maligned fighter at times, delivered that message when…

October 25, 2014
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