Ferrante’s UBF Title fight postponed; whole card scratched

Anthony Ferrante, who is coming off of brutal back-to-back loses in the ring, will have to wait to lace them up after it was announced his UBF World Cruiserweight Title clash against Rico Hoye on June 27th, has been postponed. The bout was originally scheduled to take place at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. However, according to Ferrante there were some issues with AG promotions, who co-promoted the…

June 18, 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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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 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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Stevens vs Majewski highlight solid card in Atlantic City

Friday night in Atlantic City should be a very entertaining night of Boxing at Resorts International when Curtis Stevens and Patrick Majewski clash in a 10-round middleweight affair, headlining a NBC Sports Channel card. Stevens (25-4) is looking to bounce back from a loss to Gennady Golovkin last November. That bout was for the WBA World middleweight and IBO middleweight title. In that affair, Golovkin proved to be too much…

January 23, 2014
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Santos De Alba making noise inside the ring; name to remember for 2014

As the year in boxing comes to a close, there have been some very good young boxers along the East Coast that have turned some heads. One of those boxers is Frankie Santos De Alba, who is not only a quiet young man, but he is humble and hungry and his last time out in the ring was a thing of beauty. He demonstrated a gorgeous display of boxing that made many…

December 10, 2013
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Kauffman ready to close out year in style; looking to move up WBA Rankings in 2014

BY: Rich Quiñones Travis Kauffman does not hesitate when asked about his plans for 2014, and his desire to get a crack at the title whenever or however it presents itself. He looks to continue his climb up the WBA heavyweight rankings when he takes on last second replacement Jason Barnett in a slated eight-round affair for the World Boxing Union Intercontinential Heavyweight Championship Saturday night at the Santander Arena (formerly…

November 26, 2013
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Philly’s “Baby Dame” one to watch in the ring

Damon “Baby Dame” Allen Jr. is a young upstart boxer from Philly and is set to take on Tony Walker Saturday night in Atlantic City in a slated four round lightweight bout on the Glen Tapia vs. Elco Garcia undercard. He is currently 3-0 as a pro and his amazing amateur career saw him win numerous championships and honors throughout the years. He posted a staggering 151-11 mark and has won…

September 26, 2013
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The Outlaw looks to ride out of town Friday night with a title

Eric “The Outlaw” Hunter (17-2, 9 KO) is poised to meet Mike Oliver (25-5, 8 KO) in a scheduled 10-round bout for the vacant NABA USA featherweight title Friday night at Harrah’s in Chester, PA. Hunter has never taken the easy way out when it comes to his career, grinding it out and doing it with guts and perseverance. On “Q” Sports caught up with “The Outlaw” for a couple…

September 12, 2013
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Young set to make noise against De Jesus

As I continue my look at up-and-coming Philly boxers, I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Hasan “The Hitman” Young. He is another fighter to watch as he steps back into the ring Friday, September 13th against Julio De Jesus at Harrah’s Chester in Chester, PA in a slated eight-round welterweight clash. It has been a great year for Boxing and the City of Brotherly Love has seen some…

September 5, 2013
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