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Hunter’s DQ will stand, Oliver keeps title belt

Eric Hunter and Mike Oliver were slated to go 10 rounds for the NABA USA Featherweight title last Friday night in Chester, PA. Instead the much anticipated bout between two very solid and promising boxers, turned out to be short-lived. Just 50 seconds into the opening round, Oliver slipped and as he got back up, he was leveled by an ill-timed left of Hunter. As Oliver lay motionless for a…

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Lundy hammering away at those ducking him; wants Garcia/Matthysse winner

As “Hammerin” Hank Lundy preps for his October 19th bout against Jeremy Bryan in Atlantic City, NJ. he has some sound advice for those trying to duck him. Don’t even think about. Lundy predicts an easy win for Floyd Mayweather against Canelo Alvarez and demands the winner of the Danny Garcia vs. Lucas Matthysse fight him. Rich: How are things going, I know you are enjoying Las Vegas, but you…

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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…

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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…

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Boxing loses an underrated champ; Morrison passes away

When you think of some of the all-time great heavyweight champs in boxing, many people name the usually suspects. Johnson, Dempsey, Louis, Liston, Ali, Frazier, Forman, Tyson, the list goes on and on. But, when you talk about some of the most underrated heavyweight champs the list gets smaller and people often overlook Tommy Morrison. Morrison passed away at the young age of 44. According to Morrison’s longtime promoter, Tony…

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Fox is more than a voice for women’s boxing, she is a pioneer

On “Q” Sports had the pleasure of interviewing Sue “TL” Fox, who is a pioneer when it comes to women’s boxing in the U.S. A retired police officer, detective, and former ranked No.1 World Super Welterweight, Fox is always on the go, helping the sport of women’s boxing grow each and every day. However, she was kind enough to share some free time and talk with On “Q” Sports” about her…

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Kauffman, Cartagena and Allen Jr. headline War at Forge III

Friday night should be an exciting night of Boxing when several marquee names headline War at the Forge III at Valley Forge Casino in King of Prussia, PA. King’s Promotion always put on a good show and Friday should be no different. In the main event Travis Kauffman (24-1, 18 Ko’s) will take on veteran journeyman Arron Lyons (12-12-1, 9 Ko’s) in a scheduled 8-round Heavyweight affair. Kauffman is currently No. 13…

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Mansour wants everyone to know he is the baddest U.S. Heavyweight alive, and you better give him a shot at Title

“On Q Sports” recently spoke exclusively with WBF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Amir “Hardcore” Mansour on his upcoming bout against Maurice Harris, his career, and why he put everyone else in the heavyweight division in the U.S. on notice and then some. Mansour is known for his freakish punching power, but when he spoke to us all he wanted to talk about was why everyone is afraid to fight him, and…

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Fury stuns Cunningham

Tyson Fury stunned Steve Cunningham with a vicious right hand that floored the veteran Saturday afternoon in front of packed house at the Theater in Madison Square Garden. Cunningham floored Fury in the second round with a huge right, which clearly rattled the young and outspoken native of the UK. Fury was showboating prior to the knocked down and his antics clearly pumped up Cunningham. However, Fury, who was making…

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Caputo Smith wins controversial decison; mulls retirement

Anthony Caputo Smith defeated Dhafir Smith in a very controversial decision Friday night to capture the PA State Light Heavyweight Title, but it came with a price. The decision to everyone at ringside was laughable as the bout was scored 95-95, 96-94, and 96-94. The lopsided scoring was not nearly as bad as the swelling that occurred on Caputo’s eye. Caputo Smith’s right eye looked like the size of a…

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