Brad Solomon against Demetrius Hopkins

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Brad Solomon against Demetrius Hopkins

Rising undefeated welterweight Brad “The King” Solomon (16-0, 7 KOs) worked out hard with head trainer John David Jackson in preparation for his WBA International defense against Demetrius “The Gladiator” Hopkins (30-1-1, 11 KOs). This will be Solomon’s 4th title defense and highlights his return to ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights” on March 18th at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino.


Miguel Acosta in Great Shape, Aims To KO Rios

by Julio Thyme
Miguel Acosta in Great Shape, Aims To KO Rios


Canelo and Fielding ready to write their chapter in the history of MSG

Canelo and Fielding ready to write their chapter in the history of MSG

In a very cold environment, the Mexican native Saul ‘Canelo’...

Canelo going for the story and Fielding for the surprise at MSG

Canelo going for the story and Fielding for the surprise at MSG

The Mexican star Saul “El Canelo” Alvarez and his rival...

Dalakian will make second defense of his WBA title

Dalakian will make second defense of his WBA title

Artem Dalakian will make the second defense of his World...