Archive 2 

Cunningham Demanding A Rematch, Accuses Promoter And Doctors Of Corruption

Two-time cruiserweight champion Steve Cunningham is demanding a rematch and has accused his own promoter Sauerland Event and German ring doctor Walter Wagner of corruption and Hernandez’ trainer Ulli Wegner of trying to divert attention away from the from the questionable stoppage on Saturday’s fight in Neubrandenburg, Germany, when Yoan Pablo Hernandez was awarded the IBF title by split technical decision after the sixth round.

After the fight, Wegner alleged that referee Mickey Vann gave Cunningham a long count when he was knocked down in round one and the bout should have been a first round KO. Cunningham believes Wegner is looking to divert attention away from the role played by the ring doctor Walter Wagner, who advised referee Vann that the fight should be stopped on cuts even though the cuts suffered by Hernandez were not bleeding.

“As soon as I read what Wegner was saying, I knew what it was – they want to take the focus off the way the fight was stopped,” said Cunningham. “I am a true champion and despite the knock down, I was coming back to win that fight and they were not going to let that happen.”

In an AP report, Dr. Wagner is quoted as stating that he recommended that the Cunningham-Hernandez bout be stopped even though “the cuts weren’t dangerous but the blood **could have** run into his eyes and affected his vision. I think the head clashes that the referee felt were accidental weren’t entirely accidental. You can have different opinions there. Hernandez was at a disadvantage from the cuts, so I gave the recommendation.”

Cunningham alleges that Dr. Wagner was observed at ringside cheering on Hernandez and was allegedly keeping a scorecard together with a representative of Sauerland Event before advising the referee to stop the bout, even though he admitted the cuts weren’t dangerous.

Regarding Dr. Wagner dismissing the judgment of the referee about whether the clashes of heads were accidental or not, Cunninnham stated “Everyone knows that the referee is the one to make those calls. I am not a dirty fighter, never have been. When an orthodox and a southpaw fight, head butts are likely to happen, and with that cuts are likely also, but if the cuts were not causing a problem, the fight should have continued. The only person with a disadvantage was me, I was fighting against way more that Yoan Pablo Hernandez on Saturday night.”

Dr. Wagner is well known as the ring doctor who was in the corner of Ulli Wegner-trained Arthur Abraham when Abraham was permitted to fight on against Edison Miranda, in spite of having suffered a broken jaw and with Abraham’s face being a mask of blood throughout the bout. “It’s really crazy. Abraham was allowed to fight on like a warrior despite his serious injuries and my fight was stopped due to two cuts that weren’t bleeding, I guess they liked their chances with Abraham over Miranda more than they did of Hernandez beating me,” said Cunningham.

Cunningham then went on to recount that Hernandez walked to the center of the ring, without a drop of blood coming from either cut, and shrugged to Cunningham like he didn’t know why the fight was being stopped.

“I am a world champion, this is how I provide for my family and I have and always will fight to the end. Perhaps [Ulli] Wegner was out for some revenge after what I did to Huck, they wanted my belt and were willing to do whatever to take it” said Cunningham, before continuing “I have asked my lawyer to look what my options are, at the end of the day, no one should feel good about the way this fight ended. Hernandez and I share the same promoter and they should want to see this rectified. I have always been so proud to be the IBF champion, they are an organization that stands behind their rules and does not get pulled into the shady politics and I respect them so much for that. I know they want their champions to earn the title, a rematch is truly in order.”

Boxing Returns To Washington DC 

Renee Aiken’s Diva-Rize-N Promotions is proud to finally present her first annual night of professional boxing to support Breast Care Awareness at the DC Star Night Club in Washington DC on Saturday night. The card, which features the return of super bantamweight Thomas “KO” Snow (15-1, 9KO’s) and former world cruiserweight Champion O’Neil “Supernova” Bell (26-4-1, 24KO’s) in separate bouts, was originally slated for August 27, but was postponed due to Hurricane Irene.

The Boxing Diva knows the importance of breast cancer awareness and would like to help make a difference. “Since the Hurricane pushed my show to October, I felt God was sending me a message,” said Aiken. “God has blessed me tremendously in business as well as on a personal level, so the need to make a difference is important. This thing has affected at least 2 out of every 4 people in some way or another. It is truly time to give back.”

On Saturday night Aiken is set to introduce her new Diva Line of boxing gloves, which will be used in both the main event and the co-feature of the evening. The pink gloves worn by Snow and former world champion O’Neil Bell will be autographed and raffled off afterward with all of the proceeds to go to breast care awareness. The Boxing Diva has agreed to donate 100% of the funds raised by both raffles to be split equally between the Breat Cancer Research Foundation and the Susan G. Kormen Global Race for the Cure.

Beltway fight fans can enjoy a night of boxing and help support Breast Cancer awareness with the opportunity to win a pair of autographed gloves.

The DC Star Night Club is located at 2135 Queens Chapel Road. N.E. D.C. 20018.

Doors open at 5:30PM, first Bout begins promptly at 6:30PM Tickets for the explosive night of action are priced as Follows: $100 Ringside, $75 VIP, and $50 Floor, $30 General Admission.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 302-543-3705 or 443-205 8394

Tickets can also be ordered online at 

Juan Carlos Gomez Injury Update

The injury to the left shoulder of former cruiserweight champion Juan Carlos Gomez turned out to be more serious than first thought. During surgery last week, in addition to the prior diagnosis of a ruptured tendon, it was discovered that Gomez has a crack of the acetabular labrum (the ring of cartilage that runs around the joint). Dr. Andreas Werner repaired both injuries and said Gomez will need at least several months with no boxing to heal.

Donaire Helps Fight Breast Cancer  

Bantamweight champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire has partnered with The Keep A Breast Foundation to raise breast cancer awareness as part of his October 22nd boxing showdown with Omar “El Huracan” Narvaez at Madison Square Garden, in New York City. Donaire will adorn his typically stylish trunks and warm-up with pink highlights to heighten awareness of The Keep A Breast Foundation’s year round work and help call attention to breast cancer awareness during October, the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

“It means a great deal to me to assist in this most worthy cause and to help raise awareness for young women about the importance of this issue. My wife Rachel and I discussed this and my upcoming fight is the perfect time to help The Keep A Breast Foundation,” said Donaire from his training camp in San Carlos, California.

‘With the fight being on HBO this allows a larger scope of viewers to be aware of this most important cause. Going forward I want to assist different foundations across the country and continue to give back through my boxing career. It feels great to help out and give back through my participation.”

Said Kimmy McAtee, spokesperson for The Keep A Breast Foundation; “We are so excited to partner with Nonito for his fight. When Nonito comes out sporting a pink themed outfit it will make people think about not just the fight, but also the fight to eradicate breast cancer! It’s so important to educate everyone about breast cancer. Men get breast cancer too, not to mention many find lumps in their partners breasts!”

“We are looking to educate everyone that they can make decisions in life that can effect themselves, their families, and the population as a whole. With only 5-10% of breast cancer having a hereditary link KAB feels there is a growing need for breast cancer awareness programs to educate all people on the scientific evidence between breast cancer and environmental exposures. We’re so thrilled for this opportunity to show a new audience this important information.”

More information about The Keep A Breast Foundation can be viewed on their website

Donaire (26-1, 18 KOs), a native of General Santos City, Philippines, now living in the Bay Area of San Leandro, Calif., is a consensus top-five pound for pound fighter. He enters this fight riding a nine-year, 25-bout winning streak, which includes an IBF/IBO flyweight title knockout victory of defending champion Vic Darchinyan, and a fourth-round blasting of former WBA bantamweight champion Wladimir Sidorenko last December.

However, Donaire’s most impressive victory occurred in his last fight, on February 19, when he knocked out defending WBC/WBO bantamweight champion Fernando Montiel in the second round, ending Montiel’s 25-bout winning streak while also claiming his third world title in as many weight divisions. Ten of Donaire’s last 11 victories have come by way of knockout.

Narvaez (35-0-2, 23 KOs), of Cordoba, Argentina, a two-time Olympian; will be making his U.S. debut. The undefeated southpaw captured his first world title – the WBO flyweight championship – in his 12th professional fight, knocking down interim champion Adonis Rivas in the seventh round en route to a dominant unanimous decision in 2002. Narvaez successfully defended his title 16 times during his seven-year reign before vacating it in early 2010 to campaign at a heavier weight class.

He won the vacant WBO junior bantamweight title in May 2010, pitching a near shutout to win a unanimous decision over Everth Briceno. Narvaez, one of South America’s most popular fighters, has successfully defended his new title three times, all by unanimous decision, against opponents who had a combined record of 54-2 when he fought them.

Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Madison Square Garden, the Donaire-Narvaez world title tilt will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark, beginning at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast.)

Remaining tickets to Donaire vs. Narvaez, priced at $200, $100, $50 and $25, including applicable service charges, can be purchased at the Madison Square Garden box office, online at, and all Ticketmaster outlets (additional fee for Ticketmaster orders.)

Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. with the first bell at 7:30 p.m. ET.

McCall-Wach Face Off WBC International Heavyweight Title

It looks like former heavyweight champion Oliver McCall (56-11, 37 KOs) will take on Mariusz Wach (25-0, 13 KOs) of Poland for the WBC International heavyweight title. The bout would take place November 5th at the Mohegan Sun Casino, in Uncasville, Connecticut. 

Photos: Miguel Cotto And New Trainer Diaz Kick Off Training

Photos: Miguel Cotto Promotions

Training in Florida, WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto is going through some tough work with his new trainer Pedro Luis Diaz. Cotto announced on Tuesday that he replaced trainer Emanuel Steward, due to scheduling conflicts, with Diaz. Cotto is preparing for his rematch with Antonio Margarito, which takes place on December 3rd at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Bernard Hopkins, Danny Garcia, And Dewey Bozella Workout Pics And Quotes

Photos: Dave Londres-Hoganphotos

Bernard Hopkins, WBC and Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight World Champion
"I chose to continue to fight and defend what I worked so hard to get.  So why not get all of the benefits of what I've been doing for 20-something years and then walk away when it's time? 


"I think that it'll come down to who is the better fighter. The better fighter, the better person, the better strategist and who wants it the most. 


"It really would be gratifying to me and happy for me to sit back in my 60's and hear commentators say, "This guy is four fights away from beating Bernard Hopkins' record.


"In today's world where, unfortunately, most athletes, either don't stay as focused long enough after they get a taste of what we call success in life, or just run into the wrong match, the wrong person. So I'm going to have fun in the second half of my life.



"Well, Chad Dawson said something that made sense. He's going to be throwing a lot of punches, but I'm going to be connecting a lot of punches.  He's going to throw all the punches he wants, but I'm going to be connecting more than he is throwing.


"I'm coming in there with an aggressive game, but a smart game. If people think that the last two fights of my career were the old Bernard Hopkins from the Blue Horizon toAtlantic City days in the early 90's, then I'm saying that they should watch this fight.


"The bottom line is they are going to see a better, a more aggressive, smart fighter in me when I beat Chad Dawson.


"When you look at my résumé compared with his [Dawson's] résumé, you must say, or must agree, that my résumé is a Ferrari and his is a Mercedes.


"Keep an eye on [Danny] Garcia. He's got a fight coming up [on October 15] that'll prove he belongs in the pound for pound contender's bracket.


"At the end of the day, what Dewey did is beyond anything that I've done in the ring; it is beyond anything I accomplished outside of the ring in my personal [life].  


"I want my gray to be in the ring. I want Chad Dawson to see I have gray hair. I want to look like his father-well, I could be his father. I'm not, but I could be!  That age difference is appropriate for me to look like I'm gray and I have gray, because realistically, if you do the math, he could be my son.


"There are a lot of people that are 46 and younger that feel lousy today that never took a punch. Well, change your lifestyle. Change what you do. I did it years ago, so I'm ahead of the game. I'm not feeling like I'm 26 every day.  I always say if I have to put a number on myself, the way I feel today, I feel like I am 36. So if I'm 36 to 46, that means I'm 10 years ahead of the game."


Danny Garcia, Top Undefeated Junior Welterweight Contender


"I feel blessed, just for being recognized that I have the talent.  [For Hopkins to] recognize my hard work and dedication. I'm just blessed now, and it's motivating me more to shine on October 15.


"I never rely on my power because that can't win you a fight. I rely on my skills. I think I use my brain, and I break my opponent down and land the big shots. So my power is just my last resort. 


"I know I got more mature since I turned pro.  I'm a lot smarter and it's a chess game in there. So now when I feel like a guy's kind of outsmarting me a little bit, I stay relaxed and I just try to figure it out.


"It was definitely a growing process. I learned how to be a smart fighter and not go in over anxious and just set the pace.


"I just feel strong, and we had a great camp. I'm just anxious to show the world what I can do. I'm ready. I wish it was tomorrow.


"I watched Kendall Holt's last fight and I said to my dad, 'I am going to fight the winner of this fight.'  So I feel like I predicted my future a little bit.


"Holt isn't going to touch me like he did to his last opponent.  You can't hit what you can't see.


"I feel like I took my time. I have had 21 fights; I never rushed and was like, 'Yeah, go ahead and put me on HBO,' or begged for it. It came to me when they thought I was ready. I know I am ready, so we took the opportunity and we trained hard."



Dewey Bozella, Top Undefeated Junior Welterweight Contender 


"When I was young, I was bitter because I never thought I'd get out of there [prison].  I thought I'd die in there.


"I came to Bernard Hopkins' camp and I was approved to fight.  Thank God for that. I worked hard and it paid off.


"I'm not going out to lie down; I'm going out to fight. I'm not going to let this guy come and whip my butt.


"[On being able to have his first professional fight] it's just like getting out of prison. It is a new experience.


"I always thought I had a chance to get out.  People said, 'Ah, it'll never happen, it'll never happen,' but it did happen.


"I want to get this [fight] over with and then I want to open my own gym.


"My goal is to help young kids as well as adults to help turn their lives around and keep out of trouble.

"[My gym is going to be for] whoever comes in, but it's going to be for the kids.


"I am a professional fighter. I'm here.


"[On earning bachelor's and master's degrees in prison] I always said, 'How can I give something back to society if I have nothing to offer?


"I knew I was getting out of prison.  Either I was going to die in there and go out in a box, or I was going to walk out of there."



Naazim Richardson, Hopkins' Trainer


 "You can't underestimate Dawson in any way, shape or form.


"Pascal and Pavlik were supposed to be the guys running the sport. I said if you can beat these kids, you can beat anybody.


"I love boxing. I love the sport. And this guy [Hopkins] is boxing."

Thompson Boxing Promotions And Gary Shaw Sign Colombian Prospect Darley Perez

Photos: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing Promotions

Orange, CA (October 4, 2011) - Thompson Boxing Promotions and Gary Shaw Productions have partnered in the past in signing promotional agreements with rising boxing greats such as Timothy Bradley, Yonnhy Perez. Today is no different as they have teamed up once again to ink the WBA #5, IBF #12, WBO #12, Colombia's hard-hitting Darley Perez (23-0, 18 KOs).

Perez, who breezed past his latest opponent, veteran Oscar Meza by dictating the entire fight, made his ShoBox: "The New Generation" debut last Friday and stated, "I am excited to have signed with Thompson Boxing and Gary Shaw. They have successfully promoted the careers of promising young boxers like myself , I am confident they have the blueprint to bring me to get me to a fight for a championship belt. I will put in the work in the ring and make them proud."

"I believe that in Darley Perez we have a future champion in our hands," added co-promoter Ken Thompson. "Darley is a hard working individual and a hard-hitting fighter. He's the perfect combination of what a promoter looks for in a fighter. We are proud to have him as a part of our stable of soon-to-be champions."

Added, Gary Shaw: "Darley Perez is a bright, young star with a promising future ahead of him. He has great body
 punching ability and is so accurate with his shots that it makes me think that boxing fans all over will get excited to see him. I think Darley has all the tools to be a great champion in the near future."

It seems that former champion and SHOWTIME commentator Antonio Tarver would agree with both co-promoters as he reflected on Perez's performance at last Friday's fight, "Perez looked sharp, his balance was good and he had the perfect angles. He did everything he should and I think he's going to be a heck of a contender in this division."

The Perez-Meza battle was a 10-round lightweight co-feature to WBC's super lightweight eliminator between Olusegun Ajose and Ali Chebah.

Don't miss the replay TONIGHT, Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHO Extreme. This last installment of SHOBOX: The New Generation fights are also available On Demand until Sunday, Oct. 16.

Video: Andre Ward Goes To Get Stitches Removed; Discusses Froch FIght 

Andre Ward is back to work after having his stitches removed this past Friday by Dr. Paul WallaceThe cut caused Andre to postpone the upcoming SHOWTIME Super Six Final and WBA-WBC unification bout with Carl Froch to December 17.  The location of the fight is still Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

Ward stitches video
Andre (SOG) Ward Gets Stitches Removed !!!

Photos: Khan-Peterson London Presser

Photos by: Chris Hutty – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy Promotions

Unified Super Lightweight World Champion Amir Khan (Left) and number one rated super lightweight contender Lamont Peterson (Right) pose on October 4, 2011 in London, England at a press conference to officially announce their December 10, 2011 Unified Super Lightweight World Championship Fight in Washington, DC which will be televised live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing.

Q&A: Sharif Bogere

Jermell Charlo Takes On Francisco Santana In Co-Feature
Friday, Oct. 7, LIVE on SHOWTIME® at 11 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast)

NEW YORK (Oct. 4, 2011) – Already a star in his native land of Uganda, current NABO lightweight champion
Sharif “The Lion” Bogere is ready to make a name for himself in his adopted hometown of Las Vegas.

The 22-year-old Bogere (20-0, 12 KOs), who beat Ray Beltran on ShoBox last May 13, takes on young prospect Francisco Contreras (16-0, 13 KOs) of the Dominican Republic in defense of his belt in a 10-round affair at the Dallas Events Center at Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas on ShoBox: The New Generation, Friday, Oct. 7, LIVE on SHOWTIME (11 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast).

“This is my hometown fight,” Bogere said. “I don’t have to travel and I get to sleep in my own bed. My friends and family with be there watching. I’m going to welcome (Contreras) to Las Vegas and then I’m going to send him packing with a knockout.”

Question: You were on your country’s national boxing team. What is the biggest difference between the amateur and professional games?

BOGERE: “I think in the pros it’s mostly about concentration and you can’t take anyone lightly in the pros like in the amateurs. Every one is going after the same goal in the pros. It’s all about getting that world title belt.”

Question: Why did you decide to leave your home country to live and train in the United States three years ago?

BOGERE: “I knew I had to make the move in order to reach my ultimate goal. I wasn’t getting the proper training in Uganda that I needed to become a world champion. Here in Vegas there are so many pro fighters. I don’t have to go far to get the work in that I need to be the best.”

Question: What was it like growing up in Uganda?

BOGERE: “I really grew up in a tough part of the country. Boxing was my way out. It literally saved my life. There were kidnappings on the streets when I was a kid, but they stayed away from me because they saw potential in me.”

Question: How did you learn to box?

BOGERE: “I was really self-taught and now that I’m working with a world-class trainer like Kenny (Adams), I see things differently in the ring. It has been a little difficult just listening to my trainers and trying to do what they tell me, but I know I have to listen and do what they say. It’s the only way I’m going to keep getting better and keep my perfect record.”

Question: What will the SHOWTIME boxing fans see from you come Friday night?

BOGERE: “I think they’ll be most impressed with my power and my speed. I can hurt you in so many ways. And then there’s the ring entrance.”

Question: You came in the ring in a cage last time you fought. What is your plan this time out?

BOGERE: “I’ve put a lot of thought into the ring entrance. I will be carried into the ring in a cage by actual African tribesman. I know that boxing is about entertaining and that people who pay to watch boxing want to be entertained. They want to have fun. I’ll have the lion’s head and skin brought in again. It’s all part of the show.”

Curt Menefee will call the ShoBox action from ringside with Steve Farhood and Antonio Tarver serving as the expert analysts. Gordon Hall is the executive producer of ShoBox with Richard Gaughan producing and Rick Phillips directing.

Bogere vs. Contreras, a 10-round bout for the NABO lightweight championship and Charlo vs. Santana, an eight round junior middleweight bout, are presented by Golden Boy Promotions and sponsored by Cerveza Tecate and AT&T. The doubleheader will be televised LIVE on ShoBox: The New Generation at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast) on SHOWTIME.

Arreola Makes Mexico Debut Sat, Nov. 5 At El Domo, Leon, Mexico 

LOS ANGELES (Oct. 4) – Mexican-American heavyweight knockout artist Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola (33-2, 28 KO’s) will be heading south to Leon, Guanajuato to make his highly anticipated Mexican debut at the grand arena “El Domo” on November 5, 2011 headlining an event promoted by Goossen Tutor Promotions and Promociones Del Pueblo and broadcast on Televisa. In his last fight this past July in Atlantic City, Arreola scored a unanimous decision over Friday Ahunanya, in one of only four fights to go the distance in his 35-fight career. Currently riding a five-fight winning streak, Arreola has noticed a big payoff from his newfound dedication to training, having competed recently more than thirty pounds lighter than his showings in 2009 and 2010.

For Arreola, his Mexican debut is very special, as the thirty-year-old Riverside resident’s mother was born in Sinaloa, Mexico, and his father in Durango, Mexico.

“Its hard to explain my feelings about fighting in Mexico,” said Arreola. “Its like I’m thrilled because of their love for real fighters, but at the same time, it is important for me to put on a great show and live up to those expectations. It truly is a great honor to fight in Mexico and to box in a true Mexican environment. It’s such a beautiful country, there’s nothing like it as a fighter.”

“I just need to go out there and win convincingly, and keep winning convincingly. It’s a great feeling for Televisa’s interest of having me fight in Mexico, in front of the many fans that I want to see that I’m a true Mexican warrior.”

“As for my opponent, Alonzo Butler (28-2-21 KOs), I know he’s got 21 knockouts in his 28 wins, and I have 28 KOs in my 33 victories, so you can bet it will be a wild swinging fight.”

Goossen Tutor and Promociones Del Pueblo last teamed up September 15 in El Paso, Texas on a card that featured 2008 Olympian Javier Molina and WBC Featherweight World Champion Jhonny Gonzalez. “We have enjoyed a great relationship with the Goossen Tutor team for many years, and it is always a pleasure to do boxing shows together,” says Oswaldo Kuchle. “November 5 at “El Domo” in Leon, Guanajuato we are bringing one of the hottest Mexican boxers today to Mexico for the first time.”

Kuchle went on to say “It’s a very exciting time for our company to have secured Cristobal Arreola to fight in Mexico. Arreola is a true Mexican boxer and has the hope and support from the Mexican community of being the first Mexican to capture a Heavyweight World Championship. Televisa, our broadcast partner, is also very excited to be showcasing his debut in Mexico.”

Not to get lost in the hype of Arreola going to Mexico, Butler said this is the opportunity he needed to jump up into the higher echelon of heavyweights, “I understand one thing, I hit him on the chin clean, he will go down and out, and it changes everything in my life.”

With a total of 49 knockouts between them, and close to 500 pounds in the ring, these are two big punching heavyweights and chances are it ends dramatically.

“I participated in the biggest boxing event ever held in Mexico when our fighter Greg Haugen challenged Julio Cesar Chavez,” said promoter Dan Goossen, and it was one of the greatest experiences in my life with the fans and the media in Mexico.” There is nothing like it anywhere else in the world and having Chris being showcased on Televisa and in front of a packed house, will be the next step in the growth and recognition of the exciting fighting style of Arreola. The fans will love him.”

Also appearing in his first fight south of the border, will be hard-hitting world-rated lightweight John Molina, Jr. (23-1, 19 KO’s) in a 10-round fight. Molina, a Mexican-American fighting out of Covina, CA, had agreed to fight Top Rank’s Brandon Rios in December until Rios’ camp declined the bout. Instead, Molina travels to Mexico in pursuit of his world championship goal.

Molina has put together a 5-fight winning streak knocking out all five along the way. “Obviously I was very disappointed Rios refused to fight me in Los Angeles; that was his choice,” said Molina. “I’m on the path to fight and beat whoever is put in front of me, no matter who it is.”

Other undercard bouts will be announced shortly.

Cotto Announces New Trainer

By: Miguel Cotto

My dear fans:

Today I am very happy to announce that my trainer for my December 3rd fight in New York will be legendary Cuban boxing trainer and expert Pedro Luis Díaz Benítez. Pedro Luis is a Doctor in Pedagogical Sciences. He holds a Master’s degree in sports training and a Major in Physical Culture and Sports. He is also specialized in boxing training’s planning and control. He was a professor and investigator for the University of Sports in Cuba. He has also worked with and trained several Olympic Gold Medalists and professional world champions.

I met Pedro Luis as an amateur several years ago and had the opportunity to share time with him in several international competitions. I was instantly amazed as to the vast boxing’s technique and conditioning knowledge that he transmitted to his fighters. I feel that together with Phil, Pedro Luis is a perfect fit to bring my best potential for my next fight in December and lead me to victory!

I want to take this opportunity to express my wholehearted gratitude to Emanuel Steward, who I consider a friend and mentor. Because of calendar conflicts and other matters, we were unable to work together for this next fight. He is one of the best trainers I have ever met in boxing, and I will be forever appreciative for the two fights we worked together. We have both kept the doors open to maybe join forces in the future if the circumstances and timing are adequate.

Now I will focus on my training camp! I feel happy and thrilled as ever to commenced preparing for December. I will be ready and will win the fight for all of you.

ARENA Signs Light Heavyweight Sullivan Barrera

Promoter Ahmet Oner (ARENA) just signed a long-term promotional contract with red hot light heavyweight contender Sullivan Barrera. The 29 year old Cuban who lives and trains in Miami, Florida, is one of the fastest rising stars in boxing today. Barrera literally blew away all of his opponents since turning pro in August 2009. With his most recent KO-win over Frank Paines in June, Barrera collected two regional titles and secured himself a top 15 spot in the WBC and WBA ratings after only eight pro-fights. It was no other than Cuban superstar Yuriorkis Gamboa who introduced Barrera to Oner and initiated the promotional deal.

“I know that Ahmet is one of the best promoters in the world”, says Gamboa who will function as manager for Barrera. “He knows how to match his fighters and get them in position for world title shots. And Sullivan surely has the potential to become a huge star.”

“Sullivan Barrera will be world champion very soon”, adds Oner. “He is one of the greatest talents in the sport.”

Oner has quite some experience in promoting Cuban fighters. In 2007 he signed the 2004 Olympic gold medalists Gamboa, Odlanier Solis and Yan Barthelemy. Two years later light middleweight contender Erislandy Lara turned professional under his banner as well.

ARENA Sports-Promotion is originally based in Germany but Oner lives in Miami now where he opened a branch of his globally working company last year. Besides his Cuban stars Oner also represents WBC Silver welterweight champion Selcuk Aydin who is scheduled to fight Jo Jo Dan in November and might be on collision course with former light welterweight champion Devon Alexander.

Garcia Arrives In Bacolod City

Defending WBO Light Flyweight Champion Ramon “Principe” Garcia hours ago arrived at the Silay Airport in Negros Occidental, Philippines for his scheduled world championship bout against local hero and former WBO Minimumweight World Champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes.

Garcia set foot for the first time in Bacolod City with his twin brother former world champion Raul Garcia and their team of trainers. Meeting them at the airport was ALA Promotions Director for Marketing and Media Relations Chad Canares who was with ABS-CBN News crew that interviewed the Mexican champ.

When asked how he feels about fighting Nietes in his home town, Garcia said through his interpreter that he is ready and confident of winning his first title defense.

Team Garcia was immediately whisked to Bacolod City and is checked in at the East View Hotel. Garcia will be featured in a Media Day today October 4, 2011 at the SM City Bacolod Entertainment Center at 5 PM in the afternoon where the media will get to meet the Mexican and his team for the first time.

Ramon Garcia will again hit the SM Mall the following day October 5, 2011 still at the SM City Entertainment Center in Bacolod for the PINOY PRIDE 9 PUBLIC WORK-OUT where he will showcase his training styles to the public.

This will be the first time Bacolod City will get to experience a world class boxing world championship event. PINOY PRIDE is a brainchild of ALA Promotions and ABS-CBN Sports where they not only showcase the Filipino fighters but what the Philippines has to offer to the world.

Theophane: Hatton Believes In My Talent

Ashley Theophane has revealed that the opportunity to work with Ricky Hatton persuaded him to join Hatton Promotions. The British light-welterweight champion stunned the boxing world last week when he signed a three year deal with Hatton’s mushrooming company. Other big name promoters were also hunting ‘The Treasure’, but Ash the Bash said: “I feel with Ricky Hatton behind me, I can achieve anything. Ricky believes in my talent and I feel like he can get me a shot at the world title. He has been where I want to go on the world scene.”

‘Hitman’ Hatton was eager to sign a world class light-welterweight who could emulate him and unify the 140lb division, and believes he has captured a real gem.

Theophane added: “Ricky was the king of the 140lb Division and he has passed the mantle over to me. I want to fight the world’s best and Ricky can make that happen.

“Over the next 12 months I want to win the Lonsdale belt outright and fight Erik Morales or Timothy Bradley for the world title. “

Theophane, 31, will make the second defence of his domestic crown when he meets Nigel Wright later this year.

He turned professional in June 2003 and captured the British title at Wembley Arena in February by outpointing Lenny Daws.

Theophane returned to the same venue in July and made a successful defence stopping Welshman Jason Cook in ten one-side rounds.

Mike Jones vs. Sebastian Lujan Signed & Sealed For  Cotto-Margarito Undercard

Philadelphia, PA—Undefeated welterweight contender Mike Jones, of Philadelphia, PA, makes his first appearance at Madison Square Garden on Saturday evening, Dec. 3, when he faces two-time world title challenger Sebastian Lujan, of Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, in one of the featured fights on the Miguel Cotto-Antonio Margarito card.

The winner of the Jones-Lujan 12-round contest will gain the No. 1 position in the welterweight rankings of the International Boxing  Federation (IBF), currently ruled by Andre Berto. 
“This is a tougher assignment than the ones Mike had with Jesus Soto-Karass,” said promoter J Russell Peltz, whose company is promoting this match with Top Rank, Inc. Peltz was referring to the two victories Jones (pictured) earned over Mexico’s Soto-Karras, the first one Nov. 13, 2010, in Cowboys Stadium by 10-round majority decision, the second one last Feb. 19 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas by 12-round unanimous decision.

“Mike said that if fighting Lujan over 12 rounds is what he has to do to get a title shot, then he’s fine with it. He knows what he has to do to win and he knows he has to be in the same shape—or better—than he was for the second fight with Soto-Karass.”

Jones: “Lujan puts on pressure, but not constant pressure like Soto-Karass. He moves his head a lot more than Soto-Karass but he throws wide punches. This could put me in line to fight for the world championship.”

A pro since 2005, Jones, 28, has a 25-0 record with 18 knockouts. He is ranked No. 3 by the IBF, No. 1 by the World Boxing Organization (WBO) behind champion Manny Pacquiao, No. 3 by the World Boxing Association (WBA), No. 4 by the World Boxing Council (WBC).

Jones currently holds three titles—North American Boxing Association (NABA), North American Boxing Organization (NABO) and WBC Continental Americas, but it’s the world title he craves.
Lujan, 31, scored a big win in his last fight July 1 in San Antonio, TX, when he rallied to knock out Filipino southpaw Mark Melligen in nine rounds after accepting the match on short notice.
A pro since 2001, Lujan is 38-5-2, 24 K0s. In two world title fights, he was stopped—due to a badly torn left ear—in 10 rounds by Margarito for the WBO welterweight title in 2005 in Atlantic City, NJM. Lujan also lost a 12-round decision to lefty Sergii Dzinziruk for the WBO junior middleweight title in 2006 in Munich Germany.
Lujan has won his last 12 fights in a row.


The Mike Jones-Sebastian Lujan IBF eliminator is part of the Miguel Cotto-Antonio Margarito II world championship telecast, which begins at 9 pm (EST)/6 pm (PT). It will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View and will be available to more than 292 million pay-per-view homes. The telecast will be available in HDTV for those who can receive HD. HBO Pay-Per-View, a division of Home Box Office, Inc., is the leading supplier of event programming to the pay-per-view industry.

Tickets for the Madison Square Garden card are priced at $600, $400, $300, $200, $100 and $50. They can be purchased at the Madison Square Garden box office, online at and all Ticketmaster outlets. They also are on sale at the offices of Peltz Boxing (215-765-0922).

Video: Promoter Dan Goossen Discusses Andre Ward After Getting His Stitches Removed

LOS ANGELES, CA - (Oct. 3) - In the video below, Dan Goossen discusses Olympic Gold Medalist and WBA Super Middleweight World Champion, Andre Ward just after getting his stitches removed. 

The cut caused Andre to postpone the upcoming SHOWTIME Super Six Final and WBA-WBC unification bout with Carl Froch to December 17. The location of the fight is still Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

Greene Stops Johnson

Junior middleweight contender "Mean" Joe Greene (23-1, 15 KOs) returned to action on Saturday by scoring a TKO 6 over durable veteran William "Pete" Johnson. Fighting at the Grand Ballroom at Fitzgerald's Hotel & Casino in Tunica, Mississippi, Greene showed no rust from his time off, throwing over 100 punches per round and finally getting the TKO at 2:16.

It was the perfect tune-up for Greene who was making his first appearance since suffering his first loss in June 2010, a unanimous decision against Vanes Martirosyan.

"Joe looked sensational tonight and showed no ring rust whatsoever. He was in terrific shape and looked as sharp as ever against a tough guy who was determined to make the final bell," said Greene's promoter, Greg Cohen of Greg Cohen Promotions. "We couldn't be happier with his performance. Clearly, he's got his focus back and is once again an extremely dangerous threat to any other junior middleweight in the world."

Cohen says the 25-year-old southpaw will head back to the gym immediately to continue training.

"Joe is hungry again and you just can't keep him out of the gym. He's ready to show the world what he's truly made of. We'll sit down with him and his people and decide if another tune-up fight is needed or if we'll just start talking to some of the other top contenders and champions in the division about getting in the ring with him. 2012 is going to be a great year for Joe, but not so much for his opponents."

First Pro Boxing Show For Inverness

Big-time boxing is set to hit the Highlands for the first time on Friday, December 2.

Local heroes Gary Cornish, Andrew Young and Alastair Chisholm will headline the event at the Drumossie Hotel in Inverness.

Six foot seven inch heavyweight hope Cornish has already racked up three victories (two by knockout) since turning professional earlier this year and impressed fans and pundits alike when beating Lithuanian Rolandas Cesna in Aberdeen last month.

Former Commonwealth games bronze medallist Young returns to ring for the first time two years at cruiserweight looking for a third win in four fights, whilst welterweight Chisholm will be aiming to keep his 100% record in his second contest.

Promoter Chris Gilmour said: “It’s hard to believe that the Highlands has never hosted professional boxing, but that will change in Inverness on December 2.

“I’m very excited about the show and I’m sure boxing fans will be too because I believe we will see three fine prospects in action.

“Gary has really grabbed everyone’s attention – and not just because he’s six foot seven inches tall! He’s at the very early stages of his professional career, but he has already impressed everyone who has seen him in action as he looks to have all the tools to finally end Scotland’s long wait for a champion in the heavyweight division.

“Andrew was one of the world’s top amateurs, but he has suffered with injury since he turned pro and hasn’t had as many fights as he would have hoped for, but he’s now back in top condition and raring to go.

“Alastair turned professional at the St Andrew’s Sporting Club in Glasgow in June and was very impressive against a vastly more experienced opponent. We have high hopes for him and I’m sure he’ll be looking forward to boxing in front of a hometown audience this time.

“Scottish boxing is in its healthiest state for years and the Highlands is a real hotbed for stars of the future, so it will be good for these up and comers to showcase themselves on their own doorsteps.”

Tickets are priced at £1000 for a table of ten or £100 per person and include a champagne reception and three-course dinner. Contact Laura on 07769 697899 / for further information.

Barker Still Devastated Over His Loss To Martinez

Euro middleweight titleholder Darren Barker returned to England on Monday after his 11th round KO loss to world champion Sergio Martinez in Atlantic City. “I’m still devastated by the defeat as I felt great in camp, in the changing room and in the ring and even though I was written off from day one – we all believed we could do it. After eight rounds I felt so in control and felt I had the beating of him. I knew it was tight but knew I would need to win the last few rounds to be in the mix so tried to do so and came unstuck. I could have survived and lost on points but that’s not what I’m about and that’s not what boxing is about. I’m looking forward to the rest and hopefully we can manufacture another shot in the New Year.”

Barker’s promoter Eddie Hearn says work will begin right away on Barker’s next step and he hopes to capitalise on the Londoner’s big night in Atlantic City to get him another bite at a major title.

“It was just an incredible performance,” said Hearn. “Nobody gave Darren a shot. I would say it was at times disrespectful but when you look at the task, he was putting it on the line against one of boxing’s all time greats and matched him on so many different levels. Darren came to win and that’s what eventually lead to the stoppage. He tried to WIN, not survive and we should all embrace that. Darren would have beaten any middleweight in the world but Martinez….the real work starts now. He has made a huge name for himself and I will get him another shot in 2012 but for now we should get behind him for putting it all on the line.”

Juanma Stops Oliver In Two, Results From Puerto Rico

Juan Manuel Lopez (31-1 28KOs) returned to the win column with a second round TKO over Mike Oliver (25-3 8KOs) Saturday night at Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Baymon, Puerto Rico. Time was 2:32.

Jonathan Oquendo KO(2) Jose Luis Araiza
Roman Martinez TKO(6) Daniel Attah
Luis Joel Gonzalez UD(6) Edward Valdez

Martinez KOs Barker, Results From Atlantic City

Sergio Martinez (48-2-2 27KOs) scored an eleventh round KO over Darren Barker (23-1 13KOs) Saturday night at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ. A right hand sent Barker down and out for the count. Time was 1:29.

Andy Lee (27-1 19KOs) outworked Brian Vera (19-6 12KOs) on his way to a ten round unanimous decision. Lee scored a knockdown in the second and would go on to control the bout at a safe distance, allowing him to land his punches accurately. Scores were 98-91, 99-90 (twice).

Isaac Chilemba KO(2) Jameson Bostic
Sean Monaghan TKO(4) Kentrell Claiborne
Magomed Abdusalamov TKO(1) Kevin Burnett
Steve Martinez TKO(5) Jay Krupp
J'Leon Love UD(6) Eddie Hunter
Boyd Melson UD(6) Russ Niggemyer
Troy Artis TKO(3) Israel Duffus 

Nishioka Defeats Marquez, Results From Las Vegas

Toshiaki Nishioka (39-4-3 24KOs) retained his WBC super bantamweight title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Rafael Marquez (40-7 36KOs) Saturda night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV. Scores were 117-111, 116-112, 115-113.

In a bout for the WBA light flweight title, Roman Gonzalez knocked out Omar Soto inside of two rounds. Time was 0:36.

Yoshihiro Kamegai TKO(6) Hector Munoz
Jose Beranza SD(10) Christopher Martin
Hiromitsu Miura UD(6) Hector Hernandez
Carlos Linares TKO(1) Kevin Riding-In

Taylor Receives Boxing License In Nevada

Former world champ Jermain Taylor received his boxing license in Nevada this week following a 5-0 vote from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Although Taylor's return will most likely take place somewhere other than Nevada, the decision clears the way for other states to issue him a license, as Nevada is known as being the strictest when it comes to issuing boxing licenses.

Hernandez Captures IBF Title, Results From Germany

Yoan Pablo Hernandez captured the IBF cruiserweight title by earning a six round technical decision over Steve Cunningham Saturday night in Neubrandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Cunningham was knocked down in the opening round, but would eventually rebound. However, following the sixth round, the bout was stopped due to a cut suffered by Hernandez due to a headbutt. As result, they went to scoredcards, which read: 57-56 (Cunningham), 58-55, 59-54 in favor of Hernandez.

Grzegorz Proksa TKO(3) Sebastian Sylvester
Karo Murat D(12) Gabriel Campillo
Edmund Gerber KO(7) Yohan Banks

Rees vs Mathews Ends In Draw

The EBU lightweight title bout between Gavin Rees and Derry Mathews ended in a four round draw after a clash of heads left Mathews with a broken nose. With Mathews unable to continue, the bout was stopped.

Cintron Parts Ways With Top Rank, Bout With "Canelo" Possible

It was announced earlier this week that Kermit Cintron asked for and was granted his release from his promotional contract with Top Rank. Now a free agent, Cintron will be looking to sign with another promotional company.

Interestingly, Cintron's name has been mentioned as a possible for for Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, who plans to fight before the end of of 2011. However, for such a bout to be possible, Cintron would have to sign with Golden Boy Promotions, who also handle Alvarez.

Martirosyan To Headline "Top Rank Live" Oct. 29

Vanes Martirosyan will look to remain unbeaten when he faces Richard Gutierrez in the featured bout of Top Rank's "Top Rank Live" on October 29 at WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, OK. More details to be announced soon.

W. Klitschko Planning December Return

Wladimir Klitschko is in the process of working out a deal that would see him return to the ring this December. Although nothing is official yet, Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4 22KOs) appears to be the next opponent for Klitschko. If everything goes according to plan, the bout would take place on December 10 in Germany.

"ShoBox" Results

Olusegun Ajose earned a shot at World Boxing Council (WBC) super lightweight champion and Mexican legend Erik Morales with a unanimous decision victory over Ali Chebah in Friday’s main event of ShoBox: The New Generation on SHOWTIME® from Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, Calif.

In the ShoBox co-feature, No. 5-ranked World Boxing Association (WBA) and 12th-ranked World Boxing Organization (WBO) lightweight Darley Perez scored a sixth round knockout over Oscar Meza when Meza’s corner stopped the bout following the sixth round. The win advanced the unbeaten prospect to 23-0 with 18 KOs. 

In the main event, Ajose, the No. 1-ranked super lightweight contender, came out with an unorthodox yet aggressive style, landing sweeping right hooks on Chebah, the No. 6-ranked contender. Ajose opened up the third round with fireworks, landing a huge right hand to the top of Chebah’s head that send him stumbling to the canvas. Chebah beat the count but was immediately met with another onslaught from Ajose, who knocked down his opponent in 10 seconds with a brutal right hook. Miraculously, Chebah survived the round, although he lost it 10-7 on the judges’ scorecards. 

Ajose (30-0, 15 KOs), of Nigeria, continued his showmanship yet he slowed his pace and failed to inflict much damage as the 12 round contest wore on. Chebah never relented in coming forward but an injured right hand prevented him from landing any damaging punches while the majority of Ajose’s power shots were high and wide. 

Chebah (33-2, 26 KOs), of France, came on strong in the championship rounds, winning the crowd over in the 12th as they chanted his name. In the end, Chebah didn’t do enough to win over the judges, who scored the bout 120-106 and 119-107, twice. 

“I have to give respect to him – he was a good opponent,” said Ajose. “I wanted to stop him in the third but he’s strong and he kept going. I had to be careful. I think I hit him well but he trained hard. I hurt my hand in the middle rounds and wasn’t able to finish him.” 

Ajose, who was making his U.S. debut, now has his sights on Morales and the WBC title. 

“I am the mandatory challenger so there isn’t any reason I shouldn’t fight him,” Ajose said. “He’s the champion so let’s get it on. They need to keep their promise and let us fight. I’m ready as soon as possible. I’d fight him tomorrow if they let me.”

While Chebah didn’t protest the decision loss he did think the scores should have been a little closer. 

“I think I lost but not by as much as the judges had it,” Chebah said. “I wasn’t able to compete at the level I wanted. The gamep lan was to get him tired as the rounds went on, but in the third my hand swelled and I didn’t get any body shots. I just didn’t have any power in my right hand and that was the difference.”

Boxing legend and ShoBox commentator Antonio Tarver was impressed with Ajose’s performance.

“Ajose seemed like the real deal tonight and I don’t blame Morales if he doesn’t want to fight him,” Tarver said. 

In the co-feature, Perez breezed through what was supposed to be the toughest test of his young career. 

The Colombian prospect dominated the fight and dictated the pace, opening a cut over Meza’s right eye in the third and then another, deeper gash under Meza’s left eye with a hard right hook in the fifth. Meza (22-4, 18 KOs) came out for the sixth but Perez’s speed and power were too much for the out-matched Mexican and referee Tony Crebs stopped the bout following the sixth round at the instruction of Meza’s corner. 

“I was just getting into rhythm when they stopped it but I’m really happy with my performance,” Perez said. “I usually get warmed up after the sixth round so I think I would have knocked him out.”

“I thought they would have stopped the fight in the fifth. I could see it in his eyes – he was hurt. It was a good stoppage.”

While disappointed with his performance, Meza disagreed with his corner. 

“I thought I would do more damage in the fight,” Meza said. “After I got hit in the left eye I couldn’t see the punches coming. I was hurt but I think I could have rallied. I’m not happy with the stoppage but I’ll live to fight another day.” 

Perez, a Colombian Olympian who was making his ShoBox debut, did enough against the experienced and battle-tested Meza to impress Tarver. 

“Perez looked sharp,” Tarver said. “His balance was good and he had the perfect angles. He did everything he should and I think he’s going to be a heck of a contender in this division.”

Friday’s fights will be available On Demand beginning Monday, Oct. 3 and ending Sunday, Oct. 16. 

Curt Menefee called the ShoBox action from ringside with Steve Farhood and Tarver serving as expert analysts. Gordon Hall was the executive producer of ShoBox with Richard Gaughan producing and Rick Phillips directing. 

For information on SHOWTIME Sports Programming, including exclusive behind-the-scenes video and photo galleries, complete telecast information and more, please go the new SHOWTIME Sports website at

Darley Perez RTD 6 Oscar Meza 
Jesus Antonio Hernandez UD 6 Rodrigo Aranda 
Rufino Serrano UD 6 Jaime Villa 
Joshua Landers UD 4 Ethan Cox 
Roy Tapia KO 2 Edgar Flores

"Solo Boxeo Tecate" Results

Fight fans were treated to an explosive night of boxing at The Hangar at the OC Fair & Event Center where three local Santa Ana fighters took center stage on the six-fight card. If you missed the live action or the TeleFutura "Sólo Boxeo Tecate" broadcast, below is a summary of the results:

Luis Ramos Jr KO 5 David Rodela 
Ronny Rios UD 8 Roger Gonzalez 
Andrae Carthron RTD 3 Tyree Ortiz 
Bobby Chavez UD 4 Nicolas Balestra 
Jose Manuel Sanchez TKO 1 Christian Gonzalez 

"Sólo Boxeo Tecate" returns next week to feature some of the fighters who will be featured on the October 15 HBO Pay-Per-View event headlined by the WBC and Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight World Championship between Bernard Hopkins and Chad Dawson as the broadcast will re-air classic fights between Bernard Hopkins and Antonio Tarver (Hopkins W12 on June 10, 2006), Jorge Linares and Rocky Juarez (Linares W10 on July 31, 2010) as well as Danny Garcia and Mike Arnauotis (Garcia KO4 on October 8, 2010). The TeleFutura broadcast begins at 11:30pm ET / PT (10:30pm CT).

Cunningham-Hernandez Weights

Photo: Photo Wende

Steve Cunningham 199.1 vs. Yoan Pablo Hernandez 200

Sebastian Sylvester 159.6 vs. Grzegorz Proksa 159.6
Karo Murat 174.8 vs. Gabriel Campillo 173.9

Lo Greco Has Title Stripped

After refusing to defend against mandatory challenger Victor Lupo, the WBC has made the decision to strip Phil Lo Greco of his International welterweight title. Hennessy Sports Canada, which has already paid the sanction fee for this WBC International title bout, will be given the chance to promote the vacant championship between Lupo and an opponent to be named.

Juanma-Oilver Weights

Photos: PRBBP/José Pérez

Juanma Lopez 124 vs. Mike Oliver 125
Rocky Martinez 129 vs. Daniel Attah 129
José Luis Araiza 121 vs. Jonathan Oquendo 121
Edward Valdez 134 vs. Luis Joel González 135
Omar González 122 vs. Camilo Pérez 124
Anthony Sánchez 140 vs. Carlos López 139
Radames Vélez 138 vs. Kenneth Díaz 142
José Del Valle 133 vs. Rafael González 134
Peter Rampolla 132.7 vs. Jeffrey Fontánez 130.9

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