Tag: Donovan George
Kermit Cintron won a world title at welterweight. Take away two suspicious losses to the disgraced cheater Antonio Margarito and he’s never lost as a welterweight. He has almost insurmountable physical gifts of height and superior strength as a welterweight.
And so, after losing three of four in a disastrous 18-month stretch, what’s he going to do to get his career back on track?
He’s going back to welterweight. (continue reading…)
Donovan George vs. David Lopez & Adrian Granados vs. Kermit Cintron
CHICAGO, February 25, 2013 – Chicago fan favorite and perennial contender Donovan “Da Bomb” George will battle world title challenger David “The Destroyer” Lopez of Nogales, Mexico in a ten round middleweight bout on FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2013 at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion.
The George/Lopez clash will be featured as the main event broadcast on ESPN Friday Night Fights complimented by an all-action ten round welterweight tilt between sensational prospect and hot Chicago attraction Adrian “EL Tigre” Granados and former world champion, The Fighting Pride of Carolina, Puerto Rico, Kermit “EL Asesino” Cintron. (continue reading…)
‘At 160 lbs. I Can’t Be Beat!’
CHICAGO, IL, February 12, 2013 — Heavy-handed slugger Don “Da Bomb” George (24-3-1, 21 KOs) made his debut at middleweight a quick one on Friday, February 1, as he demolished Springfield, Missouri’s James Cook in less than a round at the UIC Pavilion in George’s hometown of Chicago.
The normally durable Cook had gone five rounds with world-class middleweight Andy Lee in his previous fight, but one body shot from George was enough to force him to call it a night. (continue reading…)
CARLOS MOLINA VS. CORY SPINKS
ARTUR SZPILKA VS. MIKE MOLLO
ANTWONE SMITH VS. JOSE LUIS CASTILLO
PLUS DONOVAN GEORGE, MIKE JIMENEZ AND JIMMY MURPHY
CHICAGO — ESPN Friday Night Fights will return to the UIC Pavilion on FEBRUARY 1, 2013 headlined by an IBF Junior Middleweight Title Eliminator between Chicago fan favorite and perennial contender “King” Carlos Molina and two division and five-time world champion Cory “The Next Generation” Spinks.