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Carl Froch to Defend Super Middleweight Title Against George Groves on November 23rd on AWE

by on Oct.27, 2013, under Boxing News, Press Releases

Much Anticipated UK Clash Lands on AWE

SAN DIEGO, CA, October 26, 2013 — On Saturday afternoon November 23rd, boxing fans will get an early holiday gift as one of most anticipated All-English bouts in a long time will take place as IBF/WBA Super Middleweight champion Carl Froch defends his crown against undefeated George Groves.

The bout will be televised LIVE and exclusively in the United States by AWE and awetv.com (continue reading…)

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George Groves Scores a Dominant Unanimous Decision over Glen Johnson

by on Dec.17, 2012, under Boxing News

By Adeyinka Makinde

 

Groves (at right) rallies against Johnson (photo courtesy of Skysports.com)

Groves (at right) rallies against Johnson (photo courtesy of Skysports.com)

 LONDON, Saturday, December 15th – George Groves, the Commonwealth super-middleweight champion, floored Glen Johnson in the 12th and final round en route to a lop-sided unanimous decision.

 The 24-year-old Groves was made to work hard at times by the wily, determined Johnson who coming into this bout had lost four of his last five fights. (continue reading…)

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Guerrero Welterwight Debut Successful in Classic Slugfest vs. Aydin!

by on Jul.30, 2012, under Boxing News

Report by Chris Morgan

Photos by Brett Ostrowski and Rico Ramirez

Guerrero (left) attacks Aydin wiith a right

Guerrero (left) attacks Aydin wiith a straight left.

SAN JOSE, CA, July 28, 2012 — Questions were answered, tempers flared and the fans were treated to one of the most consistently action packed cards of the year at the HP Pavilion in Downtown San Jose. Local favorite Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero earned a hard fought unanimous decision against the never-say- die Turk, Selcuk Aydin. 

Selcuk Aydin (23-0 (17 kos) entered the ring first to ear deafening boos but seemed to enjoy his moment in the spotlight albeit in a negative light, relishing the villain role as he smiled and laughed on his way to the ring. There were a handful of Turkish flag waving fans sprinkled throughout the arena that more than made up for their small numbers with loud chants of “Selcuk, Selcuk, Selcuk”, this showing of support for the foreign “enemy” fighter further spurred the local Guerrero supporters into a frenzy. (continue reading…)

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