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Warren-Gallo Ruled ‘No Decision’, Shimmell Pounds Williams in Chi-Town’s ‘Holiday Bash’

by on Dec.13, 2014, under Boxing News

By Juan C. Ayllon

Photos by Efren Gutierrez

 

Rau'shee Warren, at right, tries to tap gloves with Javier Gallo after dumping him into the ropes in their short-lived bout.

Rau’shee Warren, at right, tries to tap gloves with Javier Gallo after dumping him into the ropes in their short-lived bout.

 

CHICAGO, December 12, 2014 — There were thrills in supporting bouts, but what promised to be a barnburner at the UIC Pavilion ended in a whimper.

Last night’s main event at the UIC Pavilion had scarcely began when a right hook from the undefeated Rau’shee Warren (12-0, 3 knockouts, 117.5 lbs.) deposited the onrushing Javier Gallo (21-10-1, 12 KO’s, 118 lbs.) into the ropes. Righting himself, Gallo resumed the chase. The combatants circled. Unfortunately, before the bout got untracked, about a minute later, their heads slammed together and, blinking, Gallo collapsed. Writhing in pain, he rolled over on his back. Some booing ensued. (continue reading…)

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Jack Sharkey: Read him and weep

by on May.06, 2009, under Guest Columnists

jacksharkeyBy Mike Casey

It was October 12, 1931, at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn and the real Jack Sharkey was standing up. Curbing his often volcanic temperament as best he could, Jack was confidently firing punches through the chill air and showing 30,000 shivering spectators his enviable talent as he set about exploding the myth that a 262lb giant called Primo Carnera was invincible. Then Sharkey almost blew it. (continue reading…)

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