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CANADIAN CHAMP TO MEET NEW ZEALAND CHAMP

The Canadian Super middleweight champion will be traveling down under to meet the New Zealand champion


Shakeel Phinn who is trained by Ian MacKillop at the Donnybrook Gym in Montreal and is promoted by GYM Promotions will be meeting Mose Auimatagi on July 21st at the ABA Stadium in Auckland.

HALL OF FAME BROADCASTER AL BERNSTEIN MARKS 15-YEAR MILESTONE WITH SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®

 Legendary Boxing Analyst Has Been Part of the Biggest and Most Memorable Events In Boxing History


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By Craig Hubble
NABF PRESIDENT

It is with an incredibly heavy heart that I pass along that our dear friend Sam Macias passed away Thursday night.

Sammy devoted so much his life to boxing, as Chairman of and a Commissioner with the Nevada Athletic Commission, as a member of the Board of Governors and Continental Americas Championship Chairman for the WBC, and as President and a long time Executive Board member of the NABF (which I like to think, besides his beautiful wife Sandy, was Sammy's true love).

Like so many of you, I owe a debt of gratitude to Sammy that I could never truly express and that I certainly could never repay. Sammy assigned me to supervise my very first bout (Vernon Forrest vs Ray Oliveira on Nov. 7, 1997), and, along with his partner-in-crime Dickie Cole, Sammy was instrumental in almost anything and everything that I have received through boxing. We always stress how much the NABF is like a family. In large part, that is due to Sammy.

Sammy was truly one of kind, and, despite how much it pains me to write this, I also can't help but think of all of the GREAT times that we shared over the years.

RIP, my dear friend. I do not have the words to express how much you will be missed.

CLARESSA SHIELDS WINS IBF AND WBA MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD TITLES FRIDAY ON SHOWTIME®


​Christina Hammer Defends WBC and WBO Middleweight Belts With Unanimous Decision
Against Tori Nelson

Catch The Replay Monday, June 25, At 10 p.m. ET/PT On SHOWTIME EXTREME®


​Claressa Shields became a two-division world champion, and Christina Hammer retained her two world title belts as both scored unanimous decision victories on Friday night on SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION from the Masonic Temple inDetroit, Mich.

And now they have their sights set on one another.



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SHIELDS GETS DROPPED AND THEN DOMINATES

Marlene Marquez

Chris Jan Jaszczuk

Ray Spencer

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BERNSTEIN CELEBRATES 15 YEARS

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BOXING LOSES A TRUE GENTLEMAN