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Keith Thurman defeats Josesito Lopez in Brooklyn

At the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York undefeated WBA welterweight champion Keith "One Time" Thurman (29-0, 22 KOs) made his in-ring return after a 22-month layoff due to various injuries. Thurman defended his “Super” version of the WBA title against Riverside, California’s Josesito Lopez (36-8, 19 KOs) in a twelve-round contest in front of a crowd of 9,632 fans.

Heavyweight Stunner: Oscar Rivas KOs Bryant Jennings in 12th Round

For 11 rounds, the action happened in fits and starts. Then, in round 12, heavyweight contender Oscar Rivas lowered the boom, knocking out former world title challenger Bryant “B.Y.” Jennings. Rivas knocked down Jennings in the 12th round, then a follow-up flurry pinned Jennings against the ropes and forced referee Gary Rosato to stop the fight.
 
At the time of the stoppage, the judges’ scorecards were as followed: 106-103 Jennings, 106-103 Rivas, and 105-104 Rivas.

Canelo Alvarez stops Rocky Fielding at Madison Square Garden

This past weekend the world’s most famous arena welcomed boxing’s current most renowned pugilist when Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) stepped inside the ring against the United Kingdom’s Rocky Fielding (27-2, 15 KOs). The 28-year old Alvarez would be making his first foray into the super middleweight (168) division as he challenged for Fielding’s WBA title and making his New York debut at Madison Square Garden.

Teofimo Lopez has Star Making Performance in New York City

Top lightweight Teofimo Lopez scored an explosive 44-second knockout over Mason Menard this past Saturday night at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in a scheduled ten-round bout that was viewed by a massive audience on ESPN.


Lopez landed a crushing right hand that had Menard plummeting face-first on to the cnavas, in what was the opening televised bout on the Vasilly Lomachenko - Jose Pedraza lightweight unification card.

Lopez is now the NABA, NABF and USBA Lightweight champion.

Lomachenko Decisions Pedraza, Unifies WBA/WBO Lightweight World Titles

WBA lightweight champion Vasiliy Lomachenko wanted to unify lightweight world titles. After 12 rounds, he got his wish, although WBO champion Jose Pedraza sure didn't make it easy and halted Lomachenko's eight-bout knockout streak in the process.

Lomachenko (12-1 9 KOs,) defeated Pedraza (25-2, 12 KOs) via unanimous decision in front of a sold-out crowd of 5,312 at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden to unify world titles for the first time in his illustrious career.

Scores were 119-107 and 117-109 2X.