1,200 fight fans packed the Belasco Theater to watch some of the best up and coming fighters that Los Angeles has to offer. Photo by Jason Lewis
Timothy Bradley had a tough time in his first bout since the controversial decision over Manny Pacquiao; Hopkins takes much younger fighter to school.
Terrel ‘Tyger’ Williams, left, hurt his opponent bad with a right hand and the fight was quickly over, giving Williams another first round knockout. Photo by Jason Lewis
Cruiserweight boxer Paul Parker traveled to Hollywood for his first professional fight, and he put on a show…that lasted about two minutes. A big right hand punch and this fight was over. Photo by Jason Lewis
Pacquiao/Bradley decision has boxing fans screaming corruption…again!
Manny Pacquiao (right) out punched Timothy Bradley, and hurt him a few times, but the judges gave the fight to Bradley. Legendary boxing trainer Teddy Atlas called the decision a case of “incompetence or corruption.”
A revolutionary program in a state of the art Carson gym is bringing great athletic ability back to the heavyweight division.
Dominic Breazeale’s athletic career was nearly over when he did not make it to the NFL as a quarterback out of the University of Northern Colorado, but his 6-7, 270 pound frame is perfect for the sport of boxing.
Rau’Shee “Baby Pit” Warren (right) of the L.A. Matadors and Donchai Thathi of the Bangkok of Elephants battled it out this past Sunday at the Music Box in Hollywood to close out the five-bout event. To see this epic battle and the rest of the fights from that night, tune into Fox Sports West. Photo by Jason Lewis
Terrel “Tyger” Williams fights Thursday, September 29, at Hollywood Park Casino. Photo by Jason Lewis
An upset Floyd Mayweather knocks out Victor Ortiz in the fourth round after an illegal head butt delivered by Ortiz.