Team Sergio Hires Crudele as Camp Coordinator

  Fitness guru and reality television star Marcelo Crudele has been named new camp coordinator for WBC Diamond Middleweight Champion Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez.   Caracas, Venezuela-born Crudele, 40, is a cast member of the Univision reality show “Dale con Ganas”, a licensed USA Boxing coach and Founder and Executive Trainer of Train Me Right Boxing […]

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Boxing classes help bullied teens cope Kansas City Star The first jabs landed politely, like the boxing students were tapping the punching bags on the shoulders instead of pummeling them. Then, the music started blasting — hard, driving beats, the kind that push everyone in the club onto the dance floor. See all stories on this topic »  […]

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Boxing bout reinstatement down for the count Promoters of Sonny Bill Williams’ latest boxing bout have knocked down suggestions they reinstate his initial opponent after the man was bailed from jail. Richard Tutaki, 33, had been scheduled to fight the All Blacks star on February 3 but Williams’ … See all stories on this topic »      […]

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Boxing legend Muhammad Ali turns 70 euronews The legendary heavyweight showman of the boxing world, Muhammad Ali, turned 70 on Tuesday. He celebrated with family and friends in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky at the weekend. He was the first man to win the world … See all stories on this topic »      Quebec boxer alleges Boxing Canada is ‘fixed’ […]

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Lamont Peterson upsets Amir Khan ESPN By Dan Rafael WASHINGTON — Lamont Peterson has beaten the odds his whole life, and he has defied them again in the boxing ring. Peterson, with his hometown cheering him on, won a split decision against Amir Khan to lift a pair of junior welterweight … See all stories on this topic […]

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Junior’s a winner “I’m so very happy with my performance,” exclaimed Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. to the press after his spirited TKO win over a hard-charging Peter Manfredo Jr. For more boxing news and analysis, check out The Boxing Tribune. He had good reason to be. … See all stories on this topic »    It ain’t over yet […]


By: Rich Bergeron Mike Pusateri, a professional middleweight boxer who fought all over the world, died recently. He passed suddenly, leaving family and friends with a huge hole in their lives. Pusateri’s legacy may not be as large as the late, great “Smokin’” Joe Frazier, but he certainly impacted the local boxing community and quietly […]

Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame Dinner Details

  WHAT: 7th annual Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame (“CBHOF”) Induction Dinner   WHO:   Class of 2011 Inductees   Five-time world champion Vinny “The Pazmanian Devil” Paz, judge Glenn Feldman, 1996 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team Captain Lawrence Clay-Bey, world light heavyweight title challenger Eric “Magic Man” Harding, ringside physician Dr. Michael Schwartz and, posthumously, standout amateur boxer Kelvin Anderson and boxing coach Billy Taylor   […]

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