1. PBC / Showtime
-Gervonta Davis stops Hugo Ruiz by the 1st (Abner Mares Replacement) to defend his WBA (Super) 130 Title
-Mario Barrios (22-0) finishes Richard Zamora
-Javier Fortuna defeats Sharif Bogere (Wants Tank Davis Next)
-Erickson Lubin retires Ishe Smith by stoppage
2. Goldenboy / DAZN
-Alberto Machado gets stopped and loses his WBA (Reg) against Andrew Cancio
-Joseph Diaz defeats Charles Huerta by decision
-Rey Vargas defends his WBC 122 title against Franklin Manzanilla
3. Philly Special / Raging Babe
-Philly bantamweight Christian Carto KO’d for first loss
-Sonny Conto wins Debut by Stoppage (New Top Rank Heavyweight)
-Darmani Rock finishes his opponent
4. Top Rank / ESPN
-Jose Ramirez vs. Jose Zepeda Live Fight Chat
-Raymundo Beltran returns to face 19-0 Hiroki Okada
-Genesis Servania meets 21-0 Carlos Castro
-Prospect Gabriel Flores Jr makes his return
-Saul Rodriguez is back in action
Other Notes 📝
-Floyd Mayweather told reporters last night that he’s arranged for Gervonta Davis to fight Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition bout this April in Japan. Mayweather himself knocked out Tenshin in December.
-Marcos Maidana has reiterated that he will return to the ring in 2019. He intends to link back up with Al Haymon’ PBC and get down to welterweight again.
-Naoya Inoue vs Emmanuel Rodriguez is being planned for a WBSS semi-final double-header shared with Josh Taylor on May 18th in Glasgow, according to Rodriguez’s manager Juan Orengo.
-Richard Commey has been ruled out for six weeks due to a knuckle injury and so cannot unify with Vasyl Lomachenko on April 12th as planned, according to promoter Lou DiBella. Now a very solid chance Anthony Crolla will be Loma’s next opponent.
-Bob Arum has stated that he intends for Teofimo Lopez to pursue the WBC lightweight title, with the ultimate goal being an undisputed fight with Vasyl Lomachenko next year. The promoter also said he’d love Lopez to fight Luke Campbell and Jose Pedraza in 2019.
-Two-Part Muhammad Ali documentary to air on HBO this spring
-Manny Pacquiao’s Son, Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao Jr. or Jimuel as he’s fondly known – made his amateur debut on Saturday afternoon in Alabang.
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