Ramos, Gallimore, Greer win in Phoenix
May 23, 2016

By Kurt Freitag

In the eight round main event, unbeaten super bantamweight Francisco C. De Vaca (15-0, 5 KOs) scored an eighth round technical knockout over Gustavo Molina (22-12, 9 KOs) in a clash for the NABF “Junior” title on Friday night at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. In round four De Vaca unleashed flurries of punches on the intrepid Molina who weathered the storm. The two fighters continued to trade punches until round eight. In the last round, De Vaca finally wore down Molina scoring a knockdown. Molina recovered from the knockdown but was greeted by even more combos from De Vaca, causing the referee to stop the fight. The time was 2:49.

In the co-main event, unbeaten super welterweight “El Chapulin” Daniel Valdivia (11-0, 9 KOs) scored a first round technical knockout over Miguel Munguia (31-34-1, 25 KOs). Valdivia dominated the fight against the outclassed Munguia. Valdivia knocked down Munguia twice in the first round with a series of devastating combos, the second time the referee stopped the bout. Time was 2:06.

In a special feature bout, super lightweight Abel Ramos (16-1-2, 11 KOs) scored a fifth round knockout over previously undefeated Dario “Macizo” Ferman (13-1, 10 KOs). Ramos controlled the first three rounds, knocking down Ferman in the third. The aggressive Ferman came out in round four swinging wildly, throwing off Ramos and winning the round. In the fifth round, Ramos hit Ferman with a combo to the body, knocking down Ferman for good. Time was 2:02.

Ramos’ Journeyman management stablemates unbeaten Nathaniel Gallimore (13-0-1, 10 KOs) and super bantamweight Joshua Greer Jr.(8-1-1, 2 KOs) were also victorious. Gallimore won a unanimous decision over Hector Mercado (2-6, 0 KOs) who has never been stopped as a pro. Greer decisioned veteran Raymond Chacon (6-19, 0 KOs) in a very entertaining fight.

The card was promoted by Iron Boy Promotions with Mike Sanchez as the matchmaker.

Granados Returns June 11 on SHOWTIME Extreme
April 19, 2016


Russian heavyweight Andrey Fedosov, who won the 2015 ESPN Boxcino tournament, and junior welterweight contender Adrian Granados, who’s coming off a huge upset of Amir Imam, will both have their next fights on June 11 at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York, adding depth to an already loaded card.

Their 10-round bouts will be televised on Showtime Extreme as part of the undercard of the Showtime-televised tripleheader headlined by the network debut of former junior welterweight titlist Ruslan Provodnikov (25-4, 18 KOs) against John Molina Jr. (28-6, 23 KOs) in a fight most expect to be a slugfest.

Fedosov (28-3, 23 KOs), 30, who lives in Los Angeles, has not fought since last May, when he knocked out Donovan Dennis in the eighth round to win the Boxcino tournament. He will fight Mario Heredia (13-1, 11 KOs), 23, of Mexico.

“It’s a good opportunity for Andrey to showcase his skills. I think Andrey, within the next year, will be fighting for the heavyweight championship,” Artie Pelullo of Banner Promotions told “He has a TV-friendly style. He comes right at you. He’s a great addition to the card.”

Granados (17-4-2, 12 KOs), 26, of Chicago, who has a lost each of his fights by either split or majority decision, scored a major upset in November with his eighth-round knockout of Imam, who made the mistake of taking on Granados in what was supposed to be a tuneup fight before a mandatory shot at world titleholder Viktor Postol.

Granados’ opponent has not yet been determined.

In the other two bouts on Showtime, former junior middleweight titlist Demetrius Andrade (22-0, 15 KOs) will face Willie Nelson (25-2-1, 15 KOs) in a world title-elimination bout for the right to challenge the winner of the May 21 vacant-title fight between Jermell Charlo and John Jackson, and Dejan Zlaticanin (21-0, 14 KOs) and Emiliano Marsili (32-0-1, 14 KOs) clash for a vacant lightweight world title.

Gallimore Returns May 5th
April 11, 2016

Nate Gallimore (12-0-1, 10 KOs) vs. Wes Capper (12-2, 8 KOs) over 8 Rounds at 155 lbs.
The Golden State Belt will be on the line with the fight happening in Orange County, CA.

Video of Gallimore’s 1st Round KO
April 7, 2016

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Gallimore Wins by 1st Round KO
April 7, 2016

It is a promoter’s dream when local fighters, making their pro debuts, win before hundreds of their supporters. That is what happened at Thursday night’s Fight Club OC show from The Hangar at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, CA.

Before a sold out crowd of 1,432, which was the eighth straight Fight Club OC sellout, Santa Ana’s Ricky Frausto scored a UD win over game Steven Chad McKinney. Frausto scored a 1st round knockdown and kept the pressure on Las Vegas based McKinney all night, and fans showed their appreciation by tossing over $100 into the ring.

Huntington Beach heavyweight Adam Stewart, who had nearly 100 fans in attendance, won his professional debut with a four round split decision over 1-1 Matt McKinney of Oceanside. Two judges scored it 39-37 for Stewart, who was more accurate all night with his punches.

The third local debut fighter saw San Pedro’s Gabriel Green stop San Diego’s Andrew Lagdaan in the second round with appreciate fans again tossing money into the ring.

Undefeated Chicago boxer Nate Gallimore ran his record to 12-0 with a first round TKO over Luis Alfredo Lugo. A hard shot to the liver dropped Lugo and he could not recover in time.

The Fight Club OC show opened with LA’s Cashton Young stopping Dakota Walker in the second round. Young going to 2-0 dropped Walker with a big right and after beating the 10 count, he was floored again and the bout was waved off.

Thursday, June 9th will be the next edition of Fight Club OC.

Nathaniel Gallimore: Weigh-in Video
April 6, 2016

Nathaniel Gallimore (152.5) vs. Luis Alfredo Lugo (152.2)

Nathaniel Gallimore to Fight this Thursday, April 7
Streamed LIVE via the Periscope App!
April 5, 2016

Nathaniel Gallimore (11-0-1, 9 KOs) returns Thursday, April 7th, in a bout that will be streamed LIVE via the Periscope App at 10:00 pm EST.

  1.  Download the “Periscope” app on your mobile device
  2. Follow @ FightClubOC
  3. Watch the fight LIVE @ 10:00 pm EST!




Chicago’s Josh Greer Beats East L.A.’s Montelongo in L.A
March 26, 2016


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By: David A. Avila

LOS ANGELES-In a cross country battle Chicago’s Josh Greer survived a knockdown in the first round to defeat East L.A.’s Xavier “The Mongoose” Montelongo on Saturday to win the California State Featherweight title.

Several Chicago fighters ventured to the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown L.A. to participate on the All Star Boxing fight card. It was a long night of boxing with most of the bouts evenly matched. In attendance was singer/actor Frank Stallone of Rocky fame and David Koechner who plays the whammy guy in both Anchorman movies.

Montelongo (9-4-1) caught Greer (7-1-1) with a perfectly timed counter right that floored the Chicago fighter but did not seem to hurt him. Greer recovered quickly and rallied furiously in the first round.

Greer seemed to catch Montelongo repeatedly with right hands, but when the East L.A. boxer pinned him against the ropes and took the fight inside it changed the complexion of the fight. But he needed to hold Greer and it wasn’t long before he was warned by referee Jack Reiss to refrain from grappling.

Both fought for control of the fight but it was Greer who continually landed flush right hands. Montelongo had moments when he scored with rapid combinations on the inside but not enough to offset those stifling rights from the Chicago fighter.

Things changed for good in the third round as Greer discovered that rights were the antidote to Montelongo continually diving in. From that point on the Chicago boxer was in control and seemed to stun Montelongo but not enough to drop him.

After six rounds all three judges scored it for Greer 58-55.

Kelin Sharp (5-2) of Chicago defeated L.A. native Ryan True (1-4-1) by unanimous decision after six roundsin a very even middleweight fight. Plenty of blows were exchanged with Sharp winning by outhustling the Los Angeles native.

The very tall featherweight Joshua Zuniga (2-0) of L.A. defeated Pat Gutierrez (0-1) of Las Vegas by technical knockout when the smaller fighter broke his wrist during an exchange of blows in the second round. The fight was stopped at 1:55 of the second round

Indiana’s Fernando Martinez (3-1) out hustled Stockton’s Percy Peterson (1-13-1) in a very even fight that went all four rounds to win by majority decision.





Weights from Los Angeles
March 25, 2016

Joshua Greer Jr. (120.5) vs. Xavier Montelongo (120.5)


Kelin Kado Sharpe (160) vs. Brian True (160.2)


Fernando Martinez (126) vs. Percy Peterson (126.5)


Joshua Zuniga (125.5) vs. Patrick Gutierrez (122.5)


Journeyman Management Returns to Los Angeles
March 22, 2016

Journeyman Management returns to Los Angeles this Saturday, March 26, at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel.  Joshua Greer Jr. (6-1-1, 2 KOs),  Kelin Kado Sharpe (4-2, 4 KOs), Fernando Martinez (2-1, 1 KO) and Joshua Zuniga (1-0, 1 KO) will see action.


Results from Phoenix
March 12, 2016


Joshua Greer Jr. (6-1-1, 2 KOs) won a majority decision vs. Jesus Pacheco
Scores:  (60-54, 59-55, 57-57)

Genaro Mendez (10-3-1, 6 KOs) lost a unanimous decision vs. Alfonso Olvera
Scores:  (54-60, 55-59, 55-59)
Edward Ceballos (2-1) and Damon Simon were both disqualified in the first round

Weigh In Pictures from Phoenix
March 11, 2016

Joshua Greer Jr. (5-1-1, 2 KOs)  (122) vs. Jesus Pacheco (5-4)  (121.7)

Genaro Mendez (10-2-1, 6 KOs)  (141)  vs. Alfonso Olvera (6-2, 3 KOs)  (139)

Edward Ceballos (2-1)  (123) vs. Damon Simon (0-3)  (122.6 )


Abel Ramos Headlines March 12 in Phoenix
March 2, 2016


Super lightweight Abel Ramos (14-1-2, 9 KOs) returns to action on Saturday, March 12, in an 8 round Main Event from Phoenix, Arizona. On the comeback from his recent NABF title challenge on Showtime, Ramos faces Phoenix’s Eddie Brooks (9-4, 3 KOs) at the maximum weight of 145 pounds.
Also featured on the card will be undefeated middleweight Nathaniel Gallimore (11-0-1, 9 KOs), super bantamweight Joshua Greer Jr. (5-1-1, 2 KOs), featherweight Edward Ceballos (2-1), and recently signed Chicago welterweight Genaro Mendez (10-2-1, 6 KOs).

Adrian Granados on
February 24, 2016


Earlier this evening,  Adrian Granados appeared on to update fans on his next fight.
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Andrian Granados vs. Viktor Postol?
February 22, 2016


Two of Top Rank’s best fighters are featherweight titleholder Vasyl Lomachenko and junior welterweight titlist Viktor Postol, neither of whom have anything scheduled. But Top Rank bossman Bob Arum is trying to change that and told that he is pitching a “Boxing After Dark” doubleheder to HBO that would feature both of them.

Arum said, ideally, he would match Lomachenko with former featherweight titlist Nicholas Walters, who lost his belt because he was overweight for a defense last June, in the main event.

“We’d like to do that fight and we’ve offered a card to HBO,” Arum said. “We’ll do Lomachenko against Walters or anybody else HBO wants. They say they are considering it and we’re waiting to hear back.”

Lomachenko (5-1, 3 KOs), the brilliant 28-year-old former two-time Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist, has made three title defenses, most recently a one-sided 10th-round knockout of Romulo Koasicha in November on the Timothy Bradley Jr.-Brandon Rios undercard.

Walters (26-0-1, 21 KOs), 30, of Jamiaca, fought his last bout in December at junior lightweight — a draw against Jason Sosa that virtually everybody saw as an easy Walters win — but has maintained that he can still fight at featherweight.

Arum said he is also willing to match Postol (28-0, 12 KOs), 32, of Ukraine, with anyone but would like to do a fight against Chicago’s Adrian Granados (17-4-2, 12 KOs), 26, whose record is very deceiving. He has won four fights in a row, including a major upset of then-undefeated Amir Imam, whom he knocked out in the eighth round in November. Imam was Postol’s mandatory challenger but took the fight to stay busy and paid the price.

All of Granados’ losses are by split or majority decision, three against undefeated opponents: Olympic gold medalist Felix Diaz, Frankie Gomez and Brad Solomon.

In a very impressive performance, Postol claimed a vacant world title in October by 10th-round knockout of Lucas Matthysse in an upset.

“I’d like to do Postol with Granados since he beat the guy who was Postol’s mandatory. I think that adds some spice to the fight and the kid deserves it after that win,” Arum said. “We’d like to do the card as soon as possible but, again, we’re waiting on HBO to give us an answer.”

Journeyman Management goes 1-1 in New Mexico
February 20, 2016

Joshua Greer Jr. (5-1, 2 KOs) won a shutout UD over Gabriel Baxton (2-14, 1 KO).  All three judges scored the contest (60-54) in favor of Greer Jr.

Marcus Oliveira (24-3-1, 22 KOs) lost a MD to Michael Gbenga (21-24, 20 KOs) by scores (57-57), (54-59), (56-58).

Weights from New Mexico
February 19, 2016

Marcus Oliveira  182  vs.  Michael Gbenga  178
Joshua Greer Jr.  123.6  vs.  Gabriel Braxton  124

Oliveira featured Saturday in New Mexico
February 16, 2016

Light heavyweight Marcus Oliveira (24-2-1, 22 KOs) of Brazil will make his 2016 debut this Saturday in New Mexico. Oliveira will take on power punching veteran Michael Gbenga (20-24, 20 KOs) of Ghana. The bout will be a 6 round featured attraction fought at a contracted weight of 182 pounds but Oliveira will be campaigning in the 175 division for other bouts. The show will be promoted by Eric Martinez (IMI Group) and take place at the Camel Rock Casino in Camel Rock, New Mexico. Oliveira’s management stablemate bantamweight Joshua Greer Jr. (4-1-1, 2 KOs) will be part of an undercard that will also showcase local unbeaten favorite super featherweight Jason Sanchez (5-0, 2 KOs).

Oliveira was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil but has lived in the U.S. for about six years. He was initially living in Florida while being promoted by Don King Productions but later moved to Southern California following his departure from (DKP). It’s been a fresh start for Oliveira who is signed with Andrew Zak’s Journeyman Management and trains with James “Buddy” McGirt Sr. “2016 will be a year of opportunity for Marcus. Our team is confident he will perform well when his big moment comes,” said Zak.

Journeyman Management goes 3-1 in LA
February 6, 2016

In the six round featherweight main event, Joshua Greer Jr. (4-1-1, 2 KOs) won a unanimous decision over Jose Gallegos (2-2, 1 KO).  Both fighters were down in round one but it was Greer Jr. who dominated the remainder of the fight by scores (60-54), (60-54), and (59-55).

In a four round light heavyweight bout, Kelin Sharpe (4-2, 4 KOs) won by second round knockout versus Martn Murillo (0-1).  Time at stoppage was: 44.  Knockdowns were scored in the first and second rounds.

In a four round super featherweight bout, Fernando Martinez (2-1, 1 KO) knocked out Dominic Coca (8-11, 2 KOs) with a body shot in round two.  Time at stoppage was 2:55.

In a four round welterweight bout, Ernest Muhammad Jr. (4-1, 2 KOs) was knocked out in the first round by the more experienced Tavorus Teague (3-7-2, 2 KOs).  Time at stoppage was 1:48.

A bout headlined by Nathaniel Gallimore (11-0-1, 9 KOs) had to be scratched due to travel complications with his opponent.

Journeyman Management Takes LA
February 4, 2016

There will be 4 fighters showcased in a Private Show tomorrow in LA:
Joshua Greer Jr. (3-1-1, 2 KOs)  vs.  Jose Gallegos (2-1, 1 KO) @ 122 lbs 
Ernest Muhammad Jr.  (4-0, 2 KOs)  vs.  Tavorus Teague (2-7, 1 KO)  @ 147 lbs
Fernando Martinez (1-1)  vs.  Dominic Coca (8-10, 2 KOs) @ 126 lbs

Kelin Sharpe (3-2, 3 KOs)  vs.  Martn Murillo (debut) @ 160 lbs

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Gallimore Headlines in LA Friday
February 3, 2016


Unbeaten middleweight Nathaniel Gallimore (11-0-1, 9 KOs) of Illinois by way of Jamaica takes on power punching Roberto Ventura (14-11, 14 KOs) of Mexico topping a private show Friday night in Los Angeles. The main event bout is scheduled for six rounds at a contracted weight of 162 pounds. Ed Holmes All Star Boxing will promote the show. Gallimore’s managerial stablemates Ernest Muhammad Jr., Kelin Sharpe, Joshua Greer Jr. and Fernando Martinez will be fighting in separate bouts on the undercard.

Gallimore has been moved on the fast track by Journeyman Management, having fought 10 times in 2015. This will be his second fight of 2016, less than two weeks apart. His team feels that he’ll make that leap from prospect to contender this year. “Nathaniel has all the tools to take it to the next level. We fully expect him to break into the world rankings this year,” said Journeyman Management CEO Andrew Zak.

Razvan Wins by Decision at Tunica Fitz Casino
January 30, 2016

In a heavyweight bout, Razvan Cojanu (14-2-0, 7 KOs) battled it out for 6 rounds against Grover Young (12-17-3, 8 KOs) . The bout was held at the Tunica Fitz Casino in Mississippi. After six rounds, Razvan Cojanu won by decision.

Gallimore Wins by TKO in Oklahoma
January 24, 2016


In a middleweight bout, Nathaniel Gallimore (11-0-1, 9 KOs) earned a first-round TKO victory over Rahman Yusubov (11-24). Gallimore dominated from the start. After being knocked down earlier in the opening round, Yusobov took a left hook to the head and signaled he no longer wished to continue.

Adrian Granados Update
January 21, 2016



The career of Adrian Granados (17-4-2, 12 KOs) took a turn for the best in November when he upset the WBC #1 ranked super lightweight contender Amir Imam (17-1, 12 KOs). The eighth round KO over Imam has immediately positioned him for some much bigger fights. Granados spoke with on what the future possibly holds for him.

What is next for you?

My name has been mentioned for some very good possible opportunities. A matchup with WBC champ Viktor Postol, former champ Ruslan Provodnikov, and a rematch with Amir Imam. There’s nothing official, but they are all really good and realistic opportunities.

If you had your choice who would you want to fight?

I would say the order I gave you the names in your previous question would be about right. The fans have showed me a lot of support since the Imam fight. I would be interested to see who the fans would want me to fight next. That’s very important as well.

What was going through your mind when you were dropped in round one vs. Amir Imam?

I was so upset with myself that I got careless like that and so early. I wasn’t hurt. I was more disappointed in myself than anything. I popped right up and made sure the referee knew that I was able to continue.

You had entered the fight as an underdog. How did you manage to keep your composure knowing you were behind so early in the fight as a result of the knockdown?

When I got back to the corner at the end of the round, my father right away addressed what I did wrong. He also advised me to not worry about the knockdown because there was still nearly the full fight to go. That really calmed me down and got me back on the original gameplan. I just had to be more careful defensively.

When did you feel the tide changing in the bout?

I seen things were going in my favor in round four. After that round, I told my corner I knew I had him. It was just a matter of time.

Were you determined at that point to go for the knockout?

I wasn’t going to rush but I didn’t want the fight going to the scorecards. I have been on both ends of that. I didn’t want to take any chances. When I had him hurt in round eight. I just kept punching until the referee stopped it. I was so emotional. I just let out a scream. It was the best feeling in my boxing career.

How has life been since the win?

It has been very different for me. Tons of interviews and the social media has been real crazy. So many people following me and friending me.

How have you kept yourself grounded with the new founded fame?

That has been real easy for me. I know who was there for me before this fight like my family, my real friends, and Andrew Zak and his Journeyman Management team. I welcome new friends but I won’t ever forget who was there for me before this last victory.

You are Mexican-American and grew up in Illinois. Your family is from Mexico and you speak fluent Spanish. Have you noticed more support from the Mexican fans since your victory?

Yes. Very much so on the social media networks. A lot people don’t remember I was very close to representing Mexico in the 2012 Olympics. Ironically the final qualifier for the team came down to me and Jessie Vargas. Two Mexican-Americans. Vargas beat me by two points in the final. So yeah even back then I was in close fights. I’m what you call a wildcard in the big fights. I’m definitely going to make it exciting no matter what.

Nathaniel Gallimore:  Coming for the Top Spot

January 21, 2016

By Adam Ewing – Shawnee, OK

This Saturday, January 23, Nathaniel Gallimore (10-0-1, 8 KOs) will be fighting at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma. According to, Gallimore is currently the 122 ranked middleweight in the world, making this fight a huge stepping stone in Gallimore’s meteoric rise through the world rankings.

His opponent will be Rahman Mustafa Yusubov (11-23, 9 KO), who is currently ranked as the number one middleweight in his home country of Uzbekistan.

Brooklynfights was able to sit down with Gallimore before he travels to Oklahoma and faces one of the more seasoned fighters placed in front of him.

Growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, was difficult for Gallimore, so when he was twelve, his father moved young Nathaniel to the United States. Gallimore then settled in Illinois, where he eventually picked up the sport of boxing.

“It was rough in Jamaica,” Gallimore said. “My mom and dad were split up. My mom was in Jamaica and my dad was in America. My dad brought me to America when I was eleven. I went to school up here. It was rough in Jamaica. There was a lot of fighting and killing going on. My dad wanted the best for me, so I came here and went to school.”

Gallimore spent four years as an amateur fighter, going 47-4 in that brief period. His amateur career was highlighted when he won the 2011 Chicago Golden Gloves. Winning that tournament boosted Gallimore’s confidence as a fighter, certainly helping him become the successful pro he is today.

“When I won the gloves, it was a big stepping stone for me,” Gallimore said. “My confidence was high, and I knew I could compete.”

“When I started boxing I wanted to learn so much, and I had to work harder than those who started younger.”

As a teenager, Gallimore found himself getting into a bit of trouble. Since his wild, and carefree days, Gallimore has turned his life around and is trying to be a role model for kids coming from similar backgrounds.

“When I was a teenager, I was getting into trouble with the police,” Gallimore said. “I turned my life around and am trying to do something positive. That is when my friend introduced me to boxing. Once I found boxing, I realized what I could do with my life, by changing and a positive role model for others. If it wasn’t for boxing, I don’t know what I’d do right now. I would probably be in the streets. An idle mind is the devil’s playground.”

Gallimore has basically knocked out everyone he has fought. Only three guys have gone the distance with him. In those three fights that went the distance, Gallimore learned a lot about himself as a fighter.

“My first six rounder, a guy name Abreu was a tough veteran,” Gallimore said. “I stunned him in the first round and he almost went but he came back strong and we went the whole six rounds. I really learned a lot from that fight. You can’t think you’re going to knock everybody out.”

“My toughest fight last year was with Michael Finney,” Gallimore said. “He was a really tough guy. I was winning all the rounds, then in the eighth round. I think a minute in, I was venturing off to the right, I was throwing a right hand, he was throwing a left hook, and he dropped me. I got up at the three count. He was trying to finish me but I was moving around and the bell rung.”

Hometown fighters sometimes have the advantage, and in October, Gallimore went out to Burbank California to take on Freddie Roach’s protégé, Urmat Ryskeliev. This fight resulted in the only blemish on Gallimore’s record, a split draw.

“I think I got robbed that fight,” Gallimore said. “I did enough to win that fight. Freddie Roach was in his corner, and I was on his turf, so they let it be a draw. Thankfully they gave me a draw.”

At this point in Gallimore’s career, it’s likely there isn’t a chance for a rematch.

“I’m not interested in a rematch,” Gallimore said. “Maybe down the line, and if he is relevant at that time. My team has bigger plans for me this year. 2016 is my year.”

At no point in his career has Gallimore had the opportunity to fight in front of his home crowd. He has traveled to Indiana, Florida, Arizona, Wisconsin, California, and now Oklahoma. Gallimore doesn’t feel the pressure to knock out his opponent. He just lets the knockouts come, and they do more often than not.

“If the opportunity presents itself, I take it,” Gallimore said. “I don’t go in there looking for a knockout. When I put my punches together, and I’m flowing, if the knockout comes, it comes. I want to do damage, no rush.”

2016 will be a big year for Gallimore. With ten fights in 2015, look for a similar workload from Gallimore this coming year.

“Fans can expect to see me more,” Gallimore said. “The plan is stepping up to eight rounds and eventually ten. This fight is a tune-up, since I haven’t fought since November. I still have to be careful; every fight is dangerous. This fight will be a tune-up and I will go back down to 154. My goal for the end of the year is to be in the top 20 in the world.”

Look for post-fight analysis of the entire Jan. 23 card, that includes other top prospects such as Trey Lippe Morrison, Dillon Cook, Jessie Cook, and Jarrett Rouse, exclusively at


Nathaniel Gallimore Returns Saturday in Oklahoma
January 19, 2016

Tony Holden (Holden Productions) and Chris Hastings (HD Boxing) will promote a fight card this Saturday in Miami, Oklahoma, with unbeaten heavyweight Trey Lippe (10-0, 10 KOs) looking to continue his win streak vs. Thomas Hawkins (4-1, 1KO ) in a six round bout. Lippe is the son of the late former heavyweight champion Tommy Morrison.

In a special featured six rounder, Journeyman Management middleweight Nathaniel Gallimore (10-0-1, 8 KOs) of Illinois by way of Jamaica, will take on Rahman Mustafa Yusubov (11-23, 9 KOs). Also, undefeated Dillon Cook (16-0, 6 KOs) will take on Alphonso Black (8-3-1, 4 KOs) in an eight round super welterweight matchup. Jesse Cook (15-1, 10 KOs) will fight veteran John David Charles (8-7, 2 KOs) in an eight round welterweight contest. Local favorite Jarrett Rouse (8-0, 4 KOs) rounds out the card vs. Juan Parra (2-2, 1 KO) in a four round welterweight bout. Site of the show will be the Buffalo Run Casino with Bobby Dobbs matchmaking the card.

Adrian Granados: “Loss to Frankie Gomez Only Legitimate Defeat on My Record”
January 15, 2016

BACK in November 2015, tough and seasoned light-welterweight contender Adrian Granados pulled off one of 2015’s big upsets in derailing heavily hyped Don King fighter Amir Imam. Granados of Cicely, Illinois tore up the script and, after getting up from a first-round knockdown, stopped Imam via eighth-round TKO.

Improving to 17-4-2 (12) the 26-year-old – who has been the victim of some debatable decisions during his seven-and-a-half year pro career – says he will now conquer the world in 2016.

Here the warrior known as “Tigre” speaks exclusively with Boxing News:

Q: Belated congratulations on the big win over Amir Imam in November. Would you say that was both the biggest win of your career and your career-best performance?

Adrian Granados: “Yeah, definitely. It was just a great win and I really liked the way I put it all together, with my team and my family and everything.”

Q: There was a lot of hype surrounding Imam, with his promoter Don King going as far as saying his fighter would beat Floyd Mayweather Jnr. You saw through the hype?

A.G: “Yeah. I saw a good fighter, a strong fighter. I only watched one or two tapes of him, that’s all I watch [before a fight] now; I feel a fight out as it goes. But he’s a tremendous talent, it was just that I knew what I could do, what I had in store for him. I wanted to see what happened when I got in there with him.”

Q: What’s next for you or is it still too early here in January?

A.G: “We have a couple of options. We’ve been offered some fights and some promoters want me to go with them. It’s really a day by day thing. We’ll have to see what the best options are. There’s no real rush but I am back in the gym. This win has given my career a big resurgence and I want to be ready for the next one. Spring sounds good, maybe March or April.”

Q: You have been matched tough your whole pro career and you have taken a number of fights on short notice. Was the Imam fight short notice for you?

A.G: “Yeah, it was short notice as well. I had around four weeks. But the fight was on and off two weeks before that, luckily for me, and I was in the gym then. My family really stuck by my side [in the lead-up to the fight] and when I got the call that the fight was definite, I pulled over and thanked God. I said I’m going to dedicate my life to boxing and really focus. I always had a [day] job to do and that was kind of a distraction. Now I’m ready to become world champion. I’m in a great division at 140-pounds, with a lot of great fighters, and I’m right up in there.”

Q: You have lost four and drawn two, yet they were all close fights and the losses were either split or majority verdicts. Do you feel anyone has legitimately beaten you?

A.G: “I tell people, the loss to Frankie Gomez (back in 2011 at lightweight] was [legitimate]. I have a lot of respect for him. That fight was really too soon for me, I’d only had seven fights (according to BoxRec, Granados was 8-1-1 going into the Gomez fight). There were other issues, like with the gloves I wasn’t happy with. And the fight was very close, I think I might have scraped a draw. But that loss was fair and square, even though people come up and tell me I won, which is nice..”

Q: Which points loss bothers you the most, the one to Brad Solomon?

A.G: “Yeah, I almost called it quits in boxing, that was almost the final straw. The last round I had him hugging on for dear life, he was really out on his feet. [After that loss] I really thought, ‘this is why good fighters quit.’ But now I have a resurgence in my career and new management and I haven’t lost since.”

Q: How long have you been working with trainer Buddy McGirt?

A.G: “It was the first time, in the Solomon fight. But my cut man, George Hernandez, had worked a lot with him. George is still  my cut man and also my head trainer and Buddy is his assistant; and what a great assistant. So he [Hernandez] has more time to look at things other than cuts. I have a great team around me and it is a team effort. And my family, my mother and father, and my brother, who researches all my opponents, they really help me.”

Q: Is 2016 going to be your year? You have certainly paid your dues. Is this the year your hard work really pays off?

A.G: “Yes, definitely. I have big aspirations. I’m ready for the top names at 140. It’s awesome that all my hard work is coming to fruition. I’m really coming with a vengeance and I want the world title this year.”

Q: One fight that is not on your official record is a win over Jesus Soto Karass in a BKB fight. When was that fight?

A.G: “It was two weeks after the Solomon fight, June or July (of 2015). I was prepared for the fight. Going in, it was all about him, the clips shown were his highlights and I was there to lose. I’m always confident ahead of all my fights, but before that one, I was really smirking, thinking how he didn’t have any idea what was in store for him. It was a unanimous points win, a commanding win for me.”

Q: Is there any possibility of a rematch with Imam, has there been talk of it?

A.G: “There has been [talk]. I don’t know if it will be straight away; the rematch will always be there and I will give him one. But I’ll have to see which are the better options for me [first.]”

Adrian Granados on ESPN Podcast!
January 13, 2016

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Adrian Granados on ESPN Podcast this Wednesday!
January 12, 2016

Top-ranked Super Lightweight Adrian Granados (17-4-2, 12 KOs) will make an appearance on ESPN UK’s “Buncey’s Boxing Podcast” this Wednesday @ 10:00am EST.  After upsetting #1 ranked Amir Imam (18-1, 15 KOs) last November in Canada, the 26 year old from Chicago will have plenty to share with his fans regarding potential upcoming bouts.



Journeyman Management Invades Hammond, IN.
January 10, 2016

On Friday, January 22nd, Journeymen Management will showcase 4 fighters at the Hammond Armory.  Ernest Muhammad Jr. (4-0, 2 KOs), Joshua Greer Jr. (3-1-1, 2 KOs), Kelin Sharpe (3-2, 3 KOs,) and Fernando Martinez (1-1) will all see action against opponents TBA shortly.

Greer Jr. Suffers Controversial Loss
December 30, 2015

In what was contracted to be a televised 6 round bout, Joshua Greer Jr. (3-1-1, 2 KOs) lost a controversial 4 round Majority Decision to hometown fighter Stephen Fulton (8-0, 3 KOs) last night in Philadelphia.   With scores of (40-36) , (39-37), and (38-38), many in attendance were shocked that one judge gave the local fighter all 4 rounds.  Greer Jr. dropped Fulton in the 4th round but it was ruled a slip.  Greer Jr. is will be back in action January 22nd in Hammond, Indiana.




Joshua Greer Jr. (3-0-1, 2 KOs) @ 122 lbs
Stephen Fulton (7-0, 3 KOs) @ 122.4 lbs

Live Tonight on Fox Sports 1 @ 9pm EST


Greer Jr. in Action this Tuesday, December 29!
December 27, 2015


Undefeated Chicago Bantamweight Joshua Greer Jr. (3-0-1, 2 KOs) has no problem fighting opponents in their own backyards.  Since turning professional in September of this year, the 2012 Chicago Golden Gloves Champion has tasted success in Arizona, Wisconsin and California.  This Tuesday, December 29th with potentially 85 million viewers watching Live on Fox Sports 1, Greer Jr. will face his toughest test to date when he travels to Pennsylvania to challenge fellow undefeated prospect Stephen Fulton (7-0, 3 KOs).

“I’m no stranger to fighting someone in their hometown.  I’ve been here before, I know what it takes, and when the bell rings it’s just me and him.  The crowd can’t help.”

Having turned professional just 3 months ago and with Tuesday’s fight being his fifth this year (his third 6-rounder), it’s safe to say his handlers at Journeyman Management see something special in the 21 year old.

“It makes me feel good as a boxer and as a person because I have confidence in myself to know I can do it.  My team is always right there to give me the chance and opportunity to showcase what I’ve yet to become.”

While not many fighters are lining up to fight Al Haymon fighters, Greer Jr. doesn’t feel any added pressure versus his opponent standing in his way of achieving the gold.

“That sounds good and looks good on paper (being an Al Haymon fighter) but to me it’s just another person standing in the way.  So no added pressure at all; I’m just ready to get in there and handle business.”

Granados on Future Opponents
December 24, 2015



Greer Jr. to Fight on Fox Sports 1!
December 23, 2015

Undefeated bantamweight Joshua Greer Jr. (3-0-1, 2 KOs) will make his nationally televised debut this Tuesday, December 29th as part of the Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Fox Sports 1.  Greer Jr. will fight Philadelphia-based Stephen Fulton (7-0, 3 KOs) at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.  The six round bout is scheduled to open up the Fox Sports 1 telecast @ 9:00 pm EST.



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Accidental Fouls Hand Ramos First Defeat 
December 14, 2015

A pair of accidental head butts forced the corner of Abel Ramos (14-1-2, 9 KOs) to save their fighter from further punishment Friday night in Houston.  In round five, referee Laurence Cole asked the ringside doctor to look at the cuts on Ramos’ left temple and above his left eye.  With both cuts being ruled as caused by accidental head butts, the ShoBox main event continued.  Regis Prograis (16-0, 13 KOs) was awarded the TKO victory after round eight when Ramos told his corner “I can’t see;” having just gone eight bloody rounds versus the undefeated hometown fighter.

After the fight, Ramos took to social media to let his fans know that he would be back.  “I want to thank everyone for their support tonight! I had some accidental head butts that really took me off my game excuses!  I will learn from this I will be back stronger!”


Weigh-in Pics from Houston
December 10, 2015

Abel Ramos (139 lbs) vs.  Regis Prograis (140 lbs)

Ramos returns to ShoBox Friday
December 9, 2015

Unbeaten Abel Ramos (14-0-2, 9 KOs) of Arizona returns to ShoBox after nearly 2 years. Ramos will take on fellow unbeaten Regis Prograis (15-0, 12KOs). The super lightweight bout is scheduled for 10 rounds and will be the main event aired on Showtime’s ShoBox series. The site location will be the Bayou Event Center, in Houston, Texas, which also happens to be the hometown of Prograis. Lou DiBella (DiBella Entertainment), Lou Savarese (Savarese Promotions), and Alex Khanas (Fight Promotions Inc) will promote the event.

Ramos’ first big opportunity came in January 2014 on ShoBox. He was an unknown 8-0 fighter who had not even fought past 4 rounds at that time. He took on an unbeaten Maurice Hooker who had almost twice as many professional fights. If that wasn’t enough to overcome Ramos also took the fight on just days notice. Ramos ignored all of these obstacles and fought Hooker to a very respectable draw.

Ramos like Prograis hasn’t tasted defeat, but will enter the bout the underdog. This doesn’t concern him or his team. A week ago they watched his management stablemate Adrian Granados upset the WBC #1 ranked unbeaten Amir Imam by KO no less. So there is no lack of confidence from team Ramos. “We are very confident that Abel will continue the momentum and score his own upset,” said Journeyman Management CEO Andrew Zak.

What do you remember about your fight with Hooker?

I remember I took the fight on very short notice. I was really nervous because I knew I wasn’t fully prepared. I just went out there and made the most of the opportunity. It turned out alright considering the circumstances. That fight actually put me on the map.

How have things been in your career since that fight?

Things have gone really well. Andrew Zak and his team have kept me extremely busy with fights. The activity has really helped me improve as a fighter. I was already a good fighter but the stability with my management behind me has helped me take my career in boxing to another level.

Will this be your first southpaw opponent as a professional?

Yes it will be. I have been preparing for two months with good sparring in that time. I am very well prepared for the switch. I actually have some physical advantages so I may look to box more. I will take it round by round and use what is successful.

Do you feel pressured to go for the knockout fighting in his hometown?

I really don’t. The fight is on national television which takes alot of pressure off of me worrying about a bad decision. Many viewers will get to see me fight. Its up to me to peform and thats what I plan on doing. I am fighting in his hometown but Houston has a large community of Mexican boxing fans. If I fight the way I am capable of I won’t be surprised if I make some new fans during and after the fight.

Did you get to watch your management stablemate Adrian Granados upset victory over Amir Imam last week?

Yes I did. It gave me that much more motivation in preparing for my own fight. I don’t feel that I am the underdog in this fight but I know I will have to be dominate to defeat him in his hometown.

How different will your performance be this time around on shobox than your first appearance?

The viewing audience will see a much different Abel Ramos than they saw nearly two years ago. I will not be nervous at all because this time I am very well prepared. I had a very good complete training camp. I have also really grown as a fighter since that last appearance. I know so much more now. I am a much more complete fighter. I will show this on Friday.

Adrian Granados Appearance on Tha Boxing Voice!
December 3, 2015

Granados to Appear on Tha Boxing Voice this Thursday, December 3rd
December 2, 2015


Fresh of his TKO upset victory this past weekend on SHOWTIME, Adrian Granados (17-4-2, 12 KOs) will be interview this Thursday, December 3rd @ 8:30 EST on Tha Boxing Voice podcast.   

Granados TKOs Imam!
November 28, 2015

By: Dave Spencer

Halfway through the first round on Saturday night at the Vidéotron Centre in Quebec City, it looked like it was going to be an easy night for #1 ranked WBC super-lightweight Amir Imam. A perfectly placed right hand right down the pipe put opponent Adrian Granados on his backside and promises of an early night seemed right around the corner. Granados (17-4-2, 12 KOs) was able to get up and started to land as early as the second round and never let up until referee Alain Villeneuve stepped in and stopped the fight with Amir Imam (18-1, 15 KOs) slumped on the ropes, official time coming at 2:34 of the 8th round.

Whether it was a question of Imam looking for another perfect shot like he had in the first or something else, the undefeated fighter was touched cleanly and repeatedly after the first round. At first it was a pop-gun offense from the Illinois fighter Granados with the shots having little or no effect. But the shots kept coming and by the time of the stoppage, Granados had built a lead on the official scorecards. The cumulative effect had slowed Imam to the point where return volleys were fewer and fewer and often avoided by the 26-year-old Granados, and when the two did go toe-to-toe in what was a good action fight, it was the underdog coming out ahead in the exchanges. By the eighth, there simply was no answer by Imam as he took shot after shot, time after time, being stopped and falling to defeat for the first time. Imam was the mandatory challenger for WBC champion Viktor Postol.

Weights from Quebec City!
Granados: 139.5    Imam: 139.5

Adrian Granados Face-Off with Amir Imam
November 26, 2015

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“I would say this is the biggest fight of my career.  It’s going to be a great fight and I’m looking forward to a great night.  Imam’s got a lot of tools and he’s very talented.  We’ll take it round by round and make adjustments as the fight goes on.”

“I’ve rebounded well.  I’m not satisfied with the way my career has gone and had a lot of bad decisions and management problems.  I wasn’t brought along like my opponent was.  But it’s helped me grow some think skin and attributes to why I’m here today.”

“I’ve faced tough fighters before and it’s not the first time I’ve been the underdog.  I will pull off this upset. ”

“I’m looking to shock the boxing world Saturday night.”

The SHOWTIME BOXING on SHO EXTREME telecast begins live at 9 pm EST from the Videotron Centre in Quebec City prior to that evening’s SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast.

Granados looks to upset #1 ranked Imam Saturday
November 25, 2015


Illinois native Adrian Granados (16-4-2, 11 KOs) will take on unbeaten New Yorker and WBC #1 ranked super lightweight Amir Imam (18-0, 15 KOs) this Saturday at the Centre Videotron, in Quebec City, Quebec Canada. It will take place on the undercard of the main event featuring IBF super middleweight champion James DeGale vs hometime favorite and ex-champ Lucian Bute. The Granados-Imam fight will be aired on Showtime Extreme.

It has been quite the ride for Granados the last 6 months or so. He signed with Journeyman Management and immediately saw himself on the undercard of the fight of the millennium between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquaio. He dropped what many felt was a disputed split decision to world ranked Brad Solomon that night. The very next month he upset veteran Jesus Soto Karass on the Big Knockout Boxing (BKB) show in Las Vegas. He followed that up with three straight wins in the boxing ring heading into his showdown with Iman on Saturday.

Granados will enter the ring a decisive underdog versus Iman this Saturday. This is nothing new for him and doesn’t phase his team in the least. They firmly believe their guy will pull off the upset. “Adrian showed in his first fight with us versus Solomon that he’s fightng at a high level. We worked hard to get this fight done with Iman and are very confident in Adrian to pull off the upset,” said Journeyman Management CEO Andrew Zak.

How tough of a loss was the Solomon one for you?

It’s no secret that I have had a lot of close decisions not go my way but this one hurt more than any of them. I mean I was so ready and prepared for that fight. I am not going to even lie to you. I was so down after that fight.

What helped you get through such a tough moment?

Honestly, my management did. Andrew Zak and his team immediately following the Solomon fight told me not to worry and that I would get another opportunity. You may hear many managers say that in boxing but they were true to their word. The very next month they got me the Soto Karass fight. They kept me real busy right after that as well. Then they landed me this huge fight with Iman this Saturday. They have done everything they said they would do for me and more.

What do you know about your opponent?

I actually first saw him fight about year ago. He’s a very solid fighter. There is a reason he’s ranked number one in the world. I’ve fought top level guys also and performed well. I expect a tough fight from him but he can expect the same from me.

How do you feel about dropping down from 147 to 140 for this fight?

It works for me. I am actually tall for the weight as is Iman. I can still make the weight comfortably. I had plenty of time to prepare for this fight so the weight came off properly. I feel real strong. I am ready to go.

This is without a doubt the biggest fight of your career. Do you feel that you need to do anything different in preparation this time out?

I do expect that I will have to do different things during this fight. I won’t know exactly what those things are until I get into the ring. Watching his old fights on video won’t necessarily give me those answers as each fight is different. I will take this round by round until I find that right formula for success this Saturday.

Adrian Granados vs. #1-Ranked Amir Imam
Saturday, November 28 on SHOWTIME Extreme

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Adrian Granados (14-3-2, 9 KOs) faces WBC #1 ranked super lightweight Amir Imam (18-0, 15 KOs) in a 10-round bout November 28 on SHO EXTREME. The undefeated Imam is the mandatory challenger to WBC 140-pound champion Viktor Postol, who won the vacant title with a 10th round TKO of Lucas Matthysse in October. In the SHO EXTREME opener, undefeated heavyweight Oscar Rivas (17-0, 12 KOs) will face Curtis Harper (12-4, 8 KOs) in a 10-round bout. Later, on regular SHOWTIME, IBF super middleweight champion James DeGale (21-1, 14 KOs) will defend his belt against former 168-pound champ Lucian Bute (32-2, 25 KOs). The card takes place at the Vidéotron Centre in Quebec City.

Journeyman Management goes 3-0 in Tucson
November 13, 2015

Unbeaten middleweight Nathaniel “No Problem” Gallimore (10-0-1, 8 KOs) survived a late scare in route to defeating Michael Finney (13-5-1) Friday night at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Tucson, Arizona. Like his nickname, Gallimore had “No Problem” with Finney until the eighth and final round. Finley delivered a devastating liver shot halfway through the round to put Gallimore down on the canvas for the first time in his career. Gallimore barely got up but did to finish the round. The official scores were 79-73, 79-73, 78-74 all for the undefeated Illinois-based Jamaican Gallimore.

His Journeyman Management stablemates Ernest Muhammad Jr. (4-0, 2 KOs) and debuting Joshua Zuniga (1-0) were victorious as well. Super lightweight Muhammad Jr. stopped Jose Caro (0-2) by TKO in round two. Caro was transported to the hospital following the bout. Super featherweight Zuniga (1-0) stopped the much more experienced Misael Chacon (1-12-1) by TKO in round three.

Desert Heat III:  Weigh-In Pictures
November 12, 2015

Nathaniel Gallimore:  155 lbs vs. Michael Finney:  149 lbs
Ernest Muhammad Jr.:   145 vs. Jose Caro:  139 lbs
Joshua Zuniga:  130 lbs vs. Misael Chacon:  132 lbs
Tickets:  (520) 448-5032

Doors:  6pm
First Bout:  7pm

Clarion Hotel Conference Center
4550 S. Palo Verde Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85714


Undefeated Abel Ramos vs. Regis Prograis on ShoBox: December 11
November 12, 2015
By:   Round By Round Boxing


On December 11 at the Bayou City Event Center in Houston, eight undefeated prospects with a combined record of 92-0-3 will trade leather in the final ShoBox telecast of 2015.

Headlining the DiBella Entertainment and Savarese Promotions-promoted event will be Regis Prograis (15-0, 12 KOs), who faces Abel Ramos (14-0-2, 9 KOs) in the 10-round super lightweight main event.

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Undefeated Nathaniel Gallimore Ready For Tenth Fight of 2015!
November 11, 2015
By:   GM Ross /

Busy Illinois Prospect Takes on Michael Finney this Friday in Arizona


Undefeated middleweight Nathaniel Gallimore (9-0-1, 8KOs) of Evanston, Illinois, is one of the busiest fighters in boxing. With just under two months remaining in 2015, Gallimore has already fought an astounding nine times, earning big wins over Juan Carlos Rojas, Lauro Alcantar, and Robert Burwell. On Friday, November 13, he returns to the ring yet again to meet Michael Finney (13-4-1, 11KOs) of Alabama in an eight rounder at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Tucson, Arizona. In a recent interview with, Gallimore seemed very satisfied with his preparation for the upcoming fight. “Camp has been excellent!” said Gallimore. “My coach has set me up with a workout regime that will lead me to victory in this upcoming fight.”

Ten fights is a lot for any boxer, but Gallimore appears unfazed by his busy fight schedule. “I know my management team is moving me fast,” explained Gallimore, “but they are moving me in the right direction. I stay injury free by getting my opponent out of the ring quickly. Staying focused with my schedule comes naturally. I have an intense will to succeed and passion for the sport.” It doesn’t hurt that Gallimore has stopped eight of ten opponents, including six men who fell in under a round. “I don’t initially go into the ring looking for the knockout,” said the Illinois prospect, “but if it presents itself, I definitely take advantage of it. People should expect the whole package. I bring it all.”

In addition to talent, determination, and power, Gallimore benefits from the support of his numerous fans and admirers. “To my friends, family, fans, and supporters, I would like to say that I appreciate all the support and love that you give me,” said Gallimore, “I will make you proud by becoming a world champion!”

Adrian Granados to Face #1-Ranked Amir Imam on November 28
November 10, 2015

WBC #1 ranked super lightweight Amir Imam (18-0, 15 KOs) returns to face Adrian Granados (14-3-2, 9 KOs) in a 10-round bout on November 28 on SHO EXTREME. The undefeated Imam is the mandatory challenger to WBC 140-pound champion Viktor Postol, who won the vacant title with a 10th round TKO of Lucas Matthysse in October. In the SHO EXTREME opener, undefeated heavyweight Oscar Rivas (17-0, 12 KOs) will face Curtis Harper (12-4, 8 KOs) in a 10-round bout. Later, on regular SHOWTIME, IBF super middleweight champion James DeGale (21-1, 14 KOs) will defend his belt against former 168-pound champ Lucian Bute (32-2, 25 KOs). The card takes place at the Vidéotron Centre in Quebec City.

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Gallimore-Finney Featured in Tucson on Friday, November 13
November 10, 2015

Unbeaten jr middleweight Nathaniel Gallimore (9-0-1, 8 KOs) will take on Mike Finney (13-4-1, 11 KOs) this Friday in a scheduled eight-rounder at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Tucson, Arizona. Gallimore, based out of Illinois by way of Jamaica, is coming off of an eight round draw his last fight last month with Urman Ryskeldiev (11-3-2, 7 KOs) in his first real test as a pro. He will now face Finney just three short weeks later. Finney was once a promising prospect promoted by Top Rank Inc. and managed by Cameron Dunkin. He has struggled of late, but his four losses are against high grade competition.

The draw in his last fight hasn’t wavered the confidence of his management team ahead of his second consecutive tough challenge. “Nathaniel really stepped up his last fight and performed well. We have the same confidence in him after the draw. For our team, it’s all about the fighter and the journey,” said Journeyman Management CEO Andrew Zak.

The show is promoted by Kenneth Ray Mitchell Sr. (Wildwest Boxing Promotions, LLC). Gallimore’s managerial stablemates unbeaten Ernest Muhammad Jr. (3-0 , 1 KO) and debuter Joshua Zuniga will be featured on the undercard.