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FS1 results: Jamel Herring looks impressive versus Luis Eduardo Flores

On Tuesday night, FS1 featured a Premier Boxing Champions tripleheader, from the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Michael Baca II reports.

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 

27th February 2015 

Picture by Jonathan Porter / Press Eye / CWM Cyclone

World Champion Carl Frampton weighs in at the Euopa Hotel in Belfast ahead of his "The World Is Not Enough' boxing extravaganza at the Odyssey Arena.  The fight, sponsored by CWM FX, will see the IBF Super Bantamweight champion defend his title against American Chris Avalos on Saturday night.  

Carl Frampton holds his belt during the weigh in with his manager and former World Champion Barry McGuigan(left) looking on.

Another February famine

What is it about Februarys that are so unbelievably dry, boxing-wise? Steve Kim reports.

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Not a red Herring

Tonight on FS1, lightweight Jamel Herring looks to keep his unbeaten streak alive in his first TV main event. ‘The Professor,’ Marty Mulcahey reports.


The ‘Golden Boy’ celebrates more than a birthday

Although Oscar De La Hoya just celebrated his 43rd trip around the sun, the ‘Golden Boy’ has a lot more to celebrate. Steve Kim reports.

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Q&A: ‘Iceman’ John Scully

Former 175-pound title challenger and present-day trainer ‘Iceman’ John Scully recently sat down with UCNLive.com’s Bill Tibbs for a very informative Q&A.

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Frankie Gomez: New year, new ‘Pitbull’

It might have taken an over-officious effort on Golden Boy Promotions’ part but it looks like Frankie Gomez is on the right track. Michael Baca II reports.

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Are the scales tipping light enough for Randy Caballero?

Despite a myriad of misfortunes over 2015, unbeaten former IBF bantamweight titlist Randy Caballero looks to start fresh in 2016. Marty Mulcahey reports.