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"THE REVIVAL" REPLAY   |   SHELLY VINCENT VS. CHRISTINA RUIZ

 

AND STILL ...

 

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"THE REVIVAL" WEIGH-IN   |   TODAY 4 P.M.

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"BULLITT"-PROOF

 

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CAMACHO: 'I'LL LET HANDS DO THE TALKING'

LINCOLN, R.I. (March 31st, 2015) – Chris Chatman admits he watched the video of Angel Camacho Jr.’s most recent fight in November against Paul Gonsalves to help him prepare for Friday’s showdown against Camacho at Twin River Casino. Camacho Jr. is glad his opponent is paying attention.


“That actually plays into my advantage,” said Camacho Jr., unbeaten in 13 professional fights. “Everyone knows that wasn’t the real me. I didn’t do what I was supposed to do that night.”


Camacho Jr. (13-0, 4 KOs) won, but also had to shake off plenty of rust in the process, three year’s worth of rust to be exact, leaving the Providence, R.I., native fatigued and out of sync during large stretches of the fight.

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VINCENT: "I'M TRYING TO RUN THROUGH HER"

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (March 28th, 2014) -- Undefeated super bantamweight world champion Shelly Vincent (13-0, 1 KO) is less than a week away from the first defense of her Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) title against San Antonio's Christina Ruiz in a fight that figures to be the toughest challenge of her career.


"I'm coming forward. I'm throwing millions of punches," Vincent said. "I'm coming in throwing hard shots, trying to keep her busy. I'm trying to run through her."


The 10-round Vincent-Ruiz bout for the UBF and vacant International Boxing Association (IBA) 122-pound world titles is the main event of CES Boxing's "The Revival," scheduled for Friday, April 3rd, 2015 at Twin River Casino in Lincoln, R.I.


"We're trying to revive boxing and bring it back," Vincent said. "Christy Martin had it big. Layla Ali had it big. This my third time headlining -- second one back to back -- and it's going to be another sellout. We're trying to revive this sport and make it big for the kids."

 
 
 

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Featured Fighter : Khiary Gray-Pitts, Worcester, Mass.

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THE BEAT GOES on for Worcester, Mass., middleweight Khiary Gray-Pitts, who kept his perfect record intact April 3rd at Twin River Casino in what might've been his most impressive performance to date. 


Facing tough veteran Greg McCoy of New Haven, Conn., Gray made it look easy, dropping McCoy 40 seconds into the opening round and earning the win via stoppage in just under a minute, the sixth win of his career and fourth by knockout. 


The 22-year-old Gray has won his last three by first-round knockout and looks to return to the ring in July when CES Boxing host its next event at Twin River Casino. 

 

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