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VERONA, N.Y. (Feb. 19th, 2015) – Former U.S. Olympian Jason “Big Six” Estrada has a stern warning for the rest of the field in the 2015 Boxcino heavyweight tournament.

“If I win this first fight,” Estrada (20-5, 6 KOs) said, “it’s over for the rest of these guys.”

The 34-year-old Providence, R.I., heavyweight joined the field early this week when Mario Heredia was pulled from the tournament due to an undisclosed medical issue.




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UNCASVILLE, Conn. (Jan. 14th, 2015) -- With the omnipresent demands of network television and the inevitable increased pressure to pad the records of promising, young fighters, boxing's epic trilogies of yesteryear are teetering on the brink of extinction.


The tradition lives on for at least one more night when Agustine Mauras of Lawrence, Mass., and Joseph "Chip" Perez of Hartford, Conn., battle for the third time in an eight-round super featherweight bout Saturday, Jan. 17th, 2015 in the main event of CES Boxing's pro-am show at Mohegan Sun Arena in what both sides hope is the final chapter of one of the most intriguing regional rivalries of the past decade.


"He wants to prove to everyone he's better than me. I already know I'm better," Mauras said, "and I think he knows that in the back of his mind."



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UNCASVILLE, Conn. (Jan. 6th, 2015) -- Unbreakable in its quest to continue bringing quality championship boxing to New England and beyond, CES kicks off the new year Saturday, Jan. 17th, 2015 with two dynamic title bouts at Mohegan Sun Arena, including what might be the final chapter of one of the region's most intense rivalries.


After fighting to a draw twice in 2014, Hartford, Conn., super featherweight Joseph "Chip" Perez (10-3-2, 3 KOs) will battleAgustine Mauras (6-0-3, 3 KOs) of Lawrence, Mass., in an eight-round bout for the vacant N.E. title while Josh Crespo (3-1-2, 1 KO) of New Haven, Conn., faces Portland, Maine's Jorge Abiague (7-0-1, 1 KO) in an eight-round bout for the vacant N.E. super bantamweight crown.

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Gingras-McCreedy Sept. 12th main event title bout

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Featured Fighter : Rich Gingras, Lincoln, R.I.

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THERE'S NO FIGHTER in New England right now hotter than Rich Gingras.

The hard-hitting light heavyweight from Lincoln, R.I., recently captured his second title in as many fights, defeated Lowell, Mass., veteran Joey McCreedy in a back-and-forth battle Sept. 12 at Twin River Casino, defending his New England while also winning McCreedy's UBF Northeast Light Heavyweight crown.

After losing his last fight in 2013 to Peter Manfredo Jr., Gingras has rebounded nicely, first beating Jaime Velazquez early in 2014 for the vacant New England belt and then beating McCreedy in the possible Fight of the Year in September. Gingras is now 15-4-1 with nine knockouts as he aims to defend both belts and perhaps enter a long-awaited rematch with Providence's Vladine Biosse in 2015. 


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