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  • “Razor” Hess sharpens up for his pro-debut in March

    “Razor” Hess sharpens up for his pro-debut in March0

    BRANTFORD – Karl “The Razor” Hess officially opened his training camp last week in preparation for his pro-boxing debut slated for the Hershey Centre in Mississauga on March 17th. A media day at the Black-Eye Boxing gym in Brantford was well attended as Hess went through his regimen of training for fans and media. Turning pro

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  • Matthews punishes Miller in Mississauga

    Matthews punishes Miller in Mississauga0

    MISSISSAUGA – Brantford boxer Winston “The Punisher” Matthews (2-2-2) defeated Gregory Miller, Saturday December 16th at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. Matthews scored an early knock down in the second round which led to a victory by unanimous decision. It was a four-round fight. “It feels pretty good man,” the boxer said in a calm

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  • “Razor” Hess goes pro

    “Razor” Hess goes pro0

    BRANTFORD – It has been the dream of Six Nations’ boxer Karl “the Razor” Hess, to be a professional Boxer since he first walked up the steps to Brantford’s Black-Eye Boxing Club and asked to meet with Jackie Armour in 2011. Wednesday night that dream was made a reality with the signing of his Ontario Boxing Pro Card.

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  • The Punisher looking for win

    The Punisher looking for win0

    Winston Matthews, aka Jus Win “The Punisher”, has been training hard looking to win an upcoming pro boxing match this Saturday, December 16th between himself and Gregory Miller (0-2) at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. Matthews left the amateur league with a 10-1 record but was put up against the stiffest competition in pro which

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  • Navaho fighter wins UFC women’s flyweight title

    Navaho fighter wins UFC women’s flyweight title0

    LOS ANGELES – Navaho fighter, Nicco Montano, the 14th seed on The Ultimate Fighter 26 tournament, became the inaugural UFC women’s flyweight champion last Wednesday, defeating her hero, veteran Roxanne Modafferi in a unanimous decision. “I love Roxanne, she’s been an inspiration since before I even started fighting, and to share this experience with her was awesome,”

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  • Former Heavyweight Champ still fighting for native youth

    Former Heavyweight Champ still fighting for native youth1

    TACOMA WA – The year was 1999 and the heavyweight boxing world was filled with rising stars, many of whom are well known and revered today. There were five recognized boxing entities at that time — the IBF, WBC, WBA, WBF and the WBO. Names like Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko and

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