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    Monday, October 30, 2006

    SecondsOut Radio: Floyd Mayweather, Carlos Baldomir, Joe Calzaghe, Sergei Liakhovich, Shannon Briggs, Juan Diaz, Angulo, McGuigan, Warren 

  • SecondsOut Radio with Eddie Goldman


  • SecondsOut Radio: Floyd Mayweather Jr., Carlos Baldomir, Joe Calzaghe, Sergei Liakhovich, Shannon Briggs, Juan Diaz, Fernando Angulo, Barry McGuigan, Frank Warren

    On this week's packed edition of SecondsOut Radio, host Eddie Goldman, previews the huge weekend of boxing which is approaching.

    On Saturday, November 4, at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, WBC welterweight champion Carlos Baldomir (43-9-6, 13 KOs) will defend his title against the fighter considered by most to be the top pound-for-pound boxer in the world, Floyd Mayweather Jr. (36-0, 24 KOs). That fight will headline a pay-per-view telecast on HBO in the U.S. We spoke with both Baldomir and Mayweather this past week.

    Also on Saturday, November 4, WBO heavyweight champion Sergei Liakhovich (23-1, 14 KOs), considered by many as among the very best of the fragmented heavyweight division, will defend his title against the former linear heavyweight champion of the world, Shannon Briggs (47-4-1, 41 KOs). That fight will take place at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, and will be shown in the U.S. on Showtime. We spoke with Liakhovich, Briggs, and Liakhovich's manager, Ivaylo Gotzev, this past week.

    The co-feature on that Showtime telecast will pit the undefeated WBA lightweight champion Juan Diaz (30-0, 15 KOs) against challenger Fernando Angulo (18-3, 12 KOs). We spoke with both Diaz and Angulo this past week.

    Plus, the undefeated WBO and IBF super middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe (42-0, 31 KOs), fresh from his victory October 14 over Sakio Bika at the MEN Arena in Manchester, England, was in New York this past week along with promoter Frank Warren to meet with the American boxing media and to finalize their plans for next year. We spoke with both Calzaghe and Warren as well.

    It is free to listen to SecondsOut Radio, but you must register to gain access to it. Just click here, and listen, learn, and enjoy.

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    WORLD COMBAT LEAGUE
    NOVEMBER 10, 2006
    KNIGHT CENTER / MIAMI FLORIDA
    EVENT PREVIEW
    Contact: Manny Mora
    James Knight Center
    (305) 372-4633
    Jeff Duclos
    World Combat League
    (310) 374-0465

    NEW YORK CLASH VS PHILADELPHIA FIRE

    The new and improved New York Clash will face the Philadelphia Fire in the WCL’s combat zone, in a test of their upgraded team roster vs. some of the leagues most dynamic and experienced CMA fighters. Each team will have their season on the line as they match-up for a chance to better their finishing position in the WCL’s premier season. The Clash’s revised line-up features three new starters selected to add knockout power and overall aggressiveness to their game. The Fire has done a little tweaking of their own, adding both youthful energy and some veteran experience.

    Rami “Arabian Nightmare” Ibrahim VS. Fernando “Cool” Calleros

    In this 147 lb. match-up, look for a frenzy of leg kicks used to ”break each other down” and gain position for power punches. Both fighters will be looking for the knockout in order to give their team a big 15-point edge. Rami Ibrahim has the advantage in WCL experience, but “Cool” Calleros has the advantage in overall fight experience.

    Tom “The Phenom” Poey VS. Jason Tankson Bourelly

    At 164 lbs. we’ll see a real clash of styles. New York’s Tom Poey has tremendous kickboxing skills and works the body like you stole his wallet. The Fire’s Jason Bourelly is one of the fastest and most athletic fighters in the league.

    Lemont “Bad Boy” Davis VS. Peyton “The Artist” Russell

    Lemont Davis is tough, proud, experienced and hungry. He’ll need to access every resource he can when he faces Peyton “The Artist” Russell. Russell has proven to be a top performer for the Fire all season. “Bad Boy”, has the tools, the skill and the will necessary to be one of Russell’s toughest tests but in order to do that he’ll need to come “fully loaded” and ready to fire.

    Carlos “Showtime” Tearney VS. Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson

    Stephen Thompson has the highest effectiveness rating in the league (points scored by him vs. points scored against him), because the vast majority of his opponents have finished the fight on their backs looking up at the lights. “Wonderboy” is an unorthodox and powerful sharp-shooter who can get you out of there with a single punch or a single kick. He’s deadly accurate and attacks effectively from what most fighters would consider “outside” of range.

    Joe Guadalupe VS. Jesse Isbell

    This heavyweight conflict will feature two experienced fighters making their WCL debut. In doing so they each hope to cement their newly earned positions as “starters” for their respective teams. Both have great winning records and are ready to adjust their speedometer to the WCL’s required “full throttle” setting.

    Jennifer Santiago VS. Virginia Baker

    Jennifer Santiago leads the league in scoring. She also leads the league in penalties assessed against her (there is no close second). She even has a CMA technique named after her as a result of her stunning knockout of Angie Woolum in our premier event. Gin Baker knows all of this and shrugs it off. She respects Jenn as far as that goes but is quick to say, statistics become irrelevant once she has to stand in front of me in the combat zone.


    NEW ENGLAND STRIKERS VS MIAMI FORCE

    New England vs. Miami could likely come down to the wire, in what promises to be a VERY close contest. Each match-up will be colorful, competitive and compelling. A slight advantage in one match will be offset by an opposing edge in another. Look for a “tooth and nail” struggle between two teams wanting a taste of the WCL’s premiere season league championship event.

    Tommy “Li’l Dragon” Bach VS. Scotty Mukaddam

    “Slick vs. Tough” might be the best way to characterize this fight. “Li’l Dragon” has shown that he can effectively adjust his style to meet the circumstances and Scotty Mukaddam has demonstrated the ability do whatever it takes to come out on top. Bach is the more technical fighter and technical fighters have posed a serious challenge for Mukaddam in the past.

    Shannon “The Cannon” Hudson VS. Eric “El Tigre” Costanos

    This 164 lb. match-up will be a barn-burner. Neither of these guys even knows how to back up “The Cannon” vs. “El Tigre” will be a classic WCL confrontation between two guys who really know how to “burn rubber”. The intangibles? Hudson’s youth and athleticism vs. Costanos’ pride fighting in front of his home town fans.

    John “The Mad Mohawk” Fleming VS. Crafton “Blaze” Wallace

    This will be interesting because so far this season, “Blaze” has had to hunt down each of his prey with what can only be described as his uncommonly relentless attack. He won’t have to search far to find “The Mad Mohawk” who by his very nature is an “in your face” kind of fighter.

    Ronnie “Kid” Copeland VS. Armin Mrkanovic

    This match-up features two “supporting actors” who most certainly have the strong desire to become WCL “leading men”. Each, in his last contest, was defeated by athletes who are commonly considered the two best 195 lb. fighters in the league.

    Alex “The Lumberjack” Beck VS. Kelly “The Lion” Leo

    “The Lumberjack vs. The Lion”. Is Beck’s blade sharper or are Leo’s fangs more pointed? Both fighters are coming off exciting KO performances, with Alex Beck stopping New York’s Mo Fawzey via spinning backfist and Kelly Leo finishing the Fire’s Dan Erickson with a straight left hand. Look for Beck to make Leo work hard rather than give him time and space to pick his shots.

    Marisol Vidal-Ortiz VS. Trisha “TNT” Leo

    Trish “TNT” Leo will make her WCL debut against New England Striker, Soli Vidal-Ortiz in what promises to be a raging conflict between two fighters with similar styles. Both prefer to use their kicks to gain entry and then let their hands go. So look for this duel to be fought in the trenches with each fighter unloading combinations.
     
    WORLD COMBAT LEAGUE
    NOVEMBER 10, 2006
    KNIGHT CENTER / MIAMI FLORIDA
    EVENT PREVIEW
    Contact: Manny Mora
    James Knight Center
    (305) 372-4633
    Jeff Duclos
    World Combat League
    (310) 374-0465

    NEW YORK CLASH VS PHILADELPHIA FIRE

    The new and improved New York Clash will face the Philadelphia Fire in the WCL’s combat zone, in a test of their upgraded team roster vs. some of the leagues most dynamic and experienced CMA fighters. Each team will have their season on the line as they match-up for a chance to better their finishing position in the WCL’s premier season. The Clash’s revised line-up features three new starters selected to add knockout power and overall aggressiveness to their game. The Fire has done a little tweaking of their own, adding both youthful energy and some veteran experience.

    Rami “Arabian Nightmare” Ibrahim VS. Fernando “Cool” Calleros

    In this 147 lb. match-up, look for a frenzy of leg kicks used to ”break each other down” and gain position for power punches. Both fighters will be looking for the knockout in order to give their team a big 15-point edge. Rami Ibrahim has the advantage in WCL experience, but “Cool” Calleros has the advantage in overall fight experience.

    Tom “The Phenom” Poey VS. Jason Tankson Bourelly

    At 164 lbs. we’ll see a real clash of styles. New York’s Tom Poey has tremendous kickboxing skills and works the body like you stole his wallet. The Fire’s Jason Bourelly is one of the fastest and most athletic fighters in the league.

    Lemont “Bad Boy” Davis VS. Peyton “The Artist” Russell

    Lemont Davis is tough, proud, experienced and hungry. He’ll need to access every resource he can when he faces Peyton “The Artist” Russell. Russell has proven to be a top performer for the Fire all season. “Bad Boy”, has the tools, the skill and the will necessary to be one of Russell’s toughest tests but in order to do that he’ll need to come “fully loaded” and ready to fire.

    Carlos “Showtime” Tearney VS. Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson

    Stephen Thompson has the highest effectiveness rating in the league (points scored by him vs. points scored against him), because the vast majority of his opponents have finished the fight on their backs looking up at the lights. “Wonderboy” is an unorthodox and powerful sharp-shooter who can get you out of there with a single punch or a single kick. He’s deadly accurate and attacks effectively from what most fighters would consider “outside” of range.

    Joe Guadalupe VS. Jesse Isbell

    This heavyweight conflict will feature two experienced fighters making their WCL debut. In doing so they each hope to cement their newly earned positions as “starters” for their respective teams. Both have great winning records and are ready to adjust their speedometer to the WCL’s required “full throttle” setting.

    Jennifer Santiago VS. Virginia Baker

    Jennifer Santiago leads the league in scoring. She also leads the league in penalties assessed against her (there is no close second). She even has a CMA technique named after her as a result of her stunning knockout of Angie Woolum in our premier event. Gin Baker knows all of this and shrugs it off. She respects Jenn as far as that goes but is quick to say, statistics become irrelevant once she has to stand in front of me in the combat zone.


    NEW ENGLAND STRIKERS VS MIAMI FORCE

    New England vs. Miami could likely come down to the wire, in what promises to be a VERY close contest. Each match-up will be colorful, competitive and compelling. A slight advantage in one match will be offset by an opposing edge in another. Look for a “tooth and nail” struggle between two teams wanting a taste of the WCL’s premiere season league championship event.

    Tommy “Li’l Dragon” Bach VS. Scotty Mukaddam

    “Slick vs. Tough” might be the best way to characterize this fight. “Li’l Dragon” has shown that he can effectively adjust his style to meet the circumstances and Scotty Mukaddam has demonstrated the ability do whatever it takes to come out on top. Bach is the more technical fighter and technical fighters have posed a serious challenge for Mukaddam in the past.

    Shannon “The Cannon” Hudson VS. Eric “El Tigre” Costanos

    This 164 lb. match-up will be a barn-burner. Neither of these guys even knows how to back up “The Cannon” vs. “El Tigre” will be a classic WCL confrontation between two guys who really know how to “burn rubber”. The intangibles? Hudson’s youth and athleticism vs. Costanos’ pride fighting in front of his home town fans.

    John “The Mad Mohawk” Fleming VS. Crafton “Blaze” Wallace

    This will be interesting because so far this season, “Blaze” has had to hunt down each of his prey with what can only be described as his uncommonly relentless attack. He won’t have to search far to find “The Mad Mohawk” who by his very nature is an “in your face” kind of fighter.

    Ronnie “Kid” Copeland VS. Armin Mrkanovic

    This match-up features two “supporting actors” who most certainly have the strong desire to become WCL “leading men”. Each, in his last contest, was defeated by athletes who are commonly considered the two best 195 lb. fighters in the league.

    Alex “The Lumberjack” Beck VS. Kelly “The Lion” Leo

    “The Lumberjack vs. The Lion”. Is Beck’s blade sharper or are Leo’s fangs more pointed? Both fighters are coming off exciting KO performances, with Alex Beck stopping New York’s Mo Fawzey via spinning backfist and Kelly Leo finishing the Fire’s Dan Erickson with a straight left hand. Look for Beck to make Leo work hard rather than give him time and space to pick his shots.

    Marisol Vidal-Ortiz VS. Trisha “TNT” Leo

    Trish “TNT” Leo will make her WCL debut against New England Striker, Soli Vidal-Ortiz in what promises to be a raging conflict between two fighters with similar styles. Both prefer to use their kicks to gain entry and then let their hands go. So look for this duel to be fought in the trenches with each fighter unloading combinations.
     
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    WORLD COMBAT LEAGUE
    NOVEMBER 10, 2006
    KNIGHT CENTER / MIAMI FLORIDA
    EVENT PREVIEW
    Contact: Manny Mora
    James Knight Center
    (305) 372-4633
    Jeff Duclos
    World Combat League
    (310) 374-0465

    NEW YORK CLASH VS PHILADELPHIA FIRE

    The new and improved New York Clash will face the Philadelphia Fire in the WCL’s combat zone, in a test of their upgraded team roster vs. some of the leagues most dynamic and experienced CMA fighters. Each team will have their season on the line as they match-up for a chance to better their finishing position in the WCL’s premier season. The Clash’s revised line-up features three new starters selected to add knockout power and overall aggressiveness to their game. The Fire has done a little tweaking of their own, adding both youthful energy and some veteran experience.

    Rami “Arabian Nightmare” Ibrahim VS. Fernando “Cool” Calleros

    In this 147 lb. match-up, look for a frenzy of leg kicks used to ”break each other down” and gain position for power punches. Both fighters will be looking for the knockout in order to give their team a big 15-point edge. Rami Ibrahim has the advantage in WCL experience, but “Cool” Calleros has the advantage in overall fight experience.

    Tom “The Phenom” Poey VS. Jason Tankson Bourelly

    At 164 lbs. we’ll see a real clash of styles. New York’s Tom Poey has tremendous kickboxing skills and works the body like you stole his wallet. The Fire’s Jason Bourelly is one of the fastest and most athletic fighters in the league.

    Lemont “Bad Boy” Davis VS. Peyton “The Artist” Russell

    Lemont Davis is tough, proud, experienced and hungry. He’ll need to access every resource he can when he faces Peyton “The Artist” Russell. Russell has proven to be a top performer for the Fire all season. “Bad Boy”, has the tools, the skill and the will necessary to be one of Russell’s toughest tests but in order to do that he’ll need to come “fully loaded” and ready to fire.

    Carlos “Showtime” Tearney VS. Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson

    Stephen Thompson has the highest effectiveness rating in the league (points scored by him vs. points scored against him), because the vast majority of his opponents have finished the fight on their backs looking up at the lights. “Wonderboy” is an unorthodox and powerful sharp-shooter who can get you out of there with a single punch or a single kick. He’s deadly accurate and attacks effectively from what most fighters would consider “outside” of range.

    Joe Guadalupe VS. Jesse Isbell

    This heavyweight conflict will feature two experienced fighters making their WCL debut. In doing so they each hope to cement their newly earned positions as “starters” for their respective teams. Both have great winning records and are ready to adjust their speedometer to the WCL’s required “full throttle” setting.

    Jennifer Santiago VS. Virginia Baker

    Jennifer Santiago leads the league in scoring. She also leads the league in penalties assessed against her (there is no close second). She even has a CMA technique named after her as a result of her stunning knockout of Angie Woolum in our premier event. Gin Baker knows all of this and shrugs it off. She respects Jenn as far as that goes but is quick to say, statistics become irrelevant once she has to stand in front of me in the combat zone.


    NEW ENGLAND STRIKERS VS MIAMI FORCE

    New England vs. Miami could likely come down to the wire, in what promises to be a VERY close contest. Each match-up will be colorful, competitive and compelling. A slight advantage in one match will be offset by an opposing edge in another. Look for a “tooth and nail” struggle between two teams wanting a taste of the WCL’s premiere season league championship event.

    Tommy “Li’l Dragon” Bach VS. Scotty Mukaddam

    “Slick vs. Tough” might be the best way to characterize this fight. “Li’l Dragon” has shown that he can effectively adjust his style to meet the circumstances and Scotty Mukaddam has demonstrated the ability do whatever it takes to come out on top. Bach is the more technical fighter and technical fighters have posed a serious challenge for Mukaddam in the past.

    Shannon “The Cannon” Hudson VS. Eric “El Tigre” Costanos

    This 164 lb. match-up will be a barn-burner. Neither of these guys even knows how to back up “The Cannon” vs. “El Tigre” will be a classic WCL confrontation between two guys who really know how to “burn rubber”. The intangibles? Hudson’s youth and athleticism vs. Costanos’ pride fighting in front of his home town fans.

    John “The Mad Mohawk” Fleming VS. Crafton “Blaze” Wallace

    This will be interesting because so far this season, “Blaze” has had to hunt down each of his prey with what can only be described as his uncommonly relentless attack. He won’t have to search far to find “The Mad Mohawk” who by his very nature is an “in your face” kind of fighter.

    Ronnie “Kid” Copeland VS. Armin Mrkanovic

    This match-up features two “supporting actors” who most certainly have the strong desire to become WCL “leading men”. Each, in his last contest, was defeated by athletes who are commonly considered the two best 195 lb. fighters in the league.

    Alex “The Lumberjack” Beck VS. Kelly “The Lion” Leo

    “The Lumberjack vs. The Lion”. Is Beck’s blade sharper or are Leo’s fangs more pointed? Both fighters are coming off exciting KO performances, with Alex Beck stopping New York’s Mo Fawzey via spinning backfist and Kelly Leo finishing the Fire’s Dan Erickson with a straight left hand. Look for Beck to make Leo work hard rather than give him time and space to pick his shots.

    Marisol Vidal-Ortiz VS. Trisha “TNT” Leo

    Trish “TNT” Leo will make her WCL debut against New England Striker, Soli Vidal-Ortiz in what promises to be a raging conflict between two fighters with similar styles. Both prefer to use their kicks to gain entry and then let their hands go. So look for this duel to be fought in the trenches with each fighter unloading combinations.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:28 PM  

    WORLD COMBAT LEAGUE
    NOVEMBER 10, 2006
    KNIGHT CENTER / MIAMI FLORIDA
    EVENT PREVIEW
    Contact: Manny Mora
    James Knight Center
    (305) 372-4633
    Jeff Duclos
    World Combat League
    (310) 374-0465

    NEW YORK CLASH VS PHILADELPHIA FIRE

    The new and improved New York Clash will face the Philadelphia Fire in the WCL’s combat zone, in a test of their upgraded team roster vs. some of the leagues most dynamic and experienced CMA fighters. Each team will have their season on the line as they match-up for a chance to better their finishing position in the WCL’s premier season. The Clash’s revised line-up features three new starters selected to add knockout power and overall aggressiveness to their game. The Fire has done a little tweaking of their own, adding both youthful energy and some veteran experience.

    Rami “Arabian Nightmare” Ibrahim VS. Fernando “Cool” Calleros

    In this 147 lb. match-up, look for a frenzy of leg kicks used to ”break each other down” and gain position for power punches. Both fighters will be looking for the knockout in order to give their team a big 15-point edge. Rami Ibrahim has the advantage in WCL experience, but “Cool” Calleros has the advantage in overall fight experience.

    Tom “The Phenom” Poey VS. Jason Tankson Bourelly

    At 164 lbs. we’ll see a real clash of styles. New York’s Tom Poey has tremendous kickboxing skills and works the body like you stole his wallet. The Fire’s Jason Bourelly is one of the fastest and most athletic fighters in the league.

    Lemont “Bad Boy” Davis VS. Peyton “The Artist” Russell

    Lemont Davis is tough, proud, experienced and hungry. He’ll need to access every resource he can when he faces Peyton “The Artist” Russell. Russell has proven to be a top performer for the Fire all season. “Bad Boy”, has the tools, the skill and the will necessary to be one of Russell’s toughest tests but in order to do that he’ll need to come “fully loaded” and ready to fire.

    Carlos “Showtime” Tearney VS. Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson

    Stephen Thompson has the highest effectiveness rating in the league (points scored by him vs. points scored against him), because the vast majority of his opponents have finished the fight on their backs looking up at the lights. “Wonderboy” is an unorthodox and powerful sharp-shooter who can get you out of there with a single punch or a single kick. He’s deadly accurate and attacks effectively from what most fighters would consider “outside” of range.

    Joe Guadalupe VS. Jesse Isbell

    This heavyweight conflict will feature two experienced fighters making their WCL debut. In doing so they each hope to cement their newly earned positions as “starters” for their respective teams. Both have great winning records and are ready to adjust their speedometer to the WCL’s required “full throttle” setting.

    Jennifer Santiago VS. Virginia Baker

    Jennifer Santiago leads the league in scoring. She also leads the league in penalties assessed against her (there is no close second). She even has a CMA technique named after her as a result of her stunning knockout of Angie Woolum in our premier event. Gin Baker knows all of this and shrugs it off. She respects Jenn as far as that goes but is quick to say, statistics become irrelevant once she has to stand in front of me in the combat zone.


    NEW ENGLAND STRIKERS VS MIAMI FORCE

    New England vs. Miami could likely come down to the wire, in what promises to be a VERY close contest. Each match-up will be colorful, competitive and compelling. A slight advantage in one match will be offset by an opposing edge in another. Look for a “tooth and nail” struggle between two teams wanting a taste of the WCL’s premiere season league championship event.

    Tommy “Li’l Dragon” Bach VS. Scotty Mukaddam

    “Slick vs. Tough” might be the best way to characterize this fight. “Li’l Dragon” has shown that he can effectively adjust his style to meet the circumstances and Scotty Mukaddam has demonstrated the ability do whatever it takes to come out on top. Bach is the more technical fighter and technical fighters have posed a serious challenge for Mukaddam in the past.

    Shannon “The Cannon” Hudson VS. Eric “El Tigre” Costanos

    This 164 lb. match-up will be a barn-burner. Neither of these guys even knows how to back up “The Cannon” vs. “El Tigre” will be a classic WCL confrontation between two guys who really know how to “burn rubber”. The intangibles? Hudson’s youth and athleticism vs. Costanos’ pride fighting in front of his home town fans.

    John “The Mad Mohawk” Fleming VS. Crafton “Blaze” Wallace

    This will be interesting because so far this season, “Blaze” has had to hunt down each of his prey with what can only be described as his uncommonly relentless attack. He won’t have to search far to find “The Mad Mohawk” who by his very nature is an “in your face” kind of fighter.

    Ronnie “Kid” Copeland VS. Armin Mrkanovic

    This match-up features two “supporting actors” who most certainly have the strong desire to become WCL “leading men”. Each, in his last contest, was defeated by athletes who are commonly considered the two best 195 lb. fighters in the league.

    Alex “The Lumberjack” Beck VS. Kelly “The Lion” Leo

    “The Lumberjack vs. The Lion”. Is Beck’s blade sharper or are Leo’s fangs more pointed? Both fighters are coming off exciting KO performances, with Alex Beck stopping New York’s Mo Fawzey via spinning backfist and Kelly Leo finishing the Fire’s Dan Erickson with a straight left hand. Look for Beck to make Leo work hard rather than give him time and space to pick his shots.

    Marisol Vidal-Ortiz VS. Trisha “TNT” Leo

    Trish “TNT” Leo will make her WCL debut against New England Striker, Soli Vidal-Ortiz in what promises to be a raging conflict between two fighters with similar styles. Both prefer to use their kicks to gain entry and then let their hands go. So look for this duel to be fought in the trenches with each fighter unloading combinations.

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