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November 23, 2003 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
In nearly 15 years as a professional fighter, John Brown thought he had seen everything in the ring. But Saturday night Brown was knocked through the ropes by a right uppercut from Rolando Reyes and was counted out by referee Jack Reese 1:12 into the first round of their scheduled 10-round lightweight fight. As the Arrowhead Pond crowd of 3,216 looked on, Brown -- after the knockdown -- was outside the ring listening to Reese's count.
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May 9, 2007 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
Diego Corrales' lack of street motorcycle riding experience and his decision to speed on surface roads were identified Tuesday as the probable causes of the fatal crash that killed the former two-division boxing champion Monday, Las Vegas Police said. Corrales, 29, was riding a 2007 Suzuki motorcycle about 10 miles from the Las Vegas Strip, having just left an apartment complex where he had met with friends. He was heading to his home a few minutes away, said his co-promoter, Antonio Leonard.
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August 30, 2000 | From Staff Reports
Mervyn Penniston of Trinidad and Jaime De La Torre of Zacatecas, Mexico, will fight for the WBC Latin American-Caribbean super-middleweight championship on Sept. 16 at the Castaic Brick Yard. Penniston and De La Torre, who trains out of El Monte, each have seven knockouts. Two experienced lightweights, Justin Juuko of Masaka, Uganda, and Alejandro Jiminez of Canoga Park, will meet in an eight-round bout.
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April 8, 2000 | Associated Press
Seven players were cut Friday from the U.S. Olympic soccer team, leaving an 18-man roster--12 of whom are from California--for qualifying, which begins April 21 in Hershey, Pa. Cut were goalkeeper Andy Kirk of Tampa Bay; defenders Matt Chulis (Columbus), Eric Denton (D.C. United), Carlos Parra (New England) and Evan Whitfield (Chicago); midfielder Brian Winters (A-League); and forward Chris Brown (Kansas City).
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April 22, 2005 | Steve Springer, Times Staff Writer
In the early days, his nickname fit him like the boxing gloves he used to carve out a niche at the top of his profession. For "Sugar" Shane Mosley, life was indeed sweet. The peak was a victory over Oscar De La Hoya in Staples Center in 2000, a triumph that appeared to move Mosley out of his long-time Southern California rival's shadow. But it was never that good again for the former super-welterweight champion from Pomona.
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June 6, 2012 | By Lance Pugmire
LAS VEGAS -- In the bowels of the abandoned Pontiac (Mich.) Silverdome in January 2011, boxing manager Cameron Dunkin steamed. Dunkin had just reviewed a financial breakdown of undefeated fighter Timothy Bradley's bout againstĀ  unbeaten Devon Alexander and took note that Bradley promoter Gary Shaw was pocketing $600,000 while Bradley would receive his guaranteed $1.1 million. "Don King wouldn't even do this!" Dunkin barked. For Bradley, it was the final straw in his relationship with Shaw and co-promoter Ken Thompson, who had previously directed Bradley's career through bouts at a Corona lumber yard and the Ontario DoubleTree hotel ballroom.
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June 24, 2007 | Steve Springer, Times Staff Writer
It took a beat of the heart for the paralyzing pain to set in. In that instant, Jose Luis Castillo took a step back and stared at the man who had just delivered the devastating blow to his rib cage on the right side. But then the agony and the helplessness crept over Castillo as the air was sucked out of his body.
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December 3, 2005 | Steve Springer, Times Staff Writer
As he walked out of Graterford state prison in Pennsylvania, Bernard Hopkins passed a guard. "You'll be back," the sneering guard told Hopkins. That was 18 years ago and Hopkins has returned only as a role model, an example of how a kid from the wrong side of the tracks can find the road to success. Hopkins spent five years in prison after being convicted, at 17, of robbery.
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March 6, 2004 | STEVE SPRINGER
It was a scene that left boxing fans with a bad taste, yet hungering for more. Fighting on the undercard of the James Toney-Evander Holyfield heavyweight match at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Events Center last October, junior-lightweights Joel Casamayor and Diego Corrales waged a fierce battle. After six rounds, Corrales had been knocked down twice, Casamayor once.
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June 5, 2006 | Steve Springer, Times Staff Writer
After failing to qualify for Saturday's scheduled lightweight title fight when he came in overweight Friday, Jose Luis Castillo now faces the scales of justice. Keith Kizer, executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, was expected to issue a complaint today or Tuesday against the former two-time World Boxing Council lightweight champion.
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