The Nevada State Athletic Commission voted 4-0, as expected, to overturn the result of the Guillermo Rigondeaux-Moises Flores junior featherweight world title fight from a first-round knockout win for Rigondeaux to a no-decision at its meeting on Monday in Las Vegas.Rigondeaux, the reigning titleholder, and Flores, the interim titlist and mandatory challenger, met on June 17 in the co-feature of the Andre Ward-Sergey Kovalev light heavyweight title rematch at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Beibut Shumenov, who vacated his cruiserweight world title last week because a severe eye injury prevented him from making a long overdue mandatory defense, announced his retirement from boxing on Monday because of the injury. "I have regrettably relinquished my WBA cruiserweight title and retired from boxing because of a traumatic eye injury suffered the week before my last scheduled fight," Shumenov said.
A roundup of the past week's notable boxing results from around the world:Saturday at Louisville, KentuckyCarlos Negron TKO4 Derric Rossy Heavyweight Records: Negron (20-1, 16 KOs); Rossy (31-13, 15 KOs)Rafael's remarks: Negron, 29, a 2008 Puerto Rican Olympian, was very impressive as he won his seventh consecutive fight in the CBS Sports Network-televised main event of the first card put on by Real Deal Sports & Entertainment, the new promotional company co-owned by former heavyweight world...
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