Tag Archives: Lou DiBella

Amanda Serrano Says Goodbye for Now

Amanda Serrano Says Goodbye for Now
For years boxing in general has become a niche sport in the United States With the rise of the National Football

Amanda Serrano Gets OK for Sixth Title in Sixth Division This Fall

Amanda Serrano Gets Greenlight for Sixth Weight Division Challenge in Fall   By David A. Avila Multi-world champion Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano will challenge for the junior welterweight world title and a sixth world title in a sixth weight division in late autumn, said Lou DiBella president of DiBella Entertainment on Friday. “We’re working […]

Ireland’s Super Talented Katie Taylor to Fight in NYC

Ireland’s Super Talented Katie Taylor to Fight in NYC   By David A. Avila Prepare for Ireland’s Katie Taylor she is coming to America. The two-time Olympian Taylor will be added to the fight card featuring Mikey Garcia versus Adrien Broner on July 29 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn it was announced on Thursday. For […]

Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza Backs Female Boxing

Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza Jumps In With Both Feet   The fairer sex has been strapping on the fight gloves as long as men and for more than a century of modern day professional boxing, women have not received their fair share of exposure, recognition, fame, money or a combination of all of the above.   […]

The Future of Amanda Serrano

The Future of Amanda Serrano If anybody in female boxing can be riding a high its WBO super bantamweight champion Amanda Serrano (31-1-1, 23KO) of New York and her manager/trainer Jordan Maldonado.   After a very successful 2016 where she fought four times, captured her third and fourth world titles and won every one of […]

Historic Fight: Amanda Serrano vs Yazmin Rivas on TV

Historic Moment for Women’s Boxing on Television   Female boxing finally hits television. Hard-hitting New Yorker Amanda Serrano faces Mexico’s Yazmin Rivas in a super bantamweight clash for the Puerto Rican’s WBO title in less than two weeks. It’s been a long time coming. After a lengthy void of female prizefighting, Showtime Extreme will televise […]

Best of Female Boxing for 2016

The Prizefighters Best of Female Boxing for 2016   Female Fighter of the Year It was a busy year internationally for female prizefighting. Around the world a number of the best showed off their talent. In Norway, a glass ceiling was burst by welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus who ended a ban on women’s boxing in […]

Female Boxing Televised on Showtime in 2017 says Showtime’s Espinoza

Female Boxing Televised on Showtime in 2017 says Showtime’s Espinoza   The revolution will be televised, the revolution will be televised. And it will be live. Loosely using a quote from the late Gil Scott Heron, the revolution of American women’s boxing takes a giant leap with a boost from network television. Showtime will be […]

Heather Hardy “I Didn’t Come This Far, Just to Come This Far.”

Heather Hardy Wants More: “I Didn’t Come This Far Just To Come This Far” With only four weeks to prepare, undefeated WBC International super bantamweight champion Heather “The Heat” Hardy (18-0, 4KO) stepped into the ring against her most important opponent to date, Shelly Vincent (18-1, 1KO), last Sunday, August 21st, at the Ford Amphitheatre […]

Brooklyn’s Heather Hardy Wins Scorcher on Televised Card

Heather Hardy Wins Scorcher on US Televised Card After years of obscurity female prizefighting finally found itself on the national stage with a pair of undefeated featherweights on a televised card. Heather “The Heat” Hardy (18-0, 4 Kos) and Shelly “Shelito’s Way” Vincent made the most of the opportunity with 10 rounds of fistic fury […]