Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, Essex
John McDermott vs. Tyson Fury (heavyweights)
Gary Davies vs Ian Napa (British bantamweight Championship)
Memorial Hall, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Mike Oliver vs Castulo Gonzalez (junior featherweight)
Mical Weisberg vs Frankie Reed (super middleweight)
Isander Beauchamp vs Elton Dharry (bantamweight)
MCH Messecenter Herning, Herning
Mikkel Kessler vs. Gusmyl Perdomo (WBA super middleweight Championship)
Pechange Resort & Casino, Temecula
Andre Ward vs. Shelby Pudwill (super middleweight)
James Toney vs. Matt Greer (heavyweight)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Ivan “Iron Boy” Calderon vs. Rodel Mayol (WBO junior flyweight championship)
Roman Martinez vs. Vincente Rodriguez (WBO junior lightweight championship)
Juan Mercedes vs. Jesus Martinez (junior bantamweight)
FRANK MALONEY believes referee Terry O'Connor cost John McDermott his English heavyweight title because the Essex fighter's dad knocked him out 32 years ago.
O'Connor caused one of the biggest controversies ever seen in a British boxing ring when he scored Tyson Fury a 98-92 points winner over McDermott at Brentwood Arena on Friday.
Sky TV commentators, 2000 fans packed into the sold out venue and millions of TV viewers were stunned.
Many bombarded internet sites and vented their anger towards O'Connor over his decision in the ten round fight where McDermott appeared a clear winner.
Former journeyman O'Connor who won just 20 of his 44 fights when he boxed was knocked out in five rounds by Stan McDermott at the Royal Albert Hall in December 1977.
Monday September 14th will mark the second meeting of the Boxing Promoters Association (BPA). Just like the first one, which took place on July 20th and included more than thirty of the United States top promoters, the meeting will be held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.
At the first meeting, the promoters discussed the current state of boxing and the need to establish a unified association. After an all day meeting, the promoters unanimously agreed to form a trade association by signing the Declaration of the Boxing Promoters Association and addressed and conversed over numerous boxing industry issues as set forth in a multi-point agenda. On many points, the Promoters found themselves in unanimous agreement. Over the past 2 months, the Association has been completing the formation process and membership procedure. The not- for-profit entity will continue its work on the 14th, and will have major announcements thereafter, including announcing its membership, Board of Directors and Committee appointments. Industry wide progress has already begun and official BPA policy and position will be set forth publicly at and after the next meeting.