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Boxcino heavyweights opening round recap

Andrey Fedosov, Donovan Dennis, Lenroy Thomas and Razvan Cojanu all scored victories in their quarterfinal bouts in the Boxcino Heavyweight tournament at the Turning Stone Resort Casino. Dennis took out previously undefeated Steve Vukosa in round four. Dennis was the much quicker fighter from the outset and landed hard shots on Vukosa from early on. In round three, Dennis dropped...
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Heavyweights Take Boxcino On A Turn For The Worse On ESPN2

Last year’s Boxcino tournaments on ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights did all right, and the reviews for the first of two 2015 editions weren’t so bad, either. The heavyweights were up this weekend in the second 2015 installment, and… no. It’s not that they didn’t deliver some good things. The first two fights were close, requiring a draw-breaker 7th round, although opinions...
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Jason Estrada confident of winning Boxcino heavyweight tourney

Former U.S. Olympian Jason “Big Six” Estrada has a stern warning for the rest of the field in the 2015 Boxcino heavyweight tournament. “If I win this first fight,” Estrada (20-5, 6 KOs) said, “it’s over for the rest of these guys.” The 34-year-old Providence, R.I., heavyweight joined the field early this week when Mario Heredia was pulled from the tournament due to...
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Boxcino Heavyweights Friday Night Fights match-ups & previews

The February 20 edition of ESPN Friday Night Fights will feature the quarterfinals of the heavyweight portion of Boxcino 2015. Friday’s show, from Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Verona, N.Y., will air live at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2, and is presented by Banner Promotions. Heavyweight Quarterfinal Matchups Jason Estrada (20-5, 6 KOs) vs. Lenroy Thomas (18-3, 9 KOs) Donovan Dennis...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Former U.S. Olympian Jason Estrada replaces Mario Heredia

    Boxcino 2015 Heavyweight training camp quotes Former U.S. Olympian Jason Estrada replaces Mario Heredia  For Immediate Release Verona, NY (February 17, 2015)–This Friday night at the Turning Stone Resort Casino, the Boxcino 2015 Heavyweight tournament will begin with four quarterfinal bouts. Former U.S. Olympian, Jason “Big Six” Estrada is a replacement in the tournament...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Estrada enters as late sub for Boxcino heavyweights

This Friday night at the Turning Stone Resort Casino, the Boxcino 2015 Heavyweight tournament will begin with four quarterfinal bouts. Former U.S. Olympian, Jason “Big Six” Estrada is a replacement in the tournament for Mario Heredia who bowed out of the tournament for medical reasons. Credit: Big Six Entertainment Estrada of Providence, Rhode Island was a member of 2004 United...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

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