Former WBO heavyweight titlistSergei "The White Wolf" Liakhovich is filing a formal protest, regarding the final outcome of his fight last Friday night against undefeated Deontay Wilder, due to illegal punches that led to him being knocked out at 1:43 of the first round at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California.
Liakhovich's advisor, Attorney Anthony Cardinale...
The 2008 U.S. bronze medalist continues his climb up the heavyweight rankings as the “Bronze Bomber” Deontay Wilder is set to face Sergei Liakhovich. This will be his toughest challenge thus far as Sergei Liakhovich was a former title holder. Deontay Wilder is undefeated t 28-0-0 and all his wins came by way of knockout. [...]
At 35 years of age, former WBO heavyweight champion Sergei Liakhovich, 25-4, 16 KOs, has been around the boxing block a few times. However, the mileage he has logged in the ring figures to be his biggest advantage in his next fight. Liakhovich will take on the younger and perhaps hungrier Bryant Jennings, 27, in a 10-round heavyweight contest on the latest edition of the nationally...
Upstart heavyweight Bryant Jennings, 12-0, 5 KOs, believes that when opportunity knocks, you have no choice but to answer. In January, Jennings stepped into the main event of the inaugural telecast of NBC Sports Network's "Fight Night" boxing series by seizing one of those unlikely opportunities that sometimes come along. On one week's notice, Jennings accepted...
Former WBO heavyweight champ Sergei Liakhovich has gone public with his distaste for Eddie Chamber's actions related to Saturday's cancelled main event bout on the NBC Sports Network's debut "Fight Night" show and the reason behind him pulling out of the card after hearing of Chamber's injury.
Liakhovich claims that Chambers knew about his rib injury two...
Unbeaten Heavyweights Step Up to the Challenge on NBC Sports Network Inaugural Fight Night Broadcast
In a classic match-up of boxer vs. puncher, two talented, undefeated Philadelphia heavyweights have agreed to move up into the spotlight and put their perfect records on the line this coming Saturday, January 21st at Philadelphia's legendary Asylum Arena on the inaugural broadcast...
Heavyweight contender Eddie Chambers suffered fractured ribs in training and has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled 10-round bout with former titleholder Sergei Liakhovich.
January 13, 2012
Promoter Main Events' new boxing series on NBC Sports Network will kick off with a showdown between former heavyweight titlist Sergei Liakhovich and former title challenger Eddie Chambers, Main Events chief Kathy Duva told ESPN.com on Thursday.
December 08, 2011