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Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia ready for their bout on Saturday (Photo: Amanda Westcott – SHOWTIME)
By Chris Robinson
Earlier today, in Brooklyn, New York, Keith “One Time” Thurman and Danny “Swift’ Garcia weighed in ahead of their welterweight unification matchup, set for the Barclays Center on Saturday night. The showdown between Thurman (27-0, 22 KO’s), the WBA welterweight champion of the world, and Garcia (33-0, 19 KO’s), the division’s WBC champion, will air on CBS as part of a Premier Boxing Champions telecast.
As both men hit the scale at Friday’s Official Weigh-In, Thurman came in weighing 146 1/4 while Garcia was 146 1/2 pounds. At the face-off, the two men had to be separated.
Keith Thurman is ready for his battle with Danny Garcia (Amanda Westcott – SHOWTIME)
By Chris Robinson
Keith “One Time” Thurman is a few days away from a potentially-career defining fight.
Thurman (27-0, 22 KO’s), the WBA welterweight champion of the world, will face off with WBC champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (33-0, 19 KO’s) inside of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The matchup, set to air on SHOWTIME, is one of the best fights in the sport to make and will go a long way to determining who is the best in the sport at 147 pounds.
Keith Thurman talking Adrien Broner vs. Shawn Porter (Photo: Chris Robinson)
By Chris Robinson
We are a few mere hours away from the big Adrien Broner vs. Shawn Porter fight, set for the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In the evening’s main event, Broner (30-1, 22 KO’s), by way of Cincinatti, Oh., will tangle with Akron’s Porter (25-1-1, 16 KO’s) in an NBC-televised affair set as part of the “Premier Boxing Champions” wave of telecasts that have been sweeping the airwaves.
Keith Thurman was sharp against Robert Guerrero last night (Photo: Naoki Fukuda)
By Chris Robinson
On Saturday night, March 7, interim WBA welterweight champion Keith “One Time” Thurman defeated former multi-division world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero over 12 entertaining rounds on the inaugural version of NBC’s “Premier Boxing Champions”.
From the outset of the match, it was apparent that Thurman’s speed and power was going to be a big factor, as he was able to establish an early edge over southpaw foe. Guerrero remained patient and kept pressing forward, but he simply couldn’t get into enough of a groove to establish control.
Keith Thurman in Las Vegas (Photo: Naoki Fukuda)
By Chris Robinson
If there is anything you can spot with undefeated welterweight power puncher Keith Thurman, it’s just how brash and engaging of a character he is.
Thurman meets up with Italy’s Leonard Bundu on Saturday night from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in a Showtime-televised tripleheader that will see him attempt to defend his interim WBA welterweight belt. The fight takes place on the Amir Khan vs. Devon Alexander undercard.
Interim WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman stays sharp, getting in some sparring work while he waits on word of his next fight.
A crippling puncher with a sterling 23-0 record with 21 knockouts, Thurman last fought on April 26, stopping former two-time lightweight tilist Julio Diaz after three rounds. Thurman is one of the fastest rising stars in the sport and should be in line for some very big fights in the near future.
HustleBoss.com catches up with interim WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman (23-1, 21 KO’s), as he speaks on his recent victory over former titlist Julio Diaz while eyeing future matches with Shawn Porter and Amir Khan.
Photos from the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. as interim WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman (23-0, 21 KO’s) scores a stoppage victory over Julio Diaz as the former two-time titlist’s corner stopped the fight after the third round. Thurman dropped Diaz in the second round before matching him toe to toe in the third. Surprisingly, Diaz’s corner cited a rib injury before waiving things off.
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HustleBoss.com was on hand as interim WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman worked out for the media ahead of his April 26 match vs. Julio Diaz. Thurman
Reporter Sergio Venegas catches up with interim WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman following his 9th round TKO over Jesus Soto Karass. Hear what Thurman had to say about the Marcos Maidana vs. Adrien Broner fight and his wishes at facing Marcos again after his big victory
HustleBoss.com goes behind the scenes with interim WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman before his 9th round TKO victory over Jesus Soto Karass. Check out the video for Thurman and his trainer Dan Birmingham going to work
Weigh-in coverage from the Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex. as interim WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s) weighs in with challenger Jesus Soto Karass (28-8-3, 18 KO’s) ahead of their Showtime-televised matchup on the Adrien Broner vs. Marcos Maidana event
Chris Robinson catches up with welterweight contender Keith Thurman, as he speaks on his nature as a fighter, his roots in the Florida fight game, Paulie Malignaggi’s victory over Zab Judah, Danny Garcia’s rise as a star in boxing, and more
Chris Robinson catches up with welterweight contender Keith Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s) in San Antonio, Texas, as he speaks on his upcoming match vs. Jesus Soto Karass, his bond with trainer Dan Birmingham, and a possible fight with Adrien Broner in the future
Interim WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s) speaks to the media in San Antonio, Texas, ahead of his Dec. 14 clash against Jesus Soto Karass. Hear what Thurman had to say about the fight in this clip
Keith Thurman bested Diego Chaves in a tough fight on Saturday night
By Chris Robinson / Photos courtesy of Naoki Fukuda
On Saturday night, inside of the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, welterweight Keith Thurman made another step towards contender status in halting Argentina’s Diego Chaves in the tenth round.
It wasn’t an easy task for Thurman (21-0, 19 KO’s), as Chaves (22-1, 18 KO’s) came out strong in the early rounds as a bit of firefight broke out.
To his credit, Thurman kept his composure and slowly began building momentum.
A left hook to the body would drop Chaves in the ninth and one round later an onslaught of punches would put him down for the count.
Photos: Welterweight prospect Keith Thurman remains unbeaten, defeats Jan Zaveck over 12 in Brooklyn
Article by Chris Robinson / Photos by Naoki Fukuda
On Saturday night, inside of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, welterweight prospect Keith “One Time” Thurman kept his unbeaten record intact after pulling out a tough, 12-round decision over brave former champion Jan Zaveck.
Thurman carved up Zaveck early with shots to the body and head, and looked as though he was possibly headed towards a stoppage via TKO or cuts.