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California Boxing Hall Inducts Safety Keeper Dr. Paul Wallace

It is considered the most dangerous sport in the world, but in the state of California, it is arguably the safest and last Saturday, the California Boxing Hall of Fame inducted its first ringside physician in Dr. Paul W. Wallace.

Written by: Los Angeles Sentinel

,Published on:July 31, 2015
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IBF 30th Convention Day 4 Report & Photos

Day 4, the final full day of the 30th annual IBF convention, started off with the medical seminar. Three doctors gave their prepared lectures, and also touched on the medical situation that arose from the brutal knockout at last night’s show in Berlin.

Written by:Bob Newman

,Published on:May 12, 2015
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Dr Wallace urged boxers to go for experience corner men

Dr. Wallace urges boxers to go for experienced corner men Often times, the death of boxers are blamed on the nature of the discipline while some apportion blame on officials. The recent had to do with 26-year-old Mexican junior featherweight boxer, Francisco “Frankie” Leal, nicknamed “The Little Soldier”, who suffered an eighth-round knockout to Raul Hirales in Caho San Lucas, Mexico. He later died from a brain injury suffered in the bout.

Written by:Romeo Oduro

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2014 IBF Convention: Day Two

Day two of the 31st annual IBF convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey was a full, activity-filled day. began with the medical seminar, then moved on to the judges seminar, ratings meeting and board of directors elections.

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,Published on:May 6, 2015
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Boxing Hall Inducts Safety Keeper Dr. Paul Wallace

It is considered the most dangerous sport in the world, but in the state of California, it is arguably the safest and last Saturday, the California Boxing Hall of Fame inducted its first ringside physician in Dr. Paul W. Wallace.

Written by: Kenneth D. Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor

,Published on:February 25, 2013
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Andre Ward Suffers Cut, Super Six Final Delayed, Hearns Says Ward’s Ducking

WBA super middleweight world champion Andre Ward (24-0, 13 KOs) was scheduled to face WBC super middleweight world champion Carl Froch (28-1, 20 KOs) in the Super Six Boxing Tournament Finals on October 29, until Ward suffered an injury that will postpone the bout.

Written by: Justin Tate

,Published on:September 23, 2011
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Darchinyan TKOs Perez In LA

Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan (36-3-1, 27 KOs) continued his winning ways by stopping former IBF bantamweight champion Yonnhy “El Colombiano” Perez (20-2-1, 14 KOs) with a TKO stoppage at 1:44 in round five of a scheduled 12-round bout.

Written by: Robert Ecksel

,Published on:April 24, 2011
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Darchinyan Beats Perez On Technical Decision

Vic Darchinyan defeated Yonnhy Perez by a technical decision after their scheduled 12-round bantamweight fight Saturday was stopped at 1:07 of the fifth round because Perez had a cut near his eye.

Written by: ESPN.com's automated news wire. Wire index

,Published on:April 23, 2011
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Kermit Cintron’s Team Will Appeal For No-Contest In Loss To Paul Williams

The promoter for Kermit Cintron said he and the manager for the former world welterweight champion from Puerto Rico would file appeals to the California State Athletic Commission on Monday to alter Cintron’s controversial Saturday night technical split-decision loss to Paul Williams at Carson’s Home Depot Center to a no-contest.

Written by:SPORTS NEWS FROM LOS ANGELES AND BEYOND

,Published on:May 10, 2010
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True To His Word: Vic Demolishes Arce

Victo Darchinyan retains the WBC, WBA and IBF 115-pound belts by whipping Jorge Arce in 11 rounds.

Written by: George Willis

,Published on:February 8, 2009
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