Boxing Briefs May 1 – Despite Loss, Hopkins Plans to Return

Fight Network Staff / May 1, 2012 - 8:39pm

What’s happening in the sweet science?

-Despite loss, Bernard Hopkins says he plans to continue boxing career, challenge any champ in his division (Credit:

-Dmitry Pirog outpoints Nobuhiro Ishida to retain WBO middleweight title (Credit:
-John Molina Jr. stays with Dan Goossen after settling dispute (Credit:

-Oscar Gonzalez to face Giovanni Caro in super bantamweight bout on May 19 in Mexico (Credit:

-Steve O’Meara forced to withdraw from Thursday’s installment of BoxAcademy; card now postponed, new date TBA (Credit:

-Luis Resto denied second boxing license by the New York State Athletic Commission (Credit:

-Miguel Cotto’s trainer Pedro Diaz to run new gym in Puerto Rico (Credit:

-Terrance Cauthen to face ‘The New’ Ray Robinson for Pennsylvania welterweight title on May 12 (Credit:

-Mauricio Pintor to face Ivan Cano in welterweight bout on May 18 in Mexico (Credit:

-Jose Aguiniga to face Eduardo Arcos in 10-round super featherweight bout on May 26 in California (Credit: