Zab Zudah KOs Mabuza and Tyson Loves It!

Thirty-three year old Zab Zudah (41-6, 28 KOs) KOs Kaizer Mabuza (23-7-3, 14 KOs)Round 7 of a 12 round bout.

“For six to seven weeks I went to college and I got a Ph.D.,” said Judah referencing his work with Whitaker, who he called one of the greatest defensive fighters of all time. “I graduated with honors tonight. Thank you, baby.”

Watch as Zudah does work (and Mike Tyson approves).

Said Zudah via his Twitter account: "I wanna thank all of you guys that came or tuned in this is all to show you if the LORD is 4 you who can be against you!! Love and blessing"

Mike Tyson, who was at ring side, gave his two cents via his FaceBook account:

Wow! Zab you blew my mind last night. God willing Zab should win come back fighter of the year. I'm so proud of you.

Zab you gave young boxing kids hope and inspiration to never give up even in your darkest moments when everybody tells you it's over and you feel deep in your heart that it's not.

Mike (I guess it's him) continues to praise Zudah about his amazing comeback:

Zab refused to give up on his dreams at a time when everyone pretty much thought he wasn't the fighter he use to be, including myself.

The moral of the story is 'who are we?' And I commend him for that from one champion to another. I'll be seeing you in the Hall of Fame very shortly.

Local Fighters Doin' Their Thing!

The Judah v Mabuza fight was in Las Vegas, but you can see local boxing this weekend at the Patriot Center when Jimmy Lange takes on Jimmy Holmes in a ten-round, 160 lb contest.

Also on the card, local standout George “Wartime” Rivera (11-6, 4 KOs) faces Shakir Ashante, as William Joppy vs. Cory Cummings rematch as the evening's co-main event.

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In other local boxing news our heavyweight fav, Seth Mitchell, continues to shut his opponents down as he defeated Charles Davis with a second-round TKO, also last night, in Anaheim, California's Honda Center.

Mitchell (21-0-1, 15 KOs) knocked down Davis (now 19-21-3) not 1, not 2, not 3, but FOUR (count 'em) times before the fight was eventually stopped.

Lovin' it!

On April 9th, watch the ladies of boxing do their thing as an all-female fight takes place at Sugar Ray Leonard's boxing center in Palmer Park, MD. For more visit