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Luis Ortiz vs. Malik Scott Picked Up By HBO - Boxing After Dark

The previously announced heavyweight showdown between Luis Ortiz and Malik Scott slated for Saturday, November 12 from Monte Carlo will be televised live in the U.S. on HBO, beginning at 4:00 p.m. (ET/PT).

“Fans know Luis Ortiz as a heavyweight knockout machine, and we’re happy to announce his showdown with Malik Scott from Monte Carlo live on our network on Nov. 12,” said Peter Nelson, executive vice president, HBO Sports.

One of the world’s most intriguing and exciting heavyweights, Luis Ortiz (25-0, 22 KOs), looks to add another impressive performance to his resume when he battles Malik Scott (38-2-1, 13 KOs) on Saturday, November 12 at Salle des Etoiles, Sporting Monte-Carlo. The bout will be televised in the U.S. live on HBO Boxing After Dark beginning at 4:00 p.m. (ET/PT). Same day replay at 11:05 p.m. (ET/PT).

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IN OTHER NEWS:  NEW YORK - The 30th annual Ring 8 Holiday Event and Awards Ceremony will be held Sunday afternoon (12:30-5:30 p.m. ET), December 11, at Russo's On The Bay in Howard Beach, New York. 
 
Ring 8 has announced its 2016 award winners (see complete list below), including Hall-of-Famer Barry McGuigan (International Fighter Achievement), reigning world champions Carl Frampton (International Fighter of the Year) and Danny Jacobs (New York State Fighter of the Year), Joe Smith, Jr. (Knockout of the Year), and 2016 Olympic silver medalist Shakur Stevenson (Service to "Your Country" Award).
 
"Our members look forward to this event every year," Ring 8 president Bob Duffy said.  "We have another great group of award winners. Committed celebrity guests include former world champions Mark Breland, Iran Barkley and Vito Antuofermo, as well as Vinny Maddalone, Sean Monahan, Bobby Cassidy, Harold Lederman and Frankie Galarza with others expected to attend. We truly appreciate them lending their support. Ring 8 proudly continues its record for lending a helping hand to those in the boxing community who are less fortunate. Each year our Holiday Event and Awards Ceremony celebrates our great sport of boxing, insuring much-needed funding is raised so we may continue our mission for our needy brothers and sisters in boxing. We will never waver from their corners."    

2016 RING 8 Award Winners
 
International Fighter Achievement:  Barry McGuigan
International Fighter of the Year:  Carl Frampton
International Promoter of the Year: Cyclone Promotions
NYS Fighter of the Year:  Danny Jacobs
NYS Female Fighter of the Year:  Sonya Lamonakis
Knockout of the Year: Joe Smith, Jr.
Uncrowned Champion: Larry Stanton
Manager of the Year: Phil Capobianco
Trainer of the Year:  Jerry Capobianco
Rising Promoter of the Year: Ronson Frank
Official of the Year:  Frank Lombardi
Amateur Official of the Year: Frankie Martinez
Amateur Boxer of the Year:  Christine Cruz
Long & Meritorious Service:  Dr. Barry Jordan
Contender of the Year: Cletus Seldin
Prospect of the Year: Julian Sosa
Sunnyside Garden:  John Clohessy
USA Olympic Boxer of the Year: Shakur Stevenson
Sam Kellerman Media:  Bobby Cassidy, Jr.
 
David Diamante will once again serve as the event's Master of Ceremonies.
 
Tickets, priced at $125.00 per person, are available to purchase by contacting Bob Duffy by phone (516.313.2304), email [email protected], or mail checks (payable to Ring 8) to him (164 Lindbergh Street, Massapequa Park, NY 11762). Donations of any denomination are welcome for those unable to attend the festivities.
 
Tickets include a complete brunch with cocktail hour upon entry, followed by seating at the awards ceremony, dinner and dessert, and top-shelf open bar throughout the afternoon. There will also be a silent auction of boxing memorabilia. This event is expected to sell-out and everybody is urged to purchase tickets as soon as possible in order to secure favorable seating. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BennyBlanco on 11-07-2016

[QUOTE=Sid-Knee;17129134]It's good that HBO are showing the fight in the states but, if they only show that fight it's by far the worst fight on the card. The undercard is much better. And it's stacked.[/QUOTE] This is a TERRIBLE fight.…

Comment by 1hourRun on 11-07-2016

Making uncomfortable comfortable.👊🏾 #oddguy #andthenew pic.twitter.com/rdgogtZi44— Malik Scott (@MalikKingScott) October 29, 2016 Malik already seeing double!

Comment by Weltschmerz on 10-17-2016

[QUOTE=PainfromUkraine;17129253]Should be fun to watch, but the way most rate Ortiz should he be dispatching Scott quicker/as quick as Wilder then?[/QUOTE] Probably. Many believed Scott toke a dive with Wilder though. Ortiz should win this one comfortably.

Comment by CaneloMaidana on 10-17-2016

[QUOTE=MDPopescu;17129338]In the U.S. ... Joshua and Ortiz are both on Sky Sports, in the U.K. ...[/QUOTE] Joshua has a Showtime contract, HBO will never get Ortiz vs Joshua.

Comment by MDPopescu on 10-17-2016

[QUOTE=Sadiqkingofko;17129025]Why? Wilder, Joshua, and Miller are all on showtime[/QUOTE] In the U.S. ... Joshua and Ortiz are both on Sky Sports, in the U.K. ...

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