Revs to stage soccerboxing doubleheader at Gillette

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Revs to stage soccerboxing doubleheader at Gillette

FOXBORO Framingham native "Irish" Danny O'Connor will head the first-ever professional boxing card -- which will be part of a soccerboxing doubleheader -- at Gillette Stadium, beginning at approximately 9 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 12.

The card will be begin at the conclusion of the Revolution-Montreal match, which begins at 7 p.m.

OConnor, an avid Revolution fan, is 17-1 and a former two-time national amateur champion. He was an alternate for the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team in 2008.

I'm honored and proud to be able to fight in front of the New England Revolution supporters. They are the epitome of loyal fans and I'm proud to be part of the Revs family," said OConnor.

Also appearing on the three-bout card will be Boston Police Officer and former New England Golden Gloves champ Billy Traft, who will face Hulls mixed martial arts standout John Downey in Trafts second pro fight. An additional four-round bout is yet to be announced.

Draw with Earthquakes extends Revolution's winless streak

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Draw with Earthquakes extends Revolution's winless streak

SAN JOSE, Calif. - David Bingham had his sixth shutout of the season and the San Jose Earthquakes tied New England 0-0 on Wednesday night, extending the Revolution's winless streak to five games.

Bingham, who was tied for second in MLS soccer with 12 shutouts last season, had three saves - including a stop on Diego Fagundez's shot in the 86th minute.

The Revolution haven't scored since a 3-1 victory over Chicago on Aug. 9, a stretch of more than 270 minutes.

New England (6-11-8) had beaten San Jose three straight times.

San Jose (7-7-10) has just one loss in its last seven matches. 

Feldman: Revs generated attacks by couldn’t break through

Feldman: Revs generated attacks by couldn’t break through

Brad Feldman and Paul Mariner discuss the multiple chances that the Revs had but couldn’t score a goal as they get shutout and lose 2-0.