Canelo Alvarez Elects to Fulfill his New Mandatory Obligations (His Opponent Listed Below) 📰

Current great 👑🇲🇽Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (54-1-1, 35KO✊) became the unequivocal World Champion of two divisions simultaneously when he last fought, and dominated former Super-Middleweight King 🇬🇧Callum Smith through 12 rounds a month ago on December 19th. Continue reading “Canelo Alvarez Elects to Fulfill his New Mandatory Obligations (His Opponent Listed Below) 📰”

The Most Recognizable, Influential Athlete of All Time – And the Greater Legacy Beyond in Pop Culture

Bold, brash, and nicknamed “The Louisville Lip” in his early days, boxing’s only 3-time Lineal Heavyweight Champion of the World 👑🥇🇺🇸Muhammad Ali (56-5-0, 37KO👊) certainly had the stones to back up his words, and he did it all in style. Continue reading “The Most Recognizable, Influential Athlete of All Time – And the Greater Legacy Beyond in Pop Culture”

Pundits, Laugh No More – Foreman On the Comeback Trail Destroys Cooney and Makes People Believers

DON’S COLLECTION 📚🗃️

(Memorabilia photos collected by Don Ankofski)

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 01/15/2021

On this date, 🗓️January 15th, 1990, former World Heavyweight Champion 👑🥇🇺🇸“Big” George Foreman (64-2-0, 60KO👊👊) at the age of 41 cemented the serious nature of his comeback bid, as he obliterated well-respected Heavyweight 🇺🇸Gerry Cooney (28-2-0, 24KO👊) in devastating fashion inside of two rounds that was the start to a change of the narrative regarding George’s standing in what was a brand new era. Continue reading “Pundits, Laugh No More – Foreman On the Comeback Trail Destroys Cooney and Makes People Believers”

Having a Second Crack At It – Johnny Famechon and Fighting Harada Go to Duel in Their 1970 Rematch

On this date, 🗓️January 6th, 1970, reigning RING/WBC World Featherweight Champion 👑🇫🇷🇦🇺Johnny Famechon (54-4-6, 20KO👊) of France (by way of Australia), would seek to defend his title against legendary Japanese former 2-division RING Champion, 👑🇯🇵Masahiko “Fighting” Harada (55-6-0, 22KO👊), seeking to become a true “Triple-Crown winner” after winning Titles at ⚖️112, and 118 lbs. Continue reading “Having a Second Crack At It – Johnny Famechon and Fighting Harada Go to Duel in Their 1970 Rematch”

Ryan Garcia Overcomes Adversity Via Early Knockdown, to Knock Out Luke Campbell With a Body Shot

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 01/02/2021

The fight truly lived up to its expectations, and the rising star power is now officially warranted inside of the boxing ring, as 🇺🇸Ryan “KingRy” Garcia (21-0-0, 18KO👊) remains unbeaten, surviving getting knocked to the mat early, battling back, to cripple 🥇🇬🇧“Cool Hand” Luke Campbell (20-4-0, 16KO👊) with a devastating rib shot that took away the fervor, and legs from the decorated Brit.  The man nicknamed “KingRy” now possesses the 🟢WBC “Interim” Lightweight Title, and his star-power unlocks the doors towards all of the major fights that harbor out there in the division. Continue reading “Ryan Garcia Overcomes Adversity Via Early Knockdown, to Knock Out Luke Campbell With a Body Shot”

Ioka Scores the Biggest Victory of His Career, Knocking Tanaka Out in the 8th Round to Retain WBO Super-Flyweight Title in P4P Statement

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/31/2020

Onlookers from the 🏟️OTA-City General Gymnasium in Tokyo, 🗾Japan was witness to a master performance authored up by Japanese boxing legend 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (26-2-0, 15KO👊), who retained his WBO Super-Flyweight Title after breaking down former unbeaten foe 🇯🇵Kosei Tanaka (15-1-0, 9KO👊), putting him down twice, and knocking him out on his feet midway through the 8th round to secure the crowning victory of his Hall-of-Fame bound career. Continue reading “Ioka Scores the Biggest Victory of His Career, Knocking Tanaka Out in the 8th Round to Retain WBO Super-Flyweight Title in P4P Statement”

Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun to Host the Years Final Super-Fight (Kazuto Ioka vs. Kosei Tanaka)

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/25/2020

Whatever you’re thinking, do not ✏️pencil in your 2020 yearly boxing awards just yet – boxing has one more “super-fight” scheduled on the last day of the year, and it will take place at the 🏟️Ota-City General Gymnasium in 🗾Tokyo, Japan.

Japan’s only ever 4-division World Titlist and reigning WBO Super-Flyweight belt holder 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (25-2-0, 14KO👊) will be up to take on the most talented fighter of his career, that being incredibly skilled 3-division Titlist 🇯🇵Kosei Tanaka (15-0-0, 9KO👊), who is moving up for what is also his biggest test as a professional, looking to cement himself into the record books in a multitude of ways. Continue reading “Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun to Host the Years Final Super-Fight (Kazuto Ioka vs. Kosei Tanaka)”

Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of December 27th)

By Tré Berry & Jon Uddin🖊️🖊️ | 12/23/2020

Combat Project authors Jon Uddin and Tré Berry hone in on last weeks match-ups.  We will take a deeper look into Canelo Alvarez domination over Callum Smith (is Canelo the smartest fighter in boxing today?), GGG’s seemingly youthful resurgence, and a 📍historic rematch on the way, in the Super-Flyweight division between Juan Francisco Estrada, and Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez. Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of December 27th)”

A Great Champion From Japan Now Has a Platform For the World to See What He is Capable Of 📰

Sometimes what prevents the masses from seeing the best fighters in the world from an international perspective, is in not having a major network to tune into so that they can view their talents. As for 👑🇯🇵Hiroto Kyoguchi (14-0-0, 9KO👊), he is the reigning RING & WBA Light-Fly Continue reading “A Great Champion From Japan Now Has a Platform For the World to See What He is Capable Of 📰”

Canelo Alvarez Dominates Callum Smith Through 12 to Become Super-Middleweight King – Stakes His Claim in Boxing’s Current Climate

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/20/2020

What we have all just seen on tonight’s main event was a master-class from 👑🇲🇽Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (54-1-2, 36KO👊), slowly, systematically taking apart previous unbeaten Brit 🇬🇧Callum “Mundo” Smith (27-1-0, 19KO👊), to become the new Super-Middleweight Champion of the World, walking away with the RING/WBA/WBC titles.  Canelo now sits as a simultaneous 2-division World Champion, holding 6 belts at the same time and 🚩strengthening his case for staking claim as P4P the leader in boxing today. Continue reading “Canelo Alvarez Dominates Callum Smith Through 12 to Become Super-Middleweight King – Stakes His Claim in Boxing’s Current Climate”

GGG Destruction Overwhelms Kamil Szeremeta, Forces Ref Stoppage After the 7th For IBF Title Defense

Long layoffs for an aged fighter can work two different ways, historically speaking.  Either onset rust will be exhibited in their comeback bout, or they get a chance to rest the old body, refreshing themselves to put forth a performance to the best of their true capabilities.  For Middleweight legend / current IBF Middleweight World Titlist 🥈🇰🇿Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (41-1-1, 36KO👊👊), he was certainly the latter, as he looked how he used to look 4-5 years ago. Continue reading “GGG Destruction Overwhelms Kamil Szeremeta, Forces Ref Stoppage After the 7th For IBF Title Defense”

Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of December 20th)

By Jon Uddin & Tré Berry🖊️🖊️ | 12/16/2020

Tré Berry and Jon Uddin will discuss the recent Hall-of-Fame inductions of Floyd Mayweather, Andre Ward, and Wladimir Klitschko.  We also delve into who you could make a case for as being 🚫snubbed, also taking an in-depth look at the selection process.  Also on the docket, 📽️revisiting Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of December 20th)”

Nakatani Orbital Fracture a Result of His Warrior Performance 📰

Top Japanese world Lightweight contender 🇯🇵Masayoshi Nakatani (19-1-0, 13KO👊) had to walk through hell (almost literally) to come back and conquer his touted Puerto Rican counterpart 🇵🇷Felix Verdejo. After Felix bludgeoned Nakatani twice to the canvas, and Verdejo fracturing Nakatani’s right orbital bone from incoming right hands, Continue reading “Nakatani Orbital Fracture a Result of His Warrior Performance 📰”

Shakur Stevenson Showcases Wide Array of Tactics to Shut Down and Dominate Toka Kahn Clary for UD

It appears that the sky is the limit for former Featherweight Titlist, and supremely gifted talent 🥈🇺🇸Shakur “Fearless” Stevenson (15-0-0, 8KO👊), as he pitched a masterclass performance of a wide variant of different skills to blank out quality pugilist 🇱🇷🇺🇸Toka Kahn Clary (28-3-0, 19KO👊) to cap off ESPN’S last fight card of the year. Continue reading “Shakur Stevenson Showcases Wide Array of Tactics to Shut Down and Dominate Toka Kahn Clary for UD”

Nakatani Steals Verdejo’s Thunder, Survives Early Danger to Crush Felix’s Dream of Superstardom

What started out as a sharp performance by 🇵🇷Felix Verdejo (27-2-0, 17KO👊) quickly faded, and turned to a nightmare, as Japanese top-contender 🇯🇵Masayoshi Nakatani (19-1-0, 13KO👊) turned the tides on him, knocking Verdejo out, for the biggest moment of his pro career. Continue reading “Nakatani Steals Verdejo’s Thunder, Survives Early Danger to Crush Felix’s Dream of Superstardom”

Edgar Berlanga Goes Into Monster Mode, Once Again Gets 1st Round Stoppage, Over Ulises Sierra

Raw power is something that can’t truly be taught.  What you see out of 🇵🇷Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanda (16-0-0, 16KO👊👊) is the rare ability of raw power and accuracy, and he showed it again as he stopped 🇺🇸Ulises Sierra (15-2-2, 9KO👊) late in the first round to keep the streak alive, which will continue to galvanize, and bring in new fans for his growing brand as a quickly rising prospect. Continue reading “Edgar Berlanga Goes Into Monster Mode, Once Again Gets 1st Round Stoppage, Over Ulises Sierra”

Anthony Joshua Emphatically Ends Kubrat Pulev’s Night With Right Hand for 9th Round Knockout

A reset, vintage performance was put forth by 🥇🇬🇧Anthony “AJ” Joshua (24-1-0, 22KO👊), of old wrinkles that won him his Gold-Medal, and new wrinkles he seemed to pick up after his lone defeat.  Joshua tonight retained his WBA, WBO and IBF Heavyweight Titles after putting 🇧🇬Kubrat “The Cobra” Pulev (28-2-0, 14KO👊) down four times in the fight, and out, putting a nail in the coffin to end his night in style, including getting closer to “The Mega Bout”. Continue reading “Anthony Joshua Emphatically Ends Kubrat Pulev’s Night With Right Hand for 9th Round Knockout”

Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of December 5th)

Written by Tré Berry & Jon Uddin🖊️ | 12/09/2020

Jon Uddin and Tré Berry this week are set to discuss Spence’s strong comeback performance, Trainer talk regarding Angel Garcia’s presence, and whether or not Danny Garcia is now a ⛩️gate-keeper for the Welterweight division. Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of December 5th)”

Promising Ghanaian Boxer Forces Himself Into the Conversation Against One of the True Greats (Wilfredo Gomez vs. Azumah Nelson)

DON’S COLLECTION 📚🗃️

(Memorabilia photo collected by Don Ankofski)

On this day, 🗓️December 8th, 1984, Hall-of-Fame standouts 👑🇵🇷Wilfredo “Bazooka” Gomez, and 👑🇬🇭Azumah Nelson squared off in San Juan, Puerto Rico with the World WBC Featherweight title on the line. Coming into this bout, Gomez was the Champion, while “Zoom” would have his second crack at the WBC title, after losing the first time around to late-great legend 👑🇲🇽Salvador Sanchez, though his performance did officially put Nelson on the map. Continue reading “Promising Ghanaian Boxer Forces Himself Into the Conversation Against One of the True Greats (Wilfredo Gomez vs. Azumah Nelson)”

Their Stories: Second Chances, And a Life Spared (Errol Spence Jr.) 🇺🇸

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 11/06/2020

What a 🎢rollercoaster ride it has been for 🇺🇸Errol Spence (the Dallas native in the last 15 months).  Riding high last year off of his September 28th hard-earned victory over 🇺🇸Shawn Porter, Errol was sitting on ⛰️top of the world, that is until his world came crashing down, in both a figurative, and literal sense. Continue reading “Their Stories: Second Chances, And a Life Spared (Errol Spence Jr.) 🇺🇸”

Same Ol’ Spence – Errol Looked Like Himself As He Dominated Danny Garcia For a Unanimous Decision

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/06/2020

“Tell them I’m back man” was the words immediately that was stated after 🇺🇸Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr’s (27-0-0, 21KO👊) comeback victory over 🇺🇸Danny “Swift” Garcia (36-3-0, 21KO👊) to successfully secure the 5th defense of his WBC and IBF World Welterweight Titles.  The fight was tactical, and went the distance, which left no doubts to whom the 🔝superior fighter was this night, and in general. Continue reading “Same Ol’ Spence – Errol Looked Like Himself As He Dominated Danny Garcia For a Unanimous Decision”

Joe Juggernaut Joyce Slowly Breaks Dubois Down, Works Battered Eye to Win by 10th Round Count-Out

Tonight made up for a terrible main-event last night for what amounted to a solid Heavyweight scrap.  Upon its conclusion, 🥈🇬🇧Joe “Juggernaut” Joyce (12-0-0, 11KO👊) scored a 10th round Knockout victory over 🇬🇧Daniel “DDD” Dubois (15-1-0, 14KO👊), due to a shotgun jab to Dubois left eye that was rendered completely closed due to ongoing punishment to elevate himself as the new domestic British Commonwealth and European Heavyweight Champion.  Up to that point, the action in the bout was on relatively even terms. Continue reading “Joe Juggernaut Joyce Slowly Breaks Dubois Down, Works Battered Eye to Win by 10th Round Count-Out”

Looking for Payback, the Sugar Man Does the Unthinkable and Makes Him Quit (Leonard vs. Duran II)

On this date, 🗓️November 25th, 1980, immeasurably gifted talent 👑🥇🇺🇸“Sugar” Ray Leonard (27-1-0, 18KO) and legendary Panamanian LINEAL/WBC World Welterweight Champion 👑🇵🇦Roberto Duran (72-1-0, 56KO) met for their worldly anticipated rematch that took place at the Superdome in 🏟️New Orleans, Louisiana. Continue reading “Looking for Payback, the Sugar Man Does the Unthinkable and Makes Him Quit (Leonard vs. Duran II)”

History Was Made, Expectations Met, and a Champion’s Legs Were Taken Away (Tyson vs. Berbick)

On this date, 🗓️November 22nd, 1986, Heavyweight boxing legend 👑🇺🇸“Iron” Mike Tyson (27-0-0, 25KO) began his legend by becoming the youngest of all time to win a version of a Heavyweight world title at age 20, destroying tough WBC Heavyweight titlist 🇯🇲Trevor Berbick (31-4-1, 23KO) in devastating fashion, and sending a terrifying message to the rest of the boxing world. Continue reading “History Was Made, Expectations Met, and a Champion’s Legs Were Taken Away (Tyson vs. Berbick)”

Two Great Champions, and Amnesia Take Place in Front of Michigan Audience (Frazier vs. Foster)

On this date, 🗓️November 18th, 1970, hard-nose Light-Heavyweight King 👑🇺🇸Bob Foster (41-4-0, 35KO) tried his hand at the Heavyweight Champion of the World, that being the relentless 👑🥇🇺🇸“Smokin” Joe Frazier (25-0-0, 23KO) for the RING/WBA/WBC World Titles. Continue reading “Two Great Champions, and Amnesia Take Place in Front of Michigan Audience (Frazier vs. Foster)”

Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 15th)

By Jon Uddin & Tré Berry🖊️🖊️ | 11/18/2020

Jon Uddin and Tré Berry dig deep on this segment to talk about the debacle that happened in Moloney and Franco’s rematch, and how the system can be amended.  We also talk about the uprising of women’s boxing, the momentum they are carrying forward in their favor, also where Kell Brook can go from this point forward, and Terence “Bud” Crawford’s placement at the top of the sport. Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 15th)”

Revenge By a Couple Sledgehammers (Lennox Lewis vs. Hasim Rahman II)

On this date, 🗓️November 17th, 2001, Heavyweight boxing legend 👑🥇🇬🇧Lennox Lewis (39-2-1, 30KO) regained the RING/WBC/IBF Championship of the World by avenging his loss to 🇺🇸Hasim “The Rock” Rahman (35-3-0, 29KO) that he suffered earlier within the year, to get his sweet revenge, to ascend back to the top of the division. Continue reading “Revenge By a Couple Sledgehammers (Lennox Lewis vs. Hasim Rahman II)”

Respect in Combat (Terence “Bud” Crawford | Kell “Special K” Brook)

Both 🇺🇸Terence “Bud” Crawford and 🇬🇧Kell Brook were class acts after their 4-round fight yesterday.  Brook was humble in defeat, and honest in his assessment when talking to the WBO Champion, specifying that he (Bud) has very good timing, and a good deal of punching power – to where Crawford replied 🗣️ I told you so” regarding the power.  Bud respected Brook and his efforts as well, and just like that, two proud prizefighters could go home healthy to their families.

Bud Crawford’s Countering Ability Forces An Impressive 4th Round Stoppage Over Game Kell Brook

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 11/15/2020

It was a rather good, interesting chess-match of a fight while it lasted, but the best-of-the-best seem to take control of the moment in the blink of an eye.  That is exactly what Pound-4-Pound WBO World Welterweight Titlist 🇺🇸Terence “Bud” Crawford (37-0-0, 28KO👊) was able to do tonight in taking out 🇬🇧Kell “Special K” Brook (39-3-0, 27KO👊) with the onslaught started by a check-right hook, culminating in a 4th round stoppage for Nebraska’s finest. Continue reading “Bud Crawford’s Countering Ability Forces An Impressive 4th Round Stoppage Over Game Kell Brook”

Taylor Especially Sharp Tonight, Dominates Gutierrez for 9th Lightweight Title Defense

Headlining boxing’s first ever all-woman main fight card, unblemished acclaimed Undisputed Lightweight Champion of the World 👑🥇🇮🇪“Irish” Katie Taylor (17-0-0, 6KO👊) made easy work of a tough, but outgunned challenger 🇪🇸Miriam Gutierrez (13-1-0, 5KO👊), with Katie putting together her most complete outing in her last 5 fights. Continue reading “Taylor Especially Sharp Tonight, Dominates Gutierrez for 9th Lightweight Title Defense”

Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 How Boxing Deliberately Turned its Back on One of Their Risk Takers (Kell Brook)

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 11/10/2020

Boxing needs to apologize to 🇬🇧Kell Brook (39-2-0, 27KO👊).  Yes, you have just read that correctly…..boxing itself needs to apologize, and I specify that as bluntly as possible.  After some readers may have an immediate jarring response to the initial sentence of this 📜column, many will wonder exactly in which capacity I am speaking upon when it comes to the homegrown product of Sheffield, England. Continue reading “Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 How Boxing Deliberately Turned its Back on One of Their Risk Takers (Kell Brook)”

Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 7th)

By Tré Berry & Jon Uddin🖊️🖊️ | 11/04/2020

Jon Uddin and Tré Berry looks to give in-depth analysis of the news surrounding the boxing world, including Deontay Wilder’s wildest claims, Naoya Inoue’s further exposure on a global scale, Gervonta Davis maturation process, and where he currently stands in the big picture. Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 7th)”

Naoya Inoue’s Headliner USA Debut a Knockout – Also Knocks Out Moloney in 7 to Make a Grand Entrance

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/31/2020

Those who have been watching him in Japan already knew, but for a curious American audience of the casual contingent, RING/WBA/IBF Bantamweight King 👑🇯🇵Naoya “Monster” Inoue (20-0-0, 17KO👊) showcased exactly how good he is, and how much of a threat he is to the rest of the division as he shut out world class contender 🇦🇺Jason Moloney (21-2-0, 18KO👊) before putting him out of his misery by way of one punch knockout in the 7th round. Continue reading “Naoya Inoue’s Headliner USA Debut a Knockout – Also Knocks Out Moloney in 7 to Make a Grand Entrance”

Usyk and Chisora Rough it Out in Entertaining Heavyweight Scrap – Usyk Wins By Unanimous Decision

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/31/2020

With this serving as a “true” introduction to the professional Heavyweight division, 🥇🇺🇦Oleksandr Usyk (18-0-0, 13KO👊), and perennial Heavyweight contender 🇿🇼🇬🇧Dereck “War” Chisora (32-10-0, 23KO👊) put forth a tense, highly entertaining DAZN headliner, that answered questions lingering about each combatant.  Usyk walked away with the Unanimous Decision victory, while Chisora supplied the pressure, and made it uncomfortable early for the Ukrainian before Olek began to adapt to the action. Continue reading “Usyk and Chisora Rough it Out in Entertaining Heavyweight Scrap – Usyk Wins By Unanimous Decision”

Estrada and Cuadras Went to War for FOTY Consideration, Estrada Wins the Battle of Attrition by 11th Round Stoppage Victory

Their first fight was surely a riveting one, but somehow they  superseded it tonight with a strong display of skills, heart, and guts.  With an old fashioned war breaking out, and both boxers hitting the canvas in this contest, Super-Flyweight Champion of the World 👑🇲🇽Juan Francisco Estrada (41-3-0, 28KO👊) showed exactly why he is on everyone’s Pound-4-Pound list as he met 🇲🇽Carlos Cuadras (39-4-1, 27KO👊) fire with fire against a proud, ready former Titlist to take him out late in the Championship rounds. Continue reading “Estrada and Cuadras Went to War for FOTY Consideration, Estrada Wins the Battle of Attrition by 11th Round Stoppage Victory”

Chocolatito Puts Forth Excellent Performance, Defeats Game Israel Gonzalez in an Action Packed Bout

The co-main event was a fan-friendly fight that excited the limited personnel within the closed venue, as 🇳🇮Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez (50-2-0, 41KO👊) fought like a machine tonight, reminiscent of his best days as he outdueled game, top-contender in 🇲🇽Israel Gonzalez (25-3-0, 11KO👊) to retain and defend his WBA Super-Flyweight strap.  Chocolatito with this victory secured the 50th win of his illustrious Hall-of-Fame career. Continue reading “Chocolatito Puts Forth Excellent Performance, Defeats Game Israel Gonzalez in an Action Packed Bout”

El Rey Julio Cesar Martinez Walks Through Replacement Opponent Calleros in Under 2 Rounds

Reigning WBC Flyweight Titlist 🇲🇽Julio Cesar Martinez (17-1-0, 13KO👊) made it look easy, delivering an explosive, professional performance to take out rugged veteran replacement opponent 🇲🇽Moises Calleros (33-10-1, 17KO👊) by way of technical knockout to start the main portion of the Mexico City DAZN fight card. Continue reading “El Rey Julio Cesar Martinez Walks Through Replacement Opponent Calleros in Under 2 Rounds”

The Takeover Has Officially Begun – Teofimo Lopez Lives Out His Dream, Becomes Undisputed Lightweight Champion of the World

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/18/2020

A tale of two halves – is what instantly comes to mind in regards to this contest that featured 12 highly tactical skillful rounds.  The three judges went on to favor the younger fighter, as 👑🇺🇸Teofimo “Takeover” Lopez (16-0-0, 12KO👊) lives up to the meaning of his nickname, now in possession of all RING/WBA/WBO/IBF/WBC “Franchise” Lightweight World Title Belts in what is a scenario where he is now living the pinnacle of his dream in live time. Continue reading “The Takeover Has Officially Begun – Teofimo Lopez Lives Out His Dream, Becomes Undisputed Lightweight Champion of the World”

Eight Knockdowns in an All-Time Fight – Zepeda Lands Devastating One Punch KO, Sparks Major Concerns for Baranchyk’s Health

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/04/2020

The full gambit of emotions ran its course tonight for all involved (fighters, trainers, viewers), as 🇺🇸Jose “Chon” Zepeda (33-2-0, 26KO) and 🇷🇺🇧🇾Ivan “The Beast” Baranchyk (20-2-0, 13KO) went to full war, delivering all-out combat.  Every round featured a knockdown, and each boxer was dropped 4 times for a total of 8 times in which they combined touched the canvas, but only 7 times did Continue reading “Eight Knockdowns in an All-Time Fight – Zepeda Lands Devastating One Punch KO, Sparks Major Concerns for Baranchyk’s Health”

The Two Prideful World Champions Collide in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Carlos Palomino vs Wilfred Benitez)

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 01/14/2021

On this date, 🗓️January 14th, 1979, RING/WBC Welterweight Champion of the World 👑🇲🇽“King” Carlos Palomino (27-1-3, 15KO👊) came into this bout, having a firm stranglehold over the ⚖️147 lb. division for 3 years dating back to the year 1976.  Accompanying Palomino to the ring on this night was gifted prodigy 👑🇺🇸🇵🇷Wilfred “El Radar” Benitez (36-0-1, 24KO👊), who had already left his mark in the sport by becoming the youngest ever to win a Title after beating the great 🇨🇴Antonio Cervantes at Junior-Welterweight. Continue reading “The Two Prideful World Champions Collide in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Carlos Palomino vs Wilfred Benitez)”