Category: Feature

Their Stories: From the Gutter To the Mountain Top, a Story of True Perseverance (Jeison Rosario) 🇩🇴

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 09/23/2020

The often overused rags to riches story typically falls into the category as a cliché these days, with minimal relevance, however 🇩🇴Jeison “Banana” Rosario’s story gives true credence to what the slogan (or phrase) was initially meant to mean.  Rosario’s journey was that of real perseverance, that has him on the doorsteps with an opportunity to become true 👑Super-Welterweight Champion of the world, burgeoning opportunities that now has him living comfortably, but it was a far journey from where he started. Continue reading “Their Stories: From the Gutter To the Mountain Top, a Story of True Perseverance (Jeison Rosario) 🇩🇴”

Headaches Arise for Jamel Herring

After a few delays fighting through Covid-19, 🇺🇸Jamel Herring retained his WBO Super-Featherweight title. However, a whole new set of problems may be arising for “The Fighting Marine”. Continue reading “Headaches Arise for Jamel Herring”

On the Radar:📡 Murodjon Akhmadaliev

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 02/01/2020

(Hitting the Record Books Early) 🥊🥊

BOXER: 🥉🇺🇿Murodjon Akhmadaliev🇺🇿🥉

FEATS ACCOMPLISHED: Becoming the First Unified Titlist From Uzbekistan and Trying Leon Spinks for Least Amount of Fights En Route to Becoming a Unified World Titlist (8 Bouts)

THE PATH TO THE GOAL:📈 There is a new super-talent that is on the scene, and after Thursday’s incredible win over previous WBA/IBF belt-holder Danny Roman, 🥉🇺🇿Murodjon “MJ” Akhmadaliev (8-0-0, 6KO👊) has forced the boxing public to take note of his skills. Continue reading “On the Radar:📡 Murodjon Akhmadaliev”

Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Resourceful Bounce Back Nature of the 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalist

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/05/2019

A combined record of ✅86 wins – 46 losses❌…interesting, but what record does that pertain to? 🤔that is the cumulative results throughout all of boxing history when 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalists at the professional level fight in rematches against a non-Gold-Medal recipient boxer that they had previously lost to. The “86” represents those Gold-Medalists that won gold, and the “46” represents fights in which those Gold-Medalists couldn’t turn it around, losing yet again to the same boxer – all of that amounting to a solid 65.2% success rate for amateur boxers of that creed. Continue reading “Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Resourceful Bounce Back Nature of the 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalist”