Category: When the Smoke Clears

When The Smoke Clears:💨 John Molina Jr.

Saturday nights battle against Josesito Lopez didn’t pan out the way 🇺🇸John Molina Jr. had hoped it would. Molina was out down twice in the opening round and three times overall, eventually being stopped in the eighth round.

It appears the reality that the gas tank is on E set in for Molina after that fight, and after 14 years in the ring, “The Gladiator” has announced his decision to retire from the ring. He finishes his career with a record of 30-9-0 with 24 knockouts. Continue reading “When The Smoke Clears:💨 John Molina Jr.”

When the Smoke Clears:💨 Jose Ramirez vs. Maurice Hooker

By Jon Uddin🖋️

Well it delivered every ounce of excitement that was expected when the fight was announced.

And the announcement was all that was needed to sell this one to boxing fans. There were no extra gimmicks, crazy trash talk, or tweets of the day necessary to convince anyone that a potential classic was on the way, which is good, because none of those things are in either fighters personality.

Both Ramirez and Hooker epitomized boxers that “let their fists do the talking” come fight night and were delivering a matchup that fans appreciate seeing fighters go for in a time in boxing, where it has been rare to make that happen without extended delays.

The Super-Lightweight unification bout between 🇺🇸Jose Ramirez and 🇺🇸Maurice Hooker was action packed from start to finish, both men giving as well as they took over six rounds, rounds which saw the pendulum of momentum swing 3-4 times within it. The rounds were so close the winner came down to what work a particular person scoring the fight liked best. Continue reading “When the Smoke Clears:💨 Jose Ramirez vs. Maurice Hooker”

When the Smoke Clears:💨 Katie Taylor vs. Delfine Persoon

By Jon Uddin🖋️

“I DEFINITELY DID ENOUGH TO WIN, BUT I’M HAPPY TO HAVE A REMATCH IF SHE WANTS IT.  WE WILL SEE WHAT HAPPENS.”

The now Undisputed Women’s Lightweight World Champion 🥇🇮🇪Katie Taylor (14-0-0, 6KO) of Ireland made it clear that she welcomes a rematch after her majority decision victory over 🇧🇪Delfine Persoon (43-2-0, 18KO) of Belgium, which has been disputed by fans and boxing media alike to say the least. Continue reading “When the Smoke Clears:💨 Katie Taylor vs. Delfine Persoon”

When the Smoke Clears:💨 Jon Uddin on Andy Ruiz Jr’s Historic Night

By Jon Uddin🖋️

“Everybody that’s fought A.J. has been scared. I’m not scared. I’m going to come in aggressive, work the body, let my hands go with combinations, he’s never fought anybody like me. Come June 1st the world will see when I become the first Mexican Heavyweight Champion.”Continue reading “When the Smoke Clears:💨 Jon Uddin on Andy Ruiz Jr’s Historic Night”