Man, this is difficult news to break. Per a written release from his wife Gia, we have lost 🇺🇸Marvelous Marvin Hagler unexpectedly at the age of 66. Details surrounding his death are still currently unknown. Born on May 23rd, 1954, through sheer heart, grit, and skill, he turned himself into the ultimate weapon of boxing, to become arguably the greatest all-around Middleweight to ever lace ’em up, and certainly one of the best to ever grace the profession.
Pretty much, we got the result that we had all expected. At the 🏟️Hardrock Stadium in Miami, Florida, Super-Middleweight Champion of the World Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (55-1-2, 37KO) defended his RING, WBA & WBC Super-Middleweight World Titles for the first time as he made easy work of mandatory challenger Avni Yildirim (21-3-0, 12KO) ,who gave no resistance against the Champion, and didn’t do himself any favors going forward in his professional career. Continue reading “Canelo Dominates Listless Yildirim for the 3rd Round TKO – Reveals a Following Title Unification Bout That Will Take Place in Early May 📰”
The anticipated co-headliner for Saturday’s Canelo/Yildirim card has once again hit a snag. Word is coming in that WBC Flyweight Champion 🇲🇽Julio Cesar Martinez (17-1-0, 13KO) was forced to back out of his bout with 🇵🇷McWilliams Arroyo (20-4-0, 15KO) two days prior to the fight due to suffering a hand injury that had occurred during a training drill. Naturally Martinez is gutted over this setback. Continue reading “Martinez vs. Arroyo Called Off Again – This Time Due to a Hand Injury 📰”
Current great Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (54-1-2, 36KO) 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 📰”
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 📰”