Category: Weekly Wrap

Weekly boxing results from around the globe.

Forgotten By Some – Murat Gassiev Reintroduces Himself With Fourth Round Stoppage Over Wallisch

Time can play tricks on you when fighters have been on a hiatus. There was a time where 🇷🇺Murat “Iron” Gassiev (28-1-0, 21KO👊) proved himself to be the second best in the world of what was a great Cruiserweight class, and was half of the draw in the 🏆WBSS Final match. He expressed his desire to move up to Heavyweight, and took time to Continue reading “Forgotten By Some – Murat Gassiev Reintroduces Himself With Fourth Round Stoppage Over Wallisch”

A Crowd Pleasing, Fulfilling Fight, With a Disappointing Result – All-or-Nothing Bout Between Charlo and Castaño Ruled a Draw, Thus No Undisputed Champion Annointed

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 07/18/2021

The fight was a thriller that brewed the tension from a slow, methodical start, and erupted in the middle rounds once the power was felt by both boxers, and them being able to hurt each other. After 🇦🇷Brian Carlos Castaño (17-0-2, 12KO👊) feverishly worked, and brought 👑🇺🇸Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (34-1-1, 18KO👊) to the ropes, to take advantage of him, particularly in sequences when his back was touching those ropes in the middle rounds, Charlo came roaring back down the stretch, hurting Castaño multiple Continue reading “A Crowd Pleasing, Fulfilling Fight, With a Disappointing Result – All-or-Nothing Bout Between Charlo and Castaño Ruled a Draw, Thus No Undisputed Champion Annointed”

Jo-Jo Diaz Shines Bright in His Lightweight Debut, Outduels and Outpoints Javier Fortuna to Earn “Interim” Lightweight World Title

For most, coming in, this was the fight that carried the most intrigue in terms of close opposition. 🇺🇸Joseph “Jo Jo” Diaz (32-1-1, 15KO👊) had moved in weight up to take this opportunity against perennial well-ranked Lightweight world contender 🇩🇴Javier Fortuna (36-3-1, 25KO👊) for the rights of obtaining the “Interim” WBC Lightweight Title. A close fight through the first half of the bout, Continue reading “Jo-Jo Diaz Shines Bright in His Lightweight Debut, Outduels and Outpoints Javier Fortuna to Earn “Interim” Lightweight World Title”

Zurdo Ramirez Puts Together Impressive Display in His Inaugural Golden Boy Assignment, Knocks Sullivan Barrera Out in the Fourth

The entire fight card as a whole was well received by hardcore fight fans, and 🇲🇽Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (42-0-0, 28KO👊) did a good job in closing the show, landing the boom against 🇨🇺Sullivan Barrera (22-4-0, 14KO👊) putting him down three times, and knocking him out in the 4th round in his first official Golden-Boy outing. Continue reading “Zurdo Ramirez Puts Together Impressive Display in His Inaugural Golden Boy Assignment, Knocks Sullivan Barrera Out in the Fourth”

Colbert Was Superb, Dominating Savvy Olympian Nyambayar For Unanimous Decision Victory To Defend WBA Interim Title

Looking razor sharp as usual, 🇺🇸Chris “Primetime” Colbert (16-0-0, 6KO👊) put forth a skill, and timing display to dispatch of Olympic Silver-Medalist, and Featherweight contender 🥈🇲🇳Tugstsogt “King Tug” Nyambayar (12-2-0, 9KO👊) to get the Unanimous Decision verdict in Carson, California. Colbert’s use of the stick jab from both orthodox and southpaw was able to freeze Nyambayar in place often enough, though the Mongolian fighter Continue reading “Colbert Was Superb, Dominating Savvy Olympian Nyambayar For Unanimous Decision Victory To Defend WBA Interim Title”