When the news surfaced of 29 year old WBC/IBF Welterweight Champion 🇺🇸Errol Spence Jr. (26-0-0, 21KO) crashing his Ferrari earlier today in Dallas, Texas, and being transported to Methodist Dallas Medical Center, it sounded as bad as could be. There is 📹surveillance footage from a nearby store that has been circulating on the internet, showing the crash, and it was every bit as bad as we had initially thought. For one, he is very lucky to be alive… Continue reading “Positive Shocking News Given the Circumstances of Errol Spence Jr’s Horrific Crash this Morning 🗞️”
Disturbing news we have received this morning, as we learned that WBC/IBF Welterweight Champion 🇺🇸Errol Spence Jr. was involved in a big time car crash when he wrecked his Ferrari. The car repeatedly flipped multiple times, and The pictures of the Ferrari shows extensive damage to support the severity of the crash. Continue reading “Errol Spence Jr. Hospitalized After Terrible Car Wreck in Dallas 🗞️”
We just received some terrible news. All-time great Virginia boxing legend 🥇🇺🇸Pernell “Sweet Pea” Whitaker (40-4-1, 17KO👊) lost his life unfortunately last night after being struck by a car in Virginia Beach. Succumbing to the injuries suffered, he was only 55 years of age. An Olympic Gold-Medalist back in 1984 as part of that historic ◯◯◯◯◯ Olympic team, he went on to win 6 World Titles in 4 weight divisions in the professional ranks. He was a fan favorite (including ours) in the sweet science of the sport. A slick defensive master, with impeccable timing, with sharp hands and combination punching, he influenced the likes of great fighters that followed after him such as Floyd Mayweather Jr, Zab Judah, Terence Crawford and so forth. A legend gone way too soon.
Contender & former World-Titlist Joseph Parker (25-2-0, 19KO) of New Zealand is the newest addition to Eddie Hearn & the DAZN team, signing to Matchroom Boxing. Continue reading “Welcome to DAZN Joseph Parker 🗞️”
It appears that WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay ‘Bronze-Bomber’ Wilder (41-0-1, 40KO) wasn’t kidding, pertaining to his roll-out of the 3 Heavyweights he would like to face in succession (Ortiz, Fury, Joshua). Continue reading “A Potential Roadmap Pending Success (Fury/Wilder II?) 🗞️”