Supremely skilled Mexican buzzsaw 🇲🇽Julio Cesar Martinez (17-1-0, 13KO) is arguably the most entertaining fighter in all of boxing, if your criteria is heavily predicated on explosive, sustained action. He is the reigning WBC Flyweight World Titlist, and is appropriately touted 📰#1 Flyweight by Ring-Magazine rankings. He will be Continue reading “Julio Cesar Martinez & Joel Cordova To Kick Off New, Mexico Matchroom Series With Flyweight Title Fight”
Written by Tré Berry III | 05/08/2021
The fight was very intriguing while it lasted, but at the end of the day, RING/WBA/WBC/WBO Super-Middleweight Champion of the World 🇲🇽Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (56-1-2, 38KO) staged a feverish storm in the 8th round that thwarted the strong mid-round effort by 🇬🇧Billy Joe Saunders (30-1-0, 14KO), with a shot that did serious damage to the right eye, forcing his corner to step in and call a stop to the action. Canelo now holds 4 of the 5 World Title belts in the division, and he made his plans public for what he wants next. Continue reading “Saunders Corner Stops the Fight Due To Right Eye Damage – Canelo Emerges Victorious In Front Of a Packed Crowd, Adds WBO Title To His Growing Title Collection”
The redhead, that dawns the freckles, makes his globally awaited return for Cinco De Mayo weekend. Reigning RING/WBA/WBC Super-Middleweight Champion of the World 🇲🇽Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (55-1-2, 37KO) is undoubtedly the biggest cash cow in the sport of boxing. He also sits atop many peoples Pound-4-Pound list as actively being the best fighter in the world. Continue reading “Face the Fearless – Arlington To Be Hosting Site, With the Gypsy To Test the Redhead (Canelo vs. Saunders)”
By Tré Berry & Jon Uddin | 03/25/2021
Last Saturday, we seen the return of Artur Beterbiev after a 17 month hiatus filled with delays pertaining to health. We also seen the Cruiserweight division undergo an intriguing shift, as Lawrence Okolie finally lived up to his potential, doing so on the big stage.
Project combat authors Jon Uddin & Tré Berry will converse in-depth on those fighters, and we will also touch up on Vergil Ortiz stepping up, rising in the big moment, and we will also address the growing disappointment with Terence Crawford, and his constantly shifting mindset, as well as his criticism of Canelo Alvarez ducking black fighters. Continue reading “Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of March 28th)”
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 📰”