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”
He’s slick…he’s skilled…and he is very confident in his own abilities. Previously nicknamed as “Lil B-Hop”, 🇺🇸Chris “Primetime” Colbert (15-0-0, 6KO👊) has reassured himself as one of the best fighters in the world under the age of 25 (he is 24 years old), and ranks as Ring-Magazine’s #9 ranked Super-Featherweight in the world. He currently holds the WBA “Interim” world title, and has his sights on much higher distinctions as a burgeoning talent who yields promise. Continue reading “The Talented Colbert Returns, Takes Up Challenge From Skilled Late Replacement Nyambayar”
By Tré Berry III🖊️
(Photo captures credited to Stephanie Trapp)
The co-main event on the Williams/Rosario card was between fast rising undefeated prospect 🇺🇸Chris “Primetime” Colbert (14-0-0, 5KO👊), and former WBA Super-Featherweight Titlist 🇵🇦Jezreel Corrales (23-4-0, 9KO👊). The fight didn’t exactly move the crowd at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but it served more as a stringent test of sorts of Colbert as Corrales brings a certain level of pedigree to the ring with him. Colbert did what was expected of him and worked his way towards a Unanimous Decision to where he would nab the vacant interim WBA Super-Featherweight Title, opening up a new plateau and plethora of top-end talent to now 🎯target.