Thoughts from this past weekend’s boxing action.
By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/13/2020
Just being around IBF Lightweight Champion 🇭🇳🇺🇸Teofimo “Takeover” Lopez (15-0-0, 12KO👊), you get an immediate sense of aura at his events that radiates a certain level of connectivity that you rarely see with boxers and their core backing, most notably with their own home fans. Teofimo Lopez was raised in the Bay Ridge Continue reading “Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Endearing Bond Between Teofimo Lopez and His 🗽New York Fans”
By Tré Berry III🖊️
At the ⚖️weigh-in yesterday, 🇲🇽Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (51-4-1, 33KO👊) lost 1 million dollars as a payoff to 🇺🇸Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs (36-3-0, 30KO👊) for grossly missing weight by 4 1/2 lbs. to try and persuade Jacobs in continuing to choose him as the option for Friday night instead of rolling his attention over to 🇺🇸Gabriel Rosado, who was the replacement waiting in the wings. To go on top of the massive money lost (a third of his $3M contract), Chavez Jr. also lost in the ring tonight, and not only lost, but lost many of the fans he had left when quitting after 5 rounds (the trifecta) as Jacobs established control of the contest and made due for a solid introductory performance to the Super-Middleweight division. Continue reading “Daniel Jacobs Gets Into the Super-Middleweight Mix – Chavez Jr. Quits, Stirring up Anger from the Crowd to Throw Stuff Into the Ring”
By Tré Berry III🖊️
Former IBF Titlist and Elite Middleweight 🇺🇸Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs (35-3-0, 29KO👊) will formally make his introduction to the Super-Middleweight division after a successful career built over time at 160, to establish and try to position himself to get some big fights at the new weight. His first assignment will come from former WBC Middleweight Titlist 🇲🇽Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (51-3-1, 33KO👊), who is coming down from Light-Heavyweight to take on this contest. Continue reading “Miracle Man Jacobs to Debut at Super-Middleweight Against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in Phoenix”
After careful consideration after his contest with Canelo Alvarez last Saturday, Daniel Jacobs came to the conclusion that with his type of build, and the struggles he has had of late in making weight, that he will vacate the Middleweight ranks, and move up to the Super-Middleweight division.