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Nakatani Orbital Fracture a Result of His Warrior Performance 📰

Top Japanese world Lightweight contender 🇯🇵Masayoshi Nakatani (19-1-0, 13KO👊) had to walk through hell (almost literally) to come back and conquer his touted Puerto Rican counterpart 🇵🇷Felix Verdejo. After Felix bludgeoned Nakatani twice to the canvas, and Verdejo fracturing Nakatani’s right orbital bone from incoming right hands, Continue reading “Nakatani Orbital Fracture a Result of His Warrior Performance 📰”

Shakur Stevenson Showcases Wide Array of Tactics to Shut Down and Dominate Toka Kahn Clary for UD

It appears that the sky is the limit for former Featherweight Titlist, and supremely gifted talent 🥈🇺🇸Shakur “Fearless” Stevenson (15-0-0, 8KO👊), as he pitched a masterclass performance of a wide variant of different skills to blank out quality pugilist 🇱🇷🇺🇸Toka Kahn Clary (28-3-0, 19KO👊) to cap off ESPN’S last fight card of the year. Continue reading “Shakur Stevenson Showcases Wide Array of Tactics to Shut Down and Dominate Toka Kahn Clary for UD”

Nakatani Steals Verdejo’s Thunder, Survives Early Danger to Crush Felix’s Dream of Superstardom

What started out as a sharp performance by 🇵🇷Felix Verdejo (27-2-0, 17KO👊) quickly faded, and turned to a nightmare, as Japanese top-contender 🇯🇵Masayoshi Nakatani (19-1-0, 13KO👊) turned the tides on him, knocking Verdejo out, for the biggest moment of his pro career. Continue reading “Nakatani Steals Verdejo’s Thunder, Survives Early Danger to Crush Felix’s Dream of Superstardom”

Edgar Berlanga Goes Into Monster Mode, Once Again Gets 1st Round Stoppage, Over Ulises Sierra

Raw power is something that can’t truly be taught.  What you see out of 🇵🇷Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanda (16-0-0, 16KO👊👊) is the rare ability of raw power and accuracy, and he showed it again as he stopped 🇺🇸Ulises Sierra (15-2-2, 9KO👊) late in the first round to keep the streak alive, which will continue to galvanize, and bring in new fans for his growing brand as a quickly rising prospect. Continue reading “Edgar Berlanga Goes Into Monster Mode, Once Again Gets 1st Round Stoppage, Over Ulises Sierra”

Crawford and Brook Reach a Mutual Agreement for a November Bout 📰

Official word has been leaked out that Pound-4-Pound talent and WBO Welterweight Titlist 🇺🇸Terence “Bud” Crawford (36-0-0, 27KO👊) will fight former top Welterweight 🇬🇧Kell “Special K” Brook (39-2-0, 27KO👊) for a November 14th scheduled date. Crawford is set to make $4M for this bout, while Brook is contracted to earn around $2M. The fight will be on regular 📺ESPN for the world to see.