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The Matrix Reloaded – Vasiliy Lomachenko Ready To Make Long Awaited Return To the Boxing Ring To Take on Japanese Lightweight Warrior Masayoshi Nakatani 🎥🎬

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️  | 06/21/2021

The wait has been a long time coming, especially given the circumstances he had to endure that’s attached to his story. Double Olympic Gold-Medalist, 3X amateur World Champion, and former pro 3-division, Ring-Magazine / Unified World Champion 🥇🥇🇺🇦Vasiliy “Hi-Tech” Lomachenko (14-2-0, 10KO👊) will be back at the office on June 26th, as he is looking to restart the climb back up to Lightweight supremacy. His first step will be to go up against giant Japanese warrior, and #9 world ranked Ring-Magazine contender 🇯🇵Masayoshi Nakatani (19-1-0, 13KO👊), and given the type of fights Nakatani fights, and forces his opponents into, this could very well be a fire fight while it lasts in this ⚖️135 lb. main event.  Continue reading “The Matrix Reloaded – Vasiliy Lomachenko Ready To Make Long Awaited Return To the Boxing Ring To Take on Japanese Lightweight Warrior Masayoshi Nakatani 🎥🎬”

The Art of War – Berchelt & Valdez to Wear the Prideful Cloak of Mexico On Their Backs Coming Into Their Super-Featherweight Showdown 🔥

Playing out every single scenario in our heads, we can’t find a conceivable reason for why we shouldn’t get the type of fight that I’m sure we are ALL expecting, and that of course is an all-out Mexican war due to their locked in styles and mindset, that may reflect past legendary Mexican encounters. On Saturday, 🇲🇽Miguel “El Alacran” Berchelt (37-1-0, 33KO👊) will put his WBC Super-Featherweight, and his RING #1 contender ranking on the line, against fellow war-minded, former WBO Featherweight World Titlist 🇲🇽Oscar Valdez (28-0-0, 22KO👊), who is looking upward to take on the major gamble. Continue reading “The Art of War – Berchelt & Valdez to Wear the Prideful Cloak of Mexico On Their Backs Coming Into Their Super-Featherweight Showdown 🔥”

Sniper on Point, Pedraza Outboxes Molina to Wide Victory, Looks Upward to Bigger Opportunities

The former 2-division title holder from Caguas, Puerto Rico 🇵🇷Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (28-3-0, 13KO) had zero problems in clearing out former Olympian 🇺🇸Javier “El Intocable” Molina (22-3-0, 9KO), getting his victory by unanimous decision.  Pedraza in this contest showcased his full bag of tricks, authoring up a razor sharp performance that showcased his full capabilities on display. Continue reading “Sniper on Point, Pedraza Outboxes Molina to Wide Victory, Looks Upward to Bigger Opportunities”