Tag: Featherweight

Warrington’s Bold, Commendable Move, and His Upcoming Bout as He Looks Upwards to Supremacy

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 02/08/2021

As a notable boxer of upper-echelon ability and/or esteemed pedigree, if you aren’t willing to position yourself towards winning a 👑RING-MAGAZINE Title in your respective weight division, or to even vie for ♛TBRB recognition as the man in your weight class, then you are wasting both you, and your viewers time as spectators, as it indicates that you are not willing to venture out, to fight the best. Continue reading “Warrington’s Bold, Commendable Move, and His Upcoming Bout as He Looks Upwards to Supremacy”

Having a Second Crack At It – Johnny Famechon and Fighting Harada Go to Duel in Their 1970 Rematch

On this date, 🗓️January 6th, 1970, reigning RING/WBC World Featherweight Champion 👑🇫🇷🇦🇺Johnny Famechon (54-4-6, 20KO👊) of France (by way of Australia), would seek to defend his title against legendary Japanese former 2-division RING Champion, 👑🇯🇵Masahiko “Fighting” Harada (55-6-0, 22KO👊), seeking to become a true “Triple-Crown winner” after winning Titles at ⚖️112, and 118 lbs. Continue reading “Having a Second Crack At It – Johnny Famechon and Fighting Harada Go to Duel in Their 1970 Rematch”

Michael Conlan to Lead the Way on St. Patrick’s Day Against Preciado

By Tré Berry III🖊️| 03/10/2020

It’s that time of the year, ☘️St. Patrick’s day is upon us, and once again, what has become tradition is Featherweight contender 🥉🇬🇧🇮🇪Michael Conlan (13-0-0, 7KO👊) hosting the show for the Irish contingent at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden.  His opponent will be boxer 🇨🇴Belmar Preciado (20-2-1, 13KO👊) of Colombia. Continue reading “Michael Conlan to Lead the Way on St. Patrick’s Day Against Preciado”

On the Radar:📡 Can Xu

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 11/27/2019

(Can Xu Puts in A Lot of Work)

BOXER: 🇨🇳Can Xu🇨🇳

FEAT ACCOMPLISHED: Setting the Featherweight record for most punches ever thrown in a contest

THE PATH TO THE GOAL:📈 Let it all out and never leave any bullets in the chamber is an old mantra that I will use here. Well on Saturday night, Chinese secondary-Featherweight Titlist 🇨🇳Can Xu (18-2-0, 3KO👊) lived true to these words and never let up against Manny Robles III, and threw nonstop punches through 12 rounds, averaging an astonishing 130 punches per round, totaling an eye-popping 1,562 punches through 36 minutes of action. Continue reading “On the Radar:📡 Can Xu”