Nothing huge on the schedule this week but the cupboard isn’t completely bare.
DAZN will have a broadcast Thursday afternoon at 1:30pm ET/10:30am PT from Tuscany Hall in Florence, Italy. British Super-Welterweight 🇬🇧Sam Eggington (26-6-0, 15KO) faces Italy’s 🇮🇹Orlando Fiordigiglio (31-2-0, 13KO) who holds the IBF International Super-Welterweight title in a 10 round, 154 pound headliner.
🇺🇸Jose “Chon” Zepeda (31-2-0, 25KO), who proved to be a handful for current WBC/WBO Super-Lightweight Unified Champion 🇺🇸Jose Carlos Ramirez back in February, took a 10-round unanimous decision (97-93 on all cards) over tough former two-weight World Titlist 🇵🇷Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (26-3-0, 13KO) Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena on the Fury-Wallin undercard. Continue reading “Chon Zepeda Gets Signature Career Victory over Pedraza”
In what is slated to be his last appearance at 154 pounds, WBO Junior-Middleweight champion 🇲🇽Jaime Munguia (34-0-0, 27KO) broke down and stopped Ghana’s 🇬🇭Patrick Allotey (40-4, 30 KOs) in four rounds Saturday night at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. Continue reading “Munguia Rolls on for Presumably his Last Title Defense at 154”
Dawned with a bloody crimson mask after two nasty cuts were opened over the “Gypsy Kings” right eye, 🇬🇧Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20KO) reached deep down to pull the grit out in a dogfight that produced high drama, as he worked his way to make it though to the final bell, winning a Unanimous Decision over Sweden’s 🇸🇪Otto Wallin (20-1-0, 13KO) in doing his part to secure the end of his deal for the much anticipated re-match with Deontay Wilder for a February 22nd date. Continue reading “Fury Showcases Intestinal Fortitude Amid Two Nasty Cuts to Defeat Wallin in a Gutcheck of a Fight”
Mexican Independence Day weekend went successfully as planned for 🇲🇽Emanuel Navarrete, who for the third time this year successfully defended his WBO Super-Bantamweight title Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin undercard. Continue reading “Navarrete Retains Title With Fourth Round Stoppage of Elorde”