Tag: Fights

Despite the Controversy, the Fight is Still On, as Oscar Valdez Meets Robson Conceição for Super-Featherweight Title Fight

Well….any excitement that this bout was supposed to garner was replaced by controversy, frustration, and plenty of open-ended questions involving the Commission. Mexico’s WBC Super-Featherweight world titlist 🇲🇽Oscar Valdez (29-0-0, 23KO👊) riding high after his career-peak win over previously feared world titleholder 🇲🇽Miguel Berchelt – was littered with good press, and a new-found respect from pundits who had seen him take a drastic leap in technique in dominating an opponent, and had cemented himself as being an elite fighter when there was a time previous where his reputation jumped out ahead of his talent in a way where it didn’t accurately reflect where he was as an overall fighter. Continue reading “Despite the Controversy, the Fight is Still On, as Oscar Valdez Meets Robson Conceição for Super-Featherweight Title Fight”

An Accidental Headbutt Halts the Rematch Between Warrington and Lara in the 2nd Round, and the Bout Was Ruled a Technical Draw

This fight was largely anticipated by hardcore boxing fans, and especially those in Leeds, at 🏟️Headingly Rugby League Stadium who were looking to cheer 🇬🇧Josh “Leeds Warrior” Warrington (30-1-1, 7KO👊) for some redemption, however a bad headbutt that occurred in the 2nd round split and opened up a horrible cut over 🇲🇽Mauricio “Bronco” Lara’s (23-2-1, 16KO👊) left eye, and after examination from a Ringside Physician, the fight ended after that second frame, rendering the fight a 📋“Technical Draw”. Naturally both fighters were gutted after the time they put into the preparation, and with the fireworks produced in those 6 min prior to the stoppage. Here is how the fight broke down up to the end point. Continue reading “An Accidental Headbutt Halts the Rematch Between Warrington and Lara in the 2nd Round, and the Bout Was Ruled a Technical Draw”

Katie Taylor Showcases Her Class Over Skilled, Respected Jennifer Han – Secures UD to Defend Her Lightweight World Titles

It was an entertaining bout in spots, as 👑🥇🇮🇪“Irish” Katie Taylor (19-0-0, 6KO👊), and 🇺🇸Jennifer Han (18-4-1, 1KO👊) put their best foot forward in representing themselves. Katie as she is accustomed to doing, proved to be a couple of levels over the former world titlist from El Paso, and worked her way towards a Unanimous Decision victory, securing her 11th straight title defense, and her 4th defense since becoming Undisputed World Champion. Continue reading “Katie Taylor Showcases Her Class Over Skilled, Respected Jennifer Han – Secures UD to Defend Her Lightweight World Titles”

Undisputed Champion Katie Taylor and Jennifer Han Set to Get Down to Business on DAZN Undercard

September 4th marks the return of 🪙5x amateur World Champ, 2012 Olympic Gold-Medalist, current Ring-Magazine #1 P4P women’s boxer, and reigning unbeaten Undisputed Lightweight Champion of the World 👑🥇🇮🇪“Irish” Katie Taylor (18-0-0, 6KO👊), as she looks to make a 11th defense as a Lightweight titlist, and a 4th defense of her Undisputed moniker over the 135 lb. division. Continue reading “Undisputed Champion Katie Taylor and Jennifer Han Set to Get Down to Business on DAZN Undercard”

Amid the Frustration Back Home, Kazuto Ioka Looks To Continue To Set the Bar High – Will Face Francisco Rodriguez on His Home Soil in WBO Title Defense 🗾

Japanese legend, 4 division titlist, and current WBO Super-Flyweight belt holder 🔱🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (26-2-0, 15KO👊) will be back in business on Wednesday, September 1st, at the OTA-City General Gymnasium in Tokyo Japan. Seeking a 3rd defense of his title after a masterful performance to stop the great 🇯🇵Kosei Tanaka, the decorated 32 year old will face former title challenger 🇲🇽Francisco Rodriguez Jr. (34-4-1, 24KO👊), who currently worked himself up to being the #2 contender in the WBO sanctioning body, as well as #2 contender within the IBF ranks. Continue reading “Amid the Frustration Back Home, Kazuto Ioka Looks To Continue To Set the Bar High – Will Face Francisco Rodriguez on His Home Soil in WBO Title Defense 🗾”