By Tré Berry III🖊️
A combined record of ✅86 wins – 46 losses❌…interesting, but what record does that pertain to? 🤔that is the cumulative results throughout all of boxing history when 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalists at the professional level fight in rematches against a non-Gold-Medal recipient boxer that they had previously lost to. The “86” represents those Gold-Medalists that won gold, and the “46” represents fights in which those Gold-Medalists couldn’t turn it around, losing yet again to the same boxer – all of that amounting to a solid 65.2% success rate for amateur boxers of that creed. Continue reading “Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Resourceful Bounce Back Nature of the 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalist”
The nervous body language, lack of eye contact at center ring, and forgetting of the mouthpiece right before the fight began, indicated that the reality of being in over his head had fully hit 🇬🇭Ebenezer Tetteh Friday night as he headed into his clash with undefeated British Heavyweight 🇬🇧Daniel Dubois at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Continue reading “Quick Work for Dubois, Knocks out Tetteh in 2 Rounds”
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”
Also in London this past Saturday…
After adjusting to the disadvantage in length he faced, and finding a home for his right hand, 🥇🇷🇺Alexander Povetkin (35-2-0, 24 KO) took a unanimous decision win over 🇬🇧Hughie Fury (23-3-0, 13KO) Saturday on the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Luke Campbell undercard with three judges scores of 117-111. Continue reading “Alex Povetkin Outpoints Hughie Fury in London”
(Four Heavyweight records broken)
BOXERS: 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki & 🇺🇸Chris Arreola
FEAT ACCOMPLISHED: Both fighters combined threw the most punches in a single fight in Heavyweight history, also landing the most combined punches in a single fight in Heavyweight history. Arreola individually set the Heavyweight record for most punches thrown, and Kownacki set the Heavyweight record for most punches landed.
THE PATH TO THE GOAL:📈 When the fight signing was made public, the immediate consensus was that we were going to get an action packed fight, due to 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki & 🇺🇸Chris Arreola’s base styles locked in with one another, where both fighters could only fight one way, and that’s to come forward, fighting inside which is where they have earned their keeps throughout their careers. We essentially got the type of fight we anticipated, and there was a lot of activity back and forth throughout those 12 rounds that ultimately contributed to some of the astonishing overall numbers that were put up after the fight concluded. Continue reading “On the Radar:📡 Adam Kownacki & Chris Arreola”