Tag: Light-Heavyweight

A Light-Heavyweight Classic War (Saad Muhammad | Jerry Martin)


Fight Date – 📅September 26, 1981

Location – 🏟️Golden Nugget Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey

On The Line – WBC Light-Heavyweight Title (Muhammad 8th defense of title)


In the early rounds it was 🇺🇸Jerry Martin (22-2-0, 15KO👊) (the WBC #2 challenger) who pushed the pace of the fight, but the challenger would find himself hurt in the third round as a result of 🇺🇸Matthew Saad Muhammad (30-3-2, 22KO👊) landing a series of lefts and rights to the head. Continue reading “A Light-Heavyweight Classic War (Saad Muhammad | Jerry Martin)”

Eleider Alvarez Delivers Early Knockout of the Year Candidate Against Michael Seals

After nearly a year out of the ring, former WBO Light-Heavyweight Champion 🇨🇴Eleider Alvarez (25-1-0, 13KO) was successful in his return to action Saturday night and delivered a highlight reel knockout in the seventh round to close the show against veteran power puncher 🇺🇸Michael Seals (24-3-0, 18KO).  Continue reading “Eleider Alvarez Delivers Early Knockout of the Year Candidate Against Michael Seals”

Back to the Basics (the Adjustment Period for Oleksandr Gvozdyk) 🔍

By Tré Berry III🖋️


It has been a while since we’ve done a piece for this segment here; The reason being a plethora of strong performances taking place throughout all of boxing, and there were very few 📉let downs in terms of personal performance during that duration of time. This segment is typically reserved for those who have under-achieved a little, or needs some sort of overhaul to their approach, but today we will buck the trend, as former WBC Light-Heavyweight Champion 🥉🇺🇦Oleksandr Gvozdyk (17-1-0, 14KO👊) is realistically too good for this type of segment under normal conditions… Continue reading “Back to the Basics (the Adjustment Period for Oleksandr Gvozdyk) 🔍”

Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Dangerous Plight of the Balanced Slugger (Artur Beterbiev)

By Tré Berry III🖋️

The beauty of boxing is in its wide variance of personalities, approaches, expression, and in it’s many different styles that is delivered for the boxing contingent to analyze, study, and enjoy. Last Friday, we’ve had one of the best fights of the 2019 year, which featured now Unified WBC/IBF Light-Heavyweight Champion 🇷🇺Artur Beterbiev (15-0-0, 15KO👊👊) out-dueling and eventually breaking down the talented Oleksandr Gvozdyk en route to a 10th round TKO victory. Beterbiev is now on the other side of the boxing world, having finally pulled himself up to the ⛰️mountain-top in the pros… Continue reading “Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Dangerous Plight of the Balanced Slugger (Artur Beterbiev)”

Talking Legends:📽️ Archie Moore

Relentless, menacing, driven, physically and mentally imposing, “The Mongoose” 🇺🇸Archie Moore (186-23-10, 132KO👊) cemented himself as a legend among legends, and was one of the best fighters of the Golden-Age in the 1950’s. Moore was well known for his cross-armed defense and relentless nature in pressuring fighters to systematically break them down round by round. He had impeccable power, evidenced by his 132 KO’s, which stands as the second highest knockout total in boxing history.

He was a very intelligent craftsman, and had excellent footwork inside to pivot and put his opponent in compromising positions while it enabled Archie to load up on his shot to drive the power home. As a long time World Champion… Continue reading “Talking Legends:📽️ Archie Moore”