Tag: Lightweight

Boxer-Puncher in Her Full Element – Serrano Puts Forth Consistent Effort to Wipe Out Gutierrez on the Cards in the Lightweight Division

The great 🇵🇷Amanda “Real Deal” Serrano (42-1-1, 30KO👊👊) let it be known early in her bout against 🇪🇸Miriam Gutierrez (14-2-0, 5KO👊) that she wanted to make an everlasting statement against her latest foe. Coming out in the first round strong on her front foot, she controlled the first minute of the action behind the strong jab, cross at range, using it in a variety of ways. Continue reading “Boxer-Puncher in Her Full Element – Serrano Puts Forth Consistent Effort to Wipe Out Gutierrez on the Cards in the Lightweight Division”

Lomachenko Brilliant in Wipeout Performance Over Gutsy Commey – Wins Unanimous Decision By Virtual Shutout to Possibly Set Him Up For Something Big at Lightweight

Written by Tré Berry III✍️🖊️ | 12/11/2021

Lightweight season has officially concluded, and the name of the game for 🥇🥇🇺🇦Vasiliy “Loma” Lomachenko (16-2-0, 11KO👊) was to do what his other contemporaries failed to do during this 3 week stretch that harbored 8 of the 10 best Lightweights in the world, and that was to outright dominate his opponent. Well on this night, he did exactly that, as he took out 🇬🇭Richard “RC” Commey (30-4-0, 27KO👊) in a brilliant performance by shutout variety, that harkens back to Loma’s greatest days when injury was no longer in the backdrop of their concerns on the minds of watchers.  Continue reading “Lomachenko Brilliant in Wipeout Performance Over Gutsy Commey – Wins Unanimous Decision By Virtual Shutout to Possibly Set Him Up For Something Big at Lightweight”

Injuries and the Pandemic – How Inescapable Circumstances Derailed Their Initial Plans, and How it Effected Richard Commey and Vasiliy Lomachenko in the Longrun

Written by Tré Berry III✍️🖊️ | 12/08/2021

Life at times can throw you interesting curveballs, whether it alters something about you, or it reconstructing the ground in which you walk on. Such was the case for both 🇬🇭Richard Commey (30-3-0, 27KO👊), and 🥇🥇🇺🇦Vasiliy Lomachenko (15-2-0, 11KO👊)…and though their stories completely contrast one another, it is also intertwined in a sense, to where they each play a part in an important 📖chapter in a grand story of the division. For their fight to be on the horizon in the next few days, it is a near full circle microcosm given where the story all originates from.  Continue reading “Injuries and the Pandemic – How Inescapable Circumstances Derailed Their Initial Plans, and How it Effected Richard Commey and Vasiliy Lomachenko in the Longrun”

Fire Meets Ice For an Interesting World Lightweight Attraction – Lomachenko to Battle Commey

Boxing’s chief scientist returns to center ring at 🗽Madison Square Garden, as 🥇🥇🇺🇦Vasiliy “Loma” Lomachenko (15-2-0, 11KO👊) hops back in the drivers seat in his ongoing pursuit of sustainable Lightweight supremacy, as widely respected Ghanaian power puncher 🇬🇭Richard “RC” Commey (30-3-0, 27KO👊) is geared to remind everyone that he is still in the thick of the elite, ranking as one of the better fighters of the 135 lb. division, and now has the major opportunity to prove himself here against an elite craftsmen. Continue reading “Fire Meets Ice For an Interesting World Lightweight Attraction – Lomachenko to Battle Commey”

Tank Davis Deals With Relentless Pitbull Cruz For Twelve Rounds on Staples Center PPV Card, Does Enough to Get the Decision

Written by Tré Berry III✍️🖊️ | 12/06/2021

Superstar high ranked Lightweight contender 🇺🇸Gervonta “Tank” Davis’s (26-0-0, 24KO👊) last minute PPV experiment appears to be a very successful one in the long run, as late replacement Lightweight contender 🇲🇽Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz (22-2-1, 15KO👊) lived up to his moniker by relentlessly taking the fight to Davis void of any fear, and made it an eventful, fun friendly fight for the large gathering of fans at the sold out 🏟️Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Davis, who paid a tribute to the late, great 🏀Kobe Bryant in the building that he built, dawned Laker colors to commemorate the all-time great. Continue reading “Tank Davis Deals With Relentless Pitbull Cruz For Twelve Rounds on Staples Center PPV Card, Does Enough to Get the Decision”