Middleweight World Champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (52-1-2, 36KO👊) and Golden Boy Promotions have officially disbanded their partnership. After growing riff consistent of control issues, personal relationships going awry with Mr. Alvarez and 🕴️Oscar De La Hoya, and realization setting in that it was impossible to honor the 11 fight – $365 million contract that Canelo signed, he and his team will now explore all of their other options on the big table. Continue reading “Canelo Free From His Golden Boy Contract – Also Now Has Eyes on Fighting Another Top Boxer 📰”
WBC Middleweight World Champion 🇺🇸Jermall Charlo and always-game 🇺🇦Sergiy Derevyanchenko embracing after their 12 round headliner on Saturday night. The Charlo’s (both Jermell and Jermall) are tough sells. They don’t just like anybody, you have to earn their respect…and that’s exactly what Sergiy was able to do, as Jermall showed the most respect to him post-fight out of all his opponents.
By Tré Berry III | 09/21/2020
Do you want a real legitimate Super-Welterweight Champion of the World? Well come Saturday night, we most likely will get one, as 🇺🇸Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (33-1-0, 17KO👊) will fight a Unification bout with 🇩🇴Jeison “Banana” Rosario (20-1-1, 14KO👊) as part of a Pay-Pew-View doubleheader that will feature both headliners on separate cards. As for this fight, the winner will walk away with 4 Title belts, As Charlo puts up his WBC strap, and Rosario puts up his IBF, WBA straps, and while both will gun for the vacant RING World Title to claim as King of the division. Continue reading “Two Cards, One Night – The Charlo Twins Take On the Toughest Assignments in Their Careers”
After a 13 month layoff, former WBA Middleweight Champion 🇺🇸Rob “Bravo” Brant got back in the win column by stopping Ukrainian 🇺🇦Vitalli Kopylenko in five decisive rounds. The scheduled 10 rounder took place on the Eleider Alvarez vs Joe Smith undercard at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Saturday night. Continue reading “Bravo Bounces Back”
Boxing fans will see a lot of this today…
St Valentines Day Massacre
World Middleweight Championship
February 14, 1951
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois
In the third defense of the Middleweight title, 🇺🇸Jake Lamotta was able to still proclaim that he had never been dropped, but he was not able to leave with his belt.
👑🇺🇸Sugar Ray Robinson unleashed hell on Lamotta, specifically in the 13th round when he battered and bloodied the “Bronx Bull” to the point referee Frank Sykora jumped in to stop the beating. The beating Lamotta took forever labeled the fight “The St Valentines Day Massacre”.