Who says that it is just the men that produce wars in the ring? Immediately from the get-go, WBO Super-Featherweight World Titlist 🇺🇸Mikaela Mayer (16-0-0, 5KO), and IBF world titlist 🇫🇷Maiva Hamadouche (22-2-0, 18KO) went to work at a feverish pitch, and neither refused to budge in their pursuit of combat, as the bout was 95% fought in closed quarters, with both trying to exert their will over the other to establish positioning. Continue reading “A War Breaks Out in Virgin Hotels – Despite Terrible Scores, Mikaela Mayer and Maiva Hamadouche Put on a Show, and Mayer Walks Away a Ring-Magazine World Champion”
With the expansion of women’s boxing, the sport is getting more structured to award the best, in the overpopulated title era. The first of its edition in the Super-Featherweight division, the Ring-Magazine title will be on the line, and the winner here will become the first to have it.
Popular, talented unbeaten WBO Super-Featherweight titlist 🇺🇸Mikaela Mayer (15-0-0, 5KO) will take up her first opportunity at unifying titles, and standing across from her on Friday November 5th will be French power punching IBF titlist 🇫🇷Maiva Hamadouche (22-1-0, 18KO), who is looking to secure her 7th title defense, and add notoriety to her name. Continue reading “Title Unification, and the Inaugural Ring-Magazine 130 lb. World Title Belt on the Line for Mikaela Mayer and Maiva Hamadouche”
The Naoya Inoue/Michael Dasmarinas card isn’t the type of card that bolsters a high profile main event, and a last minute, make-shift undercard with no interest attached to it. The two top fights on the undercard actually carries more interest than the 📺main event, in terms of evened out opposition, which garners extra reasoning as to why this is a card that should be watched in its totality. Continue reading “A Double Dose of Intrigue On ESPN Undercard – Mikaela Mayer/Erica Farias & Adam Lopez/Isaac Dogboe”