Tag: Richard Commey

Commey Knocks Beltran Down 4 Times & Ultimately Out in an Exciting 8 Round Contest

IBF Lightweight Titlist 🇬🇭Richard “RC” Commey (29-2-0, 26KO) authored up the signature moment of his career thus far as he overwhelmed respected veteran warrior 🇺🇸Ray Beltran (36-9-0, 22KO) early and often, putting the 38 year old Beltran down 2 times in the first round and nearly getting the knockout victory in the first stanza, but Beltran as we are normally accustomed to by now, fought himself out of trouble and back in the fight…
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Ray Beltran Fails to Make Weight, Ineligible to Win IBF Lightweight World Title 🗞️

WEIGH-IN RESULTS FOR TOMORROW’S (6/28) MAIN EVENT

LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT
Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, U.S

WEIGH-IN ⚖️ (135 LB Limit)
(IBF World Lightweight Titlist)
🇬🇭Richard Commey (28-2-0, 25KO) = 134.4 LBS.
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(Former Lightweight World Titlist)
🇲🇽🇺🇸Ray Beltran (36-8-1, 22KO) = 136.8 LBS.❌ (Overweight)

 

***FIGHT WILL BE SHOWN ON ESPN TOMORROW NIGHT***

 

Richard Commey & Ray Beltran Square off in a Marquee Match at Lightweight

Two thoroughbred boxers will take to the ring on Friday, June 28th, those boxers being current IBF Lightweight World Titlist 🇬🇭Richard Commey (28-2-0, 25KO) of Ghana, and former WBO World Titlist 🇲🇽🇺🇸Ray Beltran (36-8-1, 22KO), which will go down at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California, USA. Continue reading “Richard Commey & Ray Beltran Square off in a Marquee Match at Lightweight”

A King Weighing his Options

There is word getting out that Unified WBA/WBO Lightweight Champion ♛🥇🥇🇺🇦Vasiliy ‘Hi-Tech’ Lomachenko (12-1-0, 9KO) has been granted a postponement by the WBA to bypass their mandatory for his next fight, which would be Manchester England’s 🇬🇧Anthony Crolla.

With this being the case, this opens up lanes for Lomachenko to continue to look at the prospects of another unification fight with newly-crowned IBF World-Titlist 🇬🇭Richard Commey (28-2-0, 25KO) to take place next.

The complications however for this match-up is that Commey injured his right hand in his title-fight on Saturday, February 2nd, and is awaiting the results of an MRI on his hand to gauge the severity of the injury. If everything does however check out, the WBA will be in accordance with Vasiliy’s move towards another unifier, as long as that fight takes place no later than an April date, which works well given the tentative date of Lomachenko’s next fight being April 12th.

COMMEY WINS HIS 1ST WORLD TITLE IN EXPLOSIVE FASHION

By Tre Berry

Ghanaian-born Richard Commey (28-2-0, 25KO) electrified the audience by dominating Russia’s Isa Chaniev (13-2-0, 6KO), putting him down with a sledgehammer left hook that crumbled him in the 2nd round.

Though Chaniev got up, Commey went in for the finish, pummeling him with a barrage of punches, as Referee Laurence Cole stepped in to stop the fight as he slumped down to the canvas, making Commey the IBF Lightweight Champion.

Hats off  to Commey for becoming a world titlist and adding to the group of boxers in years past from Ghana that has done the same.

The worst kept secret in boxing is that P4P #1 & unified WBA/WBO Lightweight Champion Vasiliy ‘Hi-Tech’ Lomachenko (12-1-0, 9KO) has tunnel-vision on collecting all 4 world title belts en-route to becoming Undisputed Lightweight Champion, and now that Commey holds one of the belts he covets, there is a high possibility that a fight with Commey may be produced next.