Tag: super featherweight

Frampton Puts on a Body Punching Clinic Against McCreary for the Unanimous Decision Victory

By Tré Berry III🖊️

For what was former World Champion 🇬🇧Carl “The Jackal” Frampton’s (27-2-0, 15KO👊) first fight officially at Super-Featherweight (a contracted weight of 128 lbs), he looked as sharp overall as he had looked in years and shined, showing a multi-faceted bag of tricks in out-thinking young previously unbeaten boxer 🇺🇸Tyler McCreary (16-1-1, 7KO👊), flooring him twice, and cruised to the Unanimous Decision verdict.  Continue reading “Frampton Puts on a Body Punching Clinic Against McCreary for the Unanimous Decision Victory”

Post Weigh-In Update: Oscar Valdez Will Now Face Adam Lopez 🗞️


12 Round Super-Featherweight Bout
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
Saturday, ESPN+ 10pm ET

🇲🇽Oscar Valdez: 129.5 lbs
🇲🇽Andres Gutierrez: 141 lbs (11 pounds over 130 pound limit)

Valdez’s debut at super Featherweight will go on as 🇺🇸Adam Lopez (13-1-0, 6KO) will replace Gutierrez. Lopez was originally slated to face Luis Corija in a 10 round Featherweight bout on the undercard.

Fight Preview: Oscar Valdez vs Andres Gutierrez

By Jon Uddin✏

When your body talks to you it’s wise to listen.

After going through multiple camps where the battle on the scale was just as tough as the ones that played out in the ring, 🇲🇽Oscar Valdez will move up in weight class Saturday for his next fight. Continue reading “Fight Preview: Oscar Valdez vs Andres Gutierrez”

Sosa Walks Down Rhodes for the TKO Stoppage

With this fight being elevated to the main event on ESPN+ card on Saturday night after the injury suffered by Carl Frampton, Philly native and Super-Featherweight contender 🇺🇸Jason Sosa (23-3-4, 16KO) got in the ring to square off against 🇺🇸Haskell Rydell Rhodes (27-4-1, 13KO) to try and impress the boxing contingent and put on a show for his home crowd, and he was successful in doing both. Continue reading “Sosa Walks Down Rhodes for the TKO Stoppage”

Back to the Basics (the Adjustment Period for Alberto Machado) 🔍

By Tré Berry III🖋️


After this weekends events, 🇵🇷Alberto Machado (21-2-0, 17KO) found himself once again on the wrong side of the coin as he dropped a second straight bout to Mexican-American fighter 🇺🇸Andrew Cancio, once again by knockout in an eerily similar fashion to the first fight. We will examine what that all means, what needs to be done, what should have been done in the first place after the initial fight, and the steps he can take to get him to another level as a young talented boxer with room to grow both upstairs, and in the skills department… Continue reading “Back to the Basics (the Adjustment Period for Alberto Machado) 🔍”