Tag: #SuperFlyweight

Another War Manifests At Super-Flyweight – Ancajas Eeks Out Tough Decision Over Very Brave Rodriguez

Coming into the bout, reigning IBF Super-Flyweight World Titlist 🇵🇭Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas (33-1-2, 22KO👊) was looking to secure his 9th successful defense, but #1 world mandatory challenger 🇲🇽Jonathan Javier Rodriguez (22-2-0, 16KO👊) made it as tough as possible for the Champion, fighting Ancajas tooth and nail through 12 rounds. The bout was declared a Unanimous Decision victory for Ancajas, but the action in the bout reflected that it was much closer than the scores indicated.  Continue reading “Another War Manifests At Super-Flyweight – Ancajas Eeks Out Tough Decision Over Very Brave Rodriguez”

A Forgotten Champion Looks to Re-Introduce Himself – Ancajas to Defend Title Against Rodriguez

Reigning IBF Super-Flyweight Titlist 🇵🇭Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas (32-1-2, 22KO👊) has been the longest tenured alphabet titleholder in the division since winning it back in 2016, but the other point of the ⚔️double-edged sword is that for whatever reasons, he and his team Continue reading “A Forgotten Champion Looks to Re-Introduce Himself – Ancajas to Defend Title Against Rodriguez”

Nietes, Void of Ring Rust, Takes Care of Business in His Return to the Ring, Outpoints Carrillo in UD Victory

The return of former 4-division Titlist 🇵🇭Donnie “Ahas” Nietes (43-1-5, 23KO👊) went about as smooth as you could expect, in a typical-like performance. With a workmanlike approach, Nietes defeated Colombian fighter 🇨🇴Pablo Carrillo (25-8-1, 16KO👊) by way of 10 round Unanimous Decision, and now looks to get back into the thick of the Super-Flyweight division, and its talents. Continue reading “Nietes, Void of Ring Rust, Takes Care of Business in His Return to the Ring, Outpoints Carrillo in UD Victory”

Guess Who’s Back…Back Again🎵 – Donnie Nietes Makes Long Awaited Return to the Ring After Nearly a 2½ Year Hiatus

If a ⚱️missing person’s report was applied to the Philippines and worldwide, future Hall-of-Famer 🇵🇭Donnie “Ahas” Nietes (42-1-5, 23KO👊) would’ve certainly been the first choice from the current boxing realm to be put there, as the Filipino standout inexplicably took 28 months away from the ring. Continue reading “Guess Who’s Back…Back Again🎵 – Donnie Nietes Makes Long Awaited Return to the Ring After Nearly a 2½ Year Hiatus”