By Tré Berry & Jon Uddin | 03/25/2021
Last Saturday, we seen the return of Artur Beterbiev after a 17 month hiatus filled with delays pertaining to health. We also seen the Cruiserweight division undergo an intriguing shift, as Lawrence Okolie finally lived up to his potential, doing so on the big stage.
Project combat authors Jon Uddin & Tré Berry will converse in-depth on those fighters, and we will also touch up on Vergil Ortiz stepping up, rising in the big moment, and we will also address the growing disappointment with Terence Crawford, and his constantly shifting mindset, as well as his criticism of Canelo Alvarez ducking black fighters. Continue reading “Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of March 28th)”
By Jon Uddin & Tré Berry | 11/18/2020
Jon Uddin and Tré Berry dig deep on this segment to talk about the debacle that happened in Moloney and Franco’s rematch, and how the system can be amended. We also talk about the uprising of women’s boxing, the momentum they are carrying forward in their favor, also where Kell Brook can go from this point forward, and Terence “Bud” Crawford’s placement at the top of the sport. Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 15th)”
Both ♛Terence “Bud” Crawford and 🇬🇧Kell Brook were class acts after their 4-round fight yesterday. Brook was humble in defeat, and honest in his assessment when talking to the WBO Champion, specifying that he (Bud) has very good timing, and a good deal of punching power – to where Crawford replied 🗣️ “I told you so” regarding the power. Bud respected Brook and his efforts as well, and just like that, two proud prizefighters could go home healthy to their families.
Boxing’s swiss-army knife and Pound-4-Pound WBO World Welterweight Titlist ♛🇺🇸Terence “Bud” Crawford (36-0-0, 27KO👊) is up to bat next, as he will have eyes on skilled former IBF Welterweight Titlist 🇬🇧Kell “Special K” Brook (39-2-0, 27KO👊) on ESPN for what will be an attempt for Crawford to secure a 4th defense of his Title since moving up to the division three years ago. Continue reading “Bud Crawford Looks to Close Book on Opponents Career, While Brook Has His Eyes on Redemption”