Written by Tré Berry III | 11/18/2021
Saturday evening will feature arguably the most anticipated Welterweight contest of the last 🗓️5 years – not solely just because of the abilities, and stature of both combatants, but also because there was a time where it looked damn near impossible to get ⛓️Top-Rank Promotions and ⛓️PBC on the same accord, to get one of PBC’s premiere Welterweights to go up against Top-Rank’s royal bargaining chip. Continue reading “Tré Berry’s Prediction, Breakdown, Analysis and Past Comparison For Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter”
Written by Tré Berry III | 11/16/2021
Even now, when you think of 🇺🇸Terence “Bud” Crawford (37-0-0, 28KO👊) past his nearly unmatched abilities, what comes to mind is that he is not the easiest person to approach, isn’t one that’s down for a long conversation, and can be stand-offish at times, which doesn’t necessarily have to be categorized as a bad thing. He simply enjoys the space that he operates in, and he only opens the ⛩️gates to those who he trust, and are close to him in his personal circle of supporters. Continue reading “The Cold, Intimidating Personality of Terence Crawford – How He and Shawn Porter Formed a Friendship”
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)”