By Jon Uddin & Tré Berry III | 04/23/2021
Tré Berry III and Jon Uddin tackle various topics relevant in the boxing world with events that have taken place this month. We discuss Demetrius Andrade, and what steps he needs to take going forward in order to secure a mega-match. We will also address Tony Harrison’s ⚓place in the Super-Welterweight division, and we will speak about the budding superstardom of “Boots” Ennis. Continue reading “Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of April 18th)”
By Tré Berry III🖊️
Hosted at the 🏟️Toyota Arena in Ontario, California, this rematch took on a different tone than the 1st fight, and provided more action, and with the tide of the fight tightening up down the stretch, 🇺🇸Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (33-1-0, 17KO👊) came out like a tidal wave in the 11th round to land a big left hook to drop rival 🇺🇸Tony “Super Bad” Harrison (28-3-0, 21KO👊) and put forth the finishing touches toward getting the TKO victory en route to getting his WBC Super-Welterweight belt back to become a 2X World Titlist. Continue reading “A Closely Contested Rematch Came to an Abrupt End as Charlo Put Harrison Down Twice in the 11th Round and Secured the TKO Victory”
By Tré Berry III🖊️
A year prior (364 days to be exact from their first encounter, and when their re-match is scheduled) WBC Super-Welterweight Titlist 🇺🇸Tony “Super Bad” Harrison (28-2-0, 21KO👊) and then-holder of the WBC Title 🇺🇸Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (32-1-0, 16KO👊) fought a spirited fight in front of a Barclays Center audience that pleased the fans in attendance, and also raised a few eyebrows… Continue reading “Tony Harrison to Face off Against Jermell Charlo in their Rematch for WBC Super-Welterweight Title”
Unfortunately, this re-match between WBC Super-Welterweight Titleholder Tony “Super-Bad” Harrison (28-2-0, 21KO) & Jermell “Iron-Man” Charlo (31-1-0, 15KO) had to be shelved, with revelations of an ankle injury… Continue reading “A Rematch Postponed, a Tony Harrison Ankle Injury 🗞️”
By Tre Berry
In what was the co-headline bout of the night, a surprise upset, of VERY questionable assessment by the judges, Tony ‘Super-Man’ Harrison (28 – 2 – 0, 21KO) is the new WBC Super-Welterweight Champion, as the judges all in dubious fashion awarded him the unanimous decision victory over Jermell ‘Iron-Man’ Charlo (31 – 1 – 0, 15KO).
Harrison to his credit, fought well, operating behind a measured, counter-punching approach and forcing Jermell into a thinking man’s fight, but Jermell was up for a chess match and matched him wits to wits, with both fighters in large operating from middle distance.
Jermell exhibited sharp mechanics with sound, high guard defense while he worked his way into his desired range to fire off counter shots, picking his spots here and there to throw the bombs, and he was more successful than Harrison in operating his gameplan throughout.
Harrison put up a valiant effort, most notably in the first 8 rounds, but that in no way should’ve been enough on the scorecards to warrant a Harrison win, especially considering it was Jermell who really pressed the action with effective aggression down the stretch, also putting together a thorough 12th to secure what should have been a victory in his favor. Below are the official judges names, with their scorecards…
ROBIN TAYLOR – 116 – 112 for Harrison
RON MCNAIR = 115 – 113 for Harrison
JULIE LEDERMAN = 115 – 113 for Harrison