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Pedraza Looks To Continue His Hot Streak, While Rodriguez Looks To Hammer His Way To Contention

Former two-division titlist 🇵🇷Jose “Sniper” Pedraza (28-3-0, 13KO👊) at the age of 32 is at the peak of his powers. The now Junior-Welterweight hopeful is looking to continue to perform at that level as he harbors in his prime, with hopes of propelling himself upward a crowded cast of quality world contenders in the ⚖️140 lb. weight division. On June 12th, he will he taking the challenge of a young, hungry gun in unbeaten powerpuncher 🇺🇸Julian “Hammer Hands” Rodriguez (21-0-0, 14KO👊) to co-headline the Virgin Hotels card. Continue reading “Pedraza Looks To Continue His Hot Streak, While Rodriguez Looks To Hammer His Way To Contention”

Shakur Stevenson Primed To Put Preparation, and Skills On Display Against Jeremy Nakathila For Interim Title – With Far Loftier Potential Plans Down the Line

To be truly gifted in a particular area is a blessing. If you have the persistent work ethic to match, and a constant chip on your shoulder to prove yourself to the masses, and improve in every subsequent outing…then you can put yourself into a position to be special.  It is clear that 🥈🇺🇸Shakur “Fearless” Stevenson (15-0-0, 8KO👊) is at this juncture of his career, as a young 23 year old prodigy, who has all the tools needed to become the current younger generation’s vanguard for the next era. Continue reading “Shakur Stevenson Primed To Put Preparation, and Skills On Display Against Jeremy Nakathila For Interim Title – With Far Loftier Potential Plans Down the Line”

Josh Taylor Lives Out His Dream – Put Jose Ramirez Down Twice, and Boxed His Way Towards a Unanimous Decision Victory To Become Undisputed Champion

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 05/22/2021

Talk can be redundant at times, but it is another thing together when you can back up your claims, and deliver in a way that leaves little doubt to your superiority over your opponent, and tonight, 👑🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Josh “The Tartan Tornado” Taylor (18-0-0, 13KO👊) did exactly that, enduring the early pressure put forth by game 🇺🇸Jose Carlos Ramirez is (26-1-0, 17KO👊) who gave what he could in the bout, but was outclassed by a better marksman on this night.  Continue reading “Josh Taylor Lives Out His Dream – Put Jose Ramirez Down Twice, and Boxed His Way Towards a Unanimous Decision Victory To Become Undisputed Champion”

Only One Can Sit Atop the 💺Throne – Two Kings Of Their Land Will March To the Ring, To Battle For Supremacy (Taylor vs. Ramirez) 🔥

The big one is about…to go…down. May 22nd was a day that all boxing fans alike had circled on their calendar as a can’t miss spectacle, as two of the best in their division will risk it all for the right to be called “Undisputed World Champion”. Scotland’s current best 👑🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Josh “The Tartan Tornado” Taylor (17-0-0, 13KO👊) reigns as the divisions RING/WBA/IBF Junior-Welterweight Champion of the World, and he sits as a prohibitive 🧮2-to-1 favorite in this mega bout. 

Unified WBC/WBO Junior-Welterweight World Titlist 🇺🇸Jose Carlos Ramirez is (26-0-0, 17KO👊) is one who thrives in the underdog role, and aggressively goes after glory. He can be categorized as the divisions chief pit-bull, and he is looking to do damage, but Taylor won’t make it easy for him, as he shares a similar level of grit & tenacity. Continue reading “Only One Can Sit Atop the 💺Throne – Two Kings Of Their Land Will March To the Ring, To Battle For Supremacy (Taylor vs. Ramirez) 🔥”

A Gutsy Pitufo Impressed Early, But Bit Off More Than He Could Chew In the Second Half, With Navarrete Dominating, For the Late Knockout

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 04/25/2021

ESPN’s headline attraction lived up to the expectations of entertainment, and it was 🇲🇽Emmanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (33-1-0, 28KO👊) loudly defending his WBO Featherweight title, knocking out 🇵🇷Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz (26-3-0, 16KO👊) late in the bout, despite a Herculean effort from the challenger, who was willing to give his all in the waning moments, but it wasn’t enough to swamp the power punching accuracy that Navarrete implemented down the stretch. Continue reading “A Gutsy Pitufo Impressed Early, But Bit Off More Than He Could Chew In the Second Half, With Navarrete Dominating, For the Late Knockout”