Tag: Trilogy

A Trilogy Reaches Conclusion, and Joshua Franco Stands Tall, as He Defeats Moloney In Rubber Match

The best way to clear confusion up going forward is to settle the score with live action, and 🇺🇸Joshua Franco (18-1-2, 8KO👊) was able to do that by winning the latest of three bouts between he and 🇦🇺Andrew Moloney (21-2-0, 14KO👊), to secure his second win against the skilled Aussie, for his finest moment as a professional boxer. Continue reading “A Trilogy Reaches Conclusion, and Joshua Franco Stands Tall, as He Defeats Moloney In Rubber Match”

Moloney Looking To Right Boxing’s Wrongs, as He and Rival Franco Are Set To Meet For Their Trilogy Bout

It’s a beautiful thing when you can supply boxing as a fighter, with two separate trilogies – in modern boxing, the list is pretty short in terms of participators. It is even better when the trilogies that you provide are unexpected, and just happen, 🌉bridging the action, with the drama attached to it, and on Saturday, #6 ranked Ring-Magazine contender 🇺🇸Joshua “El Profesor” Franco (17-1-2, 8KO👊) will walk down that path, as he will have completed two separate trilogies within his last 7 fights, doing so at just 25 years of age. Continue reading “Moloney Looking To Right Boxing’s Wrongs, as He and Rival Franco Are Set To Meet For Their Trilogy Bout”

A Third Thriller in a Row, Yet Again no Victor as Fight Ends in Another Draw (Negrete vs. Franco)

The trilogy officially became one with this contest Saturday night, as top Bantamweight contenders 🇺🇸Joshua Franco (15-1-2, 7KO) & 🇨🇴Oscar Negrete (18-2-2, 7KO) set out to make a definitive statement against the other, taking into accord how close the two previous fights were. The way the fight started, it felt like round 21 of the continuation of high-octane action that these two have produced in their contests – safe to say that they were tailor made for each other…  Continue reading “A Third Thriller in a Row, Yet Again no Victor as Fight Ends in Another Draw (Negrete vs. Franco)”