Steve Johnson, who trains out of Eddie Croft’s B St Boxing in San Mateo, is an exciting fighter, who despite picking the sport up just four years ago at the age of 14-years-old, is now looking to make a statement on the national scene, this coming year when tournaments begin.
Once again, another list to make people mad as I spotlight the emerging, and open-and-coming talents across the professional boxing world. This is just my perception of young fighters and based around my own level of excitement around said fighters heading into next year, as a guide for whom you
There is a dating game in Kazakhstan that couples play on horseback. Given a head start, the woman gallops towards a finish line while the man is obligated to catch up and forcefully kiss her while in full stride. Failure for the man results in the woman whipping him in
Evgeny Shvedenko in only his fifteenth pro fight is now the WBC international super middleweight champion making him a top-15 super middleweight in WBC’s rankings. Shvedenko, who has been training with Eddie Croft at B. St Boxing, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, has been estranged from his coach. Shvedenko showed
Pittsburg, California’s own Jose Maria “Chema” Delgado (6-0-4, 2 KOs)), fought to a draw with Texas’ Armando Frausto (8-1, 5 KOs), taking place at the Galveston Island Convention Center, in Galveston, Texas, promoted by Zurdo Promotions, and broadcast on FITE TV, last Friday. Delgado can’t catch a break, as despite
We’ve covered the major promoters, but now we decided to list the ten fighters signed to promoters or promotions that do not get the same exposure as the major four promoters of, Top Rank, PBC, Golden Boy, and Matchroom. Here are the the top-10 fighters to watch in this category.
Canelo Alvarez has now won 10 world titles across four weight division, and despite what some want to say to condescend him, Canelo picked up the torch for boxing after Floyd Mayweather left the sport, and Manny Pacquiao became a part-time boxer. Alvarez, who could go down as the greatest
Gennady Golovkin fights tonight on DAZN, and as of yesterday looked as in-shape as ever, despite being 38-years-old, as Golovkin fights in a few hours against, Kamil Szeremeta, who despite being ranked #3 world by the IBF, as #1 and #2 lay vacant, is essentially a high-level tune-up as Szeremeta’s
Anthony Saldana, as well as his wife Cynthia Saldana, have been a staple of the L.A. boxing community. Saldana has spent countless hours helping fighters for very little if anything in return. That is the game though, that is what we’re in it for – to help these young fighters,
In one of my many clickbait articles leading into the new year, we will put the spotlight on guys who deserve the spotlight. This will focus on fighters who do not have a major promoter but are of the ilk that deserve to be invested in for their boxing career,