In a bit of sad news, which seems to be the norm now, Northern California boxer, Eloy Perez, from Salinas, Ca, is no longer with us. Details are few and far between. We just simply know the prizefighter no longer orbits this realm anymore. Perez, who trained with legendary Salinas
The Standouts Javier Martinez, Milwaukee, Wi, 175 lbs. Moving up in weight after already qualifying for the Olympic Trials at middleweight, Martinez won the tournament in his second division. Martinez impressed me and made the top of the list since he was able to adjust his style to fight against
Toscano Boxing Promotions, the local Stockton, Ca start-up boxing company, has signed their first prospect from Mexico, getting Jose Alvarado. Per an Instagram post, the promotion explains that Alvarado had an amateur record of 121 wins and 10 losses along with four national titles, four silver medals, and one bronze.
Evgeny Shvedenko (13-0 6KOs), who now trains with Eddie Croft at B St Boxing picked up a win last night against Nuhu Lawal (27-6 15KOs in Germany. Shvedenko spent a good portion of this camp sparring with Sergiy Dervyanchenko, who just fought Gennadiy Golovkin, and Shvedenko appears to have transitioned
Oleksandr Usyk (16-0 12KOs) comes off like someone from another dimension. His skill set and movement is above all of those at cruiserweight and more than likely heavyweight. His struggles with the English language have come off charming as his “…I am very feel” quote is as iconic as any
Jaron Ennis Jaron Ennis is a true talent. The Philly welterweight is making noise but is still unknown to a subsection of the boxing public as he isn’t with a big name promoter, yet, and has so far, only fought on ShoBox: The Next Generation, a developmental aspect of Showtime’s
Serhiy Derevianchenko is a highly decorated amateur, who was fast-tracked in the professional realm of boxing after hundreds of amateur bouts getting a world title shot in merely his thirteenth fight. In fact, Derevianchenko has only fourteen fights and 81 rounds under his belt as a pro, with his lone
Sergey Kovalev is the most proven light heavyweight in the sport of boxing right now. His lone losses come to one of the greatest fighters the sport has seen in Andre Ward, and the first loss was hotly debated, as well as knockout loss to Eleider Alvarez, which he avenged.
I have seen some get confused by interim WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney’s position in the sport of boxing, so I thought this article could be used as a good reference point for future discussions. Before we enter this discussion, let’s define some key terms in boxing development which are
Michael Dutchover is a hardworking young lightweight from Midland, Texas, that is hard not to root for, in the sense he is talent and flat-out a nice person, and this Friday night, he will main event his first card on Showtime, as part of ShoBox: The Next Generation, facing Cleveland,