Boxing is often looked at a sport in which it is a sport filled with bloodlust and personalities that don’t behave like professionals sadly get rewarded at times as bad behavior can create high engagement on social media. In a world, in which so much negativity gets rewarded, we thought
• CLICK HERE for PHOTOSCredit: Mikey Williams/Top Rank via Getty Images • CLICK HERE for VIDEOCredit: Top Rank (ESPN, ESPN Deportes & ESPN+, 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT) • Oscar Valdez 129.6 vs. Shakur Stevenson 130(WBO/WBC/Ring Magazine Junior Lightweight Titles — 12 Rounds) • Keyshawn Davis 136.2 lbs vs. Esteban Davis 136.6 lbs (Lightweight — 8 Rounds) • Nico Ali Walsh 159.2 lbs vs. Alejandro Ibarra 160.4 lbs (Middleweight— 4 Rounds) (ESPN+, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT)
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Oscar Valdez-Shakur Stevenson Junior Lightweight Unification Showdown Set for April 30 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS (Feb. 17, 2022) — WBC champion Oscar Valdez hopes to become a Mexican boxing legend while WBO king Shakur Stevenson is eyeing the mythical pound-for-pound rankings. On Saturday, April 30, Valdez and Stevenson, the world’s two best junior lightweights, will meet in a title unification matchup for the ages at the MGM Grand Garden
Despite being undefeated Oscar Valdez was looked at as a healthy favorite against Miguel Berchelt, yet his brutal late-round KO of Oscar Valdez was not just career defining, it was a statement to the rest of the division as with this win, Valdez became the man in the lower weights.
Rarely is the lasting image of a trilogy the best one, and even more so, is it the one we will talk about to define the series, but not unlike an episodic TV program on a subscription service, Fury vs. Wilder got better over time, and didn’t fizzle out. The
Don’t like reading – listen to the podcast here Triller. 58-year-old Evander Holyfield, pretty much regarded as the best cruiserweight in the history of boxing, and one of the best heavyweights ever, was knocked out in under 90 seconds by a 44-year-old Vitor Belfort, a UFC legend in his own
Triller PPV Vitor Belfort vs. Evander Holyfield Saturday, September 11th, Triller PPV – Fite TV – 4 PM PST This feels weird. Oscar De La Hoya announced last Friday, he had COVID-19 and was unable to return to the ring. Fair play – health and safety should always come first.
Don’t like reading? Listen to the podcast here. Talk Rules Boxing This Week The Sad Death Of Jeanette Zacarias Zapata Sadly, like seemingly always, talking boxing is more relevant than the action in the ring itself this week. For starters, Jeanette Zacarias Zapata passed away this week from issues suffered
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