01 Aug 2021

Imam Khataev – Why The Olympic Bronze Medal Boxer Needs To Be On Your Radar

For every Olympic Gold Medalist, I am going to take time and give a brief bio and context for fight fans who didn’t watch the Olympic boxing contest, but with Imam Khataev losing a heavily debated decision to Benjamin Whittaker, Khataev deserves the same treatment. Khataev, who fights like the

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25 Jul 2021

2020 Olympic Boxing Results – Day Two Recap

Day Two Olympic Boxing Results – July 25th, 2021 Notable Fighters Men’s Lightweight Keyshawn Davis (USA) defeated Enrico Lacruz (NED) – Keyshawn Davis looks to be one of the best Olympians we have had in some time, starting fast, and looking a cross between Lamont Peterson and Shakur Stevenson. Davis

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15 Aug 2017

Luis Nery wins WBC title from Yamanaka

Mexican southpaw bantamweight Luis Nery (24-0, 18 KOs) picked up the biggest win of his career by capturing the WBC bantamweight belt when he battered and bruised Shinsuke Yamanaka (27-1-2, 19 KOs) forcing Yamanaka’s corner to stop the fight on Tuesday in Kyoto, Japan. Nery put pressure on Yamanaka and by

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20 May 2017

N’Dam defeats Murata for WBA title, plus results from Japan

Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam (34-2, 21 KOs) picked up a heavily scrutinized win  for the vacant WBA middleweight belt as as he picked up a split decision win over 2012 Olympic gold medalist Ryota Murata (12-1, 9 KOs) on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan. The fight which was close and saw Murata drop

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06 May 2015

Uchiyama with highlight reel KO in Japan (video)

WBA super-featherweight “super” champion Takashi Uchiyama, an unbeaten KO artist of Japan, retained his throne as he proved his credibility by knockout unbeaten Jomthong Chuwatana with a right hand in the second round on Wednesday in Tokyo, Japan. Uchiyama may not be a household name in the U.S., but 130 lbs. champ

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01 May 2015

Miura Stops 50 Cent Fighter Billy Dib in Three Rounds

WBC super featherweight champ Takashi Miura destroyed former champion Billy Dib in Tokyo, Japan. Miura never faced any opposition from Dib who seemed unable to mount any form of sustainable offense as it was all Miura up until the stoppage in the middle of the third round. In the first

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