Last night, AT&T Stadium held the unified welterweight title fight between Errol Spence Jr. and Danny Garcia, and after 12 rounds the defending champion Spence got the unanimous decision win to stay unbeaten. Here are three things that came out from this bout and after it. Spence is still sharp The intrigue going into the fight was if Spence was significantly affected from the car … Continue reading Reaction to Spence-Garcia
The three weight world champion has been waiting to make his debut in the “Sin City” for a while. Naoya Inoue (19-0, 16 KOs) was scheduled to be in Las Vegas in April for a unification bout against WBO champion John Riel Casimero but the COVID-19 pandemic left the Japanese sensation on the shelf for a little while longer. Now he is set to face … Continue reading Inoue and Moloney set for title fight in Las Vegas
The light heavyweight division has it’s share of fighters that can pack a good punch. Unified champion Artur Beterbiev is viewed as the top guy at 175, and his stoppage win over Oleksandr Gvozdyk continued his streak of 15 consecutive KO victories. WBA champion Dmitry Bivol has 11 KO victories out of his 17 fights. Former champion Jean Pascal is also known to have a … Continue reading Smith and Alvarez clash sure to be full of action
Well the days that boxing fans in America have been waiting for have come and gone, as live fight cards returned to America with Top Rank hosting two fights cards – one on Tuesday and one on Thursday. They took place at the Grand Ballroom of the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, and to see the fights in that setting took some getting … Continue reading Top Rank gets back into gear this week – highs and lows
On Saturday night at the Ford Center in Frisco, the WBC Diamond welterweight title was awarded to Mikey Garcia after he received a unanimous decision win over Jessie Vargas. He got back into the winning column after his first loss of his pro career to now unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. in AT&T Stadium almost 12 months ago. Following that win over Vargas, one … Continue reading Garcia beat Vargas…what does that mean?
On Saturday night, the boxing world saw Tyson Fury defeat Deontay Wilder by 7th round stoppage to win the WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight titles. It was a fight where Fury dominated after the knockdown that he scored in the 3rd round. After the fight, Wilder responded by stating that he will most likely ask for a rematch. In the video below, we go through … Continue reading Wilder is in danger
May 5th was supposed to be a big day in Las Vegas. One of the biggest fights of the sport this year was supposed to take place in T-Mobile Arena as the unified middleweight title was going to be on the line with champion Gennady Golovkin having a rematch with Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and see who would come out as the fighter with the highest … Continue reading No fight means a big loss in Vegas