Berlanga takes on Ulises Sierra December 12th

Super middleweight contender Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanga (15-0, 15 KOs) will have his third fight in the year as he will be fighting Ulises Sierra (15-1-2, 9 KOs) on the December 12th fight card headlined by Shakur Stevenson facing Toka Clary in Las Vegas. Berlanga has been one of the stories in the sport this year as he has continued his streak of first … Continue reading Berlanga takes on Ulises Sierra December 12th

Shakur Stevenson will battle Toka Clary on December 12th in Las Vegas

The former WBO featherweight champion wants to close out 2020 with a statement to the rest of the super featherweight division. After getting the world title at 126, Shakur Stevenson (14-0, 8 KOs) will have his second fight at 130 pounds, going up against Toka Khan Clary (28-2, 19 KOs) on December 12th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Stevenson was planning to start … Continue reading Shakur Stevenson will battle Toka Clary on December 12th in Las Vegas

Intentional headbutts lead to DQ victory for Herring

WBO super featherweight champion Jamel “Semper Fi” Herring was waiting for months to have his fight against Jonathan Oquendo after having it pushed back twice due to positive COVID-19 tests. On Saturday night, the champion tried to have an impressive performance and gain momentum towards a fight with Carl Frampton. Oquendo’s tactics prevented that from happening. After having a point deducted in the fifth round … Continue reading Intentional headbutts lead to DQ victory for Herring

Third time the charm? Herring is eager for his title defense

It has been a crazy few months for the WBO super featherweight champion. Jamel Herring will be defending his title against Jonathan Oquendo on Saturday and he has gone through a few obstacles to get to this point. The fight was originally scheduled in June but before Herring reached Las Vegas, he tested positive for COVID-19. He went through the quarantine process and after a … Continue reading Third time the charm? Herring is eager for his title defense

Ramirez slips by Postol to retain titles

It took some work over the course of twelve rounds, but the champion from Avenal California got through it. Jose Carlos Ramirez retained the WBC and WBO super lightweight titles with a majority decision win over former WBC champion Viktor Postol with scores of 114-114, 115-113 and 116-112. Ramirez is now 26-0 and Postol falls to 31-3 after coming into the bout with a two … Continue reading Ramirez slips by Postol to retain titles

Valdez takes out Velez, now ready for Berchelt

Former WBO featherweight world champion Oscar Valdez scored a 10th round stoppage victory over Jayson Velez to stay unbeaten and now he looks ahead to a fight with WBC super featherweight champion Miguel Berchelt later this year. After the fight with Velez he talks about how he stayed patient and what may be in store in a fight with Berchelt. Continue reading Valdez takes out Velez, now ready for Berchelt

Takam beats Forrest by decision

For Carlos Takam, it was an opportunity to be in a main event on a televised card in short notice. He accepted it and made the most out of that opportunity. Takam defeated Jerry Forrest by unanimous decision to improve his record to 39-5-1. He got scores of 96-94, 97-93, and 98-92 over Forrest, who was originally scheduled to fight Jarrell Miller but Miller tested … Continue reading Takam beats Forrest by decision

Saucedo gets the decision over Frederickson

Former world title contender Alex Saucedo went into Las Vegas to continue the trail to get back in title contention. After the fight on Tuesday, he seems that he is well on his way. Saucedo improved his record to 30-1 with a unanimous decision over Sonny Frederickson at the MGM Grand Ballroom with scores of 100-90, 99-91 and 98-92. Over the course of ten rounds, … Continue reading Saucedo gets the decision over Frederickson