By Tom Donelson / Member Boxing Writers Association ofAmerica (BWAA)
Jermell Charlo fought Brian Carlos Castano for four junior middleweight / super welterweight belts, WBC, WBA, WBO, and IBF. Their previous bout ended in a split decision draw as Castano dominated most of the half of that fight and Charlo took control of the last half. Judges had Charlo winning the last three rounds of their first match which allowed the draw.
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By Tom Donelson / Author and Respected Contributor to www.dmboxing.com Since 2008 / Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA)
The Kentucky Derby saw an 80 to 1 shot win as Rich Strike came from nowhere to win. In Las Vegas, the heavily favored Canelo Alvarez found himself in a struggle against Dmitry Bivol and just as Rich Strike broke the bank, so did Bivol.
Alvarez has not lost a fight since he lost to Floyd Mayweather in 2013 and his goal was to add more belts to his trophy room as Bivol’s WBA light heavyweight title was on the line. Bivol had not lost a fight in his career but in his 18-fight professional career, he had not fought someone in Alvarez’s class.
I would like to say THANK YOU to David Contreras II and Dave Trujillo from Rolling With The Punches TV for hosting me to be a special guest to speak on their channel (live on May 1, 2022) show … it was simply an honor and my pleasure 다운로드.
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Al Nelson (Boxing
Millie Robinson (3rd Wife of Sugar Ray Robinson)
Jay Tunney (Son of Gene
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By Tom Donelson / Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA)
Tyson Fury easily beat Dillan Whyte as he ended the fight with a right-hand uppercut. I look at the 21at century and while this may be heretic to many boxer historians but since 2000, we have seen three great heavyweights. Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko dominated the division from 2004 to 2015 and Fury since 2015 has been the best heavyweight cython 다운로드.
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Fury won the second fight easily simply dominating the fight from the opening rounds to TKO victory in seventh round before they concluded their trilogy with one of the better heavyweight fights as Fury put Wilder down in third round, tenth and in the eleventh-round while Wilder put Fury down twice in the fourth round and almost won the fight right there. Fury came through with an eleventh-round stoppage. His fight with Whyte was a typical Fury as he out boxed Whyte easily. He connected more than double punches than Whyte and Whyte only connected on 17 percent of his shots. He connected mostly air when attacking Fury and Fury was more accurate with his punches, in particular his power shots. Fury greatness may depend upon cleaning out the rest of the division, but despite missing three years of his prime to personal problems, he is now the king of the heavyweight.
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