Who should Canelo fight next?

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez made history by becoming the first undisputed super middleweight champion and also the first Mexican to become undisputed. In a good performance he was able to stop Caleb Plant in the 11th round after struggling to get to grips with him early on. This fight marked Canelo’s return to PPV and alsoContinue reading “Who should Canelo fight next?”

Jermall Charlo versus Juan Macias Montiel breakdown

This fight isn’t very good at all in terms of competitiveness but could be a fun fight for two or three rounds before Charlo fully takes over. Jermall Charlo is a lot better technically and should dominate this fight with his jab. Montiel has power but doesn’t offer much more so I don’t expect thisContinue reading “Jermall Charlo versus Juan Macias Montiel breakdown”

5 fighters Jaime Munguia could fight next

I did a list similar to this one last year for Munguia but with the new year and the middleweight division moving around a little bit I’ve decided to do another one. The first fighter Jaime Munguia could fight next realistically is Jermall Charlo. He’s the WBC world champion and I think the fight isContinue reading “5 fighters Jaime Munguia could fight next”

What’s next for the Charlo’s and undercard?

The Charlo double header on Saturday night was likely the biggest card of 2020 and in my eyes it really delivered. The card was stacked with good fights with many of them being important to their respective divisions. John Riel Casimero looked impressive in stopping Duke Micah and showed why so many people want himContinue reading “What’s next for the Charlo’s and undercard?”

Jermall Charlo versus Sergiy Derevyanchenko breakdown

This is the hardest fight for me to predict this weekend as it really is so even and a real 50/50. Jermall Charlo hasn’t been fighting the best competition since moving to 160 due to politics in boxing and hes looked average versus the people he has fought for various reasons. Sergiy Derevyanchenko has beenContinue reading “Jermall Charlo versus Sergiy Derevyanchenko breakdown”