Carlos Caraballo Rodriguez versus Leonardo Baez breakdown

This is a really good fight between exciting prospect Rodriguez who is 13-0 with 13 knockouts and Leonardo Baez who has caused a lot of upsets and is 18-3 with 9 knockouts. Carlos Caraballo Rodriguez is a fighter who’s shown good power so far though has fought limited competition so it’s hard to tell howContinue reading “Carlos Caraballo Rodriguez versus Leonardo Baez breakdown”

Whats next for Jason Moloney, Leonardo Baez plus card?

This was one of the best cards that Top Rank have put on since the pandemic hit in my opinion. It was good on paper and it mostly delivered in the ring as well. The first fight was a low level heavyweight fight between Kingsley Ibeh and Waldo Cortes Acosta. Neither looked like world beatersContinue reading “Whats next for Jason Moloney, Leonardo Baez plus card?”

Jason Moloney versus Leonardo Baez breakdown

Jason Moloney (20-1) will be fighting Leonardo Baez (18-2) over 10 rounds in the Bantamweight division. Moloney’s only loss came in his first shot at a world title versus Emmanuel Rodriguez where he was on the wrong side of a split decision verdict. Baez has had a few early losses with one of them comingContinue reading “Jason Moloney versus Leonardo Baez breakdown”

Examples of why boxers should take opportunities as a B side

This won’t be an extremely long piece as its just something I wanted to get down in writing after I saw a fighter in the schedule on boxrec. The fighter I saw was Leonardo Baez a relatively unknown Mexican fighter that you’d expect to be a B side for a rising prospect. That’s actually whatContinue reading “Examples of why boxers should take opportunities as a B side”