Boxing Returns to Japan in July

Boxing Returns to Japan in July

Boxing Returns to Japan in July; Top Fighters are Ready   By Yuriko Miyata   Since the JPBA Japan Professional Boxing Association and JBC Japan […]

New York’s Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa

New York’s Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa

Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa   By Felipe Leon   Former WBA super middleweight champion Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa (12-2, 7KO) of Lindenhurst, New York, might have thought her toughest […]

Mikaela Mayer and Helen Joseph are Anxious to Perform Next Week

Mikaela Mayer and Helen Joseph are Anxious to Perform Next Week

Mikaela Mayer and Helen Joseph Ready to Perform for the World   By David A. Avila Prizefighting returns to the boxing arena with top American […]

Mexico’s Alejandra “Fenix” Ayala

Mexico’s Alejandra “Fenix” Ayala

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Best of the British Isles – Katie Taylor, Terri Harper and More

Best of the British Isles – Katie Taylor, Terri Harper and More

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Boxing Returns to Japan in July

Written by: Yuriko Miyata

Boxing Returns to Japan in July; Top Fighters are Ready   By Yuriko Miyata   Since the JPBA Japan Professional Boxing Association and JBC Japan Boxing Commission decided to suspend shows at the end of February due to the COVID19 spread, boxing will resume with some conditions for safety: the events will be closed to the public but after a four-month long closure it reboots wi...

New York’s Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa

Written by: Felipe Leon

Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa   By Felipe Leon   Former WBA super middleweight champion Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa (12-2, 7KO) of Lindenhurst, New York, might have thought her toughest fight to date was her last.  Last January, Napoleon-Espinosa lost a razor-thin decision against undefeated Elin Cederoos (8-0, 4KO) of Sweden live on Showtime.   The back-and-forth affair set ...

Mikaela Mayer and Helen Joseph are Anxious to Perf...

Written by: David A. Avila

Mikaela Mayer and Helen Joseph Ready to Perform for the World   By David A. Avila Prizefighting returns to the boxing arena with top American super featherweight Mikaela Mayer tangling with the always dangerous Helen “Iron Lady” Joseph. Fans won’t be allowed to watch in person at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday June 9, but can watch the Top Rank show live on ES...

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Boxing Returns to Japan in July

Boxing Returns to Japan in July; Top Fighters are Ready   By Yuriko Miyata   Since the JPBA Japan Professional Boxing Association and JBC Japan Boxing Commission decided to suspend shows at the end of February due to the COVID19 spread, boxing will resume with some conditions for safety: the events will be closed to the public but after a four-month long closure it reboots wi...

New York’s Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa

Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa   By Felipe Leon   Former WBA super middleweight champion Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa (12-2, 7KO) of Lindenhurst, New York, might have thought her toughest fight to date was her last.  Last January, Napoleon-Espinosa lost a razor-thin decision against undefeated Elin Cederoos (8-0, 4KO) of Sweden live on Showtime.   The back-and-forth affair set ...