Tonight’s ESPN+ stream, live from Fresno, California will feature two 115-pound title defenses. Will this card set the stage for a unification bout later?
Tonight marks the first time a Filipino champion faces a compatriot in a title defense and it all happens in Fresno, California, on ESPN+.
As long as boxing exists, there is a Square Jungle in which it resides. And in this Jungle, Carlos Acevedo rules with an iron keyboard and a wit to match.
On Friday, in Tokyo, Japan, Jamie McDonnell and Naoya Inoue squared off for McDonnell’s WBA “regular” bantamweight title, via stream, on the new ESPN+ app.
On Saturday night, IBF junior bantamweight titlist Jerwin Ancajas looks to make the fifth successful defense of his title. Bill Tibbs reports.
On Wednesday night, Golden Boy Promotions and the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation got together to host a special four-fight card in Santa Monica, California.
Having left 115 pounds for tentatively more fruitful opportunities at bantamweight, unbeaten two-division titlist Naoya Inoue faces Jamie McDonnell on Friday.
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