Special guest contributor Tamas Pradarics examines Sunday’s junior flyweight championship unification between Ryoichi Taguchi and Milan Melindo, in Japan.
Tags: boxing, December 31, Edito Villamor, Giovani Segura, Gonzalez-Carbajal, Humberto Gonzalez, IBF junior flyweight title, Ivan Calderon, Japan, Kosei Tanaka, Melindo-Taguchi, Michael Carbajal, Milan Melindo, Ota-City General Gymnasium, preview, Ryoichi Taguchi, Segura-Calderon, Taguchi-Melindo, Tamas Pradarics, THE RING Magazine junior flyweight championship, Tokyo, WBA junior flyweight title
It’s Week 35 of Michael Baca II’s The War Report, featuring a full recap of boxing’s best and what to look forward to in the coming weeks.
Tags: boxing, Daniel Roman, Danny Roman, Japan, Kyoto, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, preview, review, Roman-Kubo, schedule, Shimazu Arena, Shun Kubo, Thompson Boxing Promotions, WBA "regular" junior featherweight title, Week 35
His first major title shot and first trip to Japan come together for Danny Roman, who will face WBA 122-pound titlist Shun Kubo, on September 3, in Kyoto.
Tags: Alex Camponovo, boxing, Danny Roman, Japan, Kubo-Roman, Kyoto, September 3, Shimazu Arena, Shun Kubo, Thompson Boxing Promotions, WBA junior featherweight title, WBA super bantamweight title
Tamas Pradarics shares four ways YOU can save 100 clams on boxing this weekend by eschewing Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor, UCNation!
Tags: Ashikita-gun, August 26, August 27, boxing, California, Carson, Conor McGregor, Cotto-Kamegai, Dulorme-Ugas, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Fox, Fukuhara-Yamanaka, HBO, Japan, Kamegai-Cotto, Kumamoto, Las Vegas, Mayweather Promotions, Mayweather-McGregor, Miguel Cotto, Nacho Beristain, Nevada, preview, Rey Vargas, Ronny Rios, Ryuya Yamanaka, Shiroyama Sky Dome, Showtime Pay-Per-View, StubHub Center, T-Mobile Arena, Tamas Pradarics, Tatsuya Fukuhara, Thomas Dulorme, Ugas-Dulorme, vacant WBO super welterweight title, Vargas-Rios, WBC super bantamweight title, WBO minimumweight title, Yordenis Ugas, Yoshihiro Kamegai
Special guest contributor Tamas Pradarics looks back at Tuesday’s shocking bantamweight championship bout between Shinsuke Yamanaka and Luis Nery.
Tags: Anselmo Moreno, boxing, Gennady Golovkin, Japan, Julius Indongo, Kyoto, Luis Nery, Nery-Yamanaka, results, review, Shimazu Arena, Shinsuke Yamanaka, Tamas Pradarics, Terence Crawford, THE RING Magazine/WBC bantamweight titles, Yoko Gushiken
It’s Week 29 of Michael Baca II’s The War Report, featuring a full recap of boxing’s best and what to look forward to in the coming weeks.
Tags: Antonio Nieves, boxing, Daigo Higa, Hassan N'Dam, Hiroto Kyoguchi, Japan, Japanese boxing, Kazuto Ioka, Ken Shiro, Khalid Yafai, Kosei Tanaka, Luis Nery, Michael Baca II, Miguel Cotto, Mike Baca II, Naoya Inoue, preview, Ryoichi Taguchi, Ryota Murata, Ryuyu Yamanaka, schedule, Shinsuke Yamanaka, Sho Ishida, Sho Kimura, Tatsuya Fukuhara, The War Report, War Report, Week 29, Yoshihiro Kamegai, Yukinori Oguni, Zou Shiming
Just days after his IBF 108-pound title win over Akira Yaegashi, Milan Melindo reflects on the most important win of his career. Tamas Pradarics reports.
Tags: Akira Yaegashi, boxing, Edito Villamor, Edmund Villamor, Franco Aldeguer, IBF light flyweight title, Japan, Melindo-Yaegashi, Michael Aldeguer, Michael Domingo, Milan Melindo, Tamas Pradarics, Tokyo
On Sunday, undefeated WBO 115-pound titlist Naoya Inoue looks to further his legacy with a win over Ricardo Rodriguez in Tokyo. Michael Baca II reports.
Tags: Ariake Colosseum, boxing, Hideyuki Ohashi, Inoue-Rodriguez, Japan, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, Naoya Inoue, Ohashi Gym, Ricardo Rodriguez, Roman Gonzalez, Tokyo, WBO super flyweight title
On Sunday, Milan Melindo gets his third shot at the brass ring when he faces IBF 108-pound titlist Akira Yaegashi in Tokyo, Japan. Tamas Pradarics reports.
Tags: Akira Yaegashi, Ariake Colosseum, boxing, IBF junior flyweight title, Japan, May 21, Milan Melindo, Tamas Pradarics, Tokyo, Yaegashi-Melindo
After a 17-month absence from boxing, former two-division titlist Brian Viloria returns to make one last run at a championship. Steve Kim reports.
Tags: Brian Viloria, Gary Gittelsohn, Japan, Mr. Akihiko Honda, Ruben Montoya, steve kim, super flyweight, Teiken Promotions, Tokyo
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