In my view, there is absolutely no way he would be GGG or Canelo...... he gets hit toooo much.... and hasn’t faced anyone who hits as hard as they do with the skills they possess. #Boxing#Canelo#GGG#160#MiddleWeight#DAZN
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Over the weekend Wichita held One of the biggest boxing events in Kansas and just wanted to give a huge shout to @ivanthegr8_1 for hooking up @nicomhernandez for his fight. And our Barber Angel Alfarez for cleaning up @bigbabymiller appreciate you guys stopping in🙏🙏🔥🔥🔥🔥 #barbershopconnect#wichitakansas#wichitabarber#beard#boxing#dazn
Jarrell Miller had a slow time getting out of the gate, but eventually caught up to Bogdan Dinu to score a fourth-round knockout win Saturday night. Dinu, an unbeaten but untested Romanian, got off to a quick start against Miller, boxing behind his jab and circling to the middle of the ring to bank away points. All of that was erased in the fourth when Miller (23-0-1, 20 knockouts), who is nearly two pounds lighter than his fight last month against Tomasz Adamek at 315 1/4 pounds, caught up to the 237 1/4-pound Dinu. A right hand to the body opened up a right uppercut-left hook combination reminiscent of Mike Tyson, dropping Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs) for the first time in his career. Dinu rose up at the count of nine but went right back down from an overhand right, “I knew once I started applying the pressure and get my footing down, I’ll get him,” said Miller, 30, of Brooklyn, N.Y., who said he’d had a cold since he arrived in Kansas for the fight. The win was Miller’s third of 2018 and second straight on the DAZN platform, which is operated by Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing. Miller, rated No. 9 by The Ring at heavyweight, named just about everyone under the championship level as potential opponents, recognizing that there’s a lot of business being sorted out at the top. “We want AJ (Anthony Joshua) but AJ is a little busy. If Dillian Whyte gets past Dereck Chisora (on December 22), I’d like one of them,” said Miller, whose subsequent mention of Trevor Bryan (20-0, 14 KOs) of Schenectady, N.Y., is likely the first time many have heard of him." “I think it’s about time I knock out a Brit. The Brits are the top of the list just as me and Deontay (Wilder) is; we’re the two undefeated guys on the American side. Deontay is fighting a Brit; he’s been calling out AJ, but Tyson (Fury) stepped up. If I can’t get AJ, I’d like the next guy — Dillian Whyte, Dereck Chisora, even a David Allen or David Price.” News Credit: The RING
Tremendous day today in San Diego with Triple Crown Winner Victor Espinoza and renowned trainer Jose “Chepo” Reynoso! #GoldenBoyPromotions#CaneloRocky#DAZN @GoldenBoyBoxing @EspinozaVictor @GabeRivas03
Shoutout to @__themagician Anthony Sims Jr. for bringing awareness to mental health and for being a champion to all those who suffer with mental issues everyday. Sims won his fight on @dazn_usa with a 2nd round knockout and can expect him to return in the very near future. *** Even if you feel like you're down and out. We fight on. We don't give up. We take the hits that life gives and and we keep moving forward fight fam. ✊🥊 #anthonysimsjr#dazn#mentalhealthawareness
Two of America's most popular women boxers earned big wins last night.
Claressa Shields was in Kansas where she retained her IBF/WBA middleweight world titles, while adding the WBC middleweight world title. She is now 7-0.
Seniesa Estrada was in Mexico where she won her first professional belt, the WBC Silver Light Flyweight title, and is now 15-0.