Miguel Cruz had to see it for himself, and what he saw he didn’t like. With remote in hand, he sat at the edge of his seat, pulling back, leaning forward and going through all the gyrations he knows he should have done as he watched the replay of his January fight against southpaw Alex Martin.
Some fights are so good that they deserve a second act.
There is a youth movement in boxing, spearheaded by a group of champions and contenders who are showing old-school grit and a willingness to go anywhere and fight anyone to get to the top.
Eddie Ramirez entered his second career main event looking to accomplish two things: remain undefeated and treat the fans to another action-packed performance. He ended up nailing one of those goals—but thankfully for Ramirez, it was the most important one.
Undefeated prospect Eddie Ramirez has taken no easy outs in his climb toward a potential world title shot, but battle-tested Erick Bone plans on bringing his unblemished ascent to a halt.
This week in boxing history, PBC celebrates a quintet of pulse-raising championship bouts, including the first heavyweight to regain the world title, a monumental heavyweight title rematch, a knockout performance by “Smokin’ Joe,” a star-studded welterweight showdown and a lightweight slugfest in extreme heat.