Entering the late stages of a competitive, action-packed fight with a vacant 135-pound world title at stake, Robert Easter Jr. and Richard Commey upped the ante in a thrilling three minutes that brought out the best in both men.
What’s better than a fight between two undefeated boxers vying for their first world championship? A fight that goes to the 12th and final round with said world championship still up for grabs.
With a 135-pound world championship at stake, Robert Easter Jr. fought the final three minutes against Richard Commey as if everything was on the line. Turns out that was the case.
The paths of Robert Easter Jr. and Richard Commey are converging after originating in different parts of the world, but only one fighter will be able to continue on his way with an unblemished record and a world championship.
To prepare for his first shot at a world championship, Robert Easter Jr. brought everything back to where it all began.
Last summer, Daniel Jacobs and Sergio Mora gave fight fans two thrilling rounds of action, but the bout really didn't come to a natural resolution. Both men intend to settle that score in about a month.