Edwin Rodriguez has said he believes he got a sneak preview five months ago of how to attack Thomas Williams Jr. when the 175-pounders meet on April 30. Williams' response: Consider the feeling mutual.
Edwin Rodriguez got a preview of things to come on a television in his locker room at the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi, before his 175-pound clash with Michael Seals in November.
Not even half a minute in, and Edwin Rodriguez was thinking game over against Michael Seals on November 13 in Biloxi, Mississippi.
We’re not gonna lie to you: We didn’t go out searching for 12 drummers drumming or 10 lords a leaping, let alone six geese a laying. (Although if anyone knows where to find eight maids a milking, please give us a shout.)
Pop quiz time: What were there more of on Friday night’s Spike TV Premier Boxing Champions broadcast from Biloxi, Mississippi: Rounds of boxing, knockdowns or fur boots abandoned mid-fight?
Trainer Ronnie Shields wasn’t nervous after Edwin Rodriguez was knocked down by Michael Seals for the first time in the first round. After all, Rodriguez had already dropped Seals himself, so this was just a little tit-for-tat.
Edwin Rodriguez focused on handing yet another fighter his first loss when he takes on Michael Seals
Edwin Rodriguez is talking about the psyche of an undefeated fighter: It’s a thing devoid of horizons and limits, ceilings and borders, a great expanse of even greater expectations where a man looks in the mirror and sees a lion. And that’s where Rodriguez comes in, to make his fists the fence posts that corral all those dreams.
Beyond the 19 victories—and 14 knockouts—there’s one statistic that stands out on Michael Seals’ résumé: He’s been so efficient that he’s never had to fight more than six rounds.