Fighting in his third weight class in as many fights, Rances Barthelemy showed no signs of any growing pains at all. And after an impressive walk over Antonio DeMarco on Father’s Day at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, that could be a scary proposition for the rest of the 140-pound division.
Wale Omotoso’s American debut initially was an inauspicious one.
It was a small gesture from a large man, a relationship born over a pack of bubble gum.
Wale Omotoso is nicknamed “Lucky Boy” for good reason.
Sammy Vasquez Jr. wants to know if he can leap from an 1,150-foot building.
When Sammy Vasquez Jr. first turned pro, his father used to hand-deliver tickets to his son’s fights to the homes of anyone who wanted them.
All boxers know combat, but Sammy Vasquez Jr. is talking about that of a different kind, the kind waged on bitterly contested streets in place of canvas, the kind where bullets supplant fists.
Rances “Kid Blast” Barthelemy is ready to detonate once again when he meets fellow former world champion Antonio DeMarco at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on June 21.