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All articles by Teodoro Medina Reynoso
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Displaying articles 1 to 10.Casimero KO Victim Gives Scares to Ex Unified 122 Lbs Champ Danny Roman
Tue, 18 May 2021
Ricardo Espinoza (R) went up against Danny Roman.
Recently we got somewhat a gauge of how Johnriel Casimero would fare if he moves up in weight to the super bantamweight through a former Mexican knockout victim of him
Carl Jammes Martin Barges Into Locked and Loaded 122 Lbs Rating
Mon, 17 May 2021
Carl Jammes Martin (C).
Youthful Ifugao boxing prodigy Carl Jammes Martin has finally made it into the locked and loaded super bantamweight world rating coming jn at #15 in the latest ranking of the World
Manny and Canelo Could Have Fought Ten Years Ago But...
Thu, 13 May 2021
Manny Pacquiao was among the very first personalities who greeted Saul Canelo Alvarez in his recent victory over Billy Joe Saunders that put him just one title shy of overall domination of the super middleweight class.
Mexico Has Semi Stake in Taylor-Ramirez Unification
Wed, 12 May 2021
Although he is already an American being born and raised in California, Jose Ramirez is of full Mexican stock, his parents both from South of the border.
By virtue of this, Mexico has some stake in his forthcom
USA Has The Number But Mexico Has More Quality Boxing Champions
Tue, 11 May 2021
The US still tops in the number of reigning world professional boxing titleholders but Mexico has more quality, enduring champions holding even multiple titles in more than a division.
Led by ethnic Dominican unified WB
Canelo Deserves P4P Top Rating But List is Overdue for Shakeup
Mon, 10 May 2021
With his recent 8th round stoppage win over erstwhile WBO super middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders, Saul Canelo Alvarez deserves every bit of his billing as the numero uno pound for pound fighte
A Sad Tale of Two Boxers (Second of Two Parts)
Fri, 07 May 2021
Two fighters who at the start of the last decade were proclaimed as best prospects to not only win world titles but become new boxing stars are facing an ignominious end to their careers, one after a
A Sad Tale of Two Boxers (First of Two Parts)
Thu, 06 May 2021
Figueroa (L) catches a right from Ramos.
Two fighters who at the start of the last decade were proclaimed as best prospects to not only win world titles but become new boxing stars are facing an ignominious end to the
Boxing Doing Fine Because of Fighters' Currency, Relevance
Mon, 03 May 2021
There is a saying that goes: Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
But then, in contrast, there is also a saying that goes: Out of sight out of mind.
I wonder what of these two holds true especially speaking of Manny Pacquia
Saunders Aiming for More Than Just Super Middle Titles vs Canelo
Sun, 02 May 2021
The 2010s can be called as the British or UK Era of Boxing.
The United Kingdom produced about two dozen world boxing champions in the last ten years where there were years it topped those of the US, Mexico and Ja