Looking back at the match between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones

The statistics from the statisticians showed that the draw of the match between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr was a friendly decision.

Combining in the re-ring battle, Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr brought back the Frontline Battle Championship belt and huge bonus. This is considered a happy result for both sides when the match does not have a knockout, going through 8 halves of 2 minutes with continuous attacks from two legends.

However, the insider is Roy Jones Jr as well as some serious audience rating the match: Mike Tyson is the winner if you look at the numbers of the match.

Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr went home with their belts

According to the reputable statistics site Compubox and EPSN Ringside, a synthesis from the judges showed that Mike Tyson surpassed Roy Jones in every attack including front poke, heavy attack, and attack rate.

Specifically, Mike Tyson has a total of 67 hit targets, of which 10 punches before (jab) and 57 powerful punches. The “Captain Hook” Roy Jones side is more modest with the number 37 (9-28).

For those who are watching live can also see, most situations come from Mike Tyson proactively attack and hit the ribs more effectively.

Anyway, the match between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr is just a show, the results of winning or losing are not so important to anyone. However, the development, as well as the specific numbers, have proved that Mike Tyson’s attempt to return to the ring has been paid off with a worthy performance.

Entering this match, Mike said he had lost nearly 100lbs (equivalent to 45kg), months of practice with special health improvement therapies.

The 54-year-old legendary boxer also said he will continue to promote similar performances to use bonuses for charity, helping friends, and inspire people.


The journey from the street to the boxing ring of Manny Pacquiao (Part 2)

However, in May 2009, American international Timothy defeated Manny after 12 rounds with a score of 115 – 113 narrowly. Thousands of fans watched and Manny’s loss was deemed unfair by both fans and critics and it was he who should win.

Manny Pacquiao’s kicks, quick pokes, and amazing speed are the things that make fans love him. Besides,his gentle smile and charm even more popular with the public. In 2003, he was voted Filipina of the Year, surpassing both President Gloria Macapagal Aroyo and “Gladiator of the decade” in the 2000s by the Boxing Writers Association in America.

In February 2015, the historic battle between Manny Pacquiao and unbeaten gladiator Floyd Mayweather at the MGM Grand Garden arena attracted record viewers both live and on television. Although a right shoulder injury was still raging, Manny kept up with Floyd’s attacks. However, his ineffective and consistent punches dropped his score to 57-6-2.

Manny Pacquiao’s kicks, quick pokes, and amazing speed are the things that make fans love him

Political and entertainment career

In 2007, Pacquiao participated for the first time in a political race towards a position on the Philippine People’s Council but lost to Darlene Antonio-Custodio and returned to being a boxer. Two years later, Manny joined the People’s Advocacy faction and became a delegate for her hometown Sarangani in May 2010 and continued her second term 3 years later.

Besides boxing and politics, Manny Pacquiao also showed off her singing skills with 2 albums and other collaborative songs. He also acted in several films and starred in the sitcom series Show Me, Da Manny, from 2009 to 2011. In early 2015, Manny, a documentary about his own life was released in America.

Personal life

Manny Pacquiao’s wife, Jinkee, was elected deputy mayor of Sarangani in 2013. They have 5 children together as of now.


Above is the journey from the street to the boxing ring of the talented boxer Manny Pacquiao.


Top 3 boxing athletes that have the most powerful punches

KO plays always bring enthusiasm to the audience. And Boxing has many legends with a huge force to contribute to the beautiful KO phase.

1. Ron Lyle

Ron Lyle was a martial artist in the golden age of heavy boxing – the 70s. It can be said that he was the best fighter among those who could not get their hands on the championship.

Victims who endured his blows include Muhammad Ali. Ali easily displayed superior technique and speed when playing against Ron Lyle. However, whenever he was hit by an opponent, Mahammad Ali was really stunned.

But the most worthy match of Ron Lyle must mention a mighty battle between him and George Foreman – a puncher also has terrible power. The battle between these powerful punching machines is one of the most glorious heavyweight battles of all time.

Although Wladimir Klitschko is a technically pruned puncher, the power of his right hand is still truly frightening. The nickname “Dr. Hammer of Steel” also has a reason.

Wladimir Klitschko often entered the game with a slow pace, he also never tried to search for KO so that he was in a situation of unnecessary attack. But 53 KO games out of a total of 64 wins is too much for a technical puncher.

2. Gerry Cooney

Larry Holmes vs Gerry Cooney was a fiery battle between monsters. Cooney suffered the first loss of his career through a TKO from Larry Holmes. Sadly, after that match, Cooney was no longer himself.

Larry Holmes vs Gerry Cooney was a fiery battle between monsters

However, keep in mind that he defeated Ken Norton and Ron Lyle in just one round before coming to Larry Holmes. His moves are usually blown and left hooks to his stomach.

3. Joe Luis

Perhaps very few people today have come across the name Joe Luis. Although Luis retired more than 60 years ago, this legendary name still has punches worth learning. Joe Luis held the heavyweight championship for 12 years with 25 successful belt defenses.

Joe Luis’ right-hand shots always carry a formidable force. The counter phases are well timing or the intentional attacks are set up in advance. All of them serve a single purpose – to get his right fist in the face of an opponent.


The journey to become a professional boxer of Manny Pacquiao (Part 1)

Manny’s real name is Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao, was born on December 17, 1978, in Kibawe, a region famous for poverty and violence in the province of Mindanao, Philippines. As the 4th child in a family of 6 siblings, his parents divorced when he was in grade 6, Manny was very independent and smart since childhood.

After discovering his pet dog was killed by his father and because he had to drop out of school at the age of 14 due to poverty, he decided to leave home and board the train to Manila hoping to start a professional boxing career.

Manny entered the national amateur boxing team of the Philippines and played 64 matches before starting her professional boxing career. When he was 16 years old on January 22, 1995, for the first time entering the professional arena, Manny won all four rounds against rival Edmund Ignacio

Professional boxing athlete

In December 1998, Pacquiao defeated rival Chatchai Sasakul from Thailand to win the World Boxing Council award – the first championship. Moving into a higher weight category, he scored a knockout point for six consecutive rounds against Lehlo Ledwaba in 2001 and won the Teen Internation Boxing Federation title. He then went on to win the world championships in a total of 8 different weight classes.

In December 2008, in the semi-mid-weight category, Manny Pacquiao once again won the championship after 8 victories against American rival Oscar De La Hoya. Matches bring in $ 70 from paid viewers to watch matches – the broadcast form of most matches Manny participates in.

He then defeated British boxing star Ricky Hatton in 2009 with a knock-out in the second round and won the junior The Ring championship in the semi-mid tier. In November of the same year, after the first 12 rounds, Manny once again won the World Boxing Organization and held the title in the next year’s mark.


The $365-million boxing star recklessly competes with a much bigger opponent

Canelo Alvarez recklessly competes with a heavyweight puncher, 1m93 tall and 20kg heavier.

Canelo Alvarez is considered one of the best champions in boxing today. Famous for his ability to create skillful sequences of attacks, easily overwhelm opponents and defeat KOs. With powerful punches and speed coupled with precise attacks. Canelo has defeated a series of heavyweight opponents throughout his career.

Mexican boxers themselves have achieved many impressive achievements. The most impressive win is the one against Gennady Golovkin in 2018.

Canelo Alvarez is currently the fighter with the most expensive contract in martial arts history with an amount of up to 365 million USD. Signing such an expensive contract with the media outlet DAZN, but in 2020, the Mexican puncher has not played a match, which makes both sides unhappy about each other.

Alvarez has perfect dodge against heavy boxers

Alvarez did not want that and his contracting unit (DAZN) did not want this fighter to stop playing for too long, but the Covid-19 pandemic caused things to stall. Without playing, “Canelo” still has to maintain his fitness by going to the practice room regularly, in addition to training with his coach, he recently recklessly competed against a heavyweight puncher.

Canelo Alvarez vs Frank Sanchez

Recently, the Mexican puncher shared the clip on the radio with Frank Sanchez, a Cuban boxer, 1m93 tall, weighing 102kg. As the world champion of 4 weight classes, Alvarez’s weight ranges from 75 to 80kg (1m75 high), which means that in the last match, Mexican boxers fought 18cm taller, heavier 20kg.

Completely inferior in shape, Alvarez still played fair. The uploaded clip shows that Alvarez has a perfect dodge, before launching an attack on the ribs, causing the opponent to back into the corner of the defense station.

This match reminds the audience of the memorable victory of David Haye, a smaller boxer against giant Nikolai Valuev in 2009. Canelo Alvarez still maintains his fitness most professionally, but he has yet to find his next opponent and fans may not see him play in 2020.


Manny Pacquiao confirmed taking the fighting offer with Conor McGregor in 2021

Official information is given from Manny Pacquiao’s office, the match will be exactly as Conor revealed.

Recently, the news that Conor McGregor will be standing with the Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao has received great attention from the boxing fans. However, some are still skeptical because this is just a unilateral announcement from Conor McGregor. However, Manny Pacquiao’s confirmation from the congressman’s office denied any doubts.

Manny Pacquiao confirmed the match with Conor McGregor

In a series of statuses on personal Twitter, Conor McGregor revealed the match will take place in the Middle East. The Irish star also appeared in a boxing training video with his head neatly shaved, a sign that he had ended his vacation with the mess in France.

Manny Pacquiao confirmed the match with Conor McGregor

With the management company Paradigm Sports Management and the executive Audie Attar, the match between the two fighting martial arts superstars is expected to be quickly signed without any problems.

As can be seen, the match between Pacquiao and Conor besides attracting the public’s attention is also a charitable effect for individuals who are struggling with the COVID-19 epidemic. Contrary to a “pure entertainment” match like Conor vs. Mayweather, this is a very good way for the 2 stars to promote their matches.

In the most recent broadcast in 2019, Manny Pacquiao overcame Keith Thurman to win the WBA (Super) Welterweight title. On Conor’s side, he also defeated Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 with a knockout of just 40 seconds.

Manny Pacquiao signed with the management company Conor McGregor

Manny Pacquiao recently posted on Twitter a picture of a new contract signed with Paradigm Sports, which is managing Conor McGregor.

Manny Pacquiao has signed a promotional contract with Paradigm Sports, the company that is managing Conor McGregor. It is worth mentioning that not long ago, Manny Pacquiao denied signing a contract with this company.

Last month, Pacquiao and McGregor “listened” to each other about a boxing match somewhere in the Middle East. McGregor wrote on Twitter that his next match will be with Manny Pacquiao. However, the current former UFC two-division champion is also considering a match with Dustin Poirier before 2020 ends.

Manny Pacquiao signed with Paradigm Sports

Looks like Manny Pacquiao is thinking of a big bonus and an easy match against Conor McGregor. Anyway, Manny Pacquiao is very busy with politics in her homeland of the Philippines, just as this legend needs a large budget to race for the presidency in the future.

A money match with Conor McGregor would probably be a reasonable choice for Manny Pacquiao at the moment.


Dana White advised Tyrone Woodley to consider retiring

Tyron Woodley’s slumping performance in 3 consecutive defeats is the reason why Dana White’s chairman advised him to think about leaving the ring.

Kamaru Usman, Gilbert Burns and most recently Colby Covington, Tyron Woodley’s three consecutive defeats showed that the former champion was no longer able to compete with the top fists of the weight class.

Despite being expected a lot when reuniting with teammate Jorge Masvidal before the match, Tyron Woodley could not find the explosion, precision and initiative as before. Proof is that in all 4 rounds, he let Covington play overwhelmingly in all aspects of strategy. This can be considered one of the most noticeably fierce boxing matches recently.

Losing to Colby Covington by TKO due to a rib injury, this was the first time Tyron Woodley ended his career at UFC. A milestone shows that “The Choosen One” is no longer as impenetrable as before.

Tyron Woodley completely outperformed an all-out Colby Covington

In this situation, UFC President Dana White must also admit, Tyron Woodley should consider his next move.

Tyron Woodley’s painful expression from a rib injury in the fifth half.

Although not officially stated, however, it can be seen that Tyron Woodley’s chances of staying at UFC are very slim. If lucky to be awarded one more match, the 38-year-old boxer will need a very convincing comeback because in the current situation, the Welterweight weight class is witnessing a lot of young and comprehensive talent than him.

After Tyron Woodley, Dana White plans to retire for Cowboy Cerrone

The draw against Donald Cerrone’s Niko Price at Fight Night 178 could be an unexpected result for the insiders themselves. When “Cowboy” did not show overwhelming opponents and even suffered more severe attacks.

After the match, president Dana White supported this result, but perhaps Cowboy’s slowdown caused him to question that is Cowboy still suitable at the UFC?

In the last 5 matches, Cowboy Cerrone did not win once – the worst achievement in his career. Through the time of guarding the gate in 2 weight classes for too long, it will be difficult for UFC to rank Cowboy with opponents too easily. Even when the chance to regain the defeat against a Pettis is not the same as before, “Cowboy” can not grasp.

Having had 3 consecutive defeats and still being given the chance to play by UFC, it can be seen that Dana White has been very generous with Cowboy.


Deontay Wilder still maintains the No. 1 contender position at WBC

Despite experiencing a defeat by KO/TKO earlier this year, Deontay Wilder remains the No. 1 contender of heavyweight WBC.

In early 2020, Deontay Wilder lost the heavy WBC championship belt to Tyson Fury after 7 completely overwhelmed matches. Then, WBC had to see temporary heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte defeated by Alexander Povetkin in the fifth half. In less than 6 months, the heavy WBC had 2 changes in heavyweight.

However, contrary to Dillian Whyte, who fell to 5th place after the last defeat, Deontay Wilder remains the number one contender. This is good news for fans of heavyweight boxing.

Despite the defeat at the beginning of this year, Deontay Wilder still holds the No. 1 position in the WBC rankings

Because, when Dillian Whyte fails, this means that Tyson Fury is not obliged to defend the title against Dillian Whyte anymore and is likely to rematch soon with Deontay Wilder. The WBC only promised Whyte a title if he won, but promised nothing more to Alexander Povetkin.

According to originally planned, Deontay Wilder will have the opportunity to revenge against Tyson Fury on December 19 this year. This is also said to be a prerequisite match for one of the current 3 heavyweight pillars (Joshua, Fury, Wilder) to stand together.

Even Tyson Fury once frankly vowed to rematch with Deontay Wilder at any cost to prove he was the best. Hopefully, the rematch between the two heavyweight stars will quickly be signed.

Tyson Fury is only interested in the competition of Deontay Wilder

The only thing that mattered to the defending WBC champion was his third rematch with Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder and nothing else.

Many people want “Gypsy King” to face other opponents such as defending champion Anthony Joshua, but Fury wants to settle his grudge with Wilder. It seems that after two games the result of one draw and one win is not enough for Tyson Fury. Fury wanted a third match to end the fight between the two boxers.


Phil Davis won a close score against Lyoto Machida at Bellator 245

Continuing with a “slow but steady” game Phil Davis shows that his attack is still a match for a striker like Machida.

Leading Bellator 245, Phil Davis meets Lyoto Machida in Light-Heavyweight after 7 years. At the last meeting at the UFC, Phil Davis won the Brazilian puncher, Lyoto Machida, with his ability to wrestle and control the situation skillfully.

Understand each other’s game, however, at the age of 42, it is difficult for Lyoto Machida to change any style of 5 against a certain Phil Davis.

Persistent with the famous Wrestling – the weapon that helped himself survive many strong opponents, Phil Davis continued to put Machida in a difficult position when he could not use his Karate forte.

Highlight a situation where Phil Davis uses wrestling to counter Machida

Although the gameplay was somewhat boring and put the game to a standstill, it was enough for Davis to get a close second win over Machida. After 3 rounds, two boxers launched less than 60 effective attacks.

However, passing at Bellator 245 also helped Phil Davis create a series of 3 consecutive wins. The American puncher aims to revenge two champions /former champions, Vadim Nemkov and Ryan Bader. In the previous two encounters, both Nemkov and Bader got only one split decision from Davis.

Lyoto Machida was cautious before Phil Davis reunited at Bellator 245

Although there is no official title battle, this event has received attention by the names of elders in the MMA world. In particular, the main match between Lyoto Machida and Phil Davis is attracting the most attention.

Seven years ago, Lyoto Machida and Phil Davis went head-to-head at UFC 163. Davis’s Wrestling style at the time gave him a close win against a Brazilian, even though it was seen as a victory. not very impressed.

Lyoto Machida and Phil Davis fought at UFC 163 in 2013

After 7 years, both Machida and Davis are no longer at the top, their skills have not changed too much. This is also the reason why Machida believes he should be careful about his opponent’s annoying game.

Machida is cautious but about the reunion of his old opponent

Joining Bellator in 2018, Lyoto Machida has gone through 3 matches (2 wins – 1 loss). Although he turned 42, he still performed well in front of younger fighters like Rafael Carvalho or defending champion Gegard Mousasi.


UFC is scheduled to host the match “BMF” Jorge Masvidal vs Nate Diaz 2

The announcement of the rematch between the two boxers who won the “Baddest Motherf ** ker” title was revealed by President Dana White.

Since mid-2019, the return of Nate Diaz – a famous puncher with a “Gypsy” style has led UFC to the idea of ​​an iconic belt, “Baddest Motherfucker” with rising star Jorge Masvidal.

Not long after that, at UFC 244, the match between Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz became one of the most notable events of the tournament in 2019. Besides, the appearance of superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a belt giver made the UFC 244 more interesting.

Showing overwhelming from the first half, Jorge Masvidal quickly won against Nate Diaz when causing a serious tear on the opponent’s face. Although the match was stopped halfway, the fans regretted it, but Masvidal’s BMF belt was still considered a successful event.

Jorge Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz for the BMF belt at UFC 244 is a successful move for the UFC. Recently, the UFC confirmed that it is planning to hold a rematch match between Masvidal and Nate Diaz.

After the success at UFC 244, Jorge Masvidal failed in the title match against Kamaru Usman at UFC 251. The defeat did not affect too much on the name of “War Dog” but in return, made him not have the opportunity to immediately compete for the title.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many sports around the world including UFC boxing. In addition, the difficulty of finding a match with Nate Diaz is also a headache for UFC right now. From these problems, a rematch for Nate to reclaim the debt at UFC 244 with Masvidal, with the reward of the BMF belt is considered the most reasonable.

Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal are very close to a rematch

According to president Dana White, the rematch will take place in January next year. Expected, two boxers will still compete for the BMF belt at the UFC 256 event – the first major event of the tournament in 2021.