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Luis Nery DESTROYS Shinsuke Yamanaka To Win WBC Bantamweight Title

 

By. BrotherJR

August 15, 2017

 

OK here’s the thing… I rarely do live post-fight shows immediately following a bout on my own channel. And I really do live post-fight shows immediately following a bout early in the morning. However given the significance of the Shinsuke Yamanaka vs. Luis Nery bout, this is an exception to the rule. Yamanaka – Nery is a bout that had us boxing geeks/hardcore boxing fans buzzing for months. So I got up early this morning to watch and Luis Nery (24-0, 18 KO’s) took apart Shinsuke Yamanaka (27-1-2, 19 KO’s) in four rounds to become the new WBC Bantamweight champion in what has to be the most impressive performance of the year so far in boxing.

During this early morning post-fight show we recapped Nery’s win over Yamanaka as well as the future for Nery. Here’s hoping folks understand the importance and ramifications of Nery’s win as well as the possibilities not only for Nery moving forward, but for boxing as well (I can see a Luis Nery vs. Naoya Inoue superfight down the line). We have a new force among the lighter-weight fighters and possible star in the making… and his name is Luis “Pantera” Nery.

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Pound 4 Pound Boxing Report #179 – Are We On The Verge Of a Women’s Superfight?

 

By. BrotherJR

August 8, 2017

 

Boxing Recap
  • Vasyl Lomachenko disposes Miguel Marriaga with ease. What’s up next for “Loma”?
  • Ray Beltran given a tougher than expected fight by Bryan Vasquez.
  • Claressa Shields dominant win over Nikki Adler
  • Mauricio Harrera eeks out a close win over Jesus Soto Karass

 

Boxing News
  • Timothy Bradley and Juan Manuel Marquez announces their retirement.

 

Boxing Preview
  • Shinsuke Yamanaka vs. Luis Nery

 

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Pound 4 Pound Boxing Report #160 – Control

 

By. BrotherJR

March 3, 2017

 

Boxing Recap
  • Deontay Wilder vs. Gerald Washington
  • Jarrett Hurd vs. Tony Harrison
  • Dominic Breazeale vs. Izuagbe  Ugonoh
  • Rey Vargas vs. Gavin McDonnell
  • Eleider Alvarez vs. Lucian Bute
  • Shinsuke Yamanaka vs. Carlos Carlson

 

Boxing News
  • Danger of Pacquiao – Khan not happening?

 

Boxing Preview
  • Keith Thurman vs. Danny Garcia
  • Erikson Lubin vs. Jorge Cota
  • Andrzej Fonfara vs. Chad Dawson
  • David Haye vs. Tony Bellew
  • Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan Hernandez Navarrete
All that and more!!!

 

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March 3, 2017 Posted by | About Me, Audio, Podcast | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Shinsuke Yamanaka TKO’s Anselmo Moreno To Retain WBC Bantamweight Title

 

By. BrotherJR

September 17, 2016

 

When WBC Bantamweight champion Shinsuke Yanamaka (26-0-2, 18 KO’s) fought former WBA Bantamweight Anselmo Moreno (35-5-1, 12 KO’s)  in Sept. 2015 in Tokyo they fought a tactical, nip and tuck contest that many argued should have went Moreno’s way (Yamanaka won by split decision). The rematch Friday in Osaka, Japan, took on a different tone as Yamanaka left no doubts scoring arguably the biggest and most exciting win of his career scoring a seventh round TKO over Moreno in a bout that far from tactical. Instead, Yamanaka – Moreno II was explosive and action packed from beginning to end.

Normally a calculate and steady boxer, Moreno started the bout very fast taking the bout to the defending champion in the first round. However, Moreno paid for his aggression as he was knocked down by way of a Yamanaka counter left hand late in the first round.

Undeterred, Moreno kept up the pace and the aggression in the second and third rounds. In the fourth, Moreno floored Yamanaka by way of a hard counter right hook. At the end of four rounds Moreno was up on two of the three scorecards.

In round five, the power dynamic and momentum of the fight began to change. While Yamanaka was stunned and knocked off-balance again by way of a Moreno right hook, the defending champ started to fight with more and more force, consistently landing power shots flush on Moreno. One minute into round six Yamanaka put Moreno on the deck by way of a hellacious left hand. Moreno got up, but was visibly hurt. Yamanaka continued on the attack landing hard shots throughout the round. By the end round you could tell the end was near.

Yamanaka didn’t let up in the seventh and :25 seconds into the round he dropped Moreno courtesy of hard left hand. Moreno was basically done at this point. Thirty seconds later Moreno was knocked down again and referee Daniel Van de Wiele called a halt to the contest. This was the 11th title defense for Yamanaka.

Prior to this bout some wondered if the 33 year-old Yamanaka was starting to decline. With this exciting and emphatic win over Moreno, Shinsuke Yamanaka showed that not only does he have something left, but staked a major claim as the best Bantamweight in the world.

September 17, 2016 Posted by | Analysis, Video | , , , | 1 Comment