Top Rank Boxing for August 12: Raymond Muratalla vs. Diego Torres as Co-Feature to Emanuel Navarrete vs. Oscar Valdez
July 10, 2023
By: Kirk Jackson It was a highly competitive, world championship fight, between the two top fighters and champions of the division. On the eve of boxing’s biggest event, perhaps in several years, (Errol Spence Jr. vs. Terence Crawford), Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada (25-0, 9 KO’s) defended her WBC/WBA minimumweight world[Read More…]
By: Kirk Jackson (Updated July 24, 2023) The goal of the USWNT is simple – win the World Cup. They want to make history and become the first nation to win three straight World Cup trophies. As it stands now, there are two women’s national teams that have won back-to-back[Read More…]
The Queen, the self-proclaimed “GWOAT” returns home this weekend. Shields (13-0, 2 KO’s) will attempt her fifth overall defense of at least two middleweight titles and her first as undisputed champion in the division, as she takes on Los Angeles native Maricela Cornejo (16-5, 6 KO’s), Saturday from Little Caesars[Read More…]
By: Kirk Jackson Fresh off the heels of Netflix’s successful hit show Wednesday, the newest entry into to the Scream movie franchise stars Jenna Ortega, resuming her role as Tara Carpenter, sister to Sam Carpenter (Melissa Barrera). The sixth installment in the Scream film series is a direct sequel to Scream (2022), and this upcoming[Read More…]
She’s creaky and she’s kooky, mysterious and spooky…
The Gwoat defends her crown.
Budding rivalry and the battle for Super featherweight supremacy.
Halloween may be over, but does evil truly die?
By: Kirk Jackson For most people outside of Julianna Peña (11-4 MMA, 7-2 UFC) and her camp, she completed one of the greatest upsets in UFC history at UFC 269 last December. Listed as a +700 underdog on BetMGM, Peña defeated double-champ Amanda Nunes (21-5 MMA, 14-2 UFC), who up at[Read More…]
By: Kirk Jackson The pride of Ireland Katie Taylor (20-0-0, 6 KO’s) takes on the pride of Puerto Rico and New York (via Brooklyn) Amanda Serrano (42-1-1, 30 KO’s) for the WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO World Female Lightweight titles from Madison Square Garden in New York. Truly an historic[Read More…]