Jake Paul shines over Anderson Silva and Eyes Bigger Prize
October 31, 2022
You can’t run from your past, you must embrace fate head on…
By: Kirk Jackson Former three-weight world champion “Hi-Tech” Vasiliy Lomachenko (16-2, 11 KO’s) and undefeated contender Jamaine Ortiz (16-0-1, 8 KO’s) will engage in battle of great importance in lightweight division this weekend. The one-time sparring partners will clash in the 12-round lightweight main event Saturday evening at Hulu Theater at Madison Square[Read More…]
The Gwoat defends her crown.
Budding rivalry and the battle for Super featherweight supremacy.
The imminent return of Vasiliy Lomachenko.
Is Takeover 2.0 now in session? The audience in regards to viewership agrees.
The main event featuring Lopez and Campa peaked at 913,000 viewers from an average televised audience of 890,000 according to Nielsen Media Research.
An overall average audience of 790,000 viewers tuned in for the two-fight, 102-minute telecast from Resorts World Casino in Las Vegas.
The show pulled a 0.26 rating among home viewers aged 18-49, ranking sixth among all cable telecasts on the night and retaining nearly all of the lead-in audience from the preceding UFC Fight Night telecast (797,000 average viewership/0.27 P18-49), which ran ten minutes late and causing the Top Rank show to begin at 10:10 p.m. ET.
The Takeover continues?
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…]
The future of Top Rank boxing.
The coronation of the young King.