Tag Archives: Luis Ortiz

2017 Latino Boxing Round-Up: The Good, the Bad and the Rest

The year of 2017 is gone, and it has been a bittersweet one for Latino fighters across the world. We’ve gone from having a Nicaraguan flyweight at the very top

Parker Is Step One for Joshua Getting All The Titles

perhaps the biggest star in boxing, is about to take another step toward reaching his goal as undisputed champ By all indications, he will fight

Two Big Fights Certain to Happen in 2018…and The Winners Are….

There are two big fights in the discussion stage for 2018 that I believe will soon be announced. The first […]

The Difference in Self Awareness Between Joshua and Wilder

Boxing has enjoyed a great year in 2017 with two and a half months still to go. IBF/WBA heavyweight champ […]

There Never Was Going To Be a Wilder-Ortiz Fight

Starting in early July this past summer rumors began to emerge that WBC heavyweight title holder Deontay Wilder 38-0 (37) […]

Yesterday They Were Telling the Truth; Now They’re Lying (Maybe)

It was at the New York City press conference to officially announce the Nov. 4 WBC heavyweight title fight between […]

Following up on Luis Ortiz, the WBC, and VADA

when WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman announced that the organization had withdrawn its sanction of the scheduled November 4

Three Punch Combo: Makeable High Stakes Crossroads Fights and More

Anthony Crolla (31-6-3, 13 KO’s) takes on Ricky Burns (41-6-1, 14 KO’s). Such high stakes fights with so much on the line usually bring out the best

Congratulations to the WBC and VADA

The much-anticipated November 4, 2017, WBC heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz appears to be off. A […]

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz Cancelled After Ortiz Tests Positive

Deontay Wilder’s Nov. 4 WBC heavyweight title defense against Luis Ortiz at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Showtime has been cancelled. […]