The rise of Jared Anderson, news of George Foreman dismayed people
A critical look at the past week in boxing
Do we see a future heavyweight champion on Saturday night?
Jared Anderson performed again in knockout round of Miljan Rovcanin on the Jose Pedraza-Richard Commey card that he has no obvious flaws other than a relative lack of experience at the professional level.
Anderson seemed to struggle a bit with Rovcanin’s clumsy play in the first few seconds of the game but adjusted quickly, quickly knocking out Rovcanin and quickly scoring his 12th goal.order stopped in many wars.
Of course, we can’t read too much into Anderson’s performance because of Rovcanin’s limitations. Serb has a number of abilities but he is not a real test for a prospect of Anderson’s abilities.
That said, Anderson has been very successful every step of the way towards his goal of becoming a top heavyweight and ultimately a champion. That’s all we can ask of a young rising boxer.
And he To be young, 22. You can see that in his performance on Saturday.
I think he went a bit overboard at the opening bell, which is one reason he took some shots from Rovcanin (24-3, 16 KOs). I would like to see more patience, more of a perceptual process. However, that is where the experience comes in. He will continue to fight by fighting.
Love his quickness. Love his power. Love his jab. Love his size (6 foot-4, about 240 pounds). Love his sensitive ring. I can go and come back. He seems to have all the qualities needed to be a top big man.
He even seems to have a nice chin, though that will be checked again and again in the future. If his endurance eventually matches his abilities, he could become a star.
The fact that boxing is a dangerous sport could not be clearer.
We saw terrifying proof of that when heavyweight prospect Richard Torrez scored one of the more brutal knockouts you’ll ever see on Pedraza-Commey’s bottom card.
Torrez, the 2020 Olympic silver medalist, delivered three powerful punches – two elbows and a nasty right – that sent Marco Antonio Canedo falling face-down and appearing cold. He lay there for a few minutes, the period that viewers assumed the worst, and the television network would not show the replays.
Canedo was eventually able to get to his feet with some help from his corner but it took a moment for him to remove the effect of the knockout, then he was brought in hospital for precautionary reasons.
No one is to blame. The Top Rated matchmakers are the best in the business. And it’s common practice when cruisers like Caneda (4-3) meet top young prospects. After all, Torrez entered the night with just two professional teamfights.
However, I will try to change the culture. Torrez at 2-0 is better than most of the heavyweights with 20, 30 fights. I’m not saying he needs to face an opponent at this stage in his career; that wouldn’t be fair.
I to be says the commission should take a closer look at the opponents they allow against talented boxers like Torrez, who can easily beat someone with more records than Caneda.
I think it makes sense to watch that game and think, “I’m not sure Caneda has any business being in the ring with a guy like Torrez.”
Not George Foreman.
Big George has become a beloved figure for his Hall of Fame success in the ring and his larger-than-life personality, which has made him a wildly successful pitcher for the barbecues. and more over the years.
Now comes from that The foreman was sued for allegedly sexually assaulting two underage girls in the 1970s, when he was at the peak of his abilities.
That kind of news is disturbing on any level. However, when an admired character is accused of such horrendous crimes, it somehow becomes more confusing. You think, “George Foreman can’t do this.”
Let’s hope he didn’t. He was charged, not convicted. We must let the wheel of justice turn before we can draw any concrete conclusions.
Foreman himself denies the allegations. He said in a statement: “They are lying about that I sexually abused them more than 45 years ago in the 1970s. I firmly and unequivocally deny these allegations. I am proud of my reputation that means as much to me as my athletic achievements, and I will not be intimidated by baseless threats and lies. “
Foreman indicated that he plans to fight the charges in court, not settle with his accusers. If his lawyer can prove that the claims are unfounded, he will save money and much of his reputation.
The sad thing for him is that he will likely never be seen in the same way unless his accusers refuse. That could mean no further confirmations in the future. And, of course, the word “dear” would no longer be relevant.
Neither Pedraza nor Commey left the ring satisfied after their 140-pound bout in Tulsa, Oklahoma, typically a draw. Both are hoping to take a step further after losing their most recent match. The good thing is that the two performed well, giving fans a spectacular match on national television. Former titles will have more opportunities to go one step further to achieve another belt. … One thing I’ve always liked about coaches Robert Garcia is he a straight shooter; no BS. He said after working in the corner Anthony Joshua in the failure of the heavyweight’s split decision to Oleksandr Usyk that Ukrainians are stronger spiritual warriors relieve tension and Joshua should have pressured his opponent earlier in the fight. Right and right. Joshua may not like to hear that but it is an honest assessment, one from which Joshua can benefit. … Undisputed lightweight champion, father and coach of Devin Haney, Bill Haney, criticized those who ignore the importance of the sanctioning authority title. He couldn’t be more wrong. Title belts mean a lot to boxers because they dream of winning them since childhood. And promoters and networks find them useful as marketing tools. Savvy boxing fans, however, know that they make no sense because of the questionable rating system and ridiculous increase in belts. To listen Ryan GarciaNot Bill Haney.