Ioka vs Rodriguez jr live stream CONTAINER WEIGHT 20 YEARS WELTER JESUS RAMOS JR. BACK AGAINST BRIAN MENDOZA. AND MAURICIO LARA AND JOSH WARRINGTON DO IT AGAIN.
MAURICIO LARA (23-2, 16 KOs)
VS. JOSH WARRINGTON (30-1, 7 KOs)
When: Saturday 4th September
Where: Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds, England
TV / Stream: DAZN
Up for grabs: no title
Pound-for-pound rating: none
Odds: Warrington 1½-1 preferred (multi-store average)
Ioka vs Rodriguez jr live stream Also on paper: Katie Taylor vs. Jennifer Han, lightweight (for Taylor’s IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO titles); Conor Benn versus Adrian Granados, welterweight; Jovanni Straffon against Maxi Hughes, lightweights
Prediction: Warrington UD
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Background: The last time Warrington fought Lara, things didn’t go well. The then undefeated Leeds fighter suffered a terrible beating from the then unknown Mauricio Lara in February, leaving the SSE Arena ring with a ninth round defeat, a broken jaw, a shoulder injury and a punctured eardrum. Less than seven months later, Warrington returns to the cauldron. The former featherweight champion later said he underestimated the mighty Mexican and believes he is the most skilled fighter, which he plans to demonstrate on Saturday. “I’ve seen the first fight a dozen times,” he told him. “I am mentally and physically ready for Mauricio. It will not be the same result. I want revenge. “His career seems to be at stake. If he wins, he will go back to more or less where he was before the first match. If he loses, it will be difficult to rebuild. Meanwhile Lara, who has instantly become a major player in the division, wants to prove that his victory in the first fight was no accident. Even on paper, Katie Taylor (18-0, 6 KOs) defends her undisputed lightweight championship against Jennifer Han (18-3-1, 1 KO) The talented Irishwoman is coming out from a 10-round close decision over Natasha Jonas in May. Han, of El Paso, Texas, has won eight consecutive fights, all in her hometown, but is making a significant step into the opposition.
GES RAMOS JR. (16-0, 14 KOs)
VS. BRIAN MENDOZA (191, 13 KOs)
When: Sunday 5th September
Where: The Armory, Minneapolis
TV / Stream: Fox
Division: Junior Welterweight or Middleweight
Up for grabs: no title
Pound-for-pound classification: none
Also on paper: Starling Castillo vs. Juan Carlos Burgos, lightweights; Armando Resendiz vs. Marcos Hernandez, middleweight
Prediction: Ramos KO 6
Background: Ramos, a 20-year-old welterweight contender, is one of the sport’s brightest young stars. The Arizonano’s power is evident, but he reminded everyone in his latest outing that he can also box well and go far as he kept the pressure on veteran Javier Molina and won a wide unanimous decision over the undercard Andy Ruiz Jr. .-Chris Arreola. . Ramos had never made it past round six in any fight. He said he hopes to win a world title before he turns 22. Mendoza is coming off of the biggest win of him, a unanimous decision over Thomas Lamanna at 154 pounds in his first round of 10 rounds almost exactly a year ago. This followed his only defeat, a split decision against Larry Gomez in an eight-round fight the previous November. Mendoza has shown he can strike but has not faced anyone close to Ramos’ level.
Ioka vs Rodriguez jr live stream Fight again this weekend: Kazuto Ioka (26-2, 15 KOs) defends his 115-pound WBO title against Francisco Rodríguez Jr. (34-4-1, 24 KOs) Wednesday in Tokyo (no US TV). And Cletus Seldin (25-1, 21 KOs) faces Fernando David Saucedo (63-9-3, 10 KOs) in a scheduled 10-round 140-pound bout on Saturday in Huntington, New York (FITE).
Ioka vs Rodriguez jr live stream WBO Flyweight Champion Kazuto Ioka managed to dodge a handbag offer with mandatory challenger Francisco Rodriguez Jr, as ESPN’s Salvador Rodriguez announced the pair are set to compete on September 1 in Ioka’s native Japan. .
He does not name a specific place.
The fight will be Ioka’s fifth (26-2, 15 KOs) as a superfly after winning titles at 105, 108 and 112. He narrowly missed the WBO belt in the 2018 loss to Donnie Nietes, but quickly stopped the Aston Palicte. for the now vacant title, which he successfully defended against Jeyvier Cintron and Kosei Tanaka.
Former minimum weight champion “Chihuas” Rodriguez (34-4-1, 24 KOs) has won 15 straight wins since leaving the decisions to Nietes and Moises Fuentes in 2015, although the most notable of that group. either a “Tyson” Marques and a dangerous craftsman Martin. Tecuapetla. He was set to face Julio Cesar Martinez briefly last year before “Rey” got injured.
This marks three consecutive mandatory defenses for Ioka, who should have amassed a lot of leeway at this point to continue unification. However, the game is fun in itself.