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Dallas vs Pittsburgh live stream free watch

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Joe Joyce vs Carlos Takam: Live stream, undercard, TV channel

British heavyweight Joe Joyce returns against seasoned veteran Carlos Takam in a bout that could move him closer to a world title shot.

Joyce (12-0, 11 KOs) is back in action for the first time since his win against Daniel Dubois last November when he captured the vacant European title and relieved Dubois of his British and Commonwealth titles.

Takam, 40, lost to Anthony Joshua in 2017 and was beaten by Britain’s Derek Chisora a year later but he should provide a real test for the 2016 Olympic silver medallist.

Joyce said: “I only want competitive fights but everyone wants to avoid me. Carlos Takam didn’t even want to spar me in Las Vegas, so I’m surprised he’s taken the fight.”

“It is a testament to Joe’s character that he’d take a fight as difficult as this when a world title fight is waiting,” said promoter Frank Warren.

When is Joe Joyce vs Carlos Takam?

Joe Joyce vs Carlos Takam will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate on Saturday 24 July.
Who is on the Joe Joyce vs Carlos Takam undercard?

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Charlo vs Castano live stream

Unified 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo looks to make boxing history when he defends his WBC, WBA and IBF Super Welterweight World Titles against undefeated WBO World Champion Brian Castaño for the undisputed crown in one of the most highly-anticipated matches of the year.

 

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Jermell
Charlo
Brian
Carlos
Castano
Record
Jermell Charlo 34-1-0
Brian Carlos Castano 17-0-1
KOs (KO %)
Jermell Charlo 18 (51.43%)
Brian Carlos Castano 12 (66.67%)
Weight
Jermell Charlo 154 lbs (70 kg)
Brian Carlos Castano 154 lbs (70 kg)
Height
Jermell Charlo 5’11” (1.8 m)
Brian Carlos Castano 5’7½” (1.71 m)
Reach
Jermell Charlo 73″ (185 cm)
Brian Carlos Castano 67½” (171 cm)
Stance
Jermell Charlo Orthodox
Brian Carlos Castano Orthodox
Age
Jermell Charlo 31
Brian Carlos Castano 31
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Unified 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo looks to make boxing history when he defends his WBC, WBA and IBF Super Welterweight World Titles against undefeated WBO World Champion Brian Castaño for the undisputed crown in one of the most highly-anticipated matches of the year.

Name
Jermell
Charlo
Brian
Carlos
Castano
Record
Jermell Charlo 34-1-0
Brian Carlos Castano 17-0-1
KOs (KO %)
Jermell Charlo 18 (51.43%)
Brian Carlos Castano 12 (66.67%)
Weight
Jermell Charlo 154 lbs (70 kg)
Brian Carlos Castano 154 lbs (70 kg)
Height
Jermell Charlo 5’11” (1.8 m)
Brian Carlos Castano 5’7½” (1.71 m)
Reach
Jermell Charlo 73″ (185 cm)
Brian Carlos Castano 67½” (171 cm)
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Brian Carlos Castano 31
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Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas: Date, fight time, TV channel and live stream

The “Monster” returns to the ring Saturday night in Las Vegas, as he puts his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Filipino fighter Michael Dasmarinas.

We have our first “Monster” sighting of 2021.

Undefeated bantamweight champion of the world Naoya Inoue returns to the ring for the first time this year, as he looks to defend his IBF and WBA titles against Michael Dasmarinas at the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Saturday night. The card’s co-main event will pit Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias with Mayer’s WBO junior lightweight title on the line.

Nearly every time the 28-year-old Inoue fights, he blazes a path of destruction. After defeating Nonito Donaire via a riveting unanimous decision to become unified world bantamweight champion in November 2019, Inoue followed that up with a seventh-round knockout of Jason Moloney in October. That KO had Inoue detonating a picture-perfect right hand, which collided with an incoming Moloney’s face for yet another highlight reel finish — and one befitting of a “Monster” on Halloween.

Inoue will try to add to his list of victims with his all gas, big punching style against Dasmarinas. The Filipino fighter is coming off a TKO of Artid Bamrungauea in October as well.

A win by Inoue can perhaps bring boxing fans closer to another unification bout between the Japanese sensation and Donaire, who became the WBC bantamweight champion last month with a scintillating fourth-round KO of Nordine Oubaali.

Will Inoue record another devastating knockout or will Dasmarinas become an improbable winner?

Here’s everything you need to know about Inoue vs. Dasmarinas on Saturday night.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight date, start time

Date: Saturday, June 19
Main card: 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main event (approx): 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST

The Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas main card launches at 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST, with the headliners expected to make their ring walks at approximately 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST, although that depends on the earlier bouts.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas TV channel, live stream

TV / Stream (US) : ESPN/ESPN+

Inoue will put his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Dasmarinas live on ESPN. You can also live stream it via ESPN+. Check ESPN+ for any restrictions in your country.
Where is the Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight?

The event will take place live from the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. This marks the second of three Top Rank cards slated at the venue in June, as former pound-for-pound ruler Vasiliy Lomachenko will clash with Japanese contender Masayoshi Nakatani there on June 26.
Naoya Inoue record and bio

Nationality: Japanese
Born: April 10, 1993
Height: 5-5
Reach: 67 inches
Total fights: 20
Record: 20-0 with 17 knockouts

Michael Dasmarinas record and bio

Nationality: Filipino
Born: Unlisted
Height: 5-7
Reach: N/A
Total fights: 33
Record: 30-2-1 with 20 knockouts

Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main card

Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas for Inoue’s IBF and WBA Bantamweight titles
Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias for Mayer’s WBO women’s Junior Lightweight title
Adam Lopez vs. Isaac Dogboe; Featherweights

Naoya Inoue vs Michael Dasmarinas Live Stream

The “Monster” returns to the ring Saturday night in Las Vegas, as he puts his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Filipino fighter Michael Dasmarinas.

We have our first “Monster” sighting of 2021.

Undefeated bantamweight champion of the world Naoya Inoue returns to the ring for the first time this year, as he looks to defend his IBF and WBA titles against Michael Dasmarinas at the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Saturday night. The card’s co-main event will pit Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias with Mayer’s WBO junior lightweight title on the line.

Nearly every time the 28-year-old Inoue fights, he blazes a path of destruction. After defeating Nonito Donaire via a riveting unanimous decision to become unified world bantamweight champion in November 2019, Inoue followed that up with a seventh-round knockout of Jason Moloney in October. That KO had Inoue detonating a picture-perfect right hand, which collided with an incoming Moloney’s face for yet another highlight reel finish — and one befitting of a “Monster” on Halloween.

Inoue will try to add to his list of victims with his all gas, big punching style against Dasmarinas. The Filipino fighter is coming off a TKO of Artid Bamrungauea in October as well.

A win by Inoue can perhaps bring boxing fans closer to another unification bout between the Japanese sensation and Donaire, who became the WBC bantamweight champion last month with a scintillating fourth-round KO of Nordine Oubaali.

Will Inoue record another devastating knockout or will Dasmarinas become an improbable winner?

Here’s everything you need to know about Inoue vs. Dasmarinas on Saturday night.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight date, start time

Date: Saturday, June 19
Main card: 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main event (approx): 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST

The Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas main card launches at 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST, with the headliners expected to make their ring walks at approximately 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST, although that depends on the earlier bouts.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas TV channel, live stream

TV / Stream (US) : ESPN/ESPN+

Inoue will put his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Dasmarinas live on ESPN. You can also live stream it via ESPN+. Check ESPN+ for any restrictions in your country.
Where is the Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight?

The event will take place live from the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. This marks the second of three Top Rank cards slated at the venue in June, as former pound-for-pound ruler Vasiliy Lomachenko will clash with Japanese contender Masayoshi Nakatani there on June 26.
Naoya Inoue record and bio

Nationality: Japanese
Born: April 10, 1993
Height: 5-5
Reach: 67 inches
Total fights: 20
Record: 20-0 with 17 knockouts

Michael Dasmarinas record and bio

Nationality: Filipino
Born: Unlisted
Height: 5-7
Reach: N/A
Total fights: 33
Record: 30-2-1 with 20 knockouts

Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main card

Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas for Inoue’s IBF and WBA Bantamweight titles
Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias for Mayer’s WBO women’s Junior Lightweight title
Adam Lopez vs. Isaac Dogboe; Featherweights

Michael Dasmarinas vs Naoya Inoue Live Stream Free Tv Channel

The “Monster” returns to the ring Saturday night in Las Vegas, as he puts his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Filipino fighter Michael Dasmarinas.

We have our first “Monster” sighting of 2021.

Undefeated bantamweight champion of the world Naoya Inoue returns to the ring for the first time this year, as he looks to defend his IBF and WBA titles against Michael Dasmarinas at the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Saturday night. The card’s co-main event will pit Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias with Mayer’s WBO junior lightweight title on the line.

Nearly every time the 28-year-old Inoue fights, he blazes a path of destruction. After defeating Nonito Donaire via a riveting unanimous decision to become unified world bantamweight champion in November 2019, Inoue followed that up with a seventh-round knockout of Jason Moloney in October. That KO had Inoue detonating a picture-perfect right hand, which collided with an incoming Moloney’s face for yet another highlight reel finish — and one befitting of a “Monster” on Halloween.

Inoue will try to add to his list of victims with his all gas, big punching style against Dasmarinas. The Filipino fighter is coming off a TKO of Artid Bamrungauea in October as well.

A win by Inoue can perhaps bring boxing fans closer to another unification bout between the Japanese sensation and Donaire, who became the WBC bantamweight champion last month with a scintillating fourth-round KO of Nordine Oubaali.

Will Inoue record another devastating knockout or will Dasmarinas become an improbable winner?

Here’s everything you need to know about Inoue vs. Dasmarinas on Saturday night.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight date, start time

Date: Saturday, June 19
Main card: 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main event (approx): 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST

The Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas main card launches at 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST, with the headliners expected to make their ring walks at approximately 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST, although that depends on the earlier bouts.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas TV channel, live stream

TV / Stream (US) : ESPN/ESPN+

Inoue will put his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Dasmarinas live on ESPN. You can also live stream it via ESPN+. Check ESPN+ for any restrictions in your country.
Where is the Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight?

The event will take place live from the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. This marks the second of three Top Rank cards slated at the venue in June, as former pound-for-pound ruler Vasiliy Lomachenko will clash with Japanese contender Masayoshi Nakatani there on June 26.
Naoya Inoue record and bio

Nationality: Japanese
Born: April 10, 1993
Height: 5-5
Reach: 67 inches
Total fights: 20
Record: 20-0 with 17 knockouts

Michael Dasmarinas record and bio

Nationality: Filipino
Born: Unlisted
Height: 5-7
Reach: N/A
Total fights: 33
Record: 30-2-1 with 20 knockouts

Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main card

Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas for Inoue’s IBF and WBA Bantamweight titles
Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias for Mayer’s WBO women’s Junior Lightweight title
Adam Lopez vs. Isaac Dogboe; Featherweights

Naoya Inoue vs Michael Dasmarinas live Stream

The “Monster” returns to the ring Saturday night in Las Vegas, as he puts his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Filipino fighter Michael Dasmarinas.

We have our first “Monster” sighting of 2021.

Undefeated bantamweight champion of the world Naoya Inoue returns to the ring for the first time this year, as he looks to defend his IBF and WBA titles against Michael Dasmarinas at the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Saturday night. The card’s co-main event will pit Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias with Mayer’s WBO junior lightweight title on the line.

Nearly every time the 28-year-old Inoue fights, he blazes a path of destruction. After defeating Nonito Donaire via a riveting unanimous decision to become unified world bantamweight champion in November 2019, Inoue followed that up with a seventh-round knockout of Jason Moloney in October. That KO had Inoue detonating a picture-perfect right hand, which collided with an incoming Moloney’s face for yet another highlight reel finish — and one befitting of a “Monster” on Halloween.

Inoue will try to add to his list of victims with his all gas, big punching style against Dasmarinas. The Filipino fighter is coming off a TKO of Artid Bamrungauea in October as well.

A win by Inoue can perhaps bring boxing fans closer to another unification bout between the Japanese sensation and Donaire, who became the WBC bantamweight champion last month with a scintillating fourth-round KO of Nordine Oubaali.

Will Inoue record another devastating knockout or will Dasmarinas become an improbable winner?

Here’s everything you need to know about Inoue vs. Dasmarinas on Saturday night.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight date, start time

Date: Saturday, June 19
Main card: 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main event (approx): 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST

The Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas main card launches at 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST, with the headliners expected to make their ring walks at approximately 11:30 p.m. ET/4:30 a.m. BST, although that depends on the earlier bouts.
Inoue vs. Dasmarinas TV channel, live stream

TV / Stream (US) : ESPN/ESPN+

Inoue will put his IBF and WBA bantamweight titles on the line against Dasmarinas live on ESPN. You can also live stream it via ESPN+. Check ESPN+ for any restrictions in your country.
Where is the Inoue vs. Dasmarinas fight?

The event will take place live from the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. This marks the second of three Top Rank cards slated at the venue in June, as former pound-for-pound ruler Vasiliy Lomachenko will clash with Japanese contender Masayoshi Nakatani there on June 26.
Naoya Inoue record and bio

Nationality: Japanese
Born: April 10, 1993
Height: 5-5
Reach: 67 inches
Total fights: 20
Record: 20-0 with 17 knockouts

Michael Dasmarinas record and bio

Nationality: Filipino
Born: Unlisted
Height: 5-7
Reach: N/A
Total fights: 33
Record: 30-2-1 with 20 knockouts

Inoue vs. Dasmarinas main card

Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas for Inoue’s IBF and WBA Bantamweight titles
Mikaela Mayer vs. Erica Farias for Mayer’s WBO women’s Junior Lightweight title
Adam Lopez vs. Isaac Dogboe; Featherweights

ESPN TV Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila Live Stream

Live from the Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson (15-0, 8 KO’s) will battle Jeremiah Nakathila (21-1, 17 KO’s) for the (interim) world WBO super featherweight title.


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Stevenson June 12

Who: Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila

What: WBO World Featherweight (interim) Title

When: June 12

Where: Las Vegas/ESPN

On June 12, live on ESPN, one of boxing’s most talented young fighters will return to the ring for his first bout of the year to potentially capture his 2nd world title in his 16th bout. Impressive stuff to say the least.

Live from the Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson (15-0, 8 KO’s) will battle Jeremiah Nakathila (21-1, 17 KO’s) for the (interim) world WBO super featherweight title. Both fighters come into the bout off of similar schedules with both fighters entering the ring twice in 2020, this being the first bout of 2021 for each of them. However, that is where the career similarities end.

Newark, New Jersey’s Stevenson turned pro in 2017 and has been perfect in 15 outings so far. He had a Continental Americas title by his 10th bout, beat future world title challenger Christopher Diaz in his 11th bout and was a world champion by his 13th fight. He then took 2 fights at the super featherweight limit in 2020 and now goes for his 2nd world title strap in his 16th bout. In short, this is a very talented fighter who is moving fast, banking wins and scooping up titles along the way.

In Nambia’s Nakathila, we have a fighter who has impressive numbers on paper but there are questions around what he can bring to a fighter as talented as the sharp shooting Stevenson. Nakathila has only fought once out of his home country and was stopped, by then 16-0 Evgeny Chuprakov in Russia. In fairness, it is hard to gauge that bout as one judge had it close, one judge gave every round to Russia’s Chuprakov and one judge had it even. Were they all watching the same bout? While that has been the only loss for Nakathila, it is notable that 2 fights ago he beat a fighter who was 8-6 (who had lost 6 of 8 coming into the bout). That level of competition doesn’t bode well in preparing for a step up to the likes of Shakur Stevenson.

However, numbers can be deceiving and there may be more to Nakathila than his record might lead one to believe. In looking for some positives here, he does have 17 stoppages in 21 fights and power would be a friend against a talented boxer like Stevenson. If you can keep Shakur somewhat respectful of your power this might help to keep him in more of a defensive posture, allowing Nakathila the opportunity to press the attack.With all sorts of talented fighters in and around this weight class like Mexico’s Emanuel Navarette, American Jamel Herring, Britain’s Archie Sharp, Mexico’s Oscar Valdez and others, there are some great opportunities for the winner here. And, while experience and talent would lead one to go with Stevenson, don’t try telling that to Nakathila.In a recent interview Nakathila boldly stated, “I can take on Stevenson anytime and any day, he might be much younger but definitely not more talented and powerful than me.”

There is nothing on paper that would help to substantiate that bold prediction by Nakathila but you have to like what is either confidence or his ability to sell himself. Either way – folks, we have a fight!

Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila Live Stream((OFFICIAL FIGHT TV LIVE))

Live from the Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson (15-0, 8 KO’s) will battle Jeremiah Nakathila (21-1, 17 KO’s) for the (interim) world WBO super featherweight title.


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Stevenson June 12
Stevenson June 12

Who: Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila

What: WBO World Featherweight (interim) Title

When: June 12

Where: Las Vegas/ESPN

On June 12, live on ESPN, one of boxing’s most talented young fighters will return to the ring for his first bout of the year to potentially capture his 2nd world title in his 16th bout. Impressive stuff to say the least.

Live from the Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson (15-0, 8 KO’s) will battle Jeremiah Nakathila (21-1, 17 KO’s) for the (interim) world WBO super featherweight title. Both fighters come into the bout off of similar schedules with both fighters entering the ring twice in 2020, this being the first bout of 2021 for each of them. However, that is where the career similarities end.

Newark, New Jersey’s Stevenson turned pro in 2017 and has been perfect in 15 outings so far. He had a Continental Americas title by his 10th bout, beat future world title challenger Christopher Diaz in his 11th bout and was a world champion by his 13th fight. He then took 2 fights at the super featherweight limit in 2020 and now goes for his 2nd world title strap in his 16th bout. In short, this is a very talented fighter who is moving fast, banking wins and scooping up titles along the way.

In Nambia’s Nakathila, we have a fighter who has impressive numbers on paper but there are questions around what he can bring to a fighter as talented as the sharp shooting Stevenson. Nakathila has only fought once out of his home country and was stopped, by then 16-0 Evgeny Chuprakov in Russia. In fairness, it is hard to gauge that bout as one judge had it close, one judge gave every round to Russia’s Chuprakov and one judge had it even. Were they all watching the same bout? While that has been the only loss for Nakathila, it is notable that 2 fights ago he beat a fighter who was 8-6 (who had lost 6 of 8 coming into the bout). That level of competition doesn’t bode well in preparing for a step up to the likes of Shakur Stevenson.

However, numbers can be deceiving and there may be more to Nakathila than his record might lead one to believe. In looking for some positives here, he does have 17 stoppages in 21 fights and power would be a friend against a talented boxer like Stevenson. If you can keep Shakur somewhat respectful of your power this might help to keep him in more of a defensive posture, allowing Nakathila the opportunity to press the attack.With all sorts of talented fighters in and around this weight class like Mexico’s Emanuel Navarette, American Jamel Herring, Britain’s Archie Sharp, Mexico’s Oscar Valdez and others, there are some great opportunities for the winner here. And, while experience and talent would lead one to go with Stevenson, don’t try telling that to Nakathila.In a recent interview Nakathila boldly stated, “I can take on Stevenson anytime and any day, he might be much younger but definitely not more talented and powerful than me.”

There is nothing on paper that would help to substantiate that bold prediction by Nakathila but you have to like what is either confidence or his ability to sell himself. Either way – folks, we have a fight!

((OFFICIAL FIGHT TV LIVE)) Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila Live Stream

Live from the Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson (15-0, 8 KO’s) will battle Jeremiah Nakathila (21-1, 17 KO’s) for the (interim) world WBO super featherweight title.


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Stevenson June 12
Stevenson June 12

Who: Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila

What: WBO World Featherweight (interim) Title

When: June 12

Where: Las Vegas/ESPN

On June 12, live on ESPN, one of boxing’s most talented young fighters will return to the ring for his first bout of the year to potentially capture his 2nd world title in his 16th bout. Impressive stuff to say the least.

Live from the Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson (15-0, 8 KO’s) will battle Jeremiah Nakathila (21-1, 17 KO’s) for the (interim) world WBO super featherweight title. Both fighters come into the bout off of similar schedules with both fighters entering the ring twice in 2020, this being the first bout of 2021 for each of them. However, that is where the career similarities end.

Newark, New Jersey’s Stevenson turned pro in 2017 and has been perfect in 15 outings so far. He had a Continental Americas title by his 10th bout, beat future world title challenger Christopher Diaz in his 11th bout and was a world champion by his 13th fight. He then took 2 fights at the super featherweight limit in 2020 and now goes for his 2nd world title strap in his 16th bout. In short, this is a very talented fighter who is moving fast, banking wins and scooping up titles along the way.

In Nambia’s Nakathila, we have a fighter who has impressive numbers on paper but there are questions around what he can bring to a fighter as talented as the sharp shooting Stevenson. Nakathila has only fought once out of his home country and was stopped, by then 16-0 Evgeny Chuprakov in Russia. In fairness, it is hard to gauge that bout as one judge had it close, one judge gave every round to Russia’s Chuprakov and one judge had it even. Were they all watching the same bout? While that has been the only loss for Nakathila, it is notable that 2 fights ago he beat a fighter who was 8-6 (who had lost 6 of 8 coming into the bout). That level of competition doesn’t bode well in preparing for a step up to the likes of Shakur Stevenson.

However, numbers can be deceiving and there may be more to Nakathila than his record might lead one to believe. In looking for some positives here, he does have 17 stoppages in 21 fights and power would be a friend against a talented boxer like Stevenson. If you can keep Shakur somewhat respectful of your power this might help to keep him in more of a defensive posture, allowing Nakathila the opportunity to press the attack.With all sorts of talented fighters in and around this weight class like Mexico’s Emanuel Navarette, American Jamel Herring, Britain’s Archie Sharp, Mexico’s Oscar Valdez and others, there are some great opportunities for the winner here. And, while experience and talent would lead one to go with Stevenson, don’t try telling that to Nakathila.In a recent interview Nakathila boldly stated, “I can take on Stevenson anytime and any day, he might be much younger but definitely not more talented and powerful than me.”

There is nothing on paper that would help to substantiate that bold prediction by Nakathila but you have to like what is either confidence or his ability to sell himself. Either way – folks, we have a fight!