The Neutral Corner: Episode 285 recap (Fury pummels Wilder again, Navarrete-Gonzalez preview) – The Ring

On episode 285 of The Impartial Nook boxing podcast, host Michael Montero gave his ideas on the passing of former welterweight champion Tony DeMarco, who died Monday at 89-years-old. Born Leonardo Liotta in Boston’s well-known “North Finish” neighborhood, DeMarco would amass a report of 58-12-1 (33 knockouts) as a professional, and was inducted into the Worldwide Boxing Corridor of Fame in 2019.

In different information, Gervonta Davis (25-0, 24 KOs) might be going through light-weight prospect Rolando “Rolly” Romero on December 5 in Los Angeles. Even if Romero (14-0, 12 KOs) is unproven, but to face a top-ten opponent, and plenty of really feel he misplaced to Jackson Marinez final August in one of many worst selections of 2020, he’ll headline a Showtime PPV card with Davis. Particulars of the struggle, together with which division it will likely be contested at, are nonetheless to return.


There have been two playing cards of be aware on Saturday, October 9. In England, Liam Smith scored a TKO8 win over Anthony Fowler. The junior middleweight struggle headlined a Matchroom Boxing card on DAZN. Within the co-main, Troy “Trojan” Williamson landed a monster left hook within the tenth spherical in opposition to Ted Cheeseman, to finish their junior middleweight conflict in type. It was a knockout of the 12 months and struggle of the 12 months contender.

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder change bombs. Photograph by Ryan Hafey / PBC

In Las Vegas, Tyson Fury survived two fourth-round knockdowns to as soon as once more cease Deontay Wilder in a heavyweight struggle that exceeded expectations. Wilder was down within the third, tenth and eleventh rounds. The struggle was extremely aggressive early on, however Fury took management within the fifth spherical and dominated Wilder down the stretch. Not like the second struggle, which former coach Mark Breland accurately stopped within the seventh spherical, new coach Malik Scott allowed his fighter to maintain pointless punishment. The rivalry ended for good within the eleventh, when Fury put Wilder down for good. It was an absolute beating that “The Bronze Bomber” might by no means absolutely recuperate from.


Friday, October 15

High Rank on ESPN+

Pechanga Enviornment, San Diego, California

Emanuel Navarrete vs Joet Gonzalez, 12rds, 126-pound title struggle

Saturday, October 16

Matchroom Boxing on DAZN

Chukchansi Park, Fresno, California

Elwin Soto vs Jonathan Gonzalez, 12rds, 108-pound title struggle


Otto from Philly feels that potential future opponents for Deontay Wilder must be cautious of constructing a struggle with him. “As of proper now, if I’m a man like Andy Ruiz or Anthony Joshua, and I noticed the accusations that have been thrown at Tyson Fury, is that one thing I actually need to take care of?”

“I assumed Wilder was going to carry all the things that he had and he did,” mentioned Wealthy. “He confirmed great coronary heart.”

“The Fury vs Wilder trilogy was about as aggressive as males and mice,” mentioned Thad. “After Wilder landed the luckiest proper hand within the fourth spherical and Fury obtained up, I knew the struggle was over.”

“I’m not going to take it simple on Wilder,” mentioned Dane. “What he did to Mark Breland, it was actually disappointing. All the conspiracy theories after the second struggle have been created on YouTube, on boards. Wilder didn’t create them. However he obtained a maintain of and added gas to the fireplace.”

“Fury was a cherry decide gone flawed for Wilder,” mentioned Greg. “He had all these title defenses however he wasn’t combating anyone. He had a suggestion to struggle Joshua however he selected to struggle Fury as an alternative.”

Kevin requested, “How do you suppose it occurs with these conspiracy theorist YouTube channels? Andre Ward was saying it was a protracted rely (when Wilder dropped Fury) within the fourth spherical. When commentators are spewing misinformation, in fact YouTube will.”

“The struggle was sloppy, nevertheless it was entertaining to look at,” mentioned Nacho. “Wilder has large coronary heart and his will to win was nuts, however that beating he took goes to be robust to beat.”

“I believe Usyk has likelihood to beat Wilder,” mentioned Carlos. “I used to suppose Wilder may catch him, however now I really feel Usyk would outbox him. And I used to suppose Fury would beat Usyk, however now I’m not so positive. Usyk has sufficient motion to work across the awkwardness that Fury has.”

I believe the Fury-Wilder3 struggle was total higher than the Joshua-Usyk struggle,” mentioned Hamed. “Perhaps it was not fought on the identical ability stage technically, however this one and the Joshua-Klitschko struggle have been the 2 finest heavyweight fights we’ve seen in years.”

“I need to see what’s going to occur with Wilder’s ardour within the ring as soon as it’s not in opposition to Fury,” mentioned Jon Uddin. “I believe Fury actually obtained someplace in his head. It felt much like what Ward did to Kovalev of their second struggle.”


@4:30 Information and Notes (Tank Davis and one other PPV cherry)

@9:55 Struggle Evaluate (Fury stops Wilder once more)

@50:15 Callers

@1:44:40 Struggle Preview (Navarrete vs Gonzalez)

@1:48:02 Extra Callers


Michael Montero might be discovered on social media by way of @MonteroOnBoxing. His present “The Impartial Nook” might be seen each Monday on TheRingDigital YouTube channel, and heard on audio podcast platforms around the globe.

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