Miss anything from this weekend? We’ll catch you up.
Sadly, the most important stories of the weekend are nothing to do with Gennadiy Golovkin’s return or anything else, but two scary injuries to veteran fighters.
Zab Judah was admitted to the hospital after his Friday loss to Cletus Seldin, suffering from a brain bleed. Star Boxing say the 41-year-old Judah is awake, communicating, and making progress, and that’s all good news.
Mexican super flyweight Felipe Orucuta is in an even scarier situation. The fighter collapsed in the ring after a TKO loss in Mexico on Friday night, and had to undergo emergency surgery to remove a blood clot in his brain. The surgery was successful, and Orucuta, 33, is now in an induced coma.
Hopefully both of these men will make full and speedy recoveries. All of us send our best to them.
- All the results from the weekend were in Sunday morning’s roundup.
- This coming week’s TV schedule is up. Saturday is going to be a wild, long ride.
- Lewis Watson had a couple of pieces on Sunday, one on Anthony Joshua’s road to Ruiz II, and another on next Saturday’s sneaky good matchup between Josh Warrington and Kid Galahad.
- Gennadiy Golovkin’s Saturday night return at MSG went about as anticipated. We took a look at what might be next for GGG, with focus of course on a third clash with Canelo Alvarez, but that’s not set in stone. Michael Woods counted down the top takeaways from the fight with Steve Rolls. We also had the ever-popular Pros React thing after the fight, plus the highlights if you missed it.
- We also looked at what might be next for Oscar Valdez, who may stay at 126 for one more fight, but really might move up to 130.