Frenchman Michel Mothmora wrote another great chapter to his fairytale career, when he beat John Anderson Carvalho from Brazil on Friday night, May 6, to win the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Middleweight title in Cayenne, French Guiana. … Read Article
The story has been told before, of how Frenchman Michel Mothmora started his professional career as a journeyman, taking on all comers on short notice and often getting the short end of the stick, but later turned his career around and developed into a genuine contender. … Read Article
Frenchman Michel Mothmora is the new World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Middleweight Champion after winning the vacant title on Friday night, March 27, with a sixth round stoppage of Germany’s Baker Barakat in Loiret, France.
It was a high-paced affair from the start, as Barakat came out looking for a knockout from the first bell, and Mothmora had to be active to prevent the visitor from taking control of the fight. However, albeit the better … Read Article
After narrowly losing a majority decision for the French national title against world class champion Karim Achour last November, Michel Mothmora is set for an attempt to get right back in the thick of things when he takes on Germany’s Baker Barakat for the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Middleweight title. … Read Article
World Boxing Federation (WBF International Middleweight Champion Michel Mothmora from France had a very successful night on Friday (May 16), as he retained his title in style by convincingly defeating Georgian challenger Robison Omsarashvili.… Read Article
Journeyman-turned-champion Michel Mothmora from France will defend his World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Middleweight title on Friday May 16 in Saint Jean, only a few kilometers from his hometown of Gien, against Georgian Robison Omsarashvili. … Read Article
Eleven years and 36 fights into his professional career, Frenchman Michel Mothmora was very much the epitome of a journeyman in November 2011. His record stood at a less than stellar 15-21, and there were no real signs that anything was going to change what appeared to be his destiny in boxing.
While he had pulled off an upset and defeated Mehdi Nekaies (15-4) a year earlier, three losses had followed and he was brought … Read Article