Real 31/07/16 Tom Phelps: Hello ladies and gentlemen, history has been made as Jenna Louise Coleman is now a rare case of a dual champion.
So of course I will start with that on what I'm hoping will be a bumper special episode of the Real view, talking about our amazing talent going to American in force to fight it out with the worlds best.
The second part of the show will discuss the two women from our lightweight division, our champion "LA grande" Malika Menard and her biggest rival Doutzen Kroes in their bouts in the crossover PPV.
Then I'll talk about Cheryl Cole vs Hudgens and Emma Watson vs Sophia Bush, which was our top home grown flyweights on the card. Lastly I'll discuss Kaya Scodelario vs Willa Holland as something major has erupted between those two young women that could last for many years to come.
Normally I'm not patriotic and all that but Viva the BBU! And all who fights in this organisation.
The biggest news to me coming out of what I have to say was an awesome PPV saw Jenna Louise Coleman; the best pound for pound boxer in the BBU become only the second girl to win a BBU and FCBA title to hold both at the same time. Can anyone guess who the first girl who did that was?
As a hint it was someone who impressively was the BBU bantamweight and lightweight champion at the same time, then conquered the ice hotel in America. It was the one and only Miranda Kerr who on Friday knocked out FCBA pound for pound contender Brooklyn Decker.
But back to Jenna who fought Taryn Terrell who depending on your view point is a BBU girl herself as she's the head trainer at the Girls Friday gym and of course was the undefeated JMD champ.
In a fight that summed up the night for me, it went back and forth as the two warriors smashed each others jugs as if they were trying to shove them back into each others body.
Jenna would attack the body and was rewarded with a badly hurt Taryn holding her ribs in defeat at the 8th before she finally won the JMD title.
The end which I know to some people think doesn't fit for pro celeb boxers and that's the jug smother was like a passing of the torch between the two fighters.
At the end of the day, this is a proud moment for the BBU, as Jenna has shown that anyone who puts their mind to it can become a major star on both sides of the Atlantic. I know Jenna's win won't get the respect it deserves from some journalists and managers who see JMD as a noverty act.
So to them, I say keep your headlines as Jenna has the most important things in boxing and that's gold.
I wish her and her jugs good luck as the championship celebration is soon and I hope I get an invite to an open top bus parades(wink)
Part 2: lightweight battlers So my second part of this special Real View episode will focus on our lightweight fighters, specifically our champ Malika Menard and Doutzen Kroes.
Let's start with Malika who was fighting Missy Peregrym, Missy is a former FCBA lightweight champion in her own regard and a possible hall of fame contender in future.
Menard was extremely unlucky not to have won as she out boxed Peregrym for most of the fight which would surprise some but I would be shocked if anyone here in the U.K was.
I mean Malika hasn't the tag "LA GRANDE MALIKA" for nothing and the lightweight title around her waist. She's one of the most complete fighters we've had since the inception of the BBU. Sadly Malika wanted the grandstand finish instead of just keeping her form and taking the point win.
This bit her as Missy caught her in close and you never give Missy a chance to do that as she's too good a fighter to open the door to. The after fight stuff showed the divide that will always be between the Foxfire girls and the Lookout girls in what almost became a mass brawl after Missy gave Malika the walk of shame.
In the other major bout, Doutzen Kroes fought another big hitter in Taylor Cole, two big powerful beauties knocking the daylights out of each other, what's not to love(wink) Doutzen like her rival Malika started off brilliantly, shoving Taylor back under some truly super punching from the BBU Supergirl.
Sadly for Doutzen fans, I think Taylor is secretly Wonder Woman (sorry Gal Gadot) because while she was wobbled, she didn't go down somehow. Then maybe with the loss to Malika and her title still possibly lingering in the mind and body of Doutzen, she tired out and Cole was able to knock her down for the count late in the fight.
Other than Jenna, these two could be my fighters of the year because up to now every fight they have been in has been an utter war. While they both lost, it wasn't without showing why they are our crown jewels at lightweight in the BBU.
With women like Indira Weis, Alessandra Ambrosio, Nadia Forde and even more coming through, they both have a hard job keeping that title between them.
Flyweight warriors Again I'm going to talk about two women who lost in their fights but have grew their reputations ten fold since Fridays PPV.
We'll start with Cheryl Cole whose been nothing but a real gem since crossing over the sea to batter the American girls at the start of the year.
Racking up a whole heap of wins against not small talents but names like Megan Fox jump out at you. Of course Cheryl had lost to Lucy Hale, you know the one who after that win won the flyweight title straight afterwards.
On Friday she fought Vanessa Hudgens, a former flyweight champion herself and depending on your view point is the fittest flyweight in the world.
10 rounds of war followed as neither gave the other an inch in what was a heated battle at all times.
Cheryl was even on top in the fight for parts but Vanessa just did enough as both women should be proud of the fight they put on for the fans.
In the other major flyweight battle saw Emma Watson take on Sophia Bush in what was billed as a battle of friends but turned into who could pound the other info submission.
Emma seemed happy with her early work as both her and Sophia fought some incredible close rounds with both women so even in builds and tactics.
Sophia started to push Emma who hasn't fought as much as she should have these past few years and even with the world's best training, ring rust catches up to you no matter who you are.
Emma did rally hard in the last round but couldn't get the knockdown and while you could argue convincingly that it was a draw. Sophia did enough in the judges eyes which is what counts and the two seemed to cement their friendship even more through beating each other up.
For anyone whose missed it regarding Emma, she's now part of the Sisters in Arms stable, I hope Emma will still makes trips over to the U.K but I wish her and her new stable well in the future as with all her ups and downs, she deserves an up in boxing.
Both women in defeat has shown how tough they are to go with two top flyweight fighters in the world and as I say, I still believe the BBU has the best flyweights and its a matter of time before one wins the FCBA version of the title with our talents.
Final part: Kaya Scodelario and Willa Holland I'll be honest, This bout was one I thought at most I'd do a little speech about how well they had done and then talk about every other fight.
I mean we had Alice Goodwin nearly rip the JMDD title away from Charlotte McKinney's jugs. Michelle Ryan beat Rebecca Romijn in one of the upsets of the night and there were countless other big fights that created major buzz.
But this is the one fight that seems to have everyone wondering what next between these two young fit ladies, who just so happen to hate each other with a passion.
The fight wasn't what you'd bill as a big fight going in as neither woman has done much of note compared to the field around them. But a bloody brawl is how the fight has to be described, followed by a literal hair pulling catfight between the two in the ring.
Now we're hearing that the gloves look to be coming off and just an all out war has begun between the two women over what they feel is betrayal and just all out jealousy of each of other.
Me and Denise may have to fly to America to witness these slapping table fights as I hear a good catfight can break out too at them.
But seriously, these two as it stands are the most watched fight from the PPV and a feud that could get extremely damaging for both women has begun in earnest.