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    ANTHONY JOSHUA could knock out Tyson Fury, according to the Gypsy King's uncle and former trainer Peter. The two Brits are closing in on a blockbuster showdown in Cardiff on December 3 as they prepare to finally settle their long-running rivalry. 5Peter Fury reckons Anthony Joshua could knock out his nephew Tyson And Peter, who led Tyson to victory over Wladimir Klitschko seven years ago before parting ways with his nephew, gives Joshua a real chance of beating The Gypsy King. Speaking back in 2019 about a Fury-Joshua showdown, he said: "It will be a great fight. “Both up for it, aren’t they. So it’ll be a great fight if it happens. Both have different styles though, Tyson is a totally different style to Pulev. “It would be a great fight. Those shots [AJ landed wouldn’t be landing on Tyson so clean. He’s an exceptional talent but if AJ can land, anyone is going down. READ MORE IN BOXINGTY-ME'S UP AJ warned he must sign Fury contract by NEXT WEEK or lose shock title chance “But the same for Tyson...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has been backed to beat Tyson Fury by one of the Gypsy King's former sparring partners. The British heavyweight duo have finally agreed to fight on December 3, with a 60-40 purse split in Fury's favour. 3Anthony Joshua is set to fight Tyson Fury in DecemberCredit: PA 3Fury, 34, will take a 60-40 split of the purseCredit: PA AJ, 32, is coming off back to back defeats to Oleksandr Usyk - but Christopher Lovejoy is backing him to triumph against WBC champ Fury. Lovejoy, 38, claimed to have knocked the Gypsy King out of the ring when they sparred a number of years ago - a claim laughed off by the WBC champ. Taking to Twitter to give his prediction, Lovejoy said: "I'm not even a fan of AJ. "But I got him beating Fury, let's not forget Fury got dropped by (Deontay) Wilder. I also knocked Fury out the ring before." Read More Boxing StoriesDEC THE HALLS AJ lined up with Fury's ex-opponent or old amateur rival for December return Lovejoy boasts a 20-1 professional record -...
    TYSON FURY'S confrontation with American heavyweight Christopher Lovejoy in 2019 before their infamous sparring session has been leaked online. The Gypsy King bumped into the 38-year-old prior to his knockout win over Tom Schwarz three years ago in Las Vegas. Look how shook lovejoy was when fury walked up to him thought he was gunna feint ???????? pic.twitter.com/jQnJi3QzIN— Oaks (@oaks981) June 22, 2022 4Tyson Fury confronted Christopher Lovejoy in 2019 after the American claimed he could knock him outCredit: YouTube: Christopher Lovejoy 4Fury left Lovejoy speechless after he surprised him at the Mayweather gym in Las VegasCredit: YouTube: Christopher Lovejoy 4Lovejoy had been saying he would beat Fury should the pair ever come to blowsCredit: YouTube: Christopher Lovejoy And it was in Sin City that Fury decided to meet Lovejoy, who had been telling people he would knock out the unbeaten Mancunian. At the time, Lovejoy was himself unbeaten having won 18 consecutive fights with each of his victories ending in stoppages. After getting wind that he was being called out, Fury surprised him at the Mayweather gym to leave...
    TYSON FURY tried to call Anthony Joshua as he celebrated his victory over Dillian Whyte. Fury celebrated his second defence of the WBC heavyweight title with his friends and family at Sheesh restaurant in Chigwell on Sunday afternoon. 3Tyson Fury brutally knocked out Dillian Whyte at Wembley on Saturday nightCredit: AFP 3Fury celebrated his stunning stoppage of Whyte at Sheesh in ChigwellCredit: Instagram 3And he tried to call fellow Brit Anthony Joshua during his celebrationsCredit: Instagram @anthonyjoshua During the raucous celebrations, the Gypsy King had a brief FaceTime with Whyte's promoter Eddie Hearn. And Hearn has since revealed Fury also tried to get a hold of former unified heavyweight champ Joshua. During an appearance on the DAZN Boxing Show, he said: "He FaceTimed me non-stop but I couldn't really hear him because he was drinking and I was in a restaurant "I just said well done, I think he was trying to call AJ and he was asking me for his number. READ MORE IN BOXINGBIG WHACK 'N FRIES Fury buys celebratory McDonald's in Rolls-Royce after beating Whyte "He...
    Dillian Whyte has called for a rematch against Tyson Fury and insists his opponent's knockout blow was illegal because it was a two-handed shove - rather than the uppercut - that caused him to hit his head on the canvas. Fury KO'd Whyte in the sixth round in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night to keep his 100 per cent record intact, but the Body Snatcher is not prepared to lie down and accept defeat. Speaking to Sky Sports in the aftermath of the bout, Whyte insists Fury won the bout in an illegal manner and has urged the Gypsy King to accept a rematch. Tyson Fury caught Dillian Whyte with a brutal uppercut and then pushed him in the aftermath Whyte was sent sprawling to the canvas before the referee decided to stop the fight Referee Mark Lyson looks at Whyte before making the decision to end the fight in the sixth RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Football and boxing fans are disgusted by footage showing... 'If the war...
    TYSON FURY should come back to the UK and fight Dillian Whyte. That’s according to David Price, who also believes Anthony Joshua would knock out Deontay Wilder if they end up meeting next year. 2David Price believes Tyson Fury should fight Dillian Whyte after beating Deontay Wilder againCredit: AP 2Whyte is the mandatory WBC challengerCredit: Getty Fury is world boxing’s No1 after defeating Wilder in Saturday’s Las Vegas trilogy battle. He had been hoping to fight Joshua in an all-British, world heavyweight unifier. But AJ lost his belts to Oleksandr Usyk next month and has already triggered his rematch clause. Fury will now consider his options after becoming king of the ring. But Price believes the Gypsy King should take on mandatory WBC challenger Whyte in front of a bumper UK crowd. He told TalkSport: “The Joshua fight was going to be a mega fight, but I wouldn’t rule out or write off the Dillian Whyte fight for a couple of reasons. Most read in SportLive BlogFURY WILDER 3 Gypsy King dropped TWICE but WINS epic, Bronze Bomber will NOT...
    Tyson Fury told crowds of supporters 'they will talk about this night for 1,000 years' as he partied into the night following his thrilling trilogy fight victory over Deontay Wilder. The Gypsy King, 33, beat Wilder in the 11th round on Saturday despite being floored twice by the Bronze Bomber seven rounds earlier to retain his WBC and Ring Magazine titles in Las Vegas.  Following his triumphant win, the boxer was seen swigging £800-a-bottle vodka, jumping on top of the DJ booth and singing to fans as he celebrated until 3am at Vegas's Hakkasan nightclub, which is situated next to the MGM Grand Arena where he beat Wilder.  The shirtless boxer told revellers: 'Am I the greatest heavyweight of my era? Without a doubt. I believe I could beat anyone in history. Tyson Fury (pictured with DJ Steve Aoki) partied into the night with fans as he celebrated his triumphant win at Las Vegas's Hakkasan venue on Saturday The boxer told crowds of supporters 'they will talk about this night for 1,000 years' as he partied into the small hours The...
    TYSON FURY paid tribute to his trainer SugarHill Steward after sensationally knocking out Deontay Wilder to retain his world heavyweight title. The Gypsy King landed the decisive punch with just a few minutes of the epic encounter remaining. 1Tyson Fury and SugarHill Steward celebrated after the fightCredit: Reuters The 11th-round knock-out came after both men had hit the canvas earlier in their trilogy bout at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. Speaking in the ring with his hands back on his WBC belt, Fury revealed the magic words Steward said that inspired him to victory. Fury said: “I need to thank my trainer. At the end there he told me, ‘get your jab working, only the big dogs pull it out late on’. “It was edge of the seat stuff and could’ve gone either way. SugarHill pushed me to knock him out late.” Nephew of legendary trainer Manny Steward, SugarHill took over as Fury’s head coach in December 2019. He guided the Brit to victory in his second bout with Wilder last year before masterminding Saturday night’s knock-out in Vegas. Most read...
    FRANK BRUNO has backed a bulky Tyson Fury to 'do some damage' to Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight. Bruno weighed a massive 17st 6lb during his heroic reign as WBC heavyweight champion. 3Deontay Wilder was beaten by Tyson Fury in their rematchCredit: AFP 3British boxing legend Frank Bruno with his WBC titleCredit: Louis Wood News Group Newspaper Ltd But Fury in his rematch against Wilder in February 2020 scaled as heavy as 19st 5lb before winning in seven rounds. American Wilder is a small heavyweight even for Bruno's era, and could give away as much as FOUR STONE to Fury in their trilogy bout on Saturday night in Las Vegas. And despite having some of the heaviest hands ever, with a 93 per cent knockout ratio, Bruno warned it is only a matter of time before history repeats itself in Sin City. He said: "He's dangerous for the first four to six rounds but then after I think Tyson will weigh him down and do some damage to him.  "He's 15 stone Wilder, borderline 16...
    Tyson Fury is very confident going into his Saturday fight against Deontay Wilder. Fury and Wilder are slated to fight for the third time this Saturday night, and boxing fans around the world are super excited. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Well, Fury doesn’t sound too worried at all.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tyson Fury (@gypsyking101) During a press event Tuesday, Fury said, “No matter Deontay Wilder does, I’m still going to knock him the f**k out.” Tyson Fury “No matter Deontay Wilder does I’m still going to knock him the fuck out” @trboxing #wilderfury3 pic.twitter.com/5TxNTP1zz3 — BroBible (@BroBible) October 6, 2021 He further added that Wilder “is a real piece of sh*t” and a “piece of garbage.” I think it’s safe to say Fury isn’t a fan at all. Tyson Fury on Deontay Wilder “I think the guy is a real piece of shit “ @trboxing @PBConFOX #wilderfury3 pic.twitter.com/CYCJ7Qmu18 — BroBible (@BroBible) October 6, 2021 I can’t even begin to tell you how...
    MIKE TYSON could knock out Deontay Wilder in 60 seconds, his coach once claimed ahead of the Bronze Bomber's latest title fight. Wilder, 35, takes on Tyson Fury next week in a bid to win back his WBC heavyweight belt. 1Mike Tyson's trainer Jeff Fenech (pictured in 2005) continues to back his manCredit: Reuters But his trilogy of match-ups with the Gypsy King have failed to impress some boxing commentators, including Jeff Fenech. The Aussie trained Tyson, 55, ahead of his comeback showdown with Roy Jones Jr. And he believes that even the veteran Iron Mike would shrug off Wilder, in comments made last year. He told Sporting News: "I'd guarantee that if Mike Tyson trained for six weeks, he'd knock Wilder out in a minute. "He would hit them. If these guys are getting knocked out by Tyson Fury - who's a great fighter, but not a huge puncher - Tyson would kill these guys. "They're not on the same level today. Most read in BoxingLive BlogAJ VS USYK Hearn talks up IMMEDIATE rematch, AJ eye socket injury...
    Key facts: A unique NFT to be auctioned will allow the winner to meet Tyson. The NFTs will be up for auction until August 23. The famous and controversial ex-boxer Myke Tyson, launched a colorful collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), based on the Ethereum blockchain, which are being auctioned on the OpenSea platform, from August 19 to 23. The NFT were made by digital artist Cory Van Lew, with the aim of “celebrating the iconic life and legacy of the toughest man on the planet, Mike Tyson”, as highlighted on the NFT website of the American boxer. The collection called «The Mike Tyson NFT Collection«, is a Van Lew’s performance with the best moments and images of Tyson of all time, including the famous ear bite of Evander Holyfield, during a fight in 1997. The first of the collectibles, called The Ultimate Mike Tyson, is a one-off NFT that will be up for auction. The winner of the auction may meet Tyson in person and do various activities with the boxerRanging from a boxing lesson, a visit to...
    DEONTAY WILDER's team are confident he'll rip the WBC heavyweight title from the clutches of a 'vulnerable' Tyson Fury later this year. The Bronze Bomber will bid to reclaim the belt he lost to Fury last February in an October trilogy fight in Las Vegas. 3Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will renew their rivalry on October 9Credit: AFP 3And Malik Scott is confident The Bronze Bomber will KO The Gypsy King third time aroundCredit: Getty Images - Getty Ahead of his third clash with The Gypsy King, Wilder, 35, has enlisted the help of old foe Malik Scott - who reckons the Brit has several holes in his game. He told Sky Sports: "They both have the power to hurt each other. "The difference is that Deontay has the power to knock you out. "Fury is undefeated but is vulnerable. That won't make sense to most humans. "He is an unbeaten fighter but is very beatable. He gives you an opportunity to hit him. "It is our job to take advantage of those opportunities. I believe Deontay will, and I...
    TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder's world title trilogy clash has been rescheduled for October 9. The WBC Gypsy King had to cancel the original July 24 date after he allegedly caught Covid-19. 1Tyson Fury beat Deontay Wilder in their second bout in February 2020Credit: Reuters The undefeated 32-year-old star has not confirmed or commented on his health and has been pictured with fans enjoying Sin City. And the 6ft 9in ace managed to catch enough breath to threatened the American with an even bigger battering than the February 2020 masterclass he dished out to the Bronze Bomber. “I wanted nothing more than to smash the big dosser on July 24, but I guess the beating will have to wait,” Fury said. “Make no mistake, I will be back and better than ever. We will fight Oct. 9, and I will knock him spark out!” Fury had a December 5 fight in London arranged that was cancelled when he could not agree on an opponent with his broadcasters on both sides of the Pond. So he will have been out of...
    FRANK WARREN is backing Alexander Povetkin to KO opponent Dillian Whyte for a second time. The Russian hardman defends his WBC interim title shot against the Brit in Gibraltar on Saturday night seven months after their initial scrap. 5Alexander Povetkin knocked Dillian Whyte out in their first encounterCredit: Mark Robinson Povetkin, 41, was floored twice by Whyte in their first bout before KO'ing Whyte with a brutal uppercut in the fifth round. And promoter Warren believes fans could see a repeat performance during the 'Rumble on the Rock.' Although he admitted Povetkin's battle with Covid in November, which forced their January fight to be postponed, could have an impact on the outcome. Warren told iFL TV: "I think what’s going to benefit Dillian is the fact that the fight has been pushed back for various reasons. "I think that does him a favour because going straight back into a rematch, which they were going to do what eight or ten weeks after the event, that wouldn’t have done him any favours. “That was a bad knockout that...
    Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua has been atop the list for dream clashes among boxing fans for a while now. The negotiations of this fight have made immense progress, and it is looking likely that this fight will take place in 2021. Due to this, the expert opinions around the fight have begun and the boxing world has started making its pick for the fight. Recently, the veteran Eric Molina, who fought the likes of Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, expressed his thoughts on this fight. Speaking to iFL TV, he said, “I could see Anthony Joshua knocking out Tyson Fury. I could see that happening. Because you look at a fighter like Tyson Fury, he does some things similar to me defensively that was able to get away from Wilder, which is to stay away from one or two big shots.” Molina drew comparisons significant comparisons between Deontay Wilder and Joshua. He asserted that Wilder landed huge shots by spreading his lead hand. And if the opponent is just not moving and covering it up, he’ll unquestionably suffer a...
    MIKE TYSON'S brutal power saw him win a Junior Olympics gold medal with an EIGHT-SECOND KO. He might have been only 15-year-old, but there was nothing 'tender' about how Tyson dealt with unlucky opponent Joe Cortez. 5Mike Tyson unleashed a terrific combo to batter Joe Cortez 5Cortez was castrate on the canvas after a blistering assault It saw him win gold at the 1981 Games in North Carolina, US. And it gave those watching a chilling insight into what was to come as Iron Mike went on to become one of the most ferocious boxers of all time. Teenage Tyson came out flying against Cortez, instantly dominating his opponent. A vicious right hook was followed by a shuddering left before ten seconds had gone, and Cortez was sprawled on the floor. The referee didn't even bother with a count and waved it all off. Boxing fans were treated to seeing the great man back in the ring in December when he fought in an exhibition against fellow Hall of Famer Roy Jones Jr. Their scrap was scored a draw, with...
    ‘The Gypsy King‘ Tyson Fury is one of the most colorful personalities in combat sports. Fury is outspoken and is always up for banter. In an interview with BT Sport Boxing, the heavyweight champion shared instances of some banter he has had with some of the other major sports personalities. One of the people Fury shares laughs with is none other than 2 time heavyweight king, Anthony Joshua. Once, after having a few beers, he prank-called AJ. “Well, I called him and sometimes I say ‘What’s happening AJ, how are you Mush?’ As usually. “Then we have a little bit of back and forth and I tell him I’m gonna knock him out. He tells me ‘I’m gonna knock you out’. And I said, ’After your last performance, Mush, you need a lot of improvement to knock me out.” Joshua was coming off his first career loss against Andy Ruiz Jr. at that time. But AJ seemed to take Fury’s banter in a light-hearted manner as well. “He has a little laugh. We have little laugh, bit of a banter...
    TYSON FURY has been backed to knock out Anthony Joshua in three rounds by Joseph Parker - who said 'it's a fight we must see'. Fury called out AJ to an undisputed title decider after his long-time rival stopped Kubrat Pulev in devastating fashion. 4Joseph Parker backed Tyson Fury to beat Anthony Joshua in three rounds Credit: Instagram @joeboxerparker 4Joshua set his sights on Fury after knocking out Kubrat Pulev And the Gypsy King promised it would take him just three rounds to beat Joshua and emerge as the division's No1. New Zealander Parker, who lost to AJ in 2018 and has built a close friendship with Fury, tipped the WBC champion to fulfil his prediction. He told iFL TV: "If he says it and he believes it, I'm sure he can." Both promoters of Joshua, 31, and Fury, 32, confirmed they will begin negotiations for the unification on Monday. And Parker, who lost the WBO belt against AJ in Cardiff, is hopeful the opposing teams can strike a deal. He said: "'It's a...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA could knock out Tyson Fury, according to the Gypsy King's uncle and former trainer Peter. Peter Fury was in attendance on Saturday night as his son Hughie beat Mariusz Wach on the AJ vs Kubrat Pulev undercard. Peter Fury reckons Anthony Joshua could knock out his nephew Tyson He then watched on as Joshua emphatically beat Pulev - knocking him out in the ninth with a devastating straight right. Focus immediately switched to next year's potential Battle of Britain between Joshua and Tyson. But Peter warned his nephew about the Londoner's devastating power. Asked for his thoughts on the unification bout, Peter said: "Be a great fight. “Both up for it, aren’t they. So it’ll be a great fight if it happens. Both have different styles though, Tyson is a totally different style to Pulev. “It would be a great fight. Those shots [AJ landed tonight] wouldn’t be landing on Tyson so clean. He’s an exceptional talent but if AJ can land, anyone is going down. “But the same for Tyson – he’s a puncher as well....
    ANTHONY JOSHUA and Tyson Fury's reps will begin negotiatons over a blockbuster heavyweight title unification fight on Monday. The long-awaited Battle of Britain moved a huge step closer to coming to fruition on Saturday night after unified heavyweight king Joshua decimated Kubrat Pulev. 3Eddie Hearn says negotiations over Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury will begin on MondayCredit: MATCHROOM BOXING 'AJ' knocked out the durable Bulgarian in the ninth round of their SSE Wembley Arena showdown, with a picture-perfect one-two combination closing the show. The dust hadn't even begun to settle on Joshua's triumphant homecoming when attention turned to a unification bout with Fury, the current owner of the WBC title. And the Olympian's promoter Eddie Hearn has revealed he'll get in contact with Fury's reps - Frank Warren and Bob Arum - on Monday to begin discussions over the biggest fight in British boxing history. The Matchroom Boxing chief said: "Starting from tomorrow, we make the Tyson Fury fight straight away. Most read in BoxingLive BlogAJ VS PULEV LIVE REACTIONJoshua back with a bang as he KOs brave Bulgarian in...
    It didn’t take long for WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury to have a response to Anthony Joshua’s impressive ninth-round knockout of Kubrat Pulev on Saturday.  As you can probably imagine, the words weren’t kind.  “Anthony Joshua just s— himself on live television,” Fury said. “He got asked if he wanted the fight and he went around the bushes.”  Following the knockout, Joshua said that it was his goal to collect all the titles and that if the person in the way was Fury, then “let’s do it.” MORE: Joshua dominates, obliterates Pulev with 9th-round KO to retain titles But Fury didn’t find that response acceptable and prodded the unified champion.  “I want the fight,” Fury continued. “I want the fight next and I’ll knock him out inside of three rounds. He’s a big bum dosser and I can’t wait to knock him out.” It appears that both sides are equally interested in the fight and there is an agreement in principle for it to take place in 2021. There are still two hurdles, however. One is Oleksandr Usyk, who is the...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has set his sights on fighting Tyson Fury next year in an undisputed title decider as he roared: 'I want all the belts'. Joshua sent out a message to his long time rival with FOUR knockdown against Kubrat Pulev as he closed out the show in round nine. 4Anthony Joshua has set his sights on fighting Tyson Fury next yearCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Fury was left unconvinced by AJ's call out Straight after the win, which capped off his return after a year out, the WBA, IBF and WBO champion was pressed on a fight with Fury. And Joshua responded: "Of course I want the challenge. "I want all the belts, if that happens to be Tyson Fury, then let it be." The WBC crown Fury won by dethroning Deontay Wilder in February remains the only piece left for AJ to win. And promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed he will start negotiations for the Battle of Britain as soon as possible. He said: "There has been a lot of talk, it is less talk and...
    Ryan Kavanaugh of Triller, the broadcaster showing the Mike Tyson v Roy Jones Jr fight, has insisted knockouts are allowed in their $11million (£10m)  fight despite claims to the contrary. The pair's highly-anticipated fight is due to take place over eight rounds on Saturday night in California and it had previously been reported that knockouts would not be allowed.  Both fighters are in their fifties, with a combined age of 105, leading to widespread concern about the safety issues which come with that. Mike Tyson will take on Roy Jones Jr on Saturday night with knockouts now reportedly allowed RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I was suicidal. It's like a drug that feeling of the... Lennox Lewis says Tyson Fury is 'a lot more dangerous' than... Tyson Fury pulled out of showdown with Carlos Takam in... Tributes flood in for 'Golden Boy' Maradona: Mike Tyson,... Share this article Share UFC boss Dana White expressed his shock at reports knockouts were off the table earlier this week. But Kavanaugh has sensationally dismissed...
    Former world champions- Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr, are elites who have hailed from two different weight classes. The duo has always been acknowledged for their variant abilities. ‘Iron’ Mike is known for his viciousness and knockout power that has entertained the boxing world for almost two decades. Meanwhile, Roy Jones Jr. is hailed as a defensive master and one of the best athletes to enter the ring. Thus, boxing pundits often consider them to be an antidote for each other. While both the veterans are finally locking horns in an ‘exhibition’ clash on November 28, David Haye has outlined a possible picture of the fight. The pugilist who retired in 2018 expects Tyson and Roy’s age to play a pivotal role in the fight. As per ‘Haymaker’, Roy Jones Jr. will enjoy several advantages and Mike Tyson might only get a mere 5-10 seconds to floor his opponent. Haye connected with Seconds Out to discuss the fight and left many surprised with his claims. ‘Haymaker’ said, “Roy Jones for eight 2-minute rounds or whatever they are boxing....
    Ahead of his high-voltage title fight against Joe Joyce on November 28, ‘Dynamite’ Daniel Dubois has been compared with Mike Tyson by his teammate and former champion David Haye. Considering Dubois’ young age and in-ring brutality, Haye claimed that he reminded him of Mike Tyson, who similarly saw glory at an early stage. Haye also claimed that the 23-year-old has the power to clear off the entire heavyweight division, including the current champions, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua. That said, Dubois has his first major test ahead where he will put his undefeated record at stake to grab the WBC silver heavyweight, vacant European heavyweight title, and Commonwealth (British Empire) heavyweight title. If he beats Joyce, ‘Dynamite’ Dubois will have a glorifying path ahead. Meanwhile, Joe Joyce is also undefeated and has an equally alarming resume. Having taken 10 of his 11 opponents with knockouts, Joyce presents a serious threat inside the ring. However, David Haye still rates Dubois over anyone for his youth. Speaking with Seconds out, ‘Hayemaker’ said, “The youth factor can’t be ignored. A 23-year-old man...
    The heavyweight division is currently staggered with umpteen matchups to determine the best in the unit. However, Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are in a league of their own, since they can bag a fight against each other by winning their upcoming contests. The much-anticipated British showdown has always been touted as the biggest event in the history of boxing. However, veteran promoter Bob Arum doesn’t see that happening. Joshua and Fury need to surpass their upcoming adversaries to secure the fight. The Top Rank promoter believes that Joshua will lose against Kubrat Pulev on December 12. That said, he has advised Tyson Fury to opt for the trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder if ‘AJ’ fails to defend his titles. It might be too early to predict, but Arum has appeared confident while making his picks. While most of the boxing community has written off the trilogy between Wilder and Fury, Bob Arum is optimistic about it. He has advised the fans to remain patient and see what happens. Bob Arum favors Kubrat Pulev over Anthony Joshua The 88-year-old...
    TERENCE CRAWFORD knocked out Kell Brook in round four to retain his WBO welterweight world title. The American pound-for-pound star - returning after a year out - started slow in the Las Vegas' empty MGM Grand. ???? LEFT NO DOUBT [email protected] stuns Kell Brook with a big right hand and wastes no time closing the show in Round 4. Goodness ... #CrawfordBrook pic.twitter.com/pvD56GdSdL— Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) November 15, 2020 But in round four, after a counter right hand, Brook was sent rocking back and handed a standing count. Despite fighting on, lethal finisher Crawford swarmed the challenger with a barrage of shots causing the fight to be stopped. Brook, fighting at welterweight for the first time since 2017, made a bright start and bossed the first two rounds with an expertly timed jab. He even threatened with straight right hands, as Crawford went in the southpaw stance to change up his game plan. By round three, the champion began to find his range and rhythm better, but Brook's jab was still causing him...
    Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua is perhaps the biggest fight to make in heavyweight boxing right now. There are several ways the fight can go down. However, Joshua’s promoter believes that there is only one inevitable outcome. Joshua and Fury have always been rumored to go against each other, citing it as the greatest heavyweight battle of the modern era. That said, the matchup is still far from materializing. Yet that hasn’t stopped the promoters from trying to find out a way. Matchroom Sport CEO Eddie Hearn has always been open to the matchup. It is a fight that will bring him a lot in the pot. But Hearn also believes that Joshua will defeat the undefeated ‘Gypsy King.’ Eddie Hearn puts his money on Anthony Joshua While interacting with IFL TV, Hearn has clarified that Joshua vs Fury is the biggest matchup in the history of boxing. The British promoter aims to earn more than $100 million from the event. “Is there a bigger fight in world boxing? Absolutely not. How much money is there when these...
    DILLIAN WHYTE looks in serious shape to ensure he remains WBC mandatory challenger after a stunning body transformation. The Body Snatcher has been shedding the pounds in Portugal ahead of his all-important bout with Alexander Povetkin on Saturday night. 6Whyte came in it at his career heaviest for his last bout Credit: Getty Images - Getty 6The heavyweight has been working out in Portugal over lockdown Whyte, 32, has spent his lockdown being put through his paces in the gruelling heat to ensure he works himself back into terrific shape. And he looks a far cry from his last scrap when he tipped the scales at a career-heavy 19st 5lbs. Whyte took the fight against Mariusz Wach on just three weeks notice and looked sluggish inside the ring despite scraping a unanimous point win. After months of hard work, Whyte has lost the extra fat and showed off his ripped figure with a picture on Instagram. He will need to be at his fearsome best to beat the former WBA champion at the weekend to land...
    Ed Orgeron, LSU Tigers. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images) LSU football coach Ed Orgeron has picked up a new hobby: boxing.Ed Orgeron was already in great shape, especially for someone who is 59-years-old, but now that he’s taken up boxing, he looks like he can go 12 rounds with Tyson Fury. Orgeron has found a new hobby during the coronavirus pandemic after being a fan of the sport all his life but never had the time to learn. Now, he has the time, and he’s proving to be a quick study. According to Ross Dellenger’s story on Orgeron’s new boxing hobby, he thinks it’s going to help him be a better football coach. For the reigning Coach of the Year who led LSU to an undefeated national championship season, that sounds promising for Tigers fans. “I have extra time now,” Orgeron told Sports Illustrated. “I get in there in the ring and I am the pupil. We go at it. He teaches me. It’s really good for me to see how it is to be the pupil again. It makes me...
    DEONTAY WILDER has always been bullish over whether or not he'd have beaten a prime Mike Tyson. Many believe Iron Mike, now 54, to be among the greatest heavyweight fighters to ever lace up the gloves. 3Deontay Wilder again claimed in February that he'd beat Mike Tyson in his primeCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 3Tyson is widely revered as one of the greatest heavyweights of all timeCredit: Getty Images - Getty But the Bronze Bomber has previously claimed that he would "kick the hell" out of The Baddest Man on the Planet. He told TMZ back in 2018: "Me vs Tyson in '86, I'd kick the hell outta that guy. "Listen, I've got to keep it real. I know people always go back to the old school or look at the new school and there's no school where I'm not No1 on Earth." The then-WBC heavyweight champ's fight with Tyson Fury finished in a controversial draw in December of that year. And in the week prior to this year's rematch between the pair, Wilder doubled down on his assertions that...
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