‘The Bodysnatcher’ felt the full force of Povetkin’s uppercut in what was a mesmerising fight. Is his shot at the WBC title fading away?
Image Credits: REUTERS/Steve Marcus The long-awaited WBC title fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder spectacularly delivered as the Brit was able to clinch the belt in a decisive and furious manner. In Pre-fight conferences […]
If there is one thing we’ve learned about Tyson Fury “the Gypsy King” over the past few years, it’s that he is a man of his word. In 2015 when Fury took on reigning unified […]
Image Credit- Itv To say that the past few years have been eventual for Leeds’ very own Josh Warrington would be an understatement. In 2018 the featherweight fighter and University of Leeds alumni defeated Lee […]
Image Credit- CBS Sports Fury and Wilder return to the ring this Saturday, for what promises to be a tantalising fight. On 1st December 2018, at the Staples Centre L.A, the boxing world enjoyed one […]
Image Credit- Business Insider Conor McGregor’s long anticipated return marked his first bout in over a year, with fans of both him and the sport as a whole eagerly waiting for Bruce Buffer to declare […]
Image credit- Tokyo 2020 All thirty six referees which were involved in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil have been banned from officiating at the Olympics in Tokyo next year. The IOC (International Olympic Committee) made […]
Image credit- CBS Sports On November 9th , KSI- real name Olajide Olatunji, brought his rivalry with Logan Paul to an end with a split decision win in their highly anticipated boxing rematch at The […]
Image Credit- CBS Sports Four years ago, Canelo Alvarez lost his WBA, WBC and The Ring light middleweight titles to the legendary Floyd Mayweather Jr. In the four years since that loss, Mexico’s star boxer […]
The highly-anticipated final of the Super Lightweight World Boxing Super Series between Scotsman Josh Taylor and American Regis Prograis takes place at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday night. Although it is obviously attracting most of the headlines as any unification fight between two undefeated world champions would do, it’s important to remember what else Saturday’s bill has to offer – including two potentially career-ending domestic dust-ups.
Image Cred: theguardian.com When Patrick Day and Charles Conwell faced each other on Saturday 12th October, it was supposed to be one of the most memorable nights of their lives so far. Both fighters had […]
Saturday night’s bout with Ukrainian Sergiy Derevyanchenko at Madison Square Garden was the first title fight Kazakhstan’s Gennady Golovkin has had since his decision loss to Mexico’s Canelo Alvarez in September 2018. In addition to winning back the IBF and IBO middleweight titles, the latter of which he lost to Canelo in his only loss to date, Golovkin wanted to make a statement in this fight. That statement was that he is still a world class fighter despite being 37, which is around the age most boxers consider retirement. He certainly demonstrated this with his first round knockdown of Derevyanchenko, whose only loss to date was against Daniel Jacobs, but was unable to repeat this for the remainder of the fight.