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Lennox Lewis vs. Anthony Joshua Feud Escalates

  It’s no secret that Lennox Lewis has sided with Deontay Wilder and Al Haymon in their heavyweight feud with Anthony Joshua.  Lewis has constantly favored the Wilder and Haymon side while constantly doling out cheap shots at Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn. From blaming Joshua for not pressing ...

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Five Questions For Lennox Lewis

Lennox Lewis is under fire for his relentless criticism of Anthony Joshua, while seemingly favoring Deontay Wilder and Al Haymon’s position, leading many to believe Lewis is a media manipulation shill for the Haymon PBC Wilder agenda. Maybe Lewis can shed light on the situation by answering these questions… How ...

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Prediction: No Wilder vs Fury Rematch

  By Scoop Malinowski My sixth sense says Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury won’t have the rematch of their December draw any time soon. Fury’s trainer is dropping hints of no rematch and Wilder is talking with a hollow confidence that sounds like he knows his boss Al Haymon doesn’t ...

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Kelly Pavlik Awed By Lomachenko vs Rigondeaux

By Scoop Malinowski According to former World Middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik, Saturday night’s clash of titans could be an ultimate zenith in boxing history. Vasyl Lomachenko vs Guillermo Rigondeaux is as great at is gets in boxing, or perhaps the all time greatest showdown of all fistic showdowns. “I think ...

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Joshua’s Emergence is Killing Wilder

By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon had it choreographed perfectly. He successfully manufactured Deontay Wilder all the way to an unbeaten record and the WBC Heavyweight title – with nothing but a series of mediocre, handpicked patsies fed to his franchise fighter. Everything was running smoothly and exactly how Haymon orchestrated ...

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War of Words: Hopkins vs De La Hoya

  By Scoop Malinowski   Before his famous super fight with Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, WBC/IBF/WBA Middleweight champion, uttered these “war of words” from his training camp in Miami: “The key to this fight is not going to be power. It is going to be one word…and that ...

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