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Like I said, Fury vs Wilder II is not happening

  I told you a month ago that the Fury vs Wilder rematch is not happening next or for any time in the foreseeable future. The first fight was a choreograph to upgrade each of their value via the draw (and to try to discredit and devalue the real king ...

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More Al Haymon Media Manipulation

  By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon carefully protects his fighters from dangerous fights, you should all know that by now. If you don’t, maybe you need to re-enroll and do over elementary school. One of Haymon’s key defense mechanisms to protect his key fighters is to manipulate them to talk ...

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Mike Tyson Destroys Floyd Mayweather in 30 Seconds

By Scoop Malinowski Mike Tyson has had enough of Floyd Mayweather’s fraud act which has polluted the great sport of boxing for over a decade. The final offense by Mayweather that broke the camel’s back was when Floyd claimed he’s better than Muhammad Ali. Mike Tyson unleashed a ferocious combination ...

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2018 Ring Observer Awards

Fighter Of The Year: Oleksandr Usyk Honorable Mention: Vasyl Lomachenko, Anthony Joshua, Terence Crawford,  Callum Smith, Oleksandr Gvozdyk, Canelo Alvarez   Trainer Of The Year: Anatoly Lomachenko   Comeback Of The Year: Tyson Fury, ESPN Boxing Honorable Mention:  Manny Pacquiao,   Manager Of The Year: Egis Klimas Upset Of The Year: Alvarez TKO Kovalev ...

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Haymon Protecting Gervonta Davis From Tevin Farmer

By Scoop Malinowski Tevin Farmer has exposed how Al Haymon operates – identify his key asset boxers and then manufacture them to stardom via protection and um, well you know. Here is an interview exchange by Boxing Talk’s Greg Leon and the 28 year old IBF Super Featherweight champ from ...

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Biofile: Dereck Chisora Interview

By Scoop Malinowski   Status: Heavyweight contender. Ht: 6-0 Wt: 230 DOB: December 29, 1983 In: Zimbabwe Hobbies/leisure activities: “Cars.” Early boxing memory: “My first amateur fight.” Boxing heroes: “Floyd Mayweather Jr, Tyson, Ali, and Riddick Bowe.” First job: “Mechanic.” Current car: “A Smart.” Last book read: “Romeo and Juliet.” ...

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Joshua now begging Wilder to unify, Wilder ducking

By Scoop Malinowski Anthony Joshua is now admittedly BEGGING Deontay Wilder to unify the world heavyweight championship titles but the American hoax Wilder and his protectors Al Haymon and Shelly Finkel are in silent hiding in their mouse hole, scheming their next escape route.   If it’s not obvious by ...

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Biofile: John Scully Interview

  John “The Ice Man” Scully has done it all in boxing. He’s competed for a world light heavyweight title against Henry Maske in Germany, shared the ring with several all time greats, trained a world champion (Chad Dawson), commentated on fights for television, published articles about boxing in Boxing ...

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Max Schmeling’s Valuable Advice To All Boxers

  Max Schmeling from his autobiography by George Van Der Lippe: ”…From the very start of my career, it was clear to me that achievement was built on discipline. Accomplishment in sports demands the commitment of one’s entire self…morally, intellectually, and spiritually. Avoid alcohol, cigarettes, live life according to a stricter ...

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Fury Has Self Doubts, Leaves Door Open For Loss

By Scoop Malinowski What made former Heavyweight champion great was his unbreakable confidence and total self belief in his powers and skills. He talked with such supreme confidence that you just knew it was real. The great ones have that – Bernard Hopkins, prime Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Fury, that ...

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