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Could Fury vs Wilder be an inside job?

By Scoop Malinowski Could Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder be an inside job? I’m suspicious how suddenly this fight has popped up. It has also been suspicious how Fury has taken Wilder’s side in the Joshua vs Wilder negotiations. Fury is no dope, he has to know the truth – ...

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Ring Observer Wiretaps Haymon Finkel Wilder Secret Meeting

  This is a parody satire essay of the machinations behind the Deontay Wilder ducking of Anthony Joshua by his protectors Al Haymon and Shelly Finkel… Shelly Finkel: We are almost through this. We just need to keep pushing our story in the media, continue asserting it’s Joshua and Hearn ...

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Pacquiao Can’t Trust Arum Anymore

By Scoop Malinowski The Manny Pacquiao-Bob Arum alliance lasted over a decade and produced one of the most illustrious careers in ring history. But for all intents and purposes, that relationship appears to be over. Because there has been a breach of trust. Bob Arum’s interests are not the same ...

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Wilder’s Latest Duck Strategy To Avoid Joshua

By Scoop Malinowski Now that Deontay Wilder and his team have dodged Anthony Joshua for 2018 by refusing to sign Eddie Hearn’s $20m contract, there is still plenty of work (ducking) to do, because Hearn and Joshua are still pushing and making offers to set the fight for April 2019. ...

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Could Manny Pacquiao Be The Greatest?

  By Scoop Malinowski   Manny Pacquiao might be the greatest fighter of all time. Manny Pacquiao saved boxing from the boring, dreariness of the Mayweather reign. Manny Pacquiao won’t get these credits by the media but whoever counted on the mainstream media to get the story straight? At 39, ...

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Oscar: Prime Pacquiao Kills Floyd

By Scoop Malinowski Oscar De La Hoya fought both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao in their respective primes and suddenly has decided to express his thoughts on what would have happened had Floyd and Manny tangled in their primes in 2010. De La Hoya was asked by Inquirer.net about if ...

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Boycotting Wilder is the only way to force Wilder vs Joshua

By Scoop Malinowski Astute ring observers will not fall for the repeated lies and fakery by Deontay Wilder and his team. Astute ring observers can see the truth through the haze of lies, smoke & mirrors and deception. Al Haymon, Shelly Finkel and Deontay Wilder know they are not ready ...

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Why Won’t Team Wilder Pressure Joshua With More Offers?

By Scoop Malinowski Now that Team Wilder have rejected Eddie Hearn’s contract offer after sitting on it for almost two weeks with the WBA breathing down everybody’s necks, the result is the cancellation of hopes of seeing Wilder vs Joshua this year. The WBA wanted a deal after waiting three ...

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Team Wilder Hoping Joshua Loses Like Lennox Did

By Scoop Malinowski The latest is Deontay Wilder is now killing the showdown with Anthony Joshua forever by now demanding a ridiculous 50-50 split. This is a fight killer, this is a message to Joshua and Eddie Hearn to leave us alone and go away, please go away. The American ...

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No Class Wilder is a Heavyweight Shame

By Scoop Malinowski The empty pot makes the most noise. The scared dog barks the loudest. Deontay Wilder is screaming like a maniac now after defrauding and deceiving his way to ducking the heavyweight super fight vs Anthony Joshua, almost exactly like Mayweather faked his way out of facing Manny ...

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