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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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Broner Lowers Demands For Pacquiao Payday

Over a month ago, Adrien Broner made an outrageous demand of $100,000,000 to fight Manny Pacquiao. But the controversial former champion has severely lowered his demands and accepted a fight with Pacquiao for January of 2019. “It’s gonna be a hell of a fight,” Broner said during a press conference ...

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Haymon’s Cowardice Exposed If He Blocks Spence vs Crawford Now

By Scoop Malinowski Errol Spence vs Terence Crawford has been marinating for about a year now. But last weekend, the welterweight clash of titans officially became prime time and ready to be served to the public. The two 147 pound champions met face to face at a show in Oklahoma ...

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Tyson Fury Not Himself This Time

One of the qualities that made Tyson Fury the best heavyweight in the world, was his arrogance, biting insults of his competition, and cruel ability to identify and expose flaws of his opponent. Few can forget how Fury verbally abused and mocked Wladimir Klitschko’s supposedly boring style and his robotic, ...

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How Haymon Ruins Careers

Let me explain how Al Haymon ruins superstar boxers careers. We begin with Paul Williams, who became a major name with his electrifying win vs “the most avoided man in boxing” Antonio Margarito in Carson California in 2007. Williams won a thrilling action clash with Margarito and at 33-0 was ...

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Mayweather Handpicks a Featherweight Kickboxer from Japan

  Floyd Mayweather has un-retired again for, what is it, the tenth time now? The American fraud thinks the public wants to pay again to see him box against a controlled patsy. This time Mayweather has handpicked a Japanese featherweight kickboxer named Tenshin Nasukawa to serve as his hired punching ...

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Five questions about Wilder vs Fury

There are some odd elements to this Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder fight which don’t make sense…   1. What is the purse percentage split? Considering what a massive point of dispute the percentage splits were for Wilder vs Joshua, it’s mind boggling that the splits for Fury and Wilder ...

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