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When Deontay Phoned Fury

Hi Tyson, this is Deontay, I need you. I had to duck Joshua and so now I need a big fight to hide it. You and me can do it three times, first one I win split, then you win a split in London, then the last one will be ...

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Wilder-Fury Alliance Aims To Diminish and Discredit Joshua

By Scoop Malinowski It’s becoming clear now. This Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury Alliance has one major aim – to diminish, discredit and ultimately block Joshua out of the US market, while also chipping away at his gigantic profile in Great Britain. Joshua has a virtual monopoly in the UK, filling up ...

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Is Bernard Hopkins Contemplating A Comeback?

One of the greatest champions in the history of the squared circle has been spotted training in Miami, Florida this week. Bernard Hopkins, now 53, retired from boxing following his KO loss to Joe Smith in late 2016. But according to one of his Instagram accounts, Hopkins has been drawn ...

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Lennox Lewis Could Broker a Deal For Joshua vs Wilder

By Scoop Malinowski Lennox Lewis was the B side to Riddick Bowe back in 1993 when their superfight unification showdown was prime time however Bowe simply refused to take the risk. “Bowe did everything he could to avoid fighting me but I forced the situation. I did so by ordering ...

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My Theory: Wilder vs Breazeale was the plan all along

By Scoop Malinowski Covering the shady trickery and politricks of Al Haymon for a decade now I have a theory about this latest Deontay Wilder carnival of nonsense and bulljive. It’s all making sense now… Drum up big fake drama with Breazeale, push Fury to next year or way beyond ...

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Lennox Blaming Joshua for Wilder’s Ducking

By Scoop Malinowski Lennox Lewis is blaming Anthony Joshua for Deontay Wilder’s ducking of the heavyweight superfight of the decade. “Go order Eddie Hearn to make the fight with Deontay Wilder. Now is the moment when you must take charge of your own destiny. There is no question that it ...

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Hearn Baffled by Wilder’s Stupidity

  Eddie Hearn continues to make enormous offers to Deontay Wilder to fight Anthony Joshua for $15 million or $20m with a free $5m for a defense against a patsy. And $7-8m to fight Dillian Whyte or Dereck Chisora. Wilder continues his talking puppet act of lying saying it’s Joshua ...

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Thirty years after Molinares, Alvarez shocks the world in Atlantic City

  By Scoop Malinowski In late July 1988 at Convention Hall in Atlantic City, Tomas Molinares shocked the boxing world by knocking out WBA Welterweight¬† champion Marlon Starling with one punch at the very end of the sixth round, or as video evidence would later prove, milliseconds after the bell, ...

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Super Ring 10 Event in NYC on Sunday Sept. 23

  A very special event is coming to New York City on Sunday Sept 23, the Ring 10 eighth Annual Gala, which is a celebration of some of the greatest champions of the modern era as well as a fundraiser to help some of those fighters who are in need. ...

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War of Words: Kovalev vs Alvarez

  Kovalev (left) surveys his challenger Alvarez yesterday in Atlantic City.   Eleider Alvarez, WBO Light Heavyweight Contender “Good afternoon to all of you, First, I want to thank God for being able to actually be here. Thank you, HBO, Main Events, Kathy Duva, Groupe Yvon Michael, to the members ...

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