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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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Wilder Successfully Ducks Joshua

By Scoop Malinowski Team Deontay Wilder has stalled and smokescreened their way to a successful duck of Anthony Joshua. After months of game playing, media manipulation and pretending to want to take the big money risk to fight Joshua, Team Wilder has finally been cornered and exposed. They sat on ...

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Biofile: Al Bernstein Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: SHOWTIME Boxing Analyst since 2003. ESPN Boxing Analyst from 1980-2003. NBC Olympic Boxing Analyst in 1992 and 1996. Author of 1978 book Boxing For Beginners. DOB: September 15, 1950  In: Chicago, IL First Boxing Memory:  “Was watching Sugar Ray Robinson and Wayne ‘Thunder’ Thornton and all ...

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1988 Scoop: Duran Threw The Rematch To Leonard

By Scoop Malinowski One of the first big boxing shows I ever attended was the February 5, 1988 Atlantic City tripleheader of Marlon Starling defending his WBA Welterweight title vs Fujio Ozaki, Mark Breland vs Juan Alonso Villa and a ten rounder featuring Roberto Duran vs Ricky Stackhouse. As Duran ...

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Team Wilder Did Not Foresee Joshua’s Rise To Power

By Scoop Malinowski The biggest fight in boxing is on the verge of being signed, if Deontay Wilder agrees to the contract he has in his hands from Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn but there are signs that one side is pretending to want to participate. ...

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The Thrill of Meeting A Boxing Great

  By Scoop Malinowski It’s always a thrill to watch a big fight but it’s an even greater rush of excitement to actually meet a super hero of the boxing world. We all remember our first encounters of being in the presence of a boxing legend – mine was as ...

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Alternative Compromises To Make GGG vs Canelo II

Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez are struggling to find a fair deal to make their rematch a reality. Alvarez wants his 65-35% split, which Golovkin agreed to for the original rematch contract which was canceled due to Alvarez’s double positive tests for using the illegal Clenbuterol performance-enhancing drug. Now Golovkin, ...

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How Wilder Gained By Extending The Joshua Negotiations

By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon, Shelly Finkel and Deontay Wilder never had any intention of fighting Anthony Joshua in a heavyweight unification fight this year. For many reasons, Wilder isn’t ready. He’s not talented enough, he’s not confident enough, his handlers aren’t confident enough to take the risk, and at ...

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My Theory: Why Joshua vs Wilder Must be Delayed

By Scoop Malinowski Both the Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder camps did their fair share of saber rattling for the last three months. But it was all media hype to help cultivate drama, buzz and chatter for the long term plan of building Joshua vs Wilder into a the mega ...

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