By Tim Royner: Provided that lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury wins his next fight against Tom Schwarz on June 15, the plan is for Tyson to then face WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in a rematch in the first quarter of next year in February, according to the Metro. Of course, the Wilder-Fury II fight… [Read More]
01 – Sam Langford 02 – Harry Greb 03 – Sugar Ray Robinson 04 – Henry Armstrong 05 – Ezzard Charles 06 – Bob Fitzsimmons 07 – Muhammad Ali 08 – Joe Gans 09 – Joe Louis 10 – Roberto… This content is protected
Two very similar men in styles, height, punching power, durability and willpower. How do you see this one playing out?
not sure if these are the best 4 cruisers ever but it is how I feel the Mount Rushmore of cruisers to be. how would this short round robin play out…feel free to use a rematch clause if you think… This content is protected
Evander Holyfield (cruiser version) and Archie Moore
Two great champions! One a power puncher and the other very durable. Could Braddock upset Foreman like Max Baer??? Klompton this threads for you!
Victory Sports and Entertainment are delighted to announce the signing of former Team USA standout Francisco Javier Martinez Currently undefeated in his first 5 professional contests, the Dallas Super Featherweight is looking forward to an exciting future under the guidance of Victory Sports and Entertainment chiefs Rick Torres and Mike Leanardi, who also have the… [Read More]
COSTA MESA (March 23, 2019)— Kubrat Pulev wanted to send a resounding message to the big names of the heavyweight division, and he did so by scoring an emphatic knockout victory in front of a sold-out crowd at The Hangar. After recovering from a flurry of punches that caused a dangerous cut on his left eyebrow… [Read More]
By Tim Royner: Dillian Whyte is disappointed with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury’s choice of opponent in Tom Schwarz for his next fight on June 15 on ESPN at the Thomas & Mack Center, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Whyte says Fury (27-0-1, 19 KOs) should be “ashamed” of himself in choosing guy so far beneath… [Read More]
In the main event: Charlie Edwards outclassed his Spanish rival Angel Moreno in every round of the 12. Defending his WBC flyweight title for the 1st time, Edwards was faster, more skilled and very hyped to win. His enthusiasm got the best of him as he tried out some showboating in the 4th round,… [Read More]