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21 Apr 19
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21 Apr 19
Conan Daily

Terence “Bud” Crawford, 31, of Omaha, Nebraska, United States is still the World Boxing Organisation World Welterweight Champion. Recently, he and Amir “King Khan” Khan, 32, of Bolton, England headlined the inaugural pay-per-view event under the Top Rank on ESPN banner. On April 20, 2019, Khan challenged Crawford at the Madison Square Garden, New York, USA. […]

21 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

White rhinoceros Allen knocked out Browne in London 👤NotiFight 🕔20.April 2019 Follow @NotiFight British heavyweight David "White Rhinoceros" Allen extended his victories to four in a row by knocking out the third world heavyweight champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA), the Australian Lucas "Big Daddy" Browne, in the third round. the main battle of […]

20 Apr 19
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– Anthony Joshua will no longer fight Jarrell Miller on June 1 in his US debut –Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed a new opponent will be named next week – He insists Miller failing a second test for banned substance is ‘disgusting’ Anthony Joshua will fight a new opponent on June 1 after America’s Jarrell […]

20 Apr 19
COMM 320 final project

The first example I am going to discuss is something that is very prevalent in society and is still a massive topic of discussion all around the world. The words “women” and “men” have traditionally held different characteristics that society has placed on them.  It has always been thought that women are associated with being […]

20 Apr 19
Metro
Crawford defends his welterweight WBO title against Khan (Picture: Reuters) Amir Khan needs more than a Tyson Fury-esque performance to beat Terence Crawford on Saturday night in New York. Khan’s got one problem and that’s his defence, that’s really it. Unfortunately, he’s in with the best American fighter out there. You can’t knock his heart, Amir Khan fears no one. I understand why he’s doing it. Why fight Kell Brook when you can go and fight in America against Crawford and make more money? But it’s a tough, tough fight. The more I look at it, the more I feel Khan will struggle and I just can’t see him winning. I’ve been following Crawford a long time and he’s a brilliant, once in generation fighter. There’s no doubting Khan’s heart, he’s always been game. His fighting spirit, in my opinion, has always been his greatest strength, and his greatest weakness. He’s got fast hands and reflexes, but I believe even a peak Khan wouldn’t be able to beat Crawford. Crawford is just one of those special fighters, he will stand out as the best of his generation. We’re blessed to have Crawford and Vasyl Lomachenko in the same era. Crawford is unbeaten and a three-weight world champion (Picture: Getty) Anthony Crolla is a nice guy and a great bloke, but he never had a chance against Lomachenko who is probably the best fighter I’ve seen since Sugar Ray Leonard, he might even be better. Crolla is a brave fighter and has put so much into his career, but he never won a single second of any round. Lomachenko absolutely destroyed him. I hope Crolla got paid well, and I would never have a go at him for taking the fight. Fighters want to fight the best and be the best. It’s all good being paid, but when it’s all done you want to be able to remember what bank the money’s in. I don’t like those fights, especially for British guys travelling to America. Rocky Fielding was another example against Canelo Alvarez last year… you don’t just lose these kind of fights, you get hurt. Those are the fights that come back to haunt you when you’re older. Crolla suffered a crushing defeat to Lomachenko (Picture: Getty) With many of our fighters heading to America, there’s a vacuum in the UK right now, particularly in the heavyweight scene. Daniel Dubois is the perfect guy to step into that vacuum. Dubois, along with his rivals Joe Joyce and Nathan Gorman, can fill the void. We can match all of them together too. There’s a changing of the guard at the moment in the UK, I think. The Brits get behind their fighters, and a top British fighter like Dubois can become their new heavyweight star. I really believe Dubois can become a world champion and sell out stadium fights, but you have to remember he’s started basically from scratch having had no real amateur career. He’s had very little experience. Going to the Olympics is huge for any fighter turning pro, not only because of the experience it gives you, but your profile goes through the roof. Dubois has his eye on several British rivals (Picture: Getty) It would be a real travesty if boxing is axed from the Games. The International Boxing Association have made changes at the top, so let’s hope that will be enough to convince the International Olympic Committee to include boxing at Tokyo 2020. Away from boxing, watching Tiger Woods win the Masters was a bit like watching Tyson Fury rise from the dead. He’s been through a lot, most of it through his own making, but it shows you the measure of the human spirit. If you keep going, miracles can happen. [metro-zone-post-strip]
20 Apr 19
Revolution

Whoever loses Saturday night’s welterweight title fight at Madison Square…

20 Apr 19
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This time, for sure: there will be no fight between Jarrell Miller and Anthony Joshua. The American has undergone a second positive doping control, announced Friday the promoter of the British, WBA champion, WBO and IBF heavyweight, he had to face June 1 in New York. "We received information from VADA that Jarrell Miller tested […]

20 Apr 19
Fight News 365

It isn’t ideal circumstances for a fighter to board a flight alone across the Pacific Ocean after his trainer was denied a visa. That’s the situation John Riel Casimero found himself in when he took off from Manila to Los Angeles a week before his fight this Saturday in Carson, California, without long-time trainer Jhun […]

20 Apr 19
Standing-8

ROBERT EASTER JR. TOLEDO MEDIA DAY QUOTES & PHOTOS Easter Joined by Easter Bunny at Media Day in Hometown Ahead of Sunday Holiday   Former Champion Easter Battles Former Two-Division Champion Rances Barthelemy Saturday, April 27 Live on SHOWTIME® from The Chelsea Inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and Presented by Premier Boxing Champions   […]

20 Apr 19
Standing-8

DANNY GARCIA VS. ADRIAN GRANADOS FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE QUOTES & PHOTOS Former Two-Division Champion Garcia Battles All-Action Contender Granados in Premier Boxing Champions on FOX & FOX Deportes Main Event This Saturday Night from Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California – 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT Photo Credits-  from Sean Michael Ham/Mayweather Promotions LOS […]

19 Apr 19
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David Allen 244 pounds, Lucas Browne 248.5 in London 👤NotiFight 🕔19.April 2019 Follow @NotiFight British heavyweight David Allen will face former World Boxing Association (WBA) champion, Australian Lucas "White Rhino" Browne, in the main event of a billboard to be held this Saturday at the O2 Arena in Greenwich , London, United Kingdom. The billboard […]

19 Apr 19
FightBook MMA

[su_custom_gallery source=”media: 73874″ limit=”16″ target=”blank” width=”400″ height=”280″ title=”never”] CRAWFORD vs. KHAN is a 12-round fight for the WBO welterweight championship of the world, presented by Top Rank in association with Matchroom Boxing and Khan Promotions. The event is sponsored by Geico. CRAWFORD vs. KHAN will take place Saturday, April 20, beginning at 9 p.m. EST/6 […]

19 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Do not miss any action. Sign up for the free BN newsletter. Here The world's leading coach believes Amir Khan can annoy Terence Crawford – even though he considers the American the best fighter in the world. Khan challenges the big WBO welterweight champion on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York, which could […]