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Wilder Update

This sounds like it could be the year of the Furys, if indeed this rumor plays out, and cousin Hughie Fury gets a crack at WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder. We already know that long tall Tyson will get his cracks at crowns when he gloves up with acknowledged king of the class Wladimir Klitschko in October. I checked in with Bronze Bomber co manager and co trainer Jay Deas to sign off on that grapevine chatter, that Hughie was offered a Wilder bout. "No idea (if Hughie had been contacted)," Deas told me. "Keep in mind matchmakers call...

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Trey Lippe-Morrison joins forces with Freddie Roach!

Tulsa, OK (August 4, 2015) – Heavyweight knockout king Trey Lippe-Morrison is now training under Freddie Roach at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles. A seven-time Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) Trainer of the Year, Roach's resume is amongst the greatest in history. During the last quarter century, Roach trained countless greats including Manny Pacquiao, Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, Mike Tyson, Wladimir Klitschko, James Toney, Michael Moorer, Ruslan Provodnikov Amir Khan and Guillermo Rigondeaux amongst others. In 2012,...

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P.B.C. on ESPN’s García vs. Malignaggi Delivers Largest Boxing Audience on ESPN Since 1998

The second edition of ESPN’s Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN presented by Corona Extra (PBC on ESPN) series—featuring Danny García vs. Paulie Malignaggi and Daniel Jacobs vs. Sergio Mora—on Saturday, Aug. 1, delivered the largest boxing audience on ESPN since 1998 (5/22/98 Bronco McKart vs Ronald Weaver). An average audience of 1,073,000 viewers (P2+) watched the event – up 34 percent and 55 percent among P25-54 from the July 11 PBC on ESPN event. The telecast also peaked during the main event with nearly 1.5 million viewers...

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Mayweather Will Fight Sept. 12 on PPV, No "Freebie" Fight

TUESDAY UPDATE: Indications are that the Floyd's next is on PPV is still the working plan, someone who should know told me...and we should get final word on that from the only source that matters, "TBE" himself, by this weekend, I am told. As best as I can tell, some folks in positions of power think the "freebie" fight is the best plan, being that fans have wallet fatigue, and many felt stung by the high sticker price of #MayPac, made more hurtful by the fact that Manny didn't compete all that well. Thus, it'll not be easy to sell Floyd on...

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FLOYD MAYWEATHER TO FACE ANDRE BERTO SATURDAY, SEPT. 12 AT MGM GRAND GARDEN ARENA LIVE ON SHOWTIME PPV® TWO ADDITIONAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTS HIGHLIGHT ACTION-PACKED PPV QUADRUPLEHEADER ALL ACCESS: MAYWEATHER VS. BERTO PREMIERES AUGUST 28 ON SHOWTIME® LAS VEGAS (Aug. 4, 2015) – In what is expected to be the final fight of his illustrious 19-year career, boxing superstar and pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather (48-0, 26 KOs) will put his undefeated record and WBC and WBA Welterweight World Championships on the line...

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Paulie Malignaggi: It’s Over

It began in Brooklyn and it ended in Brooklyn. Fourteen years ago, on a perfect summer night, a young man named Paulie Malignaggi made his professional boxing debut at Coney Island’s KeySpan Park with a first-round knockout of Thadeus Parker. Like all young fighters, Malignaggi harbored dreams of glory. Some of those dreams came true; others didn’t. On August 1 at Barclays Center (an arena that didn’t exist when Paulie turned pro), those dreams came to an end. Malignaggi fought the odds throughout his career and had championship runs...

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Deontay Wilder Is In Love

Boxing loves a rare few back. Even the most popular fighters of all-time are seldom universally loved, and those that are hardly last that way. Even the most iconic figure in boxing history, Muhammad Ali, has a fair number of detractors. But it doesn’t stop fighters from being in love with what they do, and WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is a man in love withhis craft. “I’m excited about boxing,” said Wilder. “I’m in love with boxing. And I take it seriously. It’s on my mind constantly. They say you have to...

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Antonio Tarver looking through Steve Cunningham on historic run

Antonio Tarver looking through Steve Cunningham on historic run Friday night, Aug. 14 in Atlantic City, PBC on Spike TV MIAMI (August 4, 2015) - Five-time world champion Antonio "Magic Man" Tarver(31-6, 22 KOs) will be looking through - not past - former two-time IBF championSteve "USS" Cunningham (28-7, 13 KOs) on Friday night, Aug. 14, in their 12-round heavyweight showdown at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. WBA #9 Tarver vs. IBF #6/WBC #14 Cunningham is the main event on a Premier Boxing Champions series show airing live on...

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Verdejo Healing Well

He won his step up fight and whetted appetites with his pop and prowess at MSG. Then he dealt with a hiccup, a bone spur and some surgery. So, how is Felix Verdejo holding up? When will the Top Rank young gun get back to proving what his backers think, that he can walk in the footsteps of Miguel Cotto. And maybe make his own bigger ones... "Felix' recovery is going pretty well and he has already started training after his successful left hand surgery," handler Gardy Lopez told TSS. Three weeks ago he started running six days a week and two...

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Klitschko – Fury: Mind Games, Round One

DUSSELDORF - “Some things are always the same at these press conferences, but some things are also always new,” said Wladimir Klitschko at some point during the extended conversation, some incendiary, between he and Tyson Fury at their initial media gathering. That statement is quite true, and in this instance some of those new things cast a better illumination on what to expect from each personality as the Klitschko - Fury saga unfolds. It seemed appropriate that the participants emphasized mental aspects of their contest, which...

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