Tag Archives: Anthony Joshua

Tyson Fury Returns on June 9

Longtime British boxing promoter Frank Warren has announced that former lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (25-0, 19 KOs) will return to the ring on June 9

Diego’s Spit Bucket — Notes on Mayweather, Hurd-Charlo, GGG and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS boxing writer Diego Morilla.  Follow us every

Winning by Knockout Is the Ultimate Deodorant For a Fighter

If you want to erase the perception of you as a fighter just win your last fight by stoppage. Conversely, if you want your perception as a killer to be diminished, go the distance

Boxing 2018: Some Thoughts on the Powers That Be

We’re living in an age of vertical integration and corporate consolidation. The path to power in today’s economy lies through the merger of powerful economic interests.

Joshua-Wilder: The Fight that Everyone Wants to See That May Not Happen

Anthony Joshua-Deontay Wilder is the fight that everyone wants to see, a fight that both boxers are calling for, a […]

Random Thoughts on PEDs Cheats, Dithering Referees and More

Ranked No. 1 by both the WBA and WBO, totally dominated David Price, the former contender from England, en route to a fifth-round stoppage.

Joshua-Parker Was a Carbon of Lewis-Tua in More Ways than One

Anthony Joshua’s victory over uninspired Joseph Parker brought to mind another big fight that played out in a similarly monotonous fashion, generating no fireworks to the great

With Joshua-Wilder Now Close to a 50-50 Fight, It Must Be Next

This past weekend WBA/IBF heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua 21-0 (20) won a lackluster unanimous decision (118-110, 118-110, 119-109) over WBO […]

Fast Results from Cardiff: Joshua Outpoints Parker

When it was over, Joshua had a third strap to wrap around his waist, but the Kiwi achieved a moral victory of sorts by becoming the first man

Wilder Has Served; Can Joshua Return Serve?

For the year or so that WBA/IBF heavyweight titlist Anthony Joshua 20-0 (20) and WBC title holder Deontay Wilder 40-0 (39) have been merging towards colliding