Heading into today’s rematch between Tony “The Bomber” Bellew and David Haye at London’s O2 Arena, it was generally acknowledged that Haye had the better tools
For Tony Bellew, it was the signature win of his career – and for David Haye, it was the most frustrating and humiliating night of his career.
Roberto Duran Jr. Begins the Long Road to Emulate his Father
With an excessive media fanfare in spite of his young 27 years, Roberto Duran Jr. (pictured) made his professional boxing debut last weekend
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
Caesars Sports Pavilion in Las Vegas. (The WBO, which came into existence in 1988, did not crown its first cruiser champ, Boone Pultz, until Dec. 3, 1989.)
Squared circle and this week Andre Ward made some statements on Twitter that seemed to indicate he was seriously contemplating a comeback.
The second upset took place on March 4th 2017 when Tony Bellew TKOed former two division title holder David Haye in the 11th round.
I say he is due all props for taking this fight. That’s right. I salute the 41-year-old former unified heavyweight […]
I recently wrote that I have always had a special affinity for fighters from the United Kingdom. Maybe it has […]
Haye vs Bellew Slug It Out In London – London’s O2 Arena played host to Eddie Hearn and his Matchroom […]