Anthony Joshua-Deontay Wilder is the fight that everyone wants to see, a fight that both boxers are calling for, a […]
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Only at heavyweight is the impossible dream of eternal sporting resurrection possible. They threw money at the corpse of Mike […]
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Anyone with this handle has to be big, and the one I have in mind is very big and very fit with a prominent six-pack, visible vascularity in his biceps
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are at the top. After that, it’s anyone’s ballgame. Twenty-nine-year-old Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller (now 20-0-1, 18 KOs) wants the ball.
Deontay was ornery, uptight and focused on beating Stiverne by stoppage this time with the shadow of IBF/WBA champ Anthony Joshua hovering