Before a star studded crowd that included 2018 Hall of Fame inductees Vitali Klitschko, Erik Morales and Ronald “Winky” Wright, amongst others, Diego De La Hoya (21-0, 10 KO’s)
Tyson Fury 25-0 (18) returning to the ring this weekend after not fighting since November 2015, much has been written and mostly negative regarding his opponent Sefer Seferi 23-1 (21).
Last week, it was announced that Sefer Seferi (23-1, 21 KOs) will be the opponent for Tyson Fury (25-0, 18 KO’s) when Fury returns on June 9th from a nearly three year ring absence.
The International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, NY will soon be hosting its annual induction weekend which this year will take place from Thursday June 7th
but he fought a smart fight giving Klitschko doses of things he’d never been confronted with before and managed to get inside Wladimir’s head before and during the fight.
In this new section of The Sweet Science, we step back and take a critical look at the fights that took place on the previous weekend, we compare
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