Bang. He hit the ground with phenomenal power. Tyson Fury was down, but he was not out. This would be his litmus test, maybe even his crowning achievement, because getting up from a Deontay Wilder right hand is not your
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It’s been a long time since so much has been made of a heavyweight boxing result. Anthony Joshua had barely made his way back to his feet before the circus began. While last Saturday was far from a close contest,
“Wilder vs Fury headlines the Staples Center card on 1 December” by Broadway World (CC UP-DD 1.0) Somebody’s unbeaten run in pro boxing looks sure to come to an end in the Staples Center in Los Angeles on the night of
The wait is nearly over as the biggest and most anticipated heavyweight fight of the year heads to America this weekend, with Britain’s Tyson Fury stepping up to contest the reigning WBC titleholder, Deontay Wilder. It looked for all the
While Twitter polls mean very little in world championship matchmaking (see Mayweather, Khan, Maidana), Anthony Joshua’s latest attempt may place some unwanted pressure on Eddie Hearn. Prior to this poll, we have stated many times that we firmly believe Dillian
Before watching the debut of the new Ringside, I tweeted (more hopefully than naively) that I hoped a platform as big as Sky would use this show for the good of boxing, and not as a merciless Matchroom propaganda machine.