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    http://kwese.espn.com/video/clip?id=24684582 In his Instagram video, the 41-year-old Mayweather said he would come out of retirement to fight Pacquiao in December. He also included the following caption: "I’m coming back to fight Manny Pacquiao this year. Another 9 figure pay day on the way."
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    Khan looked like a bag-of-shyte. Had to take his underpants off to make the weight. Avoided and swerved all honest answers regarding a big stadium Kell brook showdown too post-fight. I think Khan will push for a poss match up with Pacroid and retire. As he will surely get filled in... Eggington made a twat of himself by mouthing off on the Sky sports hype show JD Ringside the day before how he was looking forward to appearing on the AJ card and then got legged-up on a banana skin. best fight of the night was Welborn-Langford ll.
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    With Porter's style Garcia will be forced to fight more than he would like to, the best man will win.
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    Fox needs fights now that the UFC is heading to ESPN. Will be interesting to see how it works out.
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    Uncle Al, at it again BREAKING: PBC, FOX FINALIZE MULTI-YEAR DEAL; NETWORK WILL PROVIDE LARGE BUDGET When Al Haymon formed Premier Boxing Champions in early 2015, his vision was simple: buy television time on major networks, and in a few years, flip the model and receive license fees in return. As PBC’s deal with ESPN and NBC expired, with nothing to show for it, it appeared Haymon’s ambitious plan abjectly failed. Not so fast. Haymon maintained a relationship with Fox, a network he made time-buys with, and his strategy worked. PBC and Fox have finalized a long-term deal for fights to appear on both Fox and FS1 with an annual boxing budget that eclipses $60 million, multiple sources told The Ring. The deal, which will be announced Tuesday, will kick off in December; the agreement calls for 10 championship-level fights on Fox, with at least another 12 shows on FS1. That’s to be added to Showtime’s existing budget, also estimated at over $60 million. Meanwhile, Eddie Hearn, who runs U.K.-based promotional company Matchroom and recently announced a wide-sweeping deal with online streaming service DAZN, is estimated to have an annual budget of $125 million.
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    WEEK 36 Wednesday Sept 5th Amphitheatre, Grozny, Russia (Russia Boets) Umar Salamov vs Denis Libau 12 rounds,vacant IBF European Light Heavyweight Title, vacant WBC International Light Heavyweight Title Dmitry Kudryashov vs Mauricio Barragan 10 rounds, cruiserweights + undercard Friday Sept 7th Flemington, Victoria, Australia (Australia epicentre.tv and Australia w*w.liveboxing.com.au ) Jayde Mitchell vs Kerry Foley 10rounds, vacant IBF Pan Pacific Super Middleweight Title, OPBF Super Middleweight Title, interim WBA Oceania Super Middleweight Title + undercard Chelyabinsk, Russia (Russia Boets & RCC WEB-DL ?) Zaur Abdullaev vs Henry 'Hank' Lundy 12 rounds, WBC Silver Lightweight Title Denis Lebadev vs Hizni Altunkaya 10 rounds, cruiserweights + undercard Cardiff, Wales, UK Liam Williams vs Edwin Palacios 8 rounds, middleweights + undercard Saturday 8th Sept Bendigo, Victoria, Australia (USA ESPN+, Australia w*w.liveboxing.com.au ) Andrew Moloney vs Luis Concepcion 10 rounds, WBA Oceania Super Flyweight Title Tim Tszyu vs Marcos Jesus Cornejo 10 rounds, super welterweights + undercard Zagreb, Croatia (Germany Sport-1 & Poland TVP) Filip Hrgovic vs Amir Mansour 10 rounds,vacant WBC International Heavyweight Title Ema Kozin vs Irais Hernandez 10X2 vacant WBC Silver Female Super Middleweight Title + undercard Ho, Ghana Joseph Agbeko vs Ekow Wilson 12 rounds, WBO Africa Bantamweight Title + undercard Arena Birmingham, Birmingham, Warks, England (UK Sky Sports) Amir Khan vs Samuel Vargas 12 rounds, super welterweights Jason Welborn vs Tommy Langford #2 12 rounds, BBBofC British Middleweight Title + extensive undercard Forum, Inglewood, Calif, USA - "Superfly B.A.D" (USA HBO Sports) Juan Fransisco Estrada vs Felipe Oracuta 12 rounds, superfly Donnie Nietes vs Aston Palicte 12 rounds, vacant WBO World Super Flyweight Title Kazuto Ioka vs McWilliams Arroyo 12 rounds, WBC Silver Super Flyweight Title + undercard Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY, USA (USA Showtime, UK Boxnation, Argentina TyC Sports, Poland Canal+) Danny Garcia vs Shawn Porter 12 rounds, vacant WBC World Welterweight Title Yordenis Ugas vs Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo 12 rounds, welterweights + undercard
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    THIS JUST IN! Former welterweight champions Danny "Swift" Garcia and "Showtime" Shawn Porter are set to battle for the vacant WBC 147-pound world title on September 8th, live on Showtime. The title was previously held by Keith Thurman who vacated due to a lengthy rehabilitation from an elbow injury.