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    Looks a right fat bastard - surely never gonna make it back down to 147-150 ?
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    Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua makes his United States debut on June 1st when he takes on the undefeated Jarrell Miller at Madison Square Garden! Warrrrrrrr Biggggggggggg Baaaaabyyyyyy
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    I would take a few weeks off the juice, dude. That back acne is not a cool look.
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    Week 7 Times are local to event unless stated otherwise Tuesday, February 19 Moscow, Russia – Shamo Boxing (Youtube) Varazdat Mkrtchyan-Varazdat Chernikov Friday, February 22 Flemington, Victoria, Australia (epicentre.tv – 19:30) Caparello-Dessaix WBA Oceania Light Heavyweight Title Ekaterinburg, Russia (Boets – 15:00) Abdullaev-Martinez Budakalasz, Hungary (Hungary Sport-1) Zakirov-Cota vacant IBO International Super Welterweight Title Kissimmee, Florida, USA (USA Telemundo – 11:35PM ET) – Boxeo Telemundo Alamo-Mendez Saturday, February 23 Santa Fe, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports – 23:00) – Boxeo de Primera Quintana-Bermudez Baja California, Mexico (Sky Sports UK Main Event & Sky Sports UK Action 00:00 | DAZN – ? time) Rios-Soto London, England (ITV Box Office – 7PM) DeGale-Eubank, Jr. vacant IBO World Super Middleweight Title Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Dirrell-Yildirim undercard (Fox Sports 2 – 8PM ET) Dirrell-Yildirim (USA – Fox Sports 1 – 10PM ET | Poland – Canal+ – 21:00) Mexico – Televisa – 10:30PM CT - Unknown Sunday, February 24 Poznan, Poland (Poland PolSat Sport HD, Poland PolSat Sport Extra – 13:00) Chudecki-Kuzakhmedov
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    MARCOS MAIDANA SIGNS MULTI-FIGHT DEAL WITH PBC, PLANS TO RETURN TO WELTERWEIGHT Marcos Maidana announced Friday night that he’s coming out of retirement. The 35-year-old signed a multi-fight deal with Premier Boxing Champions, according to industry sources, and will return this summer. Maidana will once again train with Robert Garcia in Riverside, California, sources said. The former two-division champion hasn’t competed since 2014 when he suffered consecutive defeats to Floyd Mayweather. The Argentine is expected to end a nearly five-year layoff this summer with a comeback fight against limited opposition that will pay him seven figures, possibly at 154 pounds, according to sources. After that, Maidana is expected to return to welterweight. First, he’ll have to cut a tremendous amount of weight. The second fight of his pact with PBC could pit him in a rematch with Adrien Broner, per sources. Maidana upset Broner in 2013 and earned him a crack at Mayweather. Maidana (35-5, 31 knockouts) gave Mayweather all he could handle in their first meeting to set up a lucrative rematch. Mayweather outpointed him again, this time in more convincing fashion. Maidana announced his retirement two years later. Assuming Maidana indeed returns to 147 pounds, as expected, there’s a wealth of interesting fights for him with PBC stacked in the welterweight division.
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    Im not getting how Brezeale was put in as mandatory for Wilder, when he is ranked 3rd and Whyte is number 1; this will make things a little clearer!!
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    Surely the worst boxer of a phenomenal 2012 Olympics team for the Yanks.... ? https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Boxing/2012-Olympic-Team.aspx
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    Its a shame that Wilder was such a coward, we could have been looking at unifiction in April!!