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  1. What's a brotha gotta do to get his shout access reinstated? Apparently I am banned but not for any valid reason.

    1. GRIM


      What you got to do is what you did, I was not aware. Stand by Ill fix this.

    2. JoshB


      It looks like I'm fully operational, good looking Grim.

    3. GRIM


      No worries m8 :tup 

  2. Andre Ward indicated after stopping Sergey Kovalev Saturday night that he’s now 2-0 against the Russian and will next be looking toward other challenges to float his professional boat. He teased post-fight that he’d maybe try cruiserweight or heck, why not, heavyweight. From 175 to 200-plus pounds, probably not a bridge too far for such a skilled ring wizard, depending on the right matchup. (Cough Joseph Parker cough…) But more than a few fans are of the mind that Ward would be challenged by another standout at 175 pounds, the Haiti-born Canadian resident Adonis Stevenson. He’s been doing his thing on a track opposite to Ward, who’s attached to HBO. Stevenson, the WBC titleholder, looked mighty sharp and dangerous and showed, again, that his left hand is as filthy as exists in the sport when last month he smashed up Andrzej Fonfara. And Adonis makes clear that he’s game to take the step up in class to the Ward sphere, which is to say, stepping to the line regarded by many as the best active P4P pugilist in the ranks. Adonis, you want Ward? “Al gonna take care of it,” Stevenson told me. So, has Adonis talked with advisor Haymon about a tango with the Oaklander? “Yes, I talk to him,” Adonis stated. OK, so, say he gets a Ward fight, if walls can come down and bridges does he handle Ward? “Ha,” he said, “you will see!” Noted… But Ward is a defensive master! “Is not a problem, defense,” the 29-0 KO collector said. And then, Adonis returned to familiar terrain. “I let Al take care of it,” he said. My take: I put it to you, friends. Indulge this exercise as purely theoretical, until if and when we see fruit from this germ of a seed. What happens in a Ward v Stevenson fight? BY MICHAEL WOODS
  3. 3G > I will breaaak you!
  4. Rick Ross finally dropped the weight and ready to fight.
  5. Dam were both MMA fighters boxing? it looked that way to me from their lack of boxing movements and ring generalship. To tell you the truth this fight should have been stopped ASAP. RIP.
  6. Medical student becomes first woman in Texas to wear a hijab in USA Boxing competition Since USA Boxing dropped its religious headgear ban in April, the sport’s doors have opened to many Muslim women who want to enter the ring and make history. Last weekend, Madeeha Mian was one of the first pioneers in the sport as she became the first athlete in Texas to ever wear a hijab during a USA Boxing sanctioned fight, KBTX-TV reported on Tuesday. Mian competed in the Texas Women’s Boxing Championship by Gulf Women of Strength at College Station. The medical student from Texas A&M had only picked up the sport nine months ago, but she has always been drawn to the sport from watching her brother fight in elite competitions. USA Boxing’s revised rules will not be in effect until June, but the tournament allowed Mian to fight with a religious exemption. “Doctors haven’t seen any reason why they shouldn’t wear it,” Michael Campbell, the President of Gulf Boxing Association, told KBTX-TV. “I think boxing mimics society and as society changes and evolves boxing is going to follow it as well and make rule changes that accommodate its athletes.”
  7. well the speculations are over, I guess they are going to be fighting. 50 and 0 it is then. Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. and MMA superstar Conor McGregor announced they would be fighting on Aug. 26 in what promises to be one of the most intriguing matchups in fight history. Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports first reported the fight had been agreed to by both Mayweather and McGregor. Mayweather then confirmed on Instagram. Dana White said on Instagram that the fight will be at 154 pounds and take place at T-Mobile Arena, per Mayweather, 40, retired from boxing in Sept. 2015 after defeating Andre Berto and moving to 49-0 in his professional fighting career. But he continued to hint at a possible return to the ring and told in May 2016 that he was considering a bout against an MMA fighter. That fighter ultimately ended up being McGregor, 28, the UFC lightweight champion. McGregor is 21-3 in his professional fighting career (9-1 in the UFC) and has ascended to superstardom in the sport. The two fighters engaged in a long, often-public negotiation over the ensuing months. McGregor's contract with the UFC and Mayweather's lofty expectations for his payout made putting together this superfight particularly complicated. Now, however, McGregor will face Mayweather in what could be the most lucrative fight for both superstars in their respective careers.
  8. Someone will be retired after this bout! Chris Eubank Jr. is settling at 168 pounds. The son of the British legend will meet former two-division champion Arthur Abraham on July 15 at SSE Wembley Arena in London, it was announced at a news conference Wednesday. The 12-round super middleweight fight will headline a pay-per-view show in England. There are U.S. television plans at this time. “I respect every fighter,” said Eubank, whose lone career loss came to current WBO middleweight titlist Billy Joe Saunders. “Anyone who enters the ring has my respect but it’s my time now. I’m the next generation. “… I’m confident in my abilities, whatever opportunity is put in front of me, I will take and I expect to stop Abraham.” That would be quite the statement, a career-defining one for Eubank. After all, Abraham (46-5, 30 knockouts) has been stopped just once in 51 pro fights and Eubank owns no notable victories to date. He figures to be catching the German at the right time, though. Abraham, 37, was shut out by rangy Mexican Gilberto Ramirez last year and is clearly past his best days. “I’m very happy to be fighting here in England,” Abraham said. “I’m looking forward to it and I think it will be a good fight.” Eubank, 27, (24-1, 19 KOs) has feasted on low-level opposition since the Saunders setback but now is returning to the world-class level against The RING Magazine’s No. 7 super middleweight. A victory could set up a much-discussed bout with countryman and IBF titleholder James DeGale.
  9. Yeah but Jr's offense would back up for his naively shocking defense
  10. Would be easy work for Jr
  11. JAckson says they made the offer to him first