Mofo2

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  1. Scott Quigg will face Viorel Simion on the Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko bill at Wembley Stadium Connected by EE on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Quigg boxes at Featherweight for the second time having landed the WBA International title in his first fight at his new weight in December in Manchester with a ninth round stoppage. Wembley Stadium represents another first for Quigg as he has future hall of fame trainer Freddie Roach in his corner for the first time as he takes on Simion. The Romanian has just the one blemish on the record from his last trip to the UK, where he severely tested Lee Selby over 12 rounds in Hull in 2013, and the 35 year old is ranked number five in the IBF having picked up and defended the International title last year. Former WBA Super-Bantamweight king Quigg is gunning for a shot at becoming a two-weight World champion, and he believes that a big win in his first ever stadium fight will put him at the front of the queue. “This is a fight I’m really looking forward to,” said Quigg. “It’s my first fight working with Freddie and training team and it’s a fight that will catapult me right in the mix for a World title fight. “Simion is an experienced, skilful and strong fighter and his only blemish on his record is against the current IBF champion Lee Selby, who he pushed all the way. I’m expecting and preparing for a very tough fight but one I’m very confident in and expect to put in the best performance of my career and put myself in line for shot at one of the champions. “Training camp couldn’t be going any better. The switch out to L.A has been a breath of fresh air. The change of environment working with Freddie and the quality of sparring has really freshened things up and I’m excited to show the improvements made on such a massive platform at Wembley Stadium.” Quigg’s desire to box for world honours at 126lbs could be boosted ahead of the fight as his promoter Eddie Hearn is looking to get the bout official eliminator status.
  2. Fucking idiotic if you ask me; if every time fighters at the top end of the weight categories who were called out responded by fighting significantly lower weight opponents (petulant children) there would be chaos....he embarrassed himself here!
  3. TBF Rousey was quite literally an overhyped bitch who doesn't like being hit; I heard in her last fight her sparring partners were instructed not to strike her face wtf
  4. James DeGale is planning a homecoming super-fight in London this summer against one of the world’s top boxers. Britain’s world super-middleweight champion is hoping to fulfill his dream of boxing at the Emirates Stadium, home of his beloved Arsenal. The opponent will be selected from this impressive list: Gennady Golovkin, Callum Smith, Andre Ward and George Groves. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/boxing/article-4353864/James-DeGale-lines-fight-Arsenal-s-Emirates-stadium.html#ixzz4cZ0SzWth
  5. In one of the stranger occurrences in recent weeks, IBO super middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr. (24-1, 19 KOs) actually called out Tony Bellew (29-2-1, 19 KOs), who holds the WBC cruiserweight title and last fought at heavyweight. Eubank Jr. is more of a middleweight and recently went to 168 to grab a quick title and expand his range of possible opponents. Bellew, after his shocking stoppage win over former heavyweight champion David Haye on March 4, appears to be staying put at heavyweight for the moment. Recently, Bellew and Eubank Jr. got in a war of words on social media, and Eubank Jr. dared Bellew to fight him at a catch-weight. - See more at: http://www.boxingscene.com/hearn-eubank-contacted-me-bellew-catch-weight-fight--115012#sthash.WNC4F9tj.dpuf
  6. Its a mistake taking this fight for Kell, he will be facing a quality, hungry younger fighter in a division he has to kill himself to make weight!!
  7. IBF champion Kell Brook and Errol Spence Jr will attend a press conference on Wednesday as speculation continues about a date and venue for their fight. The Sheffield man is due to defend his IBF title against mandatory challenger Spence Jr and boxing fans are eagerly awaiting details about the welterweight clash.
  8. Im really not seeing Floyd beg....im seeing an MMA fighter repeatedly chat shit for months over him wanting the opportunity to beat up Floyd and in response he is taking the piss out of Connor for stalling on signing!! Whats ironic here is that Floyd has actually said he will come out of retirement to take the fight, but Connor is still just talking about it and yet wont put pen to paper on a contract that will reputedly more than quadruple his biggest ever payday and secure him for life...seems he is scared of getting his ass handed to him in a boxing fight he cannot possibly win under any circumstances what so ever!
  9. For the first time in many a year I AM SIDING WITH FLOYD...the contract is there for Connor to take but he is his usual full of bullshit self that wont accept that he aint the Bigger name in this proposal!! SIGN THE CONTRACT YOU DICK
  10. Close fight that...I agree with Max that it was even going into the last round, but thought Jacobs edged it with cleaner shots to take the fight!!
  11. MMA star Conor McGregor wants to fight the much-anticipated fight with American boxing star Floyd Mayweather in September. Mayweather, coming out retirement, had last week made an incredible announcement and that declared that he wants the much-hyped mega-fight to happen in June. Speaking in Liverpool on the latest leg of his UK tour, Mayweather said "For Conor McGregor. I'm coming out of retirement just to fight Conor McGregor. Simple and plain, let's fight in June." However, McGregor is currently taking a break as he prepares to become a dad for the first time in May, thus meaning that Mayweather?s proposed date of June 10 of the bout will come too soon for the Irishman. "[September] is what I?m thinking. That?s what the word is. That?s what we?re close to doing,? McGregor was quoted as saying by Independent.co.uk. ?I?ve tried to talk to Floyd. I flew to Las Vegas to have talks with Floyd and then he retired. He just doesn't want to see me. He?s petrified. Wouldn?t you be? No one knows what to expect with me, and they shouldn't.? ?Because I don?t know what to expect either,? he added. The American boxing star has not fought since his 49th victory over Andre Berto in 2015.
  12. So Bellew is a HW now then?? seems he is after another easy defence after smashing Fury!
  13. Anyone giving Jacobs a chance??