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  1. Parker was due to battle Hughie Fury in a mandatory defense of his belt early next month, although the Briton pulled out with an injury this week and left the title holder in search of a ranked foe to fill in. The 27 year-old's team at Duco Boxing have now informed WBN their search has been successful and they intend to make the announcement public ahead of the Auckland encounter. Plenty of potential suitors have been in contact with Parker since Fury dropped out of the running, with even Tyson Fury jokingly offering to step in at 26 stone and take the fight. More realistically would be American Dominic Breazeale who made it clear on social media he wants the fight last Sunday and all since then has gone quiet. Australian Lucas Browne also threw his hat into the ring, but without a ranking with the WBO, 'Big Daddy' faces an uphill battle to persuade President Paco Valcarcel to let him have a title shot at late notice.
  2. In 2015, Tyson Fury beat Wladimir Klitschko to claim the WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight titles but subsequently vacated them after admitting to using cocaine to cope with depression. However, Fury is now heading to Spain to return to training and has hinted that he could fight as soon on July 8 when his close friend Billy Joe Saunders defends his WBO middleweight title in London against Avtandil Khurtsidze. "I can confirm that I will be accompanying the one and only Billy Joe Saunders when he fights ‘Danny De Vito’ [Saunders' nickname for the Georgian fighter]. I’m coming back,” Fury said on Instagram.
  3. Religion and beliefs have no place in sport!
  4. Haha my thoughts exactly; why the fuck should dispensation be given because she doesn't want to show her hair....fucking absurd!!
  5. IBF and WBA junior welterweight unification bout at the SSE Hydro on Saturday. Julius Indongo, who is rated No. 6 by THE RING, looked confident, piping-fit and ready for action as he took to the scales at the city’s St. Enoch Center. The IBF titleholder weighed in officially at 139.1 pounds and was all smiles despite being heckled by his opponent’s home support. Ricky Burns, who is rated No. 4 by THE RING, looked equally impressive at 139.4 pounds and is growing comfortably into his new weight class. “The Rickster” captured the vacant WBA title with an eighth-round stoppage of Michele Di Rocco last May, and defended successfully against mandatory challenger Kiryl Relikh in October.
  6. Whilst the sentiment behind it is admirable....pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ffs
  7. "They asked me to come, and I would love to work with [Joshua] also, but I wanted to be around someone who has had longevity like the long-time champion," Washington exclusively told Sky Sports. "I want to gain that experience. I want to be around a guy that has worked with great trainers like Emanuel Steward and Johnathon Banks.
  8. Ward has the measure now; it will be the same result I have no doubt!
  9. The affable Malignaggi, who is also an expert analyst with Showtime Boxing, agreed to speak to THE RING Magazine about the best he has faced in 10 key categories. BEST JAB Amir Khan: To be effective with the jab you must control range and when you get into position you rely on your hand speed. Amir had that down very well in our fight. BEST DEFENSE Adrien Broner: Adrien stays in the pocket so that he can roll and slip what’s coming his way and when he does catch a shot, it rarely lands flush. There is method to that Mayweather defense, although Floyd is a lot better at it. Both Gavin Rees and Marcos Maidana exploited Broner’s vulnerability to the overhand right and that’s because Adrien doesn’t bend at the knees. BEST CHIN Lovemore Ndou: Lovemore was never stopped as a professional and had a great chin. I did drop him in our first fight but that was one of the sharpest performances of my career. I won my first world title from him and was really on my game that night. BEST PUNCHER Miguel Cotto: Miguel was a consistently hard puncher. The guy hit me and I was actually asking myself if it was real. He broke my orbital bone in Round 2 and that’s damage you pick up in a car accident. Don’t believe all the bulls–t about an injury like that going numb either. The pain never goes away and it’s your adrenaline that carries you through. FASTEST HANDS Khan: When he found the range his hand speed never let him down. Amir could pull the trigger very quickly and in that sense, he’s like a gunslinger in the Old West. He was the fastest on the draw and very difficult to counterpunch. He also has a very deceiving rhythm, which makes it difficult to time him. FASTEST FEET Khan: Amir was the only guy who completely nullified my main asset, which is quickness. He took the lead in our fight and I couldn’t fall back on my speed because his speed topped mine. Very early I could tell it was going to be tough and it obviously was. Amir will be a nightmare for any opponent because he uses fast feet to acquire the range and then releases fast hands when he gets there.
  10. Deontay Wilder believes he is on "another level" to heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua. The WBC world champion insists his experience and ability to adapt in the ring puts him above the British star. Joshua takes on Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box Office, and although Wilder wants a unification showdown with him, the American is convinced he is better than 'AJ'. "I definitely feel like I'm on a whole 'nother level than Joshua," he told Fight Hype. "I've been in this game for a while now. I'm very experienced. I think I've seen every style to see, you know, the major styles that I need to see. "I think I've seen it, I've learned it, and that's what allows me to adjust in the ring and do my thing. "I definitely feel and know that I'm in another league of my own when you compare the two of us. " "I mean, if you look at Joshua, Klitschko, and [Joseph] Parker, Parker has the WBO belt, and you take those three and put me up on a chart and say which one would be the most exciting fight, a lot of people would think the Joshua fight would be the most exciting fight out of the three and I think I agree," he said.
  11. I agree mate, I just find it hard to invest in fighters who have been pro for years but have hardly had any fights by the time this kind of thing occurs I guess!!
  12. I see your point, I guess I'm just thinking that be stark raving lunacy as opposed to crazy is all
  13. I dunno promised so much but has delivered fuck of those fighters who I just think of as 'WHO CARES?'