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  1. After all the huffing and puffing he was a drug cheat
  2. Haha Briggs is pretty big over here nowadays with his Lets go Champppp shit
  3. I did do mate but Amir has sucked the life out me wanting to see it with his fucking insane demands; now I don't give a flying fuck if it happens or not tbh
  4. George Groves (25-3, 18 KOs) believes the time is right for him to be crowned World Champion when he meets Fedor Chudinov (14-1, 10 KOs) on Saturday, May 27 at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, live on Sky Sports Box Office. The Hammersmith man will be challenging for the vacant WBA World Super Middleweight strap in his fourth World title attempt following two epic clashes with domestic rival Carl Froch and a split decision loss to Badou Jack. Since linking up with coach Shane McGuigan, the 29 year-old has secured four successive victories to pave the way for his latest World title tilt, and the ‘Saint’ says now he is ready to realise his ultimate ambition and capture the WBA belt. ‘’My training has gone well and I feel really sharp,’’ said Groves. ‘’I don’t feel rushed or like I’ve had to sacrifice anything, and come Saturday night, I’ll be firing on all cylinders and ready to do some damage. ‘’Chudinov is a good opponent. The belt is vacant because he lost his last one but he was a bit unlucky in that fight. There are still some unknowns about him. We haven’t seen how far he can be pushed, but I know I’m capable of beating him. ‘’I believe this is the best opportunity for me to achieve my dream and become World Champion. Time is on my side. I had a good year last year, and I’m in a good place. I’ve put in the work, and now, I need to make this count. ‘’Everything that’s happened in the past has made me more determined. I know the pressure is on, and I can’t afford to make any more mistakes. This might be my best chance to win a World title, but it could also be my last. ‘’It’s up to me to deliver. I want to become World Champion and I want to be involved in some huge fights. I know I’m good enough, and with Shane in my corner, I’m back to my best, and ready to make it happen.’’
  5. The Backyard Brawl: Briggs vs. Oquendo battle for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Heavyweight Championship on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casinoin Hollywood, FL has been officially canceled. The fight has not been rescheduled at this time.
  6. Amir Khan insists he and Kell Brook could attract a capacity crowd to Wembley Stadium. IBF welterweight champion Brook is first expecting a sell-out crowd of 27,000 at Sheffield's Bramall Lane for his title defence against Errol Spence Jr on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Box Office. "There are very few fighters from this country that could fill Wembley, and I'm definitely one of them," Khan exclusively told Sky Sports. "Kell Brook would be a fight that everyone wants to see".
  7. Not saw the fight but Dirrell seemed to be milking the punch after the bell
  8. GGG will eat him alive!
  9. It was worrying how quickly he gassed out after putting Wlad down; he was lucky to get through this!
  10. Anthony Joshua weighed in at a career-heaviest for his eagerly anticipated showdown against Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday. The Briton tipped the scales at 17 stones 12lbs 2oz (113.4 kg) ahead of facing Klitschko for two versions of the world heavyweight title in front of 90,000 spectators at London's Wembley Stadium. Joshua, 27, was ten pounds heavier than Klitschko, who tipped the scales at 17 stones 2lb 6oz at Friday's weigh-in at nearby Wembley Arena, with a crowd of 2,000 watching proceedings.Klitschko (64-4 53 KOs), 41, was five pounds lighter than he was for his previous fight 17 months ago when he lost a surprise points decision to Joshua's fellow Briton Tyson Fury. The Ukrainian, who was his lightest since 2009, can win back two of the three titles he lost to Fury by beating Joshua, who has stopped all 18 professional opponents since turning professional after his 2012 Olympic gold medal triumph. Thursday saw Klitschko try to unsettle his opponent by suggesting Joshua's physique was like that of an over-muscled and immobile body-builder. “I've never seen AJ (Joshua) as big as he is right now. He is as big as Arnold Schwarzenegger at his best,” said Klitschko. “He's a puncher. I'm a boxer that can punch.” - 'Beat Klitschko, don't hate him' But Joshua refused to rise to the bait and on Friday he would not be drawn when asked about how he would win. “It depends if I see an opportunity,” the 27-year-old Joshua said about the possibility of a knockout. “My main focus is to focus round by round, for 12 rounds. I don't hate Klitschko, I just want to beat Klitschko. “I've been switched on since December 10, my last fight. All I have to do is focus on this fight and making it as easy as possible. “When you are competing it's tunnel vision. Even though there are beautiful people, I have to keep tunnel vision.” Klitschko, who has had 50 more professional fights than Joshua, hopes his superior experience will see him become world heavyweight champion for the third time. AFP
  11. Amir Khan fears Anthony Joshua could 'freeze' when he steps out at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night against Wladimir Klistcho. Joshua will face the toughest test of his career when puts his IBF world heavyweight title on the line against a man who ruled the division for almost a decade. The 27-year-old has youth, stamina and speed on his side - as well as the support of 90,000 spectators - but Khan has concerns he could come unstuck against his veteran opponent. "I've been watching him train and watching his press conferences and the build-up to this fight and he seems very nervous," said the former light-welterweight world champion, speaking exclusively to talkSPORT. "I have not really seen him be this nervous for any fight. He seems very quiet. "I just hope having 90,000 people in a stadium, he is not going to be nervous, he is not going to be shocked by it and freeze." At 41, Klitschko's best years are firmly behind him - but Khan insists the Ukrainian still represents a big danger. And he says, should the unbeaten Joshua overcome his toughest career challenge, he is destined to become a boxing superstar. "This is the fight that is going to show us all what Joshua is all about," he said. "This is the big test for him. "I know he is fighting a guy who is maybe a little bit old, but he is still dangerous. "If he wins this fight, he can be the next superstar. Boxing is known for having good heavyweights and in the last couple of years we have not really seen a good, good heavyweight." Read more at
  12. Cannot wait for this fight....what a fucking match up; its massive
  13. I thought this twat had cleaned up his act