Mofo2

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  1. 154 lb tripleheader on Oct. 14

    I love the fact that we seem to be heading back towards having one truly recognised Champion in a boxing division, im hoping these kind of events are being being considered for all weight categories!!
  2. He is starting to look a credible fighter in the division now that the show boating has been greatly reduced, still not sure he has enough to beat Groves though!
  3. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s contentious open-doors immigration policy has assembled the most hostile opposition Chris Eubank Jr will have to overcome as he defends his IBO world super-middleweight belt in Stuttgart this Saturday night. As if Turkish tearaway Avni Yildirim is not enough of a handful in the ring, he will be roared on against Eubank by a frenzied throng of his fanatical countrymen. This city has become home to no fewer than 20,000 Turks and those with tickets are expected to form a raucous and overwhelming majority in the 15,500 capacity Hans-Martin-Schleyer Halle. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/boxing/article-4956544/Chris-Eubank-Jr-fiery-weigh-Anvi-Yildrim.html#ixzz4ulG58eVj
  4. Dominic Breazeale is ready to return to the United Kingdom and take on Dillian Whyte. Promoter Eddie Hearn sent out a challenge to bring the American heavyweight over to take on Whyte on the Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev undercard in Cardiff, on October 28, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Breazale, who was initally due to fight in New York on November 4, has confirmed he wants to come back to the UK, where he took Joshua seven rounds and represented USA in the London 2012 Olympics.
  5. Fucking dillusional watch the way he says 'feared'
  6. Britain's Dillian Whyte has offered to face Deontay Wilder after the WBC heavyweight champion's proposed challenger, Luis Ortiz, failed a drugs test. The Cuban tested positive for hydrochlorothiazide and chlorothiazide in a random test ahead of their November showdown in New York. Ortiz, who also failed a drugs test in 2014, claimed the positive results are the result of prescription tablets he was using to treat high blood pressure. But with that fight now in jeopardy Whyte, who made his US debut earlier this year and has been targeting a shot at Wilder's belt for some time, has offered to step in at late notice. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/boxing/article-4940580/Deontay-Wilder-vs-Luis-Ortiz-Dillian-Whyte-step-in.html#ixzz4uO3L698Q
  7. WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman sent out a Tweet early Friday morning that revealed Luis Ortiz has tested positive for a banned substance in advance of his November 4 showdown with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.
  8. Fury hasn’t fought since dethroning heavyweight great Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015. A series of problems outside the ring stopped his return before he had his licence revoked in October 2016, over allegations of doping. His licence has remained suspended with an ongoing UK Anti-Doping investigation. But Hearn thinks something else is going on, because of the length of time it has taken for the verdict to be announced. “There’s something that hasn’t been told here, in my opinion,” he told IFL TV. “I don’t believe UKAD would just slow up Tyson getting his license back. “If he legitimately hadn’t done anything, he would be out. “Something’s not right with this but I don’t know the full story. “It seems strange because we don’t know the full story.”
  9. Luis Ortiz Fails Drug Test

    Stiverne get the fuck outa here - Whyte was waiting in the wings, that is a much more attractive fight!
  10. In a real fight Connor would be using the punches to create the opening for a knee, elbow, kick, throw or hold so why would he worry about the punch when there are so many othe factors that would come in to play - Connor wouldnt limit himself to just a stand up and punching contest when he could choke him!
  11. Eubank – who dropped below the super-middleweight 168lb limit while out in Vegas – admitted he was surprised to see Mayweather attend his own strip club and pool parties when the McGregor contest was so close. Such behaviour shouldn’t be mirrored by Davis – whose nickname is “Tank” – if he’s going to fulfil his potential. “Two weeks before the [McGregor] fight I watched him [Mayweather] walk out of the strip club at 5 in the morning,” Eubank revealed. “It’s surreal, it’s like ‘Jesus’, and then the next week he’s at a pool party. He’s not drinking and he’s got his section up at the top and he’s just chilling and stuff, but it’s like ‘you’re at a pool party and you’re about to fight in a week and half’s time, who does that?’ Well, Floyd does that. http://www.boxingnewsonline.net/revealed-chris-eubank-jnr-lifts-lid-on-floyd-mayweather-training-habits-that-could-be-bad-news-for-gervonta-davis/http://www.boxingnewsonline.net/revealed-chris-eubank-jnr-lifts-lid-on-floyd-mayweather-training-habits-that-could-be-bad-news-for-gervonta-davis/
  12. Ass beating??? you saw an ass beating??? I saw a novice boxer gas against an ATG; never an ass beating!
  13. For reasons unknown, George Foreman has challenged Steven Seagal to an open-rules fight which he wants to be broadcast on Pay Per View. It makes no sense, it pits a 68-year-old boxing legend against a 65-year-old “Aikido master” who once pooped his pants after “Judo” Gene LeBell choked him out. It can also easily be the most anticipated combat sports event since Conor McGregor fought Floyd Mayweather and I hope it happens. Foreman has laid out the ruleset in which he will use boxing and Seagal can use “whatever.” It’s a recipe for success. http://uproxx.com/sports/george-foreman-steven-seagal-fight-poop-pants/
  14. What makes Foreman think its worth 2 million though
  15. Tag team boxing?

    How the fuck was it a draw
  16. Tag team boxing?

    interesting watch that!
  17. TBF no matter how much people try to dismiss the fact that Connor fought boxing rules and thats the only reason he got beat in a fight, the sillier they look; it goes without saying that Floyd should be able to box and beat a fighter that has never boxed ffs but the nature of the win did him no favours regardless of how much his work ethic in camp is questioned - he would not have gone past a round in MMA
  18. Tony Bellew claims Haye refused to sign the contract unless a third fight was made possible, so he accepted. Speaking to betsafe.com, Bellew said: "He wouldn't sign the contract until he got the upper hand and if there was a trilogy, but I've given him all the upper hand in the options if there was a third fight. "But I'm telling you now, there will not be a third fight. I will end David Haye's career on Sunday 17th December.
  19. slob killa we miss you

    and two left boots it was so he could catch up with slob as he run around the corner I believe!
  20. slob killa we miss you

    Been in with the best and only beaten by a 16 year old when he was already on the slide - no shame in that I say!
  21. slob killa we miss you

    I always admired his Deontay Wilder Win - fucking epic fight that
  22. Badou Jack’s reign as WBA Light Heavyweight Champion is over after less than a month. “The Ripper” dropped the belt yesterday ahead of a planned purse bid with mandatory challenger Dmitry Bivol. Going by rankings, this will possibly result in Bivol against either #2 Sullivan Barrera or #3 Oleksandr Gvozdyk for the vacant title. Jack (22-1-2, 13 KO) pulverized Nathan Cleverly for the belt on the Mayweather-McGregor card in his light heavyweight debut. It’s a bit surprising to see him vacate immediately, especially considering he fought dangerous super middleweights like George Groves and James DeGale, but the ratio between Bivol’s threat and his name recognition seems to have been a bit too much for him. Bivol (11-0, 9 KO) was last seen demolishing Cedric Agnew on Ward-Kovalev II. He looks like the goods at age 26 and should make for a hell of a fight against someone like Barrera.