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  1. WEEK 37 Friday Sept 11th Arena Shopping Center, Budapest, Hungary,Balazs Bacskai v Gogi Knezevic - Sport2 Hungary Khimki Basketball Center, Khimki, Russia, Fedor Chudinov v Umar Sadiq - REN TV Sat Sept 12th RCC Boxing Academy, Ekaterinburg, Russia, Eduard Skavynskyi v Dzmitry Atrokhau - YouTube Universum Gym, Hamburg, Germany, Ali Kiydin v Yakup Saglam - Bild+ Ruda Slaska, Poland, Remigiusz Woz v Tomasz Gromadzki - Polsat Sport Fight BT Sport Studio, Stratford, London, UK Anthony Yarde v Dec Spelman - ESPN+ and BT Sports UK The Bubble, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, E
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  2. WEEK 38 Friday 18th Sept Serbia – ??? – Nikolic-Bois Nicaragua – Prodesa (Youtube) – Espinoza-Juarez Saturday 19th Sept USA – Showtime – 9PM ET – Lubin-Gausha USA – ESPN+ – ? time – Pedraza-Molina Mexico – ??? – Torres-Cuevas Sunday 20th Sept Ukraine – ??? – Rudenko-Dovbyshchenko
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  3. WEEK 36 Wed Sept 2nd Production Park Studios, South Kirkby, Yorkshire, United Kingdom, Philip Bowes v Akeem Ennis-Brown - ESPN+ & IFL TV Thursday 3rd Sept Grozny, Russia, Stanislav Kashtanov v Aslambek Idigov - WBO European Title - BOETS Friday 4th Sept USC Soviet Wings, Moscow, Russia, Shamo Boxing 54 - YouTube Aberdeen, Scotland, Lee McAllister v Edwin Palacios - FITEtv Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, Florida, USA, Xander Zayas v Orlando Salgado - ESPN Knockout (Live) Boxeo Telemundo (Delay) Sat 5th Sept Eatons Hill Hotel, Eatons Hill, Queensland, Australia, Cronin
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  4. WEEK 40 Wednesday 30 Sept UK – iFL TV & ESPN+ – Davies-McKenna Friday 2 Oct Japan – ??? – Ogawa-Nishitani Poland – ??? – Jezewski-Prochazka USA – Telemundo – 12AM ET – Boxeo Telemundo – Flores-Contreras Saturday 3 Oct Japan – ??? – Matsunaga-Shimizu Thailand – ??? – Apichet-Adoian Belgium – ??? – Djeko-TBA USA – ESPN+ – ? time – Zepeda-Baranchyk Sunday 4th Oct USA – DAZN – 13:00 – Buatsi-Calic
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  5. Chávez vs. Travieso 3 Chávez Jr. vs Cázares Friday, Sept 25 at 10PM ET/ 7PM PT Boxing icon Julio Cesar Chávez returns to the ring, sharing the bill with his son, Julio Cesar Chávez Jr. The legendary Hall of Famer fights rival Jorge ‘Travieso’ Arce for the third time in an exhibition bout, while Chávez Jr. faces Mario Cázares. Friday’s event will feature the official Spanish-language fight call brought to you live and direct from the Grand Hotel in Tijuana, Mexico.
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  6. Heh them old dudes, seemed to be suffering hearing loss, cause they did not here those final bells
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  7. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Mario Abel Cazares
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  8. Compiling a list to see who has defeated the most guys going to be or in the HOF currently since 1980. all contributions are welcome and don't be afraid to nominate a guy as HOF worthy Floyd Mayweather-9 ( Chicanito, Corralres, Castillo,Gatti,DLH, Hatton ,JMM,Cotto,Mosley ) Roy Jones-7 (Castro, Hopkins, Toney, McCallum, Hill, Tarver, Trinidad) Evander Holyfield- 7 (Foreman, Holmes, Bowe, Tyson,Qawi, Czyz, Moorer, draw Lewis) Hector Camacho -7 (Limon, JL Ramirez, Rosario, Boza Edwards, Mancini, Duran, Leonard) Manny Pacquiao -7 ( MAB, JMM, Morales, DLH, Cotto, Mosley, Hatton ) O
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  9. these guys are giving the whole country a bad name with cuadras it's really not a big suprise after seeing his bacne
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  10. By Luke Furman Russia's Murat Gassiev understands the importance of the upcoming final fight of the World Boxing Super Series tournament, when he meets Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk, but he's approaching this fight in the same way as the rest. The cruiserweight contest takes place on July 21 at Olympic Stadium in Moscow. All four of the major world titles will be at stake. Gassiev holds the titles under the versions of the IBF and WBA, and Usyk is the world champion under the WBO and WBC. Beginning in 2016, the Russian boxer began his impressive run of victories. He's defea
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  11. I like what ive seen of Catteral, still need to see Davies though. This seems like it could be a very good domestic fight for you guys.
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  12. I'm leaning towards Parker myself. I think his handspeed will be a factor. Looks like Kell Brook just pulled out of his fight on this card.
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  13. By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker will be looking for redemption against WBC #1 Dillian Whyte when they clash at the 02 Arena London on July 29. “In our last couple of fights, our offense has become a bit dormant,” Parker’s trainer Kevin Barry told the Herald on Sunday. “It’s time to wake it up. We need to pick our moments against Dillian. We won’t need to chase him, we know he’s going to be there. It’s no secret this is a dangerous fight for Joseph but it’s also a very dangerous fight for Dillian Whyte. This is our redemption fight!”
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  14. Kind of weird how he got into so much trouble just for saying he is a fan of The Sun newspaper.
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  15. By Elliot Foster Ohara Davies claimed yet another title with a stoppage victory. The 26-year-old beat the WBC International super-lightweight champion Paul Kamanga. Davies, who was set to face Josh Leather, handled the late change of opponent really well, ending the challenge of the Lithuanian-based Congolese fighter in the second of 12 scheduled rounds at the O2 Arena, exclusively live on BT Sport and BoxNation. “I came into this fight quite nervous because I’ve not fought on TV for about seven months now,” Davies, who featured as part of the supporting cast to Martin Murr
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  16. Bisping cant box for shit, Bellew stomps him. Is his accent really that bad? It's better than paulies guido new york accent.
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  17. Oleksandr Usyk remains in cruise control, but it wasn't all smooth sailing before he knocked out Tony Bellew in the eighth round Saturday night. The undisputed world cruiserweight champion defended the WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO titles after delivering a devastating finish with a left to Bellew's jaw at Manchester Arena in England. But Usyk had to turn the fight around -- two judges had Bellew ahead at the time of the stoppage, while the other had it even -- in the first fight in Britain with all four world title belts on the line.Usyk (16-0, 12 KO's) only became dominant after Bellew (30-3
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  18. these aging face photoshops are so real looking it's scary.
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  19. Lubin is a 10-1 fav, damn i didn't think he'd be favored so heavily.
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  20. The much-anticipated Vasiliy Lomachenko-Teofimo Lopez Jr. lightweight title unification fight has been agreed to. After weeks of difficult negotiations between Lopez and promoter Top Rank, the sides came to terms on Wednesday night, David McWater, Lopez’s manager, told BoxingScene just after he said he and Top Rank chairman Bob Arum finished hammering things out. Lomachenko had already agreed to terms with Top Rank and was waiting for Lopez to do the same. The fight, initially penciled in for Oct. 3, will instead take place either Oct. 17 or Oct. 24 with the final call up to bro
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  21. this fight has an electric feel to it, I hope it delivers.
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