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Oscar Valdez Stevenson

Report: Oscar Valdez vs. Shakur Stevenson Title Unification In The Works For April

A super featherweight world title unification between Oscar Valdez and Shakur Stevenson is the works for April. That’s according to boxing reporter Dan Rafael who reported Sunday that it was close to being set for April 30. It would take place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. “Per sources, 130 title unification fight …

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Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury Responds To Derek Chisora’s Prediction That Anthony Joshua Beats Him

Tyson Fury offered a response to Derek Chisora after the latter’s recent prediction. Chisora made headlines when he revealed he would be backing former champion Anthony Joshua to not only defeat Oleksandr Usyk in a rematch, but Fury as well. “I’ll go with AJ. AJ’s power punch is unbelievable. If AJ fights Fury, he has …

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Anthony Joshua Usyk

Derek Chisora Believes Anthony Joshua Beats Oleksandr Usyk, Tyson Fury

Derek Chisora is backing Anthony Joshua against Oleksandr Usyk as well as Tyson Fury. Joshua lost his heavyweight titles after getting outboxed by Usyk over 12 rounds in their September clash last year. Many criticized Joshua for trying to outbox the technically superior Usyk who was never in any real trouble over the course of …

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Terence Crawford

Terence Crawford Files Lawsuit Against Bob Arum Over Racial Bias, Career Sabotage

WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford has filed a lawsuit against boxing promoter Bob Arum. Crawford recently became a free agent in November following his win over Shawn Porter after completing his current deal with Top Rank. It was not a surprise for anyone, either. Crawford and Arum haven’t seen eye-to-eye for many years and despite …

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George Kambosos Jr.

George Kambosos Jr. Wants Australia Stadium Fight In May, Reveals Potential Opponents

George Kambosos Jr. wants a stadium in Australia for his next fight. Kambosos recently won the WBA, IBF and WBO lightweight titles after a split decision win over Teofimo Lopez in November. With no rematch clause and Lopez set to move up to 140 pounds anyway, the attention quickly turned to who Kambosos could face …

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Canelo Alvarez Jermall Charlo

Report: Canelo Alvarez In Talks To Fight Jermall Charlo Next

Canelo Alvarez may not be facing Ilunga Makabu next after all. Following his unification of the super middleweight division, Alvarez was expected to move up to cruiserweight and challenge Makabu for his WBC crown in May. However, that appears to be no longer the case as according to ESPN’s Mike Coppinger, Alvarez is much more …

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Tyson Fury Ngannou

Top Rank Open To Co-Promoting Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou With UFC

Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou is not as farfetched as it may seem. Fury recently made headlines when he called out the UFC heavyweight champion for a potential boxing match using four-ounce UFC gloves. Ngannou — who has long expressed his desire to compete in boxing before his career is over — replied soon after …

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Jake Paul

Jake Paul Wants To Fight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. To ‘Silence The Critics’

Jake Paul is eager to fight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. next. Following his knockout of Tyron Woodley last month, it was revealed that Paul was targeting a fight with Chavez Jr. Chavez Jr. would later confirm this as he revealed negotiations were currently in progress. Of course, most people were surprised as many expected Paul …

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