Anthony Joshua

Anthony Joshua proves his heavyweight credentials but is he ready for a Tyson Fury bout ?

 December 14, 2015   John Welsh

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When Tyson Fury captured the majority of the headlines in World boxing just two weeks previously when outpointing Wladimir Klitschko to claim the IBO, IBF and WBA versions of the heavyweight title, it was viewed as a turning point in the sport as Eastern European domination of the division appeared to have ended. Another British […]

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Deontay Wilder

Wilder demonstrates that he is ready to face Klitschko

 January 19, 2015   John Welsh

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Although Deontay Wilder became the first American boxer since 2006 to claim a version of the World Heavyweight championship by beating Canadian opponent Bermane Stiverne via a unanimous points decision, many experts will have been disappointed by his inability to finish the contest inside the scheduled 12 rounds. He has stopped all his previous challengers […]

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Bernard Hopkins

Hopkins may still delay retirement despite Kovalev defeat

 November 9, 2014   John Welsh

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Just two months prior to his 50th birthday, veteran American boxer Bernard Hopkins began his 66th professional bout on Saturday evening when the unbeaten Russian Sergey Kovalev challenged him to unification fight for the WBO, IBF and WBA World light-heavyweight titles. Kovalev, who now lives in the United States, had never previously fought for 12 […]

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Anthony Joshua

Joshua is a boxer worth noting in the Heavyweight division

 October 16, 2014   John Welsh

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At a time when the World Heavyweight boxing scene appears fairly quiet with Wladimir Klitschko dominating the WBA, IBF and WBO divisions, one young British boxer is beginning his path to what many believe could be the ultimate prize. Anthony Joshua won the gold medal for the Superheavyweights in the 2012 London Olympics and is […]

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Indian Boxers

The Sorry Plight of Indian Boxers in the Upcoming Asian Games at South Korea

 September 16, 2014   R K Gupta

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At the Incheon Asian Games, beginning in two days’ time on September 19, India’s frustrated men and women boxers would try to derive a semblance of sanity after they became pariahs in the eyes of the world boxing community for no fault of their own. It was barely four years ago in the last Games […]

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