Wladimir-Klitschko-vs-Tyson-Fury match review

The Klitschko domination of the heavyweight division ends with Tyson Fury outpointing Wladimir

 November 29, 2015   John Welsh

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Since the early millennium years, the World Heavyweight boxing scene has been dominated by the Ukrainian Klitschko bothers with Vitali claiming the WBC version of the title in 2004, and then relinquishing the belt on retiring from the sport after beating Manuel Charr in 2012. Wladimir has stayed active in the ring, and prior to […]

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Tyson Fury

Chisora bout may not be best option for Tyson Fury

 February 16, 2014   John Welsh

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No sooner had both Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury won their separate fights on Saturday evening, then the war of words began ahead of possible rematch between the two heavyweights. The potential contest may be viewed as an eliminator for a title bout against World Champion Wladimir Klitschko, but for both British boxers it will […]

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Vitali Klitschko retirement

Vitali Klitschko retirement may prove beneficial for heavyweight boxing

 December 20, 2013   John Welsh

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The recent announcement by Vitali Klitschko that he is retiring from professional boxing to concentrate on a political career is perhaps no surprise given the recent statements by the Ukrainian on the very subject. He will leave the sport having suffered only two defeats in 47 fights but his departure may finally offer the opportunity […]

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