I'm buzzing for the Mayweather v Pacquiao fight. I agree, it's been late coming, but it still promises to be a great fight. Mayweather has avoided Pacquiao for years, knowing he posed the biggest threat to his record. Pacquiao has declined, however he'll be looking to settle the debate and I expect this will be the most focused/hungry Pacquiao we've seen in years. I think Mayweather is an exceptional boxer but Pacquiao has always been one of my favourites and I really hope he can pull it off.
I went last night. Was looking forward to seeing Eubank Jr again as I thought he was unlucky against BJS.
The guy has a lot of learning to do. On the offensive he looks like he can be devastating but don't think Chudinov offered a huge amount in all honesty. Against a better fighter he will get exposed as he is far too open and doesn't look to have too refined a style just yet.
Needs to step out of his old mans shadow as well. His dad's vicariously living through him.
So Matchroom has lost the purse bid for the DeGale v Dirrell fight meaning he'll probably have to travel to the US now, despite it being announced that he would be fighting on the April 25 show at the O2.
Andre Berto is slowly getting his career back on track. He stopped Josesito Lopez last night, albeit it be dubiously. I think another fight against someone like Porter (who also stopped his punching bag) could put either of them back in the mix for some big fights.
Kell Brook with his first world title defence tonight, on SS1 about 10pm. If he defends there will be talk of that all too rare occurrence in boxing these days, a genuine unification fight with Mayweather/Pacquiao.