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Spence v Porter is the best fight I've seen this year.

Scratch this. It was then replaced by Taylor v Prograis.

And has just been replaced today by Inoue v Donaire. Unbelievable fight where both men were hurt and could have been stopped but showed granite chins and heart. A younger Donaire would probably have beaten Inoue.

I know these guys are paid a fortune for the WBSS but they deserve every bit of it when you see these 2 finals over the past week.
 

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Saturday 23, November 2019

MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz 2 (Main Event) 4am GMT UK
Leo Santa Cruz vs Miguel Flores

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Saturday 23, November 2019

Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

Callum Smith vs John Ryder

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Disgraceful cards again in the Smith fight. How is Terry O'Connor still allowed to be involved in boxing? There was a round or 2 either way in that fight and any close result would have been acceptable probably. Smith needs to stay away from Canelo on that performance, Canelo would take him apart.

Wilder was outboxed again and basically hit Ortiz with a big one and that was it. It's some weapon to have. He did nothing the whole fight and lost every round until then.
 

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A shot from the gods from Povetkin. My god.

Whyte is fucked now, totally and utterly fucked. Should have taken that AJ fight last year when he had the chance, big fights have gone now for him.

Heavyweight boxing in a nutshell. One punch changes a career.
 

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Awesome drop of the shoulder and that uppercut through the middle was huge. Always considered Whyte to have a good chin but got well and truly meringued. Slowing the pace a tad in the fifth was the wrong move.
 

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November 28th,Saturday.

Time to buy that extra EXTRA food & drink fight fans. I see nothing but KO's.

Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce

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Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr (late into the night) - America

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T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Saturday 24, July 2021

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 (Main Event)

Frank Sanchez vs Efe Ajagba
Robert Helenius vs Adam Kownacki II
Jared Anderson vs Opponent TBC

The tickets are selling out fast so its likely you won't get any (Do try though)

TV Sat - ESPN+PPV (USA) - BT Sport Box Office PPV (UK)
Check out the Press Conference tonight at 21:00 GMT UK live from Los Angeles.
 

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Respect for Usyk, gave Joshua a proper schooling. AJ seems a good bloke but has been totally overhyped to line Matchroom’s pockets, he is more of a body builder then skilled fighter. To have any chance of staying relevant he needs to focus on his boxing rather then constant media promotions/ads etc and no more embarrassing ring walks like that Apollo Creed bollocks. Has to use his size and go for a knockout in the rematch, otherwise he’ll be easily beaten again and be finished at the top level. Fury’s movement and boxing IQ along with his size make any all British clash a foregone conclusion imo, at this point a Usyk-Fury fight would actually be more interesting.

Btw boxing is as ever annoyingly inconsistent when it comes to scorecards, how the fuck did the ref score that as Campbell Hatton win? Daylight robbery. Also for one of the judges to score the Usyk-Joshua fight as 115-113 isn’t great, no way did Joshua win 5 rounds. 3 for me, at a push. It’s about time something was done as home bias and corrupt judges ruin the sports credibility.
 
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