Chisora: Vitali has no power; Haye would beat him

Klitschko Haye Klitschko vs. Haye  vitali klitschko derek chisora david haye By Allan Fox: Dereck Chisora thinks WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko would come out on the losing end if he were to accept a fight with David Haye. Chisora, who lost to Vitali last February, came away from the fight noting that Vitali doesn’t have big power, and he thinks he would struggle if he fought right now. Read the rest of this entry »



The Curse of Khan

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan By Rimar Cry: Following Khan’s career is like reading a classic curse fable. He’s a young man gifted with almost legendary speed and accuracy, but an inherent weakness so severe that it renders him impotent. Read the rest of this entry »



Amir Khan: Reality check

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan (Photo: Sumio Yamada) By Alex Sharpno: I have always been a massive Amir Khan fan and I still do like him as a fighter. His fights have been very exciting and he has been a credit to the sport. When he first crossed over the pond to the states he put on a great show against Paulie Maligaggi and then moved on to his big real test at 140, a fight with the hard hitting Marcos Maidana. Read the rest of this entry »



Khan KO’D again

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan By Adam Fulker: On Saturday July 14, Amir Khan looked on his way to getting back to winning ways against Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia at the Mandalay bay, Las Vegas. For the first two rounds Khan kept Garcia on the end of his lighting fast jab, while firing in right hands and fighting in no more than twos and threes. Read the rest of this entry »



Klitschko says Haye turned him down

Klitschko Haye Klitschko vs. Haye  vitali klitschko david haye By John F. McKenna (McJack): World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40 KO’s) says that former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye (26-2, 24 KO’s) was given an offer to fight him in September but turned it down. Vitali will instead fight the undefeated but unknown Manuel Charr (21-0, 11 KO’s) in Moscow on September 8. HBO has announced that it will televise the fight which could very well be the last fight in the career of “Dr. Ironfist”. Read the rest of this entry »



Khan: I got caught with a lucky shot

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan By Scott Gilfoid: Sometimes fighters can’t fully grasp when they get whipped, and they desperately reach out for any flimsy excuse they can think of to avoid the awful truth about themselves and their lack of talent. I think Amir Khan may be one of these fighters that is still in a state of denial about his glass chin/neck after getting spanked by Danny Garcia in a 4th round TKO last weekend in Las Vegas. Read the rest of this entry »



Garcia was ignored: How many other fighters are being ignored

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan (Photo: Sumio Yamada) By Hector Gonzalez: Many of us boxing aficionados have being saying that Amir Khan was over rated for a while now. Observers such as myself anticipated Amir Khan being Knockout by Garcia; all along we were called ‘haters’ and ‘racist’ for not supporting Khan. Read the rest of this entry »



Danny Garcia vs. Amir Khan: The Aftermath

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan (Photo: Sumio Yamada) By Simon Hirst: WBC light-welterweight champion Danny Garcia took on the WBA light-welterweight champion Amir Khan in what was a unification in the division. Khan had not long regained his status as WBA champion after losing it in his previous fight, but regaining it after Peterson failed a drugs test. Read the rest of this entry »



No more easy wins Fury, time to fight Price

 tyson fury david price By Nick Toft: For some it was just a pointless exercise against an aging heavy bag. For me it was worse than a sparring session and Tyson Fury can’t of learned a great deal against his over the hill and gun shy opponent. Read the rest of this entry »



Khan: I’m going to pick the right fights and win more world titles

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  danny garcia amir khan By William Mackay: Once again claiming he’s going to come back stronger from his disastrous 4th round knockout loss to WBC light welterweight champion Danny Garcia, Amir Khan is planning on carefully picking his opponents while slowly building up to challenge for future titles in the sport. Khan says he’s not washed up, but we’ll have to see about that because he’s lost his last two fights and can no longer afford to lose anymore. Read the rest of this entry »



Chisora: Haye caught me with a lucky shot

Haye Chisora Haye vs. Chisora  derek chisora david haye By Allan Fox: For boxing who saw the David Haye – Dereck Chisora fight last weekend they almost unanimously saw Chisora get dominated from start to finish in his 5th round TKO loss at Upton park. However, Chisora said afterwards that Haye hit him with a “Lucky punch,” when Haye nailed Chisora with a big left hook followed by a right hand that knocked Chisora down for the first time in the 5th. Read the rest of this entry »



Haye: Amir Khan is not finished; he’ll be back stronger

Khan Garcia Khan vs. Garcia  david haye danny garcia amir khan (Photo: Sumio Yamada) By Sean McDaniel: David Haye doesn’t see his close friend Amir Khan as being a washed up fighter after Khan’s latest defeat, a 4th round TKO to WBC light welterweight champion Danny Garcia last Saturday night. While many boxing fans and writers see Khan as being pretty much finished as a world class fighter, Haye thinks Khan will come back and rebuild his career like he did after being destroyed by Breidis Prescott in 2008. Read the rest of this entry »



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