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Arum: “Golovkin isn’t the best middleweight in the world; Canelo is”

By Dan Ambrose: Top Rank Boxing promoter Bob Arum says Gennady Golovkin is no longer the best middleweight in the world, Saul Canelo Alvarez is.  → Read: “Arum: “Golovkin isn’t the best middleweight in the world; Canelo is””

Tyson Fury WON’T fight Oscar Rivas in next match in Las Vegas

By Trevor McIntyre: Tyson Fury’s next fight in June in Las Vegas won’t be against unbeaten heavyweight contender Oscar Rivas, according to Journal de Montreal.  → Read: “Tyson Fury WON’T fight Oscar Rivas in next match in Las Vegas”

Arum has offers out for Tyson Fury’s next opponent for May/June

By Chris Williams: Top Rank promoter Bob Arum says he’s put offers out to a number of top heavyweights for lineal champion Tyson Fury’s next fight in May or June in the United States, and he’s waiting to for the signed contract.  → Read: “Arum has offers out for Tyson Fury’s next opponent for May/June”

Deontay Wilder wants Joshua rather than Fury fight after Breazeale

By Chris Williams: Deontay Wilder has now decided that he wants to fight Anthony Joshua rather than a rematch with Tyson Fury after his next fight, which is expected to be against his WBC mandatory Dominic Breazeale.  → Read: “Deontay Wilder wants Joshua rather than Fury fight after Breazeale”

Amir Khan reacts to Tyson Fury’s heavyweight challenge

By Scott Gilfoid: Amir Khan seemed surprised when asked last Friday night about his thoughts on lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury mentioning his name this week, saying that he’s interested in potentially fighting him when he returns to the ring in May or June.  → Read: “Amir Khan reacts to Tyson Fury’s heavyweight challenge”

Fury says Wilder rematch still happening in 2019

By Tim Royner: Tyson Fury says he’s following the game plan that was given to him by his team about building up his fight with Deontay Wilder on ESPN before they face each other in a rematch in 2019.  → Read: “Fury says Wilder rematch still happening in 2019”

Fury tells Wilder: ‘Go get yourself known first in U.S, then I’ll fight you’

By Chris William: Lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (27-0-1, 19 KOs) let WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs) this week that he doesn’t plan on fighting him again until he becomes better known in the United States.  → Read: “Fury tells Wilder: ‘Go get yourself known first in U.S, then I’ll fight you’”

Arum says Wilder vs. Fury II is still planned for late 2019

By Chris Williams: Top Rank promoter Bob Arum hasn’t given up on the idea of matching Tyson Fury against WBC heavy champion Deontay Wilder for later this year despite having pulled the plug on the idea of them facing each other on May 18.  → Read: “Arum says Wilder vs. Fury II is still planned for […]

Hearn thinks Arum is making Haymon look bad with Wilder offer

By Scott Gilfoid: Matchroom promtoer Eddie Hearn thinks that the latest attempt by Top Rank boss Bob Arum to sign WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder to his stable is ultimately making Wilder’s longtime adviser Al Haymon look bad, because he’s been with him him for a while now and had him fighting on SHOWTIME.  → Read: […]

Deontay Wilder targeting May 18 for next fight says Finkel

By Mike Smith: Deontay Wilder’s co-manager Shelly Finkel still plans on having him fight on May 18 despite the Top Rank Boxing promoted Tyson Fury electing to pull out of negotiations for that fight, and instead of taking an interim fight.  → Read: “Deontay Wilder targeting May 18 for next fight says Finkel”

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