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title Rahman Not Ducking Haye

David Haye Hasim RahmanBy Aaron Klein: Contrary to reports about British heavyweight David Haye (21-0, 20 KOs) not having any fighters willing to fight him for his upcoming but on October 11th, former IBF/WBC heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman (45-6-2, 36 KOs) is reportedly very interested in fighting Haye, according to comments made by Rahman’s manager Steve Nelson to fightnews.  → Read: “Rahman Not Ducking Haye”


title Is Peter Afraid Of Klitschko?

Samuel Peter Vitali KlitschkoBy Eric Thomas: After seeing clips of today’s press conference with former World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (35-2, 34 KOs) and current WBC champion Samuel Peter (30-1, 23 KOs), it appears that Vitali was won the war of nerves having already psyched the Nigerian champion out.  → Read: “Is Peter Afraid Of Klitschko?”


title Haye, DeGale, Williams and Arreola – Boxing News

British boxing sensation David Haye believes heavyweight boxers refuse to fight him because “they know it’s going to be their last fight.” He has yet to find an opponent for his debut fight at the O2 Arena in London on November 15th.  → Read: “Haye, DeGale, Williams and Arreola – Boxing News”


title The Rebuilding of Miguel Cotto

Miguel CottoBy Manuel Perez: For most people who witnessed former World Boxing Association welterweight champion Miguel Cotto’s (32-1, 26 KOs) 11th round stoppage defeat to Antonio Margarito on July 26th in Las Vegas, Nevada, they saw Cotto take a terrible beating ending with him twice taking a knee in the 11th round in order to prevent himself from being beaten even worse than he was.  → Read: “The Rebuilding of Miguel Cotto”


title Dawson vs. Tarver on October 11th — Boxing News

Antonio Tarver Glen JohnsonBy Scott Gilfoid: Former World Boxing Council light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson (27-0, 17 KOs) will take on IBF light heavyweight champion Antonio Tarver (27-4, 19 KOs) on October 11th, at the Palms Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada.  → Read: “Dawson vs. Tarver on October 11th — Boxing News”


title Hatton To Be Trained By Mayweather Sr.

Ricky HattonBy William Mackay: In a move that I think is utter waste of time, Ricky Hatton (44-1, 31 KOs) has taken on Floyd Mayweather Sr.  → Read: “Hatton To Be Trained By Mayweather Sr.”


title Is David Haye Using Names To Get Attention?

David HayeBy Chris Williams: With little experience under his belt in the heavyweight division other than a 1st round stoppage of Tomasz Bonin a year ago in April, former cruiserweight champion David Haye (21-1, 20 KOs) appears to be using other fighters’ names in order to gain attention to himself and thereby raise his own status as a fighter.  → Read: “Is David Haye Using Names To Get Attention?”


title Yoan Pablo Hernandez – Failing To Live Up To Expectations

Yoan Pablo HernandezBy Erik Schmidt: After jumping off to an impressive 14-0 start, former Cuban amateur standout Yoan Pablo Hernandez (16-1, 10 KOs) has looked less than impressive in his last three starts, losing one of them by Wayne Braithwaite by a disappointing 3rd round TKO in March, and then once again looking less awe inspiring in his recent fight last Saturday night, a 5th round TKO over 35 year-old Santiago De Paula (10-8-1, 10 KOs) in Berlin, Germany.  → Read: “Yoan Pablo Hernandez – Failing To Live Up To Expectations”


title Calderon vs. Cazares: No More Rematches, Please

Hugo Fidel Cazares Ivan CalderonBy Jim Dower: Last Saturday night, World Boxing Organization light flyweight champion Ivan Calderon (32-0, 6 KOs) once again defeated knockout artist Hugo Fidel Cazares (26-5-1, 19 KOs), this time by a 7th round technical decision after Calderon, 33, received a deep cut on the center of his forehead after clashing heads with Cazares.  → Read: “Calderon vs. Cazares: No More Rematches, Please”


title Ruiz-Valuev: Where Does John Go From Here?

John Ruiz Nikolai ValuevBy Aaron Klein: Two-time champion John Ruiz (43-8-1, 29 KOs) said that we would be seeing the new Ruiz, one that no longer clinched constantly like earlier in his career.  → Read: “Ruiz-Valuev: Where Does John Go From Here?”



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