Boxing

Joshua Buatsi Outpoints Dan Azeez In An All-British Light

Joshua Buatsi Outpoints Dan Azeez In An All-British Light

Joshua Buatsi Outpoints Dan Azeez In An All-British Light, Buatsi floored his fellow Londoner twice in the 11th round, although Azeez insisted he slipped on both occasions. Two judges scored it 116-110 and the other 117-109 to Buatsi in a bout where both men continued swinging into the final seconds. He Pushed Me Every Round He's A Champion "I couldn't have done it without Dan, it's a pleasure to share the ring with him. Dan was pounding my head. He made me fight every second. Dan, big up yourself." The contest was an eliminator for WBA champion Dmitry Bivol's world…
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John Ryder British Super Middleweight Announces Retirement

John Ryder British Super Middleweight Announces Retirement

John Ryder British Super Middleweight Announces Retirement, British super-middleweight John Ryder has announced his retirement from boxing after a 13-year career CricBuzz Live. The 35-year-old, who twice fought for a world title, suffered a stoppage defeat by Mexico's Jaime Munguia in his last outing on 27 January. The Londoner retires with a record of 32 wins Ryder said it was with a "heavy heart" that he had decided to stop fighting but said he had enjoyed a "blessed" and "amazing" career. "Starting in Bethnal Green in [September] 2010 and ending in Phoenix, Arizona. I've been lucky enough to box everywhere.…
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Hamzah Sheeraz Stops Liam Williams In One Round In London

Hamzah Sheeraz Stops Liam Williams In One Round In London

Hamzah Sheeraz Stops Liam Williams In One Round In London, Middleweight Hamzah Sheeraz defeated Liam Williams in one round in an unstoppable performance in London CricBuzz Live. The Briton extended his unbeaten record to 19 fights, dropping Williams twice thanks to his blistering speed. Sheeraz, 24, delivered on a promise to make a statement by stopping Williams, a former world title challenger. "I had a lot of doubters going into this fight [who] thought I wasn't able to keep up with this caliber of fighter," Sheeraz said. Williams Had Cut A Confident Figure All Through Williams had cut a confident…
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Oleksandr Usyk Vs Tyson Fury Promoter Frank Warren on Briton’s Cut

Oleksandr Usyk Vs Tyson Fury Promoter Frank Warren on Briton’s Cut

Oleksandr Usyk Vs Tyson Fury Promoter Frank Warren on Briton's Cut, Promoter Frank Warren says Tyson Fury had been "training like a demon" and it is "ridiculous" to question the legitimacy of the Briton's eye injury Cricbuzz Live. Heavyweight Fury, 35, had been due to fight Oleksandr Usyk on 17 February but withdrew from the contest after sustaining a cut in sparring. The undisputed title fight has been rescheduled for 18 May in Saudi Arabia. "Tyson wants [the fight]. Some of the stuff that's been going out. I've never heard anything like it," Warren said. Fury is the WBC champion…
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