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21 JUNE 2018

 


Brewster overcomes whole of Germany and targets single Ukraine

Interview by Ant Evans: There are currently four heavyweight title-holders, but only two of them are capable of scoring knockouts and entertaining the fans.

WBO champion Lamon Brewster is one of them. Brewster overcomes whole of Germany and targets single Ukraine

Hatton plans junior welter Grand Slam

Exclusive interview by Ant Evans: Trying not to let threats of legal action distract him too much, IBF junior welterweight champion Ricky Hatton is planning to sweep up all the major titles at 10stone (140lbs).

"I actually wanted Vivian Harris, who Maussa beat, next," Hatton told SecondsOut. "Vivian Harris had a big mouth and looked very silly getting beat by Massua. I don't want to look silly so I'll be preparing for this fight just as hard as I did against Tszyu." Hatton plans junior welter Grand Slam

Ultra-confident Lacy promises Calzaghe KO

Interview by Ant Evans: Jeff Lacy proved his potential in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, he proved that he was an exciting fan favourite while serving a 16 fight professional apprenticeship and proved that he was good enough to win an alphabet 'world' title or two by beating Syd Vanderpool for the IBF belt last October. But it was only two weeks ago (August 6) when 'Left Hook' blasted the teak tough former WBC champ Robin Reid to pieces that he became a star. Ultra-confident Lacy promises Calzaghe KO

Robin Reid: fuelled by emotion

By Ant Evans: Former WBC super-middleweight champion Robin Reid is about as emotional a fighter as I've come across since I began covering boxing professionally eight years ago. Whereas a large percentage of fighters switch off their everyday emotions when training camp begins, Reid's thoughts and feelings germinate away inside him like bacillus. Robin Reid: fuelled by emotion

Tarver back in fall, maybe against B-Hop or Roy

Interview by Ant Evans: Cocky, charismatic and once again facile princeps at light-heavyweight after settling the score with Glen Johnson a month ago, Antonio Tarver is looking for a big dance partner for his September/October return. And, tantalizingly, the reigning IBO and consensus 175lbs champion's name has been linked in a super-fight showdown with former middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins for October 1. Tarver back in fall, maybe against B-Hop or Roy

Klitschko v Williamson II takes place in New Jersey court

By Ant Evans: After hours of settlement talks failed last Thursday, New Jersey District Court Judge Williams Martini will now decide whether DaVarryl Williamson or Wladimir Klitschko gets to challenge Chris Byrd for the International Boxing Federation world heavyweight title this summer. Klitschko v Williamson II takes place in New Jersey court

Samuel Peter: heavyweight saviour select

Interview by Ant Evans: He's young, he's powerful, he's heavy handed and plenty of people are hoping against hope that he's the future of the heavyweight division. He's Samuel Peter, the aggressive, unbeaten 'Nigerian Nightmare' who will be showcased once again this Saturday night when he clashes with once-defeated Taurus Sykes at the Events Center in Reno, Nevada (Showtime televise 9pm ET/PT). Samuel Peter: heavyweight saviour select

Harrison still on the right track

By Clive Bernath: It never ceases to amaze me that when Britain produces a genuine heavyweight title contender, that certain members of the British press and indeed a good percentage of those within the sport, take it upon themselves to act as judge and jury as to how that particular fighter should conduct their path to the top of the greatest prize sport. Harrison still on the right track

2004 UK wish list

By Clive Bernath:
When a new year begins it is a traditional trait for most boxing writers, and fans come to think of it, to reflect on the past 12 months and dream up their own wish list of fights they want to see in 2004. 2004 UK wish list

Frazier v Foreman: Man against monster

By Anthony Evans
Thirty-two years ago George Foreman blitzed world heavyweight champion and fellow legend Joe Frazier in two of the most one-sided and chilling displays of human firepower in the history of fighting. Frazier v Foreman: Man against monster
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