Khan can beat Floyd

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Renowned boxing trainer Freddie Roach believes Amir Khan has all the attributes required and necessary to inflict the first defeat of his career on Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Reports continue to circulate in the English and American media that the undefeated Welterweight champion of the world and the World Boxing Council or the WBC belt holder will take the Bolton based brawler on in a match on the 3rd of May at Las Vegas in Nevada with the Khan camp confident that an agreement can be reached with the notoriously poor negotiating team of Money.


Carl Froch ignores Calzaghe advice

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Former world champion and legendary Welsh boxer Joe Calzaghe believes Englishman and double world champion Carl Froch is risking his long term legacy in the sport by sidestepping from a rematch against George Groves, who he beat in a controversial win last month in Sheffield in a world title match.

According to the unbeaten Welshman, Groves was dominating the match quite easily before the referee brought the match to an abrupt halt in the middle of the ninth round when the challenger had slacked off slightly under the power of the champion’s punches.


Better sports with online betting

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Floyd Sr. wants his son to fight Pacquiao

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Floyd Mayweather Sr. thinks that his son Floyd Jr. will set up a fight against English boxer Amir Khan next rather than taking on the challenge of the World Boxing Association or the WBA and World Boxing Council or the WBC Light Welterweight Championship holder Danny Garcia.

The senior Floyd, however, believes neither of the two will stand a chance of defeating his son inside the ring and as a result, he is not particularly thrilled about him taking on any one of them. And the one fighter Floyd Sr. thinks will get the fans and he excited is if his son fought Manny Pacquiao.


Manny Pacquiao could be facing Floyd

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his arch nemesis Manny Pacquiao have agreed to sit down and talk about a potential super match in the near future, if and when Floyd manages to overcome the challenge of Saul Alvarez, who is set to face this weekend at Las Vegas in Nevada for the World Boxing Council or the WBC Welterweight Championship.


Carl Froch rejected Cleverly fight

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Frank Warren, the acclaimed boxing promoter has confirmed to the English media that English boxing world champion Carl Froch has turned down the chance to take on Nathan Cleverly in a much hyped Fight of Britain after his massive win against Mikkel Kessler.

Not only that, Warren also revealed that it didn’t take the International Boxing Federation or the IBF and the World Boxing Association or the WBA Super Middleweight champion more than an hour to reject the offer as well.


Cleverly wins easily against Krasniqi

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Nathan Cleverly successfully defended his World Boxing Organization or the WBO Light Heavyweight Championship against Robert Krasniqi last night as he remains on course for a title unification match against the International Boxing Federation or the IBF Light Heavyweight Championship holder Bernard Hopkins in a lucrative fight.

The unbeaten Welshman stayed on course for that staggering payday as he brushed aside the Kosovo born German on points, winning 120 – 108, 120 – 108 and 119 – 109 at the fabled Wembley Arena in England.


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Amir Khan doesn’t take criticism

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English boxer and former world champion Amir Khan has admitted that he has given up trying to win over each and every boxing fan, stating that no matter what he does inside the boxing ring, he will always be denounced by a section of the crowd.

The Bolton based brawler takes on Julio Diaz as he looks to get back into the reckoning and try and regain his footing in the division to get another crack at regaining the Light Welterweight Championship.


Calzaghe named Fighter of the Decade

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It is very rare for Americans to praise someone from the shores of Britain and even if they do heap praise on someone, they never tend to go overboard.

So, it was extremely refreshing as well as an astonishing piece of news when it emerged that Joe Calzaghe was give the recognition he deserved across the Atlantic. A group of influential fight personalities from New York known as Ring 8 named the Welsh boxing legend as the Fighter of the Decade.


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