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10 Year Anniversary – Greatest Fights – Part 1

2007 featured a few good fights for Boxing. Here I want to revisit some of the best fights of that year, and the impact that those matches made on the fight game moving forward. 9/29/2007 – Kelly Pavlik vs Jermain Taylor for the Middleweight Championship During this period for boxing the middleweight division wasn’t as dominant as it were in the past few years. Roy Jones, Hopkins, Trinidad etc. Had moved up to the Light Heavyweight, and we were entering the emergence of the Welterweight Division. Coming into this fight Pavlik was beginning to make a name for himself amongst ...

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Ward vs Kovalev – Post Match Review

Whatever doubts there were after Andre Ward was given a highly controversial unanimous decision, along with three light heavyweight title belts following his November fight against Sergey Kovalev, there were none remaining after Saturday night. I predicted Andre Ward to win by decision, and in a shocking fashion Andre Ward won via knockout to the body in the 8th round! Although Kovalev said he trained for better stamina, he seemed to be very winded after the 4th round. Ward had a vicious body attack but he was warned twice during the fight for low blows. Kovalev claimed the final body ...

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Hillman/Speight clash stopped after injury

Sidcup’s Martin Hillman (9-4) suffered from a dangerous looking head swelling in his Southern Area featherweight title fight after a head clash with former titleholder Jamie Speight (15-11) at Mote Park Leisure Centre on May 29th. Speight (15-11) ruined the 26-year-old home fighter’s dream of lifting the coveted Southern Area strap with a 10th-round stoppage after referee Ian John-Lewison stepped in to stop the fight, concerned for Hillman after suffering a bad swelling on the head. The doctor had allowed the injured fighter to continue after a lump appeared on his forehead but following two more targeted shots from Speight, ...

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Burns’ still holds fire in his belly despite surprise Indongo defeat

Indongo is the new super-lightweight WBA and IBF champion. Photo Credit: Sky Sports

Ricky Burns will be looking over his battle from this weekend just gone against Julius Indongo on Saturday night with disappointment. There was little for the former three time world title holder to take away from the defeat but even then it would appear Burns still has the fire in his belly as he refuses to contemplate retiring from the sport he loves so much. Burns’ performance in Glasgow, Scotland on Saturday night surprised many. He came into the fight against the Nambian IBF light welter-weight holder as the favourite but his performance on the night suggested he was never ...

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