Tony Bellew vs David Haye on December 18th is OFF. Earlier this week it was announced that the huge rematch between the pair has been postponed due to Haye becoming injured. Haye was training, running up and down stairs which he says he has done many times before when he fell. He grabbed onto the bar next to him to try to stop his fall and tore his bicep. He had to have surgery and is now back in recovery and trying to get back fit for a fight in 2018.
Kovalev vs Shabranskyy… Sergey Kovalev returned the ring last night after two successive losses to Andre Ward, he returned to fight Vyacheslav Shabranskyy for the WBO World Title. This was a big fight for Kovalev as it could see him rise back to the top of the division after the retirement of Ward earlier this year.
Sergey ‘Krusher’ Kovalev is back in action this weekend against Vyacheslav Shabranskyy fighting for the WBO and IBO titles.
David Haye Injured! David Haye was set to fight Tony Bellew on the 17th of December in a huge rematch after Bellew pulled off a huge upset in the last fight. This fight has been postponed due to Haye obtaining an injury during training. Haye was doing stairs training which he said he had done a lot before when he fell and as he fell he grabbed onto a bar next to him and ripped his bicep. He has had to have surgery and he said he should be back in the gym starting to rebuild strength in a couple of weeks. The fight has been postponed until 2018 and most likely a March or May date.
Tyson’s return to the ring is said to be in April 2018 according to his trainer Peter Fury. But who will he fight? Is it Shannon Briggs.
Is Deontay Wilder being a hypocrite when he judges Anthony Joshua or is his predictions well founded and supported?
Oscar De La Hoya branded the super-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor a ‘disgrace’… now he wants to fight McGregor?Lets start from the beginning.
This weekend we are set to see Daniel Jacobs face Luis Arias at the Nassau Coliseum in a big middleweight bout. Stay tuned for a post on the Jacobs vs Arias bout. On the undercard, we have some decent fights including Conor Benn’s debut stateside and a heavyweight clash between Mariusz Wach vs Jarrell Miller.
Deontay Wilder certainly made a statement to the heavyweight division on Saturday night. He faced Bermane Stiverne in the rematch at the Barclays Centre, Brooklyn. Wilder vs Stiverne 2 was a chance for Wilder to try and make a statement to the heavyweight division.
Tyson Fury has been given the ‘green light’ from the BBBofC to return to the ring. The ex-world champion was a world class fighter when he beat the great Wladimir Klitschko in a huge upset. So who could Fury face when he returns to the ring.