Boxing

2016 Olympic super heavyweight silver medalist Joe “Juggernaut” Joyce is picking Anthony Joshua to take care of business this Saturday night in his title defense against Carlos Takam (35-3-1, 27 KOs) in their fight at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

Joyce, 6’6”, expects Joshua to get Takam out of there quickly and with ease when he squares off with him. Joyce knows what it’s like to be inside the ring with Joshua, as he sparred with him in the past, and he’s rumored to have knocked him down.

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SINGAPORE’S FAVORED MUHAMAD RIDHWAN CAPS THE SHOW WITH A WIN AND A VERY EXCITING FIGHT

SINGAPORE, 22 October 2017 –  Filipino boxer Michael “Hot & Spicy” Dasmarinas, lived up to his monicker and spiced up the evening at Ringstar Boxing’s ‘The Roar of Singapore III’, held at Suntec Convention & Exhibition in Singapore last weekend.

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In a surprise upset, undefeated #4 WBA Alberto Machado (19-0, 16 KOs) beat former WBA World super featherweight champion Jezreel Corrales (22-2, 8 KOs) by an 8th round knockout on Saturday night at the Turning Stone Resort Carson in Verona, New York. Corrales vs. Machado was the main event on HBO Championship Boxing, and it supplied plenty of excitement from start to finish..

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WBO #3 Jack Catterall (19-0, 10KO’s) defeats Tyrone Nurse (35, 3, 2, 7KO’s) in a Lancashire/ Yorkshire derby to claim the British super lightweight title by unanimous decision. The 3 judges scored it 118 to 111, 115-114 and 116-113, however Nurse was the home fighter and the 118-111 was probably the fairest scorecard.

Catterall was able to outwork Nurse, who seemed intent on pushing Catterall back and working on the inside, despite being the lesser inside fighter. Catterall moves on unbeaten, the fight was

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IBF/WBA heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he will be fighting WBC heavyweight champion Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder next year in a blockbuster fight. Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn, however, has given Wilder (38-0, 37 KOs) the conditions for them to get the fight with Joshua by saying he first must face and defeat Dillian Whyte (21-1, 16 KOs).

If Wilder wins that fight, then he can get the Joshua fight.

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