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Anthony Joshua wants revenge vs Usyk next year

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Anthony Joshua vengance!

\”The guy\’s devastated. All he can think about is winning the rematch and what he\’s got to do to improve.\”

Joshua camp desire for vengeance is burning. Hearns said to DAZN that they are planning to hold it by 2022.

\”Yes, we will be (invoking the rematch clause),\” Joshua promoter Eddie Hearn said on The DAZN Boxing Show
\”I think it\’s going to be the early part of next year, probably anywhere between February and March or something like that,\” Hearn said. \”AJ wants to get back straight to training. But I\’ll tell you, it\’s a fickle world we live in. I actually had people messaging me on Sunday and Saturday, saying, \’I think I think it\’s time for AJ to retire. I\’m not sorry. I\’m not sure he wants it any more.\’ 

\”One thing I\’ll tell you is I\’m telling you now he can beat Usyk,\” Hearn said. \”He\’s just shared 12 rounds with him. He has to adopt a different strategy and a different style to have a chance of doing it. But write him off. Write him off at your peril. Because the guy I spoke to this morning is desperate to win this rematch.\”

The Joshua vs Usyk fight shocked the boxing fans because the underdog Usyk won by unanimous decision.

Now, what will happen to Joshua\’s dream to fight Wilder and Fury?

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Leon Edwards settles doubt after denying Kamaru Usman again

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Leon Edwards settles doubt after denying Kamaru Usman again

It was not luck nor a fluke. Leon Edwards proved once again that he is better than Kamaru Usman after winning their rematch in the main event of UFC 286.

Edwards successfully defended the UFC welterweight belt he stole from Usman back in August with a majority decision victory in front of his home crowd at the O2 Arena in London, England.

He connected 120 significant strikes compared to only 87 from Usman while also limiting the latter’s takedown attempts.

“I knew it was a close fight and I knew he would come out [hard] in the last round. He was keeping good pressure on but not much was happening,” Edwards said after the fight.

Shortly after winning, UFC revealed that he will next make a title defense against Colby Covington in a to be determined date and venue

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Lonzo Ball to potentially miss second straight NBA season due to third knee surgery

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Lonzo Ball to potentially miss second straight NBA season due to third knee surgery

Lonzo Ball is on a tough road returning to the NBA after confirming another necessary surgery on his left knee.

The 25-year old Chicago guard has not played since January 14, 2022 due to his knee injury and now he will undergo a knife for the third time in the same knee.

He expressed frustration but clings on to a full recovery.

“My main focus has been on returning to the court and getting to a place where I can rejoin my teammates. This has been a frustrating process, but I’m confident these next steps are the best path forward,” he said in a statement.

This reminds many of Derrick Rose’s injury-ridden career with the Bulls. However, Ball, just like Rose, continues to persevere to overcome the setback.

“The support of my family, friends, fans and medical staff throughout my recovery is what keeps me moving forward. I can’t wait to get back to what I love doing most – playing basketball.”

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NBA further suspends Ja Morant for eight games after conducting own investigation

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NBA further suspends Ja Morant for eight games after conducting own investigation

While Ja Morant is continuously being away from the Memphis Grizzlies after his gun showing incident, the NBA has already decided on what his punishment will be.

Morant has been suspended for eight games without pay that will cost around $669,000 of his salary, this started when he stepped away from the game to reevaluate himself.

He has already served six games and will continue to be ineligible for the next two games. However, despite these suspensions, Morant’s return seemingly remains indefinite.

“Ja’s conduct was irresponsible, reckless and potentially very dangerous. It also has serious consequences given his enormous following and influence, particularly among young fans who look up to him,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver in the league’s statement.

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