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Boxing Legend claims to bring hell against Pacquiao, Mayweather during his prime

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Two of the greatest boxers to ever lace the gloves will suffer hell claimed boxing legend Thomas Hearns if they were to fight during his prime.
Hearns is a five-division world champion who competed from 1977 to 2006.
He fought in the welterweight division and was able to go up to four more divisions during his entire career.
The retired American boxer stated that despite Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. are good boxers; he will school them during his prime.
Manny Pacquiao, I think that he’s a pretty good fighter. I think that he would do well. He would do okay [against me]. I think that he would do pretty good,” he said during his interview with the Ring Magazine.
\”He would have to come to me. I would probably box him and keep boxing him and look for the shot. Yeah, I would box him and look for the opening. I would give him a good boxing lesson.\”
Compare to the records; both boxers have fought a lot; Hearns had 61 wins with 45 knockouts, five defeats, and one draw on his professional career, while Pacquiao is currently at 62 wins, including 29 knockouts, seven losses, and two draws.
On the other hand, he also weighed the unbeaten 50-0 Floyd Mayweather Jr.
“I think that Floyd Mayweather would do pretty good (against me),” he stated. “He’s got good head movement, and I can’t put him down. I have to give him his props. He could last.”
But the bottom line, Hearns still considered himself winning against the two future boxing legends.
“Listen, they’re good fighters,” Hearns said of Pacquiao and Mayweather. “I can’t take anything away from those guys. But you know anybody who was in my weight division, you know, I would give them hell.”
\”They would have to be fighting hard and be ready to absorb a lot of punches to beat me. Because, you know, I ain’t going to let anybody just come in and beat me.”

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Francis Ngannou cries ‘deception’ vs Anthony Joshua camp

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Francis Ngannou cries ‘deception’ vs Anthony Joshua camp

Former UFC fighter Francis Ngannou accused AJ camp of ‘trickery’ when he suffered devastating knockdowns in the first and second round last March 8, 2024 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The MMA fighter and former UFC heavyweight champion said that AJ camp sabotaged him by letting him go early in the arena.

“We both fought at 3am. What I think, something that’s happened is that they get me to the arena very early. Like my pickup time was 10.30pm to go to the arena. And then when we get to the arena, they tell us that we are scheduled around 1.45am. right?” Ngannou blurted.

He believed that he came exhausted, which resulted in his humiliating defeat.

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Texas Department urges Mike Tyson to pass EEG, EKG tests

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Texas Department urges Mike Tyson to pass EEG, EKG tests

The 57-year old legend Mike Tyson (50 wins – 6 loss) vs 27-year old YouTuber Jake Paul (9 wins – 1 loss) must undergo major tests before the fight to materialize at AT&T Stadium in Texas Arlington on July 20, 2024.

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations (TDLR) urged Tyson to undergo or pass a brain test Electroencephalography (EEG) and Electrocardiogram (EKG) for the heart.

“A person aged 36 or older applying for a contestant’s license must submit a report of favourable physical testing conducted within the previous 12 months, including but not limited to an EEG and an EKG.” TDLR elaborated.

Meanwhile, the American youtuber explained that he picked Tyson because he wants to change the history of boxing. He already fought Floyd Mayweather Jr but he lost.

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WBC, Dela Hoya warrant Ryan Garcia vs Athletic Commission

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WBC, Dela Hoya warrant Ryan Garcia vs Athletic Commission

After the controversial posts of Ryan Garcia and the alleged Mental Health evaluation request of the Athletic Commision, the World Boxing Commission (WBC) assured that they are in talks with New York State Commission (NYSC) for the April 20, 2024 bout.

Ryan Garcia (24 wins 1 loss) will clash with undefeated Devin Haney (31 wins – 0 loss) in April however, Ryan faces a number of issues. Though it may be part of marketing their fight, the fans are alarmed how Garcia is behaving in social media.

Boxing Hall of Famer, Golden Boy Promotions founder Oscar Dela Hoya said that Garcia is in great spirits in the gym.

“Don’t mind the posts, that takes like five, 10 seconds of his time. He’s working hard every single minute of the day.” he exclaimed.

WBC president Mauricio Sulaimán said that the fight is not cancelled.

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