Former heavyweight Champion David Haye will take on another unknown but undefeated challenger, Arnold Gjergjaj on May 21.
Shannon Briggs bursts into David Haye’s press conference to question why Haye isn’t taken the opportunity to fight him and also question his opponent.
There’s no doubt that Blackwell is a tough competitor which he proved on Saturday night in the title bout against Eubank Jr after repeatedly taking big uppercuts from start to finish and the pair even earned each other’s respect post fight. However, the referee should have pulled Nick out a good two-three rounds earlier in the majority opinions of the viewers on Saturday night.
We’ve heard of trash talking and over-confidence in pre-fight press conferences and interviews but Eubank Jr continues to take the title for the best speaker in boxing which is not in the slightest influenced by Chris Eubank Sr.
During a recent interview with Fight Hype, Eubank Jr briefly explains the exchange of words during the intense face off between the pair.
It appears with just hours to go until the fight, we’re finally getting some press coverage and a face off!
As a huge fan of Andre Ward, I have to say that I am extremely disappointed with the lack of press this fight has had and considering it’s a big step for Ward moving up in weight class and challenging a known big puncher, Sullivan Barrera, this fight really did deserve more exposure.
With arguably the biggest test of his career set on April 9th 2016, Joshua recently said that he plans to take Charles Martin into uncomfortable waters to make the IBF world champion title fight as unpredictable as possible. In a recent interview with Sky Sports the undefeated heavyweight said:
Kell Brook is set to face Kevin Bizier tomorrow night (Saturday 26th March 2016) to defend his welterweight world title but is still pursuing big pay-per-view fight with Amir Khan and insists, Amir has “unfinished” business with the welterweight division.
That’s right…British boxing fans, we may get the opportunity to watch Tyson Fury beat the dog faeces out of Wladimir Klitscho, AGAIN! According to Boxingnewsonline.net, in an exclusive interview between promotor Mick Hennessy and George Gigney it was revealed that the rematch could be taking place in England.