Former title challengers Martin Murray and George Groves will collide in a crossroads battle from which defeat for either will be tough to bounce back.
The last time David Haye threw down in a professional prize ring was July 2012. He returns this Saturday night against an unknown quantity with a big punch.
What a great way to end the year at 160 pounds, with Andy Lee and Billy Joe Saunders, THE RING No. 3- and No. 4-rated middleweights, fighting for Lee’s WBO title.
British middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. will have had tougher times in sparring than he did with Tony Jeter but moves on to an intriguing collision in December.
WBO middleweight titleholder Andy Lee is scheduled to face Billy Joe Saunders in Manchester, England, on Dec. 19 and insists that his mind is fully on the job.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, the focus in on heavyweight contender Mike Perez, who takes his undefeated record into the ring against Bryant Jennings in a WBC title eliminator on July 26.
The proposed comeback of English heavyweight David Price has been put on hold by a dose of flu. Also, 2012 Olympic heavyweight gold medallist Anthony Joshua has withdrawn from his next professional outing because of a shoulder injury.
English heavyweight David Price is linking up with Adam Booth, long-time trainer of David Haye, as he attempts to rebuild his career following back-to-back defeats to veteran American Tony Thompson. “It’s a fresh start,” said the 30-year-old 2008 Olympic bronze medallist.
British super middleweight George Groves has confirmed Paddy Fitzpatrick as his new trainer. The move follows the 25-year-old contender’s shock decision to split with long-time trainer Adam Booth barely two months before his challenge to IBF titleholder Carl Froch.