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RingTv image Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Readers comment on Amir Khan’s reaction to Floyd Mayweather’s mind games, Vasyl Lomachenko’s record-breaking gamble, the heavyweight rankings, GGG hype, and come up with a strange boxing fantasy situation in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!

RingTv image David Price returns with first round win

David Price returns with first round win

Popular British heavyweight David Price returned to the win column on Saturday with a first-round stoppage of late replacement Istvan Ruzsinszky, who was unable to overcome huge height and reach disparities to land anything of consequence.

RingTv image David Price back in action against late replacement

David Price back in action against late replacement

British heavyweight hopeful David Price has made some camp alterations since suffering back-to-back TKO losses to Tony Thompson last year and is eager to show an improved version of himself when he takes on late replacement Istvan Ruzsinszky on Saturday.

RingTv image One last go-around for David Tua

One last go-around for David Tua

Little is known about what former heavyweight contender David Tua has left as he approaches his clash with Alexander Ustinov on Saturday in New Zealand. The 40-year-old puncher, one of the most popular big men of the 1990s, says he’s ready but he also knows that he’s near the end of his career.

RingTv image Ruiz looks to advance from chubby hope to heavyweight hero

Ruiz looks to advance from chubby hope to heavyweight hero

Andy Ruiz Jr., who faces fellow unbeaten heavyweight Joe Hanks on Saturday, says his opponents often underestimate his ability because of his obese appearance. “They doubt me because I’m a chubby kid,” he says, “… and when they get in the ring, they get their asses knocked out.”