WBC heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder was in Brooklyn to announce his Jan. 16 ring return but the brash American wanted to talk about a lot more.
What went wrong in Saturday’s Tyson Fury-Wladimir Klitschko heavyweight championship fight? Klitschko trainer Johnathon Banks offers an explanation.
The Klitschko-Fury fight may not have set the world on fire but a rematch with the former champion seeking revenge would still be a massive attraction.
Just days after losing the heavyweight championship to Tyson Fury, Klitschko announced on Instagram that he would exercise a rematch clause in 2016.
RingTV’s Lee Groves recently returned to Quebec City for a CompuBox job, covering a card highlighted by 168-pound James DeGale versus Lucian Bute.
After defeating former titleholder Lucian Bute on Saturday, reigning IBF super middleweight titleholder James DeGale is planning to unify the division.
Tyson Fury’s stunning victory over Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday can be attributed in good part to Klitschko’s inexplicable inactivity but the new champ deserves credit.
There’s still one belt not in Tyson Fury’s new collection out there … so how would a fight against Deontay Wilder play out?
Wladimir Klitschko was outsmarted, outthought, and perhaps even outsized by Tyson Fury, whose self-belief in this title fight was off the charts.
All credit to Tyson Fury for his win over Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday, but it looked like Klitschko may have been battling more than just the other man in the ring.
Tyson Fury poked and pecked his way to the heavyweight championship of the world by outworking and outpointing a listless Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday in Germany.
The time is almost at hand for unbeaten Brit Tyson Fury to put up or shut up against one of the most dominant heavyweight champions in boxing history.