Fans share their thoughts on Saturday’s Wladimir Klitschko-Alexander Povetkin and Miguel Cotto-Delvin Rodriguez fights, next weekend’s Bradley-Marquez showdown, the Mayweather-Khan rumors, and one reader asks Dougie to list the best fighters ever in each division in this week’s Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
A recent statement from Amir Khan was sent out to dispel the rumor that he has pulled out of a potential match-up against Devon Alexander on Dec. 7 to take a fight against Floyd Mayweather in May.
Even Alexander Povetkin, who holds the WBA’s “regular” heavyweight title, considers Wladimir Klitschko to be the real champ, and most of the fans who took part in a recent RingTV.com poll believe that Klitschko will keep his crown when the two Olympic gold medalists fight on Saturday.
Undefeated heavyweights Magomed Abdusalamov and Mike Perez have been added to the undercard of the Nov. 2 middleweight clash between WBA beltholder Gennady Golovkin and Curtis Stevens.
As part of the wrap-up to last Saturday’s majority decision by Floyd Mayweather Jr. over Canelo Alvarez, Showtime will air the final episode of All Access: Mayweather vs. Canelo.
Heavyweight KO artist Deontay Wilder, who has been added to the Oct. 26 Bernard Hopkins-Karo Murat card, believes David Haye will defeat Tyson Fury on Feb. 8, and that he will be fighting for a major title during the early months of next year.
Heavyweight knockout artist Deontay Wilder is preparing as if he will be fighting on the Oct. 26 Bernard Hopkins-Karo Murat card on Showtime from Atlantic City.
Heavyweight Tony Thompson has won seven of his past eight fights by knockout heading into Saturday’s clash with Kubrat Pulev.
RingTV.com checked in with David Haye during the former heavyweight titleholder’s camp for his anticipated Sept. 28 showdown with unbeaten contender Tyson Fury, which takes place in Manchester, England. Haye, who is amused by Fury’s brashness, says he will test the giant’s chin on fight night.
Wladimir Klitschko will defend his RING heavyweight championship against unbeaten Alexander Povetkin on Oct. 5 in Moscow. The two Olympic champs spoke about the fight at a press conference on Monday.
Unbeaten heavyweight Deontay Wilder may have to choose between serving as a sparring partner for David Haye or being ringside for a scouting report on the Seth Mitchell-Chris Arreola fight on Sept. 6.
RING heavweight champ Wladimir Klitschko’s Oct. 5 defense against Alexander Povetkin will be announced during an official press conference on Monday in Moscow.
Eddie Chambers has done well as a small heavyweight in an era of giants, but the Pittsburgh native has decided to drop down in weight to the cruiserweight division where he will face Thabiso Mchunu in his 200-pound debut tonight on NBC Sports Net.