I didn’t even realise this fight happened.. but it was actually quite fun and competitive, if also a little sad. Anyway say hello to your new WBC WORLD BRIDGERWEIGHT CHAMPION!!!
Heavyweight History with Emanuel Steward (Boxing Documentary)
Tyson Fury Promises to Finish Wilder in Annihilating Fashion | Inside Fury vs Wilder III - Part 3
Till This Day - VxMP (Prod by Steelzatron)
Mark Breland hits back at Wilder accusations. Admits Wilder will never beat Fury.
Yes the real fight of night, the one we’ve all been waiting for. The Great champion in recess Mahmoud Carr against the mystical unicorn himself. Chris Lovejoy
I thought this was really appropriate--Reynoso and Sanchez giving great advice. At one point, you can hear Sanchez say (I think): "You're losing." He whispers it in GGG's ear. At another you here Reynoso tell Canelo not to try to knock out GGG because he's too strong (I bet he has not hear that too often). I have to say that I'm more impressed with Reynoso in this bout, but it's worth a watch.
I missed this--it obv went up prior to Gongora's last fight, but he seems very down to earth, and for a promo youtube vid, I thought it was interesting and showed his character. It's really too bad he didn't get a shot at better fights earlier in his career, as he is already 31, but there you go.
After beating Deontay Wilder in their February rematch, Tyson Fury has put himself, most would agree, as the top name in the division. Here, from the perspective of his opponents, sparring partners and anylists, we take a look at just what it would be like to face the smooth-moving 6 foot 9 switch-hitter.
Response to LDBC fan's emotional breakdown over Wilder losing to Fury.