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Przemysław Saleta (47 l., 44-7, 22 k.o.) zmienił metody treningowe przed pojedynkiem z Tomaszem Adamkiem (39 l., 49-4, 29 k.o.) 26 września na gali Polsat Boxing Night w Łodzi. Były mistrz Europy wagi ciężkiej chce zaskoczyć Adamka siłą. - Będę ważył więcej, będę większy i jestem pewien, że wygram! - przekonuje.

 


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#2 WBA Adrien “The Problem” Broner (30-2, 22 KOs) will be fighting #5 WBA Khabib Allakhverdiev (19-1, 9 KOs) this Saturday night on October 3rd for the vacant WBA “regular” light welterweight title on Showtime Championship Boxing from the U.S. Bank Arena, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

 


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Watch Viktor Postol vs Lucas Matthysse Live Stream Online here. Lucas Matthysse has been confirmed to take on undefeated Ukrainian superstar Viktor Postol for the vacant WBC World Super Lightweight Championship on Saturday, October 3—at the StubHub Centre in Carson, California. 

 


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Gennady Golovkin feels Saturday's middleweight unification bout against David Lemieux in New York will be "like a street fight". Golovkin puts his WBA Super and WBC titles up against Lemieux's IBF strap at Madison Square Garden, where he will bid to maintain his unbeaten 33-fight record.

 


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Two of the most destructive Middleweight boxing standouts on the planet will trade punches in the venerable Madison Square Garden in New York, N.Y., as Gennady Golovkin collides with David Lemieux in the main event of a four-fight pay-per-view (PPV) that figures to kick all kinds of ass.

 


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Watch Terence Crawford vs Dierry Jean Live Streaming Online on Sportsbun. Crawford will return home to make the first defense of his junior welterweight world title against Montreal contender Dierry Jean on Oct. 24 (HBO, 9:30 p.m. ET/PT) at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, promoter Top Rank announced Thursday.

 


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Amir Khan

Amir Khan has been mocking Kell Brook on social media

Amir Khan demanded an 80-20 purse split in his favour to fight IBF welterweight champion and domestic rival Kell Brook, says Brook's promoter Eddie Hearn.

Khan, a former light-welterweight world champion, had taken to Twitter to accuse Brook of ducking him.

Khan added that Brook's demand of a 50-50 split was unacceptable.

Hearn said Brook would be happy to take the thin end of a 60-40 split and that he would continue to negotiate with Khan's team on that basis.

Hearn added that Khan's team had demanded more than £7m to fight Brook, which would have left Brook with £2.5m at most.

Hearn later told Sky Sports News: "He [Khan] is trying to price himself out of the fight because he doesn't want it.

"It's been very positive for the last few weeks and when there is dialogue it's always good. But I was left gobsmacked by their demands.

Frankie Gavin and Kell Brook

Brook stopped Frankie Gavin in his last fight in May, taking his record to 35 wins and no defeats

"I appreciate Khan is probably a bigger name than Kell Brook but Kell Brook is world champion and he needs some kind of parity. More importantly, he needs some respect."

Brook also weighed in to the row tweeting: "There you have it Amir Khan, put up or shut up. No more talk, June 4 Wembley stadium for the world title. I will destroy you."

Khan had hoped to fight Manny Pacquiao this year, but when Pacquiao decided to take a deciding match against Timothy Bradley instead it looked like a fight against Brook was a near certainty.

However, Khan's latest Twitter outburst - in which he mocked Brook for fighting "bums" and ducking the best in the welterweight division - would suggest that is not the case.

Bolton's Khan, who had also hoped to fight Floyd Mayweather last year before the American legend's retirement, says he would like a rematch with Danny Garcia next.

The unbeaten Garcia, who knocked Khan out in 2012, faces fellow American Robert Guerrero in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Khan, 29, has not fought since outpointing Chris Algieri in New York last May and has not held any world titles since losing to Lamont Peterson in 2011.

Sheffield's Brook, also 29, has also not fought since last May, when he stopped fellow Briton Frankie Gavin. Brook faces a mandatory defence against unheralded Canadian Kevin Bizier in March.

Meanwhile, Khan says Pacquiao's suggestion a fight between the two men was nixed by Khan's team "are wholly inaccurate and false".

"An initial meeting took place last September between [Pacquiao's promoter] Bob Arum and my uncle and lawyer in London," said Khan.

"My team was told by Bob Arum that it was a choice between either [WBO light-welterweight champion] Terence Crawford or myself.

"[Pacquiao's] team knew a fight between us would be a very dangerous one for him and best avoided. A fight with Bradley - who Pacquiao in most opinions has beaten twice - is a much easier option."

Who does khan think he is :lol: 80:20 you know

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Would love for brook to bang this guy out

!!!

Eddie mugged him off on twitter

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Khan is lost in the sauce

 

Garcia would ko him again

 

Looking like Eddie might steal that fight for Brook anyway if Khans being a fass :lol:

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Haven't watched the above, but like I always say the Brook fight doesn't disappear for Khan, but at the same time if Khan fights and loses to Brook its hard to see where he goes next, even if he wins it doesnt exactly propel him into another major international fight, champ or not.

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