PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Post Nigeria Former boxer, David Haye has warned British fighter, Tyson Fury, not to be over-confident ahead of his third fight with American boxer, Deontay Wilder. Haye believes Fury needs to realise that his fight against Wilder is the biggest bout of his life, adding that the Gypsy king could be going into the contest under-prepared.
History was made at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, 25th September, when Oleksandr Usyk defeated Former WBA (super) WBO, IBF and IBO world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua. By his victory, the Ukrainian became the first boxer to hold all four major cruiserweight titles, and the third Cruiserweight champion, after Evander Holyfield and David Haye, to also become a world heavyweight champion.
Boxing is one of the toughest games in the world. It is a game that requires size, agility and strength of each player. So size is one of the biggest advantages in the game. One of the men who can be said to have one of the biggest advantages is the man known as Nikolai Valuev. He is best known as the world tallest and heaviest boxer in the world. He held the WBA Heavyweight Championship twice. He is 7ft tall and weighs 328 pounds, which is the highest for any boxer. He is Popularly known as the Beast from the
Nikolai Valuev is a dominant force in the boxing world, standing at the height of 7feet tall and the weight of 149 kilograms, the Russian giant is considered to be the tallest and Heaviest Boxer to fight in the ring. Born on 21st August 1973, Nikolai Valuev gained recognition in the boxing world when he challenged and defeated the then WBA heavyweight champion John Ruiz in 2005, making him the tallest and Heaviest Boxer to hold the title. Nikolai Valuev fight a total number of 53 fights, he won 50 of his fights,
According to David Haye, Anthony Joshua will beat Tyson Fury because he is 'physically superior'. He added that the skilled boxer doesn't always win. The boxer with speed, endurance, will win, strategy, and has trained well will triumph. He said Anthony Joshua has many other factors to win the match, not just skill. Anthony Joshua also has an athletic body and so, will win Tyson Fury. Anthony Joshua who is the IBF, WBA, and WBO champion, and Tyson Fury, the WBC title-holder have "approved a site offer" for their
Chelsea Football Club just like every other top European side, have a large fan base consisting of different Nationalities but very few of these fans have being really close to the Blues Squad. One of such fan is Frank Khalid, who have being a seasoned follower of the Blues. Frank Khalid was born on the 22nd of November, 1968. Khalid grew up in Newham, London. He was raised in a high crime rate area and has witnessed the impact of crime as a youth but this did not deter him from reaching out to the stars. He
Mike Tyson has reported his return and will battle another incredible superstar Roy Jones Jr in a display session, yet while most in the boxing scene have avoided the move, Anthony Joshua has given Iron Mike his full support. Anthony Joshua has supported Mike Tyson's thrilling return to boxing, notwithstanding across the board analysis from others in the game. Tyson will meet his fellow superstar Roy Jones Jr in a one on one match on September 12, having reported his arrival via web-based networking media(Internet).
Previous expert British fighter, David Haye has announced Anthony Joshua as the main fighter who could beat Tyson Fury. Wrath shot to the highest point of the boxing match-up after he took out the beforehand undefeated Deontay Wilder to guarantee the WBC world title in February leaving him as the main top undefeated heavyweight fighter as Joshua lost to Andy Ruiz in June a year ago. An all British heavyweight confrontation battle among Joshua and Fury is being mooted for the year's end when the Coronavi
Former Heavyweight Champion David Haye has revealed he will consider a return to fight the winner between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua. Haye who is 39 retired in 2018 after suffering a defeat to Tony in their rematch at the O2 in the capital with the record of 28 wins and 4 losses. Yet, Haye has revealed he is still training and has recovered from the injuries he suffered during the final years of his career. He said, "The only one I would do is the winner between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua because that
David Haye is not tempted by a return to the ring, but revealed a potential showdown with the winner of a fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury would entice him to put his gloves back on. The former British heavyweight champion called time on his career after his second defeat to Tony Bellew in May, 2018 and feels rejuvinated after taking time away from the sport. Since Haye hung up his gloves, Joshua and Fury have become the dominant forces in the heavyweight division and hold all the belts between t