Deontay Wilder is now 38-0 with 37 knockouts in his professional career. In the lead-up to his fight against Gerald Washington, Deontay Wilder admitted he didn’t watch much of the challenger’s tape. For the first four rounds of the fight, you could tell he didn’t as Washington controlled almost every second of the tilt.
Floyd Mayweather Jr has once again suggested Conor McGregor is holding up negotiations over a multi-million dollar clash between the unbeaten boxer and the Ultimate Fighting Championship superstar. The pair are expected to meeting in a boxing match rather than a UFC clash, but some of the finer details need ironing out before an announcement can be made. Mayweather has been in retirement since winning the 49th fight of his career against Andre Berto in September 2015, but appears ready to return to competitive action.
Chael Sonnen accepted his loss to Tito Ortiz like a man at the Bellator 170 post-fight press conference, but the three-time UFC title challenger is now alleging that ‘The Huntington Beach Bad Boy’ verbally tapped out shortly into the first round. “The score is one-one between Tito and I and you always go into a rubber match,” Sonnen said on his podcast, ‘You’re Welcome!’ on Thursday (h/t Jed Meshew of MMA Fighting). “Everyone knows that. The only reason I kept my mouth shut at the Tito fight - look, Tito tapped in that fight. I knew Tito tapped when he tapped. I heard Tito verbally tap and I’ve never said a word about it, privately to Tito at the press conference or to you guys. I never said