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  • Mayweather-Pacquiao Docuseries Set For April Premiere On Showtime

    Even if you’re not a fan of the sweet science, chances are you’ve heard rumblings about the set-to coming in May starring Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. Showtime is training for the Fight of the Millennium (or whatever) with a four-part docuseries Inside Mayweather Vs. Pacquiao, which it…

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  • Brook makes 1st title defense after life-threatening attack

    As he lay on the ground, blood pouring from a gash across his left thigh, British boxer Kell Brook's concern wasn't whether he would fight again. The reasons for the attack are unclear, but Brook said he was slashed through a muscle by a knife resembling a machete, and was left to die. Brook is…

    The Associated Press
  • Former Olympic boxing champ retires; cites brain injuries

    LONDON (AP) -- Former Olympic boxing champion Audley Harrison has retired, saying repeated blows to the head have left him with brain injuries.

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  • Boxing - Heavyweight Harrison retires from boxing

    - Former boxing golden boy Audley Harrison is to retire for the second time in his career due to problems associated with head injuries sustained in the ring. The Englishman, who won Olympic gold at super-heavyweight in 2000 last fought in April, 2013 when he was knocked out in 70 seconds by…

    AFP
  • Box - Mexico's Gonzalez risks featherweight crown

    - Mexico's Jhonny Gonzalez defends his World Boxing Council featherweight title for the third time Saturday against American southpaw Gary Russell Jnr, hoping for more success at US venues. Gonzalez first won the crown in 2011 at Atlantic City and defended it three times before an accidental…

    AFP
  • Stevenson eyes title sweep but Bika looms first

    Canadian southpaw Adonis Stevenson says he is ready to face unbeaten Russian Sergey Kovalev for an undisputed light heavyweight title showdown, but he must dispatch Australian challenger Sakio Bika first. Haitian-born Stevenson, who will defend his World Boxing Council light heavyweight crown…

    AFP