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By: Sean Crose “Those days are gone forever,” Steely Dan once claimed, “over a long time ago.” And so we were led to believe that boxing’s heavyweight division was no longer the “big man’s division.” It was now the “supersized division,” featuring men who could pass for NBA players rather than traditional boxers. The heavyweights
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By: Sean Crose Just hours after Oleksandr Usyk won his brilliant heavyweight battle against Tyson Fury, the WBO lightweight title was at stake in San Diego. Emanuel Navarrete, the thrilling 38-2-1 action fighter squared off against the 19-0 Denys Berinchyk in a scheduled 12 rounder. The winner would enjoy such esteemed company as Vasyl Lomachenko,
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By: Sean Crose The mood was explosively electric in Riyadh. The 21-0 WBA, WBO, and IBF heavyweight titlist Oleksandr Usyk entered the ring looking like a Ukrainian warrior from the era of Napoleon. The 34-0-1 WBC heavyweight titlist Tyson Fury came out sans elaborate costume. Still, he danced, smiled, and communicated with the audience while
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By: Sean Crose Let me be quite clear here – this Saturday’s undisputed heavyweight championship fight between WBC titlist Tyson Fury and WBA, IBF, and WBO titlist Olksandr Usyk is a judges’ nightmare. Why? Because it’s going to be hard, very hard, to pick a winner that’s even close to universally accepted. The fight is
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By: Sean Crose One of the most entertaining (or annoying, depending on how you look at it) elements of today’s fight game is the TYSON FURY SHOW. Make no mistake about it, the towering Englishman has a way of drawing attention to himself (as does his cantankerous father). It’s hard to ignore a loud, nearly
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Boxing Insider Promotions brings the former heavyweight champ back to the Boardwalk View our livestream here >>> videos.BoxingInsider.com  Very few champions in the history of boxing could take control of a fight with his jab quite like Larry Holmes. And it carried him to fame, fortune and a spot among the all-time heavyweight greats. Boxing Insider
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By: Sean Crose Give Brandon Martinez this – he’s got heart. After being dropped three times by Jacob Solis in the first round of their scheduled four round middleweight throwdown in Atlantic City on Saturday, Martinez was still able to survive the chapter. Not that it ended up mattering all that much, for a blistering
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Posted on 05/09/2024 By: Sean Crose This weekend, at the Tropicana Resort and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Boxing Insider Promotions will present it’s very first fight card outside of New York City. After finding success in Midtown Manhattan, the promotional outlet will now become a part of Atlantic City’s famed and decades old boxing scene.
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