In three years Joshua will be too good to beat, Klitschko confesses
Former world boxing heavyweight champion, Wladmir Klitschko, on Tuesday confessed that current champion, Anthony Joshua, will be too difficult to beat in three years time, reports mirror.co.uk.
Joshua-Klitschko title bout attracts record Wembley crowd
Britain's heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua's mouthwatering bout with legendary Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko for the IBF and WBA crowns will be attended by 90,000 spectators equalling the record for a British fight.
Oyo Police boss supports OSABA’s bid to rid boxing of criminals
Commissioner for Police, Samuel Adegbuyi, has pledged to help the Oyo State Amateur Boxing Association (OSABA) flush out the hoodlums using the sport as guise for criminal activities in the state.
Pacquiao willing to fight McGregor
But the Filipino boxing hero-turned-senator stressed that any fight with McGregor would have to be a boxing bout, not an MMA contest.
Lasisi, Okorodudu, Ekpo hail ACE’s Solid Sports’ plans to promote Nigeria boxing
Former African and Commonwealth boxing champion, Joe Lasisi, former African boxing champion, Jeremiah Okorodudu and current Commonwealth and African champion, Isaac Ekpo, were full of excitement yesterday when the founder of ACE’s Solid Sports...
Over 80,000 tickets already sold for Joshua versus Klitschko clash
The World Heavyweight unification blockbuster between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko has broken box office records with over 80,000 tickets sold for the April 29 super fight at Wembley Stadium.
Mayweather says offered McGregor $15m to fight
Mayweather, who retired in 2015 with a perfect 49-0 record, told ESPN's First Take program that a McGregor bout was the only thing that could tempt him to end his exile from the ring.
Crolla given chance to regain world title
Britain's Anthony Crolla will get his chance to regain the WBA lightweight title in a rematch with Venezuelan Jorge Linares in Manchester on March 25, it was announced on Wednesday.
I can knock Joshua out with either hand, Klitchsko boasts
Wladimir Klitschko has warned Anthony Joshua that he could knock him out with either hand in their world title fight in April, writes www.eirsport.ie