Lemieux Viciously Knocks Out Stevens

In a flash, it was all over..@lemieuxboxing knocks @AssassinStevens out cold in round 3. #LemieuxStevens pic.twitter.com/plNMOBxCNU— HBOboxing (@HBOboxing) March 12, 2017With a Knockout of the Year worthy nomination, David Lemieux scored a victory over Curtis Stevens in the main event of HBO's Boxing After Dark on Saturday night. The fight…
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Floyd: McGregor “Don’t Want to Fight”

While the combat sports media cannot get enough of discussing the potential fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, it appears that Mayweather is growing frustrated talking about it.Days after publicly telling McGregor to "sign the papers", Mayweather seems to think that the Irish MMA star doesn't actually want to fight…
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Frampton Wants Santa Cruz Rubber Match

Carl Frampton is prepared to offer Leo Santa Cruz the biggest payday of his career to try and lure him to Belfast this summer. Santa Cruz appears to be going back on his promise to come to the Jackal's Den for a much anticipated trilogy fight, but Frampton and his team aren't giving up yet. Frampton has been calling for the rematch since the…
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Thurman-Garcia Peaks at 5.1M Viewers

After a down year for boxing in 2016, the sport is off to a fantastic start this year. Last weekend's welterweight title fight between Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia peaked at 5.1 million viewers on CBS, making it the highest-rated primetime boxing event since 1998.That peak audience was also the second highest overall for boxing on broadcast…
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Gervonta Davis Defends Title on May 20

Fast-rising American star Gervonta Davis will make the first defense of his IBF junior lightweight title against Britain’s Liam Walsh at the Copper Box Arena in London, England, on May 20.Davis scored a highlight-reel seventh-round stoppage of Jose Pedraza in January to win the title, and the 22-year-old boxer-puncher is…
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Paulie Malignaggi Retires From Boxing

Former two-weight world champion Paulie Malignaggi (36-8, 7 KOs) will call it a career after getting stopped by Sam Eggington over the weekend. Malginaggi formally announced his decision on Monday, which marked the 19th anniversary of his first amateur boxing match.Here’s the message Malignaggi released through social media:Making it…
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