Savannah Will Look To Gain Ground Again

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The semifinals of the World Championship saw Savannah losing out to Nouchka Fontijn. Savannah is part of the middleweight category, hailing from England.

Shane Demonstrates His Hero Spirit

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We often see heroes rescuing babies and others from impossible road accidents, but it seldom happens in reality.

This time it has done and it was made possible by Shane Mosley aka Sugar. He is now not only a champion but also a hero. Shane Mosley is also known as Sugar who saved a baby who was stuck under a pile up to four cars. This occurred on the Interstate 405 highway.

Wladimir Klitschko ready to take on Fury

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Multiple world champion Wladimir Klitschko has admitted that a fight between him and English Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is on the cards and could happen very soon, and that too, in the United Kingdom.

The Ukrainian currently holds the World Boxing Organisation (WBO), International Boxing Federation (IBF), World Boxing Association (WBA) and International Boxing Organisation (IBO) Heavyweight Championships and beat American boxer Bryant Jennings recently to complete his 18th straight defence of the title in a straight forward points' victory.

Carl Froch wants UK fight with Andre Ward

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Englishman Carl Froch, who holds the World Boxing Association or the WBA Middleweight Championship, has challenged American Andre Ward, the holder of the WBA Super Middleweight Championship to cross the Atlantic and face him in his own backyard at the City Ground of Nottingham Forest Football Club.

Jon Wayne Parr’s Daughter To Fight Again

Jasmine Parr, the 11 year old daughter of Muay Thai legend John Wayne Parr, whose Muay Thai debut became a national news in Australia is again going to fight in the ring. John Wayne Parr became world kickboxing champion six times and Angela Parr was also a world champion Muay Thai fighter.

Jasmine Parr’s debut kickboxing match that happened in the year 2011 was against a seven year old girl. After that fight, Jasmine Parr took up dancing and gymnastics but she continued to train Muay Thai.

Parkinson may not have been caused by boxing

Muhammad Ali's personal physician has claimed that he doesn't think his career as a boxer has anything to do with the boxer's long term suffering with Parkinson's disease.

Ali, who is widely regarded by almost the entire boxing fraternity as the greatest boxer of all time, has been suffering from the rare neurological syndrome since the middle of the 1980s and it has been presumed that the severe blows he took to his head during the 21 year boxing career was a major contributing factor for this condition.

Forrest Griffin To Meet Fans In New UFC Fitness Gym In Green Valley

Fans meeting the veteran of a sport are one of the best gifts that anyone can get. Come the September the 6th the fans from green Valley will be able to meet the Ultimate Fighting Championship Veteran Forrest Griffin. He is scheduled to visit the opening of the UFC fitness gym in the green valley. This gym is being opened by Charles Haycox a lieutenant in Nevada Highway Patrol. He was also a great fan of the UFC and he never missed a single opportunity of watching a match.

Wanderlei Silva looking to shrug off drug test failures

The Brazilian Mixed Martial Artist Wanderlei Silva is known for his all round abilities and has a worldwide fame. He has been involved with the boxing league of Japan as well as that of UFC. He has been a well known name in the circuit for his Muay Thai skills. The middleweight category is where he competes and has achieved success in both the leagues in which he has featured. His career recently hit a low as he failed two drug tests that were conducted randomly by Nevada Athletic Commission. But he remained upbeat about his chances in competing at the highest stage.

Cain Velasquez Planning November Return

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Leading American MMA star Cain Velasquez has expressed his desire for a November return, much to the delight of his fans.
“I would personally prefer to fight at least twice in a year”, said Velasquez in a recent interview.

Klitschko Knows That His Toughest Match Is Outside Right, Against Russian President

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Retired heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko has declared that his biggest bout is not against any fighter from North America, rather it is the Russian president Vladimir Putin with whom Klitschko having his lifetime fight.

According to a recent interview by sports portal mail online correspondent Jeff Powell, Vitali not only is eyeing to abolish misrule, corruption from Ukraine, but also trying to become the president of his hinterland.

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