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Gennady Golovkin Defeats Daniel Geale To Retain His World Middlewight Championship

Gennady Golovkin has knocked out Daniel Geale in the 3rd round of their fight in New York. Golovkin blitzed Geale and improves his record to 30 wins 0 losses with 27 knockouts.

Gennady Golovkin Vs Daniel Geale

This Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, undefeated WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin defends his belt against former champion Daniel Geale of Australia. A native of Kazakhstan, GGG has become wildly popular among North American fans since his U.S. 118 more words

Music

5 Potential #FPL Candidates For 'The Next Michu'

Every season #FPL managers search through the player lists to try and find the next big thing for not very much at all. This has become more even more essential recently due to the inflated prices of premium players. 560 more words

Fpl

Times of Change at West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion will be hardly recognisable come the start of the new season on the 16th August – a new manager, a revitalised squad, a new kit and a chairman who seems as though he is finally looking to make a better name for himself. 534 more words

West Brom

LUCAS BROWNE: "FENECH HAS GIVEN ME THE EDGE"

LUCAS “BIG DADDY” BROWNE believes he’ll be a different animal when he returns to the ring on August 1.

The hard hitting Aussie faces unbeaten Ukrainian Andriy Rudenko with the WBC EPBC and WBA Intercontinental titles on the line in Wolverhampton, England. 314 more words

Boxing News

Lescott Unhappy With Baggies Life

Joleon Lescott is unhappy with life at West Bromwich Albion and wants out of the club, if reports are to be believed.

The 31 year-old only joined the Baggies this summer, after his contract with Premier League champions, Manchester City, expired at the end of last season. 222 more words

Premier League

Will The Real Boxing Judges Please Stand Up?!

by Tony Benson

I have really been enjoying writing these blogs and people reading them. I appreciate all of the support and feedback from everyone. 437 more words

Sports