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The fastest knockout in history in a title fight: he beat his opponent in 11 seconds

South African Zolani Tete retained the rooster category belt by sending Sibonsio Gonya to the canvas in one swoop 191 more words

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The heavyweight division is back.

Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua have revived the heavyweight division which has been dormant now for a decade. Wilder dispatched Bermane Stiverne in one round. Joshua beat up a game but overmatched Carlos Takam. 468 more words

Album Review: Feel Something by Movements

Movements release their debut album Feel Something on 20th October via Fearless Records. Produced by the highly-acclaimed Will Yip (Tigers Jaw, Balance and Composure, Title Fight), the 11-track album serves as the follow-up to the band’s successful… 338 more words

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JOSHUA VS TAKAM (REPLACEMENT)

Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev was a mouthwatering fight we were all anticipating, but due to the Bulgarian suffering a shoulder injury during training, the Cameroonian-French heavyweight Carlos Takam will now take his place. 304 more words

30-day minimalism challege: days 13 & 14

Hey! I just finished 3 midterms in 2 days, and I am pooped. But I still sort of partook in these challenges!

Day 13 told me to clean out my closet. 192 more words

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MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR

Why Mayweather will win…

Love him or hate him, Floyd “Money” Mayweather is about to exit the limelight with a 50-0 professional boxing record. Counter-balanced by an impressive spending habit, the 40-year old Mayweather is set to step into the ring on August 26th against Conor McGregor to help pay off over $22 million dollars in unpaid taxes. 730 more words

Boxing: Klitschko retirement means Joshua faces Oritz in WBA title defence...

British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua will now face Cuba’s Luis Oritz for the right to defend his world title, according to the WBA.

27-year old Joshua had been due to face Wladimir Klitschko in a rematch of his title win, but the Ukrainian announced his retirement from the sport on Thursday. 173 more words