Hellraiser Boxing News | World Boxing News Round Up
A quick glance at what's new in world boxing.
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A quick glance at the bigger boxing news stories from around the globe.
Roach Says Pacquiao Should Retire If He Loses To Jeff Horn
Speaking to the media ahead of Filipino legend Manny’s fight with Australian Horn in Brisbane, Roach said nothing less than a “impressive” win would do if they are to get a rematch with Mayweather. He added that a loss would mean Manny should consider packing it in.
Rigo Ready to Move Up to Super Featherweight?
Guillermo Rigondeaux has been very vocally calling out Vasyl Lomachenko, even going so far as to offer to come up two weight classes and fight him at super-featherweight. Despite the Cuban’s no doubt selfless reasons for the offer, Lomachenko’s silence is probably a good indicator that he’s got his eyes on a bigger prize, possibly further up the scales.
Devin Haney Wins Again
Top unsigned prospect Devin Haney, who is trained by Floyd Mayweather senior racked up his sixteenth pro win at the weekend in California. Haney is only eighteen years old and stopped Angel Aispuro in the fifth round of a scheduled eight. The super-lightweight’s record now stands at 16-0 (11).
Fury Still Threatening a Comeback
Tyson Fury is still talking about a comeback later this year. The undefeated, formerly unified heavyweight champion has been easing back into the gym, and while it would be a very welcome sight to see him back, the 28 year old has a few issues to sort out with the UK anti-doping agency and BBB of C first.
Posted: 27th Jun 2017
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