The unseen footage of UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor sparring with two-weight world champion boxer Paulie Malignaggi has arisen up online as part of a marketing push for the new documentary film, “Conor McGregor: Notorious.” The new footage adds a bit more essence to the already well-covered dispute between the former professional boxer and McGregor.
Everyone wants to fight with UFC lightweight champ Conor Mcgregor. Notorious who suffer a 10th-round TKO defeat in his first boxing match against undefeated legend Floyd Mayweather back in August. And now another boxer champ Pacquiao has dropped a huge hint that he could be the next in line to face the two-weight UFC champ
WBO bantamweight champion Zolani Tete 29, (26-3, 21 KO’s) KO Siboniso Gonya in what was the fastest ever world title fight in the boxing history. The 29-year-old landed a stunning blow on Siboniso Gonya’s chin at the SSE Arena in Belfast inside the first bell. The referee waved off the fight at just 11 seconds.
WATCH: Oscar De La Hoya Willing to Get Out of Retirement Said: “I Can Take Out Conor McGregor In Two Rounds.”
Boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya has not entered the boxing ring professionally for almost a decade, but the veteran pugilist believes he will certainly be able to knock out the UFC lightweight champion Mcgregor turned one-time professional boxer in two rounds for his come back fight. De La Hoya was speaking to Golden Boy
Last night on November 4, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn hosted a main boxing event between Heavyweight world title holder Deontay Wilder (39-0, 38 KOs) and Bermane Stiverne (25-3-1, 21 KOs). Wilder has lost out on the opportunity for two great fights because of his opponents, Alexander Povetkin last year and Luis “King Kong” Ortiz
Anthony Joshua defended his WBA and IBF world heavyweight titles against the Cameroonian-French veteran Carlos Takam. Joshua takes him down via TKO with a controversial 10th-round stoppage at a raucous Principality Stadium. The London native, unbeatable 28-year-old (20-0, 20 KOs) got busted by Takam, suspected broken nose after a headbutt in the second round, and
Michael Page is one of the most famous MMA fighter outside of the UFC. The English strikeforce made his successful professional boxing debut as a lightweight against Jonathan Castano with third-round Ko on Friday in London. Michael "Venom" Page (pro debut) TKO's Jonathan Castano (2-11-1) in R3 pic.twitter.com/oyayKxwEM5 — caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) October 20, 2017 Page
In combat sports, staredowns, press conference, and weigh-ins are typically all mind games, where fighters get an opportunity to talk trash, squeeze in some last-minute bravado and things get bit strange. Swedish professional boxer Mikaela Laurén took the scene to a whole other place during a press conference, where things got little odd as Lauren
Boxing super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo retained his title and scored 30-0 with thunderous KOs of the year against Erickson Lubin on Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Charlo (30-0, 15 KOs) took on 22years old Erickson Lubin (18-0, 13 KOs) they had an incendiary lead up to their bout, and
UFC lightweight champion Conor Mcgregor wasn’t the strongest opponent for all time great boxing champion Floyd Mayweather (50-0 boxing) in his last bout. Where he defeated “The Notorious” (21-3 MMA, 9-1 UFC, 0-1 boxing) via TKO in the 10th round this past August, in a much-anticipated pay-per-view boxing match in Las Vegas. That fight was
Former professional boxer Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor Mcgregor boxing match also called “The Money Fight” it was the super biggest boxing fight in the history of sports. The boxing legend Floyd (50-0 boxing) claimed that he is glad this fight did not end on clean knockout and unconscious note. He didn’t want to impact his