Crawford crunches Porter, earns R10 TKO in fifth WBO welterweight title defence

Terence Crawford knocksdown Shawn Porter during their fight for the WBO welterweight championship at Michelob ULTRA Arena on November 20, 2021 in Las...

As the rounds ticked by and the competitive juices flowed, WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford cranked up the pressure in the later rounds and scored two quick knockdowns in the tenth, becoming the first fighter to stop Shawn Porter in Showtime’s 36-fight pro career. At the post-fight press conference afterwards, Porter announced his retirement. Continue reading

Fury’s camp posturing over Whyte title defence shows why the best often hibernate

Mark Tibbs and Dillian Whyte are seen in the ring after the British Curiserweight Title fight between Richard Riakporhe and Jack Massey at York Hall...

Needless posturing about a prospective title defence against domestic rival Dillian Whyte next year by co-promoters Bob Arum and Frank Warren surrounding Tyson Fury’s homecoming has only served to shine a light on why The Gypsy King’s resume remains flimsy at the highest level – as well as why the bulk of the world’s best often hibernate much longer than they should. Continue reading

Devin Haney’s father Bill stresses his free agent status will help make big fights

Devin Haney arrives for his WBC lightweight title fight against Jorge Linares at Michelob ULTRA Arena on May 29, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Haney won...

After passing the toughest test of his career to date in May, WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney needs to maintain independence if he’s to make the biggest fights possible. That’s according to father and coach Bill, discussing the benefits of his son’s position as a network free agent, while also highlighting Eddie Hearn and DAZN who will continue to work alongside him.
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Crawford: I proved why I’m considered boxing’s P4P best against Brook

What's next for Terence Crawford? Is a jump to PBC in his near future? - Bad Left Hook

Terence Crawford (37-0, 28 KOs) believes his fourth-round knockout victory over Kell Brook has once again reaffirmed his standing as boxing’s best, pound-for-pound, in the world. The 33-year-old stopped Brook faster than both Gennadiy Golovkin and Errol Spence Jr did – the latter remains a reported future opponent. Nonetheless, he refused to compare the fights themselves. Continue reading