Andy Ruiz Jr: I let a lot of people down but now? More motivated than ever

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Ahead of his return on May 1 against Chris Arreola (38-6-1, 2 NC), former heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr (33-2) believes he owes those who supported him before and after losing handily to Anthony Joshua in their rematch to deliver on his potential, as his career resurgence begins.
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Revenge is sweet: Dillian Whyte clinical in R4 TKO win vs. Alexander Povetkin

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He had a seven-month wait and three rescheduled dates, but heavyweight title hopeful Dillian Whyte (28-2) produced a much-needed display to avenge his shock summer KO loss by Alexander Povetkin (36-3-1) with a fourth-round TKO win, reclaiming the WBC interim title as 500-odd fans cheered him on from Gibraltar’s Europa Point Sports Complex.
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Whyte eager for in-ring return, while Povetkin not ready yet as retirement looms large

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After seeing domestic rival Anthony Joshua retain his world titles with a R9 KO victory against Kubrat Pulev inside Wembley Arena last weekend, Dillian Whyte (27-2, 18 KOs) is in no mood to wait much longer for a proposed rematch against WBC interim heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin (36-2-1, 25 KOs), four months after a surprise fifth-round knockout defeat. Continue reading

Joe Joyce beats Daniel Dubois via R10 stoppage, claiming five heavyweight titles

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Joe Joyce (12-0) silenced his critics to end Daniel Dubois’ 15-0 unbeaten record with an abrupt tenth-round knockout victory at Church House in Westminster, winning five heavyweight titles – including the WBC Silver and vacant European strap –  before calling out #1 ranked WBO mandatory Oleksandr Usyk (18-0) for a rematch that has been seven years in the making. Continue reading

Oleksandr Usyk outpoints Derek Chisora, becomes new WBO inter-continental HW champion

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Oleksandr Usyk outpointed Derek Chisora to inflict the 37-year-old’s tenth professional career defeat in an entertaining main event matchup overnight, winning the WBO intercontinental heavyweight title on a night where Sky’s positive spin did little to help the British-based fighter against a far superior technical boxer who took his best punches and showcased his engine too. Continue reading