It seems like Mayweather vs McGregor is inevitable as both parties have seemingly reaching an agreement. Reports coming out of Las Vegas stated that, Mayweather was coming out of retirement to face Mcgregor on June the 10th, with the brand new T-Mobile Arena staging the fight. Much has been made of this bout, the most notably thing being, how does this effect Dana White and the UFC?
The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Connor Mcgregor seems to be finally on, after the two camps finally agreeing a deal, with fight being staged on June 10th at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas. Are they both going to finally meet in the ring or is this just more hype?
After his heroics on Saturday night, Tony Bellew’s immediate future may lie in the heavyweight division, following his victory over David Haye. The bomber has shook up the boxing scene with this win, with multiple world champion heavyweights calling him out, such as Deonty Wilder & Joseph Parker. Would a move to heavyweight suit Bellew?
After 11 rounds of gruelling action, Tony Bellew against all odds defeated David Haye, with the Haymaker’s corner throwing in the towel. The bout was stopped when the David was knocked through the ropes and could not continue in his corners eyes. Could this signal the end of the Haymaker?
The much anticipated unification bout between, Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia, takes place this weekend at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn. Both boxers are undefeated and hold world titles, this promises to be a good contest, will it live up to all the hype?
As media reports swirled yesterday about David Haye’s injury problems, rumours intensified when the Haymaker took a surprise trip to Germany, as well as the cryptic Instagram post. David is known for pulling out of big fights with injuries but is he injured or was it all false?
After a tense press conference David Haye made headlines with some of his comments towards fight fans in Liverpool. They were heavily favouring Tony Bellew and David seemed to be bothered by the noise as well as the chanting. He took things a step too far by called the Scousers, “a bunch of retards”, which brought out a roar of boos. A comment like this normally would bring out the worst in his opponent but this time it surprisingly didn’t, there seems to be a quiet confidence ahead of the clash from the “Bomber” who looks to have the metal edge over the Hayemaker. Or does he?