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Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Eddie Hearn: It's the biggest fight in world boxing, why not run it twice
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Eddie Hearn: It's the biggest fight in world boxing, why not run it twice
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Eddie Hearn: It's the biggest fight in world boxing, why not run it twice
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Eddie Hearn: It's the biggest fight in world boxing, why not run it twice
Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole spoke with the UK promoter about his slate of upcoming fights, the prospects of Wilder vs. Joshua more than once, and the greatness of Katie Taylor.
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew and David Haye pose after the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 Tony Bellew during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference
Boxing - Tony Bellew & David Haye Press Conference - London, Britain - February 21, 2018 David Haye during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
<p>Che siano karate, judo, kick boxing, kung fu o taekwondo, le arti marziali prevedono una parte aerobica in cui si allena il fiato e una in cui si potenzia la muscolatura. Un’ora di allenamento = 1.300 calorie. (Credits – Getty Images) </p>
Arti marziali – 1.300 calorie

Che siano karate, judo, kick boxing, kung fu o taekwondo, le arti marziali prevedono una parte aerobica in cui si allena il fiato e una in cui si potenzia la muscolatura. Un’ora di allenamento = 1.300 calorie. (Credits – Getty Images)

MEX56.CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (MÉXICO), 20/02/2018.- Fotografía cedida por el Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB) hoy, martes 20 de febrero de 2018, del presidente del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB), Mauricio Sulaimán (d), posando durante la entrega del cinturón de campeón de peso supermedio del organismo a David Benavidez (i) en Ciudad de México (México). A mediados de los años 80 del siglo pasado, José Benavidez agobiado por la pobreza tomó la decisión de dejar su natal Arcelia, municipio en el sureño estado de Guerrero, para probar suerte en Estados Unidos en busca del sueño americano. EFE/CMB/SOLO USO EDITORIAL
MEX56.CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (MÉXICO), 20/02/2018.- Fotografía cedida por el Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB) hoy, martes 20 de febrero de 2018, del presidente del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB), Mauricio Sulaimán (d), posando durante la entrega del cinturón de campeón de peso supermedio del organismo a David Benavidez (i) en Ciudad de México (México). A mediados de los años 80 del siglo pasado, José Benavidez agobiado por la pobreza tomó la decisión de dejar su natal Arcelia, municipio en el sureño estado de Guerrero, para probar suerte en Estados Unidos en busca del sueño americano. EFE/CMB/SOLO USO EDITORIAL
MEX56.CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (MÉXICO), 20/02/2018.- Fotografía cedida por el Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB) hoy, martes 20 de febrero de 2018, del presidente del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB), Mauricio Sulaimán (d), posando durante la entrega del cinturón de campeón de peso supermedio del organismo a David Benavidez (i) en Ciudad de México (México). A mediados de los años 80 del siglo pasado, José Benavidez agobiado por la pobreza tomó la decisión de dejar su natal Arcelia, municipio en el sureño estado de Guerrero, para probar suerte en Estados Unidos en busca del sueño americano. EFE/CMB/SOLO USO EDITORIAL
Nieky Holzken replaces Jurgen Brahmer as Callum Smith&#39;s World Boxing Super Series semi-final opponent
Nieky Holzken replaces Jurgen Brahmer as Callum Smith's World Boxing Super Series semi-final opponent
Nieky Holzken replaces Jurgen Brahmer as Callum Smith's World Boxing Super Series semi-final opponent
Nieky Holzken replaces Jurgen Brahmer as Callum Smith&#39;s World Boxing Super Series semi-final opponent
Nieky Holzken replaces Jurgen Brahmer as Callum Smith's World Boxing Super Series semi-final opponent
Nieky Holzken replaces Jurgen Brahmer as Callum Smith's World Boxing Super Series semi-final opponent
Jurgen Braehmer has withdrawn from his World Boxing Super Series bout with Callum Smith just five days before fight night.
Braehmer pulls out of Super Series semi-final
Jurgen Braehmer has withdrawn from his World Boxing Super Series bout with Callum Smith just five days before fight night.
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
World Boxing Super Series: Callum Smith to face reserve after opponent Jürgen Brähmer withdraws due to illness
Losses to Gennady Golovkin and Errol Spence Jr left Kell Brook at &quot;rock bottom&quot; and pondering retirement from boxing.
I was at rock bottom – Brook opens up on depression battle
Losses to Gennady Golovkin and Errol Spence Jr left Kell Brook at "rock bottom" and pondering retirement from boxing.
<p>Humongous KO punch leaves boxing world in awe</p>
Humongous KO punch leaves boxing world in awe

Humongous KO punch leaves boxing world in awe

WBA super-middleweight champion George Groves is hopeful a shoulder injury will not keep him out of the World Boxing Super Series final.
'Quick-healer' Groves hopeful over shoulder injury
WBA super-middleweight champion George Groves is hopeful a shoulder injury will not keep him out of the World Boxing Super Series final.
Bristol City’s inability to hold on to a lead proved a welcome weakness for new Leeds manager Paul Heckingbottom, who marked his first Elland Road game with a point that kept alive his team’s play-off hopes. After throwing away a three-goal lead against Sunderland last weekend, Lee Johnson’s side were just as frail today, racing into a 2-0 lead inside 16 minutes but, ultimately, being fortunate to emerge even with a point. With the last touch of the game, Pierre-Michel Lasogga rose menacingly to meet a Pablo Hernandez cross which thundered against the City bar and Johnson breathed a sigh of relief. The result left City still in the play-off places but with just one win in any competition since Boxing Day, a period which had also seen them take on ­Manchester City at the end of their famous run to the Carabao Cup semi-finals. “We are where we are really,” said Johnson. “I’ve never gone shouting my mouth off saying my team is going to smash promotion because we’re not there. “With 14 games left we’re in a good position and we’ve got belief. We’re a work in progress with a lot of young players who haven’t experienced this sort of atmosphere. We know we’ve done well to turn this team around; this time last year we were effectively competing against relegation. Now we have jumped 12 or 13 places up the division.” City looked every inch a promotion contender in that devastating opening spell which brought two goals, both from long throw-ins launched by Icelandic defender Hordur Magnusson. After 11 minutes, Leeds’ panicked goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald punched out to City forward Famara Diedhiou, who took a touch – a poor one, as it transpired – but still had time to drive the ball in from 12 yards. Five minutes later, Leeds again froze at a long throw, allowing Aden Flint to flick on to Marlon Pack, whose drive was turned in at the far post by Bobby Reid. There was certainly no clue of Leeds’ eventual fightback as their 10th manager in the past six years heard his team booed off at the interval. And the opening exchanges of the second half were no better as supporters sarcastically greeted the occasional accurate pass by their players with an “ole”. But, slowly, Hernandez was becoming more of an influence and Heckingbottom was using his bench effectively. After 72 minutes, Hernandez’s far-post cross picked out Lasogga, who volleyed emphatically past Frank Fielding and, eight minutes of Leeds pressure later, a Hernandez corner was flicked across goal for substitute Kemar Roofe to slide in the equaliser. By now Elland Road was an intimidating place, one which Johnson later admitted might have got to some of his younger players, and the situation might have become even more dire for the visitors. In a frantic finale, Adam Forshaw created room to curl a shot wide, another sub Kalvin Phillips headed over from yet another Hernandez set-piece and, with that last kick of the game, Lasogga rattled the City woodwork. “We definitely had opportunities to win it and I know when I watch it back I’m going to be cringing ­because they were good chances as well,” said Heckingbottom. “We still think we can make the play-offs. If we had lost, the gap would have been 11 points and that would have been big but we’re still in it. “We’ve got teams to play around us but nobody is getting away from us. If we can pick up some positive results against them, we will see where we are in the last few games.”
Leeds 2 Bristol City 2: Visitors struggle to hold on to lead again as hosts rally for new manager
Bristol City’s inability to hold on to a lead proved a welcome weakness for new Leeds manager Paul Heckingbottom, who marked his first Elland Road game with a point that kept alive his team’s play-off hopes. After throwing away a three-goal lead against Sunderland last weekend, Lee Johnson’s side were just as frail today, racing into a 2-0 lead inside 16 minutes but, ultimately, being fortunate to emerge even with a point. With the last touch of the game, Pierre-Michel Lasogga rose menacingly to meet a Pablo Hernandez cross which thundered against the City bar and Johnson breathed a sigh of relief. The result left City still in the play-off places but with just one win in any competition since Boxing Day, a period which had also seen them take on ­Manchester City at the end of their famous run to the Carabao Cup semi-finals. “We are where we are really,” said Johnson. “I’ve never gone shouting my mouth off saying my team is going to smash promotion because we’re not there. “With 14 games left we’re in a good position and we’ve got belief. We’re a work in progress with a lot of young players who haven’t experienced this sort of atmosphere. We know we’ve done well to turn this team around; this time last year we were effectively competing against relegation. Now we have jumped 12 or 13 places up the division.” City looked every inch a promotion contender in that devastating opening spell which brought two goals, both from long throw-ins launched by Icelandic defender Hordur Magnusson. After 11 minutes, Leeds’ panicked goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald punched out to City forward Famara Diedhiou, who took a touch – a poor one, as it transpired – but still had time to drive the ball in from 12 yards. Five minutes later, Leeds again froze at a long throw, allowing Aden Flint to flick on to Marlon Pack, whose drive was turned in at the far post by Bobby Reid. There was certainly no clue of Leeds’ eventual fightback as their 10th manager in the past six years heard his team booed off at the interval. And the opening exchanges of the second half were no better as supporters sarcastically greeted the occasional accurate pass by their players with an “ole”. But, slowly, Hernandez was becoming more of an influence and Heckingbottom was using his bench effectively. After 72 minutes, Hernandez’s far-post cross picked out Lasogga, who volleyed emphatically past Frank Fielding and, eight minutes of Leeds pressure later, a Hernandez corner was flicked across goal for substitute Kemar Roofe to slide in the equaliser. By now Elland Road was an intimidating place, one which Johnson later admitted might have got to some of his younger players, and the situation might have become even more dire for the visitors. In a frantic finale, Adam Forshaw created room to curl a shot wide, another sub Kalvin Phillips headed over from yet another Hernandez set-piece and, with that last kick of the game, Lasogga rattled the City woodwork. “We definitely had opportunities to win it and I know when I watch it back I’m going to be cringing ­because they were good chances as well,” said Heckingbottom. “We still think we can make the play-offs. If we had lost, the gap would have been 11 points and that would have been big but we’re still in it. “We’ve got teams to play around us but nobody is getting away from us. If we can pick up some positive results against them, we will see where we are in the last few games.”
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr in action with George Groves Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr in action with George Groves Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr in action with George Groves Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr in action with George Groves Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr walks back to his corner between rounds Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr walks back to his corner between rounds Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves in action with Chris Eubank Jr Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves in action with Chris Eubank Jr Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves in action with Chris Eubank Jr Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves in action with Chris Eubank Jr Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves celebrates with Shane McGuigan after the fight Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves celebrates with Shane McGuigan after the fight Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves celebrates with Shane McGuigan after winning the fight Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 George Groves celebrates with Shane McGuigan after winning the fight Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr with a cut to his right eye during the fight as referee Michael Alexander looks on Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge
World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles
Boxing - World Boxing Super Series Semi Final - George Groves vs Chris Eubank Jr - WBA & IBO World Super-Middleweight Titles - Manchester Arena, Manchester, Britain - February 17, 2018 Chris Eubank Jr with a cut to his right eye during the fight as referee Michael Alexander looks on Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge

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