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UFC Champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
Can Mayweather make noise in the UFC?
UFC Champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
UFC Champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
Can Mayweather make noise in the UFC?
UFC Champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
UFC Champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
Can Mayweather make noise in the UFC?
UFC Champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
Can Floyd Mayweather make noise in mixed martial arts?
UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley is set to train Floyd Mayweather and sat down with Yahoo Sports to give insight on the boxing champ's chances in MMA.
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Rising star Teofimo Lopez predicts world title by early 2019
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Rising star Teofimo Lopez predicts world title by early 2019
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Rising star Teofimo Lopez predicts world title by early 2019
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
Rising star Teofimo Lopez predicts world title by early 2019
Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole spoke with lightweight contender about his current rise in the division, outstanding performances in his last few bouts, and the story behind boxing for the Honduras national team in the Olympics.
A trainer tosses water onto fighter Badou Jack after his WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match against Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Stevenson retains title with majority draw against Jack
A trainer tosses water onto fighter Badou Jack after his WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match against Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Adonis Stevenson, right, takes a punch from Badou Jack during the WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Stevenson retains title with majority draw against Jack
Adonis Stevenson, right, takes a punch from Badou Jack during the WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Adonis Stevenson, right, and Badou Jack exchange blows during the first round of the WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Stevenson retains title with majority draw against Jack
Adonis Stevenson, right, and Badou Jack exchange blows during the first round of the WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Adonis Stevenson, left, and Badou Jack exchange blows during the WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Stevenson retains title with majority draw against Jack
Adonis Stevenson, left, and Badou Jack exchange blows during the WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Adonis Stevenson, right, and Badou Jack exchange blows during the first round of a WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Stevenson retains title with majority draw against Jack
Adonis Stevenson, right, and Badou Jack exchange blows during the first round of a WBC light heavyweight championship boxing match in Toronto on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)
Security pounce on man attempting to crash Air Canada Centre boxing match
Security pounce on man attempting to crash Air Canada Centre boxing match
Security pounce on man attempting to crash Air Canada Centre boxing match
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Lee Selby, left, fights against Josh Warrington during their IBF World Featherweight boxing bout at Elland Road, Leeds, Saturday May 19, 2018. (Dave Thompson/PA via AP)
Warrington relieves Selby of IBF featherweight belt
Lee Selby, left, fights against Josh Warrington during their IBF World Featherweight boxing bout at Elland Road, Leeds, Saturday May 19, 2018. (Dave Thompson/PA via AP)
Lee Selby, right, fights against Josh Warrington during their IBF World Featherweight boxing bout at Elland Road, Leeds, Saturday May 19, 2018. (Dave Thompson/PA via AP)
Warrington relieves Selby of IBF featherweight belt
Lee Selby, right, fights against Josh Warrington during their IBF World Featherweight boxing bout at Elland Road, Leeds, Saturday May 19, 2018. (Dave Thompson/PA via AP)
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington celebrates winning the fight with his wife Natasha Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington celebrates winning the fight with his wife Natasha Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Carl Frampton ringside Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Carl Frampton ringside Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington celebrates winning the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington celebrates winning the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby and Josh Warrington together at the end of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby and Josh Warrington together at the end of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington celebrates winning the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington celebrates winning the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby and Josh Warrington together at the end of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby and Josh Warrington together at the end of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby with promoter Frank Warren before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby with promoter Frank Warren before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Tyson Fury before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Tyson Fury before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Promoter Frank Warren before the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Promoter Frank Warren before the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby and Josh Warrington together at the end of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby and Josh Warrington together at the end of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby with promoter Frank Warren before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby with promoter Frank Warren before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Tyson Fury before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Tyson Fury before the start of the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Promoter Frank Warren before the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Promoter Frank Warren before the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Lee Selby in action against Josh Warrington Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington during the ring walk before the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title
Boxing - Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington - IBF World Featherweight Title - Elland Road, Leeds, Britain - May 19, 2018 Josh Warrington during the ring walk before the fight Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
Ecuatoriano, tercero mejor en el mundo, llegó al boxeo por casualidad
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
Ecuatoriano, tercero mejor en el mundo, llegó al boxeo por casualidad
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
Ecuatoriano, tercero mejor en el mundo, llegó al boxeo por casualidad
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
Ecuatoriano, tercero mejor en el mundo, llegó al boxeo por casualidad
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. Nacido en la ciudad tropical de Guayaquil (suroeste) hace 26 años, Mina se radicó desde pequeño en la región andina de Ecuador, donde integró varios equipos de fútbol de divisiones menores hasta que un día, -recuerda- por "casualidad", vio un gimnasio con gente "entrenando con guantes". T: 2:09 min.
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El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), fue registrado este viernes antes de una entrevista con Efe, en Quito (Ecuador). EFE
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), fue registrado este viernes antes de una entrevista con Efe, en Quito (Ecuador). EFE
El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), fue registrado este viernes antes de una entrevista con Efe, en Quito (Ecuador). EFE
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina (i), tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina (i), tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina (i), tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina (i), tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina (i), tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina (i), tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
QUI01. QUITO (ECUADOR) 19/05/2018.- El ecuatoriano Carlos Mina, tercero en el escalafón mundial en boxeo 81 kilogramos y abanderado para los juegos Suramericanos de Cochabamba (Bolivia), entrena antes de una entrevista con Efe este viernes 18 de mayo del 2018, en Quito (Ecuador). Mina llegó al boxeo por casualidad hace trece años, en momentos en que su vena deportiva se centraba más bien en el fútbol. EFE/José Jácome
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Rico Verhoeven: How sparring with Tyson Fury helped me hone my kickboxing skills
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Rico Verhoeven: How sparring with Tyson Fury helped me hone my kickboxing skills
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Rico Verhoeven: How sparring with Tyson Fury helped me hone my kickboxing skills
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Rico Verhoeven: How sparring with Tyson Fury helped me hone my kickboxing skills
Kickboxing has seized the opportunity to cash in on the growing interest in fight sports in the UK, particularly at heavyweight, as Glorybrings its biggest star, the 6ft 5ins, 18-and-a-half stone Dutch heavyweight Rico Verhoeven to Birmingham on June 2. He has been the dominant champion for four years in the sport, and will compete sandwiched between the two biggest mixed martial arts organisations coming to the UK next weekend. Bellator brings its 200th event to London, and two days later, the UFC alights on Liverpool for the first time. Then there's Tyson Fury's vaunted comeback in Manchester on Saturday June 9. There has never been a time with so much money sweeping fight venues. Verhoeven, who defends his Glory heavyweight crown for the sixth time in Holland, against Mladen Brestovac, is as big a star as Fury or Anthony Joshua. His fans include the Dutch royal family, and Iron Mike Tyson, while the 29-year-old poster boy of the sport has just voiced the Dutch version of Ferdinand - the animated story of a fighting bull that banked over £200 million at the box office. Less known, however, is the fact that Verhoeven has been a regular sparring partner of former world heavyweight champ Fury, and was instrumental in his sessions as a regular sparring partner before the Lancastrian traveller fought Wladimir Klitschko. Verhoeven admits that he got his "ass kicked" but was "more than willing" to turn up day after day to spar. Those sessions, reckons Verhoeven "helped with my strengths in kickboxing, people tell me I am the best because of my footwork and movement and fitness and switch-hitting but that is what we have got from them.” Fury is nearing his comeback Credit: AP "I can't wait to showcase my skills in front of the British fight fans," Verhoeven told Telegraph Sport. Marshal Zelaznik, CEO of Glory, knows the UK fight sport landscape well. For seven years, Zelaznik headed up the UFC office in the region. “There’s been a real resurgence of boxing in the UK and combat sports. The fact you can have a country like the UK take on all of these events, you’ll come out of it as a successful experience for the fans, speaks to the passion of the UK fight scene.” Carpe Diem, then, with a huge heavyweight champion who comes to fight? Verhoeven in action Credit: glorykickboxing.com “Rico Verhoeven is undefeated in five years, and far and away the most talented stand-up fighter in the world," reckons Zelaznik. "We’re bringing our most prized athletes to compete there. It's not a coincidence kickboxing's heavyweight leader is being brought to the UK. The market is talking of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury's return, there is excitement around heavyweight fight, more so in the UK than anywhere." Credit: glorykickboxing.com “The point is there are various genres of combat sports in fighting. Boxing is one, the UFC and MMA is one, Bellator is another. We at Glory have this unique sweet spot for sports fans who like the stand-up. Quick pace, high energy sport, that’s what Glory delivers," added Zelaznik. "The world has always wondered who the toughest person is and generally people look at the heavyweight champion of boxing as that guy. I really think that if people understand and evolve their thinking around what combat sports is, they start to realise that there’s more to fighting than just boxing. A guy like Rico who can put on a lights-out show is a guy who after the weekend people will say 'That is the baddest man on the planet'. For sure, we want to be in that conversation.”
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Adonis Stevenson: I need ‘one punch’ to defeat Badou Jack
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Adonis Stevenson: I need ‘one punch’ to defeat Badou Jack
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Adonis Stevenson: I need ‘one punch’ to defeat Badou Jack
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Adonis Stevenson: I need ‘one punch’ to defeat Badou Jack
Challenger Badou Jack said Thursday there will be a new light-heavyweight boxing champion when he takes on Canadian Adonis Stevenson in Toronto on Saturday. But Stevenson is promising a “knockout.”
Jeff Horn is in the final stages of a preparation for his World WBO welterweight fight
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Jeff Horn is in the final stages of a preparation for his World WBO welterweight fight
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Pacquiao says Matthysse bout to be basis for retirement call
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao says the outcome of his July bout against Argentine Lucas Matthysse will likely determine whether he will hang up his gloves after a storied career.
Boxing world in mourning over fighter's death. Source: YouTube
Aussie boxer Troy Waters dies
Boxing world in mourning over fighter's death. Source: YouTube
Boxing world in mourning over fighter's death. Source: YouTube
Aussie boxer Troy Waters dies
Boxing world in mourning over fighter's death. Source: YouTube

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