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Tyson Fury stays unbeaten

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten

Fury, determined to put on a show on his Las Vegas debut, overwhelmed Schwarz with a dazzling display of ringcraft before unloading in the second round at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Arum fears brain damage for veteran Pacquiao

Pacquiao, who turns 41 in December, will be facing one of his most dangerous opponents in years in the shape of Thurman, who is unbeaten in 30 fights and 10 years younger than the Filipino.

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‘Thrilla in Davao’ set

Ron Johnson and Saul Farah will lead the powerhouse cast of boxers in today’s Thrilla in Davao weigh-in cum press conference at the Crevice Hotel.

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Pacquiao bedazzles French sparmate

“It’s amazing at his age 40 that he has this (blinding) speed,” said Zayani, who alternated with Australian big guy Tim Tszyu.

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Pacquiao still packs a wallop – Buboy

Beads of sweat rolling down his face, Fernandez insists Pacquiao, while already 40, is not about to go the way of the dinosaurs.

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Golovkin brutally knocks out Rolls

The 37-year-old Kazakhstan fighter hit Rolls with a short left that sent the Canadian crumbling face first to the canvas with one minute to go in the fourth in front of a crowd of 12,357.

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