Is this a fight that could actually happen? It's been dissected for months now and seems to be picking up steam as news broke on the morning of February 14 that the two fighters have agreed to financial terms for a boxing match, and ludicrousness aside, it would be the most lucrative fight in the sport's history.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (49-0, 26 KOs) is the biggest boxer of this generation. "Money" has proven time and time again to be one of the few draws in a sport that finds itself struggling to gain traction among new viewers. Mayweather has the charisma and verbal jabs to sell almost any fight. And though the five-division champion has not fought since an easy victory over Andre Berto in September 2015, he is always in the spotlight.
It seems that a blockbuster fight between Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua is happening. After Joshua's third-round KO of Eric Molina in December, it was announced that the Brit would take on the Ukrainian at Wembley Stadium on April 29.
Klitschko vs Joshua is the biggest fight the heavyweight division could make right now and it should be closely contested – if it does in fact happen. Books originally opened both men at -115 for a potential bout, but by the time the bout became official, Joshua was a -143 favorite.
It’s been 11 years in the making and on Friday night at the Adelaide Oval, the bell will ring for the rematch of one of the biggest sporting feuds ever seen on Australian soil.
There are no titles on the line and Anthony Mundine and Danny Green are both north of 40 and well past their best, but after a decade of niggling each other about getting back in the ring, Australian boxing’s greatest grudge match is back on center stage.
El MGM Grand de Las Vegas será sede este sábado del segundo episodio entre el mexicano Léo Santa Cruz y el norirlandés Carl Frampton. Santa Cruz y Frampton se vieron las caras previamente en julio del año pasado en la ciudad de Nueva York, donde Frampton obtuvo una victoria por decisión mayoritaria para ser declarado nuevo campeón pluma de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo.
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Marque a data de 28 de janeiro na sua agenda, pois é um dia mais que especial para quem torce ou fatura com o boxe. Este sábado acontece quatro decisões de títulos mundiais e em três o retorno mínimo é superior a 40%. Os duelos são divididos entre a Arena MGM, em Las Vegas, e o Fantasy Springs Casino, na California, mas os odds estão concentrados aqui no nosso site.
Neste sábado, o Barklays Center vai receber uma das lutas mais aguardadas deste começo de ano. A cidade de New York terá, no Brooklyn, Badou Jack e James Degale, que sobem ao ringue pela unificação dos títulos WBC e IBF nos super-médios - e as cifras envolvidas são bem interessantes.
Aposentado, o lutador de boxe trocou farpas com rival, e daria 29% de lucro.
O combate ainda parece distante de acontecer, mas o confronto entre Loyd Mayweather e Conor McGregor é o assunto mais comentado do mundo das lutas. A expectativa é tanta que o duelo já movimenta odds e o ex-pugilista domina as cotações, pagando R$ 1,06 por cada real, contra R$ 9,00 do lutador do UFC, de acordo com projeções do Betsson.
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