At the end of the year, Ill be a champion again, boasted Sturm, presuming he will get a fight against Geale later this year. I want Geale and I want revenge. Having also won the IBF middleweight world title by beating Germanys Sebastian Sylvester in May 2011, Geale, 32, holds both belts and Sturm has said he will not underestimate the Australian. Geale is stong and he is a different calibre, but I want to go up there and mix it with the best of them, I want to measure myself against the best, said the German. Having been put on the canvas three times by Sturm, Radosevic said the German can beat Geale with a similar performance. If Sturm boxes like that again, he will be world champion, said the 28-year-old.RTC: Duane Brown's been boxing
Blackmon joins Jason Babin and Jordan Rodgers as Jaguars whove had groin surgery this offseason. Reviewing the status of the Jaguars' draft picks from the fifth round and later, with John Oehser of Jaguars.com. The potential for a Jaguars game at Daytona is a long way off, says Oehser. Did the Jaguars get any better at tight end , asks Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country. Can Geno Hayes be a starting outside linebacker , asks Crow. Tennessee Titans The Titans should definitely hang onto wide receive Nate Washington, says David Climer of The Tennessean.
http://mayalverz.tumblr.com/ Things worked out just fine for Martinez, who defeated Kelly Pavlik and captured the middleweight championship in his next fight. His first defense would be a rematch with Williams, and he would not leave it in the hands of the judges this time. This fight only lasted a little over one round, as Martinez connected with a left hand just under a minute into round two that would have stopped a truck. Williams crumpled to the mat, unconscious from the instant the punch landed, and you could have counted to a thousand. It was one of those knockouts that even the most ardent boxing fans would call scary.The Best Knockout of Each Boxing Superstar's Career
"I put him down at the end of the second round and I thought 'I only need to catch him again and he'll go'. But obviously that wasn't the case," he said. "Maybe my fighting heart got the better of me. The instructions from my corner were for me to take my time and stick to the gameplan but that was something I didn't manage to do." Stamina Price spent three weeks training with Lennox Lewis ahead of Saturday's bout and the former heavyweight champion of the world believes increasing his stamina is the key to getting his career back on track. "It was a very important fight for him so maybe it could be nervous energy, it could be low blood sugar. We need to investigate what exactly is the problem," said Lewis.Boxing - Haye 'signs deal to fight Fury in September'
By Liam Happe - @liamhappe | Eurosport 1 hour 7 minutes ago Eurosport - Tyson Fury has claimed that a British heavyweight showdown with David Haye is "99 per cent done" (IMAGO/REUTERS) Related Content Eurosport - 1 hour 7 minutes ago Related Content Bet on Boxing Former world heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Haye said via his official Instagram account: I've just signed to fight Fury on September 28, let's hope he finally agrees (and signs today) and he doesn't keep delaying. "Word around "Camp Fire" is Fury is looking to duck me and fight Tony "The Tiger" (Thompson). Lets hope they are just to rumours... " The message came with a photo of the Londoner putting pen to paper for what can only be presumed are agreed terms between he and Fury after weeks of back-and-forth negotiations. The possibility of unbeaten Fury fighting American Thompson instead stems from the 41-year-old's comments after his weekend stoppage of David Price. "I would love to fight Tyson Fury over here, in Las Vegas, or anywhere that big p***y wants to fight," declared Thompson on the back of Fury's prolonged online abuse of both domestic rival Price and Thompson.