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What Makes the Perfect Punch?

Among the vivid categories of sports, boxing offers some of the most unforgettable sights with the punching actions and knockouts. In fact, boxers have a variety of actions that becomes their ring favourite. While the game has been admired by many, there are a few elements that combine to create

Shannon Briggs in London and targets Haye, Fury and Joshua

Shannon Briggs in London

American boxer Shannon Briggs (59-6-1, 52 KOs) has hit the streets of London in his quest to find and challenge Britain's elite heavyweight boxers. The last time we saw Briggs launch a campaign to secure a top-level fight was when he was pursing a fight against Wladimir Klitschko, up until his

What we’ve learned so far about Haye 2.0

So David Haye delivered the conclusive Knockout win he promised at the weekend. He dodged the banana skin of a comeback defeat, although in honesty De Mori was never anything but a warm up fight. Now we have seen the first installment in Haye's second coming, what have we learnt

David Haye returns to the ring against Mark de Mori in January

David Haye (26-2-KO24) has come out of retirement after three years away from boxing to announce that he will be fighting Australian Mark de Mori (30-1-2-KO26) next month at the O2 Arena on 16th January, Haye has not fought since he stopped fellow Briton Dereck Chisora in 2012. The Hayemaker has

David Haye: Is a Return to the Ring a Reality?

Former world champion David Haye has hinted that he could make a return to ring once his shoulder injury has been rehabilitated. The Hayemaker said “No decisions have been made with regards my future as a professional boxer”. The Londoner was forced to pull out of a fight against Tyson Fury

David Haye still unsure of boxing future

Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye is still uncertain whether he will be able to return to ring again, the 33-year-old’s boxing career was thrown in jeopardy when he underwent a five-hour operation in November with reconstructive shoulder surgery to repair severely ruptured tendons in his right arm. The Bermondsey-born fighter was

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