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Tyson Fury vs Wladimir Klitshcko - Highlights (Collision Course)

November 28th, 2015. Tyson Fury challenges long reigning unified World Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko on this day in Düsseldorf, Germany. Also known as Dr. Steelhammer, Wladimir’s WBO, WBA, IBF, IBO, The Ring and lineal titles were on the line. Fury was a 5-1 betting underdog. For the first time ever In Wladimir Klitschko’s boxing career that spanned nearly 20 years, he has to face an opponent who has nearly all physical advantages over him; Tyson Fury is 13 years younger at 26 years of age vs Wladimir at 39, while Fury stands at 6’9” vs Wladimir at 6’6” and Fury also enjoys a 4” reach advantage over Wladimir at 85” while Wladimir at 81”. Wladimir and Fury came in at 245.75 and 247 Ibs respectively. On October 2000, Wladimir began his first reign as heavyweight champion when he outpointed Chris Byrd for the WBO strap, avenging his elder brother Vitali’s loss to Byrd in April of the same year. Wladimir would enjoy 5 successful title defenses via knockouts before being shockingly upset by hard hitting South African southpaw Corrie Sanders, as Wladimir was stopped after four knockdowns in under 6 minutes in 2004. Wladimir would fight for a world title again in 2004 but in another upset loss, he was stopped by 7-1 betting underdog Lamon Brewster in the 5th round (this defeat was later avenged in a title defense via stoppage in 2007). On April 2006, Wladimir would challenge for the world title once again in a rematch against Chris Byrd for the IBF and IBO titles. Wladimir began his second reign as world heavyweight champion, stopping Byrd in the 7th round. Since then, Wladimir Klitschko has been unbeaten and had 18 successful consecutive title defenses between November 2006 and April 2015. After Wladimir’s UD victory over David Haye in 2011, the Klitschkos became the first boxing brothers in history to hold all major world heavyweight titles; Wladimir held the WBO, WBA, IBF, IBO, The Ring and lineal heavyweight titles while Vitali held the WBC strap. Throughout his career, Wladimir had victories over Bryant Jennings, Kubrat Pulev, Francesco Pianeta, Ruslan Chagaev, Mariusz Wach, Jean Marc Mormeck, Calvin Brock, Jameel McCline, Phil Jackson, Eddie Chambers, Hasim Rahman, Axel Schulz, Ray Mercer, Alexander Povetkin, Monte Barrett, Frans Botha, Sultan Ibragimov, Danell Nicholson, David Haye, Sam Peter (2x), Tony Thompson (2x) and Chris Byrd (2x).  Going into the bout, Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury held records of 64(53)-3 and 24(18)-0 respectively. Fury had wins over Steve Cunningham and Dereck Chisora (2x) going into the fight.  Fury as the 5-1 betting underdog surprised the boxing world when he outboxed and outfoxed the seasoned Wladimir in almost every round as Wladimir could not find his mark for most of the fight. Fury utilized footwork, head movements and punching from unorthodox angles. Wladimir was never used to fighting opponents that towers above nor having a significant reach advantage over him as he was unable to let his hands ago until the last two rounds, which was too late as Fury had racked up a huge lead. Wladimir had his best round in the 12th as he landed several clean shots to the chin but it hardly made a difference as Fury had won at least 9 or 10 rounds. Fury was deducted a point in the 11th round after several warnings from Tony Weeks throughout the fight (I have highlighted the point deduction and a few but not all occasions of Fury’s rabbit punching). However, the deduction did not affect the scoring at all. With this win, Fury achieved what the great Lennox Lewis did; bringing the unified World Heavyweight Championship back to the United Kingdom. This is the first time in Wladimir’s nearly 20 year career that he’s lost a fight by decision. All of his previous losses were knockouts; Ross Puritty, Lamon Brewster, Corrie Sanders. It is notable that all of Wladimir’s losses till this day were upsets including this loss to Fury. A rematch aptly billed as “Repeat or Revenge” will take place October 29th where Fury makes the first defense of his WBA, WBO, IBO, The Ring and lineal heavyweight titles. Fury had been stripped of the IBF title for choosing to fight Wladimir in a rematch and not his mandatory defense in Vyacheslav Glazkov. The rematch will take place in Manchester, England. Let me know what are your predictions for Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury II. Thanks guys. Remember to rate and subscribe! Keep your punches up!

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Joseph Parker vs. Andy Ruiz Jr.: WCB Highlights (HBO Boxing)

Highlights from Joseph Parker's win by UD over Andy Ruiz Jr. on December 10, 2016.

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Katie Taylor wins the Women's Lightweight (57 - 60kg) Gold | Boxing | Baku 2015

Katie Taylor wins the Women's Light (57 - 60kg) final For more Boxing videos click or to subscribe to our Channel and keep up to date with all the latest Baku 2015 action, click Baku 2015 is the 1st European Games. Find out more on our official website (, follow us on Twitter ( and Facebook ( Boxing, one of the most popular sports in Azerbaijan, requires dedication, skill and self-discipline of both mind and body. Considered one of the oldest and most traditional sports, early evidence of boxing dates back to 688 BC. The era of modern boxing is considered to begin in the 18th century when the Marquess of Queensberry Rules were published in 1867. One of the sports that has the most number of competition days in the Baku 2015 programme, Boxing will be held over a 12-day period from 16–27 June and feature 330 athletes and 15 medal events. There will be 10 weight categories for men and five weight categories for women, which for the first time in a multi-sport event is an increase from the usual three weight categories for women. Bumper crowds will be cheering on their boxing heroes – both local and international – in the setting of Crystal Hall.

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Fulton vs Rosario FULL FIGHT: April 4, 2017 - PBC on FS1

Despite his best efforts, Luis Rosario could not slow down Stephen Fulton. Fulton's constant pressure and pin point accuracy lead him to a UD, preserving his UD recorded.  

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Hurd vs Dan FULL FIGHT: November 12, 2016 - PBC on Spike

Looking to continue his rise as one of the 154-pound division’s top prospects, “Swift” Jarrett Hurd stepped in against late replacement Jo Jo Dan in a PBC on Spike co-main event. Right from go, Hurd used his big size advantage to control the pace and distance with Dan, but the former 147-pound title contender was game for just about anything, getting in close with Hurd and mixing it up at will. Though his shots didn’t have a ton of steam behind them, Dan was able to land consistently in close. But Hurd was just too much for Dan to chop down, as Hurd piled up points throughout the fight, and ultimately forced the hand of Dan’s corner in the 6th round. After a staggering shot in the center of the ring, a few more shots prompted them to stop the fight. With that, Hurd heads into 2017 with a 19-0 (13 KO) record and a ton of momentum as he aims for the top of a crowded group of elite 154-pound talent.

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Conor McGregor - World Dominance UFC | Motivational | 2017

Conor Mcgregor - World Dominance UFC | Motivational | 2017

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Conor McGregor | Top 5 Knockouts

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Kell Brook Career Highlights & Knockouts (HD)

A tribute to Kell Brook who is a professional boxer from Sheffield. Brook is the current IBF Welterweight World Champion.

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aiba boxing 2016 European OUMIHA Sofiane //france vs CORDINA Joseph //United Kingdom

17-04-2016 cat 60kg boxing , boxe aiba boxing 2016 European Qualification OUMIHA Sofiane //france   vs CORDINA Joseph //United Kingdom

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France's Tony Yoka wins super-heavyweight boxing gold

France's Tony Yoka defeats Great Britain's Joe Joyce to win super-heavyweight boxing gold

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Tony "The Artist" Yoka Highlights - 2017 {HD}

He is one of the most impressive amateur boxer, his agility, precision and his footwork have made that. He won the 2016 olympic games with an ankle injury in the semi-final. Tony Yoka has a bright futur in front of him and big professional carrer.

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Estelle Mossely, une chance en or à Rio

Estelle Mossely est devenue championne du monde de boxe, catégorie 60 kg, vendredi à Astana en battant (3-0) en finale la Russe Anastasia Beliakova, devenant ainsi la 3e Française de l'histoire sacrée au plus haut niveau. La boxeuse de Créteil a donc décroché l'or en légers dans cette 9e édition des Mondiaux amateurs de boxe féminine après Myriam Lamare en super-légers (63,5 kg) à Antalya (Turquie) en 2002 et Aya Cissoko en welters (66 kg) à New Delhi en 2006.

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Mossely wins Women's Light Boxing gold

World champion Estelle Mossely adds the Olympic title to her collection with victory in the women's lightweight boxing gold-medal match.

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Terence Crawford vs. Hank Lundy: HBO World Championship Boxing Highlights

Highlights from Terence Crawford's fifth-round TKO victory over Hank Lundy to retain his 140-lb title on February 27, 2016.

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The Moment Anthony Joshua Became Heavyweight Champion Of The World

In the final of four videos ahead of his heavyweight title match against Wladimir Klitschko on 29 April at Wembley Stadium, we go back to April 2016 as Anthony Joshua prepares to take on Charles Martin.

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Anthony Joshua – Inspired By Greatness

Never lose your hunger. #IWILL

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British Super Heavyweight Joe Joyce | Road To Rio | Trans World Sport

Joe Joyce is one of the stars of the amateur boxing world. The British super heavyweight will be a gold medal favourite for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. Trans World Sport filmed with the Londoner at his training base in Sheffield and at home with his artwork in London.

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Nicola Adams: From Grassroots to Gold, A Champion’s Story – Aviva Community Fund

Win up to £25,000 in funding for your grassroots sports club – enter the Aviva Community Fund here: Nicola Adams MBE is the most successful female boxer in British history. She has reached the pinnacle of her sport, winning multiple titles, but she didn’t get there alone.  Thanks to the help and support of her grassroots club, Haringey Police Community Boxing Club, Nicola has learnt to be a champion boxer, pushed her body through the pain barrier and fought her way to the top despite a number of injury setbacks along the way. She owes a lot to the club and the coaches, and realises the important role clubs like Haringey play the community.  The Aviva Community Fund is a nationwide initiative lending a helping hand to grassroots sports clubs and community causes by offering funding of between £1,000 and £25,000.  This year, Aviva has introduced a ‘Sport in the Community’ category for the hundreds of thousands of grassroots sports clubs across the UK.

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Nicola Adams: My Rio Highlights

The best moments from the 2016 Summer Olympic Games

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Happy Birthday Lucie Bertaud

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Team USA & Chobani Present: Marlen Esparza's Story

U.S. Olympian Marlen Esparza's positive attitude allowed her to break down barriers and win a bronze medal for Team USA in the London 2012 Olympic Games. #NoBadStuff

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The Beast in the Ring

Although U.S. Olympic bronze medalist Marlen Esparza pursues her goals as tenaciously as any top-tier athlete, her determination is coupled with a keen awareness that she has been most successful by focusing on the traits that make her unique. Learn more about how this pugilist and Cover Girl model became a gold medal contender for Rio.

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