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Anthony Joshua wants revenge vs Usyk next year

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Joshua vs Usyk rematch

Anthony Joshua vengance!

“The guy’s devastated. All he can think about is winning the rematch and what he’s got to do to improve.”

Joshua camp desire for vengeance is burning. Hearns said to DAZN that they are planning to hold it by 2022.

“Yes, we will be (invoking the rematch clause),” Joshua promoter Eddie Hearn said on The DAZN Boxing Show
“I think it’s going to be the early part of next year, probably anywhere between February and March or something like that,” Hearn said. “AJ wants to get back straight to training. But I’ll tell you, it’s a fickle world we live in. I actually had people messaging me on Sunday and Saturday, saying, ‘I think I think it’s time for AJ to retire. I’m not sorry. I’m not sure he wants it any more.’ 

“One thing I’ll tell you is I’m telling you now he can beat Usyk,” Hearn said. “He’s just shared 12 rounds with him. He has to adopt a different strategy and a different style to have a chance of doing it. But write him off. Write him off at your peril. Because the guy I spoke to this morning is desperate to win this rematch.”

The Joshua vs Usyk fight shocked the boxing fans because the underdog Usyk won by unanimous decision.

Now, what will happen to Joshua’s dream to fight Wilder and Fury?

Cliff Ramat Manzano is our Sports writer based in US. His passion in sports paved the way for his news writing. He used to share his personal experiences and encounters with famous boxers or personalities. The breaking news he shared is indeed a significant help to all our readers and followers. Too exclusive! Cliff is a Former Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) at California Correctional Health Care Services – Careers. He is also a boxer before thus his background in sports is credible. His network in sports are broad as he has met many famous personalities in sports like Bob Arum, Pacquiao, Freddie Roach, and many more!

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Pacquiao commends Magsayo for winning another boxing world title for the Philippines

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Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao took to social media his congratulatory message to his
protege Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo after winning the WBC Featherweight World Title
against the longest reigning owner of the belt, Gary Russell Jr.
He wrote: “Congratulations, @markmagsayo_MMM, on your first world championship!
Thank you for bringing honor to our country by becoming the latest Filipino world boxing
champion. Welcome to the club.
Magsayo is the 45th Filipino to win a world boxing title and is the fifth Pinoy boxer who
is actively owning a title.
Before his fight, Pacquiao already paid a virtual call to Magsayo to check up on his
training as the latter is also under Pacquiao’s MP Promotions.
Magsayo joined Nonito Donaire, John Riel Casimero, Jerwin Ancajas and Rene Mark
Cuarto as Filipino active world champions.

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Evident dominance for LeBron James in All-Star voting

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19 years later, the fans are still oozing with love for LeBron James, especially in the All-
Star weekend. The 37-year young superstar is still the leading vote getters for this
year’s ASG in Cleveland.
James, who is averaging 28.8 points, 7.6 rebounds and 6.4 assists got 6.8 million votes
to overtake Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry. With just days ahead before the
voting ends, it may look like the Bron will again be the team captain for the fifth time, the
same number when the new ASG format was introduced.
Although his LA Lakers are clearly struggling, James has been an absolutely tear with
his numbers considering his age.
Adding to this, he recently became the the only player to have 30K points, 10k rebounds
and 9K assists. And it is only a matter of time before he joins his good pal Chris Paul on
the 20k points, 10k assists club.

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Canelo Alvarez road to UNDISPUTED WORLD CHAMPION (PART 2)

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After taking Smith’s belt, Canelo continue to hunt order championship belts and he
wanted it fast. He was a man on a mission on 2021 having fought three boxers and
concluding it by being the undisputed super middleweight champion.
On January 20, 2021, it was announced that Avarez would defend his belts on February
27 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, against WBC mandatory
challenger Avni Yildirim. Many saw Yildirim, who had not been in the ring since losing a
technical split decision to Anthony Dirrell two years before in February 2019, as grossly
outmatched. Due to the contentious nature of his loss to Dirrell, Yildirim had been
named to the obligatory post, but he had stayed inactive due to injury and the COVID-
19 pandemic.
Avarez, who was forced to battle Yildirim despite being heavily favored, dismissed the
critics, stating, “I really don’t have to provide any explanation because they’re never
going to be satisfied with anything… He [Yildirim] has a lot of courage. He can be
dangerous at any time because he is a strong fighter.”
In a one-sided fight, Álvarez defeated Yıldırım by third-round corner retirement after
Yıldırım’s corner threw in the towel at the end of the third round. According to
CompuBox stats, Álvarez outlanded Yıldırım 67 (40%) to 11 (11%) in total punches and
58 (59%) to 4 (22%) in power punches. In the third round, Álvarez threw 53 power
punches, Álvarez later stated that he had contracted COVID-19 prior to the fight and
only had one month to train.
After Álvarez’s successful defense against  Avni Yıldırım , promoter Eddie
Hearn confirmed Álvarez would be facing WBO titleholder and undefeated two-weight
world champion Billy Joe Saunders in a unification bout on May 8 at the AT&T
Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
In front of a record breaking crowd of 73,126 for boxing attendance at an indoor facility
in the United States, Álvarez won via eighth-round corner retirement when Saunders’
team threw in the towel due to Saunders having suffered a fractured orbital bone as a
result of an uppercut landed by Álvarez. At the time of the stoppage, Álvarez was
winning on the scorecards 78–74 (twice) and 77–75.Throughout the fight, Álvarez
outlanded Saunders 73 to 60 in total punches and landed 53% of his power punches.
After months of negotiations, Álvarez announced on his social media on 19 August
2021 that he would be facing undefeated IBF champion Caleb Plant on 6 November at
the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, in an undisputed showdown for all four
major world titles in the super middleweight division, with the winner set to become the
first ever undisputed champion at that weight class. On 21 September 2021, the two
fighters were engaged in a brief onstage scuffle during their first press conference, in
which Álvarez initiated physical contact during their face-off when he shoved Plant.
Álvarez stated that he had done this because he took offense to Plant’s use of the word
“motherfucker”, interpreting it as an insult to his mother. 
On fight night, Álvarez won the bout via eleventh-round technical knockout. He had
knocked his opponent to the canvas with a left hook right uppercut combination in the
penultimate round, before closing in to drop Plant again, prompting referee Russell
Mora to call off the bout. At the time of the stoppage, Álvarez was ahead on the
scorecards with 98–92, 96–94, and 97–93. With this win, he became only the sixth
fighter to unify all belts in one division in the four-belt era.

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