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Anthony Joshua wants revenge vs Usyk next year

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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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“Tank” Davis retains WBA lightweight after UD win over Cruz

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“Tank” Davis retains WBA lightweight after UD win over Cruz

Gervonta “Tank” Davis may have fought his hardest fight so far in his boxing career but
he still stood out as the best.
He won over Mexican Isaac Cruz via unanimous decision to remain the WBA world
lightweight champion.
All three judges scored the fight, 116-112, 115-113, 115-113, all in favor of Davis.
It was the first time Davis went through the full rounds in his professional career.
However, he revealed that the reason for it was he injured his left hand midway through
the main event fight.
“I hurt my left hand in probably the sixth round but I got through it. It’s shaking but it is
what it is, that’s what comes with the spo of the head. I messed it up.
“I felt that as the fight was going on and on, he was breaking down, but I hurt my hand
so I couldn’t get him out of there,” Davis said on the post-fight press conference.
Floyd Mayweather Jr., his mentor, was also present to watch the fight.

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Warriors end Suns’ historic 18-game win streak

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Warriors end Suns’ historic 18-game win streak

Hottest team in the NBA no more.
The Golden State Warriors quickly get back at the Phoenix Suns with a win at the
Chase Center and end the latter’s historic franchise record of 18-game winning streak.
Stephen Curry broke out from the Suns defense and poured in 23 points on 6-out-of-11
shooting from distance.
Andrew Wiggins and Gary Payton Jr. each tallied 16 points to back Curry in the
offensive end.
Meanwhile, Deandre Ayton topscored the Suns with 23 markers as they continue to
miss the service of Devin Booker due to an injury.
With the win, Golden State is back on top of the standings with 19-3 win-loss record
while Phoenix comes second 19-4.
Aside from Curry’s usual three-point show, Juan Tuscano-Anderson delivered the
possible highlight of the game with an emphatic facial jam over former Warriors Javale
McGee.

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NBA awards quarter-done in diamond season

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NBA awards quarter-done in diamond season

Stephen Curry continues to lead the race in the MVP as he was hailed as the MVP 20
games in the season.
Following Curry is his buddy Draymond Green as the Defensive Player. Both Curry and
Green work very efficiently for the Warriors who are among the top teams in the NBA
without their fellow superstar Klay Thompson in the mix
.
Next up is the rookie of the year. It’s not Cade Cunningham or Jalen Green. Evan
Mobley of the Cleveland Cavaliers is leading the ROY award with his two-way
presence. He is also a vital part of the current wins of the Cavs.

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