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Wilder draws with Fury to retain WBC heavyweight title

American Deontay Wilder retained his WBC heavyweight title after a split decision draw with Britain’s Tyson Fury at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday. The hard-hitting Wilder knocked Fury down twice but the Briton controlled much of the fight behind his long jab, precise footwork and stout defense. Fury had twice

ANTHONY TO HAVE NEW CHALLENGERS

Oleksandr Usyk could be ready for Anthony Joshua after two fights at heavyweight, warned his manager Egis Klimas. The undisputed cruiserweight champion defended his world titles with an eighth-round knockout of Tony Bellew on Saturday night, and is expected to soon join Joshua in the top division. His manager Klimas admits Usyk

Joshua beats Povetkin to remain world champion

Anthony Joshua delivered a devastating knockout blow to Alexander Povetkin. Then told Deontay Wilder he’s his No.1 target for April 13. Joshua has Wembley Stadium booked for his next fight that night and after retaining his WBA, IBF, IBO and WBO belts he wants the chance to become the undisputed heavyweight champion

Joshua’s heavyweight fight with Povetkin confirmed for September 22

Matchroom Sport has confirmed that Anthony Joshua's next fight is scheduled to take place against Alexander Povetkin on September 22. After promoter Eddie Hearn failed to agree a deal regarding a unification bout with Deontay Wilder's camp, the WBA reiterated that Joshua must face mandatory challenger Povetkin or face the prospect

Anthony Joshua sets stage to unify division as he commits next two fights to Wembley Stadium

Matchroom Sport has announced that Anthony Joshua's next two fights will be staged at Wembley Stadium. Joshua - who currently holds the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO world heavyweight titles - has previously fought at the North London venue on two occasions, including last April when he defeated Wladimir Klitschko. The Olympic

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