Boxing News : Fury. GGG vs Froch Back on. Mayweather’s bored.
It’s been a while since our last update. Partly due to myself being on a long vacation and also being over typing up all the inside information we have. However I do have some interesting updates.
As we all know Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury isn’t far away at all. We are under two weeks until fight night and several British boxing insiders have been saying the fight was re-scheduled as Tyson Fury managed to get in Wlad’s head. Leading boxing writers such as Dan Rafael and other pundits denied this. However Klitschko looks a little fragile of late, he’s constantly trying to out do Fury in the media promos. This is beginning to get interesting and the power of mind games shouldn’t be under rated.
Floyd Mayweather Jr is officially bored. Why do we say this? Well he’s clearly struggling to stay out of the limelight. Check out his recent twitter and instagram updates. All he’s showing is weird posts and pictures of strippers again. This is getting a bit sad. Floyd is 40 and has teenage daughters, so not a fan of all the stripper shots. If he was under 30 then I would understand. But it’s getting repetitive and annoying. He won’t be able to stay out of the spotlight for long. Expect a comeback sooner or later.
Froch vs GGG looks to be back on the cards. Eddie Hearn has admitted he expects the bout to happen at some stage in 2016. This is great news for boxing fans. It will be awesome to see this bout at 168 pounds and even though GGG will start as a huge favourite. Froch’s chin and jab will ensure he’s competitive throughout the fight. It will be interesting to see how GGG deals with Froch’s size.
Anthony Mundine needs to retire. His beating at the hands of Charles Hatley was one of the most brutal of 2015. Making matters worse for Mundine, apart from being chinny. He has a tonne of courage. Which means he constantly gets up after being hurt and lasts longer than is advised for his health. This is another brutal loss similar to the Clottey disaster. Time to hang up the gloves and enjoy retirement.