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From Kal Sajad
BBC Sport
Here’s our round-up of the boxing of this week along with UFC conversation from across networking.
It is on – and this time it’s professional.
Matchroom declared on Tuesday that Logan Paul and YouTube competitions KSI will fight again in the Staples Center in Los Angeles on 9 November.
The duo boast approximately 20 million readers every single – and their first battle reportedly drawn a stay TV market of one million.
Both have become pro and could leading a bill Billy Joe Saunders.
The reaction was mixed…
American fighter Ryan Garcia put himself at the’pro’ camp.
When Saunders signed together with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom, a unification fight with WBA and Ring magazine title-holder Callum Smith appeared to be a step closer.
Well, hold this excitement.
Smith’s trainer, Joe Gallagher, told Sky Sports his guy’s”head was turned” by offers from other promoters, which might make the Saunders fight difficult to make.
Hearn states Saunders has put pen to face Smith, together with even the Emirates Stadium potential venues for a struggle in the spring or Anfield.
“Billy signed that struggle in his contract. Once Callum agrees to it, we could create that fight,” Hearn told Fight Hype.
Some boxing fans are not too optimistic…
In his triumph over Britain’s Luke Campbell, Vasyl Lomachenko gave the following illustration of his own excellence on Saturday.
There was no lack of plaudits for the excellent Ukrainian, but Campbell’s compatriots also highlighted the conquered man’s attempts…
One of the funnier moments from the night came after former undisputed cruiserweight king Oleksandr Usyk videobombed legendary promoter Bob Arum…
The Ukrainian is your gift who keeps on giving…
You suppose that the Video Assistant Referee is currently dividing opinion this season?
Nicely WBC world flyweight champion Charlie Edwards’ struggle with Julio Cesar Martinez had the end, with boxing’s model of VAR coming into play.
A body shot went down in the round and now, although on the canvas, struck edwards. He was counted out and dropped his domain name… for the best portion of 10 minutes.
In authentic’sports entertainment’ style, WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman declared he had noticed the replay and got hold of the mic, overturned the decision and ordering that a rematch.
Boos from the stadium turned to cheers.
Hearn told IFLTV that Sulaiman had channelled his internal Vince McMahon – that the WWE chairman.
Meanwhile, some fans advised Edwards that the other tussle with Martinez may not be a wise move…
Before the main event on Saturday, Hearn obtained in the ring to declare a second large card in London’s O2 Arena – the closing of the World Boxing Super Series plus also a unification bout between Scotland’s IBF light-welterweight world winner Josh Taylor and the WBA and interim WBC champion Regis Prograis.
When is it? Well…
Simply to clarify (check the small print!) The struggle is going to be on Saturday, 26 October. Don’t rock on the Monday.
Wladimir Klitschko dominated the heavyweight division. However, is his impression of Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat better compared to his accomplishments in the ring? You decide…
Because Stipe Miocic stunned Daniel Cormier to win the UFC heavyweight belt it has been a matter of weeks. Has he celebrated? An party? A luxurious holiday? Nope, he’s gone back to his day job. And he has even been tasked with cleaning up the bathrooms…
UFC 242 occurs in Abu Dhabi this weekend using star attraction and lightweight winner Khabib Nurmagomedov back in the octagon for the first time as beating Conor McGregor at October last year.
The lightweight winner is seeking to help it win number 28 from American Dustin Poirier.
But is that the 30-year-old already eyeing retirement? He said this week that he might not”have a good deal of fights ahead”.
He has said Tony Ferguson, who’s on an amazing 12-fight winning streak deserves a shot.
Fans are excited with a Khabib v Ferguson match-up, however, warned that the Russian to not take his attention.
From a democracy into some dictatorship in four years

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