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Boxing and poker – maybe a start on something new?

Even though both sports are known for intense action and rough characters, boxing and poker aren’t usually combined. This didn’t stop Gus Hansen (known as one of the biggest full tilt poker names)and Danish poker pro Theo Jorgensen from duking it out. Both know as skilled poker players in both the online poker and live tournament circuit, did quite well as shown in the video.


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Aussie Wrap-up: Jamie Weetch clashes with Yao Yi Ma at Thunderdome 23, Brock Jarvis continues busy year, Bob Mirovic set to retire at 51

Perth-based Welshman Jamie Weetch 10-2 (4) knows he has to turn in an impressive performance when he takes on Sydney’s Yao Yi Ma 15-2-1 (10) for the vacant IBF Pan Pacific junior middleweight title at Thunderdome 23 at Metro City in Northbridge, WA, this Friday if he wants to get the big fights he covets in 2018. By Anthony Cocks Aussie Wrap-up: Jamie Weetch clashes with Yao Yi Ma at Thunderdome 23, Brock Jarvis continues busy year, Bob Mirovic set to retire at 51
The Career Highlights of David Haye

The Career Highlights of David Haye

The professional boxer David Haye, also known as The Hayemaker, is one of Britain’s most distinguished athletes of the last decade. The London-born 6’3’’ giant has won Cruiserweight and Heavyweight world championships with a record of 26-2 and 24 knockouts The Career Highlights of David Haye
Boxing News Headlines for September 15 - 2012

Boxing News Headlines for September 15 - 2012

Today’s news headlines listed here. Boxing News Headlines for September 15 - 2012

An EPIX Heavyweight Investment

By Marty Mulcahey: Today’s EPIX broadcast is reminiscent of HBO’s celebrated “Night of the Young Heavyweights” show back in 1996, in which future world title challengers John Ruiz, Shannon Briggs, David Tua, Andrew Golota, Michael Grant and Jameel McCline shared the same ring. Tomorrow’s promotion is appropriately dubbed “Night of the Hunters” in Germany, since the winners... An EPIX Heavyweight Investment
Monte Barrett vs. Charles Davis

Monte Barrett vs. Charles Davis

Former world title challenger Monte  Two Gunz Barrett is involved in a crossroads fight every time he steps into the ring. His next action is scheduled for January 22nd against Charles Davis in one of four pay-per-view fights on the  Redemption In America: The Journey Begins Now card, headli Monte Barrett vs. Charles Davis
Vitali Klitschko Camp Quotes

Vitali Klitschko Camp Quotes

Vitali Klitschko (41-2, 37 KOs), of Kiev (Ukraine) and Hamburg (Germany), participated yesterday in a media work out in his training camp in Austria. He discussed his upcoming WBC heavyweight title defense against former European Champion Albert Sosnowski (45-2-1, 27 KOs), of Warsaw (Poland) and Brentwood (UK). The eagerly anticipated heavyweight championship will take place on Saturday, May 29, at VELTINS-Arena Gelsenkirchen, Germ Vitali Klitschko Camp Quotes

Weekend TV Cheat Sheet

By Marty Mulcahey: Yes, the boxing world seems sedentary in anticipation of the big Floyd Mayweather-Shane Mosley fight, but another solid weekend of boxing awaits fans, with ESPN2, Showtime, and HBO delivering a good mix of champions, contenders, and prospects. The intriguing showdown between Kelly Pavlik and Sergio Martinez is the clash I am most interested in. If ever the term “puncher’s chance” applied to a fighter, this time it’s stuck to Edison Miranda, who tries to unseat the world’s Weekend TV Cheat Sheet
Q & A: Heavyweight Contender Manuel Quezada

Q & A: Heavyweight Contender Manuel Quezada

Ryan Maquiñana: 18 straight wins will catch anyone’s attention. Just ask WBC CABOFE champion Manuel “El Toro” Quezada, 29-4 (18), who has crept into the consciousness of the heavyweight division by going undefeated the last four years. Standing only one spot below Samuel Peter at number eight in the latest WBC heavyweight rankings, the 32-year-old has another opportunity to make his case for a shot at Vitali Klitschko’s belt when he takes on Jason Gavern (18-7, 8 KOs) on April 8 in Lemoore, C Q & A: Heavyweight Contender Manuel Quezada
Here it is again...

Here it is again...

Stephen Tobey: In the last few years, many American boxing fans haven’t seen John Ruiz. His last fight, a seventh-round stoppage of Adnan Serin on Nov. 7, was on a pay-per-view broadcast of David Haye’s victory over Nikolay Valuev. Here it is again...

I said that? My 2009 Preview Review - Part III

By Martin Mulcahey (Photo © Howard Schatz): This is the third and final installment of my annual preview-review, featuring boxing’s traditional glory divisions from middleweight to heavyweight. In the previous two segments I rationalized that readers who visit various boxing websites must notice how easy it is for journalists to make lofty predictions. Many writers are certain in the knowledge that few will remember what they wrote in a year’s time. So, every year I venture back in time and I said that? My 2009 Preview Review - Part III
Thoughts from the Home Office -- Reflections on an Unusually Noisy

Thoughts from the Home Office -- Reflections on an Unusually Noisy

By Lee Groves: In years past, December used to be a quiet one for boxing. Not wanting to compete with the Christmas/New Year’s causeway, promoters used the time to reset and refresh while boxers either prepared for their January assignments or spent quality time with loved ones like the rest of us. Thoughts from the Home Office -- Reflections on an Unusually Noisy
Be Careful What You Wish For David

Be Careful What You Wish For David

By Clive Bernath: Two Clichés come immediately to mind when reading David Haye’s latest interview about his November 7 heavyweight title clash with giant WBA titleholder Nikolay Valuev-‘Be careful what you wish for’ and ‘Patience is a virtue’. Be Careful What You Wish For David
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