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With IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. currently out of action until May or June, the IBF has ordered negotiations for an interim title fight between #1 rated Kudratillo Abdukakhorov (17-0, 9 KOs) and #3 Sergey Lipinets (16-1, 12 KOs). If no agreement is reached, a purse bid will be called.

WBC lightweight champion in recess Devin “The Dream” Haney (24-0, 15 KOs), along with his father and trainer William Haney, have launched their own line of CBD (cannabidiol) wellness products. The brand is called WEDM, an acronym for William Everett Devin Miles (William Everett Haney and Devin Miles Haney).

Light heavyweight Charles Brewer, Jr., the son of former IBF super-middleweight world champion Charles “The Hatchet” Brewer, will make his professional debut against Kyl Fritz, also in his first pro fight, on January 31 at the Parx Casino located 20 minutes north of center city Philadelphia.

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  • I question Spence’s recovery and progress. It seems he is in worse shape than what many are letting on.
    I remember Charles Brewer back on USA’s Tuesday Night Fights in the 1990’s. Brewer had his moments in the ring. Hope his son makes him proud as a fighter.

    • Brewer was a highlight reel knockout artist with a swarming attack. If you didnt belong in the ring with him, we found out quick. And came in shape to bring it. Paul Williams reminded me of Brewer, seemingly same mentality with Brewer having heavier hands.

  • Charles “The Hatchet” Brewer was a bad mf. Prob the only fighter RJJ actually ducked.
    I dont believe any news about Spence until I see footage of him training, sparing, hearing him taking shots well, and everything else involved with a fighters training. They likely dont wanna admit Spence fucked up a promising career with something silly like drinking and fast driving in a dangerous car. We seen the car crash footage and understand Boxing requires a huge amount of punishment and continuous beatings to the body and head. Spence has too much at stake and a huge extended family waiting for those checks to come.

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