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Update: Mike Tyson knocked out Butterbean in round two of their eWBSS heavyweight fantasy clash. Iron Mike moves to the semis against the winner of tomorrow’s George Foreman vs. David Haye showdown.

MTK Global has confirmed a management deal with heavyweight Dave Allen (18-5, 15 KOs), who was last seen knocking out Dorian Darch, having previously recorded a famous stoppage of former world champion Lucas Browne when headlining The O2.
Zanfer Promotions says discussions are underway for a rematch between WBA super flyweight champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez and WBC super flyweight champion Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada. They met eight years ago with Chocolatito winning a hard-fought decision.
Looks like the proposed July 18 date for Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder will be pushed back due to the coronavirus situation. Promoters are reportedly looking at an OCTOBER date.
Heavyweight Alexander Povetkin has completed the first stage of training in the Russian resort Sochi, but there are difficulties with the arrival of booked foreign sparring partners and Povetkin needs Russian replacements. He is training for a May 2 clash in the UK against Dillian Whyte, although that date is certainly in jeopardy.

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  • In reality, Tyson in his prime would have destroyed Butterbean (even in his prime). If Butterbean wins against Tyson today, yup, it’s fantasy for sure.
    Wilder and Fury being pushed back is no surprise. Wilder in a tight spot this time. It will be sink or swim since this third installment is a last chance. Wilder is still dangerous with his wild punches.

  • I really don’t see Deontay Wilder beating Tyson Fury. I mean Tyson clearly won the first fight on points and that was after 2 comeback fights and a very dangerous Deontay Wilder. Schools him easily in the rematch. I just wanna see Tyson beat Wilder again then fight AJ for the Undisputed Championships…

    • I think the favorite is Fury as demonstrated in the first two fights. However, Wilder did dropped Fury with some power punches and this is proof Wilder is a wild card capable of hitting Fury.

  • Wow, I predicted round two. But Ali stopping Holyfield I couldn’t see, even in his prime. Victory yes, Frazier knocking out Lewis was way off, as I think Lewis would have won a decision over Frazier. True Frzier was younger than Lewis when he was the real champ compared to Lewis.

  • I don’t Eric “Butterbean” Esch would of gone 2 minutes with prime Tyson let alone 2 rounds.

    • Jake spot on. How can you even compare – it’s IMPOSSIBLE, stupid and disgraceful to each legend’s name. Take your fake, fantasy editions to WWE because that’s all it is worth

  • I am a boxing expert and have written books on the subject and what I saw in the last Fury Wilder fight was a Quick stoppage. Wilder was ahead on all the judges score cards when the ref jumped in and stopped the fight…Tell me boxing isn’t rigged!!!

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