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•World Boxing Association (WBA) 1921
•World Boxing Council (WBC) 1963
•International Boxing Federation (IBF) 1983
•World Boxing Organization (WBO) 1988

International Boxing Organization (IBO) 1988
It is an independent and well-known organization not recognized by the "big four" governing bodies (WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO), who only recognize each other in their rankings and title unification rules.

It is recognized as a legitimate world championship by the British Boxing Board of Control, the European Boxing Union, BoxRec, and BoxingScene but is unrecognized as such by The Ring magazine.
•Golden Boy Promotions
•Matchroom Boxing
•Queensberry Promotions Limited

Waar te zien

17/9 - 'Canelo' lvarez vs. Golovkin III
23/9 - Stevenson vs. Conceio
24/9 - Parker vs. Joyce
15/10 - Haney vs. Kambosos II
29/10 - Lomachenko vs. Ortiz
5/11 - Bivol vs. Ramrez

Spence vs. Crawford
Usyk vs. Fury

Huidige kampioenen:

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:') Chinees dacht dat hij aan de knock downs genoeg had en verder niet veel rondes meer hoefde te winnen
Dan denk je gunstig Saoedi-Arabi ligt twee uur voor op ons... :')
0s.gif Op zaterdag 9 maart 2024 01:07 schreef Nober het volgende:
Dan denk je gunstig Saoedi-Arabi ligt twee uur voor op ons... :')
3:15 am daar, someone's going to sleep?
Volksliederen. Let's go!
Had Fury bijna gelijk ha
Dat was niet best.
Welke mongool is die commentator bij DAZN die AJ even de beste noemt in HW nu? Usyk hater / team Great Britain fapper.
Ngannou heeft wel een erg slechte dekking zo steeds met 1 handje half afdekken, geen wonder dat ze vanavond doorkwamen de klappen.
Don't leave boxing
Een predator hoort ook niet in Barbie kleuren ten strijde te trekken
Had al verwacht dat AJ zou winnen, maar niet ZO makkelijk 😱!
Mightiest am I but I am not alone in this cosmos of mine...
  vrijdag 19 april 2024 @ 22:25:25 #17
147172 THEFXR
Alpha Bear
Garcia missed weight by 3.5 pounds
0s.gif Op vrijdag 19 april 2024 22:25 schreef THEFXR het volgende:

Garcia missed weight by 3.5 pounds
Gaat kennelijk wel door met bij winst Garcia geen titel voor hem.

  zaterdag 20 april 2024 @ 05:50:15 #19
147172 THEFXR
Alpha Bear
  zondag 21 april 2024 @ 13:06:54 #20
147172 THEFXR
Alpha Bear
Ik had het 113-111 voor Haney.

8 rondes voor Haney.

En vier rondes voor Garcia waarvan 3 keer 10-8 maar door de punt aftrek een ronde in 9-8.

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Jammer dit.

On May 1, Voluntary Anti-Doping Association notified all involved parties that Garcia had tested positive for Ostarine, a performance-enhancing drug, the day before and the day of his fight with Haney.

Garcia responded via social media, denying the accusations and citing his willingness to take the drug test.


[ Bericht 62% gewijzigd door Nober op 02-05-2024 19:29:37 ]
  Eindredactie Sport / Forummod vrijdag 3 mei 2024 @ 20:18:20 #24
284411 crew  heywoodu
Van bijna dood tot olympir:
1s.gif Op donderdag 2 mei 2024 16:25 schreef Nober het volgende:
Jammer dit.
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Zo'n fantastische zege en dan dit _O-
Van bijna dood op weg naar de Olympische Spelen, tot olympir in 2026? Elk beetje hulp wordt bijzonder gewaardeerd!
Maandag 6 mei te Tokyo, Japan
(26-0, 23KO) Naoya Inoue vs. Luis Nery (35-1, 27KO)


  maandag 6 mei 2024 @ 10:54:11 #27
181124 chufi
Hace frio o no?
Aparte datum, maar prima tijdstip
Cuando haya sol, hay Chufi
Musica Espaol
Come On

Nery: “If Mike Tyson can lose his unbeaten record at Tokyo Dome, so can Naoya Inoue!”

Nery states that Inoue is overrated and has flaws that he’s going to punish by KO.
  maandag 6 mei 2024 @ 14:27:01 #29
181124 chufi
Hace frio o no?
Wow die Inoue ...
Cuando haya sol, hay Chufi
Musica Espaol
Come On
Turki Alalshikh tells ESPN he has plan to fix 'broken' boxing

NEW YORK -- Turki Alalshikh, the chairman of Saudi Arabia's General Entertainment Authority, controls the biggest purse strings in boxing and said he plans to use that power to fix a sport he told ESPN is "broken."

The exclusive interview took place last month following the formal announcement of Alalshikh's first boxing event outside Saudi Arabia, a stacked card headlined by ESPN's No. 1 pound-for-pound boxer, Terence Crawford, challenging Israil Madrimov for the WBA junior middleweight title on Aug. 3 in Los Angeles. Alalshikh laid out his plans for boxing and detailed an upcoming slate of star-studded cards.

Crawford vs. Madrimov is presented by Riyadh Season -- an annual state-managed sports and entertainment festival that attracts sponsorships from some of the region's most prominent companies -- which kicks off in October in Saudi Arabia's capital. The title fight is poised to showcase the kingdom's commitment to the sort of promotion, pomp and circumstance Alalshikh believes has been largely missing from boxing.

"We carefully planned our activities for the last six months," Alalshikh said. "We are spending the money to [commercialize] our season and at the same time to test the market and know all the secrets about the market. And now we have a lot of information and we have our own studies and we think from what we tested in the last six months, there is big opportunity in boxing. ... But you must improve the market. You must fix all the problems."

Alalshikh has looked to restore that prestige with the sort of deep, competitive undercards that are commonplace in the UFC but rare in boxing. The Aug. 3 card might feature the deepest support of undercard fights in years.

Isaac "Pitbull" Cruz defends his WBA junior welterweight title vs. Jose Valenzuela in the co-feature while Tim Tszyu fights Vergil Ortiz Jr. in a slugfest between two of ESPN's top junior middleweights. A pair of former heavyweight champions are also slated to compete: Deontay Wilder vs. undefeated Jared Anderson along with Andy Ruiz's return vs. Jarrell Miller. Top talent David Morrell fights Radivoje Kalajdzic and two-time Olympic gold medalist Andy Cruz meets Antonio Moran.

"[Boxing] is broken, but I think we don't need to get everything back together," Alalshikh said. Indeed, boxing sat atop the global sports landscape for much of the 20th century. But with the best matchups being relegated to pay-per-view, the sport's lack of centralized governing body and the minimization of pugilism at the Olympics, the sport has waned in popularity since.

"We need to improve it with something else, we have a strategic vision where we have identified untapped opportunities and are committed to market improvement."

Saudi Arabia hosted the Anthony Joshua-Ruiz heavyweight title rematch in December 2019, the first major boxing event in the Kingdom, and also staged the Oleksandr Usyk-Joshua rematch in August 2022. That was before Alalshikh and the GEA entered the boxing space with the Tyson Fury-Francis Ngannou fight in October. Next came the December card topped by Joshua and Wilder in separate fights. The plan called for them to meet in a long-awaited clash in March, but Wilder dropped an upset decision to Joseph Parker.

Instead, Joshua went on to score a devastating second-round KO of former UFC heavyweight champion Ngannou last month in Riyadh. On May 18, Alalshikh will deliver his most-anticipated fight yet -- what he called the "crown jewel of his efforts" -- with the Fury-Usyk undisputed heavyweight championship fight in Riyadh.

"History will remember this fight," Alalshikh said, comparing the event to the 1974 Rumble in the Jungle between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.

Two weeks later in the same city, Artur Beterbiev and Dmitry Bivol were set to battle for the undisputed light heavyweight championship. However, Beterbiev suffered a ruptured meniscus that required surgery, which postponed the fight Friday. Alalshikh plans to reschedule the bout later this year. He already rescheduled Fury-Usyk for May 18 after Fury suffered a cut that postponed the bout from its original Feb. 17 date.

Both are coin-flip matchups that fans have clamored years for as they endured stop-and-start negotiations. All four boxers reside on ESPN's pound-for-pound list. While Alalshikh seeks a replacement opponent for Bivol on June 1, the series of five fights between Matchroom -- and Queensberry-promoted fighters remains intact for that same date. Wilder will meet Zhilei Zhang, two heavyweight punchers coming off losses to Parker, along with Filip Hrgovic-Daniel Dubois. Ray Ford defends his WBA featherweight title vs. Nick Ball in another fight.

Alalshikh told ESPN that he'll stage the Fury-Usyk rematch on Oct. 12 or 13 to kick off another Riyadh Season while he originally planned to match the winner of Beterbiev-Bivol vs. David Benavidez, who moves up to light heavyweight June 15 with a fight vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk. Alalshikh said he would look to match the loser with either Morrell or cruiserweight champion Jai Opetaia, who defends his title vs. Mairis Briedis in a rematch on the Fury-Usyk undercard. But that was before Beterbiev-Bivol was postponed with a plan to reschedule for the end of this year.

"Now my strategy," Alalshikh said, "each card the result of it connects with another card."

The Aug. 3 card features fighters from several different promotions, a rare feat in a notoriously fractured sport (two from Matchroom, four from PBC, and one apiece from Top Rank and Golden Boy).

"I deal with everyone," Alalshikh said. " ... When I started in this field, in the beginning [the promoters] competed against each other but now we managed to get them all to work together."

Afterward, Alalshikh will travel to London's Wembley Stadium for an event headlined by Joshua on Sept. 20 or 21. The British star is expected to face the Hrgovic-Dubois winner for the vacant IBF title, another commercial for Riyadh Season with the Kingdom's first boxing event in the U.K.

The IBF ruled that Hrgovic's mandatory title shot as No. 1 contender is overdue, so with Fury and Usyk committed for an immediate rematch, the winner of the May 18 bout will be stripped ahead of Hrgovic-Dubois on June 1. That means only three of boxing's four recognized titles will be on the line for Fury-Usyk 2 in October.

One month later is the Fury-Usyk rematch. Alalshikh said it will happen no matter what transpires in the first meeting. Regardless of how the pair of fights play out, Alalshikh is targeting the long-awaited Fury-Joshua fight for the end of March since Usyk has already defeated Joshua twice. If Fury and Usyk split the two fights, the rubber match could take place later in 2025 after Fury-Joshua, he said.

"I'm being paid a s--- ton of money from Saudi not to turn up and do a boxing fight, but to put a show on and put Saudi on the map," Fury told ESPN last month. "So that's what I'm gonna do, what I'm being paid for: Put on a show. The world's largest traveling showman, me, 'The Gypsy King.'"

Alalshikh revealed that the seventh and final card of the year will take place in December and will pit five American fighters against five U.K. fighters.

In December or January, Alalshikh will look to stage perhaps the biggest fight the sport can offer, a showdown between the face of boxing, Canelo Alvarez, and Crawford in the U.S.

"I'm working to deliver [Canelo], but it will be big fight [for Crawford]," Alalshikh said. "I'll discuss with him the names. "

Crawford hasn't competed more than once in a year since 2019. Alashikhk said they planned to deliver Crawford-Tszyu on Aug. 3 but pivoted to Madrimov when Tszyu was upset by Sebastian Fundora in March.

Perth, Australi
(21-2, 10KO) George Kambosos jr. vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko (17-3, 11KO)
- IBF lightweight championship (135 lb/61.2 kg)

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Aankomende zaterdag eindelijk (21-0, 14KO) Usyk vs. Fury (34-0-1, KO) in Saoedi-Arabi *O* maar ook Opetaia vs. Briedis, Cordina vs. Cacace, Kovalev vs. Safar, Sanchez vs. Kabayel

For the first time in over 20 years an undisputed heavyweight champion of the world will be crowned.



[ Bericht 21% gewijzigd door Nober op 12-05-2024 17:43:44 ]
The heavyweight lineal champions: Tyson Fury and the 37 others who preceded him

Tyson Fury has accomplished a staggering amount during his 35 pro-fight career, enough to cement himself among the all-time greats. The heavyweight championship division Fury rules over today is part of perhaps the most-storied lineage in all of sports, one that dates back to 1885.

That's when John L. Sullivan, once the bare-knuckle champion, became boxing's first-ever heavyweight champion under the Marquess of Queensberry rules. He held that distinction until his landmark fight with James "Gentleman Jim" Corbett in 1892. Following Corbett's 21st-round KO victory in New Orleans, the championship lineage that extends to today was established. As pro-wrestling legend Ric Flair says, "To be the man, you have to beat the man."

Now more than ever, with four titles in each weight class, the lineal championship helps to identify who is "the man." This Saturday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Fury defends the lineal championship against Oleksandr Usyk in boxing's first undisputed heavyweight championship fight since Lennox Lewis-Evander Holyfield in 1999 (11 a.m. ET, ESPN+ PPV).

Throughout 139 years of heavyweight boxing history, just 38 men have had the honor of calling themselves the lineal champion in the sport's glamor division, the title that bestows each individual "baddest-man-on-the-planet" status. Four of those fighters were two-time lineal champions -- Floyd Patterson, George Foreman, Holyfield and Lewis -- and only one won the title three times: Muhammad Ali.

Even former cruiserweight lineal champ Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs), 37, of Ukraine, who defeated Anthony Joshua twice and currently holds three of the four heavyweight titles, nor Joshua, despite his lengthy run as unified champion, have ever possessed the heavyweight lineal championship. Though lineages can always be debated.

After Fury upset Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 to win the lineal heavyweight championship, he didn't fight for another two-and-a-half years as he battled substance abuse and depression. During that time, Anthony Joshua collected the three belts Fury vacated and produced a string of impressive defenses. His second reign was ended by Usyk, who defeated Joshua twice.

Fury, 35, ESPN's No. 10 pound-for-pound fighter, knows all of this, of course. His historical knowledge of the division gives much-needed context toward exactly what he's looking to accomplish, and how this monumental fight with No. 3 ranked Usyk might impact his legacy.

"You gotta understand the game you're in, the division you're in," Fury told ESPN, "the people who came before you so you can understand who you are and where you've come from and what journey you're on. I believe that.

"You're just talking about elite, elite, elite men. That's why not all of these champions can be on that list as lineal champions. Only the best of the best of the best can be lineal champions. That's why this fight, it means a lot to me, because if Usyk can beat me, puts his name on that list. If he can't beat me, he's not even gonna be on the list of lineal champions ever."

Fury will look to gatekeep Usyk from that hollowed list of great fighting big men in a bout that's nearly deadlocked per ESPN BET (Usyk at -105, Fury at -115). Turki Alalshikh, the chairman of Saudi Arabia's General Entertainment Authority, told ESPN last month that the rematch is planned for Oct. 12 or 13 in Riyadh. Fury's goal across these two upcoming fights with Usyk: "Keep 'em off that list."

"Only way that they get on that list is if I retire before them and then they get a chance to do it," Fury said. "While I am the gatekeeper, no one shall pass."

"Do you know who has a lot of knowledge like this though? Mike Tyson," Fury added. "Mike is the historian. I trust myself as I know a lot about heavyweight boxing. But Mike can go back to like 1845. Mike is incredible."

Ahead of the summit meeting to crown boxing's first undisputed heavyweight champion in the four-belt era, "The Gypsy King" showed off his immense knowledge of the heavyweight division with his thoughts on many of those 37 other lineal champions who came before him.
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Zo'n uitstel zorgt er altijd voor dat ik er een beetje uit ben, maar zaterdag alweer _O_ . Uiteraard ga ik wel (een poging doen tot) kijken. Geen Nederlandse tv dit keer volgens mij ;( DAZN kan wel voor 2 tientjes. Gelukkig prima tijd, rond 0:00

Qua voorspelling zou ik het echt niet weten :D Daarom ook zo'n zin in
Het zal wel weer een lange zit worden net als bij Joshua vs. Ngannou aangezien de prelims om 16:00 uur beginnen.

Donderdag 16 mei, 20:00

Vrijdag 17 mei, 19:00
215 vs. Witherspoon
217¼ vs. Chisora
221¼ vs. Joshua
221½ vs. Joshua II
220.9 vs. Dubois

273 vs. Wilder II
277 vs. Wilder III
265½ vs. Whyte
268¾ vs. Chisora
277.7 vs. Ngannou

Zaterdag 18 mei, 16:00

[ Bericht 7% gewijzigd door Nober op 17-05-2024 19:39:11 ]
Hup Usyk

12 – (262) Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk (233.5)
•Usyk's IBF, WBA, WBO, The Ring, IBO and Fury's WBC heavyweight titles
12 – (198.1) Jai Opetaia vs. Mairis Briedis (199.1)
•Opetaia's The Ring and vacant IBF cruiserweight titles

12 – (130) Joe Cordina vs. Anthony Cacace (129)
•Cordina’s IBF super featherweight title
12 – (238.5) Frank Sanchez vs. Agit Kabayel (238.5)
•WBC heavyweight championship eliminator
10 – (194.2) Sergey Kovalev vs. Robin Sirwan Safar (194.1)
10 – (134.2) Mark Chamberlain vs. Joshua Wahab (132.1)
•WBC silver lightweight title

8 – (239.1) Moses Itauma vs. Ilka Mezencev (232.1)
•vacant WBO Intercontinental heavyweight title
8 – (198.1) David Nyika vs. Michael Seitz (198.5)
•vacant IBF cruiserweight title
10 – (174.7) Daniel Lapin vs. Octavio Pudivitr (173.7)
8 – (125.5) Isaac Lowe vs. Hasibullah Ahmadi (127.7)*

*Ahmadi missed the 126lb/57kg featherweight limit

-de volgorde kan anders zijn dan weergegeven

18:00 Main Card (DAZN)
16:00 Preliminaries (Youtube)

[ Bericht 12% gewijzigd door Nober op 18-05-2024 17:42:34 ]
Kovalev's laatste?
  zaterdag 18 mei 2024 @ 19:45:05 #40
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geen dvdfreak maar kc27
leuke partijen pas diep in de nacht
0s.gif Op zaterdag 18 mei 2024 19:45 schreef dvdfreak het volgende:
leuke partijen pas diep in de nacht
Net een snelle KO dus nu even een uur lullen denk ik. :')
  zaterdag 18 mei 2024 @ 23:18:28 #42
147172 THEFXR
Alpha Bear
  zaterdag 18 mei 2024 @ 23:38:40 #43
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