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Canelo Alvarez next fight: Golden Boy Promotions offer Billy Joe Saunders £6m to face Mexican in Las Vegas on May 2 – reports

Canelo Alvarez next fight: Golden Boy Promotions offer Billy Joe Saunders £6m to face Mexican in Las Vegas on May 2 – reports Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez will face Billy Joe Saunders on May 2 after the Mexican’s promoters increased their offer to the Brit, according to reports. Golden Boy Promotions have reportedly offered Saunders $7.75million (£6m) to put his WBO super-middleweight title on the line, with a deal reportedly nearing completion. Four-weight world champion Canelo Alvarez will reportedly sign to face Billy Joe Saunders Tom Hogan – Hogan Photos/Golden Boy This means WBA ‘Super’ and Ring Magazine super-middleweight champion Callum
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Barcelona would have to pay more than £200m to sign Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane from Liverpool due to ‘Coutinho clause’

Barcelona would have to pay more than £200m to sign Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane from Liverpool due to ‘Coutinho clause’ Barcelona would have to pay Liverpool more than £200m to sign Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane due to a ‘Coutinho clause’. The last time Liverpool did business with Barcelona was in January 2017 when Philippe Coutinho swapped Anfield for the Camp Nou in a £142m deal. It looks unlikely that Salah or Mane will join Barcelona Liverpool spent that money on Virgil van Dijk and Alisson who shored up their defence as Jurgen Klopp’s side won the Champions League
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Wilder vs Fury 2 PPV buys estimated between 800-850k in North America, eclipsing Lewis vs Tyson in 2002 but falling short of Bob Arum’s hopes

Wilder vs Fury 2 PPV buys estimated between 800-850k in North America, eclipsing Lewis vs Tyson in 2002 but falling short of Bob Arum’s hopes Tyson Fury’s victory over Deontay Wilder on Saturday night was watched by an audience of between 800,000-850,000 paying customers in North America, according to reports. If these figures prove to be accurate, the main event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena would have generated between $64m-$68million just through American PPV alone. Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will get handsomely paid for their efforts on Saturday night The ‘Gypsy King’ officially reclaimed his throne in Las
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Deontay Wilder blames Tyson Fury defeat on ring walk COSTUME as he triggers rematch clause 🌍🥊📰

Deontay Wilder blames Tyson Fury defeat on ring walk COSTUME as he triggers rematch clause. Deontay Wilder lost his WBC heavyweight title to Tyson Fury on Saturday night American was outclassed with his team throwing in the towel in round seven He claims his 45-pound ring walk outfit played a significant role in the defeat The former champion has also activated his rematch clause for a summer trilogy  Deontay Wilder has laughably claimed the weight of his ring walk costume played a big role in his defeat by Tyson Fury – as he confirmed he will be triggering his rematch clause. The American wore a
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Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury: We will make fight happen, says Frank Warren – 🇬🇧🥊📰

Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury: We will make fight happen, says Frank Warren – Tyson Fury’s promoter Frank Warren says if fans want to see a unification fight with Anthony Joshua “we will make it happen”. The British heavyweights now hold all of the division’s belts between them, after Fury, 31, beat Deontay Wilder, 34, on Sunday to claim the WBC title. Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn said on Monday that “this fight will happen”. “Of course we want to see the fight,” Warren told BBC Sport. “We’ve been trying to make it for two years.” ‘Maverick Fury one fight from immortality’
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And now King of the World 👑 🌍

Tyson Fury produced the most destructive performance of his boxing life to end Deontay Wilder’s five-year reign as WBC heavyweight world champion in seven thrilling rounds of their Las Vegas rematch. The Briton, 31, pummelled his rival in a way few could have imagined following their 2018 draw, flooring him in the third and fifth rounds while constantly backing up the most-feared puncher in the division in a way no-one has done before. A jab and right hand – the combination with which Wilder has wiped men out repeatedly – sent the American down in the third, stunning the MGM
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