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Deontay Wilder Talks Anthony Joshua, Floyd Mayweather's Future & Canelo-GGG | Sports Illustrated

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder talks with SI to discuss a potential megafight with Anthony Joshua and shares why he doesn't believe Floyd Mayweather will fight ever again. Subscribe to ►► http://po.st/SubscribeSI Follow the latest NFL news and highlights, with updates on your favorite team and players. Want to know what’s up with Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, Tom Brady and more? We’ve got you covered: http://po.st/PlaylistSI-NFL Can the Cleveland Cavaliers repeat? Will the Golden State Warriors make history again? Keep up with all the important NBA updates, including news on LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and more: http://po.st/PlaylistSI-NBA From Bryce Harper and Mike Trout to Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner, Sports Illustrated brings you the smartest commentary and inside stories on the latest MLB news: http://po.st/PlaylistSI-MLB Check out the most recent clips and highlights from episodes of SI Now, Sports Illustrated’s daily talk show. From interviews with the biggest newsmakers to discussions with our award winning writers and editors, SI Now is your spot for all things football, basketball, baseball and everywhere else around the world of sports: http://po.st/PlaylistSI-Now The best of SI’s award-winning video storytelling. From household names to the lesser known, SI Films’ features and series explore the most powerful stories in sports: http://po.st/PlaylistSI-Films CONNECT WITH Website: http://www.si.com Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookSI Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterSI Google+: http://po.st/GoogleSI Instagram: http://po.st/InstagramSI Magazine: http://po.st/MagazineSI ABOUT SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Sports Illustrated offers sports fans trusted, authentic, agenda-free reporting and storytelling featuring sports news, scores, photos, columns and expert analysis from the latest in today’s world of sports including NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, NASCAR, college basketball, college football, golf, soccer, tennis, and fantasy. Deontay Wilder Talks Anthony Joshua, Floyd Mayweather's Future & Canelo-GGG | Sports Illustrated https://www.youtube.com/user/SportsIllustrated

Mike Tyson vs Larry Holmes 22.1.1988 - WBC, WBA & IBF World Heavyweight Championships

Former long time WBC and IBF World Heavyweight Champion, "The Easton Assassin" Larry Holmes returns to the ring to challenge the reigning Unified World Heavyweight Champion, "Iron" Mike Tyson. Larry Holmes is one of the all time great heavyweight boxers of the 70's and 80's however he was often over shadowed by both Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson so does not get the recognition he deserves. Having turned pro in 1973, Larry went undefeated in his first 26 fights earning a WBC Heavyweight Title Eliminator bout against Earnie Shavers in 1978. After beating Shavers by a unanimous near shut out 12 round decision, Larry went on to beat Ken Norton by split decision to win the WBC World Heavyweight title. 3 months after Larry became WBC Champion, Muhammad Ali would win the WBA World Heavyweight title back from Leon Spinks and become the first ever 3 x World heavyweight Champion taking some of the shine off Larry's achievement. Muhammad Ali would retire just 1 month later giving the spotlight back to Larry who went on to defend his WBC title against European Heavyweight Champion Alfredo Evangelista, USBA Heavyweight Champion Mike Weaver, European Heavyweight Champion Lorenzo Zanon and NABF Heavyweight Champion Leroy Jones among others. In 1980 Muhammad Ali made the ill fated decision to return to the ring and challenged Larry for the world title. Larry pummeled Ali into retirement over 10 brutal rounds. Over the next 3 years Larry would successfully defend his WBC title against every top ranked challenger put in front of him but in 1983 Larry accepted the challenge of a young unranked Marvis Frazier. Although Marvis would not be able to win the WBC World Heavyweight title, Larry was told if he were to lose then the title would be stripped from him. Larry demolished Frazier in 1 round and relinquished his WBC title to accept recognition as World Champion for the newly-created International Boxing Federation (IBF). In 1985 Larry stepped in the ring against the undefeated WBC, WBA & IBF World Light Heavyweight Champion Michael Spinks. Spinks would pull off the upset of the year when he beat Larry over 15 rounds to become the new IBF World Heavyweight Champion, the first loss of Larry's career! Spinks would beat Larry again in a rematch prompting Larry to take a 2 year break from the ring before he attempted a comeback against Tyson. Larry at the time still had a very impressive 48-2 record. Mike Tyson had turned pro in 1985 and quickly made headlines with his knockout power and almost immediate TV coverage. In 1986 Tyson won the WBC World Heavyweight title followed by the WBA version in 1987. Michael Spinks was stripped of the IBF Heavyweight title in 1987 and later picked up by Tony Tucker whom Mike Tyson would beat just 3 months later to become the first ever unified World Heavyweight Champion as he now held the WBC, WBA and IBF versions of the belt. Tyson was at his peak when he entered the ring against Holmes and was undefeated in 32 fights. Larry may have had the height and reach advantage, but Tyson was 17 years younger and hit harder and faster than anybody Holmes had fought before. The styles were very contrasting and I often look at this fight as being the bridge between the old school and new school style of boxing. Larry was constantly retreating and tying Tyson up as he got in close, possibly hoping to take Tyson into the later rounds and tire him out, but the constant pressure from Tyson finally caught up to the aging Larry Holmes who was knocked out in the 4th round following 3 knockdowns. If people thought Larry was going to retire following the one sided beating he took they were wrong. In 1991 Larry surprisingly returned to the ring and picked up 6 wins in a row culminating with a 12 round decision win over Ray Mercer. In 1992 Larry unsuccessfully challenged Evander Holyfield for the World Heavyweight title before going on another winning streak. In 1995 Larry challenged WBC Heavyweight Champion Oliver McCall but came up short again over 12 rounds. In 1997 Holmes came very close to beating IBO World Heavyweight Champion Brian Nielsen, but lost a controversial split decision. Larry's final fight took place in 2002 when he beat Eric "Butterbean" Esch over 10 rounds at the ripe old age of 52! He retired with a 69-6 record.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Canelo Alvarez - Highlights (Mayweather SCHOOLS Canelo)

** NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ** Follow me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jeffjacksonbestboxing/ Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/jeffjacksonboxing September 14th, 2013. Known as “The One”, two undefeated fighters clashed on this day; Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Canelo Alvarez in a Light Middleweight Championship Superfight contested at a 152 pound catchweight, with the following titles on the line; 1)The Ring Junior Middleweight Title (1st defense by Alvarez) 2)WBC Super Welterweight Title (7th defense by Alvarez) 3)WBA Super World Welterweight Title (1st defense by Mayweather) This is one of the most anticipated fights of 2013, with tickets sold out within 24 hours. And for the first time in history, the WBC announced that it would award the winner with a special belt made with large 24K gold. This superfight broke the record for producing the single largest gross gate ($20,003,150) in Nevada boxing history, beating the previous record of $18,419,200 also set by Floyd Mayweather Jr back in 2007 when he won a hard fought SD against Oscar De La Hoya. Additionally, it also set the all time record for the highest grossing PPV fight of all time; generating $150 million in revenue via 2.2 million buys. It is also interesting to note that the last time an undefeated World Welterweight Champion takes on an undefeated World Junior Middleweight Champion was 13 years ago in March 2000; when Puerto Rican legend Felix “Tito” Trinidad takes on “The American Dream” David Reid with Reid’s WBA Super Welterweight Championship on the line. Trinidad and Reid had records of 36(30)-0 & 14(7)-0 going into the fight. Tito won via UD to become World Champion in 2 weight divisions. Going into the fight, Mayweather and Alvarez had undefeated records of 44(26)-0 & 42(30)-0-1. And at this time, Mayweather was ranked by The Ring as the No. 1 Welterweight & the No. 1 Best Pound for Pound Fighter while Canelo was recognized as the No. 9 Junior Middleweight as well as No. 9 P4P by the same publication. The last time Canelo Alvarez fought at a 152 pound catchweight was in March 2011 where he made history by becoming the youngest ever Light Middleweight / Super Welterweight World Champion at only 21 years old; defeating Matthew Hatton (Ricky Hatton’s elder brother) via UD to win the vacant WBC World Super Welterweight Championship. A fight where Canelo dominated in entirety, winning with scores of 119-108 in all three cards. For Alvarez, this is his 11th fight at Super Welterweight where he beat opponents such as Carlos Baldomir, Lovemore N'dou, Kermit Cintrón, Josesito Lopez & Austin Trout. As for Floyd Mayweather, this is his 3rd Super Welterweight; the previous two were decisions wins against Oscar De La Hoya and Miguel Cotto in 2 grueling world title bouts. Going into the fight, Canelo had a few noteworthy wins; Kermit Cintron, Carlos Baldomir, Shane Mosley, Josesito Lopez, Lovemore N'dou, Matthew Hatton & Austin Trout. On the other hand, the decorated veteran Mayweather had notable victories over Arturo Gatti, DeMarcus Corley, Jesús Chávez, Angel Manfredy, Carlos Hernandez, Genaro Hernandez, Emmanuel Augustus, Sharmba Mitchell, Phillip N'dou, Gregorio Vargas, Victor Ortiz, Shane Mosley, Carlos Baldomir, Zab Judah, Jose Luis Castillo (2x), Diego Corrales, Ricky Hatton, Oscar De La Hoya, Juan Manuel Marquez, Robert Guerrero, Miguel Cotto. The bout was fairly competitive for the first four rounds but as it progresses into the mid point, Floyd’s defensive and counter punching abilities takes over the fight as he schooled Alvarez with jabs, combination punching and his trademark counter right hands while displaying amazing ring generalship. Canelo had no answers against one of boxing’s greatest defensive fighters. While Canelo rallied in the final round, It was not nearly enough to make a difference. Canelo to his credit put up a valiant effort by pushing the fight in every round, throwing punches in bunches to the head and body but most were effectively blocked and countered by Mayweather with a wide assortment of punches, especially with his trademark right hand. By Compubox Punchstats, Mayweather landed nearly 100 more jabs, 20 more power punches. Mayweather also more than doubled Canelo’s accuracy rate at 46% over 22%. Judge C.J. Ross controversially scored the fight 114-114 where she received tremendous criticism. This is the 2nd time within 15 months in which Ross had a controversial scorecard. The previous was the first meeting between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley in June 2012; where she along with Duane Ford, scored it 115-113 in favor of Bradley, making him the MD winner despite Pacquiao’s clear dominance. Ross would retire as a judge in light of those controversies. Hope you guys enjoy this highlight of one of Mayweather’s greatest performances! Subscribe for more cool boxing videos! Keep your punches up at all times!

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