Manny Pacquiao still hopeful of Mayweather fight

Welterweight world champion Manny Pacquiao is busy preparing for his first defence of the title since regaining it against Junior Welterweight champion Chris Algieri, but he has made it clear who he wants for his next fight should he win the fight and retain the title.

The Filipino Bomber said that he has a very specific goal in his career, he wants to give the boxing fans the fight they have been craving for adding that he really wants that fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Barry To Play In The Legacy Kickboxing Event

Legacy Kick boxing is one of the most awaited kickboxing events in the world. In the upcoming year the event is scheduled to start in early 2015. The former UFC fighter Pat Barry has confirmed to fight for the event. He is a veteran fighter and also a veteran kick boxer. He has last week come out confirming his presence in the debut event of Legacy FC’s new kickboxing division. The promoter of the event Mick Maynard released a statement that Barry has confirmed his presence in the debut event and will be fighting against Demoreo Dennis.

Floyd Mayweather defeats Marcos Madiana in style

The present champion of the welterweight category Floyd Mayweather is on the top of his game. He put up a great performance against Marcos Maidana in the last match up. He remained aggressive from the very beginning of the match. The punches were good enough to shake up his opponent from the very beginning. The agility and the strength of the player were in full display. He landed up punches after punches.The highlight of the match was the biting controversy. Mayweather shouted that he was bit by Maidana in the middle of the match.

Rhodes Claims Being Better To Goldust

Rarely the boxing ring find two brothers pitted against one another and the affair gets all the more steamy when one publicly claims to be better than another sibling. Top American wrestling champ Cody Rhodes, who would be seen fighting against brother Goldust, has recently claimed of being a better fighter to Goldie.

“Neutral Officers” For The Rematch

Until the British Boxing Board of Council hires impartial officials for the Wembley Stadium game, George Groves will not clash with Carl Froch. Froch preserved his IBF and WBA titles against Groves on November 23 in Manchester. However Groves initiated a petition speaking to Howard Foster, who is the referee, to stop the match in advance and then the IBF ordered for another game. Froch’s belt again will be risky on 31 may.

Mayweather will not risk unbeaten record against Manny Pacquiao, says Roach

With a mere four fights remaining in his illustrious career, legendary trainer Freddie Roach doesn’t see World Boxing Organization or the WBO Welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. risking a fight against Manny Pacquiao.

And according to Roach, it is not because the undefeated American is afraid of the Filipino Bomber – he has categorically denied that kind of notion – but because there is one thing of greater importance to him and that is to finish his long career unbeaten.

Bellew wants to give Cleverly a good hiding

Boxing, as a sport, is as much about trash talking as it is about giving your opposition a brutal battering and Liverpool based Tony Bellew has certainly done his bit to heat things up between him and Welshman Nathan Cleverly, whom he labeled as a fraud and promised to give him a real good hiding.

Both the boxers aim to win the world title at their weight category and the Englishman believes that the two are very close to fighting each other once again in a rematch of their epic brawl in 2011, which Cleverly won by a majority decision.

Khan says Floyd Mayweather Jr. match up very close

English boxer Amir Khan has claimed that talks between his camp and that of Floyd Mayweather Jr. over a fight next year have been progressing very well and he hopes of a positive announcement for his fans and the media in the next couple of weeks.

The Bolton based boxer has been holding out for a fight against the American Pound for Pound boxing king ever since he defeated Julio Diaz via a decision result in a highly controversial outcome earlier this year.

Karate kid staked his foot on his car keys

This is the crucial moment for karate kid Bartek Turek, who is left with his car key stuck deep in the foot following a rare accident. 18 year old Turek was working on his self defense stances when he was flipped back on the floor. The keys of his car that was tucked in his pocket fell and the teen slammed on the unturned point’s top before landing.

But interestingly, Bartek Turek did not scream in pain. He just moaned when he realizes what has happened. Turek from Illinois, United States, was taken to a medical care facility where the doctors took 7 hours to remove the keys.

Fury thinks Haye always had Vitali in his mind

Peter Fury, the uncle and trainer of English Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has slammed former World Boxing Association or the WBA Heavyweight Championship holder David Haye of intentionally ducking out of a fight against his protégé at the end of last month because he is lining up a fight against the Ukrainian boxing legend Vitali Klitschko.