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" Id like to dedicate my fight to my great guardian, Cus DAmato. Im sure hes up there and hes looking down and hes talking to all the great fighters and hes saying his boy did it I thought he was a crazy white dude he was a genius everything he said would happen happened."

~ Mike Tyson after defeating Berbick and becoming the youngest heavyweight champion of the world

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1 New York inspector general faults state boxing commission (The Associated Press)
An investigation launched by New York's inspector general after a pro fighter suffered nearly fatal injuries concluded the state boxing commission was plagued by deficient practices, limited oversight and conflicts of interest. Inspector General Catherine Leahy Scott said her office's probe into the New York State Athletic Commission was prompted by the severe brain injuries and poor post-fight treatment suffered by heavyweight Magomed Abdusalamov in 2013 at Madison Square Garden. Investigators said the fighter walked outside afterward, vomited, then was taken by his handlers in a 15-minute taxi ride to Roosevelt Hospital, though there were ambulances available at the arena.
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2 Boxing: Bitter London lesson drives Yadav on path to Rio (Reuters)
By Amlan Chakraborty NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Vikas Krishan Yadav has learned from the bitterest experience that he can leave nothing to chance in the Olympic ring and it is a lesson the Indian boxer will carry with him to the Rio Games. Four years ago, the then 20-year-old welterweight thought he had clinched a place in the quarter-finals of the London Olympic tournament after beating American Errol Spence 13-11. India subsequently took the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which rejected the appeal.
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3 Crawford beats Postol in title unification fight (The Associated Press)

Viktor Postol, left, hits Terence Crawford during their WBC-WBO junior welterweight unification title boxing bout in Las Vegas on Saturday, July 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Chase Stevens)

Terence Crawford won both the fight and a possible ticket into the Manny Pacquiao sweepstakes. Crawford turned in a dominating performance Saturday night in a battle of unbeaten champions, knocking Viktor Postol down twice on his way to a lopsided 12-round unanimous decision to put himself in the running for a fight with Pacquiao in November. Crawford took control of the 140-pound title unification fight with two knockdowns in the fifth round, and then shut down Postol the rest of the way.


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4 Boxing: After headguards, vests next on Olympic hit list (Reuters)
By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Male boxers will step into the ring without headguards at the Rio Olympics for the first time since the 1980 Moscow Games, and their vests could be next on the hit list. "The removal of vests (from the ring) is a proposal we are looking at," a spokesman for governing body AIBA told Reuters in response to a query. "It has to be approved by the relevant AIBA commission and approved by the executive committee and then we will present this request to the IOC (International Olympic Committee)." Unlike professionals, who fight bare-chested, Olympic boxers have always worn tops -- possibly for reasons of decency in the early days although they also protected against rope burn and absorb sweat.
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5 Crawford-Postol winner could be in line for Pacquiao bout (The Associated Press)
It's a fight few people will see, which says nothing about the talents of Terence Crawford and Viktor Postol. ''When someone like Viktor comes in daily and gives you everything in the gym you cannot help but root for him,'' Roach said.
Friday, 22 July 2016
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6 Muhammad Ali's old training camp sold to John Madden's son (The Associated Press)
The son of NFL Hall of Fame coach John Madden is buying Muhammad Ali's former training camp in Pennsylvania. The camp's longtime owner, martial arts instructor George Dillman, tells The Associated Press he has sold the rustic hilltop camp in Deer Lake to Mike Madden. Ali trained at the camp throughout the 1970s, using it to prepare for his major fights against George Foreman and Joe Frazier.
Thursday, 21 July 2016
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7 Boxer Adrien Broner jailed for not showing up for Ohio trial (The Associated Press)
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Boxer Adrien Broner was sentenced to 30 days in jail for failing to show up for his scheduled trial on assault and robbery charges.
Wednesday, 20 July 2016
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8 Anti-estrogen drug found in Jones' system (The Associated Press)
The Nevada Athletic Commission on Monday suspended UFC interim champion Jon Jones indefinitely and confirmed the presence of banned substances in Jones' system, which led to him being taken off the UFC 200 card earlier this month. Jones had been scheduled to fight Daniel Cormier and earn an eight-figure payday for his troubles. Instead, 72 hours before that July 9 fight in Las Vegas, the "A" sample of his test came back positive for a banned substance.
Monday, 18 July 2016
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9 Wilder retains WBC heavyweight title, stopping Arreola (The Associated Press)

Deontay Wilder throws a left at Chris Arreola during the WBC heavyweight title boxing bout Saturday, July 16, 2016, in Birmingham, Ala. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

Despite fighting mostly one-armed for half the fight, Deontay Wilder remained in control in the ring before quickly heading to the hospital. Wilder retained his WBC heavyweight title with a technical knockout when Chris Arreola's corner stopped the fight after the eighth round Saturday night at Legacy Arena. Arreola's left eye appeared swollen shut.


Sunday, 17 July 2016
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10 Felix Diaz unanimously outpoints Sammy Vasquez (The Associated Press)
Felix Diaz unanimously outpointed Sammy Vasquez on Saturday night in a super lightweight bout. The 10-round fight was initially announced as a majority draw, bringing boos from the Legacy Arena crowd. After a recount, Diaz (18-1) was ruled the winner, and Vasquez applauded him and pointed to Diaz when the final outcome was called out.
Sunday, 17 July 2016

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