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Klitschko KOs Leapai to retain belts

Wladimir Klitschko toyed with Alex Leapai and knocked him out in the fifth round to retain his four heavyweight belts on Saturday.

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Sharif Bogere awaits Richard Abril WBA title fight date

Ugandan ready to step up for belt challenge

There is a lion waiting to roar later this year as undefeated lightweight Sharif Bogere nears the confirmation of a WBA title challenge against interim belt holder Richard Abril.

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Mugula vows to crush Nagy Andras to bring the World title belt to Kampala

Main fight for the WKF World title Champion belt Ronald MUGULA / UGA vs. Andras NAGY / HUN.

Uganda’s sportsmen knows the Hungarian fighter from the fight vs. Moses GOLOLA in December 2011, where Nagy became Champion by points.

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Aussie UFC fighter Kyle Noke backs under fire Jon Jones

AUSTRALIAN UFC fighter Kyle Noke has revealed how an upset Jon Jones phoned him this morning to apologise for effectively causing the first-ever cancellation of a UFC show.

While Jones, the UFC light heavyweight champion, is under fire for refusing to headline the event against a new opponent, Chael Sonnen, on just eight days notice, Noke has thrown his support behind the embattled superstar.

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Retired Great Joe Calzaghe Doubtful Hopkins Will Ever Face Cleverly - Says Nathan Is “Too Dangerous”

Welsh legend Joe Calzaghe has given his doubts about his former rival Bernard Hopkins ever agreeing to face fellow Welshman and current World Boxing Organization (WBO) light-heavyweight champ Nathan Cleverly. Speaking with BBC Radio Wales yesterday, the unbeaten former 168 and 175-pound king said he doesn’t think Hopkins “has any intention of fighting Nathan.”

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Akaho keeps OPBF 115lb belt

WBA #10 unbeaten Ryo Akaho (17-0-2, 11 KOs), 114.75, kept his OPBF super-fly belt as he showed a lackluster performance in earlier rounds but picked up his pace thereafter to batter busy-punching but less powerful compatriot Toyoto Shiraishi (21-6-1, 10 KOs), 115, to halt him at 1:24 of the ninth round on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan.

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Boxing ex-world champion Joe Frazier dies

Former world heavyweight boxing champion Joe Frazier has died after a brief battle with liver cancer, his family said.

Frazier - also known as Smokin' Joe - had been receiving hospice care in Philadelphia after being diagnosed with cancer several weeks ago.

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Bogere to Fight in England

Patrick BogerePatrick Bogere's next fight is now scheduled for the 21st of October at the home of British Boxing The York Hall in London.

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Sharif Bogere, Kizito in Title Fights

Uganda's hotshot Sharif 'The Lion' Bogere resumes his mission of winning a world title in Las Vegas tomorrow morning.

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'I’d love to fight him': Kassim Ouma ready for McEwan on ‘Star Power’ undercard

In April of 2009, the career of Kassim ‘The Dream’ Ouma was an afterthought to many.

Once the proud holder of the IBF junior middleweight championship, the Ugandan had suffered a split-decision loss to Philadelphia's Gabriel Rosado, his fourth defeat in his last five fights at the time. Against Rosado and in his losses prior, Ouma didn’t appear to have the same vigor that once defined his career and few expected him to make his way back to the top.

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Pro boxers 'could compete at 2016 Olympics in Rio'

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has declined to rule out the possibility of professional boxers competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

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Golola Moses Wins World Kick-boxing Africa Title fight at Hotel Africana

Patrons who attended Golola Moses’ World Kick-boxing Africa Title fight at Hotel Africana could not hide their excitement after Golola Moses (31) of Uganda knocked out Abdul Qadir Rahim (26) of Southern Sudan in the second round.

The verbally strong, comical, attention seeker and crowd puller Golola walked the talk as he won a world title fight.

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Choi v Jackson Asiku to be broadcast live on Saturday night 11th June.

Hard Knocks Boxing Promotions are proud to announce that the eagerly-awaited showdown between Choi Tseveenpurev and Jackson Asiku will be broadcast live for fans around the world from London's York Hall on June 18.

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Dereck Chisora to fight Tyson Fury in July

Dereck Chisora will defend his British heavyweight crown against Tyson Fury at Wembley Arena on 23 July.

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