‘Zurdo’ Intent on Looking Good Ahead of WBO Shot

Gilberto Ramirez - Mexico's unbeaten super-middleweight contender, Gilberto Ramirez (32-0, 24ko) takes on Dutch-based Armenian, Gevorg Khatchikian (23-1, 11ko) Friday night in Las Vegas, hoping to move one step closer to his world title ambitions.

Mexico’s unbeaten super-middleweight contender, Gilberto Ramirez (32-0, 24ko) takes on Dutch-based Armenian, Gevorg Khatchikian (23-1, 11ko) Friday night in Las Vegas, hoping to move one step closer to his world title ambitions.

The 24 year old Top Rank star is the mandatory challenger to the WBO super-middleweight title held by Germany’s Arthur Abraham, who defends against Britain’s Martin Murray on Saturday night in Hannover, and says he wanted to stay active as he awaits the opportunity, which will likely come in the first few months of 2016, assuming he is victorious against the tough Khatchikian.

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David Haye Returns Under Shane McGuigan

David Haye - Former world heavyweight champion, David Haye has revealed he is set to return to the ring in 2016 under Carl Frampton trainer Shane McGuigan, son of legendary former Irish world champion, Barry.

Former world heavyweight champion, David Haye has revealed he is set to return to the ring in 2016 under Carl Frampton trainer Shane McGuigan, son of legendary former Irish world champion, Barry.

Haye, who also held WBO/WBA/WBC cruiserweight titles over a 10 year pro career, and hasn’t boxed in over three years since knocking out bitter rival, Dereck Chisora in July 2012, released a short promo video via The LAD Bible, accompanied by the twitter hashtag #HayeMakerIsBack.

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Canelo: ‘I Learn Something with Every Fight’

Cotto vs. Alvarez, Miguel Cotto, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez - Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, the only man who can win the WBC middleweight title on Saturday night thanks to the sanctioning body withdrawing recognition of Miguel Cotto as champion, has shrugged off claims from Cotto trainer Freddie Roach that he is too inexperienced at elite level, saying he has learned something from each of his 47 pro contests.

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, the only man who can win the WBC middleweight title on Saturday night thanks to the sanctioning body withdrawing recognition of Miguel Cotto as champion, has shrugged off claims from Cotto trainer Freddie Roach that he is too inexperienced at elite level, saying he has learned something from each of his 47 pro contests.

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Jean Pascal Hooks Up with Freddie Roach

Jean Pascal - Canadian former world light heavyweight champ, Jean Pascal is to employ the services of esteemed Wild Card trainer, Freddie Roach ahead of his January rematch with dangerous Russian banger, Sergey Kovalev.

Canadian former world light heavyweight champ, Jean Pascal is to employ the services of esteemed Wild Card trainer, Freddie Roach ahead of his January rematch with dangerous Russian banger, Sergey Kovalev.

Pascal was stopped by WBO/WBA/IBF champ, Kovalev, back in March, and has since gone on to win a highly controversial decision over Cuba’s Yunieski Gonzalez back in June, a performance that made the former WBC 175 lb boss consider a change of direction from long-time cornerman, Marc Ramsay, who had guided his pro career since day one.

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DeGale: ‘I Think I’ll Stop Bute in 3’

James DeGale - IBF super middleweight champion, James DeGale (21-1, 14ko) has predicted that he will end veteran Canadian former champion, Lucian Bute (32-2, 25ko) inside 3 rounds when the two square off in Canada at the end of this month.

IBF super middleweight champion, James DeGale (21-1, 14ko) has predicted that he will end veteran Canadian former champion, Lucian Bute (32-2, 25ko) inside 3 rounds when the two square off in Canada at the end of this month.

DeGale will again travel to North America on the 28th, following his title winning effort over Andre Dirrell in Boston back in May, and has told fighthype.com that he is feeling as good as ever and senses a knockout finish against the 35 year old Bute.

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Cotto: ‘This is Just Another Fight for Me’

Miguel Cotto, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez - WBC middleweight champion, Miguel Cotto is refusing to get drawn into the hype surrounding Saturday's Mexico/Puerto Rican mega-clash with enormously popular young challenger, 'Canelo' Alvarez, insisting the HBO PPV clash is 'Just another fight for me.'

WBC middleweight champion, Miguel Cotto is refusing to get drawn into the hype surrounding Saturday’s Mexico/Puerto Rican mega-clash with enormously popular young challenger, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, insisting the HBO PPV clash is ‘Just another fight for me.’

The Puerto Rican future Hall of Fame shoo-in has refused to speculate on a future fight with mandatory challenger and dominant Kazakh champ, Gennady Golovkin, who holds WBA and IBF straps, and whom fans are desperate to see the winner of Saturday’s clash square off against.

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Roach: Standing Firm on Cotto KO Prediction

Miguel Cotto, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez - Miguel Cotto's trainer Freddie Roach, is standing firm on his prediction that the WBC middleweight champion will knock out enormously popular Mexican challenger, 'Canelo' Alvarez on Saturday night in Las Vegas, live on HBO PPV/Boxnation (UK).

Miguel Cotto’s trainer Freddie Roach, is standing firm on his prediction that the WBC middleweight champion will knock out enormously popular Mexican challenger, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez on Saturday night in Las Vegas, live on HBO PPV/Boxnation (UK).

Roach has been very vocal in his pre-fight prediction, as is always the case with the esteemed 7x trainer of the year, and is claiming that a fight plan based on aggressive bodywork will put an end to the younger Mexican, who he has called ‘not that great a fighter’ in the build-up, citing Alvarez’s tendency to fade and gas-out as a driving reason for his ‘mid-rounds’ KO prediction.

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Frampton: ‘Quigg Gets Given Titles / Rigo is the Real WBA Champ

Carl Frampton, Scott Quigg - Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg came head-to-head today in London for the first of the 3 city press tour dates to promote their IBF/WBA 122 lb super bantamweight unification on February 27th, with Frampton continuing to assert that it is he, and not Quigg, who is the genuine world champion.

Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg came head-to-head today in London for the first of the 3 city press tour dates to promote their IBF/WBA 122 lb super bantamweight unification on February 27th, with Frampton continuing to assert that it is he, and not Quigg, who is the genuine world champion.

IBF boss, Frampton, believes Quigg’s team have also taken confidence in the fact that he had a less than auspicious start to his US debut last time out in July, touching down twice early against little known Mexican, Alejandro Gonzalez Jr before going on to win; events he feels brought about the fight.

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Joshua: ‘I’d Love to Fight Fury’

Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury - Rising British heavyweight prospect, Anthony Joshua, claims he remains calm and focused ahead of his Box Office showdown with Dillian Whyte on December 12, at London's O2, though after he dispatches Whyte as he believes he inevitably will, a future showdown with Tyson Fury appeals.

Rising British heavyweight prospect, Anthony Joshua, claims he remains calm and focused ahead of his Box Office showdown with Dillian Whyte on December 12, at London’s O2, though after he dispatches Whyte as he believes he inevitably will, a future showdown with Tyson Fury appeals.

While Joshua’s British and Commonwealth title fight with Whyte is a sought after domestic clash, the card’s PPV price tag has provoked the ire of many fans for it’s failure to include ANY bona fide, GENUINE world title fights, with promoter Eddie Hearn attempting to justify it by claiming the gold medal winning Olympian is already a Box Office fighter after just 14 one-sided blow-outs against limited opposition.

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