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Michael Zerafa fires back at Team Horn: “Dean Lonergan has lost the plot!”

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Former Commonwealth junior middleweight champion Michael ‘Pretty Boy’ Zerafa 25-3 (14) has hit back at Jeff Horn’s promoter Dean Lonergan after the New Zealander claimed the former WBO welterweight champion would destroy the 26-year-old Melburnian in under six rounds.

Lonergan made the comments in an interview with Sky News when he called out former IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook 38-2 (26) on behalf of Horn 19-1-1 (13).

The 32-year-old Sheffield banger outpointed Zerafa over 12-rounds in his last outing in December but the experienced Australian surprised many by coming on strong in the back half of the fight and even rocking Brook on a number of occasions.

“We think Zerafa is a fighter that Jeff Horn would totally dominate and destroy within five or six rounds, and Kell Brook couldn’t put him away,” Lonergan said.

Unsurprisingly, Zerafa took issue with the outspoken Kiwi’s assessment.

“I asked my manager Brendan Bourke to get me the Horn fight. He told me they weren’t interested and had bigger fights on the horizon,” said Zerafa.

“I was okay with that, but coming out saying Horn would destroy me within five rounds? Lonergan has lost the plot!”

Horn, 30, is coming off a 96-second destruction of compatriot Anthony Mundine 48-9 (28) at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium in November.

According to Team Zerafa, that victory flatters to deceive.

“Horn’s team are underestimating Brook and they’re definitely underestimating Michael,” said Zerafa’s trainer Sam Labruna.

“Lonergan is a good business man and a good promoter but he doesn’t know a right hook from a fish hook! Jeff’s style is perfect for Zerafa and Horn’s coach Glenn Rushton hasn’t taught him anything new since the start.”

Zerafa was equally unimpressed with Horn’s victory over the 43-year-old Sydney veteran and insists he holds no fear of facing ‘The Fighting Schoolteacher’.

“I would happily fight Horn whenever he comes to terms with the fact I’m the best super welterweight in the country,” added Zerafa.

“Jeff and his team know I’d give him fits. I’m not an outdated, old man like Mundine.”

Frank Warren: “There is no 60-40 offer for Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury”

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Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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Veteran British promoter Frank Warren has lashed out at rival Eddie Hearn, labelling the offer from Anthony Joshua’s promoter to Tyson Fury as “ridiculous” and “derisory”.

It comes after Hearn revealed on Monday that he had tabled an offer to Fury’s team for the self-styled ‘Gypsy King’ to face the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion at Wembley Stadium in London on April 13.

Hearn also said that WBO number one contender Dillian Whyte, who is a stablemate of Joshua’s at Matchroom Sport, has also received a proposal, as has Fury’s old foe Deontay Wilder, who holds the WBC heavyweight championship.

Warren dismissed talk of the offer when speaking to Gareth A Davies of talkSPORT.

“I’ve never seen that. That offer’s never been sent to me and I’m his promoter,” said Warren. “He did send something to Tyson, but that was a derisory offer.

“What we’re working on is the fight with Deontay Wilder, but there’s certainly no 60/40 offer to us, that’s rubbish.”

Hearn insisted the offer to Fury was not far away from a 60/40 revenue split with the larger slice of the pie allocated to the unified heavyweight champion.

But Warren is standing firm on his demand for a 50/50 agreement if a fight with the lineal heavyweight champion is to be made.

“There’s certainly no 60/40 offer to us, that’s rubbish,” Warren continued. “Where do they get the 60/40 from?

“Any deal with Tyson Fury is gonna be a 50/50 deal, simple as that.”

Warren drew contrast with deal for then-WBO champion Joseph Parker of New Zealand to face Joshua in a unification bout last year.

“When they did Parker, they settled on 67½/32½. You’re telling me that Tyson Fury’s worth [only] 7½% more than Parker? It’s ridiculous,” he said.

Earlier this week Fury revealed he is considering a homecoming fight in Manchester in April before rematching Wilder in the United States in June.

Amir Khan was never going to face Kell Brook, says Eddie Hearn

Anthony Cocks

Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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Matchroom Boxing head honcho Eddie Hearn claims that Kell Brook 38-2 (26) always thought the proposed grudge match with Amir Khan 33-4 (20) would never take place due to reluctance on the Bolton boxer’s part.

Khan, 32, walked away from negotiations for a Brook fight in the UK in favour of a world title challenge to WBO welterweight champion Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford34-0 (25) that will take place in the United States on April 20 at a venue to be determined.

“I maxed out on offers for Amir,” said Hearn, who promotes both Khan and Brook, to iFL TV.

“Fans are disappointed. I am not over the moon he took the fight but he’s fighting Terence Crawford who on paper is better than Kell Brook.

“I am p***ed off but I am not raging. I could not have done any more for myself and British public.

“Kell always thought it wouldn’t happen but I told him it would and he was right. It’s a bit of bad luck. The Crawford fight just popped up.”

The worst kept secret in boxing was revealed at a press conference in London on Tuesday when it was announced that Crawford would defend his world title against Khan, leaving Brook to negotiate offers from former WBO 147-pound champions Jeff Horn 19-1-1 (13) of Australia and Jessie Vargas 28-2-2 (10) of the United States.

The Sheffield fighter is coming off a lacklustre performance against Australian Michael Zerafa 25-3 (14) in December. Despite winning comfortably on points, the fight was more competitive than expected with many pundits wondering out loud whether Brook, 32, has seen better days.

The eternally optimistic Hearn admitted a Brook-Khan fight would lose some of its shine if the British boxer loses in America but hasn’t written off the fight happening at a later date.

“If Amir wins, then it ain’t dead. If he loses well, it ain’t dead. Whatever happens, unless both have spectacular wins, it’s not big as it is now,” concluded Hearn.

Adrien Broner confident he can knockout Manny Pacquiao to achieve his destiny

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Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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At a media workout at Barry’s Boxing in Las Vegas on Monday, former four-division world titleholder Adrien ‘The Problem’ Broner 33-3-1 (24) maintained he has the power to knockout WBO ‘regular’ welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao 60-7-2 (39) when the two clash at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada this Saturday night.

“Every fighter is different, but I know if I touch him flush, I’ll put him out. It’s no secret, he’s been to sleep before,” Broner said.

“I’m in shape and ready to go. We had a tremendous training camp. I could have made weight weeks ago. We’re prepared to go out and execute. I’ve been here before and even though I haven’t been in a fight of exactly this magnitude, I’m just treating it like any other fight. He’s another opponent.”

The 29-year-old Cincinnati native, who is 11 years younger than the Filipino veteran, insists that age will have nothing to do with the result.

“A lot of people are saying that Pacquiao’s age will be a factor, but I’m not looking at it like that. You see guys like Floyd Mayweather who stay undefeated at an older age. I’m just focused on being me. As long as I do what I have to do, I will be victorious,” he said.

“We’re ready for whatever this fight is going to end up being. It could definitely be a war. I’ve always been an underdog. I came from the trenches and I’m bringing that mentality into the ring.”

Victory for Broner will give his career a much-needed boost after extended periods on the sidelines and run-ins with the law.

“I can take over boxing with a win over Pacquiao. There are a lot of great fighters in this sport, but they just don’t bring what I bring to the table. With a win like this, it would put me right where I was always meant to be,” Broner said.

“I’ve always wanted to fight the big names like this and I knew that I just had to keep working hard and the time would come. Once that bell rings, I’ll make my adjustments and go ahead and get my victory. I don’t have anything I want to go out and prove. It’s just about winning. That will say everything.”

Coach Kevin Cunningham admitted they made some changes in this training camp to accommodate the extraordinary skillset of the surefire first ballot Hall of Famer.

“We added some things this training camp, because we know he’s fighting a legendary fighter. This is one that he has to have and he realizes it. I expect a spectacular performance,” said Cunningham.

“The key to victory is for Adrien to just be himself. He has to do what he does best with no hesitation. He’s going to throw the right punches at the right time.

“Pacquiao still throws combinations but they don’t come in as fast or as sharp as they used to. He can throw as many punches as he wants to throw, but if they’re not landing, it doesn’t mean anything.

“I think Adrien is the quicker fighter. Quickness offsets speed, all day, every day. It’s all about being quick enough to time the guy with your hand speed. It’s different than just throwing a bunch of fast punches.”

Terence Crawford promises not to overlook Amir Khan as fight date is officially announced

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Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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The worst kept secret in boxing was made official on Tuesday when it was announced that WBO welterweight champion Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford 34-0 (25) would defend his belt against former unified 140-pound champion Amir ‘King’ Khan 33-4 (20) in the United States on April 20 at a venue to be determined.

The Top Rank promoted fight will be broadcast on ESPN pay-per-view.

Former lightweight titleholder and undisputed junior welterweight champion Crawford defeated Jeff Horn for the WBO 147-pound title in his welterweight debut in June before defending the crown against Jose Benavidez Jr in October.

The 31-year-old southpaw from Omaha, Nebraska sees Khan as another big scalp to help progress his career.

“It’s always been my goal to fight the best fighters out there and I look at Amir Khan as one of the top fighters in my division,” said Crawford, 31.

“I know some people are writing him off, but I am by no means overlooking him. He’s a former unified world champion and come April 20, I’ll be looking to go out there to seek and destroy. I’m excited about this fight because I believe it can push my career to another level.”

Khan, 32, knocked back a grudge match against domestic rival Kell Brook 38-2 (26) in favour of the Crawford bout, a decision he says he didn’t take lightly.

“The decision as to fighting Kell Brook or Crawford has been one of the most difficult decisions of my career to date,” said Khan.

“Clearly, the UK fans want to see Khan vs. Brook, but I could not turn down the opportunity to fight for the WBO title. That is not to say that the Brook fight won’t happen, as I want that fight to happen as soon as possible.

“Fighting a world champion won’t be easy, but this is exactly the challenge I need at this stage of my career. I am fully motivated and ready for the best training camp of my life. Crawford is beatable, and I want that WBO title. It’s going to be one hell of a fight.”

Matchroom Sport’s boss Eddie Hearn, who promotes both Khan and Brook, said the opportunity to fight for a world championship against one of the best fighters in the world was too good for Khan to pass up.

“There has been a lot of speculation regarding Amir’s next fight but the lure to trying to win another world title was too much to turn down and now he faces arguably the number one welterweight in the world in Terence Crawford,” said Hearn.

“It’s a fight he believes he can win, and on his night, Amir has all the speed and skills to beat the very best. I believe it will be a fascinating and dramatic matchup.”

Top Rank’s Bob Arum praised the matchup as an entertaining and competitive fight between two elite boxers.

“The Crawford-Khan showdown is a very interesting matchup of two elite fighters. Khan, when fighting at welterweight, is as good as there is, but he is fighting the division’s best fighter and a pound-for-pound great,” he said.

“It will be an entertaining and competitive fight.”

Tyson Fury seeks homecoming bout before Deontay Wilder rematch in the summer

Anthony Cocks

Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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Lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury 27-0-1 (19) wants to have a homecoming fight in Manchester in April before rematching WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder 40-0-1 (39) later in the year.

In the wake of Fury’s controversial draw with Wilder in December the WBC ordered an immediate rematch between the pair.

But while negotiations for a rematch in Las Vegas in the summer continue, Fury has revealed plans to squeeze in a fight on home soil before locking horns with the 33-year-old ‘Bronze Bomber’ again.

“Hopefully I get a fight with Deontay Wilder in America or England; I’m not bothered where it is,” Fury told BT Sport. “If it’s in Australia or Antarctica it wouldn’t be a problem to me; wherever the fight is, we’ll go.

“But I’d like a homecoming fight in April, maybe in Manchester or elsewhere in the UK, and then I’d like to fight Wilder again. But if not the homecoming fight then just Wilder, but if not Wilder then just the homecoming fight.

“Whether it happens or not it’s down to them. If they want the fight, they want it; if they don’t, no problem to me.

“They need to redeem themselves, not me. I’ve done everything I should have done. I don’t need to redeem myself or a second chance at glory.

“I’m the lineal heavyweight champion of the world, I don’t need an alphabet title.

“Hopefully there are plenty of exciting nights left in me. I’m still young at 30. I just hope everyone does the right thing and fights each other because if they don’t it’s pretty pointless being involved in the heavyweight division.

“Why don’t we just retire if we’re going to fight nobodies?”

Meanwhile Fury’s promoter Frank Warren has hit back at claims from Eddie Hearn, who promotes unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua 22-0 (21), that there have been discussions about matching AJ with the ‘Gypsy King’ at London’s Wembley Stadium on April 13.

“We’re certainly not having any conversations with Anthony Joshua because no one ever contacts us,” said the Queensberry Promotions boss.

“All we do is read things, Hearn saying he’s been talking to him and tweeting him. As it stands now we’ve had zero with regards to any communication. Nothing at all.”

Caleb Plant survive late rally from Jose Uzcategui after knocking him down twice to annex IBF super middleweight title

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Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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An emotional Caleb ‘Sweethands’ Plant 18-0 (6) broke down in tears after his exciting 12-round world title winning effort against now former IBF super middleweight titleholder Jose ‘Bolivita’ Uzcategui 28-3 (23) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California on Sunday night.

The 26-year-old from Ashland City just outside Nashville, Tennessee dedicated his victory to his daughter Alia who was born with a brain condition that tragically claimed her life four years ago at just 19 months old.

“I’ve worked my whole entire life for this, 17 years straight,” said Plant, blinking back tears. “I buried my daughter in the process of trying to get this belt. I promised her that I’d become a world champion and that I’d bring her this title and that’s exactly what I’m gonna go back to Tennessee and do. And the new!”

Plant got off to a flyer, dropping the reigning titleholder twice in the opening four rounds to bank an early lead on the official scorecards. Uzcategui reset in the middle rounds and finished the stronger of the two, desperately chasing the knockout in the championship rounds.

But the fight-ending punch simply wouldn’t come hard-charging Uzcategui with Plant awarded the victory by scores of 116-110, 116-110 and 115-111.

“I knew I caught him clean during those knockdowns, but I knew he wasn’t all the way out so I took my time. I stayed relaxed, I stuck to the game plan and got it done just like I said I would,” Plant said, who was cut over his right eye from an accidental head-clash in the fourth frame.

The 28-year-old Tijuana-based Venezuelan insisted he was never hurt and is calling for a rematch.

“I went down because I was off balance, but I wasn’t hurt,” said Uzcategui, who reportedly earned $280,000 to Plant’s $150,000. “He started to get tired around the sixth round, which was the plan.

“Caleb knew how to clinch and hold. He was smart. He knew how to stay away from the punches. I expected more movement and more boxing out of him. I would love the rematch. I think everyone saw a great fight tonight.”

Plant, who fights out of Henderson, Nevada, said he has no other future plans other than soaking up the feeling of being champion.

“This is overwhelming. I am a kid who came from nothing. I believed in myself and now I’ve been crowned king,” he said.

“Right now I am not thinking ahead. I just want to embrace this moment and soak it in.”

Adrien Broner is too old to keep up with Manny Pacquiao, says Freddie Roach

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Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach believes that Adrien Broner 33-3-1 (24) will struggle to keep up with the pace of his charge Manny Pacquiao 60-7-2 (39) when the duo meet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada this Saturday night.

This is despite the 29-year-old Cincinnati native maintaining an 11-year age advantage over the Filipino veteran, who turned 40 last month.

The difference, says Roach, is due to Broner’s behaviours away from the gym.

“Even at 29, Broner is too old to keep blowing up in weight between fights. It’s taken a toll on his body and his psychology,” Roach said to Fightnews. “He should be fighting at 135 or 140 pounds, but he lacks discipline. It’s obvious to me he has no confidence in his conditioning.”

Coach Roach isn’t expecting Broner to come out firing despite his big talk ahead of the fight.

“There is no way he is going to go for it against Manny because he’s afraid he’ll run out of gas too early in the fight,” added Roach. “Broner may fight to survive and try to lay traps for Manny to come in so he can counterpunch Manny, but we’re prepared for that.”

Pacquiao’s superb conditioning will be the difference in the fight according to the Wild Card Boxing Club’s head coach.

“Manny still plays basketball for up to four hours at a time. There is no way Broner will be able to keep up with Manny’s conditioning and stamina,” continued Roach.

“Throughout training camp Manny has said he wants the knockout. I love hearing him say that. He’s never said that before. Manny is going to shoot the works on Saturday night. Look for a vintage performance. A heroic performance.”

The bout will mark the first time Pacquiao has fought in the United States in more than two years after knocking out Argentinean banger Lucas Matthysse in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last year and dropping a close decision to big Brisbane welterweight Jeff Horn in Australia in 2017.

Jeff Horn chasing Kell Brook fight in Sheffield in May

Anthony Cocks

Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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Jeff Horn 19-1-1 (13) is prepared to travel to England to face Kell Brook 38-2 (26).

The 30-year-old Australian’s promoter Dean Lonergan revealed that an offer has been made to the former IBF welterweight champion via his promoter Matchroom Boxing with a working date of May in Sheffield.

“I’ve got a text into Eddie at the moment, my matchmaker has an email and a phone call into Eddie, we love this fight, to have Jeff Horn fight Kell Brook,” Lonergan said to Sky Sports.

“If you were going to do it, you would definitely go to England, because the boxing market up there is on fire, and Kell Brook in Sheffield, which is where he comes from, you’re definitely going to be filling a stadium wherever you go.”

The news comes the same week as Brook’s domestic rival Amir Khan 33-4 (20) is set to officially announce his fight against WBO welterweight champion Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford 34-0 (25). The 31-year-old American won the title with a ninth round stoppage of Horn last year.

“I think that’s a really smart move,” said Lonergan. “Khan is a known quantity in America, which is why he’s getting that big payday and Khan versus Crawford will bring an enormous amount of media in the English market.

“[Crawford promoter] Bob (Arum) is trying to build up Crawford into a global superstar. Taking on Khan is a really, really good move.

“For Khan, the Kell Brook-Amir Khan fight will always be there but it would lack the same lustre if Khan was to lose heavily to Crawford. Crawford can really bang. Not only can Crawford bang, he’s a superb mover.”

Brook, 32, is coming off a 12-round points decision win over Australian Michael Zerafa 25-3 (14) in December in what was widely regarded as a subpar effort.

“We think Zerafa is a fighter that Jeff Horn would totally dominate and destroy within five or six rounds, and Kell Brook couldn’t put him away,” Lonergan said.

“I saw a comment coming from Brook himself, saying a lot of people after seeing my performance against Michael Zerafa will come out of the woodwork.

“Well, we would have been there anyway, but we just look at that and go – it will be a good fight for Jeff.”

Kelly Pavlik reveals comeback plans at cruiserweight

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Australian-based boxing journalist Anthony Cocks has been covering the sport for over 15 years for various print and online publications. He refuses to believe that Roberto Duran ever lost to Tommy Hearns and says that Jeff Fenech would destroy Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali on the same night.

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Former unified middleweight champion Kelly ‘The Ghost’ Pavlik 40-2 (34) has revealed his plans to return to the ring after more than six years on the sidelines.

The 36-year-old fighting pride of Youngtown, Ohio held the WBC, WBO and Ring magazine world championships for more than two-and-a-half years after defeating a streaking Jermain Taylor for the belts by TKO7 in 2007.

Pavlik was trailing on the cards at the time of the stoppage but proved the win was no fluke when he outpointed Taylor over 12-rounds in their immediate rematch at 164-pounds the following year. At the time Taylor was universally considered the best 160-pounder in the world after twice upsetting Bernard Hopkins in 2005 and securing a draw against the tricky Winky Wright the following year.

Speaking on the popular Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Pavlik revealed he considered a comeback last year to face then-middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin before nixing the idea.

But now, after some time in the gym, Pavlik says a return is a very real possibility.

“I’m really thinking about it,” said Pavlik, who hung up the gloves after outpointing Will Rosinsky over 10-rounds in July 2012.

“I’m working out, losing the weight. But at the same time, there’s a lot of process behind that too; I would have to sit down with the family.

“Cruiserweight is the nice area right now. Anybody but [undisputed cruiserweight world champion Oleksandr] Usyk. I’m not fighting that monster.”

Pavlik made three successful defences of his world titles before losing the championship to sublimely skilled Argentinean southpaw Sergio ‘Maravilla’ Martinez 51-3-2 (28) after 12 competitive rounds in April 2010.

After the Martinez loss Pavlik appeared to lose his way, fighting four more times against average opposition at super middleweight but he never again captured the rare form that saw him win the middleweight world championship.

The only other loss on Pavlik’s ledger came against legendary former undisputed middleweight champion Hopkins 55-8-2 (32), who won a 12-round points decision in their 170-pound catchweight bout in Atlantic City in 2008.

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