Selby vows to shine in Vegas

Lee Selby says that he needs to shine on his Las Vegas debut if he wants to set up a blockbuster clash with the winner of the rematch between Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz. The Welsh featherweight will defend his IBF world title against Jonathan Victor Barros at the MGM Grand this Sunday morning,

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DeGale: Jack was scared of me

James DeGale believes Badou Jack only agreed to the unification fight after watching his last “rubbish” performance. The super-middleweight rivals boxed on the same card in Washington, in April, with the British star taken the distance by mandatory challenger Rogelio ‘Porky’ Medina. Jack, who held on to his title against Lucien Bute on the same

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DeGale: Jack was running scared

James DeGale believes Badou Jack only agreed to the unification fight after watching his last “rubbish” performance. The super-middleweight rivals boxed on the same card in Washington, in April, with the British star taken the distance by mandatory challenger Rogelio ‘Porky’ Medina. Jack, who held on to his title against Lucien Bute on the same

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Cotto calls for Canelo rematch

Miguel Cotto would like his farewell fight to be a rematch with Saul Alvarez. The Puerto Rican future Hall of Famer will retire at the end of the year, but he and trainer Freddie Roach both believe they can avenge the loss to ‘Canelo’. Cotto (40-5-KO33) is taking on James Kirkland in Frisco, Texas, on February 25, returning

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Porter: Brook will KO Khan

Shawn Porter has backed his former conqueror Kell Brook to prevail in a potential clash against Amir Khan, who has a “questionable chin” according to the American. Brook became IBF welterweight champion two-and-a-half years ago by ending Porter’s unbeaten record in California, and now promoter Eddie Hearn has confirmed “positive” talks to pair him against

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