After narrowly avoiding a loss in their first fight and suffering a sound beating the second time round, Wilder believes he has got Fury beaten in their trilogy fight. This claim however, comes not from Wilder’s camp, but Fury’s. Without giving any details about how, probably because he wasn’t given the details himself, Frank Warren said, “He feels that he can. I know speaking to Shelly Finkel, his manager, he’s very, very confident. He believes he’s got the beating of Tyson. That remains to be seen.”
https://nosmokeboxing.com Mike Tyson has been in the headlines non-stop for most of 2020, with his comeback, fledgling marijuana business, and talks of a film about the life of the youngest Heavyweight champion in history.
https://nosmokeboxing.com We tend to think the most interesting part about a championship-boxer training his son, is seeing the new direction the youngster goes with the same knowledge and similar genetic ability. While the 5’4″ Prince Naseem fought mostly at Featherweight his son Aadam, who looks to be a lean 5’10”, might start his career as a Super-Lightweight before possibly packing on some pounds. How would a boxer trained by Prince Naseem fare in the current Super-Lightweight division against the best Brits like Lewis Ritson, Jack Catterall, and Josh Taylor? Let’s hope we get to find out.