All of the boxing tales from Tuesday, June 11
Here’s a round-up of the most effective of at the moment’s boxing information…
Heavyweight rumoured to have KOd Anthony Joshua in sparring has subsequent battle introduced
Joey Dawejko might be again in motion towards the formidable Murat Gassiev on July 27 in Arlington, Texas.
The 29-year-old has been a significant speaking level in boxing over the previous week, because it was rumoured he knocked Anthony Joshua out in sparring earlier than the Brit’s upset defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr.
One of the distinguished whispers steered that 19-7-Four heavyweight Dawejko KOd the champion whereas sparring in preparation for the bout – although the Brit’s promoter Eddie Hearn has denied any such prevalence.
‘I’ll knock your cousin out’ – Daniel Dubois hits again at Tyson Fury
Daniel Dubois has despatched an ominous message to Tyson Fury forward of his battle towards Fury’s cousin Nathan Gorman on July 13.
Having heard the ‘Gypsy King’ declare that he doesn’t charge him and expects Gorman to ‘kick his ass’, the younger heavyweight took to social media to problem a response.
The 21-year-old posted: “Lot of respect for you Tyson Fury, however you’re improper.
“I’ll knock your cousin out on July 13.”
Ben Davison responds to Dillian Whyte’s feedback made in talkSPORT column
Ben Davison has responded to Dillian Whyte after the heavyweight ripped into him in a current talkSPORT column.
Whyte devoted a bit of his piece to criticise Tyson Fury’s coach, after he mentioned he felt the ‘Physique Snatcher’ wouldn’t be the hardest model match-up for Fury.
Davison gave his response iFL TV: “So we had, ’Ben’s not improved Tyson’ – we had that. I didn’t decide up a Tyson Fury that was match, in form, able to field.
“We went from Monaco [350lbs, November 2017] to what he did in LA [against Deontay Wilder, December 2018].
“So there’s no substance behind that. Everyone is aware of the place Tyson’s come from, what he’s achieved.”
Andy Ruiz Jr honoured for beating Anthony Joshua with novelty ‘Snickers’ belt
Andy Ruiz Jr has added one other belt to his quickly rising assortment – however this one concerned significantly much less work.
The Mexican-American stunned the boxing world when he climbed off the canvas to beat Anthony Joshua in New York and turn into heavyweight champion earlier this month.
Alongside along with his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles, Ruiz Jr can now embrace the ‘Snickers’ heavyweight belt to his honours.
He posted an image on Instagram whereas holding the novelty belt, which is emblazoned with a crown, a diamond lined ‘Snickers’ emblem and his identify.