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Team Everlast Week In Review: Feb 8th – 12th

There was plenty of Boxing, MMA, and Fitness news this week and Team Everlast has you covered. In this week’s edition of Team Everlast Week in Review we provide a quick look at everything you may have missed!

 

TEAM EVERLAST POSTS:

Monday: Machado Scores KO; Brain vs. Heart;

Tuesday:

Wednesday: 36.5 Million Views In China; UFC 196 Promo; GGG vs. Wade

Thursday: Kettlebell Training; Douglas KOs Tyson; Ben Askren Video

Friday: Kevin Randleman Passes Away; Weekend Preview

 

TOP NEWS FROM THE WEEK:

 

GGG TO FIGHT…… HOPKINS?

In a very interesting article by boxing scene, the 51 year old boxing legend Bernard Hopkins expressed interest in fighting Gennady Golovkin. GGG who is arguably the best boxer on the planet right now, appears to be interested as well. Tom Loeffler who promotes GGG said it’s an interesting fight, but they have to get the mandatory IBF bout out of the way. Stay tuned for more information on this topic, and in the meantime, read more by clicking the link below.

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KHAN CONFIDENT IN BEATING CANELO

The Canelo vs Khan is still a head scratcher, but to Amir Khan it’s a fight he’s going to win. In a recent article by boxing scene, Khan is confident that if he tags Canelo once, it will hurt him. This fight is continuing to build up steam and come May 7th it could give fans a great show. To check out more of Khan’s comments, check the link below.

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McGREGOR VS LAWLER? 

A story that is apparently building up steam from bloody elbow, the outspoken Conor McGregor may have himself a new opponent come UFC 200. With McGregor’s saying “here to take over” being out there for everyone to see, what better way to live up to those words then fighting the welterweight champ himself, Robbie Lawler. McGregor’s coach stated he would absolutely support this fight, and we could see it as soon as UFC 200 in July. Stay tuned for more info!

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FORMER UFC CHAMP DIES AT 44

Sad news broke in the MMA world today as Kevin Randleman has passed away at the young age of 44. Randleman, who was admitted to a hospital for pneumonia, apparently suffered heart failure on Thursday and passed away. The UFC star was viewed as one of the most feared men in the octagon with multiple vicious knockouts throughout his career. Our thoughts and prayers from Team Everlast goes out to the Randleman family.

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