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Team Everlast Week In Review: February 1st-5th

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: Benson To Bellator; Showdown In Shanghai; Brain Vs Heart

Tuesday: Canelo vs Khan; Benson To Get Title Shot; The Neutral Corner; Key Year For Machado; New Trainer For Campbell

Wednesday:

Thursday: Happy Birthday Oscar De La Hoya; Brain Vs Heart; Art Of Boxing;

Friday: LaMotta vs Robinson 2; Weekend Preview

 

TOP NEWS FROM THE WEEK:

 

CANELO VS KHAN ANNOUNCED 

Canelo Alvarez vs Amir Khan was announced on Tuesday 2/2 and shocked many boxing fans around the world. The welterweight Khan appears to be making the jump to middleweight to go after Canelo’s belt. There is a lot of controversy around this fight in terms of weight on fight night, and if it was a smart move by Khan to make. However, it is definitely a huge story for the media and it will attract many fans to watch. To check out the full article of the announcement, click the link below.

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THE UNNECESSARY BUILDUP 

The fight that every boxing fan wants is Canelo vs Golovkin. However, both fighters have to defend their titles before a clash between two superstars can happen. With the announcement of Canelo vs Khan this week, expect an announcement coming soon on GGG’s next opponent who appears to be Dominic Wade. To read more about the unnecessary buildup for the Canelo-Golovkin showdown, click on the link below.

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DANA WHITE BLAMES HIMSELF FOR NORTHCUTT’S LOSS

With the loss of Sage Northcutt, UFC’s president Dana White now blames himself for his loss. Northcutt who apparently had to go to an emergency clinic two days before his fight now said it didn’t help that he had strep throat which led to his tap out. White stated he shouldn’t have let him go out there and fight knowing he wasn’t well. With all this information regarding Northcutt’s health, I know one guy who isn’t going to like this info: Bryan Barberena. To view more on this topic, click the link below.

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BJ PENN’S RETURN

BJ Penn is coming out of retirement for another go in the octagon. The 37 year old Penn could potentially be facing Dennis Siver in a feathweight fight at UFC 196 in March. Although no opponent has formally been announced, one thing is for sure, and that is Penn will be back in the octagon. To read more, check out the article below.

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