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Team Everlast Week In Review: Jan. 18th to 22nd

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: Wilder & Haye Flatten Opponents

Tuesday: Brain vs. Heart: Top 5 Moments of UFC Fight Night 81; Squats, Deadlifts, Oh My!

Wednesday: Fighter Abs

Thursday: Pacquiao vs. Bradley Press Conference

Friday: “Sunshine Showdown” Anniversary; Weekend Preview

 

TOP NEWS FROM THE WEEK:

 

WILDER-POVETKIN NEGOTIATIONS 

After that BRUTAL knockout of Artur Szpilka, Deontay Wilder has his eyes set on Tyson Fury. However, a fight with Povetkin may come first. In a recent article from Boxing Scene, the Wilder-Povetkin negotiations seem to be going well. Do you think a Wilder and Povetkin match-up happens before the WBC Champ gets a shot at Fury? Let us know your thoughts below!

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FURY PROFILED ON HBO

The “Gypsy King” as he goes by will be featured on HBO’s Real Sports With Gumble on January 26th. The outspoken Heavyweight champion will provide a must watch interview to see his thoughts on the Heavyweight division, and the potential Klitschko rematch. To view more on this, click the link below!

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MCGREGOR FURIOUS OVER UFC MARKETING

Everyone knows Conor McGregor is not shy in front of the camera. Once again, he proved that during the first press conference of the Dos Anjos vs McGregor fight. McGregor, seen in the back of Dos Anjos is mad that his belt isn’t featured in the picture and why he isn’t front and center. McGregor went on to trash the marketing department of UFC and Dana White had the opportunity to respond. To see his response, and more of McGregor’s comments, click the link below.

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CONTROVERSIAL DECISION

Many people are starting to talk about the decision that was made in the Dominick Cruz and TJ Dillashaw fight. Dillashaw, who is absolutely positive he won that fight, may not be alone. Bloody Elbow examines that fight, and how Dillashaw may actually be right. Unfortunately, it won’t ever be overturned, however, a rematch could happen. To see why Dillashaw should have won the fight, click on the link below!

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