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Team Everlast Week In Review: July 4th – 8th

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!

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TEAM EVERLAST POSTS:

Monday: Happy 4th Of July!

Tuesday: Fitness With A Buddy

Wednesday: Brain vs. Heart: UFC Fight Night 90; Jon Jones Signs With Everlast; Jon Jones Profile; Protect Yourself At All Times, Ep 1

Thursday:

Friday: Cormier vs. Silva; Brain vs. Heart: UFC 200; Weekend Preview; GGG vs Brook

 

TOP NEWS FROM THE WEEK:

 

EUBANKS MADE THE GGG DEAL IMPOSSIBLE

For the longest time, every boxing fan and reporter believed the Chris Eubanks Jr vs Gennady Golovkin fight was days away from happening. Why, you ask? Well, Chris Eubanks Jr himself said it was a done deal. However, that changed today when the announcement of GGG vs undefeated British boxer Kell Brook broke. This fight, set for September 10th will happen in London and should create an exciting night of boxing. To see more on why Eubanks camp made this deal impossible, check out the article below.

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FURY VS KLITSCHKO II ON FOR OCTOBER 29th

This fight has definitely lost a lot of steam after Tyson Fury pulled himself from the fight due to an ankle injury. The images of his ankle, which did not look pretty, surfaced on the internet to show he was not lying. As for the fight, we finally have a new date. For all the details, check out the link below.

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ALDO VS EDGAR TOE-TO-TOE PREVIEW

A great fight happening Saturday night is Jose Aldo vs Frankie Edgar. These two will fight for the interim title this weekend, and boxingscene.com has the entire preview. To see the in-depth preview, check out the link below.

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SILVA HASN’T TRAINED IN MONTHS

In a last minute replacement for Jon Jones, Anderson Silva has stepped up. The UFC legend wants to test his MMA skills after not training for months in a tough fight with Daniel Cormier. The 41-year old is coming off gall bladder surgery and hasn’t won a fight in 45 months, however, that isn’t shying him away from a tough Daniel Cormier. To view this entire article, click the link below.

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