Imagining the Professional WSB

By Cain Bradley on October 3, 2016
Imagining the Professional WSB
The World Series of Boxing (WSB) has played a role in transforming Olympic style boxing.

The draft is introduced to help the weaker nations and has two rounds where any boxer who does not represent a country competing can be picked…

The World Series of Boxing (WSB) has played a role in transforming Olympic style boxing. The competition for 16 nations sees boxers box it out with a team becoming an overall champion at the end of the year. This will be the same competition but for professional boxers. It will still feature national teams with a few boxers who are not already on teams available to be drafted. Teams will split into four groups and have five bouts on the nights. Weights will be either decided by a draw or if both teams have priority boxers at the same weight.

The 16 teams and five marquee boxers of each team will be:
Argentina Condors (Jesus Cuellar, Lucas Matthysse, Omar Navarez, Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo, Victor Emilio Ramirez)
Astana Arlans (Gennady Golovkin, Beibut Shumenov, Zhanat Zhakiyanov, Kanat Islam, Bakhitiyar Eyubov)
Bangkok Bruisers (Wisaksil Wangek, Wangheng Menayothin, Amnat Ruenroeng, Pungluang Sor Singyu, Tewa Kiram)
British Lionhearts (Tyson Fury, Kell Brook, Terry Flanagan, Carl Frampton, James DeGale)
Domadores de Cuba (Erislandy Lara, Rances Barthélemy, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Luis Ortiz, Yuriorkis Gamboa)
Filipino Flashes (Manny Pacquaio, Nonito Donaire, Marlon Tapales, Donnie Nietes, John Riel Casemiro)
Mexico Guerreros (Saul Alvarez, Leo Santa Cruz, Gilberto Ramirez, Juan Francisco Estrada, Francisco Vargas)
Munich Marauders (Juergen Braehmer, Marco Huck, Felix Sturm, Erkan Teper, Jack Culcay)
Nicaraguan Nightmares (Roman Gonzalez, Byron Rojas, Roberto Arriaza, Walter Castillo, Eusebio Osejo)
Puerto Rico Hurricanes (Miguel Cotto, Jose Pedraza, Thomas Dulorme, Felix Verdejo, McJoe Arroyo)
Russian Boxing Team (Sergey Kovalev, Eduard Troyanovsky, Alexander Povetkin, Denis Levedev, David Avanesyan)
Tokyo Terrors (Shinsuke Yamanaka, Kazuta Ioka, Naoya Inoue, Takashi Uchiyama, Hozumi Hazegawa)
Toronto Tornadoes (Adonis Stevenson, David Lemieux, Kevin Bizier, Dierry Jean, Denton Daley)
Ukraine Ottomans (Wladimir Klitschko, Viktor Postol, Oleksamdr Usyk, Vasyl Lomachenko, Sergiy Derevyanchenko)
USA Knockouts (Terrence Crawford, Andre Ward, Deontay Wilder, Danny Garcia, Demetrius Andrade)
Warsaw Warriors (Krzystof Glowacki, Maciej Sulecki, Andrzej Fonfara, Artur Szpilika, Michal Syrpwatka)

The draft is introduced to help the weaker nations and has two rounds where any boxer who does not represent a country competing can be picked.

Round 1:
Nicaragua Nightmares pick Nicholas Walters
Astana Arlans pick Jorge Linares
Argentina Condors pick Badou Jack
Warsaw Warriors pick Dejan Zlatcanin
Toronto Tornadoes pick Simpiwe Vetyeka
Munich Marauders pick Jezreel Corrales
Bangkok Bruisers pick Andy Lee
Filipino Flashes pick Eleider Alvarez
Russian Boxing Team pick Juan Carlos Payano
Tokyo Terrors pick Kubrat Pulev
Puerto Rico Hurricanes pick Anselmo Moreno
Mexico Guerreros pick Jonathan Guzman
Domodores De Cuba pick Mairis Briedis
Ukraine Ottomans pick Luis Concepcion
British Lionhearts pick Hekkie Budler
USA knockouts pick Norberto Jiminez

Round 2:
Nicaragua Nightmares pick Joseph Parker
Astana Arlans pick Zolani Tate
Argentina Condors pick Ismael Barroso
Warsaw Warriors pick Javier Fortuna
Toronto Tornadoes pick Michel Soro
Munich Marauders pick Jose Antonio Jiminez
Bangkok Bruisers pick Ovil McKenzie
Filipino Flashes pick Tureano Johnson
Russian Boxing Team pick Bongani Mahlangu
Tokyo Terrors pick Felix Diaz
Puerto Rico Hurricanes pick Isaac Chilemba
Mexico Guerreros pick Carlos Takam
Domodores De Cuba pick Moruti Mthalane
Ukraine Ottomans pick Liborio Solis
British Lionhearts pick Azael Villar
USA knockouts pick Ilunga Makabu

Group A:
Warsaw Warriors
British Lionhearts
Argentina Condors
Toronto Tornadoes

Group B:
Munich Marauders
Bangkok Bruisers
Russian Boxing Team
USA Knockouts

Group C:
Astana Arlans
Puerto Rico Hurricanes
Domodores de Cuba
Nicaragua Nightmares

Group D:
Filipino Flashes
Ukraine Ottomans
Mexico Guerreros
Tokyo Terrors

Group A:
Warsaw Warriors v British Lionhearts
Artur Szpilka v Tyson Fury
Kamil Laszczyk v Lee Selby
Michal Syrowatka v Ricky Burns
Kamil Jaworek v Gavin McDonnell
Damian Wrzesinski v Luke Campbell
0-5

Britain make the perfect start to the tournament. The draw allows them to rest some of their superstars as they face some weaker Polish opposition. None of them are particularly trouble while Fury dominates Szpilka in the most notable contest.

Argentina Condors v Toronto Tornadoes
Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo v Kevin Bizier
Victor Emilio Ramirez v Denton Daley
Lucas Matthysse v Steve Claggett
Javier Nicholas Chacon v Parnell Fisher
Jorge Sebastian Heiland v David Lemieux
3-2

The two marquee bouts see each team take a victory each. Lemieux and Matthysse are both heavily fancied and deliver with stoppages. It all comes down to the super bantamweight fight where Chacon overwhelms the inexperienced Canadian.

Warsaw Warriors v Argentina Condors
Kryzstof Glowacki v Victor Emilio Ramirez
Michal Syrpwatka v Lucas Matthysse
Maciej Sulecki v Jorge Sebastien Heiland
Rafal Jackiewicz v Hector Saldivia
Kamil Jaworek v Javier Nicholas Chacon
2-3

Three really close bouts and a couple more one sided. Chacon dominates Jaworek while Matthysse is too good for almost anyone at that weight. Glowacki and Sulecki get good stoppage wins but in the decider Salidiva has more left in the tank.
Heiland is injured and misses the rest of the tournament

British Lionhearts v Toronto Tornadoes
Kell Brook v Kevin Bizier
Terry Flanagan v Dierry Jean
Anthony Joshua v Dillan Carman
Billy Joe Saunders v David Lemiuex
Stephen Smith v Javier Fortuna
4-1

Britain take a quick 3-0 lead as the big guns come out to play. The most highly anticipated bout of the night sees Billy Joe edge a decision over Lemieux. Fortuna gets a win over Smith to improve respectability

Argentina Condors v British Lionhearts
Jesus Cuellar v Carl Frampton
Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo v Kell Brook
Omar Navarez v Jamie McDonnell
Hector Saldivia v Liam Smith
Lucas Matthysse v Ricky Burns
1-4

Another matchup where the bouts are interesting but the British boxers tend to have bit too much for their opposition except for Matthyse who stops Burns.

Toronto Tornadoes v Warsaw Warriors
David Lemieux v Maciej Sulecki
Denton Daley v Krzystof Glowacki
Adonis Stevenson v Andrzej Fonfara
Steve Claggett v Michal Syrowatka
Kevin Bizier v Rafal Jackiewicz
3-2

A lot of the marquee fighters take part here creating some interesting bouts. Lemieux, Glowacki and Syrowatka all should take pretty convincing wins. The bout of the day is Stevenson v Fonfara which Stevenson wins by decision and Bizier clinched the win also by decision.
Maciej Sulejcki is injured and misses the rest of the tournament.

British Lionhearts 13-2
Argentina Condors 7-8
Toronto Tornadoes 6-9
Warsaw Warriors 5-10

Group B:
Bangkok Bruisers v Munich Marauders
Yutthana Wongda v Arthur Abraham
Pungluang Sor Singyu v Manu Venetis
Amnat Ruenroeng v Mirco Martin
Sayan Sirimongkhon v Felix Lamm
Sirimongkol Eaimthuam v Jack Culcay
2-3

Which such divergent weights for the marquee boxers it was always going to be mainly dependant on the draw. Heading into the final bout it was 2-2 after dominant wins for Abraham, Singyu, Ruenroeng and Lamm. Culcay eases his way to a decision in the final against a man beating a debutant last time out.
Yutthana Wongda gets injured and misses the rest of the tournament.

USA Knockouts v Russian Boxing Team
Andre Ward v Sergey Kovalev
Terence Crawford v Eduard Troyanovsky
Deontay Wilder v Alexander Povetkin
Danny Garcia v David Avanesyan
Ilunga Makabu v Denis Lebedev
3-2

Crawford is just too skilled for Troyanovsky while Garcia have a similar gulf to Avanesyan. Lebedev gets tagged by Makabu but comes through the danger to later stop the draftee. Povetkin v Wilder and Ward v Kovalev deserve far more lines that they can get here. Povetkin boxes a masterclass to beat Wilder while Ward spoils his way to a win over Kovalev.

Bangkok Bruisers v USA Knockouts
Tewa Kiram v Errol Spence
Andy Lee v Danny Jacobs
Ovil McKenzie v Ilunga Makabu
Sumate Poomglao v Deontay Wilder
Pipat Chaiporn v Daniel Roman
1-4

The Bangkok Bruisers are dependent on the draw and it went against them again. Their two overseas boxers are involved in the best bouts. McKenzie gets the win over Makabu in a great bout while Jacobs edged in Lee with a late stoppage.

Munich Marauders v Russian Boxing Team
Juergen Brahmer v Sergey Kovalev
Marco Huck v Denis Lebedev
Erkan Teper v Alexander Povetkin
Mirco Martin v Rustam Shamsidinov
Rico Mueller v Konstantin Ponomarev
1-4

Some brilliant fights here. Kovalev and Povetkin are comfortable winners for Russia. Lebedev took Huck to a split decision before and this time he edged a win. Martin gets one back for Germany before Ponomarev seals the Russian victory.

Russian Boxing Team v Bangkok Bruisers
David Avanesyan v Tewa Kiram
Vyacheslav Gusev v Terdsak Kokietgym
Bongani Mahlungu v Pipat Chaiporn
Arif Magomedov v Andy Lee
Eduard Troyanovsky v Sayan Sirimongkhon
3-2

A back and forth contest goes to Russia in the final bout as Eduard Troyanovsky gets a bout to shine. Kokietgym beats Gusev in one of the better bouts.
Sayan Sirimongkhon gets injured and misses the rest of the tournament

Munich Marauders v USA Knockouts
Juergen Braehmer v Andre Ward
Erkan Teper v Deontay Wilder
Jack Culcay v Demetrious Andrade
Nuhu Lawal v Peter Quillin
Rico Mueller v Timothy Bradley
0-5

USA get off to a quick start with Andre Ward boxing beautifully. The momentum just keeps the American team on top and at no point do Germany look like making their way back into the contest

USA Knockouts 12-3
Russia Boxing Team 9-6
Bangkok Bruisers 5-10
Munich Marauders 4-11

Group C:
Astana Arlans v Puerto Rico Hurricanes
Gennady Golovkin v Miguel Cotto
Sagidolla Mukhametkali v Emil Gonzalez
Ali Akhmedov v Isaac Chilemba
Talgat Dosanov v Victor Bisbal
Mirxhan Zhaksylykov v Jose Pedraza
1-4

The Kazakh star Golovkin gets a big win to start the team off but the rest of the way they are beaten by the Hurricanes. Bisbal and Gonzalez get wins in the closer fights.

Nicaragua Nightmares v Domodores de Cuba
Eusebio Osejo v Hairon Socarras
Nicholas Walters v Luis Franco
Santos Benavides v Erislandy Lara
Roberto Arriaza v Yordenis Ugas
Joseph Parker v Luis Ortiz
3-2

Nicaragua get into an early 2-0 lead with two strong results. Lara is brilliant and pulls one back heading into two great bouts. Arriaza edges Ugas with his potential explosiveness while Ortiz is too polished for Parker at the moment.

Astana Arlans v Nicaragua Nightmares
Bakhtiyar Eyubov v Roberto Arriaza
Beibut Shumenov v Mercio Figueroa
Bekzhan Askanbay v Eusebio Osejo
Mirzhan Zhaksylykov v Nicholas Walters
Jorge Linares v Oliver Flores
3-2

The first fight turns out to be key. Linares, Shumenov and Walters destroy overmatched opponents while Osejo also has a comfortable victory. Ebuyov has looked very good and has the best win of the two which edges me to him.

Puerto Rico Hurricanes v Domodores de Cuba
Miguel Cotto v Erislandy Lara
Felix Verdejo v Rances Barthélemy
Jose Pedraza v Yuriorkis Gamboa
Thomas Dulorme v Yordan Frometa
Anselmo Moreno v Jorge de Jesus Romero
2-3

Lara out boxes Cotto to take an early lead. Barthélemy avoids the big shots of Verdejo and takes a decision win. Pedraza cannot match the speed and savvy of Gamboa. Dulorme finally gets one back for Puerto Rico before Moreno takes the win.

Domodores De Cuba v Astana Arlans
Yordenis Ugas v Bakhityar Ebuyov
Jorge De Jesus Romero v Zhanat Zhakiyanov
Leider Pena v Sagidolla Mukhametkali
Rances Barthélemy v Jorge Linares
Luis Ortiz v Talgat Dosanov
3-2

Kazakhstan take an early 2-0 lead as their young stars shine. Pena gets a strong victory in the third bout. Barthélemy may be the best lightweight in the world and he is too quick and defensively strong for Linares. Ortiz completes the comeback.

Puerto Rico Hurricanes v Nicaragua Nightmares
McJoe Arroyo v Roman Gonzalez
Thomas Dulorme v Walter Castillo
Keith Tapia v Mercio Figueroa
McWilliams Arroyo v Cristofer Rosales
Gabriel Bracero v Roberto Arriaza
3-2

Despite the wins of the Nicaraguan stars they do not get enough from their other team mates. Rosales and Castillo both are competitive but neither can do enough to get the decision.
McJoe Arroyo is injured and misses the rest of the tournament.
Cristofer Rosales is injured and misses the rest of the tournament.

Puerto Rico Hurricanes 9-6
Domodores De Cuba 8-7
Nicaragua Nightmares 7-8
Astana Arlans 6-9

Group D
Filipino Flashes v Mexico Guerreros
John Riel Casemiro v Juan Francisco Estrada
Manny Pacquaio v Antonio Orozco
Mark Magsayo v Oscar Valdez
Aurelio Angel v Rogelio Medina
Donnie Nietes v Ganigan Lopez
2-3

A rare occasion where Philippines get to use numerous marquee boxers and still come out on the wrong side. The key fight is the first one as Estrada dominate Casemiro.

Tokyo Terrors v Ukraine Ottomans
Takashi Uchiyama v Vasyl Lomachenko
Koki Tyson v Max Bursak
Masayoshi Nakatani v Denis Berinchyk
Yuki Nonaka v Stanyslav Skorokhod
Kubrat Pulev v Wladimir Klitschko
1-4

Lomachenko and Klitschko bookend a strong Ukrainian team. Bursak wins in the second fight while Nonaka takes the fourth. Berinchyk is a superstar in the making and takes a bit of a shock win here.

Filipino Flashes v Tokyo Terrors
John Riel Casemiro v Kazuto Ioka
Nonito Donaire v Hozumi Hazegawa
Marlon Tapales v Shinsuke Yamanaka
Donnie Nietes v Akira Yaegashi
Jerwin Arcajas v Naoya Inoue
2-3

What a list of names. Some of the best boxers in the lighter weights are here. Ioka, Yamanaka and Nietes run their divisions and take the wins. Ioka is another brilliant boxer and too much for Casemiro. Donaire gets the win in the battle of the veterans but Inoue runs over Arcajas to win the tie.

Mexico Guerreros v Ukraine Ottomans
Francisco Vargas v Vasyl Lomachenko
Antonio Orozco v Taras Shelestyuk
Gilberto Ramirez v Max Bursak
Carlos Cuadras v Luis Concepcion
Saul Alvarez v Stanyslav Skorokhod
3-2

The Ukrainians start fast as Lomachenko sensationally beats Vargas while Shelestyuk also impresses. Mexico gets the draw with Cuadras, Canelo and Ramirez who take the win for Mexico.

Ukraine Ottomans v Filipino Flashes
Vasyl Lomachenko v Randy Braga
Taras Shelestyuk v Manny Pacquaio
Sergiy Derevyanchenko v Tureano Johnson
Artem Dalakian v John Riel Casemiro
Liborio Solis v Marlon Tapales
2-3

Two superstars start the night with comfortable wins. Derevyanchenko shows his quality by stopping Johnson late on. Tapales and Casemiro both got late wins to turn the tie.
Liborio Solis gets injured and does not compete in the tournament again.

Tokyo Terrors v Mexico Guerreros
Kazuto Ioka v Juan Francisco Estrada
Takashi Uchiyama v Francisco Vargas
Hozumi Hazegawa v Jonathan Guzman
Masayoshi Nakatani v Dante Jardon
Yuki Nonaka v Saul Alvarez
1-4

The first three fights are superb bouts. Estrada edges Iota before Uchiyama gets one back. Guzman manages to stop Hazegawa to put Mexico back in front and cruise on that momentum to take the victory.
Yoki Nonaka gets injured and does not compete in the tournament again.

Mexico Guerreros 10-5
Ukraine Ottomans 8-7
Filipino Flashes 7-8
Tokyo Terrors 5-10

Quarter Finals

British Lionhearts 13-2 v Argentina Condors 7-8
Carl Frampton v Jesus Cuellar
Kell Brook v Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo
Anthony Crolla v Ismael Barroso
Tony Bellew v Victor Emilio Ramirez
Hekkie Budler v Adrian Perez
5-0

A rematch from the group stages and Britain once again jump out to the early lead. Crolla completes the victory with a win over Barroso. Bellew and Budler complete the rout with wins.
Carl Frampton is injured and misses the rest of the tournament

USA Knockouts 12-3 v Ukraine Ottomans 8-7
Deontay Wilder v Wladimir Klitschko
Terence Crawford v Viktor Postol
Timothy Bradley v Taras Shelestyuk
Joseph Diaz v Oleg Yefimovych
Miguel Cartagena v Artem Dalakian
3-2

Klitschko takes the win over Wilder but Crawford has a win over Postol. Bradley and Diaz take the USA into a unassailable lead but I edge the potential of Dalakian to make it a respectable score.
Deontay Wilder is injured and misses the rest of the tournament

Mexico Guerreros 10-5 v Domodores De Cuba 8-7
Saul Alvarez v Erislandy Lara
Francisco Vargas v Yuriorkis Gamboa
Antonio Oroczo v Yordenis Ugas
Luis Nery v Jorge De Jesus Romero
Daniel Sandoval v Yunier Calzada
3-2

Cuba go 2-0 up as Lara avenges his defeat to Canelo and Gamboa takes a wide decision over Vargas. Mexico really get lucky with the draw as they avoid five or six of the best Cuban boxers and show their strength in depth.

Puerto Rico Hurricanes 9-6 v Russia Boxing Team 9-6
Eduard Troyanovsky v Thomas Dulorme
Bongani Mahlangu v Luis Orlando Del Valle
Evgeny Gradovich v Luis Rosa
Nikolay Potapov v Anselmo Moreno
Artur Bertibiev v Isaac Chilemba
4-1

Russia take an early lead with three big wins. Troyanovsky, Gradovich and Mahlangu are all quite strong favourites and deliver. Moreno also gets an easy win whilst it’s Bertibiev who consolidates the result.

Semi Final

Russia Boxing Team v British Lionhearts
Alexander Povetkin v Tyson Fury
David Avanesyan v Kell Brook
Denis Lebedev v Tony Bellew
Sergey Kovalev v Nathan Cleverly
Denis Shafikov v Anthony Crolla
Evgeny Gradovich v Lee Selby
Rustam Shamsidinov v Andrew Selby
2-5

This shows the really strength in depth and variety of British boxing. The two Russian wins come from Kovalev and Lebedev who both stop their opposition. All the other boxers are strong but still outclassed by the Brits.

USA Knockouts v Mexico Guerreros
Demetrious Andrade v Saul Alvarez
Carlos Licona v Ganigan Lopez
Terence Crawford v Raymundo Beltran
Jason Sosa v Francisco Vargas
Gary Russell v Leo Santa Cruz
Daniel Roman v Cesar Juarez
Daniel Lozano v Carlos Cuadras
3-4

Heading into the last it was 3-3. Alvarez and Lopez got Mexico off to the perfect start but the comeback was well and truly on when Crawford took a big win before Sosa and Russell boxed beautifully to take wins. Cesar Juarez got the win to take it back to a draw. Mexico get the edge as they get to pick Carlos Cuadras. The Mexican gets the stoppage to give Mexico a spot in the final.
Saul Alvarez is injured and misses the rest of the tournament

Final

British Lionhearts v Mexico Guerreros
This British team is heavy favourite heading into the final. They have dominated all opposition with a frightening strength of depth. Adding to this is the injury to Saul Alvarez, suffered in the semi final which takes away arguably their best boxer. This is slightly equalised by Britain missing Carl Frampton but they have a stronger replacement.

James DeGale v Gilberto Ramirez
Ramirez has the potential and intriguing upside but DeGale has the know how and experience. DeGale has been more impressive by miles and will probably win a decision.

Lee Selby v Leo Santa Cruz
Carl Frampton would be favoured here but his injury brings in Selby. The Welshman is a talent but Santa Cruz can win this bout on the front foot by decision.

Khalid Yafai v Carlos Cuadras
Yafai is certainly a talent. He has the speed and power. Cuadras, however, is a world class talent and you need to be special to beat him. Cuadras earns the late stoppage.

Kell Brook v Antonio Orozco
Kell Brook is one of the premier boxers at the weight. Brook is just too talented and has beaten better boxers than Orozco has ever fought. He wins by mid round stoppage.

Hekkie Budler v Saul Juarez
Both boxers have just recently lost their world titles. However, Juarez is the more impressive of the two and I make him the favourite to take the decision.

Billy Joe Saunders v Daniel Sandoval
Canelo would have been a huge difference here but Sandoval is nowhere near that quality. Billy Joe tears Sandoval apart and stops him in the fourth.

Nathan Cleverly v Marco Antonio Periban
Cleverly is not the strongest of British fighters but has a strong advantage over Periban. He uses his solid skills and basics to get through the fight to a wide decision.

4-3
British Lionhearts win the Professional WSB

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  1. Cain 03:38am, 10/05/2016

    It did not actually take too long. Boxrec found me all the fighters to use. From there was just about watching and reading. All the draws were random.org and it took 2-3 days overall I’d say.

    As a quick one without doing a whole article and proper research I would rank them along the lines of Ortiz, Joshua, Wilder, Wlad, Povetkin, Stiverne, Haye, Parker, Ruiz, and Miller.

    With heavyweights though a lot of it is who lands. The first three are all too quick and strong for Wlad. Fury is the most intriguing just stylistically in my opinion.

    I did have a few that I decided out of but eventually Nicaragua got my final pick over South Africa.

  2. tuxtucis 02:41am, 10/05/2016

    @Cain Bradley: how about this new group?

  3. tuxtucis 02:39am, 10/05/2016

    Roman Empire: Kubrat Pulev, Giovanni De Carolis, Leonard Bundu, Dejan Zlaticanin, Silvio Olteanu, Kiko Martinez, Ruben Nieto

  4. tuxtucis 02:33am, 10/05/2016

    South Africa Springbooks: Hekkie Budler, Moruthi Mthalane, Zolani Tete, Isaac Chilemba, Charles Manyuchi, Paulus Moses, Thabisu Mchunu, Simpiwe Vetyeka, Malcolm Klassen

  5. tuxtucis 02:28am, 10/05/2016

    French Can Can: Johann Duhaupas, Michel Soro, Vincent Legrand, Karim Guerfi, Youri Kalenga, Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam, Samir Ziani

  6. tuxtucis 02:16am, 10/05/2016

    Downunder Platypuses: Lucas Browne, Omari Kimweri, Leonardo Zappavigna, Billy Dib, Anthony Mundine, Daniel Geale, Jeff Horn

  7. Irish Frankie Crawford Beat Saijo aka Gimpel 02:24pm, 10/04/2016

    Cain Bradley-How long did it take you to research and write up this article? Anyway, nicely done!  Here’s one for you to handicap. Round Robin this: Klitschko, Wilder, Parker, Miller, Joshua, Haye, Ortiz, Povetkin, Stiverne, and Ruiz….forget Fury for now. Who beats who and who comes out on top?

  8. Eric 06:36am, 10/03/2016

    Some of those nicknames sound like an STD. hehe.

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