Tyson Fury: Sport’s Greatest Ever Comeback

Tweet By Sonny Turner December 1 2018, Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder, Round 12. Fury needs to survive just this last round to complete the greatest sporting comeback of all time, just this three minutes and he’ll become the Heavyweight Champion of The World. Again. Wilder has other ideas. A man who leading into the fight had knocked out every opponent he’d ever faced in the professional ranks, the WBC Heavyweight Champion of The World, Deontay Wilder, would not go quietly. A right hand to the temple of Fury, a…

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The Malice at the Palace – NBA’s darkest day

Tweet By Joni Ahokas  19th November 2004 will always be remembered as one of the most infamous fights in sports. The Malice at the Palace was probably the darkest day in NBA-history.  It was last season’s Eastern Conference finalists Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers who played host to this dark event. The Pistons were the defending champions and Pacers wanted to put their rival’s in their place.  The Pacers were already leading by 15 points and coasting to a win with just 15 seconds left on the clock. Then the incident started.  Pistons-center Ben Wallace tried to execute a layup, when he was fouled…

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F1 2021: Will the new rules deliver?

Tweet Formula One’s revamped set of regulations to be implemented in 2021 were revealed to the public for the first time last month, and it seems that the sport as we know it is set for a gigantic upheaval. Unveiled at the Circuit of the Americas before October’s United States Grand Prix, the plans have been backed unanimously by all ten constructors and are said to bring better racing, create a more balanced competition and make the sport more attractive to potential future entrants. Although the immediate reaction from fans…

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Fight Report: Anthony Crolla vs Frank Urquiaga

Tweet By Sonny Turner British boxing hero Anthony Crolla battled into retirement as he edged to a majority decision victory over Frank Urquiaga in his final fight.  The Manchester Arena was the stage for Crolla’s last stand against the hand-picked Spaniard Urquiaga, a fight which turned out to be significantly tougher than expected before the opening bell.   Despite showing glimpses of what had made him a World Champion, controlling the distance, flashy combinations and applying immense pressure, Crolla struggled throughout the 10 rounds, getting hit much more often than a former World Champion should, and someone who challenged for the title in his previous bout,…

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