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Fights you would like to see in 2016?


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Re: Fights you would like to see in 2016?

 

Fury vs Wilder.

 

Ortiz vs Dominic Breazeale

 

Joseph Parker vs any HW in the top ten.

 

Aaron Green vs any HW in the top ten.

 

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Oleksandr Usyk vs either Makabu, Durodola, or Lebedev.

 

 

Golovkin vs Jacobs (screw Canelo and his 155 lb title)

 

 

Thurman vs Pac / Thurman vs Bradley / Thurman vs Brooke / Thurman vs Son Of Godzilla.

 

 

Chocolatito vs anybody with balls enough to get into the ring with him.

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Kovalev - Stevenson

Khan - Garcia

Mosley - Marquez

GGG - Canelo

 

JMM has officially retired, no? And Shane really SHOULD retire, although it appears he will soon be the next James Toney.

Those two guys on their prime, though, whooo-boy!

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10 fights from the BBC.

 

Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder

If Fury beats Wladimir Klitschko in their summer rematch - and it is still a big 'if', especially if Klitschko remembers to throw a few punches this time - the clamour for the Englishman to fight Deontay Wilder will continue to grow

 

Kell Brook v Amir Khan

While Sheffield's Brook was establishing himself as one of the world's most dangerous welterweights, Bolton's Khan was busy wishing away some of the best years of his career. A dream fight against Floyd Mayweather never materialised, while Manny Pacquiao has overlooked Khan in favour of a third match with Timothy Bradley.

 

Gennady Golovkin v Saul Alvarez

Golovkin has long been considered one of the most dangerous men in boxing, it's just that he's had nobody to test his potential greatness against. But Mexican beast Alvarez would appear to be just the man. And what a fight it would be.

 

Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg II

After years of tortuous negotiations, Belfast's Frampton and Bury's Quigg will finally meet in Manchester on 27 February. Recent form suggests there is little to choose between the super-bantamweight rivals, so it should be a cracker.

 

Lee Selby v Josh Warrington

Welshman Selby was brilliant in beating Evgeny Gradovich and securing the IBF featherweight title, less so in defending against Fernando Montiel. But that didn't dampen enthusiasm for a match against Leeds folk hero Warrington.

 

Sergey Kovalev v Adonis Stevenson

This is the third consecutive entry on the BBC's annual wish list for the light-heavyweight division's two main men. Russia's Kovalev and Canada's Stevenson have been calling each other out for years now and it is beginning to get a little bit boring.

 

Sergey Kovalev v Andre Ward

Some think Ward is the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world. It's just that he doesn't box that often. However, the American, a former super-middleweight world champion, says he will campaign at 175lb from now on. More importantly, Ward and Kovalev are both signed to American network HBO.

 

Anthony Crolla v Terry Flanagan

Crolla provided one of British sport's feel-good stories in 2015, recovering from career-threatening injuries to land the WBA lightweight title at the second time of asking. Meanwhile, fellow Mancunian and good friend Flanagan was brilliant in knocking out Diego Magdaleno and defending his WBO crown.

 

Billy Joe Saunders v Chris Eubank Jr II

Saunders gave an impressive exhibition of technical boxing to dethrone Ireland's WBO middleweight champion Andy Lee, before being called out by arch rival Eubank Jr, who narrowly lost to Saunders in 2014.

 

Which of these dream boxing matches will come true in 2016?

 

Which of these dream boxing matches will come true in 2016? - BBC Sport

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Another fight I would like to see is Wilder vs Povetkin. I think Povetkin gets smashed by Wilder and would love to hear what comes out of the mouths of the many people who feel it is the other way around.

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I like Segura, but he's coming off a year and a half layoff. I would expect the so-called P4P king to challenge himself against someone a little bit more competitive. Don't need to hear HBO commentators fawning and having an orgasm over Chocolatito dominating a former champ yet again.

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