3 Reasons Boxing Is Beating MMA at the Promotion Game
By Tony Mayger | BoxRecNews 12 hours ago Eurosport – A better prepared Brook expected to show true colours against Jones Related Content Bet on Boxing Things were going well until an ankle injury forced the biggest fight of his career to be put back from January to February of this year. In April, Brook announced that his ankle injury had come back to scupper his bid for world title glory once again, handing domestic rival Lee Purdy the opportunity to face Alexander for world honours. Purdy lost the fight after his corner withdrew him at the end of the seventh round. This Saturday at Craven Park Stadium in Hull, ‘The Special One’ will rematch the man he defeated in Sheffield little over 12 months ago.
Before the floyd mayweather jr tickets Tyson Fury fight where were you going to go? I’m giving you a chance to a little claim to fame. “I’m on everyone’s tongue and you are the one who just stinks the place out against people. “I have delivered 21 times in a row, what has David Haye done? Everyone David Haye has fought, including [Wladimir] Klitschko, I would smash to bits. Haye is only interested in fame and fortune, I fight because I want to fight.
Boxing: David Haye is a ‘little man who stinks the place out,’ says Tyson Fury
Of course, with the sport of MMA finding its way onto cable television, things may indeed change. As more and more fight fans are exposed to the sport, quiet men like Cain Velasquez will gather more and more fans. Boxing was first built on live performances, then radio and then free television. MMA has a similar track record. First is was the live crowds, then the internet, then PPV and now onto free (somewhat) television. In ten years from now, if things continue to progress as they are now, MMA will indeed find their superstars and it will be a watershed moment for the sport.