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Former World Boxing Association or WBA Heavyweight champion David Haye is targeting another shot at the world championship as he plans his return to the ring on the 29th of June at the Manchester Arena.
The Englishman lost the WBA Heavyweight Championship in June 2011 after he was outgunned by the Ukrainian boxer Wladimir Klitschko in Germany, which prompted him to take a break from the sport before he made a sensational return to ring last year, defeating compatriot Dereck Chisora in a grudge match.
India’s star pugilist Vijender Singh has been training hard inside the ring, putting in the hard yards of late, but he is doing that without any sort of goal ahead of him whatsoever.
This is largely due to the fact that the Indian Boxing Federation or the IABF has been handed a suspension by the international governing body of the sport, which has rendered all boxers from India ineligible to fight in any sanctioned event anywhere in the world.
Amir Khan is involved in dialogue with the camp of Vyacheslav Senchenko regarding a fight against him as early as the 20th of April as he looks to avenge the defeat suffered by his good friend Ricky Hatton at the hands of the Ukrainian.
Dialogues between the two camps were opened as late as last week with Khan’s representatives looking into settle the match as early as possible for the 20th of April fight card at the Manchester Arena – the same arena where the Ukrainian stopped the glorious return of the former champion after a three year hiatus.
Kickboxing, in recent days, has proved to be a very popular sport. You may think that it is too hard to cope up with, but it can be said with assurance that if you can follow some simple steps then it will become a lot easier for you.
The fitness level of your body is the most important thing in kickboxing. So make sure that you exercise regularly to improve your fitness but do not overstress yourself.
Forrest Griffin is a well-known American mixed martial artist, and he has been signed on with the UFC since 2005, where he even went on to become UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. He has defeated a tough contender in the ring, and he is credited highly for making the UFC what it is today. Many are of the opinion that without him, UFC would never have been as much famous as it is today.
The Underground Fight club situated in Invercargill has been ousted by the community from their school hall training where they had set up their fight club due to its negative impact on the community harmony.
The club was established on the basis of inspiration from the Brad Pitt starrer movie Fight Club (1999). There were no particular rules that were followed; it was just a bunch of simple lawless hitting people. However the club founder Terry Kennard has denied all the allegations.
Brian Stann needs to get back into the game and bring for himself victories and laurels. He has quite high hopes of bringing about a victory with his next match scheduled against the Italian Alessio Sakara.
This match scheduled to be held at Stockholm in Sweden in the month of April is quite an enthralling experience for both players who really want to put in their level best and win the title.
Title Boxing Club at Prairie Village has started a new program for young kids named fight club that helps the kids learn to stand up for themselves and for friends against bullying and in self defense and in its very short tenure, has already gathered a huge batch of students who are being drawn to the program in order to learn self defense tactics and are also keeping them fit.
The program, which is open for all teenagers was started by Holly Reynolds and according to her, it is not just a self defense class. It is much more than that.
Street fighting is not considered fair fighting because it does not follow the rules of any martial arts. Nothing can be done to stop it if the fight goes out of control. The opponent can do anything to hurt you and drive you out of the fight. No martial arts program teaches how to save yourself and attack in a street fight.
Who can fight well in a street fighting situation?
At AKAA Fightclub we've been racking our brains trying to come up with new formats for our end-of-season big match finales. Its all be done before - tag teams, doubles, cage fights, team rumbles, etc - surely fans are getting a little bored of watching our fighters smash themselves up against each other?
Instead of the usual match-ups, we're proposing to take on the new format that is taking over the world (and we might even become World Champions at it?!) - Push Up/Pie eating competition (search it on YouTube).