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    Rapper 50 Cent tells Mayweather to ‘keep my name out your mouth’ as pair reignite long-running feud 

    RAPPER 50 Cent has reignited his long-running feud with Floyd Mayweather after telling his former friend: “Keep my name out your mouth.”
    The ex-best pals have turned into sworn enemies over the years, starting when Mayweather was released from prison in 2012.

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    Rapper 50 Cent and boxer Floyd Mayweather are former friends but have reignited a long-running feudCredit: Getty Images – Getty
    Mayweather recently told rapper Fat Joe their falling out came after 50 Cent – real name Curtis Jackson – demanded half ownership of The Money Team.
    He said: “You can’t hang out with me every day for years then all of a sudden if I don’t give you half of my company you’re like ‘you’re dumb, you’re stupid, you can’t do this and you can’t do that’.
    “But if I can’t do all these things, why are you hanging around with me? That’s all I’m trying to add.
    “If I’m such a person that doesn’t know certain things, and I’m not that sharp, why you want to be around with me every day.”

    Despite being asked to open up about about the falling out by Joe, 50 Cent warned Mayweather not to mention him again.
    Jackson wrote on social media: “I’m not the marketing campaign champ, keep my name out your mouth.
    “Damn somebody read this for champ, I don’t fu* wit you, you don’t fu* wit me. OK.”

    Rap-royalty 50 Cent was once a valued member of Mayweather’s circle, with the pair inseparable.

    But their recent online feud traces back to when Mayweather was served three months in jail.
    Jackson claimed he was owed $2million by the boxer having taken care of his promotional banner.
    In a 2012 interview, 50 Cent said: “I took a look and I realised there is no Mayweather Promotions. There’s no LLC. There’s no seal. It’s not incorporated
    “When he says help him with Mayweather Promotions and it’s not there, I say, ‘OK, I know what he means.’ He wants me to put it together for him.
    “I’m sitting there going, ‘When you gonna give me the money… when you gonna give me your half of the money back?’
    “But, I ain’t trying to press him because he just got out of jail.”

    I’m not the marketing campaign champ, keep my name out your mouth.
    50 Cent on Mayweather

    They would publicly fall out that year and never patch things up.
    Following several back and forths between them, 50 Cent in February claimed Mayweather needed a boxing comeback as his “money’s gone”.
    But Mayweather hit back and said their beef was totally random and he never put a foot wrong with the American artist.
    He told Drink Champs: “I’ve been nothing but good to him. I’ve been nothing but solid with him. I’m a solid dude and he knows I’m a solid dude.

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    “If this man comes over to my house, my chef cook big meals for us.
    “We sit back, we kick it. We travelled on the jet together. This is coming out of the blue.
    “It’s like me and you just kicking it, I’m right here talking with y’all, I come and do the show with you every day, and then one day, you just go out of the blue and I’m like damn, ‘Where is this coming from?’”

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    The once best pals have turned into sworn enemies over the yearsCredit: Getty – Contributor More

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    Tyson Fury warned he has ‘no escape’ from fighting Dillian Whyte after Deontay Wilder as Eddie Hearn hails WBC ruling

    TYSON FURY has been warned he has “no escape” from fighting Dillian Whyte if he beats Deontay Wilder.
    Fury, 31, who won the WBC title in February, is contracted to an immediate rematch against Wilder, 34.

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    Tyson Fury is set to face Deontay Wilder in a trilogy bout

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    Dillian Whyte has revealed his anger at Eddie Hearn and the WBC after he was overlooked for a title shot againCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
    But the WBC confirmed after the trilogy bout – which faces being moved from December to early 2021 – the winner must face 32-year-old Whyte.
    It further delays a super-fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua, 30, but promoter Eddie Hearn insists Whyte takes priority.
    Hearn told talkSPORT: “We knew it but it’s always nice to get confirmation from the WBC.
    “Every time they confirm it in writing gives us more clout moving forward. It’s fantastic for Dillian Whyte.

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    “He still has to get past Alexander Povetkin on August 22, but if he does that he will have to fight the winner of Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder very early next year.
    “Of course, we want the winner of that to go on to fight Anthony Joshua in the summer of next year for the undisputed.
    “Big news for Dillian Whyte and no escape for Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder, as confirmed by the WBC.”
    Whyte has been the WBC’s No1 ranked challenger since 2017, but only last year earned his spot as mandatory after beating Oscar Rivas. 

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    However, his status was revoked after an ‘adverse finding’ was found in his pre-fight drug test, and the WBC instead handed Fury a shot at Wilder’s belt.
    Whyte was eventually cleared of any doping violations by United Kingdom Anti-Doping, but could only watch as the Gypsy King won the belt.
    He had been promised a shot at the title by February next year, but Fury’s promoter Bob Arum revealed the Wilder trilogy could carry over to that date.

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    UFC news: Mayweather and White ‘still working on’ comeback but McGregor rematch ruled out because ‘he’s retired’

    FLOYD MAYWEATHER is still “working on” a comeback with UFC president Dana White – but a Conor Mcgregor rematch has been ruled out.
    Mayweather last year announced he was “coming out of retirement in 2020” to work on a “spectacular event” with White.

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    Floyd Mayweather is still ‘working on’ a comeback with UFC president Dana White
    But he was this year hit with double tragedy after the death of former partner and mother to three of his kids Josie Harris, which came two weeks before his uncle and ex-trainer Roger passed.
    Mayweather took time off his promotional duties, but throughout the coronavirus pandemic continued to train in his Las Vegas gym.
    And according to White, the 43-year-old still plans to make a comeback.
    He told TMZ Sports: “Floyd and I still have dialogue and go back and forth.

    “We’re still interested on both sides. Very possible.”

    SunSport revealed Mayweather was in talks to return to Japan, the scene where he made £7million after beating featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in 2018.
    The American legend confirmed negotiations were in place for another exhibition bout in Tokyo, as he boasted at being able to bank £75m.
    Mayweather last fought as a professional in 2017 after he beat former UFC champion McGregor in ten rounds, which White helped promote.

    But the UFC boss ruled out a second fight between the pair, insisting The Notorious, 32, is still retired.

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    He said: “No no no. I know he would rematch Conor McGregor but I don’t know if you heard about this but Conor McGregor’s retired.
    “When I’m doing things right now and running business, I don’t even think about Conor. Conor is retired.
    “As of right here now today, Conor is retired until Conor tells me differently, I’m not trying to make any fights for Conor.”

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    Mayweather beat UFC star Conor McGregor in 2017

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    Mayweather has trained throughout the coronavirus pandemic Credit: @themoneyteam

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    ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson’s most terrifying ring entrance ever STILL has fans and other fighters terrified 21 years on

    MIKE Tyson has left fans quivering in their boots again – 21 years after embarking on boxing’s most terrifying ring-walk ever.
    In 1999, Iron Mike took on South Africa’s Francois Botha at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

    Mike Tyson is terrifying fans 21 years on from his ring-walk for his Botha fight

    Mike Tyson divided the crowd in his first fight back from biting Holyfield’s ear

    Mike Tyson beat Francois Botha in Las Vegas in 1999 via fifth-round KOCredit: Action Images
    Not only was it Tyson’s return to the ring after biting a chunk out of Evander Holyfield’s ear – it was a return to the very same arena.
    That alone would be enough to create a tense, chilling atmosphere.
    But add in Tyson’s ring-walk and fans have been left running scared watching it back ever since… all of 21 years.
    The American boxer powerfully strode to the ring to the sound of DMX’s “Intro – It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot” looking terrifyingly determined, to a mixed chorus of cheers and boos.

    The video has racked up nearly three million views and has enjoyed a huge influx of hits lately as fans look to fill the void with no live sport to follow.
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    And one viewer commented: “If I was Botha I would have just took my gloves off, left them in the ring, and got the next flight back to South Africa.”
    Another said: “Never seen a more intimidating fighter of all combats sport combined in 25 years than Tyson. He’s a myth.”
    A third joked: “He could walk out to the song ‘row, row, row your boat’ and it would scare people.”

    Tyson went on to win the fight, via a fifth-round KO – but he later admitted he wasn’t at his best.

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    After the fight, he claimed: “I’m a little embarrassed. I wanted to shine tonight. It takes time. It takes time.
    “Rome wasn’t built in a day… I’ve got to improve a lot more. I’ve got a long way to go.
    “I wasn’t worried. I knew I was going to knock him out. It was just a matter of time.”

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    Terri Harper and Tasha Jonas battle to brutal draw in historic all-British women’s world title fight

    BOXING’S first all-British women’s world title fight ended in a bloody and beautiful draw.
    WBC super-featherweight Queen Terri Harper, 23, took on her 36-year-old childhood idol Tasha Jonas in a brilliant seesaw of a fight that the judges could not split.

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    Veteran Tasha Jonas was battered but not beaten against the world champion who idolised her, Terri HarperCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd

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    Terri Harper, right, produced the more combinations but admits her legs were ‘wobbled’ in the eighth round as Tasha Jonas landed meaty single blowsCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd

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    Tasha Jonas and Terri Harper both want a rematch of their epic stalemateCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd
    Liverpool southpaw Jonas scored with the bigger single shots, while Doncaster lass Harper was busier with more flurries and both vowed to rematch after doing the sport immensely proud.
    After a cut to Jonas’ eye left both womens’ white top tinged a gruesome pink, the judges scored it 96-94 Harper, 96-95 Jonas and 95-95.
    Harper said: “I caught her, she caught me and we hurt each other. I am only 23 and I only had 16 amateur fights.
    “I want to thank Tasha for that fight, it was a great learning fight for me and I will go right back in for the gym, for the next one.

    “She hurt me in the eighth, wobbled my legs and I had to get back and suck it up for the last two rounds.”
    Southpaw Jonas, with her daughter Mela’s name etched on her shorts, started busier and landed with the best punch of the opening round when a left hand connected.

    It was history in the making and she is going to be in the game for a long time so I am proud but gutted I am not going home with the belts.
    Tasha Jonas

    Harper launched an attack as soon as the second started but the veteran whipped in a counter left hook that was thudding.
    Despite the strong start it was Jonas, the first woman boxer to represent Team GB, who was cut.

    The third was a two-minute war as the women slugged it out. First Jonas looked wobbled but then Harper was backed down by an attack from the Liverpool ace.
    Close-range hooks and uppercuts were swapped in the fifth, making it almost impossible to split the battling females with 13 years difference.
    But Jonas showed her experience in the sixth when a left hand stumbled Harper but at the bell it was Harper rocking her rival’s head back with a straight right hand.

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    Tasha Jonas shows how she landed the better single shots as she catches defending champ Terri Harper flush on the noseCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd

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    Terri Harper celebrates retaining her WBC super-featherweight world titleCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd
    A Harper right hand ripped through Jonas’ guard in the seventh and Jonas was told by trainer Joe Gallagher during the break that he had her 4-3 down and she needed a right hook to get her back in it.
    And the advice worked a treat as Harper was instantly stunned at the start of the eighth. 
    The Scouse leftie crashed in a left hand and followed it with a booming right hook that had Harper shook, clinging on and fighting to stay upright.
    In a punishing ninth-round clinch, Jonas stepped back and cracked the Doncaster girl with another right hook.
    The pair shared a phonebox full of punches in the final round, a Harper uppercut caught the eye but Jonas never wilted and heard the final bell for the first time in her career and was lifted aloft by trainer Gallagher in hopeful celebration.

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    Jonas said: “I felt I had done enough, level up until eight and I won nine clearly and 10. It was history in the making and she is going to be in the game for a long time so I am proud but gutted I am not going home with the belts.
    “Hopefully we have made the public proud of women’s boxing and convinced anyone who wasn’t sure about it before. I would do the rematch 1million per cent.
    “At least the world title bouts stay on this side of the Atlantic.”

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    Tyson Fury fight with Anthony Joshua to be delayed AGAIN as WBC demand Gypsy King face Whyte next if he beats Povetkin

    THE WBC are insisting that Tyson Fury must face Dillian Whyte if he beats Deontay Wilder for a second time.
    It would mean the undisputed title decider between Fury, 31, and Anthony Joshua being pushed back again – despite the pair agreeing a two-fight deal for 2021.

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    Tyson Fury must fight Dillian Whyte if he beats Deontay Wilder Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd

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    Whyte is the WBC mandatory challenger for Fury’s belt Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
    Whyte, 32, defends his WBC mandatory status against 40-year-old Alexander Povetkin at the end of the month.
    And Fury is set to give Wilder, 34, his contracted rematch at the end of the year, but has been warned he will not be able to jump straight into a Battle of Britain with AJ.
    WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman: “We have had the flexibility with our champions and the WBC has approved Fury to fight by the end of the year.
    “If it’s announced that it might be December 19, and the winner must make the mandatory defence early next year.”

    Whyte has been the WBC’s No1 ranked challenger since 2017, but only last year earned his spot as mandatory after beating Oscar Rivas.
    But his status was revoked after an ‘adverse finding’ was found in his pre-fight drug test, and the WBC instead handed Fury a shot at Wilder’s belt.

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    However, Whyte was eventually cleared of any doping violations by United Kingdom Anti-Doping, but could only watch as the Gypsy King won the belt in February.

    Despite huge demand for Britain’s two heavyweight kings to finally settle the score, promoter Eddie Hearn insists Whyte must get his chance first.
    Hearn said: “Dillian takes priority. Dillian has to have that fight by the end of February, and if it goes into March, it goes into March.
    “Anthony Joshua is boxing in December. He won’t be ready to box again until June-July.
    “Everybody acknowledges that’s the mandatory and that it’s next.”

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    Should Whyte finally get his shot at the WBC title next year, it paves the way for WBA, IBF and WBO champion Joshua to face Oleksandr Usyk.
    Usyk, 33, fights Dereck Chisora, 36, next but is already the WBO mandatory challenger.
    Hearn hopes for AJ to challenge Fury for the undisputed title in the summer with a rematch following in the winter.

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    Joshua faces Kubrat Pulev in his next title fight Credit: Getty Images

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    Anthony Joshua shares throwback clip showing off speed as he works out to iconic Rocky theme

    ANTHONY JOSHUA went whack to the future – with the Rocky theme blaring out in a clip of his hypnotic hand-speed as a youth and now.
    The Brit took inspiration from his childhood to rev up for a triple world heavyweight title defence against Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in December.

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    Then and pow! Anthony Joshua goes through his age-old routine to parade his timing and handspeedCredit: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyjoshua/

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    The young AJ shows the style that took him all the way to Olmpic gold as an amateurCredit: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyjoshua/

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    World champ Anthony Joshua seems to be adding on the muscle as he meets fellow Brit Tyson Fury in Marbella
    The 30-year-old’s rat-a-tat rhythm contrasted with the slower pounding of the iconic boxing movie tune.
    But then and now he showed the same gym routine that helped take the 2012 Olympic super-heavyweight king to the top as both an amateur and pro.
    AJ has of course piled on the muscle since then, particularly in recent weeks, with ripped shots of him almost bursting out of tops.
    And he was snapped “accidentally” bumping into Tyson Fury in Marbella in a bulging white T-shirt, suggesting he will be much bulkier against Pulev than he was in dethroning his only ever conqueror Andy Ruiz last December.

    By coincidence, Muhammad Ali was also in his second reign as world heavyweight champ when the first Rocky film came out in 1976.

    But it was AJ’s maturity rather than movie-style heroics that impressed most when he dismantled Ruiz for revenge.
    And promoter Eddie Hearn insists Joshua must prepare just as shrewdly against Pulev.
    Hearn told Sky Sports: “Sparring wise? You need a tall, stand-up fighter who is technically sound.

    “Pulev is very experienced, very good technically, punches a bit. You need to find a tall heavyweight that replicates that style.

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    “Against Ruiz Jr the second time, they got their sparring spot on. That is so important moving forwards.”
    Proving AJ overcomes Pulev as so expected, he could then be eyeing two title unifiers with fellow Brit and WBC champ Tyson Fury.
    Doubling up might sound dramatic. But they do say Creed is good.

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    Frank Warren offers to take Eddie Hearn for dinner as boxing’s matchmakers set for talks over Matchroom vs Queensberry

    FRANK WARREN has ordered Eddie Hearn to leave his wallet at home and meet him for a red-hot date that will arouse British boxing fans.
    After years at loggerheads as the country’s  leading promoters, the pair are  going to sit down and talk about two potentially brilliant fight cards.

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    Frank Warren says he is even prepared to meet Eddie Hearn in a phonebox if it means they can sort out fight night between their two campsCredit: Reuters

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    Eddie Hearn’s team has star names like Dillian Whyte, undefeated Joshua Buatsi and American WBO champ Demetrius AndradeCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd
    Warren revealed his ten-fight plan to SunSport on Tuesday, pitting the best of his Queensberry stable against a crop of Hearn’s Matchroom squad.
    Hearn instantly kiboshed hopes of heavyweights Daniel Dubois v Dillian Whyte and Joe Joyce v Derek Chisora, as Whyte is mandatory for Tyson Fury’s WBC title and Del Boy is scheduled to box Oleksandr Usyk when crowds are allowed back.
    But he did agree to meet to thrash out the terms and thaw one of the frostiest grudges in the sport – and Warren hopes EVERYTHING is on the menu.

    Warren told SunSport: “It was only a brief phone call after I had left a voicemail with him.

    “But  we have agreed to meet, which is brilliant for the sport.
    “People have tried to poison the well already and predict it falling through but it is in our power to do it now, we have taken the first step.
    “I don’t care if we meet in a top-end restaurant or a greasy spoon cafe, he can order champagne and lobster or a fried egg sandwich and builder’s tea.

    I don’t care if we meet in a top-end restaurant or a greasy spoon cafe, he can order champagne and lobster or a fried egg sandwich and builder’s tea.
    Frank Warren

    “If he wants to meet in a phonebox,  it’s all fine with me. And I will be paying — he can leave his wallet at home.”

    Warren, 68, stepped up his matchmaking skills this week when he chased 18-stone Chisora around the West End in his tiny motor, trying to make the Joyce fight.
    The Hall of Fame promoter spotted the Finchley brawler squeezed into his smart car and offered him the fight there and then.

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    Warren said: “I just saw Derek Chisora in the West End driving around in a smart car.
    “God knows how he fits in the little thing.
    “I jumped out and said ‘Oi, Joe Joyce is looking for you’. But he just smiled and drove off.”

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