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    Manny Pacquiao’s coach offers $1k reward for sparring partners to floor him and has to hire security to keep fans at bay

    FREDDIE ROACH still offers a $1,000 reward for anyone who can floor Manny Pacquiao in sparring… but so far he has kept his money. And Pacquiao’s adoring fans are so eager to catch a glimpse of their hero in action, trainer Roach has had to hire security to keep them at bay.
    Manny Pacquiao with legendary trainer Freddie RoachCredit: Ryan Hafey
    Manny Pacquiao sparring in training to fight Errol Spence JrCredit: @mannypacquiao
    The legendary duo are currently preparing for their 37th fight together, 20 years since their first.
    Filipino icon Pacquiao, 42, challenges unbeaten welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr, 31, on August 21 in Las Vegas.
    And with his southpaw sparring well underway, Roach continues to promise $1,000 for anyone who can put PacMan down.
    But, as has always been the case, the Hall of Fame coach still has the cash in his pocket as he opened about the deal.
    Roach told SunSport: “Manny doesn’t know that!
    “I’ve always kept it a secret but every sparring partner I hire, I say, ‘You knock him down, I give you a thousand bucks’.
    “And I’ve kept a thousand in my pocket.”
    Pacquiao first met Roach in 2001, when he walked into his Wild Card gym as a former flyweight but unknown world champion.
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    The esteemed cornerman once described the moment as ‘the greatest day of my life’ and launched one of the most successful partnerships of all time.
    In the years since, Roach has guided Pacquiao to titles in an unprecedented EIGHT DIVISIONS.
    And the southpaw star has become a global icon due to his charitable and political work outside the boxing ring.
    Pacquiao still remains much the same person Roach met before their first fight together, when they beat Lehlohonolo Ledwaba for the super-bantamweight title.
    Little has changed when it comes to speed, explosiveness and dedication to training – but the crowd that follows him has.
    Roach said: “There’s a little more people in training camp. People love to see Manny Pacquiao and his entourage is getting a little bigger.
    “But then the first day he noticed it was getting a little crowded in the gym, he said, ‘Freddie, can we get rid of some of these people’.
    “I said, ‘Yeah, we can. These are all your people, throw them out!’ Manny cut them right in half, so training camp’s getting better as less people are watching.
    Fans in the Philippines fill up to watch Manny Pacquiao training in 2016Credit: Getty Images – Getty
    Media pile in the Wild Card gym to watch Manny Pacquiao training in 2019
    “Manny draws a lot of people to this area and so forth but I had to hire security guards and uniformed police officers that have to watch the gate and keep his people away.
    “Because it’s a pretty important fight for Manny and he’s doing really well, he’s fighting one of the best guys out there.”
    Pacquiao and Roach spent the best part of two years away from each other due to the coronavirus pandemic.
    It saw PacMan sidelined and unable to return having last fought in July 2019, when he beat Keith Thurman, 32.
    But it came as no surprise to Roach when his most famous pupil chose undefeated Spence for his comeback fight, putting a smile on the trainer’s face.
    He revealed: “I was leaning towards Mikey Garcia, maybe a little smaller, not as strong, but when he did pick Spence I did give him a call and congratulated him.
    “I love that Manny picked a real opponent and that’s one thing about Manny is he’s always going to fight the best out there.
    “We’re fighting the best again, we’re getting ready for it and I love what I see so far but we still have about four weeks to go.”
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    Jake Paul claims he will be Conor McGregor’s BIGGEST payday and reckons fight has ’90 per cent chance’ of happening

    JAKE PAUL insists he will be Conor McGregor’s BIGGEST payday and claims there is a ’90 per cent chance’ the fight happens. The YouTuber has continuously pursued a mega-money boxing match with former two-weight UFC champion McGregor.
    Jake Paul says he has a ’90 per cent chance’ of fighting Conor McGregorCredit: The Mega Agency
    Conor McGregor has continued to be called out by Jake Paul
    He recently revealed talks already underway and feels the Irishman has not got any better offers.
    And his hopes of landing his dream fight were heightened when his brother Logan, 26, faced boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, 44, in June.
    Paul, 24, told Maxim: “I’m sort of thinking about it one fight at a time.
    “Anything is possible after my brother fought Floyd Mayweather. I could fight anybody after this.
    “I think there’s a 90 per cent chance of [the McGregor fight] happening.
    “That’s the biggest fight that Conor can do. It’d be the biggest payday for him.”
    Paul first offered McGregor $50million in January, but that was before the Irishman was knocked out by Dustin Poirier, 32, the man he beat in 2014.
    The social media star then watched from cageside at UFC 264 as the trilogy bout ended in chaos.
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    McGregor, 33, broke his tibia seconds before the end of round one and was beaten by Poirier, 32, by doctor stoppage.
    He is now out for six months with a medical suspension but has undergone surgery in Los Angeles.
    It leaves Paul, who is 3-0, all by knockout, facing a further wait to fight McGregor.
    For now he is focussing on ex-UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, 39, who he fights on August 29, in his fourth and toughest fight.
    Paul said: “He’s very, very dangerous. The power always stays. We’ve seen it with Mike Tyson at [almost] 60 years old.
    “He’s hitting heavy bags and knocking them off the chains.
    “Tyron Woodley is still explosive and people forget in his last fight, he had Vicente Luque stumbling and wobbling across the cage [before he lost].
    “People can say whatever they want, but Tyron’s been boxing and striking five times as long as I have.
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    “This is a big challenge for me and I know that going into it. We’re not taking this fight lightly at all.”
    Paul has so far only beaten online rival ‘AnEsonGib’, ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 36.
    But he already has hopes of one day challenging Canelo Alvarez, 31, boxing’s pound-for-pound No1.
    Paul revealed: “He’s a killer at 168 pounds, but people forget that I naturally walk around at about 205, so there’s a big weight difference.
    “There’s a big height advantage. Canelo hasn’t fought someone who has really challenged him in the last couple of fights.
    “They’ve all been easy guys who just sort of fall on their ass. I just need to continue on the path that I’m on now.
    “Getting experience under my belt, fighting tougher and tougher people as my career goes on, continuing to stay in the gym every single day, and continuing to be the pay-per-view star that I am and selling tens of millions of dollars in pay-per-views.
    “At the end of the day, this is a business. If Canelo sees that, he’s going to want to get in on the business.”
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    Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder compared by heavyweight who has sparred BOTH and reveals strengths and weaknesses

    ANTHONY JOSHUA and Deontay Wilder’s failed fight still leaves one of the hottest debates in heavyweight boxing burning. They were unable to agree terms for what at the time would have provided fans with an undisputed title decider between two unbeaten stars.
    Anthony Joshua pictured with sparring partner Emanuel OdiaseCredit: Instagram emanuelodiase
    Emanuel Odiase after sparring Deontay WilderCredit: Instagram emanuelodiase
    Since then, Joshua has surrendered and regained his unified titles to Andy Ruiz Jr, while Wilder drew with Tyson Fury before losing the rematch.
    It has moved the heavyweight goalposts completely, with AJ now chasing a unification with Fury, who is set for a trilogy bout with the Bronze Bomber.
    And we are no closer to seeing Joshua and Wilder putting bragging rights on the line to finally determine the superior fighter after years of talks.
    But one man who knows both better than most is German amateur Emanuel Odiase, who has sparred the two.
    And Odiase opened up to SunSport about the pair and revealed their strengths and weaknesses.
    He said: “AJ is far more technically poised and gifted than Wilder, he’s a better technical fighter.
    “As far as speed, I have to say Wilder is the quickest guy that I have been in the ring with.
    “He’s the most explosive guy that I’ve ever been in the ring with when he throws the one-two.”
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    Wilder’s power is well established by now, with 41 knockouts in his 42 wins – but his deceptive speed may come as a shock.
    It certainly raised Odiase’s eyebrows – and likely his hands – after the prospect helped the ex-WBC champion in camp before rematching Fury in February 2020.
    He revealed: “The first right hand surprised me.
    “What’s good with me, I’m good on my feet, I’m always moving in, moving out, staying light on my feet like Ali did back in the day.
    “I was moving quite well but in that short moment he surprised me, I moved out, I could see it coming but it was so quick it surprised me.
    “It didn’t land clean because I’m a good mover, but his speed surprised me.”
    Wilder is considered not only the biggest punchers in the division today but potentially of all time.
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    But Joshua is no slouch to packing a punch either, with only two of his 24 wins going the cards.
    Odiase, who sparred AJ late last year, has experienced first hand the force behind both men, but not enough to separate who is the more explosive hitter.
    He explained: “It’s hard to say because I didn’t get caught cleanly by either of them, so I can’t really say.
    “One thing I will say is that Wilder has in his favour is explosiveness and quickness of the punch.
    “He makes the first step when he throws the one-two so quick, you can’t see it coming.
    “But with Joshua, I feel like he sets up his punches better, he’s got more punches in his arsenal – jabs, hooks, uppercuts and of course, the right hand.”
    Joshua, 31, had agreed terms for the first-ever, four-belt undisputed title fight with Fury.
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    But it was scrapped after Wilder, 35, took his right to a contracted trilogy bout with Fury, 32, to arbitration, and was awarded the verdict.
    He was due to rematch the Brit once more on July 24 in Las Vegas, but the Gypsy King tested positive for coronavirus.
    With a new date set for October 9, a win for Wilder would see him take back the WBC belt and with it AJ’s attention.
    It means the answer to the big question could again be right round the corner, but even Odiase is in no place to answer definitively on who he would back.
    “That’s hard to tell as styles makes fights, I couldn’t really pick a winner out of them,” Odiase said.
    “I feel like it’s unfair to say because it’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen, both are very talented but it’s just about who has the better night.
    “Both have got the power to knock each other out.”
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    Jake Paul claims he and brother Logan Paul will run for president when they turn 35 after YouTube and boxing careers

    YOUTUBER turned boxing star Jake Paul has made an audacious claim that he and brother Logan Paul will run for president in 2032.The much-maligned siblings have made millions of dollars over the past year with their high-profile clashes.
    Jake Paul has revealed he and brother Logan plan to run for US PresidentCredit: Getty
    The controversial YouTubers-turned-boxers plan to run for the White House in 2032Credit: Getty
    Jake, 24, most recently knocked out UFC star Ben Askren in an exhibition bout to stretch his pro record to 3-0 and will take on another ex-MMA ace in Tyron Woodley on August 30.
    Meanwhile his 26-year-old brother last month took the legendary Floyd Mayweather the distance in an eight-round exhibition.
    Despite their efforts, their antics both inside and outside the ropes have been blasted by a host of former boxing stars who feel they have disrespected the sport.
    But it now appears that the duo have their sights set on something much bigger than anything that can be achieved inside the ring.
    During an interview with Overtime, Jake was asked who would be more likely to become US president out of himself and Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James.
    And even though he admitted the basketballer would be more likely to be voted into the White House, he then announced his intention to run for US president when he came of age.
    He said: “I’m running for president, but I’m not even 35 yet.
    “My brother and I are running for president in 2032. That’s when we’ll be eligible.
    “We’re still figuring it out. I might be president, he might.
    “I think we’re gonna flip a coin and see who gets to be the president versus vice president.”
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    Jake added: “He’s [Logan] more PC and he’s likeable, where I’m like the villain.”
    Article II of the Constitution of the United States states that any presidential hopeful must have been born in the US to run for office.
    A potential candidate must also be at least 35 and must have been a US resident for 14 years to run.
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    Eddie Hall confirms he suffered DETACHED BICEP & has undergone surgery as fight with rival Hafthor Bjornsson called off

    EDDIE HALL revealed he has suffered a DETACHED BICEP – ruling him out of the fight against rival Hafthor Bjornsson.The Strongman turned boxer explained how he caused the detachment by throwing a “lazy left hook” while in training on Monday.
    Eddie Hall is out of his fight with rival Hafthor Bjornsson after detaching his bicep in training on Monday
    The Strongman underwent a successful operation to reattach the bicep on Thursday
    Hall posted a video of the incident and could be seen punching the ground in frustration knowing what he had done.
    But he seemed upbeat in his message to fans despite the bad news.
    That is perhaps due to the fact he had a successful operation on his bicep on Thursday, with surgeons able to reattach the bicep – and Hall can already move the muscle.
    He said on Instagram: “Little bit of bad news. On Monday I threw a bit of a lazy left hook in training and detached my bicep.
    “Good news is I had the surgery on Thursday, it was a complete success. The bicep’s reattached I’m able move it already, even after two days.
    “Bad news is the fight is going to have to be delayed, it won’t be going ahead on September 18.
    “I’m doing everything I can to recover as quickly as I can and I’m looking forward to getting back to training. I’m most looking forward to ripping Thor’s face off.”
    Hall, 33, also expressed his sadness at the development and expressed his empathy towards his fans, who were eager to see him in the ring.
    The Brit was due to face his strongman rival in September 18 in Florida, in a fight dubbed ‘The Heaviest Boxing Match in History’.
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    Opponent Thor also expressed his disappointment in a statement.
    It reads: “Super disappointed but this is not in my hands.
    “Next up is finding a new opponent so I can fight in September. I’m taking this extremely serious and I’ll be even more prepared. When Eddie is ready, I’ll be waiting.”
    Hall was crowned the World’s Strongest Man in 2017, with Bjornsson – who won the title in 2018 – accusing him of cheating.
    Last year, Bjornsson broke Hall’s deadlift world record of 500 kg (1,100 lb) by deadlifting 501 kg (1,105 lb).
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    Eddie Hall vs Hafthor Bjornsson OFF after The Beast suffers DETACHED BICEP with Thor now looking for a new opponent

    EDDIE HALL’S fight against Hafthor Bjornsson is OFF.Strongman legend Hall has confirmed he has suffered a DETACHED BICEP with Bjornsson now looking for a new opponent.
    Hafthor Bjornsson is looking for a new opponent after his fight against Eddie Hall was postponedCredit: Instagram @thorbjornsson
    Strongman legend Hall has revealed he has suffered a DETACHED BICEPCredit: Instagram @eddiehallwsm
    Brit Hall, 33, was due to face his strongman rival in September 18 in Florida, in a fight dubbed ‘The Heaviest Boxing Match in History’.
    Hall shed a staggering 6st for the bout. But he has had to pull out.
    Hall wrote on Instagram: “I’m so devastated to say I detached my bicep on Monday but Iv already got it reattached on Thursday AWAKE and recovery is going well.
    “Unfortunately this means the fight between me and Thor will be rescheduled but the fight night is still going ahead – Sept 18th – and all PPV’s will carry over and inc the rescheduled fight night also.”
    A statement from MTK read: “Eddie Hall has suffered a serious injury during training, meaning his planned September showdown against strongman rival Thor Bjornsson has been put on temporary hold.
    “But the rest of the card will go ahead as planned.
    “Thor could also remain on the card against an opponent to be announced, with work currently ongoing behind the scenes to try and make this possible.
    “CoreSports has also confirmed that anyone who purchased the PPV will see their purchase not only remain valid for when Hall vs. Thor is rescheduled, but they will also receive the original September 18 event for free.
    “Fans who have purchased tickets for the event will soon be emailed by their point of purchase, where they are given the option to keep their tickets or apply for a refund.
    “More information on the event in September, along with a new date for the showdown between Hall and Thor will be announced in due course.”
    ‘I’ll BE WAITING’
    In a statement on Instagram, Bjornsson, 32, said: “Super disappointed but this is not in my hands.
    “Next up is finding a new opponent so I can fight in September. I’m taking this extremely serious and I’ll be even more prepared. When Eddie is ready, I’ll be waiting.”
    Hall was crowned the World’s Strongest Man in 2017, with Bjornsson – who won the title a year later – accusing The Beast of cheating.
    Last year, Bjornsson broke Hall’s deadlift world record of 500 kg (1,100 lb) by deadlifting 501 kg (1,105 lb).
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    Hall weighed as heavy as 197kg (30st) in 2017 when he was at the peak of his strongman career.
    But earlier this year, he posted a side-by-side picture which revealed he was down to 161kg (25st).
    And he most recently confirmed he is down to 158kg, now at a lowest of 24st 8lb.
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    Jake Paul claims he’s in talks to fight Conor McGregor and brags “if we do fight, I’m going to knock him out”

    JAKE PAUL has claimed he is in talks to fight UFC superstar Conor McGregor – and has vowed to ‘knock him out’.The YouTube star has won all three of his professional boxing bouts so far and is set to take on former UFC champion Tyron Woodley on August 29.
    Jake Paul has continuously called out Conor McGregor throughout 2021Credit: Getty Images – Getty
    McGregor broke his leg during defeat to Dustin Poirier earlier this month
    And while Paul is focused on his fourth pro fight in one month’s time, he has also been talking up the possibility of a McGregor clash.
    The American has been trash talking the 33-year-old Irishman for a long time in an attempt to goad him into the ring.
    And he has now said that discussions are beginning to take place about the pair getting it on.
    Speaking to The Herd with Colin Cowherd, he said: “I think it will happen. Look, I mean, I’m the money fight for Conor McGregor right now.
    “There is no other fighter right now who is on a bigger level than me that is calling out Conor McGregor and wants to fight Conor.
    “Our team is in touch with his team and there’s talks of it actually happening. And people at first thought I was just joking when I said I wanted to fight him.
    “But now it’s as real as it gets, it’s more real than ever and by the way, if we do fight, I’m going to knock him out.”
    McGregor suffered an agonising defeat to Dustin Poirier in their trilogy fight earlier this month.
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    The former two-weight world champion broke his leg at the end of the first round, with a doctor’s stoppage handing Poirier the win.
    It is the second time McGregor has lost to Poirier in just six months following his second round KO loss back in January.
    Since returning to the octagon after facing legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather in 2017, McGregor has lost three of his four MMA fights.
    He was forced to submit against Khabib Nurmagomedov back in 2018, before returning 15 months later to knockout Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds.
    However, another year out the ring has been followed up by two defeats to Poirier.
    While talk of a McGregor-Paul clash rumbles on, UFC president Dana White has insisted the Irishman will get another crack at Poirier due to the circumstances of the stoppage.
    Speaking after the trilogy, the UFC boss said: “It sucks, it’s brutal. It’s not the way you want to see fights end. Dustin Poirier will fight for the title.
    “And when Conor is healed and ready to go, you do the rematch I guess. I don’t know.”
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    Jake Paul launches children’s charity to start ‘fighting back’ against bullying and vows to ‘share this beautiful sport’

    JAKE PAUL has launched a children’s charity to start ‘fighting back’ against bullying and vowed to ‘share this beautiful sport’. The YouTuber revealed ‘Boxing Bullies’, his Non-Profit Foundation, online and kickstarted his work in Puerto Rico.
    Jake Paul launched a children’s charity

    Paul, 24, posted on Instagram: “Today launching my non profit charity foundation @boxingbullies was a surreal moment and truly a dream come true.
    “Today we talked about our initiative to fight back against bullying, put the kids through a 50 minute tough boxing workout, sponsored 15 amateur fights, and gave away over 100 pairs of gloves.
    “Boxing has helped me learn so much about myself and realize what’s important in life.
    “I want to share this beautiful sport with as many kids as possible.
    “Our mission is to instill confidence, leadership, and courage in the youth through the sport of Boxing and to get Boxing gloves into to as many kids hands as possible across the world, while fighting back against the ever increasing problem of bullying and cyber bullying in our generation.”
    Paul first began boxing in 2018 and beat fellow YouTuber Deji – younger brother to British celebrity KSI – in an exhibition bout.
    But since then, he has turned professional and currently has a record of 3-0, all by knockout.
    Paul faces ex-UFC champion Woodley, 39, on Sunday, August 29 in his fourth and most challenging fight to date.
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    But has so far beaten only limited opposition since his January 2020 debut.
    That includes against online rival ‘AnEsonGib’, ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 36, a renowned grappler.
    But he will be tested like never before against Woodley, who reigned the UFC welterweight division from 2016-2018 but is without a win in three years.
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