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4hDan Rafael

Scorecard: Fury ends Klitschko's heavyweight reign

After dominating the division for more than a decade, 39-year-old Wladimir Klitschko was dethroned by Tyson Fury in a fight where Klitschko looked every bit his age.

Tyson Fury calls Klitschko's camp 'cheats' (2:33)
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2hDan Rafael

DeGale: 'I am peaking now'

Super middleweight titlist James DeGale made the first defense against Lucian Bute on Saturday. Now his goal is to unify the belts at 168 pounds.

Daniel Jacobs overcoming adversity (2:59)
Peter Quillin: I'm a fighter (1:35)
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1dDan Rafael

Fury ends Klitschko reign as heavyweight champ

Tyson Fury wrested the world heavyweight title from Wladimir Klitschko in a 12-round unanimous decision in Germany. It was Klitschko's first defeat since April 2004.

9hNick Parkinson

Fury and the best of British gypsy kings

Tyson Fury became a heavyweight champion of the world with his unanimous points victory over Wladimir Klitschko, with victory seeing him join a long list of British gypsy ring heroes.

Fury: Klitschko put up a great fight (1:23)
Fury and Klitschko expect a rematch (0:31)
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2dBrian Campbell

DeGale edges Bute to defend title

In his first title defense, James DeGale fought off a resurgent Lucian Bute to claim a unanimous decision in front of an electrifying crowd Saturday at Centre Videotron in Quebec City.

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8hBrian Campbell

Charlo overpowers Campfort for TKO win

Junior middleweight titlist Jermall Charlo gave home state fans something to cheer about by overwhelming Wilky Campfort in a four-round TKO victory Saturday in Dallas.

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3dDan Rafael

Bute looking to win back belt against DeGale

Montreal star Lucian Bute will welcome super middleweight titlist James DeGale to Canada looking to regain the belt he lost against Carl Froch more than three years ago.

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3dBrian Campbell

DeGale: 'I love pressure and I thrive on it'

James DeGale has prided himself on being a fighter who will go anywhere and face anybody to prove he's the best. That's why he's walking into Lucian Bute's backyard to defend his 168-pound title.

2dPA Sport

Fury promises to sing if he beats Klitschko

Tyson Fury plans to give chief supporter Rod Stewart a run for his money as soon as he is finished with world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday night.

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2dDan Rafael

Klitschko having the time of his life

Heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko has dominated one opponent after another, and he is aiming to keep it going when he defends the title against Great Britain's Tyson Fury on Saturday.

Klitschko and Fury's war of words (2:15)
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3dDan Rafael

Charlo ready for first defense against Campfort

Jermall Charlo may have waited a long time to get his junior middleweight title but he is wasting little time in returning for his first defense. Charlo will face Wilky Campfort on Saturday.

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Crawford waiting on Pacquiao decision

Junior welterweight titlist Terence Crawford remains on the short list to become Manny Pacquiao's next -- and potentially last -- opponent in April.

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5dBrian Campbell

Lara keeps belt with 3rd-round TKO of Zaveck

Cuban junior middleweight champ Erislandy Lara defended his title with a third-round win over former welterweight titlist Jan Zaveck.

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ESPN3 replay: Lara defends title

Watch as junior middleweight titlist Erislandy Lara stops Jan Zaveck via third-round TKO in the main event of a PBC on ESPN card from Hialeah, Florida.

A rain delay in boxing? Yup. (0:32)
5dNigel Collins

Collins: The contrast between boxing and risking it all

As evidenced by the conflicting performances from Guillermo Rigondeaux and Francisco Vargas last Saturday, our greatest heroes in boxing are always at risk, or they wouldn't be heroes.

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5dNick Parkinson

Haye: Fury has 1 in 20 chance of beating Klitschko

David Haye has given fellow Briton Tyson Fury a one in 20 chance of pulling off an upset against world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday.

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P4P rankings: Alvarez makes waves

With his impressive victory over Miguel Cotto on Saturday, newly crowned middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez made a jump in ESPN's pound-for-pound rankings.

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5dDan Rafael

Chat wrap: Dan Rafael talks boxing

Senior writer Dan Rafael answers your questions recapping Cotto-Canelo, previewing Wednesday's PBC on ESPN card and much more.

5dBrian Campbell

Chat wrap: Brian Campbell talks boxing

Boxing editor Brian Campbell stops by to chat about the latest news, including Canelo Alvarez's victory over middleweight champion Miguel Cotto.

Making The Rounds (4:14)
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Lara primed for big things in 2016

Junior middleweight titlist Erislandy Lara prepares to defend his belt on Wednesday against experienced Jan Zaveck, but he's already thinking about next year.

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ESPN3 replay: Cotto-Alvarez weigh-in

Watch as middleweight champion Miguel Cotto and former junior middleweight titlist Canelo Alvarez hit the scales for Saturday's fight in Las Vegas.


Dan Rafael @danrafaelespn

Correction: Shafikov-Barthelemy was always Spike main 12/18. New co-feature now. If you don't know what I'm talking about read my timeline.

Dan Rafael @danrafaelespn

I'm told Dec. 18 Spike PBC main event of Shumenov-Wlodarczyk is off due to Shumenov eye injury. Shafikov-Barthelemy moves up to main event.

Fury calls Klitschko's camp 'cheats'

Tyson Fury told reporters in England he refused to drink water after beating Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday for fear of being drugged. "I went home dehydrated before I even touched anything, I was so frightened of being drug tested and failing the drugs test," said Fury, the new world heavyweight champ.