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Conor Benn on Keith Thurman: That's the Main Fight I Want Out of the Whole Bunch; I'd Be Too Much for Him

Conor Benn wants a big name on his burgeoning ledger, and he knows exactly whom he would like that to be. The hard punching, rising British welterweight recently has not been shy about his desire to swap punches with a credible 147-pound contender for this next bout, possibly in July. Benn is coming off a 2nd-round demolition job of Chris van Heerden last month in Manchester, England, the latest victim in a string of over-the-hill contenders Benn has blown out.
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Keith Thurman: “It’s Very Important For Me To Come Back Strong”

Former welterweight titlist Keith Thurman has expressed frustration that Yordenis Ugas and Errol Spence are about to fight in a high profile pay per view welterweight title unification matchup this weekend while he has to sit the big fight out. “It’s frustrating,” the fighter known as “One Time” says on a Premiere Boxing Champions video, “because one of the only reasons why any of that has manifested is because Thurman has lost to Manny Pacquiao back in the summer of 2019. None of this would be able to manifest with a victory over Manny Pacquiao.”
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Ring Ratings Update: Jesse Rodriguez crashes 115, Keith Thurman returns to 147

Jesse Rodriguez (right) grew up fast during his late-notice title shot vs. veteran Carlos Cuardras on February 5 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing. 16. Feb. Keith Thurman and Daniel Jacobs returned to action in February and both acquitted themselves well considering the amount...
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Daily Bread Mailbag: Keith Thurman, Spence-Ugas, Pac-Loma, More

The Daily Bread Mailbag returns with Stephen "Breadman" Edwards tackling topics such as the International Boxing Hall of Fame, Mark Magsayo beating Gary Russell Jr, the return of Keith Thurman with his win over Mario Barrios, thoughts on Artur Beterbiev, Roy Jones Jr, Manny Pacquiao vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko, and more. (photo by Ryan Hafey)
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Keith Thurman Reacts To Errol Spence Latest Fight

One of boxing’s best fighters in the world Errol Spence of Texas goes back to work soon. But he’s in for a tremendous fight against another champion. World champion Yordenis Ugas of Cuba no less. Unbelievable matchmaking and an awesome fight. Actually this is on par if not...
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Watch: Abner Mares on Vergil Ortiz vs Keith Thurman

Many will remember Abner Mares for some of this thrilling fights with Mexican Leo Santa Cruz. Mexican-American Mares has not fought since 2018 yet but not retired either by the looks of it. He is still a keen boxing fan and speaking on one possible fight between Vergil Ortiz and...
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Keith Thurman vows to regain ‘One Time’ killer instinct, aims for the top at 147 pounds

LAS VEGAS – Has Keith Thurman lost some of his killer instinct?. Thurman (30-1, 22 KOs), who returned to the ring following a two-and-a-half-year layoff Saturday night, battered Mario Barrios (26-2-2, 17 KOs) for much of the first half of their WBC elimination matchup but wound up settling for a 12-round unanimous decision win.
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Lose to Gervonta Davis, face rearranged by Keith Thurman – what next?

Questions got raised when Mario Barrios decided to move up to 147 pounds immediately after losing to Gervonta Davis. Saturday night validated many of those queries. Barrios jumped seven pounds to take on Keith Thurman, a seasoned champion and former unified belt holder at welterweight. The result was the Texan getting his face rearranged for him and nose badly busted.
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