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Tyson Fury vows to 'roast' Francis Ngannou after Anthony Joshua fight with the UFC champion taunting the Gyspsy King over his wounds from Otto Wallin fight as the heavyweights tease an MMA-boxing crossover

Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou have teased a heavyweight mega-fight after the UFC champion responded to the Gypsy King's claim that he would be 'easy work' after he beats Anthony Joshua. Ngannou was crowned heavyweight champion last month after avenging his 2018 defeat to Stipe Miocic in Las Vegas, completing...
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Otto Wallin Willing To Explore Possible Fight With Dillian Whyte

Heavyweight contender Otto Wallin is very willing to face Dillian Whyte in the United States. Last Saturday night, Whyte avenged his knockout loss in August of 2020, when he stopped Alexander Povetkin in the fourth round of their rematch, which took place in Gibraltar. After the fight, Whyte's promoter, Eddie...
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Otto Wallin expecting a close fight when Anthony Joshua faces Tyson Fury

Sweden's Otto Wallin shared 12 hard rounds with Tyson Fury. How does he think his old rival will cope with Anthony Joshua. Otto Wallin is well-positioned to provide Anthony Joshua with insights regarding Tyson Fury. In September 2019, Wallin extended Fury the 12 round distance in a valiant effort that eventually saw him lose on the scorecards. With speculation rife that the Brit pair are set to meet in a gigantic heavyweight unification clash, the Swede expects an explosive encounter when the long-awaited battle finally occurs.
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Fury beats Joshua – says Otto Wallin, predicting winner

By Charles Brun: The big 6’6″ Swedish heavyweight Otto Wallin is picking Tyson Fury to defeat Anthony Joshua in their long-awaited undisputed clash in June. It’s unclear whether Wallin is siding with Fury because he lost to him in 2019 or if he truly believes he can beat Joshua. Wallin...
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Otto Wallin: I'm Not There Yet, But I'm Getting Better, Improving With Every Fight

UNCASVILLE, Connecticut – Otto Wallin wasn’t completely pleased with how he performed last month. The Swedish southpaw defeated Dominic Breazeale pretty easily, yet Wallin didn’t do quite enough to convince himself that he is where he needs to be on his journey toward a heavyweight title shot. The 6-feet-5, 240-pound Wallin boxed well, landed countless left hands and battered Breazeale for much of their 12-round fight, which he won comfortably on all three scorecards at Mohegan Sun Arena (118-110, 117-111, 116-112).
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Otto Wallin: I'd Love a Shot at Wilder, Joshua, Fury, Ruiz

Swedish heavyweight contender Otto Wallin (22-1, 14 KO) continued to build his reputation as one of boxing’s best big men this past Saturday (February 20) by defeating division rival Dominic Breazeale via one-sided unanimous 12-round decision. The fight, nationally televised on SHOWTIME, saw Wallin out-work and out-land Breazeale 232-91, including 41.5% of his power punches.
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Otto Wallin makes case for world title shot

Swedish heavyweight contender Otto Wallin (22-1, 14 KO) continued to build his reputation as one of boxing’s best big men this past Saturday (February 20) by defeating division rival Dominic Breazeale via a one-sided unanimous 12-round decision. The fight, nationally televised on SHOWTIME, saw Wallin out-work and out-land Breazeale 232-91, including 41.5% of his power punches.
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Otto Wallin outclasses Dominic Breazeale to win wide decision

Otto Wallin looked like a threat to any heavyweight on Saturday night. Wallin, who made his name in a competitive setback against Tyson Fury, outboxed Dominic Breazeale to win a one-sided decision and bolster his credentials as a legitimate contender on the Adrien Broner-Jovanie Santiago card in Uncasville, Conn. Wallin...
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Otto Wallin Batters Dominic Breazeale, Wins Lopsided Unanimous Decision

UNCASVILLE, Connecticut – Otto Wallin joined some elite company Saturday night. The Swedish southpaw isn’t as powerful as Deontay Wilder or Anthony Joshua, but he became just the third heavyweight to defeat Dominic Breazeale. Wallin battered Breazeale for much of their 12-rounder and easily beat Breazeale on the scorecards in the second of three fights Showtime televised from Mohegan Sun Arena.
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Results / Photos: Broner Defeats Santiago; Otto Wallin outpoints Breazeale

Former four-division world champion Adrien “The Problem” Broner returned from his two-year hiatus from boxing with a unanimous decision victory over Jovanie Santiago in the main event of Saturday night’s SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast, live on SHOWTIME from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., in a Premier Boxing Champions event.
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Otto Wallin batters Dominic Breazeale, wins by wide decision

Otto Wallin outworks Dominic Breazeale over 12 rounds. Big Sweetish heavyweight Otto Wallin, who troubled heavyweight champion Tyson Fury 17 months ago, outworked even bigger Dominic Breazeale to win a 12 round unanimous decision at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn Saturday night. The scores were 116-112, 117-111, and 118-110.
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Dominic Breazeale On Otto Wallin: I Definitely Plan On Knocking His Ass Out!

UNCASVILLE, Connecticut – Dominic Breazeale didn’t dwell on his devastating defeat to Deontay Wilder. Breazeale didn’t hesitate, either, when Al Haymon offered Otto Wallin as his opponent for Breazeale’s first fight since Wilder knocked him out in the first round in May 2019. Changing trainers, from Virgil Hunter to Abel Sanchez, and preparing differently has boosted Breazeale’s confidence entering a 12-round heavyweight fight Showtime will air Saturday night from Mohegan Sun Arena.