Kash Ali disqualified for biting David Price in bizarre heavyweight bout

Kash Ali faces a lengthy ban from boxing after being disqualified for biting his opponent David Price during their contest in Liverpool Kash Ali faces a lengthy ban from boxing after being disqualified for biting David Price during their all-British heavyweight contest in Liverpool. The incident happened in round five when Price, 35, landed a fierce blow on the 27-year-old previously undefeated Birmingham fighter. Ali reacted by forcing his former sparring partner to the canvas where he was seen to bite the Liverpudlian, leaving a clearly visible mark on his torso. The referee, Mark Lyson, who had earlier docked Ali a point for hitting the back of Prices head, immediately disqualified him and awarded the victory to Price, who had …

Errol Spence Jr overwhelms Mikey Garcia in pound-for-pound showdown

Errol Spence Jr defended his welterweight title with a one-sided beatdown of previously unbeaten Mikey Garcia Errol Spence Jr successfully defended his IBF world welterweight title for the third time, unanimously outpointing previously undefeated challenger Mikey Garcia on Saturday night. Garcia moved up two weight classes to take on Spence and took a pounding though he never went down. Garcia, obviously worn out, spent the later rounds blocking punches instead of throwing them. Spence improved to 25-0 after all three judges awarded him every round. One card was 120-107, and the other two were 120-108. It was the first time Spence had to go the distance in his last 12 fights. Garcia, who moved up from 135 to 147 pounds …

Why a Joshua-Wilder unification fight in 2019 has moved a step closer | Kevin Mitchell

Eddie Hearns Matchroom has connections with the streaming site DAZN and if the latter signs up Deontay Wilder then a heavyweight unifying bout could be on the table Eddie Hearns assertion that there is a brilliant chance Anthony Joshua will fight Deontay Wilder in November or December, unifying the heavyweight title for the first time since Lennox Lewis owned the division nearly two decades ago, is the best news boxing has had in a long while. The sport and the business need an undisputed heavyweight champion. And confused fans want someone they can identify with as the best fighter in the world, without argument, someone who can rule for more than a few fights like it used to be in …