During the latest edition of ShowTime championship boxing, the golden boy promotions president De La Hoya publicized that Danny Garcia will be coming back to the ring on August 9 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Soon after that, it was also revealed that even Jr. Welterweight champion Lamont Peterson will also be appearing on the card in a detached bout.
Danny Garcia and Lamont Peterson to appear in separate bouts
Despite the fact that, no opponents were specified, sources say that Danny will likely be in a tune-up bout, in front of opponent like Rod Salka. There is no idea as to who Peterson will face; nevertheless, there are growling on the internet that Zab Judah former two-division world champion could get into the track. The frontrunner of both bouts could soon after be in line for Jr. Welterweight title unification. Furthermore on the card will be middleweight competitor Danny Jacobs, who will be taking on Jarrod Fletcher for the WBA middleweight title.
Marcos Maidana vs Mayweather
Marcos Rene Maidana an argentine professional boxer is heading against Mayweather is the statement stated by Alex Ariza who is the strengthening coach for WBA welterweight champion Marcos Maidana. He feels that this would be the huge clash which is going to happen on may 3rd against Mayweather after maidana’s previous fight against Adrien Broner last December. He says that maidana looks great with his excellent shape and ready for the fight ahead of the schedule.
Maidana is not that heavy at this point of training and he is trying harder to pick up more speed against Mayweather. He is trying to get much size as possible such that he can hit and punch each throws against Mayweather that hurts him and finish off with a rattle of shots. The only thing that he needs is right strategy that hits Mayweather and he should also learn from his mistakes to turn back aggressively with lot more focus
It is believed that the heavy-weight champion David Price will be returning to the ring in Berlin on March 29 where he will take on Czech Ondrej Pala.
After having faced the two-high profile losses, lately with Tony Thompson last year, the champion is upgrading his career- and now being promoted by Sauerland.
During the first round of his comeback fight in January, Istvan Ruzsinszky was knocked out by him, nevertheless Pala could afford a step up bringing a 33-4 record.
Working with American trainer Tommy Brooks, price has said that “This is the sort of fight I could do with,” “Pala is a guy who isn’t afraid to come forward and trade. We saw this when he fought Chisora. “Now it’s my turn. I’m in great shape. Everything has been going really well in the gym with Tommy. I am looking forward to getting in there and exchanging blows with this guy. I am confident that on March 29th I am going to get the job done.”
Having not fought since 2008, Riddick Bowe has announced a comeback. By taking on Wladimir Klitschko, he plans for a comeback to regain the world heavyweight title he held 20 years ago. The former two-time world heavyweight champion’s speech has been affected by a punishing career.
He has tweeted saying that "I’ll be back in the ring and once again, I’m coming for you Klitschkos- Screw all the haters"
Having claimed the title in 1992 by means of a thrilling triumph over Evander Holyfield an ex-champion, bowe went on to claim the WBO title.
"You are never too old to set a new goal or to dream a new dream," Bowe continued on the social media platform. "Why doubt me when mine is to once again be a champion?"
Bowe has reported to the boxing news saying that it would take a lot of money together with training to get