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Light Heavyweight (205)
[#15] Ovince St. Preux (20-10-0) vs. [#42WW] Yushin Okami (34-10-0)
Ovince St. Preux is the All-Time #47 ranked Light Heavyweight fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Ovince St. Preux (1-2-0)
2017-04-22: W vs. [#52LHW] Marcos Rogerio de Lima (15-5-1) via Submission (Shoulder Choke) in 2:11 of round 2
2017-02-04: L vs. [#6LHW] Volkan Oezdemir (15-1-0) via SD (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
2016-10-08: L vs. [#11LHW] Jimi Manuwa (17-3-0) via TKO in 2:38 of round 2

Last 3 Fights: Yushin Okami (3-0-0)
2017-07-29: W vs. [#409WW] Andre Luis Leal Lobato (24-7-0) via UD (30-25, 30-27, 30-27)
2016-12-31: W vs. [#48MW] Paul Bradley (23-8-0) via SD (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
2016-07-24: W vs. [#457LW] Shingo Suzuki (13-11-3) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:06 of round 1

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Ovince St. Preux 154, Yushin Okami 56
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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Women Strawweight (115)
[#2/#5DD/#4P4P] Claudia Gadelha (15-2-0) vs. [#4/#10DD] Jessica Andrade (16-6-0)
Claudia Gadelha is the All-Time #22 ranked Women’s fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Claudia Gadelha (2-1-0)
2017-06-03: W vs. [#9SW] Karolina Kowalkiewicz (10-2-0) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:03 of round 1
2016-11-19: W vs. [#11SW] Cortney Casey (7-4-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
2016-07-08: L vs. [#1SW/#2DD/#1P4P] Joanna Jedrzejczyk (14-0-0) via UD (48-45, 48-46, 48-46)

Last 3 Fights: Jessica Andrade (2-1-0)
2017-05-13: L vs. [#1SW/#2DD/#1P4P] Joanna Jedrzejczyk (14-0-0) via UD (50-45, 50-44, 50-45)
2017-02-04: W vs. [#8SW] Angela Hill (7-3-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
2016-09-10: W vs. [#13FLY] Joanne Calderwood (11-3-0) via SUB in 4:38 of round 1

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Claudia Gadelha 112, Jessica Andrade 133
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: Even: Both have 1 win(s) against common opposition.
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Light Heavyweight (205)
[#78] Henrique da Silva (12-3-0) vs. [NA] Gokhan Saki (0-1-0)

Last 3 Fights: Henrique da Silva (0-3-0)
2017-06-10: L vs. [#58LHW] Ion Cutelaba (13-3-0) via KO (Punches) in 0:22 of round 1
2017-01-28: L vs. [#30LHW] Jordan Johnson (8-0-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
2016-12-17: L vs. [#70LHW] Paul Craig (9-2-0) via Submission (Armbar) in 1:59 of round 2

Last 3 Fights: Gokhan Saki (0-1-0)
2004-07-11: L vs. [*] James Zikic (21-10-2) via TKO in 0:00 of round 0

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Henrique da Silva 105, Gokhan Saki 4822
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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Posted on September 17, 2017 by jcs

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Posted on September 17, 2017 by jcs

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Editor note: This is a guest editorial by Thomas Matthews of Oddschecker.
Oddschecker are the leading odds comparison site, comparing markets across all major bookmakers to find the best odds.

Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez has the potential to rival the Joshua/Klitschko bout in April for fight of the year. The heavy hitters from Kazakhstan and Mexico respectively will go at it and most are tipping it to be a thrilling fight as opposed to the “spectacle” that was Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor last month.

But given the nature of this contest, the betting and subsequent interest in the fight has been alarmingly non-existent compared to last month’s. Oddschecker have seen an incredible disparity in the number of total bets placed, with 3,500 so far on Canelo vs. GGG compared with over 130,000 on the Mayweather McGregor show.

The round-by-round betting comparisons also give an indication of how punters are expecting the fight to go. A total of 54.3% of bets on Saturday’s fight have been on the match to be decided in round eight or further, compared with just 18.9% in Mayweather McGregor.

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Posted on September 13, 2017 by oleg

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Middleweight (185)
[*] Luke Rockhold (15-3-0, -438) vs. [#8] David Branch (21-3-0, +334)
Luke Rockhold is the All-Time #3 ranked Middleweight and #50 ranked Absolute fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Luke Rockhold (2-1-0)
2016-06-04: L vs. [#1MW/#6DD/#7P4P] Michael Bisping (30-7-0) via in 3:36 of round 1
2015-12-12: W vs. [#5MW] Chris Weidman (14-3-0) via TKO (Punches) in 3:12 of round 4
2015-04-18: W vs. [*] Lyoto Machida (22-7-0) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:31 of round 2

Last 3 Fights: David Branch (3-0-0)
2017-05-13: W vs. [#15MW] Krzysztof Jotko (19-2-0) via SD (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
2016-12-31: W vs. [#73MW] Louis Taylor (14-4-0) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:00 of round 5
2016-10-07: W vs. [#55LHW] Vinny Magalhaes (14-9-0) via UD (50-44, 50-44, 50-44)

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Luke Rockhold 469, David Branch 126
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: Even: Both have 1 win(s) against common opposition.
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Welterweight (170)
[#22] Mike Perry (10-1-0, -174) vs. [#30] Thiago Alves (22-11-0, +144)
Thiago Alves is the All-Time #17 ranked Welterweight fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Mike Perry (2-1-0)
2017-04-22: W vs. [#32WW] Jake Ellenberger (31-13-0) via KO (Elbow) in 1:05 of round 2
2016-12-17: L vs. [#51WW] Alan Jouban (15-6-0) via UD (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
2016-10-08: W vs. [#68WW] Danny Roberts (14-2-0) via in 4:40 of round 3

Last 3 Fights: Thiago Alves (1-2-0)
2017-04-08: W vs. [*] Patrick Cote (23-11-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
2016-11-12: L vs. [#23LW] Jim Miller (28-10-0) via UD (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
2015-05-30: L vs. [#14WW] Carlos Condit (30-10-0) via TKO (Doctor Stoppage) in 5:00 of round 2

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Mike Perry 147, Thiago Alves 161
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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Middleweight (185)
[#28] Anthony Smith (27-12-0, -121) vs. [#46] Hector Lombard (34-7-1, -106)
Hector Lombard is the All-Time #30 ranked Middleweight fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Anthony Smith (2-1-0)
2017-04-15: W vs. [#49MW] Andrew Sanchez (8-3-0) via KO (Head Kick and Punches) in 3:52 of round 3
2016-12-03: W vs. [#302WW] Elvis Mutapcic (15-6-1) via in 3:27 of round 2
2016-07-08: L vs. [#32MW] Cezar Ferreira (11-6-0) via UD (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Last 3 Fights: Hector Lombard (0-3-0)
2017-02-19: L vs. [#17MW] Johny Hendricks (18-7-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
2016-06-04: L vs. [*] Dan Henderson (32-15-0) via in 1:27 of round 2
2016-03-19: L vs. [#13WW] Neil Magny (19-6-0) via TKO (Punches) in 0:46 of round 3

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Anthony Smith 154, Hector Lombard 209
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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Posted on September 12, 2017 by jcs

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Whenever a big fight comes around, it gets people talking about which fights they think are the best of all time. It’s an age-old debate and mostly it is based on what bouts people have actually witnessed in their own lifetime but some go down in history for a number of reasons. Sometimes you hear fights being billed as the biggest and best of all time, before they actually take place, and that’s where we’re going to begin.

The highest grossing boxing fight of all time took place last month between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, with over $500 million generated in PPV sales alone. It was a contest which saw one of the greatest boxers of this generation take on a UFC star making his debut in the ring. It wasn’t a great fight as Mayweather just picked McGregor off to cruise to victory, but it was one thing though, extremely over hyped.

The best fights aren’t necessarily the top grossing bouts. One clash that every boxing fan will have heard of is the 1971 bout between two undefeated heavyweight champions, Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. There was a huge amount of hype surrounding the fight but it definitely lived up to expectations with Frazier coming out on top in the 15 round match up after putting Ali on the canvas twice.


Source: The Fight City

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Posted on September 11, 2017 by A. J. Riot

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Women Bantamweight Championship (135)
[#1/#1DD/#2P4P] Amanda Nunes (14-4-0, -105) vs. [#2/#4DD/#6P4P] Valentina Shevchenko (14-2-0, -120)
Amanda Nunes is the All-Time #10 ranked Women’s fighter.
Valentina Shevchenko is the All-Time #32 ranked Women’s fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Amanda Nunes (3-0-0)
2016-12-30: W vs. [#6BW] Ronda Rousey (12-2-0) via TKO (Punches) in 0:48 of round 1
2016-07-09: W vs. [*] Miesha Tate (18-7-0) via in 3:16 of round 1
2016-03-05: W vs. [#2BW/#4DD/#6P4P] Valentina Shevchenko (14-2-0) via UD (29-27, 29-28, 29-27)

Last 3 Fights: Valentina Shevchenko (2-1-0)
2017-01-28: W vs. [#7BW] Julianna Pena (8-3-0) via Submission (Armbar) in 4:29 of round 2
2016-07-23: W vs. [#4BW] Holly Holm (11-3-0) via UD (49-46, 49-46, 49-46)
2016-03-05: L vs. [#1BW/#1DD/#2P4P] Amanda Nunes (14-4-0) via UD (29-27, 29-28, 29-27)

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Amanda Nunes 253, Valentina Shevchenko 224
Previous Match-up Record: Amanda Nunes leads 1-0-0
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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Welterweight (170)
[#6] Rafael dos Anjos (26-9-0, -198) vs. [#9] Neil Magny (19-5-0, +163)
Rafael dos Anjos is the All-Time #31 ranked Absolute fighter.

Last 3 Fights: Rafael dos Anjos (1-2-0)
2017-06-17: W vs. [#30WW] Tarec Saffiedine (16-7-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
2016-11-05: L vs. [#3LW] Tony Ferguson (22-3-0) via UD (48-47, 48-47, 48-47)
2016-07-07: L vs. [#2LW/#10DD] Eddie Alvarez (28-5-0) via TKO (Punches) in 3:49 of round 1

Last 3 Fights: Neil Magny (2-1-0)
2016-12-30: W vs. [#17MW] Johny Hendricks (18-7-0) via UD (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
2016-08-20: L vs. [#16WW] Lorenz Larkin (18-6-0) via in 4:08 of round 1
2016-03-19: W vs. [#46MW] Hector Lombard (34-7-1) via TKO (Punches) in 0:46 of round 3

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Rafael dos Anjos 84, Neil Magny 253
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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Light Heavyweight (205)
[#19] Ilir Latifi (12-5-0, -131) vs. [#26] Tyson Pedro (6-0-0, +106)

Last 3 Fights: Ilir Latifi (2-1-0)
2016-09-03: L vs. [#3LHW] Ryan Bader (23-5-0) via KO (Knee) in 2:06 of round 2
2016-03-05: W vs. [#32LHW] Gian Villante (15-9-0) via UD (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
2016-01-17: W vs. [#80LHW] Sean OConnell (17-9-0) via TKO (Punches) in 0:30 of round 1

Last 3 Fights: Tyson Pedro (3-0-0)
2017-03-04: W vs. [#70LHW] Paul Craig (9-2-0) via TKO (Elbows) in 4:10 of round 1
2016-11-26: W vs. [#50LHW] Khalil Rountree (6-2-0) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 4:07 of round 1
2016-10-15: W vs. [#351LHW] Steven Warby (8-2-0) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:05 of round 1

Days Since Last Pro Fight: Ilir Latifi 371, Tyson Pedro 189
Previous Match-up Record: No previous match-ups.
Wins Against Common Opposition: No common opposition or both are winless against common opposition.
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