Shumenov: ‘Getting Cleverly proving difficult’

WBA light-heavyweight champion Beibut Shumenov has expressed his frustration at his inability to pin down WBO titleholder Nathan Cleverly to a unification clash.

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Shumenov wants unification with Cleverly

WBA light-heavyweight champion Beibut Shumenov has declared his interest in facing WBO titleholder Nathan Cleverly in a unification fight in Las Vegas.

Shumenov set a light-heavyweight record when he captured the title after only 10 professional fights last year and the Kazakhstani national has called for the promoters to make the fight happen in the boxing capital

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Marquez: ‘I’ll fight Pacquiao again but not in Vegas’

Juan Manuel Marquez has declared that he will only return to the ring for a rematch with Manny Pacquiao but only on his terms, saying he’ll retire if the fight doesn’t materialise.

After many in the media disagreed with the judges’ decision to award the fight to Pacquiao, the Mexican confirmed he would be up for a fourth fight but only in a venue outside of Las Vegas.

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Mayweather lawsuit dismissed

A Nevada judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a nightclub bouncer against Floyd Mayweather that alleged the champion boxer and his entourage became violent after they were ID'd at a Las Vegas hotspot.

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Montiel vs Donaire press conference

Top Rank unveiled its first mega-fight of the New Year yesterday; with WBC and WBO bantamweight champ Fernando Montiel defending his titles against Nonito Donaire on February 19 at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas.

Mayweather sued by his homeowners association

The problems keep mounting for Floyd Mayweather: now the homeowner association for the Las Vegas residential community in which he resides is suing him.

Southern Highlands Estates filed a complaint Tuesday in Clark County District Court seeking $10,000 in damages and an injunction against the 33-year-old Mayweather.

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