SHAKE UP AT THE TOP OF USA HEAVY DIVISION
The American Boxing Association has released the March 2020 Update 3 days early due to a major upset to the status quo in the heavyweight division. After years of bottle necking it finally looks like American Boxing may get an injection of excitement in the years to come. The question for us still remains. Who will be the first professional boxing national champion in the United States.
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BYE BYE MISS AMERICAN PIE
The Gypsy King dethrones the Bronze Bomber and dashes America's Dream of a the prophesied unified World Champion. Destroying the dream of the top boxer in the USA and freeing up the division that has been deadlocked for way too long. Deontay Wilder has been on a mission to be the undisputed champion and unify the division. It last happened in 1999, and the last person to do that was Lennox Lewis. The last American to hold the Title was Tommy Morrison. Who will be the next American to be the World's undisputed Heavyweight Champion?
Heading into his last bout, Fury was number one and Wilder was number two. This meant that the vacant Ring Magazine title could be on the line.
However, following the result Wilder has dropped below two more UK heavyweights while Fury has been elevated to champion status.
Their website explains: “The Ring ratings are compiled by the magazine’s Editorial Board, with the participation of the Ring Ratings Panel of boxing journalists from around the world.”
ANDY RUIZ IS #1 in ABA Rankings
Andrés Ponce "Andy" Ruiz Jr. (born September 11, 1989) is an American professional boxer of Mexican descent. He is a former unified heavyweight champion, having defeated Anthony Joshua to win the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles in 2019, only to lose them in a rematch with Joshua six months later. In doing so, Ruiz became the first male boxer of Mexican heritage to become a world heavyweight champion.
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