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Can Pacquiao come back from the Brutal KO?

Manny Pacquiao may have been a loser last weekend, falling victim to Juan Manuel Marquez, but Pac-Man talk is still dominating the boxing world.… Discuss on Facebook....

Deontay Wilder exclusive - America, welcome to the Bomb Squad


Undefeated heavyweight contender Deontay Wilder (26-0-26KO) dropped a right hand last night that sent Kelvin Price crashing to the ground like a 200 ft Oak tree.  Wilder remains undefeated with a perfect record, all wins coming by way of knockout.

Wilder was the only American to medal in the 2008 Olympic games, winning Bronze.  He's strung together 26 wins now, and is ready to become a boxing household name.  Deontay joined me today on the 8CN Podcast and talked about last night's victory, and his future.


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