Suggestions...

BETFRED Announced as Official Sponsor of Wilder-Fury 2 in La...

The World’s largest independent bookmaker Betfred will be an official sponsor of the biggest fight

Gloves Up Knives Down Launches Preventive Intervention Schem...

Charity ‘Gloves Up Knives Down’ today officially launched its ‘Preventive Intervention’ sche

Zach Parker and Rohan Murdock Clash on Quigg-Carroll Underca...

Zach Parker and Rohan Murdock, the No.1 and No.2 ranked Super-Middleweights with the WBO, will clash

Ellie Scotney Signs with Matchroom Boxing

Ellie Scotney has signed a long-term promotional deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing and

Inoue-Casimero Unification Confirmed For April 25

A five-foot-five-inch, 118-pound Japanese monster is ready to take over the Las Vegas Strip. WBA/IBF

Isaac Chamberlain Signs with Hennessy Sports

London cruiserweight hotshot Isaac Chamberlain has signed a long-term promotional agreement with pro

Mikey Garcia Targeting Second World Title Shot at Welterweig...

Mikey Garcia says he will prove he can win a World title at Welterweight and become a five-weight W

Caleb Plant Takes On Vincent Feigenbutz in IBF World Title D...

Caleb Plant will be making the second defence of his IBF super-middleweight championship against hea

Ritson To Face Former World Champion Vazquez On April 4

Lewis Ritson will clash with former long-reigning World Champion Miguel Vazquez on a huge night o

0

While the beef between Paulie Malignaggi and Conor McGregor seems to be growing by the day, another eye witness has come forward.

Malignaggi left McGregor’s training camp after photos were leaked from the sparring session between the two. The American wasn’t happy that the images only showed him receiving punches and laying on the canvas.

He then went on various sports shows and blasted McGregor. Malignaggi claimed that the Irishman was losing to him in sparring and this irritated McGregor.

Tiernan Bradley, another sparring partner, who was there when it all went down has published his side of the story. And it’s certainly different compared to Malignaggi’s. Apparently, it was Conor who got the upper hand.

Continue Reading