sport news Evander Holyfield's return at 58 is boxing's most depressing show but it's a ...

sport news Evander Holyfield's return at 58 is boxing's most depressing show but it's a ...
sport news Evander Holyfield's return at 58 is boxing's most depressing show but it's a ...
A SIDEWAYS GLANCE AT THE WEEK: Evander Holyfield's return at the age of 58 is boxing's most depressing show but there are plenty of contenders in that field Evander Holyfield will return to the ring at the age of 58 to fight Vitor Belfort He replaced Oscar De La Hoya who contracted Covid a week before the fight Former president Donald Trump and his son will be on the mic for commentary David Haye will also return to the ring to fight on the undercard on Saturday 

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No doubt they will curse this fling with fate. But hang in there, battle-weary boxing fans. Better days do lie over the horizon.

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Anthony Joshua v Oleksandr Usyk (September 25) is a fascinating match-up, and the trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder (October 9) promises more fun and fireworks.

Yes, the one we all want remains out of reach, but let’s be frank — now’s the time to gobble up any crumbs of optimism after this week that was.

Evander Holyfield is returning to the ring at the age of 58 to fight Vitor Belfort on Saturday

Evander Holyfield is returning to the ring at the age of 58 to fight Vitor Belfort on Saturday

Only eight days have passed since 18-year-old Jeanette Zacarias Zapata died following a stoppage defeat. And yet already tragedy is being crowded out by farce.

In Arizona on Friday night, Oscar Valdez will put up his world super-featherweight title against Robson Conceicao, despite testing positive for a banned substance last month.

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