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Jeff 'The Hornet' Horn has shed 4.1 kilograms in less than 24 hours to make weight at 66.52 kilograms.

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Junior lightweight world champion Vasiliy Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux both were randomly tested by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association during the lead up to their fight on Saturday night at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, and both had their final tests come back negative on Monday. Lomachenko toyed with Rigondeaux from start until finish – when Rigondeaux quit on his stool after the sixth round – to retain his title for the fourth time in the first-ever professional fight between two-time Olympic gold medalists.

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An impressive Vasyl Lomachenko against a weak Guillermo Rigondeux.

In Habla la Leyenda they analyze what happened the fight between the ukrainian boxer and the cuban boxer.

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Former welterweight titleholder Kell Brook, who suffered a broken orbital bone on each side of his face in his past two fights, will return March 3. He’s moving up to junior middleweight and will face Sergey Rabchenko (29-2, 22 KOs), 31, of Belarus, at the FlyDSA Arena in Brook’s hometown of Sheffield, England, Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn announced Monday. Brook (36-2, 25 KOs), 31, has been idle since May 27, when Errol Spence Jr. broke his orbital bone and took his belt by 11th-round knockout. In his previous fight, in September 2016, Brook jumped up two divisions to challenge Gennady Golovkin for his middleweight title and was stopped in the fifth round, also suffering a broken orbital bone on the other side of his face. “The Spence defeat cut deep and it took me some time to come to terms with it but now I'm back with a new challenge at 154 pounds,” Brook said. “I believe I will be stronger and better than ever in the division and my focus now is on becoming a two-weight two-time world champion. Rabchenko is a dangerous fight for the return but I want to jump straight back in at world level and I think out styles will gel for an electric fight. I'm already deep in camp and I can't wait to feel the atmosphere again in my hometown on March 3.”

Dan Rafael, ESPN Senior Writer

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Corcoran brands Horn a 'dirty fighter.'

Gary Corcoran and his trainer Frank Greaves have branded Jeff Horn a 'dirty fighter' after they believe the Australian headbutts his opponents in fights.

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Jeff Horn briefly explains how he will win Wednesday night's fight against Gary Corcoran before the pair take part in the traditional stare down.

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Gary Corcoran's trainer Frank Greaves claims Jeff Horn is a "dirty fighter" and has an unusual way of proving that to the media.

Jake Michaels, ESPN Assistant Editor
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Ricky Hatton exclusive: 'Tyson Fury will shock the world.'

Having trained in his gym, Ricky Hatton believes Tyson Fury has what it takes to beat Anthony Joshua.

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Lomachenko didn't have mucho to say about Guillermo Rigondeaux's left hand injury. "If you need to win. If you want to fight, you'll die in the ring."

Andres Ferrari, ESPN Editor
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Vasyl Lomachenko said he doesn't consider himself the fighter of the year because his victories in 2017 haven been "big fights."

Andres Ferrari, ESPN Editor
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Vasyl Lomachenko said he knew Guillermo Rigondeaux's strategy after two rounds.

Andres Ferrari, ESPN Editor
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Atlas argues with Stephen A. about fighters' responsibilities.

Teddy Atlas defends the human nature of fighters while Stephen A. Smith argues he's trying to justify Rigondeaux quitting.

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Rigondeaux says he hurt his hand.

Guillermo Rigondeaux explains that the reason he gave up against Vasyl Lomachenko was that he hurt his hand and couldn't continue.

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Lomachenko: My new nickname is 'No Mas-chenko.'

Vasyl Lomachenko reacts to retaining the WBO Junior Lightweight Title by TKO after Guillermo Rigondeaux gave up after round 6.

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