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Fury: I'll fight all the heavyweights.

Tyson Fury admits he is aiming for warm-up fights before taking on all of the heavyweight boxers.

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Vargas returns, dominates Herrera.

In his first fight since losing to Manny Pacquiao in November 2016, Jessie Vargas rolls to a one-sided unanimous decision against Aaron Herrera.

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Can Saunders overcome Lemieux?

ESPN's Steve Bunce shares his thoughts on whether Billy Joe Saunders can beat David Lemieux to retain his title in Canada.

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Bunce: Fury can be champion in 2018.

ESPN's Steve Bunce believes Tyson Fury can follow in the footsteps of Mike Tyson and become a champion on his return to boxing.

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Could 2018 see Fury return against Parker?

Steve Bunce believes 2018 could see the return of Tyson Fury to fight Joseph Parker after the Kiwi beat his cousin Hughie.

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Fury: Joshua not on my Christmas card list.

Tyson Fury admits he won't be sending Anthony Joshua a christmas card and if a fight between them materialises it will be on his terms.

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After months of delicate negotiations behind the scenes, the WBC has agreed to allow light heavyweight world champion Adonis Stevenson (29-1, 24 KOs), 40, of Montreal, to make another step-aside deal with longtime mandatory challenger Eleider “Storm” Alvarez (23-0, 11 KOs), 33, of Montreal, in order to face former super middleweight titleholder Badou Jack (22-1-2, 13 KOs), 34, of Las Vegas, who has moved up in weight, in early 2018, a source with knowledge of the deal told ESPN on Wednesday. Alvarez, meantime, has been ordered to face Ukrainian contender Oleksandr Gvozdyk (14-0, 12 KOs), 30, for the vacant interim title. The WBC will then mandate that the Stevenson-Jack winner face the Alvarez-Gvozdyk winner. Stevenson has not made a mandatory defense since stopping Toney Bellew in 2013. Alvarez has been Stevenson’s mandatory challenger since a majority decision win over Isaac Chilemba in November 2015 but has fought four times since awaiting the title shot.

Dan Rafael, ESPN Senior Writer

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Horn: Still a lot to prove to the Americans.

WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn talks after defeating Gary Corcoran by technical knockout in Brisbane.

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Horn stays undefeated with Corcoran TKO.

Jeff Horn defends his WBO Welterweight title after stopping Gary Corcoran in the eleventh round.

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Jeff Horn says he wonders if he will ever have an easy fight again after having to work hard to retain his world title against Gary Corcoran.

Jake Michaels, ESPN Assistant Editor
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Horn willing to take on Crawford next.

Jeff Horn says it is a "big possibility" that his next bout will be against Terrence Crawford if that's what fans want.

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Horn stops Corcoran in the 11th round.

Jeff Horn defends his WBO Welterweight title after referee Benjy Esteves stops the fight due to Gary Corcoran's bloody left eye.

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Horn catches Corcoran on the ropes.

Jeff Horn unleashes a barrage of shots that nearly sends Gary Corcoran through the ropes in the tenth round.

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Corcoran pawing at Horn's eye.

Gary Corcoran's confidence grows after Jeff Horn's left eye starts to bleed.

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Corcoran misses Horn wildly.

Gary Corcoran tries to land a wild left-handed punch on Jeff Horn who sneaks inside with an uppercut in the final moments of the fourth round.

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