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Let the brutality begin. After arguably stealing the show in Daredevil season 2, Frank Castle returns to NYC looking for revenge on those responsible for the murder of his wife and children. That hunt leads to a grand conspiracy which Castle must take apart while staying one step ahead of the police.

As evident from this clip, we can expect this to be the most violent series Marvel has ever produced.

The release date is still confidential, but we can confirm the series will be out before the end of 2017.

 

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BeatsBoxingMayhem is providing a live stream of today’s open media workout featuring Canelo Alvarez. The Mexican star faces the biggest threat of his career when he challenges Gennady Golovkin for the middleweight title on September 16.

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BeatsBoxingMayhem is providing a live a stream of the final press conference between Adrien Broner and Mikey Garcia. Be sure to check back in tomorrow for live coverage of the weigh-in. The fight airs Saturday night on Showtime.

 

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Showtime Sports will offer a live stream as Adrien Broner and Mikey Garcia go face-to-face for the first time at a New York City press conference today to officially announce their blockbuster showdown on Saturday, July 29. Look for Garcia to go in-depth about the weight jump, and we’ll get our first idea on if Broner is keeping his weight issues in check for the big fight.

 

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Two weeks out from the big rematch, HBO’s 24/7 revisits the first encounter between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev. The fighters and trainers add their commentary, and we get some never before seen footage of the immediate locker room aftermath. Their camps also detail the strategies for victory on June 17. The fight will air on HBO pay-per-view.

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After several weeks of rumors, former champion Adrien Broner and current WBC lightweight titlist Mikey Garcia have agreed to a junior welterweight superfight at on July 29.

Broner last competed at welterweight in February, defeating Adrian Granados by split decision. His last fight at 140 pounds was a 12th round TKO win over Khabib Allakhverdiev in October 2015. Over the last five years, he’s won titles in four different weight classes.

Garcia is coming off his world title-winning effort over Dejan Zlaticanin, who was stopped in three rounds on January 28. Junior welterweight will be a new division for Garica as he’s never weighed in over 138 pounds.

Showtime will carry the fight and made the official announcement this afternoon. A venue has not been determined.


Now this is an intriguing fight. On paper, I favor the more disciplined fighter in Garcia. With the fight in less than two months out, making 140 will be a struggle for Broner. Nonetheless, The Problem will be the bigger man and has a chance if Garcia has trouble with the power differential.

If Barclays gets this fight, I might have to make the trip.

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Looks like we’re at the end of the road for Anselmo Moreno. Last night, the former super bantamweight title-holder meekly submitted to Julio Ceja after being floored in the third round from a right uppercut.

In years past, Moreno was able to keep fighters honest with the accuracy and snap of his southpaw straight left. It failed him yesterday as Ceja was able to get inside by the second, where he looked stronger in exchanges. Moreno’s balance began to look shaky and he was retreating to the ropes by the third. It was there that Ceja clipped him with a right uppercut for the knockdown.

Moreno was still conscious but took the 10 count on bended knee before walking to his corner.

The loss drops Moreno to 36-6-1, having lost four of his last five fights. His previous fight, a rematch with WBC bantamweight champ Shinsuke Yamanaka, resulted in a seventh-round TKO defeat.