Deontay Wilder vs. Gerald Washington live streaming results: Online results and discussion

Get live results and discussion here for PBC on Fox headlined by Deontay Wilder. Tonight, PBC presents their latest card and their return to Fox. For the Fox show, PBC is turning to the Heavyweight division and the always KO ready Bronze Bom…

Get live results and discussion here for PBC on Fox headlined by Deontay Wilder.

Tonight, PBC presents their latest card and their return to Fox. For the Fox show, PBC is turning to the Heavyweight division and the always KO ready Bronze Bomber.

In the main event, WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder defends his belt against the unheralded and over-matched Gerald Washington. The fight is a return for Wilder from injury – hopefully this is just a tune-up to bigger fights for the champion later this year. Washington is a fighter in over his head here, so look for this fight to be a showcase for Wilder, hopefully answering questions about where he stands in the wake of his injuries, and ideally extending his huge KO percentage in dramatic fashion along the way.

The televised card also features Tony Harrison vs. Jarret Hurd in a very good Super Welterweight fight that should open up more opportunities for the winner.

Premier Boxing Champions Wilder vs. Washington airs live on Fox tonight, Saturday, February 25 with a fight time of 8:00 p.m. ET. We will have live results and discussion right here. For more on the fight, check out our fight breakdown, and be sure to visit our colleagues at Bad Left Hook.

PBC WILDER VS. WASHINGTON RESULTS
Deontay Wilder vs. Gerald Washington
Tony Harrison vs. Jarret Hurd
Dominic Breazeale def. Izu Ugonoh, KO R5

Jason King: ‘I See The Fight With David Suter Ending in a Stoppage’

Jason King doesn’t plan on moping around due to suffering a knockout loss in his last fight. Instead, “The Asian Persuasion” returns to action at Valor Fights 41 on March 18 against David Suter. The event takes place inside the Evolution Sports Gym in Elizabethton, Tennessee. In his last bout at Valor Fights 38, King was […]

Jason King doesn’t plan on moping around due to suffering a knockout loss in his last fight. Instead, “The Asian Persuasion” returns to action at Valor Fights 41 on March 18 against David Suter. The event takes place inside the Evolution Sports Gym in Elizabethton, Tennessee. In his last bout at Valor Fights 38, King was […]

Dana White Comments on Mayweather-McGregor Talks, UFC Star’s Next Fight

In an interview with TMZ Sports on Friday, UFC President Dana White revealed that little progress has been made regarding a potential fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
As seen in the following video, White said, “We’re nowhere,” whe…

In an interview with TMZ Sports on Friday, UFC President Dana White revealed that little progress has been made regarding a potential fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr.

As seen in the following video, White said, “We’re nowhere,” when asked about negotiations between the sides:

Both McGregor and Mayweather have expressed interest in striking a deal to box each other, but Mayweather tweeted on Feb. 14 that no terms have been agreed upon:

While it remains unclear if or when McGregor and Mayweather will lock horns, White believes he knows what the UFC lightweight champion’s next fight will be.

White said he expects it to be an MMA encounter in the UFC against the winner of the lightweight tilt between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson at UFC 209 on March 4.

The UFC president’s comments are in direct conflict with McGregor’s views, however, as the 28-year-old told MMA Fighting’s Ariel Helwani (h/t Mike Bohn of MMAJunkie.com) on Jan. 28 that his next fight will be against Mayweather.

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Valentina Shevchenko: ‘Amanda Nunes is Looking For Any Kind of Reason to Avoid Fight’

Valentina Shevchenko believes Amanda Nunes is looking for a way out of their title bout. The No. 1 ranked Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s bantamweight is likely to get the next shot at Nunes’ championship. UFC President Dana White said Shevchenko’s submission win over Julianna Pena earned her the next 135-pound title shot. “Bullet” and […]

Valentina Shevchenko believes Amanda Nunes is looking for a way out of their title bout. The No. 1 ranked Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s bantamweight is likely to get the next shot at Nunes’ championship. UFC President Dana White said Shevchenko’s submission win over Julianna Pena earned her the next 135-pound title shot. “Bullet” and […]

Dan Hardy Isn’t Worried About Legal Action From Bellator For ‘Fixed’ Fight Allegations

Former UFC welterweight title challenger Dan Hardy isn’t worried about any legal beef with Bellator MMA. Earlier last month (Sat. January 21, 2017) Bellator 170 played host to a colossal main event between former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz and Chael Sonnen. The fight between the two lasted just over two minutes as Ortiz

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Former UFC welterweight title challenger Dan Hardy isn’t worried about any legal beef with Bellator MMA.

Earlier last month (Sat. January 21, 2017) Bellator 170 played host to a colossal main event between former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz and Chael Sonnen. The fight between the two lasted just over two minutes as Ortiz submitted ‘The Bad Guy’ via rear-naked choke, however, many began questioning the fight’s authenticity as it looked rather rehearsed.

One man who shared those sympathies was Hardy, who took to Twitter to accuse the fight of being ‘fixed’, sparking a legal threat from promotion President Scott Coker. Hardy got the opportunity to respond to those threats during an appearance at Cage Warriors 80 in London this weekend (quotes via MMA Junkie), to which he simply laughed off Coker’s comments:

“There’s been nothing,” he said. “I made my stance clear. I put out a very flippant tweet. Sometimes I forget I’m a UFC analyst, and I think I’m just an MMA fan, and my first gut instinct is just to put out something stupid and kind of funny to get a reaction.

“I was disappointed in Chael’s performance. That was the bottom line. And I went on Ariel (Helwani)’s show, I went on a few others and discussed it, and made my point clear.”

Hardy stated that his true disappointment in the contest lied with Sonnen, who he doesn’t believe showed up to fight that night. He also was disappointed for Ortiz who didn’t get the chance to test himself against the best possible version of Sonnen inside the cage:

“I think Bellator (officials) know that I wasn’t attacking them directly,” Hardy said. “I don’t think they had any kind of involvement. Personally the onus falls on Chael because he just didn’t show up to fight, in my opinion.

“And I was disappointed for Tito, as well. Obviously he got the win that he wanted, but I think he was disappointed that Chael didn’t give him the fight he’d showed up for. Tito looked in great shape.”

One other frustration that Hardy has with Bellator is their habit of pitting older names in the main event of their shows and not promoting their younger rising talents such as Michael ‘Venom’ Page. Hardy believes Bellator is taking the right step to correct this with the upcoming bout between Paul Daley and Rory MacDonald:

“The other thing that frustrates me, as well, is Bellator have got so much talent on their roster,” he said. “Why are we watching these old relics battle it out in main events? I want to see the talented fighters that they’ve already got competing.

“I mean, (Paul Daley vs. Rory MacDonald) is a great fight. What a great fight. (Michael Page), we need to see more of that kid. We need to see him matched up against contenders that we know their status (so) we know where they’re at. I think they’ve got talent on their roster that they need to push more. And I know that they’re trying to bring in their markets with their big old names, but they don’t get the performances out of those big old names, especially with them reaching 40. They’re just not on their game any more.”

What do you make of Hardy’s comments?

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Dana White Reveals Who Conor McGregor’s Next Opponent Will Be

Dana White already knows who he wants Conor McGregor to fight upon his Octagon return. The UFC President recently caught up with TMZ earlier today (Sat. February 25, 2017) to talk what McGregor’s next move will be upon all the hype behind a possible boxing match against Floyd Mayweather. The cameraman asked White about Freddie

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Dana White already knows who he wants Conor McGregor to fight upon his Octagon return.

The UFC President recently caught up with TMZ earlier today (Sat. February 25, 2017) to talk what McGregor’s next move will be upon all the hype behind a possible boxing match against Floyd Mayweather. The cameraman asked White about Freddie Roach’s recent comments stating that Mayweather told him the fight was going to happen and he wanted Roach to train McGregor for it, but White doesn’t believe ‘Notorious’ would train with anyone other than his current camp at SBG Ireland:

“I don’t know where we’re at,” White said. “We’re nowhere. We’re nowhere with it. Conor wouldn’t train with him (Freddie Roach), Conor has his own team and his own crew. I expect Conor’s next fight to be in the UFC, in mixed martial arts (MMA), and it would be against the winner of Khabib and Ferguson.”

“The fight (against Floyd) is gonna be millions of dollars. The guy can make anywhere from 30 to 60 million bucks.”

If McGregor does return to defend his lightweight title against the winner of Ferguson and Nurmagomedov, many criticize if the heavy-handed Irishman could get the job done against the undefeated ‘Eagle’. White said people have been doubting McGregor from day one and he continues to prove them wrong, but admits Nurmagomedov is as tough as they come in the UFC:

“Listen, people have been doubting Conor since the day he stepped onto the scene. Khabib is awesome, Khabib is tough, but people have been doubting him since day one.”

You can check out White’s interview with TMZ here:

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