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‘He is like Suarez’ – UFC star Paddy predicts Darwin Nunez will outshine Haaland next season

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'He is like Suarez' - UFC star Paddy predicts Darwin Nunez will outshine Haaland next season

UFC contender Paddy Pimblett, nicknamed Paddy the Baddy is a scouser completely and his perspectives on Darwin Nunez will undoubtedly satisfy his kindred Liverpool supporters.

In and interview with Sky Sports he made sense of why he accepts Nunez will score a bigger number of goals than Haaland this season.

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“Only time will tell but I have full faith in Nunez and I believe in him. I’ve been laughed at today on Twitter already because I said in an interview that I think he will score more goals than Haaland this year, but I really do.

“Haaland is very injury prone and I think he will miss a good portion of the season through injuries and I think Nunez is the type of player who doesn’t miss games. He wants to play every game, he is like Suarez.”

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Boxing hero Butterbean calls out Jake Paul as he targets a shock comeback next year

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Eric ‘Butterbean’ Esch claims he is very nearly a boxing rebound nine years after hanging up the gloves – and he has burned through no time in getting down on Jake Paul.

Butterbean, who once weighed in at a surprising 417lbs in front of a 2007 clash against Joe Siciliano, enjoyed great popularity throughout his 91-fight career, winning 77 of those experiences and 58 by knockout.

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What’s more, in front of his return, he has drawn the glove to YouTuber-turned-fighter Paul for a possible standoff.

‘I’m working with DDP to get up walking and running around again and I’m feeling the best shape I ever have,’ he said on social media.

‘I’m at fight weight. You’ll have to listen to my podcast coming up to find exactly how much weight I have lost, but I haven’t weighed this in over 20 years so that’ll give you an idea.

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‘The big announcement is I’m gonna fight one last fight. It’s gonna be one year from now. Jake Paul, if you’re ready, I’m here for you my friend. Let’s get it on, me and you Jake Paul.

‘I bet it would be an awesome fight. After you said what you said about me in the magazine, I’m ready to fight you. Are you ready? I don’t think so.’

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Source: DailyMail

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Man Utd to host Tyson Fury’s bout with Joshua or Usyk if Gypsy King fights again

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Manchester United will host an undisputed title battle with Tyson Fury assuming that the Gypsy King chooses to fight again.

The WBC heavyweight champion prodded retirement last weekend after his fierce knockout of Dillian Whyte at Wembley.

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Tyson Fury knocks out Dillian Whyte with huge uppercut to retain heavyweight world title

Be that as it may, the possibility of an undisputed showdown with the winner of the great stakes rematch between unified champion Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua could captivate him to stay close by for another battle.

And according to The Athletic, United are open to staging a fight between Fury and the winner of Usyk vs Joshua 2.

They also claim Old Trafford was in contention to host Fury’s domestic dust-up with Whyte but was snubbed in favour Wembley.

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Tyson Fury knocks out Dillian Whyte with huge uppercut to retain heavyweight world title

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Tyson Fury has knocked out Dillian Whyte with a sensational uppercut in the sixth round to retain his WBC heavyweight world title at Wembley Stadium..

The fight had begun in tentative fashion – before the Gypsy King upped the pace in the half-way mark and then brutally finished the job with distinction.

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The Gypsy King dominated his challenger from the start and finished the fight with a massive punch from which he could not recover.

As they approached the halfway point, the Fury was firmly in control as the Whyte struggled to get to grips with him and seemingly hadn’t won a single round thus far.

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Then, just before the end of round six, Fury landed a huge right uppercut which sent Whyte toppling to the canvas.

He rose to his feet, but could not recover and fight on.

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“I wasn’t looking to win on points tonight, I wanted a big dirty knockout.In reaction, Fury told talkSPORT

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“I found a beautiful uppercut and that was it.

“I’ve been in this game 20 years, I’m 34 in a few months. I said the third Wilder fight would be my last but I felt I owed the fans one last homecoming.

“This is definitely the end of the Gypsy King and I went out with a bang.

“Tonight was amazing but this is the end.”

Source: TalkSPORT

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