Many articles on boxing upsets have been written and some of them over time have become diminished or exaggerated... I decided I would list in no particular order, the greatest boxing upsets I have personally witnessed live, that made me literally shake my head in open-mouthed awe!
Anyway, I don't believe Klitschko isn't brave-he's proved it many times but having watched David Haye's savage sparring sessions recently leading up the Fury fight that unfortunately didn't happen I wouldn't blame Vitali for bowing out.
In a career more mysterious than Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease average boxer Amir Khan appears to have secured a $10'000'000 dollar payday with a fight against boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. How can he possibly deserve this chance having lost two of his last four fights?
Thing is, when Luis Suarez decided to bite Branislav Ivanovic, he wasn't exactly on my list of favourite footballers. Even before his impression of a petulant toddler that hasn't been allowed a biscuit, he was already a deplorable human being.
In Powell's eyes glints a steel. Periodically he checks the phone before him on the table. He possesses the unmistakable aura of the driven man, forever in demand. I ask him how he originally got into the game, when his phone rings. He takes the call. It's business.
This is Frank Buglioni, the 23-year-old north Londoner and super middleweight fighter training out of the TRAD TKO Boxing Gym in Canning Town. It's a professional gym, so it's all business as fighters hone their bodies into liquid iron.
To my mind, there has never been a sportsman with less to prove than Holyfield. To continue fighting now is madness and I only hope the medical authorities ruling over boxing finally force the old warrior to hang up his gloves