BRIAN DOOGAN, SUNDAY TIMES OF LONDON TALKS HOPKINS V. CALZAGHE AND SHREDS THE UFC

Doogan, a boxing writer for the Sunday Times, can’t see Bernard Hopkins side of the argument. He doesn’t believe for one second that a U.S. venue could match the attendance Calzaghe has drawn in recent fights in Wales.

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One Comment on “BRIAN DOOGAN, SUNDAY TIMES OF LONDON TALKS HOPKINS V. CALZAGHE AND SHREDS THE UFC”


  1. […] A British take on the UFC. Doogan says that the current sports editor at the Sunday Times refuses to carry any coverage of ‘ultimate fighting’ because “it’s not quite legitimate.” Doogan said that he was severely disappointed in Chuck Liddell (in relation to Liddell vs. Jackson), stating that Liddell looked like a guy who didn’t train for the fight. He also stated that “when a guy is done,” he doesn’t like seeing the guy get beat upon. […]


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