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Heavy

An equities market now dominated by sellers, or oversupply, resulting in falling prices. See: Overbought, resistance level, tired.
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Former two-time UFC heavyweight champion and current No1 heavyweight contender Frank Mir added: "I've been in the UFC for longer than almost everybody; I've seen some great fights and have fought on some great cards.
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I wanted to fight on the same night because I'm gunning for Haye - he's the heavyweight I want," added Hopkins, who is now 44 and determined to fight on.
Gould had inveigled himself into the good graces of the Boxing Commission and persuaded them to permit Braddock a one-off fight-- another tune-up bout with an up-and-coming midwestern heavyweight named "Corn" Griffin.
Klitschko (57-3, 50 KOs), of Kiev, Ukraine, is a two-time world heavyweight champion.
The Heavyweight Scrub Brush can deliver floor surfaces with better traction and reduce risk of slip and fall accidents.
Haye is a great young fighter and if he wins the world heavyweight title that is a fight I'd like," said Hopkins.
He's training for a tuneup fight at Staples Center in February and dreaming of a rematch with Hopkins, who recently came out of retirement and announced that he'd like to take on the heavyweight division.
Roy Jones celebrates with his WBA heavyweight champion's belt
If successful, Jones would become the first middleweight champion in the modern era to stake a claim to a feat accomplished by just one man, Bob Fitzsimmons, who knocked out `Gentleman' Jim Corbett in 1897 to become the only middleweight crowned ``world heavyweight champion''.
The Brooklyn born Briggs, 35, continues to thrill boxing fans ever since he won his first-ever World Title from former WBO Heavyweight Champion Sergei Liakhovich last November.
But I also think that if he or his people (Arreola is managed by Henry Mendez) wanted to keep him undefeated, they shouldn't have taken this fight with me because in his amateur career and professional career, he has never fought a heavyweight of my caliber.