He's not done yet! Antonio Tarver proved he's still a player in the deep light heavyweight division by chopping down Clinton Woods over 12 rounds and dethroning the 175-pound titlist by unanimous decision in Tampa, Fla.
Joe Calzaghe-Bernard Hopkins. Chad Dawson-Glen Johnson. Clinton Woods-Antonio Tarver. With the best light heavyweights mixing it up over the next two weekends, William Dettloff harkens back to the golden age of the 175-pound class.
The beatings that Clinton Woods administered -- and endured -- on the streets of Sheffield, England, were unraveling his life. Somehow, Woods found a way to right the ship, and it's paid dividends in the ring.
British promoter Dennis Hobson of Fight Academy announced Tuesday that light heavyweight titlist Clinton Woods would be coming to Las Vegas to defend his belt against mandatory challenger Julio Gonzalez on the June 23 Ricky Hatton-Jose Luis Castillo ...
Clinton Woods, who hails from nearby Sheffield, was successful in his fourth attempt at the now-vacant IBF light heavyweight title Friday, scoring a fifth-round technical knockout over unbeaten American Rico Hoye at Magna Arena.