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Ward showed he had an inside game as well as an outside game. Miranda couldn't stay up with Ward's versatility around the ring. Miranda said of Ward in the post fight, "I thought it was going to be easier, but it was tougher than I was expected.
I don't feel cheated. Andre is the champion. I have respect for him. I'm happy and excited because the fans had a good time, and there were a lot of people here, but I'm not percent happy with my performance.
I've got to go look at the tape. I did some things well, but I felt I could have improved in other areas. On September 12, , at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California , Ward defeated Shelby Pudwill by TKO in the 3rd round.
Ward's first fight in the tournament took place in his hometown of Oakland, California against Ring Magazine 1 ranked and joint tournament favorite Mikkel Kessler , 32 KO on November 21, Ward defeated Kessler to via technical decision in round 11 to win his first world title.
Kessler was the strong favorite going into Showtime's Super Six tournament. In a career-defining performance, undefeated hometown favorite Ward put the U.
The fight went to the scorecards and Ward was far ahead by scores of 98—92, 98—92, and 97—93 at the time of the stoppage. In January Jermain Taylor announced his exit from Showtime's Super Six World Boxing Classic tournament.
Ward defeated Green by unanimous decision on June 19, Though the year-old gamely fought on, the knockout he needed to win never appeared remotely likely and he looked a spent man by the end as he picked up the second loss of his fight pro career.
Throughout the fight, Ward out landed Green by nearly punches. All three judges scored the fight lop-sided — for Ward, who said post-fight of his win, "This means a lot to me.
Couldn't get caught up in the first defense too much mentally. Now that it's over with, I'm ecstatic I was able to defend this belt one time.
I feel like a real champion now. Ward advanced to the semi-finals. Ward was exempt from the final preliminary fight in the Super Six because he had already secured a number one position in the elimination rounds and his designated opponent Andre Dirrell had dropped out of the tournament.
Dirrell's trainer and uncle Leon Lawson Jr. Ward won all 12 rounds on one judges scorecard and was ahead — on the other two.
Ward later admitted it was his toughest fight to date, since he became professional. Ward's opponent at the semi final stage was top 10 ranked super middleweight Arthur Abraham , 26 KOs.
The fight took place on May 14, at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. Abraham entered having lost two of his previous three bouts.
After a competitive first few rounds, Ward seized control of the fight, using his ring savvy and instincts to control Abraham.
Although Abraham was somewhat passive at times, he gave an earnest effort and frequently threw combinations that were mostly blocked by Ward.
Abraham hurt Ward a couple of times in the final round, but it wasn't enough to finish Ward, who had dominated the fight and won a lopsided unanimous decision.
The three judges scored the bout —, —, and — ESPN had it — in favor of Ward. Abraham didn't believe he had lost the fight with such wide scores.
Over 12 rounds, Ward threw jabs. In the post fight interviews, Abraham said through a translator, "I started well, and I thought I did good the first three rounds He didn't hit me, and I was blocking a lot of his shots.
But then I tried for the knockout, and I couldn't do it. I cramped up, and I got too tense. He said, "We're going to the final, baby.
Arthur is strong, and he's a hard hitter, [but] we showed that we can win in a way other than our original game plan [ But we made adjustments and got the win.
Advancing to the final of the Super Six, Ward fought WBC super middleweight champion Carl Froch , 20 KOs in front of 5, at Boardwalk Hall on December 17, Ward and Froch were rated 1 and 2 respectively by Ring magazine, and the vacant Ring magazine super middleweight title was on the line, as well as Froch and Ward's super middleweight titles.
Ward won the Super Six World Boxing Classic tournament via unanimous decision. Over the first seven rounds, Ward outboxed Froch, successfully using his jab to neutralize Froch and beating Froch to the punch from a distance and at close range.
In the later rounds, Ward seemed to take his foot off the gas, leaving Froch to win a couple rounds near the end of the fight, though they were close and fairly competitive rounds.
An MRI later revealed that Ward injured his lead left hand on which he relied for landing hooks to Froch's head. The hand was broken in two places.
Ward noted extreme pain in the sixth round of the fight as well as one week prior, though the initial X-ray came back clear. After the bout, Ward gave a victory speech, "I can't believe it, I can't believe it -- it's not so unbelievable that we never thought we were going to win, but now that it's happened, it is unbelievable.
We told you this is what we wanted to do. We wanted to fight on the inside and on the outside, and we pulled it off tonight.
We were able to beat him to the punch, and that's what won us the fight. He's very good defensively.
I lost the fight, fair and square. It was quite hard to hit him. The name of the game is to not get hit, and he did that well.
Ward won the vacant Ring and lineal super middleweight titles with his Super Six World Boxing Classic win against Froch, despite some independent sources rating then-undefeated IBF champion Lucian Bute at number one or two at the time.
The World Boxing Council Board of Governors voted to make Ward "Champion in Recess" due to a broken hand Ward had sustained during the Super Six tournament.
Ward's next fight was announced on June 22, to take place at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on September 8, against The Ring and lineal light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson.
Dawson was coming off a big win against future Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins in April. At the press conference, he said that it was his desire to drop down in weight and challenge Ward rather than fight lesser-known opponents at light heavyweight.
Dawson started his career at super middleweight, but hadn't fought at the weight since February The fight ended in round ten with a technical knockout victory for Ward when Dawson asked the referee for the fight to be ended with the words: "It's over.
I'm finished. I'm done. In the third round, Ward dropped Dawson with a left hook and dominated the round. Again in the fourth round, Ward was able to drop Dawson, in another dominating round.
From fifth round until the end of the fight, Ward was able to neutralize Dawson's jab and work rate, seemingly out boxing and frustrating Dawson throughout.
Then, in the tenth round, Ward dropped Dawson to a knee after a solid combination, which prompted referee Steve Smoger to stop the fight after Dawson could not continue.
At the time of stoppage, Ward was ahead 90—79, 89—80, and 89—80 on all three judges' scorecards. The fight was watched by an average 1.
Ward was scheduled to defend his super middleweight titles against former unified middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik on January 26, at the Galen Center in Los Angeles.
However, an injury sustained by Ward originally postponed the bout for 4 more weeks and the fight was expected to take place on February 23, The injury was more severe than originally thought and led to the cancellation of the fight as well as the subsequent retirement of Pavlik.
On March 23, the WBC stripped Ward of the WBC super-middleweight title belt for being inactive for a long period of time, and for failing to face a mandatory challenger.
They granted him champion emeritus status. Ward claimed a shoulder injury that required surgery was the reason for his inactivity, but the WBC claimed that Ward had not provided any medical evidence or even given them a rough availability date.
On May 20, Ward relinquished the champion emeritus title, stating that he did not believe the WBC had the right to strip him of the world title because he was willing and able to defend it within the period specified by the WBC's rules.
Ward spent most of recovering from injuries, and feuding with promoter Dan Goossen, over the inclusion of a co-manager in Ward's promotional contract.
The case has been to court or arbitration on 3 separate occasions. Each time, Goossen was deemed in the right. Ward went on to dominate the rest of the fight.
The three judges scored the fight —, —, and — all in favor of Ward. Ward spent all of inactive, still feuding with Goossen. On February 19, The Ring stripped Ward of the Ring champion belt due to him not having defended his title against a top 5 contender in the last two years.
In April Ward announced that he would make a ring return after a 19 month long lay off. Ward signed with Jay Z 's Roc Nation Sports in January and this was announced to be the first event under the Roc Nation banner.
It was later confirmed that he would fight on June 20, against British Paul Smith , 20 KOs at the Oracle Arena in California at a lbs catchweight fight.
The fight was to take place on BET. Ward was winning every round at the time of stoppage 80—72 on all three judges' scorecards.
On November 12, in advance of his upcoming move up to the light heavyweight division, Ward vacated his WBA super middleweight title.
Ward originally claimed the belt in November with a victory over long-time champion Mikkel Kessler in his opening fight of the Super Six tournament.
Boxing Scene reported In January , Ward's light heavyweight debut was set against Cuban boxer Sullivan Barrera , 12 KOs at the Oracle Arena. Barrera became the mandatory to Kovalev's IBF title when he stopped German Karo Murat in December En route to a wide unanimous decision victory, Ward dropped Barrera to the canvas in the third round as he turned a left hook while on the ropes.
Barrera was also dropped in the eighth round from a body shot, but referee Raul Caiz Sr. Ward dictated the pace for the vast majority of the bout, showcasing good strength and ring generalship against Barrera.
The three judges scored the fight —, —, and — When asked about the potential mega fight against Kovalev, Ward said, "It's never a problem.
You look at my track record. I want to fight the best. I've always fought the best. Sergey Kovalev, he's a great champion.
On June 28, , Roc Nation Sport confirmed that Ward would fight once more before his mega fight with Kovalev on July 30 against 39 year old Colombian boxer Alexander Brand , 19 KOs.
The fight was to take place in Oakland, California at the Oracle Center. This was the eighth and final time Ward fought in his hometown.
Brand entered the fight as a underdog. All three judges had the fight — for Ward. Brand, who looked as though he came to survive 12 rounds, didn't initiate any action, which ultimately led him to lose all the rounds on the three scorecards.
Ward looked slow in the victory, not looking like the same fighter he was in Ward dictated the fight however with a strong jab.
This showed in round 7 when Brand's right eye suddenly started to swollen up. I'll see you in November. The dip could have been due to 21 million tuning in to the Olympics on NBC.
Ward fought the unified IBF , WBA Undisputed and WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev at the T-Mobile Arena on November 19, The fight was announced in June, with a rematch clause, and both fighters retained their undefeated records through interim bouts.
This event marked Ward's first time fighting in Las Vegas, Nevada. After being knocked down in the second round, he won a controversial decision with all three judges scoring the fight — in favor of Ward.
Ward reiterated how the events of the evening unfolded, "I got off the canvas against the hardest puncher in the division and smiled.
I took the fight to him and closed the show. Boxing experts have claimed that the judging was unfair. Kovalev won the fight", Larry Merchant stated after the fight.
But we also got a bad decision, which is not what boxing needed. Paulie Malignaggi noted the high degree of difficulty both fighters faced that night and doubted the prospect of a one-sided affair in the case of a rematch.
Still, he concluded that Kovalev faded late in the fight. The fight reported to have done , buys on HBO PPV. A replay was shown on HBO prior to the Lomachenko — Walters title fight, which averaged , viewers.
The venue was set up to hold 14, Kovalev's manager Egis Klimas announced that negotiations had begun for the rematch between Ward and Kovalev.
Ward threatened to retire if he didn't get things "his way" for the rematch. According to the NSAC , The T-Mobile Arena was put on hold for June 17, on HBO PPV.
It was also noted that the rematch would take place at the Mandalay Bay in Paradise, Nevada on HBO PPV. The fight was billed as No Excuses.
You got what you asked for -- now you have to see me on June This time leave the excuses at home. In front of 10,, the fight ended with controversy in the 8th round with a victory for Ward.
A right hand from Ward had Kovalev in trouble, which was followed by several body shots, including a low blow. At the time of stoppage, two judges had Ward ahead 67—66, whilst the third judge had it 68—65 in favor of Kovalev.
Ward praised Kovalev in the post-fight interview, "He's a good fighter, and I have nothing but respect for him. First time around, the man is world champion, and he's been on top a long time.
I give him credit. He is a great fighter, and when you fight great fighters, you have to raise your game.
I can't explain it. Not every round, but I thought I was doing very good. Sakio Bika. Oracle Arena , Oakland, California.
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