Tyson Fury, the current WBC belt holder, will face Oleksandr Usyk, the current WBA, WBO, and IBF heavyweight belt holder, in a historic bout billed as the fight of a generation. The event is set to take place on Saturday, May 18, 2024, in the Saudi capital, Riyadh. The winner of this faceooff will become the first undisputed boxer in history to hold all four major titles. Originally slated for February, the fight was postponed to May due to certain circumstances. Both fighters will seek to make history on Saturday.

Anthony Joshua in his abilities have erased every lingering doubt after the British superstar delivered a thunderous knockout of former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Friday, leading to his victory. It took Joshua less than two rounds to put away Ngannou and he did so in style with a pair of knockdowns before the emphatic final blow. Ngannou, 37, a former UFC heavyweight champion, was taking part in only his second professional boxing match having lost a split decision to Tyson Fury in October.

Tyson Fury, a World Boxing Council (WBC) Champion, who is widely regarded as the leading heavyweight in boxing, emerged victorious over Francis Ngannou in a spit decision which has been thoroughly criticized of being controversial.

Alex Pereira pulled off an upset against Israel Adesanya with a technical knockout in the fifth round during the main event at the UFC 281 to become the new UFC middleweight champion ending Adesanya’s reign atop the division on Sunday morning,

Nigerian-born British boxer Anthony Joshua has failed in his bid to recapture the unified heavyweight titles after suffering a back-to-back defeat against Ukranian, Oleksandr Usyk. Hours after his defeat, another Nigerian, Kamaru Usman, lost the UFC welterweight championship title to Britain’s Leon Edwards.

New Zealand-based Nigerian mixed martial arts fighter, Israel Adesanya has defended his UFC Middleweight title Champion after defeating Robert Whittaker in Sunday's rematch. Whittaker had a chance close but Adesanya won with a unanimous decision of 48-47, 48-47, 49-46, employing his height and powerful kicks, countering Whittaker's punches. “I knew he was gonna bring everything because last time I took everything away from him,” Adesanya said.