The World Boxing Super Series delivers

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The World Boxing Super Series again shows the rest of the sport how it should be done
World Boxing Super Series
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Mark Robinson/Matchroom Boxing

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WELL, they did it again. The World Boxing Super Series revealed to every single person inside London’s O2 Arena on Saturday night, and every single person watching at home, the recipe for a successful sport. The secret has been out in nearly every other sport for quite a while now: Matching the best with the best to decide the best will always generate interest, excitement and skill levels of the highest calibre.

It all seems so simple. Take the top eight fighters from each division and, through a tournament-style series of knockout fights, whittle them down to two, before staging a final to crown the king of the division. It’s a concept so simple that it shouldn’t possibly fail. A concept that makes boxing infinitely more appealing, and less confusing, to the masses.

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