5 x World Champion Boxer Antonio Tarver is back and ready to conquer the World!

(Houston TX- June 2014) “The Magic Man” Antonio Tarver is making no bones about wanting to break George Foreman’s record, and become the oldest fighter to win the Heavy Weight Title, Which Is Currently Held by Wladimir Klitschko .

Antonio Tarver, 45, is known for his exciting boxing matches and anti-bullying campaigns. He has stared in major motion films, commentated as an Expert Analyst for Showtime and has performed countless media interviews. “His most recent interview with World Boxing News is stirring up rumors of a showdown with UK’s own David Haye”. Rumors are gaining more and more momentum from thousands of social media fans, bloggers and Sports Experts in the UK & US. ( )

“There is no doubt Antonio Tarver wants a show down with two-time WBO Universally recognized Champion Wladimir Klitschko.” In Tarver’s most recent interview with World Boxing News, he states it would be an honor to beat David Haye and prove that he’s ready to fight Wladimir Klitschko. Tarver is looking forward to potentially fighting boxer David Haye as the opponent to Hayes’s supposed comeback fight. “Haye is 33 years old and most feel he’s the second best Heavy Weight in the World. Antonio Tarver, who has never been afraid to take big risk throughout his career, can’t wait to prove the naysayers wrong.

On February 21st of 2014 David Haye confirmed that he would only come out of retirement to fight Klitschko. Who wouldn’t come out of retirement to fight Klitscho? “But it’s not easy, Says Tarver.”

Haye now has an equal, if not better, option since Antonio Tarver tossed his hat into the ring.

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ABOUT: Antonio Tarver started professionally fighting in 2007. To date, Tarver has only lost 6 fights and won 20 of his 36 total fights by knockout. Adie from starring in the 2006 film Rocky Balboa, Tarver has appeared on several syndicated late-night television shows, from Jim Rome to Jay Leno and gained further attention through cover feature stories with KO and Ring magazines, he was a guest commentator for ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights” broadcast and  a  Commentator for Showtime Sports Experts.