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  •   Home > News > Sports > Boxing

    The IBF's mandatory boxing challenger Kubrat Pulev will donate half of his purse from the coronavirus-postponed world heavyweight title fight against Anthony Joshua to help medical workers fight the coronavirus

    The IBF's mandatory boxing challenger Kubrat Pulev will donate half of his purse from the coronavirus-postponed world heavyweight title fight against Anthony Joshua to help medical workers fight the coronavirus


    The 38-year-old Bulgarian is expected to earn around $8.5 million from the bout.

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