Evander Holyfield shows off impressive fitness @ 57

first_img Loading… Former heavyweight champion, Evander Holyfield could add fitness to blessings he reaped from boxing even as he showcased an impressive figure during workout Holyfield who uploading a clip of his grueling kettlebell workout Thursday, is preparing to return to boxing in a charity fight and has been working hard in the gym recently as he bids to prove he is taking a possible comeback seriously He certainly  looked in amazing shape as he worked up a sweat after a difficult weights exercise in a video on his Instagram, writing: ‘Feeling stronger than ever. #TEAMHOLYFIELD’ The veteran hasn’t fought since 2011, when he knocked out Brian Nielsen, but he is stepping up efforts to return to the ring for an exhibition match – which would see him follow former opponent Mike Tyson, 54, and Roy Jones Jr, 51, who agreed to fight earlier this summer. Former heavyweight champion, Evander Holyfield shows off impressive figure This week Holyfield also uploaded a clip of him shadow boxing inside the ring, but had fans concerned about getting back into the sport after he showed a slower hand speed. He wrote: ‘Morning training. Sitting at 215lbs, right where I want to be.’Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 He has also teased boxing fans with videos of him being worked hard with battle ropes, skipping and strength exercises led by ex-heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko. Holyfield has been sizing up a trilogy fight with Tyson but believes his deal to fight Jones Jr may wreck the possibility of it happening. Read AlsoHow Evander Holyfield won and lost his £240m fortune ‘Mike may have wanted another exhibition before fighting me. By him doing this, it may mess up a future one [against me]. ‘We’d talked about it, but there was nothing solid on paper. We knew we wanted to do it first. ‘When you do it second, people are going to judge how the first one was. Promoted ContentBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldTop 10 Female Stars Everyone Had A Crush On In The 90sWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayUnderappreciated Movies You Missed In 20198 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Madelast_img read more

Rocket League Championship Series to return for a fifth season

first_imgRocket League Championship SeriesRocket League‘s popularity as an esport is only on the rise, and Psyonix is looking to keep developing its ascension with the announcement of a fifth season of the Rocket League Championship Series.Announced on Thursday morning, Psyonix has revealed that Season 5 will commence on March 17 in North America and March 18 in Europe. Psyonix will use the month leading up to the series as a period for allowing teams to apply to the competition, which heralds a whopping $500,000 (£359,879) prize pool.It’s only been a couple of months since Gale Force Esports took the first place in the Rocket League Championship in Washington DC, and the organisation is wasting no time in bringing more competition to the budding esport. There are no expected changes from the format that was implemented in the fourth season.Sign-ups open on January 23 and run through to February 14, ahead of a number of qualifiers for the different regions. North American teams can compete in qualifiers that take place on February 17, February 24, February 27, and March 3. The European qualifiers will take place on February 18, February 24, February 28, and March 4. Then, the North American Rival Series Play-in takes place on March 10, with the European Rival Series Play-in launching the following day. Finally, league play commences on March 17 for North America and March 18 for Europe.Esports Insider says: It’s great to see Psyonix further investing in Rocket League as an esport, and it’s just as good to see that it won’t be changing something that isn’t broken. The increase in prize pool is a promising sign for the scene, too – we hope it’s as good a watch as Season 4!last_img read more