What a year it has been I think it’s fair to say.

In the case of everyone around the world. I can’t recall a year like it in my life at least.

The sport of boxing near the start of the year was on a roll.

It really was.

The heavyweight title fight in Las Vegas between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder 2 should have been a catalyst for a huge year for boxing.

Then what happened around the world happened.

Boxing like all sports got affected.

Boxing writer Michael Benson (hat tip) however has put together a positive little video looking at some of the best moments of the year in an interesting watch:

Fair play on the video and salvaging positives from a stark year.

Admittedly, there wasn’t a whole lot of actual boxing to talk about this year.

I was thinking at one point how are we going to keep this site going with nothing to talk about.

Business, philosophy and anything I could tie in that boxers were speaking about this year seemed to get us through thank God.

Indeed, a therapeutic process in a way conversely.

In a very, very mentally tough year but alas, survived again. Stronger than ever only thanks to God.

Gyms closed is tough but heading to near the ocean soon however at least can get fresh air and running again.

Thanks to you guys however we’ve been able to close the year somewhat strong of which I am very grateful for.

Soon I’ll be able to update this particular site daily again with the new server which will stop the site going down during high traffic load times and allow me to login all the time again.

Looking forward to it.

In conclusion, a very happy holiday period between what is left of the year to all.

Bring on 2021.

Boxing will fight back like it always does as a sport.

Without doubt.

Hopefully more and more of the big fights can be made again.

Slowly but surely.

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