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"Deron Williams has seen better days."



I don't care about this news that deeply to be honest, but I had to get that subject line off.


swipe: Mavs Ex Deron Williams to Fight on Jake Paul/Tommy Fury Boxing Undercard

Former Dallas Mavericks point guard Deron Williams set to fight on Jake Paul/Tommy Fury card as a preliminary match.

DALLAS - Mavs fans, put up your dukes: Deron Williams enters the professional boxing world.

Williams is a four-time NBA All-Star, a two-time Olympic gold winner, and most recently a former player for the Dallas Mavericks, and now Williams - the DFW native - is one of many former ballplayers who embarking into the world of boxing.

Williams will fight as an undercard for the Jake Paul/Tommy Fury fight on Dec. 18, in Tampa Bay. Although we are waiting on word of an official opponent, former NFL running back Frank Gore is a possible combatant, making for a juicy NFL-NBA crossover fight.

At 37 years of age, Williams isn't exactly in his prime. However, Deron is no stranger to the world of fighting, specifically the octagon. The Athletic reported in 2020 of Williams' new life as a co-owner at Fortis MMA.

Not only does he have a financial stake in the MMA, but Williams also trains as a fighter. His business partner and coach at the Fortis MMA elaborates on Willaims' fighting style: “He’s got a great right hand. A great 1-2, he can wrestle. I think he’s a good blue belt on the ground — I mean, a couple stripeblue belt. He doesn’t have a blue belt, but I would put him in a blue belt division all day long and bet on him. He’s a tough dude.”

Showtime will air the event as a pay-per-view event. Follow for further developments … and stay safe in there, Deron.

"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.


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Deron Williams has seen better days. [View all] , Numba_33, Fri Nov-05-21 03:51 PM
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He prolly gonna show up for this fight looking like Robo Mike Bibby
Nov 07th 2021

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