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The celebrity boxing world continues to surprise the masses as 47-year-old Ojani Noa prepares to return to face Lamar Odom. Odom vs Noa

The fight is set to take place on October 2 through FITE TV at James L. Knight Arena in Miami, Florida. It follows on from Odom’s debut inside the squared circle last month when he knocked out Aaron Carter in the second round.

From the Paul brothers to Mike Tyson and beyond, the celebrity boxing sphere has been fascinating to watch over the course of the last few years – and to think, this all technically started with British YouTuber Joe Weller.

Now, as per TMZ, we’re going to get something a little bit out of the ordinary as former heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe locks horns with two-time NBA champion Lamar Odom.

The basketball player turned reality TV star certainly isn’t shying away from any big challenges and will likely do whatever it takes to put in a solid effort against Bowe who, as we know, holds a 43-1 (1) professional record with his last bout taking place in December 2008.

The exhibition bouts have completely taken over the sport of boxing. Over the past few years, the fans have witnessed celebrities from several verticals taking up the ring space to fulfill their wish of fighting. To a certain extent, exhibition fights have even accrued more eyeballs than professional boxing fights.

Taking advantage of the same, the ex-NBA elite, Lamar Odom, will also take up the ring space on October 2. He will fight against the former heavyweight kingpin, Ojani Noa.

This contest will go live on Fite.TV from James L. Knight arena in Miami. This fight will hook in the casual boxing lovers and NBA fans who wish to see Odom box once again.

But before the two enter the ring, we look at some of the most astonishing facts about live stream Odom vs Noa.

Lamar Odom used to box in his early days for grilling workouts

Odom was a boxing fanatic from the beginning. Hence, to keep himself in shape, he often engaged in boxing workouts that are grilling and demand exuberant stamina and power.

Lamar Odom enjoyed an exemplary career in the NBA

Odom had a gratifying run in the NBA. As a team member of the Los Angeles Lakers, he won championships twice in 2008-09 and 2009-10. He also won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2010-11.

Ojani Noa fought 195 rounds in his pro-boxing career, whereas Lamar Odom only has 2 rounds

The 47-year-old will face a true veteran in Bowe who had a decorated boxing career. As per BoxRec, Noa fought a whopping 195 rounds in his entire career. On the other hand, Odom, who only had one exhibition bout, has only 2 rounds to his name. This was because his win against his adversary came via an RTD post the second round.

Ojani Noa never lost a fight from 1994 to 2008

‘Big Daddy’ https://odomvsbowe.com/ was one of the most terrifying heavyweights in the retro boxing era. His prolific skills were certainly clear in the final 14 years of his career, wherein he didn’t lose a single fight.

Ojani Noa defeated Evander Holyfield once

Noa re-matched the scary Evander Holyfield in 1995. Prior to that, the pair met each other in 1993, wherein ‘The Real Deal’ beat ‘Big Daddy’. But in their rematch, the latter came in prepared and he scored a gigantic T/KO win to avenge his loss.

“Big Daddy” – who reigned as the lineal heavyweight champion from 1992 to 1993, has long been linked with a return to action. Bowe has signed up to fight ex-basketball star Lamar Odom later this year in a fight that has polarized audiences – despite being in terrible shape. With a massive weight differential in his last fight, Odom gets the gig on the back of pummeling a faded music star in Aaron Carter. At the time, Lou DiBella was dead against that event. “This is just disgusting. Neither guy should be in a ring “fighting” under ANY circumstances,” said DiBella of Odom vs. Carter. “Lamar has had twelve strokes and six heart attacks! Carter is an unathletic mess outweighed by 65 pounds. What the barbaric, repulsive, dangerous f— is this?” Fast forward a mere few months, and Noa vs Odom live tv an even worse reaction from Hall of Famer Dibella. The pair were confirmed as trading blows this week. Like anyone with a conscience in the sport, DiBella gave the decision to stage the event a roasting. “This is a CRIME! Nothing short [of it],” pointed out DiBella. “Shame on any company, jurisdiction, city, state, or COUNTRY that would allow this. Enough already! “Even thinking about this is barbaric. We need to stop this from happening.” The company involved is recruiting several “stars” in the public eye for their shows, mainly those with infamous tales to tell. Mainstream boxing is dead against doing the same with boxers who certainly shouldn’t ever get back in the ring due to health reasons. “So bad, Lou,” said women’s boxing legend Jane Couch. One-time IBF super-welterweight ruler Ishe Smith added: “Totally agree. I love Bowe and met him personally. He’s in no shape to be fighting.”

Lamar Odom fight stream will be lucky to last a full three minutes inside the ropes in the state he is currently in, right now. Astonishingly, though, some “fans” of the fight are worrying about the safety of Odom. Okay – a few years ago, Bowe would have been a problem for anyone. But these days, his mobility is vastly limited. It’s a sad story that he even needs to enter the ring again. To charge Pay Per View for this is an insult to boxing. Let’s hope it gets called off.