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REMATCH

Cardiology Clinical trials–Randomized Evaluation of Mechanical Assistance Therapy as an alternative in Congestive Heart failure–related to use of a portable, electric left ventricular-assist system–LVAS–eg, HeartMate® or Novacor®, instead of drugs in CHF Pts who are not candidates for heart transplant. See Congestive heart failure.
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He then insisted that there will never be a rematch between him and Pacquiao, who Mayweather outpointed in their megabuck clash in 2015.
They included a rematch should Joshua lose and that the date, country and venue would be determined by the Brit's management team.
Tyson Fury is edging closer to a rematch with Deontay Wilder
Referring to both clubs' opposition to a rematch, the statement added: "The two clubs' conclusions have been partially admitted." In their separate requests, both Wydad and EST claimed they should win the trophy.
Hearn had initially indicated the rematch is likely to take place in Britain, where Joshua regularly sells out large-capacity venues.
"I didn't even ask about a rematch clause because I was so confident I was going to win," he said.
Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn revealed the UK is the likeliest venue for a rematch.
"Well, if he were coming back to boxing, then there's a rematch," Pacquiao said Wednesday.
Iaquinta beat fellow American Kevin Lee on points after five rounds in their rematch at a UFC event on Sunday.
Wilder was controversially awarded a draw with Fury after a dramatic fight in Los Angeles, and the American expects the rematch to live up to its billing.
A vote by the World Boxing Council's board of governors has resulted in a "unanimous agreement" to sanction a rematch.