Andre Ward retires: Oakland’s undefeated champ says, “Mission Accomplished”

Andre Ward retires: Oakland’s undefeated champ says, “Mission Accomplished”
Oakland’s Andre Ward completed his mission, evidently. The light-heavyweight champion, citing the physical demands of boxing, stunningly announced his retirement Thursday at age 33. “Mission Accomplished,” was the title above a two-paragraph …
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Andre Ward, undefeated boxing champ, retires. Says desire no longer there.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Light heavyweight champion Andre Ward retired from boxing with an undefeated record Thursday because he no longer has the desire to fight. The 33-year-old Ward released a statement on his website Thursday titled “Mission Accomplished …
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Andre Ward, last U.S. man to win Olympic boxing gold, retires
Andre Ward, the only U.S. male boxer to win Olympic gold in the last 20 years, is walking away from the sport at the top of his game. Undefeated. A world champion. Arguably the world’s best pound-for-pound fighter. “All I want to be is an Olympic champion.
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