Boxing in the UK is very much in a transitional period. Many of the previous list have officially hung up their gloves or are seemingly well on their way to doing so. This has led to quite the reshuffling in
Before watching the debut of the new Ringside, I tweeted (more hopefully than naively) that I hoped a platform as big as Sky would use this show for the good of boxing, and not as a merciless Matchroom propaganda machine.
After he stepped up seamlessly to the Super-Welterweight division against Sergey Rabchenko, Kell Brook put to bed many demons. Granted, this was not a top level opponent but he did carry a world ranking, allowed Brook to
Hype and hate. Two all too common parts of modern boxing. Contrasting entities, so why do they go hand in hand? Creating a buzz is essential in building a prospect into a contender and hopefully, as is often the end
This coming Saturday sees the latest domestic dust up between two British boxers for a World title. Manchester’s MEN Arena hosts the semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series between George Groves and Chris Eubank Jr. The latest all-British Super-Middleweight
Bitter Super-Welterweight rivals Liam Smith and Liam Williams rematch in an Official WBO World Title Eliminator at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on Saturday 11th November, live on BT Sport and BoxNation. British Champion Williams has accused former
Having just listened to WBA President Gilberto Mendoza speak exclusively to NewAgeBoxing, there are a few things that still stick out as an issue. First, let me say that we love Martin Theobald and the New Age Boxing team. Their