BBB takes a look at the Good, the Bad and the Funny of boxing this weekend.
Good Every so often, boxing provides a fight that entertains, surprises and surpasses expectations. For most, Naoya Inoue and Nonito Donaire did all that and more. The hype behind Inoue is real. At 37, Donaire showed he is not only
by Iain Dolan Another action packed night at York Hall with crowd pleasing fights being just the required winter warmer on a day of miserable weather in East London. Danny Dignum recorded an impressive 5th round stoppage of Conrad Cummings with
Not many injured 18 year old footballers would envisage a career in professional prizefighting.
Not many sports seem to be dogged by self-generated controversy like boxing. Every major announcement appears to be met with derision and debate. One topical example is the “professional” debuts of KSI and Logan Paul. To the trained eye, their professional status is
By Iain Dolan The first quarter final show, of MTK’s Golden Contract was at Featherweight and proved to be successful, eventful and an indicator, if one were needed, that a couple of 50/50 fights at the top of the card
By George Whitehouse So far in 2019 we have seen some incredible fights such as Joshua v Ruiz, Lomachenko v Campbell and Thurman v Pacquiao. However, this welterweight world championship unification bout has the potential to be one of the
By Iain Dolan York Hall was as hot and sweaty as ever but, as ever, the atmosphere made the sweating and discomfort all worth it. Of the four main fights, three were even fights of fine margins and the other
By George Whitehouse Dave Allen has admitted that a loss doesn’t concern him as he prepares himself for his most recent bout since his 10th round retirement against David Price. Allen has been announced on the Lewis Ritson v Robbie
When a big fight rolls around, BBB can’t help but become absorbed. Vasiliy Lomachenko venturing to our shores to defend his WBO, WBA and WBC titles against Luke Campbell is just such an occasion. Does Campbell stand a chance? Can