You either know Steve Wraith or you don’t. You either like him or, errr, you don’t. He says as much in Every Boy’s Dream.
Can you name Tyson Fury’s last 10 opponents?
#Round4Pound is up and running for 2020! Name Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Total 1 Andrew otto 11 17 12 40 2 Shaun Forster 14 14 6 34 3 Andrew Mallaburn 12 16 6 34 4 Tony Miller 19
Speaking to Lewis Ritson on the weekend of Conor McGregor’s return got my mind whirring in a way I imagine only mine could. Before I dissect the similarities between two of my favourite fighters, there are some obvious differences. Conor
By Terry Dooley Raging tribalism caused by two deeply entrenched worldviews. Smears, insults and half-truths or outright lies. Ugly spats caused by binary thinking that can rip even the most solid friendships apart. You could be forgiven for thinking that
Hughie Fury has promised his fans that they will see a “hungrier” version of him when he takes on the Czech Republic’s Pavel Sour at the Casino de Monte-Carlo on Saturday November 30 , live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US. The 25-year-old contender
Tom Farrell insists that there will be no room for niceties when he steps in the ring with promotional stablemate and close friend Sean Dodd in a domestic Super-Lightweight battle at the M&S Bank Arena Liverpool on Saturday November 23, live on Sky Sports in the
BBB takes a look at the Good, the Bad and the Funny of boxing this weekend.
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