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
4 x 3 mins Super-Featherweight contest DYLAN EVANS WPTS4 (40-37) v ALEKSANDRS BIRKENBERGS Anthony Crolla protege Dylan Evans secured a comfortable 40-37 points win over Latvia’s Aleksandrs Birkenbergs to move to 3-0 in the opening bout of the evening at the Exhibition
SAM MAXWELL insists that he is ready to step up and face Britain’s best Super-Lightweights. Maxwell (9-0) aims to make it a perfect ten as a professional when he boxes on the undercard of Josh Warrington’s IBF World Featherweight title
Had the boxing finished after Joe Laws’ bout on Saturday night, the Toon would’ve been sent home happy. As it were, the main and co-main events somewhat soured the atmosphere for the locals. Read all about them here. The aforementioned
It was a disappointing night for the North East, as hometown favourite Lewis Ritson dropped a split decision to Belgian based Italian, Francesco Patera. In truth, Patera fully deserved the win and it would be interesting to see just how
Louis Norman -Thomas Essomba 2nd March, King Power Stadium, Leicester One for the purists here as the English Bantamweight title is contested. Louis Norman (12-4-1) challenges for the vacant strap against Cameroon’s 2012 Olympian, Thomas Essomba (7-3). Essomba burst onto
Matchroom and boxing on Sky Sports are attracting a fair amount of flak at the moment. Part of this is down to the questionable quality of recent cards but a lot of it has been bubbling for a while. Matchroom
This weekend sees Channel 5’s latest collaboration with Cyclone Promotions. Any boxing on terrestrial TV is good news for us, and we mean ANY boxing, so to have a Commonwealth title clash between two undefeated boxers is fine by us.