If one were to ask fans what bothers them most about modern boxing, one of the many, many issues would no doubt be the sheer number of “World” titles permeating the sport. Even if only considering the major four sanctioning
FRANK WARREN and Queensberry Promotions return to York Hall on Saturday September 14 with a triple bill of title fights starring some of British boxing’s finest prospects, live on BT Sport. Croydon’s Sunny Edwards (12-0, 4 KOs) drops down in
Massive mid-week catch up of a full weekend’s boxing action as we recap Hobson, Matchroom, Pro-Box North East, PBC and Top Rank shows.
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
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
By Iain Dolan Anthony Yarde was given a thorough workout by France’s Tony Averlant at York Hall on Saturday night. While never in danger of winning the fight, or even a round of the light heavyweight contest, Avelant gave Yarde plenty to
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
By Iain Dolan Chingford’s Boy Jones Jr (9st 3lbs 6oz) and Lowestoft’s Craig Poxton (9st 3lbs 1oz) served up a small hall classic at York Hall on Friday night. Poxton came flying out of the blocks and scored with heavy