STEP-UP FOR SHEERAZ AT THE COPPER BOX, JULY 16 YOUNG BOXER OF the year Hamzah Sheeraz returns to the ring on July 16 at London’s Copper Box Arena on a night that includes a British title double featuring
Probellum roll back into Toon this Friday night (25th March) with a stacked card full of North East big guns and prospects taking to the ring at the Utilita Arena. Our main event preview will follow later in the week,
BUATSI AND RICHARDS COLLIDE IN HUGE LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT CLASH Joshua Buatsi will face former World Title challenger Craig Richards in a huge all London Light-Heavyweight clash on Saturday May 21, live worldwide on DAZN (excluding New Zealand and Australia). Croydon’s Buatsi (15-0, 13 KOs) scored his
By Iain Dolan A surprise to nobody, some very questionable judging allowed a weight drained Josh Taylor to keep his four light welterweight championship belts after being outworked for the majority of the contest by Jack Catterall at the Hydro
By Ian Mathias The most elusive prize and the man who holds this accolade leaves no arguments as to who is the man in the division! Since the start of the 4 belt era there have been a handful of
Boxing is as much mental as it is physical. At the very highest level of competition, the difference between winning and losing is the fighter’s mentality. Both boxers will be physically primed to endure 10-12 rounds of explosive exertion. The
By Ian Mathias @mathiasonboxing It’s that merry time of year where we reflect on the year we have just witnessed and look ahead to what potential fights can happen and can fall by the wayside. Although we have seen some
Sky Sports and Boxxer’s first show was not without it’s teething troubles. Chris Eubank Jr’s opponent failing a medical on the morning of the fight meaning the main event would not go ahead could have been disastrous but the remaining
A fantastic first round saw the home fighter dropped and Derbyshire suffer a cut above above right eye. With it all to do, Maphosa looked to get back to his boxing as the contest wore on.
Derbyshire however had other ideas and pressured his skilful opponent for most of the fight. Maphosa fought gamely but was constantly on the backfoot and was deducted a point for excessive used of the head.
Tyson Fury is probably the most high profile example in the sport, where a tough man admitted suffering to the extent where he considered suicide. This is a man who was supposedly on top of the world, yet reached a point where he wanted to end his life.