12 x 3 mins IBF International Super-Welterweight Title SAM EGGINGTON v TED CHEESEMAN WUD12 (116-113, 116-113 & 115-114) (Stourbridge) (Bermondsey) Sam Eggington and Ted Cheeseman served up an unforgettable Fight of the Year contender on a spectacular opening night of Matchroom Fight
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.
Never before has a British fighter divided opinion as much as Joseph William Calzaghe. His perfect record of 46-0 is constantly being shredded by his detractors.
Another barn burner of a night at York Hall to warm the cockles in chilly February. The fights we had all come to see were the four MTK Golden Contract semi finals contested over ten rounds and they delivered in spades
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
By George Whitehouse @GDSWhitehouse Francy Luzoho returns to the ring on Saturday 1st February in Belfast as he aims to bounce back from his loss to Martin Quinn last year. The Irishman, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, made
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
Alfie Price is a 7-0 pro boxer, signed to Frank Warren’s Queensbury Promotions. Capturing the Southern Area title in his last fight against Jeff Ofori, Alfie returns for one last time in 2019 on the Copperbox show on December 21st.
By Iain Dolan The Golden Contract format delivered again at York Hall on Fiday night. First up, Jeff Offori turned over the MTK home fighter for the 2nd time in a week so it maybe time for them to sight him
Once again, the ever-present beast that is controversy, rears its ugly head, in the form of boxing scorecards. When judges’ scores are read out, the uproar follows just as night follows day. It is inevitable. Like the changing of the