When Logan Paul and KSI headlined a pro-boxing show, I wasn’t happy. 2 non-boxers were headlining a PPV show on Sky Sports. “How is this boxing?” I cried, largely to myself. I described their licensing as “a transparent attempt to
The Lancastrian Suite played host (eventually) to the comeback of Jeff Saunders (13-0). In what was inevitably dubbed as the “Battle of the Saunders” Jeff was made to work hard to earn a 40-36 decision win over namesake Rhys (3-18).
It’s been a long time since so much has been made of a heavyweight boxing result. Anthony Joshua had barely made his way back to his feet before the circus began. While last Saturday was far from a close contest,
November promises to be a fantastic month, and not just because it’s my birthday. The 20th in case you’re wondering. No, there is a mouthwatering selection of action set to take place in the squared circle. BBB has a look
The dust has settled from Dillian Whyte – Joseph Parker last weekend. The general consensus is that this was a very entertaining card of boxing. Derek Chisora upset the odds in a barnstorming contest against former world title challenger Carlos
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
Boxing is back! On terrestrial television anyway, and this is surely a good thing. Isn’t it? Not according to some. As two people who have long since attended local ‘small hall’ shows we were thrilled that Robbie Davies Jr had