Commentating on and judging boxing bouts are two vastly different jobs that require vastly different skills. So why do we – TV broadcasters – insist on having the same people do both? Anyone who has ever watched lived boxing has
WITH SPORT ON the whole creeping sluggishly out of enforced hibernation and attempting to establish a foothold in the world of the so-called new normal, how about lighting the touch paper and really bringing British boxing back with a bang?
So what is new with Round4Pound? Sign Up The main feature is that users can now sign up and create their very own account. This saves players entering contact details after every set of predictions and means players
Putting aside all of my cynicism for boxing, or trying to at least, it was impossible not to enjoy ‘Dazzling’ Dave Allen’s win over Lucas Browne on Saturday night. Let’s forget the hypocrisy spewed towards Jarrell Miller while Browne (who
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
In light of the recent reaction to both BBC and ITV employing female pundits for the football, in 2018 no less, we turn our eye to the boxing equivalent. Whether you agree with Simon Kelner and his i News piece
Before watching the debut of the new Ringside, I tweeted (more hopefully than naively) that I hoped a platform as big as Sky would use this show for the good of boxing, and not as a merciless Matchroom propaganda machine.
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