Suggestions...

Alex Dilmaghani: “I’m Ready To Be Let Off The Leash!R...

Tonight British fight fans finally get to savour the top-class domestic contender who promoter Mic

EXCLUSIVE: Buddy McGirt – “The Hall of Fame? It̵...

As little James McGirt sat on the edge of a crumbling concrete step, looking out onto traffic, he

Okolie-Massey and Fitzgerald-Rose Confirmed for July 6 in Ma...

Lawrence Okolie will defend his British and Commonwealth Cruiserweight titles against Jack Massey

Buatsi-Periban Added to Joshua-Ruiz Undercard

Joshua Buatsi will fight in America for the first time as a professional when he defends his WBA In

Conor Benn Headlines NXTGEN Show at York Hall on June 21st

Conor Benn will headline his first ever show when he defends his WBA Continental welterweight title

Heavyweight Hopeful Hughie Fury Returns In Manchester

This Saturday night at the Victoria Warehouse, Manchester,  heavyweight hopeful and former WBO tit

Nathan Gorman: “I want to punch Dubois head in!”

Nathan Gorman insists he will render the judges unemployed when he makes his British title challenge

Haney Headlines In Maryland; Hrgovic, Yeleussinov & Hun...

Undefeated lightweight prodigy Devin Haney, Matchroom Boxing’s latest acquisition and –

Josh Warrington Targets Ring Magazine Belt

Josh Warrington has stated his ambition to win a coveted Ring Magazine belt once he has dealt with m

0

The CEO of Mayweather Promotions, Leonard Ellerbe, was surprised by Conor McGregor’s performance against Floyd Mayweather this past Saturday.

McGregor wasn’t getting outclassed in the early rounds and hung in there with Mayweather but eventually, Floyd turned the pace up and started landing at will.

The tenth round stoppage victory sealed the deal for Floyd and he exited the ring with a 50-0 record.

McGregor, on the other hand, could still have a couple of more fights left in professional boxing according to Ellerbe.

Continue Reading