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DAZN, Matchroom announce Garcia-Martin, Whyte-Wallin & P...

DAZN and Matchroom have announced three fights nights to add to their 2021 schedule.

Whyte-Wallin official for October 30 in London

WBC Interim heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte will take on Swedish southpaw Otto Wallin at the O2 A

Bradley: Crawford is a once-in-a-generation talent, but Port...

WBO welterweight king Terence Crawford will finally face the marquee opponent he has been craving wh

Gutierrez-Colbert and Dalakian-Concepción head to purse bid...

The WBA’s welcome move to clear up its convoluted world title picture is gathering pace with the o

Fury: I’ve never lost a fight and don’t think I ever...

Tyson Fury believes he will retire unbeaten after two or three more fights. The WBC heavyweight cham

Whyte set for Wallin test

WBC Interim heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte will clash with Swedish southpaw Otto Wallin at the O

Houston: Holyfield-Belfort debacle highlights the danger of ...

IBHOF inductee Graham Houston discusses the recent wave of returning boxing legends and the dangers

Terri Moss: Two shows, one aim

It’s been 14 years since former female battler Terri Moss (9-9, 3 KOs) walked to the ring for the

Wilder: Fury will suffer if he pulls out again

Deontay Wilder says Tyson Fury will suffer financial penalties and forfeit his WBC belt should he wi


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Terri Moss: Two shows, one aim

It’s been 14 years since former female battler Terri Moss (9-9, 3 KOs) walked to the ring for the last time as a professional boxer. But ever since, she’s been continuing to give back to the sport in a multitude of ways, and this Thursd...

Hunter Warner: From the rink to the ring

“I’ve been in front of 18 thousand people, and I got into a fight that night on the ice, actually. People say, ‘The eyes aren’t all on you,’ but in that moment, they were. We squared up, took our gloves off and it was a bare knuck...

Lenin Castillo: On the road again

When reaching out to Lenin Castillo, the purpose had been to shine a light on some of the Dominican Republic’s former Olympic representatives, where had they gone? What had become of them? Castillo, outpointed when stepping up to challeng...

Christy Martin: Never laying down

Christy Martin is restless. She’s sitting, then standing and walking around the room, before sitting again and fixing her hair. This is one of tens of calls she’s joined in the last week, discussing Netflix’s documentar...

Robson Conceição: Springing surprises

Big Hebert Sousa was handed an Olympic draw from the devil, squaring off against top seeds and trailing in his gold medal bout. In the most extraordinary of finishes, the man from Brazil summoned an enormous, debilitating left hook to end t...

Pacquiao v Ugas: Fighting father time

There was a sense of relief following Manny Pacquiao’s loss to Yordenis Ugas; relief that the Filipino icon hadn’t been staring down the barrel of Errol Spence Jnr’s punches as originally intended, and that maybe, it has dawned on the...

Antonio Mireles: Less talk, more action

Antonio Mireles is a man of few words. The Des Moines, Iowa native, a promising heavyweight recently signed to Split-T Management, looks set for an explosive introduction to professional boxing, but when speaking to him, you’d assume his ...

Austin Trout: Ain’t done yet

“The only reason I’m still here is because I love the game. Boxing has been one of the biggest blessings in my life directly from God. With that being said, it’s been one of the biggest heartbreakers in my life, too. To be in love wit...

Matty Harris: Ready to deliver

It’s quite a sight: giant Wasserman heavyweight prospect Matty Harris squeezing himself out of the window of his current residence – an old, classic caravan that he could probably lift and move on his own, if he so desired. This is home...

Kynoch Boxing: Fresh air, fresh faces

What are the chances of a late summer evening in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, remaining entirely dry? Kynoch Boxing and Dennis Hobson’s FightZone movement put their faith in the weather and were repaid, as their July 31s show deliver...

Nathaniel Collins: This is my time

Just a short walk from his childhood Hamilton home, undefeated Commonwealth title challenger Nathaniel Collins (7-0, 2 KOs) is seeking to establish himself amongst some of the country’s best boxers tonight. He fights for new promoter Sa...

Hannah Baggaley: Making Sacrifices

“People always say that ‘If you can piss, you can paint’. What they don’t understand is the hard graft that goes into the prep before it gets to the stage of painting. Carrying big 10 litre tubs of paint about all day back-and-f...

David Benavidez: Back better than ever

There’s heat in and around Phoenix, Arizona. After the Suns’ dramatically capsized in the NBA championship, dropping the series to the Milwaukee Bucks, the city continued wiping sweat from its brow, this time born of its searing tempera...

Anthony Yigit: Solving the puzzle

Former world title challenger Anthony Yigit is boxing’s Rubik’s Cube.   Where his peers present themselves, simple to understand and one shade in the majority, the Swede has always been a bit of a puzzle. Yigit (...

Boxing: The same old story

Boxing of late has become trapped in some type of fistic Groundhog Day, or in the wandering, forgetful mind of a confused grandparent. Time-and-time again, social media profiles and boxing outlets are flooded with stories, resulting in tags...

Stefi Cohen: Limits don’t exist

Crowds peer through the metal, grated fence, wearing baseball caps and looks of disbelief. Their eyes seem to travel up every pulsing vein, with small clouds of sawdust blurring their features, disguising mouths agape. On the other side of ...

Wayne Alexander: The test of time

A visibly excited Danny Williams sits between two, far smaller men in the Sky Sports studio in September 2004, wearing his light-grey suit and holding the microphone like a child’s ice cream. He talks with giddy enthusiasm about his upcom...

Zhang Zhilei: In deep water

Beijing erupted all over again…   Standing aloft the podium for the second consecutive Olympic Games, Meng Guanliang and Yang Wenjun’s faces were glowing in the reflection of solid gold, like John Travolta’s when slowly prising open...

Adam Lopez: Great expectations

Adam Lopez’s life changed immeasurably just days after he spoke to Boxing Social back in November 2019. We caught up on a Tuesday, with his fight on the undercard of Oscar Valdez’s proposed showdown with Andres Gutierrez the foll...

Boxing united: The fight game revels in Donaire victory

After chopping down reigning WBC champion Nordine Oubaali, newly-crowned Filipino world champion Nonito Donaire roared with a mixture of ecstasy and relief. Most unusually though, almost all of boxing roared with him, celebrating one of a...

Héctor Vinent: The ‘where’ and ‘why’ of Cuba’s champion

At first glance, you wouldn’t want to meet this guy in a dark alleyway, either in Istanbul, Turkey, or Santiago de Cuba. The stern-looking figure almost breaking the lens with a glare taken straight from centre-ring is wearing Adidas and ...