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Shabir Haidary: The road isn’t easy

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” – this truth once proclaimed by a Chinese proverb has now been bastardised by a million internet bores flogging their own saccharine brand of off-the-peg faux inspiration. ...

Akeem Ennis Brown: Maxwell isn’t in my league

Akeem Ennis Brown takes the latest step on his perfect, if not slightly stop-start, journey through professional boxing when he defends his British and Commonwealth titles against Sam Maxwell this weekend. The Frank Warren promoted card is ...

Tina Rupprecht: A labour of love

For Tina Rupprecht, boxing is a labour of love. Any hopes of making money in her thus far eight-year career have long been dashed as she resigns herself to the fact that the sport will continue to cost her financially rather than solicit ...

Liam Cameron: Out of the darkness

The demise was reminiscent of Tony Soprano in that final scene in the New Jersey diner. The fade to black: raw, unexpected and, for many, unsatisfactory. Liam Cameron’s world had been bright, recently filled with the promise of opport...

Kevin Cronin: No stranger to firefights

Boxing may be a sport associated with fireworks but it has not been without connections to putting out fires over the years. The most obvious example being Terry Marsh, who as well as being a member of White Watch with the Essex County F...

Carly Skelly: Refusing to go away quietly

“You can’t always get what you want But if you try sometime you find You get what you need” These words may have been lifted straight from a Rolling Stones song from their 60s heyday, but they retain their relevanc...

Tocker Pudwill: Remembering Calzaghe

“Calzaghe would have beaten Ottke. He just wouldn’t have had the power; eventually, as the fight went on, I think Calzaghe would have worn him down. I’d definitely give the fight to Calzaghe. No doubt about that,” Tocker Pudwill tel...

Brian Rose: In love with the game

“I’m not joking: I thought I had a bleed on the brain and I thought to myself ‘you’re going to die in this ring’. But do you know what? I did not actually give a shit. At least I would be dying doing something I love.” With thes...

Scott Williams: A win is getting to the last bell

You won’t remember the Baltimore Rockets, the Atlantic City Seagulls, or the daddy of them all the Washington Generals. These were the stooge teams employed to nominally do their best whilst being mesmerised by the flamboyant sk...

Jon Pitman: Redemption and the rise of Akeem Ennis Brown

Gloucester is that rarest of places in England where the oval ball reigns supreme over the round one. Like neighbouring Bath and Worcester, Rugby Union is imprinted in the city’s DNA. So dominant is it in the local psyche that other ...

Tommy Frank: I want to fight the best

Talk of a ‘Drive-in Show’ might conjure up images of Arthur Fonzarelli on his Triumph motorcycle or Richie Cunningham bunting to first base up on Inspiration Point in the 1950s-themed tv series ‘Happy Days’...

Joe Smith Jr: The Rise Of ‘The Common Man’

“…I got Mary pregnant And man, that was all she wrote And for my nineteenth birthday I got a union card and a wedding coat.” This haunting lament for lost or never found opportunity comes straight from Bruce Springsteen’s iconic ‘...

Joe Hughes: Making a difference

“I felt up to that point that I’d underachieved in my career. I felt that I was better than what I’d done. I hadn’t fully shown what I could do due to injuries and other factors. But this just felt like justification for everything....

Marc Leach: Just a local lad from Salford

“I’ve not seen it yet, but people have told me Tony Bellew was writing me off before I even got into the ring. I heard he was saying [Qais Ashfaq] was going to turn me over,” Marc Leach says with a smile.  He tells Boxing So...

Katelynn Phelan: The rise of the Smiling Assassin

Old fight folklore recollects that the legendary Harry Greb once lured rival Johnny Wilson into putting his middleweight title on the line via unorthodox means. No stranger to unconventional tactics in the ring, the man nicknamed the ‘...

Dec Spelman: War all the time

Scunthorpe’s coat of arms contains a golden wheatsheaf on a field of green. It is a permanent reminder of its once agricultural heritage before plough and scythe gave way to the smoke and hammers of heavy industry in the mid-19th Cen...

Ellie Scotney: Not your average 22-year-old

Ellie Scotney could never be classified as your average 22-year-old. Her home is the earthy South East London outpost of Catford. An unreconstructed piece of old London still missing its dog-track and dragging a sly roll-up in the face of a...

Akeem Ennis Brown: Waiting for a break

“You are not telling me this fight is going ahead until I actually see Philip Bowes in the ring. I don’t care if you even see him at the venue or in the changing room or whatever. It’s not definitely on until he’s stood in the ring ...

EXCLUSIVE: Michael Hennessy Jr – “The Inevitable Journey…”

“I’ve been told I will have a minimum of five fights this year, which is very active considering we are already in March and I haven’t had a fight yet. I’m looking forward to getting back out there.” When Michael Hennessy Jr utter...

EXCLUSIVE: Jack Massey – “One Smack On Track…”

“The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away” it was once proclaimed in a holy book. Outside of Christianity, boxing’s pagan god’s can be relied upon to do something similar, without remorse or benevolence. As a citizen of America...