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Pacquiao would face Golovkin – at 147lbs

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WBC reaffirms Whyte mandatory position

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Thomas Dulorme has been around the block in boxing. The Puerto Rican has fought some of the best nam

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Hooks and jabs: Navarrete vs Magdaleno set for vacant WBO 12...

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Rhodes remembers Moore war

On 23 October 2009, two boxers temporarily put their friendship aside. Jamie Moore entered the Bolton Arena ring the betting favourite and on the verge of a world title shot. The Mancunian was defending his European 154lbs crown, but much m...

When two worlds collided: Gareth A. Davies on Mayweather vs McGregor

In August 2017, two worlds formed a union of mutual convenience. Conor McGregor, the biggest star the world of MMA has ever seen, crossed the great divide and entered a new domain to challenge Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a boxing match. When it...

Al Bernstein remembers Leonard vs Hearns II

In September 1981, two rival champions treated us to one of the greatest fights in boxing history and arguably the best welterweight title match we are ever likely to see. WBC champion Sugar Ray Leonard and WBA title-holder Thomas Hearns se...

Revisiting Fury-Wilder I & II with John Rawling

Badly overweight and battling severe mental demons, any chances of a successful comeback looked remote for Tyson Fury a couple of years ago. Frank Warren took a punt, of course, and the former undisputed heavyweight champion launched a mira...

Ian Darke: Memories of Holmes-Ali

Timing is everything in boxing. Taking a fight at the wrong time can have devastating, long-lasting consequences on a career. Equally, it can have tragic life-changing implications – you have to know when to let go. Larry Holmes had t...

Ian Darke: Hagler v Hearns – “35 Years On…”

On April 15th 1985, in a temporary arena built on the tennis courts of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, two fighters gave us everything and a little bit more. One came for redemption, the other for greatness. They met head on, in the most dr...