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Whyte: Fury is taking too much punishment, he’s slowing do...

Dillian Whyte believes WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is slowing down and being drawn into puni

Akeem Ennis-Brown: Decoding the puzzle

Akeem Ennis-Brown stands at attention, accepting his fate, despite almost everybody in attendan

Dominant Stevenson dismantles Herring in 10

Shakur Stevenson underlined his star quality with a sparkling performance when he needed it, dominat

Weekend Betting Angle – Herring vs Stevenson

IBHOF inductee and boxing gambling expert Graham Houston weighs up Saturday night’s super-featherw

Rivas trumps Rozicki to become inaugural WBC bridgerweight c...

Oscar Rivas carved his name in boxing history by becoming the sport’s first ever champion in its 1

Wallin seeks answers after Whyte injury

It was the great Lennox Lewis who popularised the phrase ‘politricks’ to describe the shenanigan

Daily News Social: SugarHill proud to add to the Steward leg...

In a new series, published during weekdays on Boxing Social, the incomparable Terry Dooley delivers

James: I’ll prove I’m a major player in the welterweight...

WBA Regular champion Jamal James plans to show he is an emerging force in the welterweight division

Quigley: The WBO title is coming back to Ireland

Jason Quigley believes he is perfectly poised to defeat WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade

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Whyte: Fury is taking too much punishment, he’s slowing down

Dillian Whyte believes WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is slowing down and being drawn into punishing wars of attrition.  Two weeks ago, Fury rose from two knockdowns to overwhelm and stop old rival Deontay Wilder in the 11thround ...

Akeem Ennis-Brown: Decoding the puzzle

Akeem Ennis-Brown stands at attention, accepting his fate, despite almost everybody in attendance and those watching from home bemused at both of his hands remaining firmly at his sides. Defeat. The first as a professional. Ennis-...

Dominant Stevenson dismantles Herring in 10

Shakur Stevenson underlined his star quality with a sparkling performance when he needed it, dominating WBO super-featherweight champion Jamel Herring en route to a 10th round triumph at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday night. W...

Weekend Betting Angle – Herring vs Stevenson

IBHOF inductee and boxing gambling expert Graham Houston weighs up Saturday night’s super-featherweight clash between WBO champion Jamel Herring and the unbeaten Shakur Stevenson at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta. In a quiet week for box...

Rivas trumps Rozicki to become inaugural WBC bridgerweight champion

Oscar Rivas carved his name in boxing history by becoming the sport’s first ever champion in its 18th weight division. Rivas outlasted a spirited Ryan Rozicki to claim the vacant WBC bridgerweight title at the Olympia Theatre in...

Wallin seeks answers after Whyte injury

It was the great Lennox Lewis who popularised the phrase ‘politricks’ to describe the shenanigans and manoeuvrings that all so often characterise boxing. This week Otto Wallin found himself an unfortunate victim of what – to some – ...

Daily News Social: SugarHill proud to add to the Steward legacy and Breland boosted by Mayweather praise

In a new series, published during weekdays on Boxing Social, the incomparable Terry Dooley delivers his unique look at the boxing news.  A third world war is probably going to have less fallout than the trilogy between Tyson Fury&...

James: I’ll prove I’m a major player in the welterweight division

WBA Regular champion Jamal James plans to show he is an emerging force in the welterweight division when he faces dangerous Russian Radzhab Butaev at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Octobe...

Quigley: The WBO title is coming back to Ireland

Jason Quigley believes he is perfectly poised to defeat WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade when they clash at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, on November 19. The former Irish amateur star’s career has been rejuv...

Tyrone McKenna: War And Glory

Tyrone McKenna got exactly what he wanted in his last fight. A war. ‘The Mighty Celt’ has an undeniable thirst for blood, guts and glory and at Falls Park, Belfast in August the 31-year-old super-lightweight was no longer parched after ...

Herring vs Stevenson Boxing Social Staff Picks

Shakur Stevenson will attempt to become a two-division world champion when he collides with WBO super-featherweight king Jamel Herring at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday. New Jersey’s unbeaten Stevenson has been lauded as one ...

Romero: I’m knocking Davis out, he’s made a career of beating up featherweights

Rolando Romero talks a great fight and believes he will bring one, too, when he faces Gervonta Davis at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on December 5. The colourful Romero has been pushing for a clash with fellow Mayweather Promotions fig...

Herring unconcerned by underdog status

WBO super-featherweight champion Jamel Herring is paying no mind to the oddsmakers. Pegged as a 5-1 underdog for his defence against the talented and touted Shakur Stevenson, Herring is on familiar ground, having been written off before his...

Taylor suffers knee injury, Catterall clash postponed to February 26

Undisputed 140lbs champion Josh Taylor has sustained a knee injury in training, forcing the postponement of his bout against WBO mandatory contender Jack Catterall at The OVO Hydro in Glasgow on December 18. The clash has now been rear...

Davis: I’m going to punish Romero

Gervonta Davis has promised to give the outspoken Rolando Romero a beating he won’t forget when they meet at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on December 5. Baltimore puncher Davis (25-0, 24 KOs) will defend his WBA Regular lightweight c...

River Wilson-Bent: A Sky Blue Horizon

‘River the boxer’ is how he is known to the people of Coventry.  In time, River Wilson-Bent wants to be known as ‘River the British champion’ and his home football team Coventry City, aka ‘The Sky Blues’...

Bradley: We will see the best Stevenson against Herring

Widely-regarded as one of boxing’s finest young talents, Shakur Stevenson was on the receiving end of some stinging criticism after a safety-first points victory over unsung Namibian Jeremiah Nakathila in June. But two-weight champion tur...

Canelo: I am the complete fighter, Plant will fall before the eighth

Canelo Alvarez is primed for a historic victory over rival world champion Caleb Plant at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on November 6, believing he is now the complete fighter. WBC, WBA Super and WBO super-middleweight king Alvarez is see...

Lopez-Kambosos confirmed for November 27

The long-delayed encounter between world lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez and IBF No.1 contender George Kambosos will now take place at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden, New York, on November 27. Lopez-Kambosos was originall...

Whyte ‘devastated’ by injury, but the show goes on

WBC Interim heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte says he is devastated by the late postponement of his clash with Otto Wallin after the Brixton banger sustained a shoulder injury that worsened in the final stages of training camp. Whyte had b...

Ennis: I’m coming to take over the welterweight division

Jaron Ennis believes he is the next big thing in the welterweight division and plans to prove his pedigree when he meets seasoned veteran Thomas Dulorme in a 10-rounder at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino ...

Whyte suffers shoulder injury, Wallin bout off

Dillian Whyte has reportedly suffered a shoulder injury, leading to the postponement of his heavyweight clash with Otto Wallin at the O2 Arena in London next weekend. WBC Interim champion Whyte sustained the injury whilst in the final stage...

Martin victory another highpoint in Spain’s colourful boxing history

Following Sandor Martin’s surprise victory over Mikey Garcia at the weekend, IBHOF inductee Graham Houston dips into the past to remember other glory nights in Spanish boxing history. Sandor Martin’s win over a lacklustre Mikey Garc...

Shields: Joshua on the hunt for a new trainer in the US

Anthony Joshua is actively seeking a new trainer and direction in America, having lost his WBA Super, WBO and IBF heavyweight crowns to Oleksandr Usyk last month. Robert McCracken’s days as Joshua’s coach appear to be numbered with the ...