Suggestions...

Ryder fancies Saunders rematch

Super-middleweight contender John Ryder remains in the race for a September 14 date with Canelo Alva

Dogboe faces Avalos in ‘The Bubble’ on July 21

Former WBO super-bantamweight champion Isaac Dogboe has announced his return to action against two-t

Bowe joins Tyson and Holyfield in comeback crusade

It is a comeback that no-one in boxing wishes to see. Former WBA, WBC, WBO and IBF champion Riddick

Foster decisions spirited Beech to earn Lonsdale Belt outrig...

It may have been a sanitised environment, but the action was anything but sterile as Brad Foster sho

Boxing is back! – Foster vs Beech kickstarts the fight...

All eyes will be on the BT Sport studio in Stratford, East London, on Friday night when professional

British fighters in the running to face Canelo, says Gomez

Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez is pondering the options for his behind-closed-doors fight in Las V

Stevenson moves to 130lbs permanently, Warrington “didn’...

After testing the waters in June, Shakur Stevenson will stay at 130lbs and relinquish his WBO feathe

Ruiz in advanced talks to face Arreola

Former WBA Super, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr. is on the brink of a comeback fight

Takam overcomes heavy heart and Forrest

A week after the passing of his father, former world heavyweight title challenger Carlos Takam held

18 days from today, the unified IBF, WBA (Super) and IBO World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua will make the fourth defence of his crown against the Bulgarian, Kubrat Pulev in Cardiff. But plans are being put in place beyond that fight by the head of Matchroom Boxing and Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn for the man amassing a captivated following at a rapidly increasing rate.

Speaking to The Mirror, when pressed on potential locations for Anthony Joshua’s next outing, Eddie Hearn said Maybe Las Vegas, maybe the Middle East. Hearn has previously spoken about Joshua’s marketability on many occasions and had voiced his intention to see Joshua attempt to explore other avenues in the boxing market and not only restrict himself to the British public and both Las Vegas and the Middle East offer lucrative avenues for Joshua to capitalise on his stardom and Las Vegas, in particular, represents a significant business move too as it would increase Joshua’s level of exposure and profile in the USA. 

Continue Reading