Suggestions...

Liam Williams to Face Karim Achour for the WBC ‘Silver...

Two-weight British champion Liam Williams will fight for the WBC Silver middleweight title at The O2

Richards Eyes Sterling Knockout at York Hall

Craig Richards (14-1, 8 KO’s) says he is looking for a knockout when he clashes with South Lon

Boxing’s Management Minefield

Horror stories regarding poor boxing management of fighters are commonplace in our sport. The defini

Joseph Parker to Face Alex Leapai on June 29th in Providence

Joseph Parker will face Alex Leapai on his return to action at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Provid

EXCLUSIVE: Brian Phillips – “A Defeat Doesn’t Mean...

Leaving the nest at Rotunda ABC and embarking on a professional career that would hold surprises and

Yuniel Dorticos Destroys Andrew Tabiti in WBSS Semi-Final in...

Yuniel Dorticos has claimed the vacant IBF cruiserweight title with a violent tenth-round knockout o

Fury Blows Away Schwarz Inside Two On Vegas Debut

Tyson Fury has successfully retained the lineal heavyweight title with an emphatic second-round knoc

EXCLUSIVE: Leon Bunn – “Not Afraid…”

In Frankfurt, young men and women battle through the bustling, crowded streets of one of GermanyR

Fitzgerald Out, Fowler In For July 6 Rose Clash

Anthony Fowler (9-1, 8 KO’s) has stepped in to face Brian Rose (31-5-1, 8 KO’s)  on S

0

It’s no exaggeration that the current British boxing landscape is a battlefield between two protomers – the younger Eddie Hearn and the veteran name of the game, Frank Warren.

Last weekend it was all about Hearn and his number one guy, World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.

The Principality Stadium in Cardiff was packed with boxing fans from all across the UK and many travelled from abroad as well.

About last night 🇬🇧

A post shared by Eddie Hearn (@eddiehearn) on

Matchroom made a statement while everybody was watching and among those who watched was Warren. The longtime promoter has seen his fair share of big shows, smaller shows, and legendary unforgettable events.

So what did the experienced Warren think of the biggest indoor boxing event ever held?

Continue Reading