Ball looking to derail the Courtenay hype train

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Docherty: I’m going to walk through Fox

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Frampton faces Traynor on August 15

Belfast star Carl Frampton will now fight Scotland’s Darren Traynor in a 10-round lightweight bou

McDonnell targets Yorkshire derby with Warrington

Jamie McDonnell has his sights set on big, all-British fights with IBF featherweight champion Josh W

Whyte-Joshua feud rumbles on

The long-running feud between Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua shows no sign of ending soon. Having

Reports: Tyson-Jones postponed until November 28

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Remembering Eddie Futch with Wayne McCullough

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Hooks and jabs: Mayorga’s fresh battle

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Spence-Garcia the highlight of newly-announced PBC shows

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This is no formality for Callum the youngest of the fighting Smith brothers who are as talented, hard working and professional a fighting family you could meet.

Paul, Stephen and Liam all multi championship challengers and winners in the past have achieved great things, but my gut feeling is they have left the best till last.

Callum Smith is undefeated in 22 bouts with 17 wins inside schedule which shows he can box and punch, but more telling is 10 of those wins have come in the 1st round which tells you a lot more about this quiet and polite 27 year old.

This young man in a hurry was to have challenged for the vacant WBC title against the USA former champion Anthony Dirrell but that stalled and he entered the Super Series alongside other British hopes George Groves, Jamie Cox and Chris Eubank Jr.

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