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Recovered Herring defends against Oquendo on July 14

WBO super-featherweight champion Jamel Herring has recovered from a recent bout of Covid-19 and will

Thanderz on the horizon for Harper

WBC interim super-featherweight champion Katharina Thanderz of Norway will be watching closely when

Saunders explains Canelo decision, targets Andrade

WBO super-middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders has explained the reasons for his withdrawal from

Garcia agrees to Campbell clash

Ryan Garcia has chosen the path of most resistance by agreeing to face Luke Campbell in a fight for

A long history of draws

Debatable draws are nothing new. IBHOF inductee Graham Houston reflects on stalemates from the 15-ro

Witter: I could have beaten Mayweather

Former WBC 140lbs champion Junior Witter was often avoided during his 18-year career and, unfortunat

Whyte should face Fury before Joshua, claims Froch

Former super-middleweight ruler Carl Froch says that Dillian Whyte should receive the chance to face

WBA strips shamed Besputin, Ugas and Ramos to contest vacant...

The WBA has stripped its ‘Regular’ welterweight champion Alexander Besputin after the Russian te

Joshua Franco: “I know where I come from.”

Making the walk to the ring as the challenger on enemy soil is daunting enough, with legs heavy and

Frank Warren writing in his column in the Daily Star, has recently given his input on the situation revolving around the former 2-weight world champion Amir Khan (31-4). Khan has not entered a professional ring for an 18 month period following suffering a devastating knockout at the hands of Canelo Alvarez in May 2016.

With Khan in need to rebuild his brand to regain some credibility as a force in the welterweight division, Frank Warren has suggested that Amir Khan ditch his desire for the glitz and glamour stateside and return to this shores in order to focus on a rebuilding process and attempt to correct his diminishing status.  

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