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The Alarm Bells are Ringing but Few Hear Them

“I am not a middleweight champion. I was at one point, but I am no longer the middleweight champ.” This was Saul Alvarez’s answer at a press conference recently when asked about his status as a middleweight titleholder. It reads like a forfeiture of the middleweight crown and Transnational’s Rankings Board interpreted it as such,

Read more Talks With Cruiserweight Prospect, Mark Adam Little

Romford’s Mark Adam Little, cruiserweight boxing prospect, took some time out to talk with us about his in-ring ambitions, life, hobbies, his passion as a fan of the sport and lots more! Read on. What inspired you to become a boxer? Originally I joined a gym because I was something like 22 stone and started

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Jack Dempsey: Does He Deserve His Place In History?

Few heavyweight boxers held the fire and intensity within them as much as Jack Dempsey once did. Nicknamed ‘The Manassa Mauler,’ Dempsey had an unpromising start to his career when he drew with Young Herman in 1914 and eventually lost his 8th professional bout to Jack Downey. Still, he persevered and while he faced more

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The ban that exploded – Aekkachai Saengthapthim

Due to the small niche that I cover it’s rare for any fight that I write about to get any sort of major attention. Every so often though a fight does manage to do that, usually because of the loyal fan bases that fighters in Asian boxing countries often have, or the intrigue that Western

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Prediction: Kell Brook v Errol Spence Jr

IBF welterweight champion, Kell Brook will return to the ring on May 27th at Bramall Lane football stadium in his hometown of Sheffield to make the 4th defense of his crown against American sensation, Errol Spence Jr. Former Olympian Spence will be travelling for the first time out of his native United States, a move

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Prospect Watch: Dmitry Bivol

Have a good look at the light-heavyweight landscape. What do you see? Reasonably you would have to notice, at the very least, that it is a well-stocked class. After all, Andre Ward, Sergey Kovalev, and Adonis Stevenson round out the top three, anyone of which could be argued to be “the man”. They are followed

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Liam Williams vs Liam Smith: It’s only just begun

The dust has settled from the weekends boxing, and I’ve just about got that bitter taste out of my mouth, the taste that’s been there since the “head butt heard around the valleys” went undetected. Liam Williams (16-1-1, 11 KOs) was in cruise control, out-boxing the former WBO world champion Liam Smith (25-1-1, 14 KOs).

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Naoya Inoue: The “Monster” to fight in the USA

Yesterday in Tokyo a press conference was held to announce WBO Jr. Bantamweight titlist Naoya “Monster” Inoue’s (12-0, 10 KO’s) next fight, which will be against Ricardo Rodriguez (16-3, 5 KO’s). The bout will take place on May 21 in Tokyo as part of a world championship doubleheader (IBF Light Flyweight champion Akira Yaegashi will

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