The Best Is Yet to Come From Peter McDonagh

Cinderella man Peter McDonagh aims to give the fans another “fantastic night” and show “the best is yet to come”. Continue reading


Adam Battle Looking to Make a Big Statement

Adam Battle wants to “make a statement” on the James DeGale undercard at Glow, Bluewater, Saturday, 16 November. Continue reading

Towers Looks to Prove Doubters Wrong

Richard Towers is determined to prove a point to British fight fans when he faces Australia’s Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne in Hull on Saturday night.

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Montoya: I’ll Be Butler’s Worst Nightmare

Mexican warrior Ruben Montoya says he will be Paul Butler’s worst nightmare when they clash at the Liverpool ECHO Arena on Saturday, 7 December, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky ch. 437/Virgin ch. 546).
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Towers & Browne Will Steal the Show, Believes Ricky Hatton

Ricky Hatton says Richard Towers and Lucas Browne’s heavyweight battle will be a showstopper at the Hull Ice Arena on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports. Continue reading

Cleverly to Return At Cruiser, Vie For Commonwealth Honours

Welsh star Nathan Cleverly will begin his campaign to become a two-time world champion when he makes his big ring return as a cruiserweight on Saturday, 30 November, at London’s Copper Box Arena. Continue reading

Gavin: I’ll Blow Away Springsteen & Elton John

British welterweight star Frankie Gavin aims to outshine superstars Bruce Springsteen and Elton John when he defends his Commonwealth title at Leeds’ First Direct Arena on Saturday, 21 December, live and exclusive on the Channel of Champions, BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/Virgin Ch. 546). Continue reading

Daws Ready to Give It His All

Lenny Daws is ready to “get in there” and “put on a good show” for all his fans on the James DeGale undercard at Glow, Bluewater, Saturday, 16th November. Continue reading

Coyle: I’m Over My Mathews Nightmare

Tommy Coyle is aiming to put the disappointment of his heart-breaking defeat to Commonwealth lightweight champion Derry Mathews behind him when he faces John Simpson on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports from the Hull Ice Arena. Continue reading

Board Back Warren in Smith Dispute

The British Boxing Board of Control have today decided that British super featherweight champion Stephen Smith will not be allowed to defend his title on any promotion other than that of his promoter Frank Warren, which is scheduled for Saturday, 7 December, at the Liverpool ECHO Arena. Continue reading