Dilks Claims Masters Honours At Cruiser, Stafford Wins, Undercard

‘Dynamite’ Carl Dilks claimed the vacant International Masters Bronze cruiserweight title with an 80-72 victory over Carl Wild.
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Haskins Gets Wilton On DeGale Undercard

Lee Haskins “can’t wait” to get back out in front of his home fans at the City Academy, Bristol, live on Channel 5 tomorrow night. Continue reading

Beware the Underdog, Burns Warns Crawford

Ricky Burns says he will thrive as the underdog in his WBO world lightweight title defence against Terence Crawford at the sold-out SECC in Glasgow tomorrow night, live on Sky Sports. Continue reading

Warren Announces April 12 Show, Copper Box

Promoter Frank Warren’s next action-packed show at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, will take place on Saturday, 12 April. Continue reading

Barclay to Spar With Klitschko

Simon Barclay will go in the ring with unified world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko before he has thrown a professional punch. Continue reading

Dodson Out Of Fielding Clash, Fight Off

An ear infection has forced Tony Dodson out of his Commonwealth super middleweight title challenge with fellow Liverpudlian Rocky Fielding. Continue reading

Gavin Faces African Test

British and Commonwealth welterweight champion Frankie Gavin will face Sacky Shikukutu on Saturday, 29 March, at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena. Continue reading

Dodson: No Way Another Liverpool Fighter Can Beat Me

Tony Dodson says there is no way he will allow another Liverpool boxer to defeat him ahead of his Commonwealth super middleweight title clash with Rocky Fielding at the ECHO Arena on March 15, live on Sky Sports. Continue reading

Southport’s Stafford Makes Home Return

Mike Stafford returns to action on Friday, February 28 with one thing on his mind, the British light heavyweight title. Continue reading

Crawford: Burns Has Weight Of Scotland on Shoulders

Terence Crawford says all the pressure is on Ricky Burns on Saturday night as the pair battle for the Scotsman’s WBO world lightweight title at the SECC in Glasgow, live on Sky Sports – and says there’s nothing the 11,000 fans in the arena can do to stop him.
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