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Sauerland Aiming For Forward Momentum Into WBSS Season Three

PROMOTER Kalle Sauerland is working on a Plan A and Plan B as he looks for the second season of the World Boxing Super Series to close out in style. Sauerland is in Germany for the cruiserweight final...

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Boxing Facing Financial Adjustments

Boxing Facing Financial Adjustments

By Tris Dixon - Whatever twists and turns remain in the era of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s safe to say things aren’t going back to normal any time soon. In the grand scheme of things, boxing is a f...

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Alan Minter - Paid in Blood

Alan Minter - Paid in Blood

By Tris Dixon - British boxing great and former world middleweight champion Alan Minter followed in the footsteps of Randolph Turpin and Terry Downes and said just several weeks ago, “I’m so proud of ...

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Anthony Yarde's Trainer: Joshua Buatsi Fight is Box Office

Anthony Yarde's Trainer: Joshua Buatsi Fight is Box Office

By Tris Dixon - Light heavyweight star Joshua Buatsi needs to prove himself before he deserves a fight with Anthony Yarde. That’s the verdict of Yarde’s outspoken trainer Tunde Ajayi, who believes his...

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Povetkin: I Look Forward To Fighting Fury, But I'm Focused on Whyte Rematch

Povetkin: I Look Forward To Fighting Fury, But I'm Focused on Whyte Rematch

By Tris Dixon - By It’s been nearly a week since the few in attendance ringside at the final Fight Camp event of the summer were left in a stunned silence. Russian Alexander Povetkin had cancelled Dil...

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Plenty Riding on Dillian Whyte vs. Alexander Povetkin

Plenty Riding on Dillian Whyte vs. Alexander Povetkin

By Tris Dixon - It’s been more than 1,000 days that Dillian Whyte has sat atop of the WBC’s ratings. If he gets beyond Alexander Povetkin this Saturday, he is due to fight the winner of the third cont...

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When Hell Froze in British Boxing

When Hell Froze in British Boxing

by Tris Dixon - Hell froze over in British boxing this week and leading promoters Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn shared a phone call. The promise is that they can and will work together, creating a slew...

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Carl Frampton Hopes Jamel Herring Fight Still Happens in 2020

Carl Frampton insists that while he hopes his anticipated clash with Jamel Herring still takes place this year, he can’t afford to look beyond his fight at the BT Sport Studios on August 15. He had be...

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Liam Williams: Eubank, Canelo, Andrade - I Want a Massive Fight

Liam Williams is chomping at the bit to box again. The Welshman is the WBO’s mandatory challenger for middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade but hasn’t fought since a December 21 win over Alantez Fox...

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Boxing Has To Make it Count

With Errol Spence-Danny Garcia being announced we’ve reached a sort of watershed moment. At some point the big fights must come back. At some point big money is going to have to be spent for big money...

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Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Presents Boxing With a Moral Dilemma

THERE have been plenty of big announcements this week, with exciting fights being made, the PBC coming back into play, speculation about big bouts returning before the end of the year but one announce...

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Ryder's Trainer: Callum Smith Would Also Be Huge Underdog With Canelo

John Ryder still holds a ticket in the Canelo sweepstakes but his trainer, Tony Sims, admits they might not be holding the golden one. Super middleweight No.1 Callum Smith is thought to be Team Canelo...

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Callum Smith's Trainer: Canelo, DAZN Want The Fight!

Trainer Joe Gallagher is still hopeful his charge Callum Smith will land a high-profile fight with Saul Alvarez. “Everything’s crossed for the Canelo fight,” he explained to BoxingScene.com. “We said ...

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Quigley Motivated: I'd Go In There and Give Canelo Hell!

Quigley Motivated: I'd Go In There and Give Canelo Hell!

By Tris Dixon - A couple of weeks ago the phone rang and Jason Quigley picked up. The contents of the call had the potential to change his life. He was on a shortlist to face world middleweight king ...

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Tibbs Wishes Dillian Whyte All The Best After Communications Breakdown

Tibbs Wishes Dillian Whyte All The Best After Communications Breakdown

By Tris Dixon - London trainer Mark Tibbs has spoken of his disappointment at parting company with WBC No. 1 heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte. Whyte, who is preparing for his fight with Alexander P...

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Alfred Kotey - From The African Slums To The Bantamweight Throne

Ghana’s Alfred Kotey had just stopped Scotland’s Drew Docherty to defend his WBO bantamweight title, on the Scot’s home turf at the Tryst Sports Centre. A sold-out crowd of 1,500 had turned out to see...

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Boxing is Back, But Will It Hold Its Own?

The Sweet Caroline soundtrack might be absent and the crowds might be nowhere to be seen, but make no mistake boxing is returning to the UK market this summer. Both Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn have u...

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Boxing Turns Another Blind Eye

Boxing Turns Another Blind Eye

By Tris Dixon - It was one of the most heinous crimes boxing has known, and after a century of lies, deception and skulduggery that is some claim to infamy. It was 37 years ago this week when Luis Res...

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Quigg Will Likely Head To U.S., Possibly Work as Trainer With Roach at Wild Card

AFTER 40 pro fights enough was enough for Scott Quigg. He’d done more than he’d set out to achieve in boxing and after losing to Jono Carrol in March he called it a day. He’s been keeping in shape at ...

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Boxing at The Daniel Kinahan Crossroads

Boxing finds itself at a crossroads, though it’s been down this path before. The sport’s moral compass wasn’t created normally and it has often led everyone involved astray. Now the sport has a divisi...

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