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Full Results from SSE Arena, Wembley

OVILL McKENZIE WTKO2 (2:04) JANNE FORSMAN

Derby’s Ovill McKenzie adds the WBA Continental Cruiserweight title to his British and Commonwealth titles with a second round stoppage of Finland’s Janne Forsman. Big-hitting McKenzie dropped Forsman in the first with a hard right hook to the body, but was up at eight and survived to the end of the round. In the second round two clubbing hooks from McKenzie dropped Forsman, although up at eight, the referee Terry O’Connor waved it off. Continue reading

Mitchell Smith KOs Dennis Tubieron

Hard filipino Dennis Tubieron took Josh Warrington the twelve round distance in his last fight, but he couldn’t cope with dynamite punching Mitchell Smith who demolished him inside a round with one punch at the SSE Arena, Wembley.

The unbeaten Harrow Weald ace landed a blockbuster right hand to southpaw Tubieron ribs and he fell on the spot with referee Steve Gray starting the count. Unable to rise and in severe pain from a suspected broken rib, Gray counted Tubieron out as Smith celebrated in front of his loyal fans. Continue reading

Saunders Destroys Bloyer

Billy Joe Saunders cleared the way for his big world title showdown against WBO World Middleweight Champion Andy Lee with a devastating performance over Frenchman Yoann Bloyer at the SSE Arena, Wembley.

The hard-hitting southpaw was fast and accurate as he took apart Bloyer to warm up for his date with Lee on Saturday 19th September at Thomond Park, Limerick, in the first ever all-Traveller world title fight. Continue reading

Saunders And Lee Ready For Historic All-Traveller 50/50 World Title Showdown

WBO World Middleweight title challenger Billy Joe Saunders is excited to make history with his fight against Champion Andy Lee being the first-all traveller world title fight.

Hatfield star Saunders and Limerick hero Lee collide at the Munster Rugby’s stadium Thomond Park in Limerick on September 19th, live and exclusive on BoxNation. Continue reading

Dereck Chisora back in action on Friday

Britain’s heavyweight division sees the return of the colourful and controversial Dereck ‘Del Boy’ Chisora who resumes his career after an eight month hiatus.

The former former British, Commonwealth and European Champion and WBC World Heavyweight title contender gets back between the ropes this Friday (24th July) at the SSE Arena, Wembley, show. The pride of Finchley features in a ten round international contest against Georgia’s Beqa Lobjanidze. Continue reading

Buglioni Tackles Risky Mexican Ahead Of Chudinov World Title Fight

Frank Buglioni faces a risky fight this Friday (24th July) at the SSE Arena, Wembley, when he takes on Mexican Fernando Castaneda for the Vacant WBA Intercontinental Super-Middleweight title.

The Enfield puncher was due to face WBA World champion Fedor Chudinov on the night, but his dream shot was put on hold when the Russian broke his nose in sparring, delaying the fight. Continue reading

Romeo Romaeo Interview

Nomadic showman Romeo Romaeo brings his unique ring act to the York Hall, Bethnal Green tonight.

The hard to ignore Bristol-born muscle man looks to extend his unbeaten run to eight and expand his fan club by mesmerising useful Latvian Ivans Levickis.

Boxing writer Glynn Evans caught up with him. Continue reading

John Gillies Interview

Liverpool face John Gillies is a fighting man to the core.

Expelled from football for punching a barracking fan, the 32 year old cruiserweight has dabbled in the unlicensed and ‘bare knuckle’ scenes, fought for pay on the MMA and K1 circuits and had more than his share of ‘cobble’ fights for nothing more than honour. Continue reading

Prince Patel Interview

If Acton flyweight Prince Patel fails to fulfil his goal of world domination, it certainly won’t be through lack of confidence.

A multiple national junior champion and England amateur rep, the Blackburn born Brentford FC fan announced himself to the profession in sizzling fashion by blitzing Slovakia’s Patrik Kovac in just 90 seconds at the York Hall in March. Continue reading

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