British Boxing News
Now well into his 29th year, former teenage sensation Jamie Cox knows the time is dawning for him to roll the dice, if he’s to perform on the world stage where his explosive talent belongs.
The Swindon southpaw gets a chance to crack the world ratings
New Beginning was a success; not just on a personal level for all of MGM’s fighters, not just for TeamMGM and not just for MGM Promotions, it was a night to remember and it put boxing back in the headlines in the home of boxing.
There were many highlights
There are high hopes for Andy Colquhoun in Merseyside boxing-circles. The unbeaten light-welterweight has looked a class act getting to 13-0, but the apprenticeship is now over with the Liverpudlian set to face former double-British champion David
On July 18th in Manchester, WBA (reg) super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg tops the bill when he defends his title against Spain’s Kiko Martinez, in what is sure to be a fight that will draw comparisons to that of IBF 122 lb champ Carl Frampton
After the two camps came to a last minute agreement ahead of the scheduled purse bid, we now know that Tyson Fury is to get his opportunity to become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, when he fights dominant Ukrainian champion Wladimir
The line-up for Saturday’s ‘Hunt Is On’ show has been confirmed. Continue reading
It is a measure of the lofty regard with which Queensberry Promotions hold white hot Birmingham prospect Joe Costello that they are prepared to pitch him with seasoned Polish veteran Krzysztof Szot in just his fifth pro fight at the Manchester Velodrome
Featherweight Jordan Gill is on the cusp of fighting for his first professional title, but must first stay focused and switched on – and keep his unbeaten record intact – when he fights over six rounds on July 25 at Derby Arena. Continue reading
Undefeated hot-shot Liam Walsh will now face big-hitting Brazilian Isaias Santos Sampaio this Saturday (11th July) at the Manchester Velodrome (National Cycling Centre). Continue reading
Guildford super-bantamweight prospect, Thomas Kindon (5-0) extended his winning run to five fights undefeated with a fourth round stoppage over Darren Pryce (0-9-2) at the O2 Academy in Bournemouth on American Independence Day. Continue reading