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The real promoters over there are the Klitchko”s K2

Posted September 4, 2013 6:22 am 


What boxer in their right mind would sign for Warren? Even if you’re world class, you’ll end up spending a decade defending your WBO title (and the WBO have serious questions to answer about their dealings with FW) in town halls around Britain and always against TBA. Frank’s idea of a big show is 4 prospects on the same bill but all fighting TBAs.

Posted September 3, 2013 5:27 pm 


Sorry, I have thought for sometime now that Britains lead promoter is Matchroom not FW. FW was the lead promoter late 90s early norties but not anymore.

Posted September 3, 2013 1:31 pm 


I thought this was old news out more than a month ago?

IF THIS NOW MEANS we can get more good classic fights and not the same old rehashed half-dozen of ODLH vs SUGAR, ODLH vs Pac, MAB vs DINAMITA, RJJ vs ROAD WARRIOR and MAB vs ROCKY JUAREZ, then I am all for it!

We don’t really need to see repeated re-runs of 4 rounders that no noe is really interested being presented to us like a top of the bill show!

Also, I’ve had my run-ins in the past with good old BUNCEY, who I do have alot of time for – but please can someone tell him to stop faffing and get to the point on the live shows…. Not sure if it’s someone in his ear, but he now comes across as a rambling old man who has an anecdote to tell us, but can never quite remember the punchline or key fact!

Get back to the sharp-witted Buncey, who used to do the old ITV2 show back-in the day when both ROY JONES and SUGAR SHANE were relevant at the turn of the century!!!

Would also like to see our idea we mentioned on SETANTA about a VOX POP style of show where we take boxing to the people, for the people and the fans can have a say and react to the week that was in boxing!!!!

Please go back to the feedback from SETANTA days and make BOX NATION even better…. You are half-way there, butstill need some big steps!!!!

Posted September 3, 2013 10:03 am 

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