1) Derry Mathews
2) Stephen Jennings
3) Terry Needham
4) Nathan Brough
5) Gary Sykes
6) Kieran Farrell
7) Liam Walsh
Former British lightweight champion Anthony ‘Million Dollar’ Crolla has been offered the 8th and final place by Matchroom Sport, who are awaiting his decision. But other names are on standby should Crolla turn the place down.
Billy Joe Saunders will defend his Commonwealth Middleweight title
against Australian Jarrod Fletcher at Wembley Arena on Friday 14th
~ Jazza Dickens; outpointed late replacement Kristian Laight at the Devonshire House Hotel in Liverpool 60-54 | Birkenhead’s Sean ‘S-UNIT’ Lewis; outpointed experienced Sid Razak 40-36
Lightweight Josh Taylor kept up Great Britain’s 100 per cent record in
opening bouts outpointing Robson Conceicao of Brazil 13-9.
~ Fred Evans goes through to the next round of London 2012 with a 18-10 victory against Algerias Alyas Abbadi.
Gavin Rees is close to signing a contract to fight for the vacant WBA lightweight title against Cuban interim champion Richard Abril. The fight will take place at a venue to be confirmed in the UK and will most likely be in September or October. read more…
We’re sorry to have to report that Burton On Trent super-middleweight Jonjo Finnegan is in intensive care today after undergoing brain surgery following defeat to Lincoln’s Ryan Clark last night in their highly anticipated rematch. read more….
Interviews with Amir Khan, Lennox Lewis, Tom Stalker, Anthony Joshua, Andrew Selby & Natasha Jonas.
British Super-Middleweight Champion George Groves will make the second defence of his title at Wembley Arena against Kenny Anderson on September 14.
Plus: Billy Joe Saunders, Bradley Skeete, Gary Corcoran, Frankie Buglioni, Billy Morgan, Mitchell Smith and Ediz Hussein feature on the show. – Buy Tickets here
Mathews, Gary Sykes, Stephen Jennings and Terry Needham are lined up to
compete in the Prizefighter lightweights II. The 26th edition of 8 man
knockout tournament which will take place at Liverpool’s Olympia on
October 6th. other names to be confirmed… ~ On The Same Bill: Wayne Reed will defend his Central Area
super-middleweight title against former Prizefighter winner Rocky
~ Amir Khan will make ring return on December 15th. The opponent and location have yet to be confirmed.
“A fight with Vitali could be an option. “While a rematch with Wladimir does not look feasible after he defeated David a year ago, anything can happen. Vitali meets Manuel Charr in September, then goes on the political campaign trail at the Ukraine elections which are held in October. “He has to win his fight and then see the outcome of the elections and Vitali must then decide what to do if he is not elected into a certain position. “There is still a chance the fight will come but not this year. It will probably be in England on pay-per-view next year, possibly in March.”
~ Derry Mathews will fight Mzonke Fana for the vacant WBF lightweight title in South Africa on October 27.
first the Hammersmith star is US bound when he takes on tough Mexican
Francisco Sierra in San Jose, California, on Saturday 28th July in a ten
round contest which can be seen live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky
Ch. 437/Virgin Ch. 546). – This
will be Groves’ second appearance in the America, his first was against
Alfredo Contreras in Las Vegas in July 2010 who he stopped in the sixth
in the 8th round at the Newport Leisure Centre in a good scrap.
the Glasgow SECC against Kevin Mitchell in a showdown that has been
brewing for months.
1: Vitali Klitschko
2: Alexander Povetkin
3: Tomasz Adamek
4: David Haye
5: Kubrat Pulev
6: Robert Helenius
7: Denis Boytsov
8: Ruslan Chagaev
9: Chris Arreola
10: Tyson Fury