Groves Defection Leaves Warren Fight Card in Tatters

By Mark Whalley Monday’s news that “Saint” George Groves has left Frank Warren’s stable of fighters to join rival promoter Eddie Hearn’s “Matchroom” team has thrown Warren’s March 16th Wembley Arena extravaganza into further disarray. Warren’s weekend had already been dramatic enough, with Scottish ... More

David Price Stunned by American Veteran Thompson

By Mark Whalley Thompson bt Price (TKO 2) Liverpudlian prospect David Price suffered a shock knockout defeat at the hands of Tony Thompson on Saturday night, throwing his world title aspirations into disarray. Thompson, who at 41 years old is generally regarded as a faded force, landed a right hook in the second round ... More

Audley Harrison Rescues Career in Convincing Prizefighter Victory

By Mark Whalley  On Saturday, Audley Harrison went into the last-chance saloon (for perhaps the sixth time) and emerged in one piece. “A-Force”, one of the most derided characters in British boxing history, won his second Prizefighter igniting hopes that this victory can springboard him to another tilt at the world ... More

Gavin Rees fails to find answer to “The Problem”

By Mark Whalley Adrien Broner bt Gavin Rees (TKO 5) Welshman Gavin “The Rock” Rees last night became the latest fighter to attempt but fail to solve “The Problem” that is Adrien Broner. In front of a packed Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, the Newbridge pugilist aimed to win a world title for the second time, but ... More

Frampton eyes world glory after becoming European Champ

By Mark Whalley Carl “The Jackal” Frampton has turned his attention to a world title following his capture of the European super-bantamweight title last Saturday. Frampton won the strap in a hard-fought battle with crude slugger Kiko Martinez, becoming the first man to knock out the Spaniard in the process. Martinez ... More