Category Archives: Columns

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Who is the Best Welterweight in the World?

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) For many years the welterweight division was ruled through sleight of hand and speed of boxing brain by the great Floyd Mayweather. Now retired and pursuing…

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Josh Taylor or Ohara Davies, Who is the Best British Super-Lightweight Prospect?

By Perry Lynden (@PerryLyndenldn) Hackney born Davies (14-0, 11 inside the distance) seems to be on a collision course with Scottish Olympian Taylor (8-0, 7KOs) as both camps remain vocal…

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Eubank Jr, Canelo and the Diminishing Value of the Boxing Pay-Per-View

By Alex beard (@alex_beard17) Britain was introduced to ITV Box Office last Saturday night. The £12.95 that viewers had to fork over got them a main event featuring a secondary…

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The Price is Wrong

By Jake Collins (@MelanCholyFolly) There was a feeling of inevitability when Price started to look uncomfortable against Christian Hammer this Saturday just past. His previous 3 KO losses have been…

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Is Ortiz a Genuine Threat?

By Perry Lynden (@PerryLyndenldn) Luis Ortiz (27-0, 23KOs) is the mandatory challenger for the WBA Heavyweight belt. This means he will be facing either Anthony Joshua or Vladimir Klitschko, but…

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HAYE/BELLEW – A potential Classic British Tear up or a hyped disappointment?

By Adrian Patrick (@adepatrick11) We’re only weeks away from the eagerly anticipated showdown between two intensely fiery fighters in David Haye and Tony Bellew. Due to vast public demand the British…

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Zlaticanin-Garcia May Steal the Show on Saturday Night

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) As you might expect, much of the media focus for this week’s night of fights at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas has been on the…

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Would Selby Stand a Chance Against Frampton?

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) As Carl Frampton puts the finishing touches to his preparation for this weekend’s rematch with Leo Santa Cruz, it appears that his mind has wondered to…

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Golovkin/Jacobs Fight Preview: It’s Rare We See the Number 1 and Number 2 Step in the Ring

By Jake Collins (@MelancholyFolly) It feels quite rare that we actually see the number 1 and a kinda consensus number 2 step into the ring these days but that’s what…

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DeGale Cannot Take Rounds Off if he is to Secure Super-Middleweight Supremacy

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) James DeGale is a curious case. For pure talent there is arguably no-one better in the super-middleweight division. But he remains eminently beatable, and this stems…