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Luke Blackledge interview ahead of Commonwealth title fight

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By Niall Doran Recently we caught up with UK super middleweight contender Luke Blackledge (18-2-2, 6KO) who takes on Liam Cameron this Saturday at King’s Hall for the vacant Commonwealth title. Your next fight up is a big one, for the vacant Commonwealth title against Liam Cameron. Do you know much about your opponent or what challenges he might present on the night? “I’ve watched a lot of his fights and done my homework on him, he’s a good, schooled boxer and was an ABA champion …

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Belfast boxer James Tennyson has British title in his sights

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Boxer James Tennyson wins Celtic featherweight crown   By Steve Wellings James Tennyson took one step closer to a British title shot after snatching Kris Hughes’ Celtic featherweight crown on March 28. James may not have taken the title in emphatic style but it was his physical strength on the inside that made the local hero simply too hot to handle for Hughes. The Scottish former champion was disqualified by referee Ian John-Lewis in round seven for persistent holding. “I hurt him at a point …

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Kell Brook Knocks Out Jo Jo Dan in 4 Emphatic Rounds

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  KELL BROOK KNOCKS OUT JO JO DAN – POST FIGHT ANALYSIS   By Peter Wells It was a long time coming, but Kell Brook’s homecoming was worth the wait for all his fans in Sheffield. They were treated to a fine performance from Brook who stopped mandatory challenger Jo Jo Dan 34-3 (18 KO) after 4 rounds. In August last year, Kell 34-0 (23 KO) was on top of the world when he beat Shawn Porter for the IBF Welterweight title via majority decision. …

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TURN UP THE LIGHTS: Kell Brook vs Jo Jo Dan Preview and Prediction

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By Gavan Casey “Turn up the lights in here, baby/extra bright, I want y’all to see this.” As he emerges from the dressing rooms of Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena amidst the brass fanfare of Kanye West’s ‘All Of The Lights’ and the raucous roars of 10,000 hometown fans on Saturday night, two things will likely resonate with IBF World welterweight champion, Kell Brook. Firstly, he will presumably be struck by an overwhelming relief and satisfaction in being back doing what he loves, almost seven months removed …

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Our chat with Lightning Lloyd Ellett

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  LIGHTNING LLOYD ELLETT BACK IN ACTION FRIDAY AT YORK HALL   By Niall Doran Recently we had the chance to speak with undefeated (16-0, 4KO) light middleweight ‘Lightning Bolt’ Lloyd Ellett ahead of his latest bout this Friday at York Hall. Here’s our conversation with Lloyd. The 27th will mark the first time you box under Frank Warren, how have you found them to work with so far? “Yes, everything has been great, so far. All that’s needed to be done has been done so …

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***READER UPDATE***

***READER UPDATE***

Hi folks, We’ll be redesigning our website in the coming weeks with a new name, new feel and a new logo but will still be covering the greatest sport there is – boxing  All our current interviews and articles will still be here, we’ll just be upgrading to something a bit sharper. This may cause the site to go down temporarily, apologies in advance. Thanks for all your support and we’ll have some very, very exciting news on the way soon. Stay tuned Niall Doran …

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Preview: Brähmer vs Krasniqi

Preview: Brähmer vs Krasniqi

By Gavan Casey If you delve deep enough, you may discover Max Baer’s destruction of Nazi-affiliated compatriot Max Schmelling in 1933 was the inspiration behind Eli Roth’s character in Inglourious Basterds, ‘The Bear Jew.’ History’s second most culturally significant boxing affair involving a German fighter sent considerable shockwaves throughout both Jewish and Aryan sides of the impending hostility, along with the boxing world. It was a stand-alone encounter for the ages; German boxing’s original ‘Klassiker.’ Fast forward seventy odd years, and with the Klitschko-driven boxing …

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