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ROSS’S ROCKY STORY: MURRAY WINS WBC STRAP

‘The cream of Castlemilk’ is the name I’m putting forward for Ross Murray, of Castlemilk, Glasgow. He claimed the WBC International Silver Light Flyweight Title on Friday night and his team couldn’t be any prouder. Having turned professional late, at 34, there was never a massive weight of expectation on …

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PODCAST EPISODE 7: Welsh, Harper & Wardley

In this week’s Southpaw Jab podcast, George is joined by Adam Thorn and Team Southpaw Jab’s heavyweight Fabio Wardley for all our usual small and bigger hall previews and reviews, including an interview with former English Champion Adam Harper to talk about his difficult decision to retire. Bradley Welsh is …

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RANKIN & DAVIES INTERVIEWS: Episode 5 Southpaw Jab Podcast

In episode 5 of our Southpaw Jab podcast, we have two cracking interviews with world title contender Hannah Rankin about the huge Shields vs Hammer fight (and more) and an explosive Ohara Davies chat. As ever there’s plenty more and all our regulars including small hall and bigger hall reviews …

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Can Fragile Giant David Price Claim Kash Ali’s Undefeated Record?

David Price is a fascinating and fragile giant. He’s well loved by the British boxing public but in his last five bouts he’s suffered three stoppage losses. He faces Kash Ali on Saturday. Price 23-6 (19) versus Ali 15-0 (7) appears on the undercard of Saturday’s Matchroom Boxing show at …

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And the NEW Southpaw Jab PODCAST! Tom Farrell Interview Plus Small Hall Previews

 Introducing- the Southpaw Jab podcast episode one! Host George Storr is joined by our editor Adam Thorn to discuss small hall boxing, big hall boxing and even some boxing betting. On this week’s show: Huge news for a Team Southpaw Jab fighter Tom Farrell interview, soon to challenge our …

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The 2018 Southpaw Jab Awards

It’s been a fantastic year of boxing, 2018. Particularly in Britain, the sport continues to go from strength to strength. Champions were made, lost, and cemented. Big and small hall saw some fantastic battles by brave combatants, some stunning knockouts, and some moments of sheer madness. Here, some of the …

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