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Hughie Fury Looks To Make Statement In Sofia

This is a golden age of British heavyweights, with Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte featuring highly in most people’s divisional rankings. Waiting in the wings behind these three lies Tyson Fury’s cousin Hughie, who makes his second foray into world class level prizefighting this Saturday in the Bulgarian …

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Preview: Frampton Gets Dream Date at Windsor Park

This Saturday sees the culmination of a dream for one of Northern Ireland’s favourite fighting sons as Carl Frampton headlines at Windsor Park, defending his WBO interim featherweight title against Australian Luke Jackson. Despite the huge occasion, it is a fight that Frampton really ought to win, and win well in …

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Robeisy Ramirez’s Long Road to the Pros

Having fought in the latter stages of the 2011 World Championships, flyweights Andrew Selby and Michael Conlan had high hopes of glory at the 2012 Olympics in London. The pair were due to renew their rivalry with a place in the final on the line, yet young Cuban prodigy Robeisy Ramirez hadn’t read …

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Kal Yafai in Action on Huge Night for Filipino Boxing: Preview

Saturday night sees two major super-flyweight contests from Fresno, California. The main event pits IBF super-flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas up against mandatory challenger Jonas Sultan. This will be the first time in over 90 years that a world title fight will be contested by two Filipino boxers, so although the …

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Tough Away Assignments for British Duo

This Saturday, live on BoxNation, two British fighters go on the road in search of what would be career-best wins. First up is British welterweight champion Bradley Skeete, who fights in Bilbao against local favourite Kerman Lejarraga for the vacant European title. The south London man first gained his British …

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