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AND STILL! WALSH RETAINS BRITISH TITLE

With bouts which bounced from barnburners to the downright bizarre, Team Southpaw Jab’s Ryan Walsh rounded an MtK evening at York Hall off pleasurably- retaining his British Featherweight Title with an honest split decision win over Lewis Paulin. Paulin had travelled south from hometown Edinburgh with impressive, rawkus support, and …

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PODCAST 10: WALSH, BEVILAQUA & CHICKEN CONNISSEUR

*We are available on 8 (EIGHT) platforms, so have a look for us on your favourite* Double figures! Adam and Chris celebrate our tenth episode this week with: INTERVIEW Liam Walsh, former British champion back after two years out INTERVIEW Angelo Bevilaqua, super lightweight contender with a passion for food …

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OZGUL STEPS UP FOR DUST UP: FULL REPORT

all pictures by @unknown_boxers Siar Ozgul went the distance with Viktor Postol, but was halted defending his Southern Area Super Lightweight Title against Mikey Sakyi. Those back to back defeats last year saw the Hackney based Turk throw everything he could into his performance. In the Sakyi fight, that was …

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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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The St Patrick’s Brawl to Top Them All: Report from Bracknell

by Dom Hadi @staredowndom On St Patrick’s Day in the Bracknell Leisure Centre the crowd saw a bit of everything at Siesta Boxing Presents: Loose Cannons. From a new Champion to an explosive finale and everything in between, the show was busy. Starting with the good, several debutantes (all somewhat …

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Kiwitt Nicks It: Full Report from York Hall

Last Friday night’s MTK show at York Hall saw an engaging and competitive main event for the vacant WBO European Welterweight Title, and a few prospects making statements on the undercard. An impressive performance meant Freddy Kiwitt became the WBO European Welterweight champion, having appeared all at sea in the …

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