Episode NINE of Below The Belt in your ears. We break down GGG v Brook, the stoppage and the future for both. We also talk about the undercard. We gush over Chocolatito vs Cuadras and debate his status as P4P King. All of that and much more!
Classy Jorge Linares was just too precise and well seasoned for the wonderfully gutsy Anthony Crolla in Manchester on Saturday night as the Venezuelan established himself beyond reasonable doubt as the number one lightweight boxer in the world.
As Anthony Crolla tries to become king of the lightweight division this weekend, Boxing Monthly re-examines the turbulent life and oft overlooked career of Britain’s first lightweight world champion, the great Freddie Welsh.
If he defeats Venezuelan Jorge Linares on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena, Anthony Crolla will, in the eyes of many boxing traditionalists, establish a new title lineage in the lightweight division. Luke G. Williams previews a mouthwatering match-up.
Michael Montero on Alvarez's win over Smith, as well as victories by Japanese stars Yamanaka and Hasegawa, plus Usyk's title-winning performance against Glowacki. He also previews Crolla vs Linares and Nietes vs Sosa.
With a Floyd Mayweather Jr. comeback seemingly nowhere in sight, the Big Question we put to the Boxing Monthly online team this week was as follows: Do you think Floyd Mayweather will ever have a 50th pro fight?
Boxing Monthly was recently invited to attend a training session with a rather unique backdrop. Paul Zanon speaks to boxing maestro Ivan Magnani, the founder of local amateur boxing club, ASD Pontremoli Boxe in picturesque Tuscany.
As a tribute to the late Glyn Leach, the former Editor of Boxing Monthly, we are proud to bring his Editorial columns back for you to read again and again on our website. On this occasion we go back to February 1999, when Glyn was pondering Prince Naseem Hamed's new team...