Below The Belt - Episode 8

Below The Belt
28/08/2016 9:00am

Like a young prospect we're back out again in double quick time with Episode 8. We talk about the Olympics and the success of Nicola Adams. We also talk about women's pro boxing and the lack of a UK pro scene. We break down GGG v Brook, Chocolatito v Cuadras, the attitude to the smaller weights and wax lyrical about Errol Spence and rate his chances against the other top welters. All of this and much more ...

The Red Corner

Daniel Armstrong
26/08/2016 3:25pm

A round-up of everything in the ring from the world’s biggest nation, including news of Eduard Troyanovsky, Kovalev-Ward,Ruslan Provodnikov and much more...

Abel Sanchez Interview

Michael Montero
25/08/2016 10:16pm

Michael Montero interviews Gennady Golovkin’s trainer Abel Sanchez who says GGG would love to fight Billy Joe Saunders, or even move up to 168lbs for James DeGale.

Gennday Golovkin Media Workout

Michael Montero
25/08/2016 9:55pm

Michael Montero visits Big Bear where Gennady Golovkin and his training partners put on a workout show.

Ranking the heavyweight champions: No. 17 equal Charles ‘Sonny’ Liston

Luke G. Williams
25/08/2016 9:33am

In this series I am rating all of the lineal heavyweight champions across five categories, with the fighters then being ranked from 1 down to 38 depending on their final score out of 50. Today I'm looking at the last of three men who came joint 17th in my standings – Charles ‘Sonny’ Liston.

Too nice to be champ

Glyn Leach
18/08/2016 1:50pm

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 August 1992, and Glyn was sticking up for the world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield.

Golovkin: I don't believe Canelo will fight me!

Michael Montero
17/08/2016 10:11am

Michael Montero talks to undisputed middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin at a recent media lunch to discuss Kell Brook, Canelo Alvarez, Ward-Kovalev and more.

Ranking the heavyweight champions: No. 17 equal Jersey Joe Walcott

Luke G. Williams
15/08/2016 9:38am

In this series I am rating all of the lineal heavyweight champions across five categories, with the fighters then being ranked from 1 down to 38 depending on their final score out of 50. Today I'm looking at the second of three men who came joint 17th in my standings – Jersey Joe Walcott.