Back Issues - Volume 29

November 2017



Olympic bronze medallist Joshua Buatsi explains how belief in God, family, hard work and education bolster his life as a boxer
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Some big names and some lesser ones retired in 2017, but fundamentally they were the same — fighters to the end


Asinia Byfield and Darryll Williams came into pro boxing from troubled backgrounds and with little experience. Now under the management of Mickey Helliet the late starters could be on their way to British titles
lamotta vs robinson


Jake LaMotta fought his era’s best, including six fights with the fabulous Sugar Ray Robinson
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October 2017

Jack Catterall


Jack Catterall was in no rush to step up. Now he’s locked and loaded for a British title challenge
mark heffron


Mark Heffron explains how the lessons he learnt growing up in Oldham are serving him well in the ring
leather vs sutcliffe


Josh Leather is aiming for the stars, but first he means to establish himself as the North East’s top super lightweight
josh warrington


Success against Dennis Ceylan offers Josh Warrington the prospect of a stadium fight in front of 40,000 home fans at Leeds United
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September 2017

Canelo vs Golovkin


All angles covered in our preview special on the Canelo vs Golovkin superfight


Thirty years after covering his upset win over Marvin Hagler, ringside veteran Colin Hart says Sugar Ray Leonard was the best he ever saw


Erik Skoglund has had to wait for his chance at the big time. It came with a move from light-heavy to super middleweight and a WBSS meeting with Callum Smith
Bloodied Horn


Beating Manny Pacquiao catapulted Jeff Horn on to the global stage
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August 2017

Andre Ward

Top of the world

Andre Ward says he beat Sergey Kovalev fair and square — twice. Now, with nothing to prove, he’s considering big fights at heavier weights, with Tony Bellew and even Anthony Joshua in mind

Fear Factor

Former Desert Storm veteran and world champ Keith Mullings developed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the ring.
Stevenson vs Brito

Chasing Greatness

Olympic silver medallist Shakur Stevenson wants to leave the sport as a legend — like a Sugar Ray
Russell vs Lomachenko

Boxing in the Blood

Gary Russell Jr is a nephew of the great Bob Foster and was raised as a fighter. Beyond unification fights his dream is to avenge his one loss to Vasyl Lomachenko
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July 2017

Mikey Garcia Cr Ester Lin

Back in business

After a two-year lay-off, Mikey Garcia is making up for lost time. In his second comeback fight, he won the WBC lightweight title. Next up is Adrien Broner, with Terry Flanagan and Luke Campbell on his radar
Christie vs Kaylor

Errol Christie was talented and explosive but never quite fulfilled his potential
Joe Mullender

Eager to Please

For English middleweight champ Joe Mullender, entertaining the fans means more to him than winning a fight

Not only have Michael and Dave Jennings brought to life fighters’ careers that seemed about to expire — they run a community gym that offers hope to addicts and disaffected kids
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June 2017

Spinks vs Holmes

Spinks jinx

Olympic middleweight gold medallist and the first light-heavyweight champ to win the heavyweight title, twice beating Larry Holmes, Michael Spinks is part of a 22-page heavyweight special.

The great ‘if only’

With a little more dedication Jack Doyle could have been a heavyweight contender, but the Gorgeous Gael preferred a playboy lifestyle
Kalle Sauerland Mikkel Kessler

Hunger Game

Mikkel Kessler has announced a surprise comeback. He says he doesn’t need the money, he’s just hungry for more ring success — especially against old foe Carl Froch
Paddy Barnes Zou Shiming

British Beat

Paddy Barnes is a guy who likes to have fun, but the Belfast flyweight is deadly serious about a world title challenge against old amateur rival Zou Shiming
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May 2017


All Change

Frank Buglioni’s career took a turn for the better after changing almost everything — except his style

Empire Building

Forget about a 50th fight. Floyd Mayweather is a promoter. Ron Borges checks out the rising entity that’s The Money Team
Ohara Davies

Lifestyle choice

Ohara Davies is following the Mayweather blueprint for success: hard work, dedication — and a dash of self-promotion
Davis v Walsh

Liam Walsh may be the underdog against rising star Gervonta Davis, but he’s unfazed by the American’s scary reputation
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