May 2016 - Volume 28 number 1

The May 2016 Boxing Monthly includes feature interviews with Dominic Breazeale, Joseph Parker, Orlando Salido, Lucas Browne, Sergey Kovalev, Hosea Burton, Jim McDonnell, Jack Catterall and Colin Hart, casts the big fight spotlight on Anthony Joshua's IBF title win, previews Deontay Wilder vs Alexander Povetkin and much, much more. On sale now in stores, by subscription or via app on iTunes or Android.

Issue Contents

THE FIRST BELL The fine line of when to stop a fight wasn't crossed in Eubank Jr vs Blackwell

PREACHER'S CORNER Not since Mike Tyson has the heavyweight division been so interesting, and the British guys are leading the pack

VIEW OF SOCIAL MEDIA The ever-present problem of performance-enhancing drugs

BIG DADDY BUNCE A night at the grass roots reminds our columnist of boxing's integrity

DOOR LEFT OPEN Pacquiao vs Bradley III was supposed to have been Pacman's last fight, but there's a sense a final decision hasn't been made

RUSSIAN ROULETTE Wilder vs Povetkin in Moscow is a fight that's a real pick 'em

MAKING HIS MOVE Joseph Parker is one fight away from challenging Anthony Joshua

BIG FIGHT SPOTLIGHT Graham Houston puts Anthony Joshua's IBF title win in context

MAGNIFICENTLY MONSTROUS Former quarterback Dominic Breazeale was a reluctant recruit to a "find a heavyweight" programme

DREAM TURNS SOUR Everything looked good for Lucas Browne after his victory over Ruslan Chagaev. Then he failed a drug test

THE ART OF WAR After 20 years as a professional, Orlando Salido is getting the recognition he deserves as one of Mexico's greats

DREAM TEAM Jim McDonnell has enjoyed success inside and outside the ring, but his work with James DeGale has been his top achievement

CAN'T PLEASE 'EM ALL Veteran Sun boxing correspondent Colin Hart talks about fallings-out with notable members of the boxing fraternity

STATEMENT OF INTENT When Jack Catterall talks of world titles, it doesn't sound like boasting

ICE COLD KOVALEV Sergey Kovalev has no time for trash talkers and has a mean side when riled

AT LAST Hosea Burton thought his title shot would never arrive, but when it did he grabbed the Lonsdale Belt with both hands.

BRITISH BEAT Despite suffering from a disability acquired at birth, Joe Hughes has earned a British title eliminator against Jack Catterall

REVIEW Regency era superstar Bill Richmond

WORLD IN ACTION Terry Flanagan, Kell Brook, Jürgen Brähmer, Adrien Broner, Callum Smith, Eric Molina, Gilberto Ramirez, Lee Selby and more

BRITISH AND WORLD RATINGS