June 2016 - Volume 28 number 2

The June 2016 Boxing Monthly includes a 16-page preview of the Tyson Fury v Wladimir Klitschko rematch featuring interviews with Klitschko, Peter Fury and an Experts Rethink where we revisit the experts who narrowly predicted a Klitschko win in the first fight, to see what they think now, in a new poll. This issue also has feature interviews with Martin Murray, Callum Smith and Errol Spence Jr. Ron Borges looks at whether Gennady Golovkin should make some concessions to clinch a mega-fight with Canelo Alvarez, Graham Houston previews Anthony Joshua's next world title defence and much, much more.  On sale now in stores, by subscription or via app on iTunes or Android.

Issue Contents

THE FIRST BELL The inches and the seconds can be critical in deciding a fight's outcome

PREACHER'S CORNER Despite losing to Canelo Alvarez, Amir Khan still holds plenty of cards. His next fight could be for a world title

VIEW OF SOCIAL MEDIA The reaction to losing tells a lot about a fighter's character

BIG DADDY BUNCE Memories of Ingemar Johansson and his "Ingo's Bingo" right hand

THE ROAD TO GREATNESS Ron Borges says GGG should make some concessions to Canelo Alvarez if he's to get his career-defining fight

LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU AJ will offer fans heavyweight firepower and a "fun fight' when he defends against Dominic Breazeale

THE SHOCK OF THE NEW Wladimir Klitschko has come to terms with no longer being champion. He appreciates the need to show more aggression

SHORT STORY Tommy Burns and Jem Roche were the two smallest men to contest a world heavyweight title when they met in Dublin, 1908

UNDILUTED FURY Trainer Peter Fury is taking nothing for granted as he prepares his nephew for the challenge of a more determined, more focused Wladimir Klitschko

EXPERTS RETHINK We revisit the experts who narrowly predicted a Klitschko win in the first fight, to see what they think now, in a new poll

BODY AND MIND Graham Houston previews the physical and mental contest that is Fury vs Klitschko 2. Plus: other 'instant replay' rematches

LAST CHANCE FOR GLORY If he beats George Groves, Martin Murray will be in line for a fifth championship challenge

POKER-FACED ASSASSIN Callum Smith is the man his brothers say is the most talented of the fighting family, even if he is 'the quiet one'.

BIG FIGHT SPOTLIGHT Tale of two cities: Anthony Crolla was marvellous in Manchester; Amir Khan gave it a great try in Las Vegas

NEXT BIG STAR Errol Spence Jr blackened Floyd Mayweather's eye in sparring and crushed Chris Algieri. Now, he's gunning for Kell Brook

BRITISH BEAT You can't read all about it. Why there isn't more boxing in the newspapers

REVIEW Money: the Mayweather biography

WORLD IN ACTION Warrington, Conlan, Berto, Pedraza, Golovkin, DeGale, Pulev, Inoue and more