All the fun of the Fayre

Luke G. Williams
11/10/2016 7:36pm

One of the highlights in the calendar of any boxing collector is the annual 'Boxing Memorabilia Fayre' which takes place this Saturday. Boxing Monthly caught up with co-founder Kymberly Taylor.

Burns edges Relikh

Martin Chesnutt
10/10/2016 12:17am

When Ricky Burns found himself on his backside in the first round of his first world title shot against Roman Martinez, few would have imagined that six years later he would be a three-weight world champion. Martin Chesnutt reflects on the Scot's latest victory.

The Irish Eye

Kane Clarke
07/10/2016 10:09am

Kane Clarke rounds up September's action from the Emerald Isle, including a return to action for the hard-hitting Belfast super-featherweight Anthony Cacace, following an eleven-month ring hiatus.

Secret coach's diary part 1: Beginner's luck

Secret coach
03/10/2016 3:04pm

In the first of a candid and revealing new series, an anonymous ABA coach describes his experiences, offering an invaluable insight into the highs and lows of life in and around English boxing's amateur grassroots ...

MGM make BoxNation debut

Martin Chesnutt
02/10/2016 7:29pm


Martin Chesnutt was ringside for Boxing Monthly online on Saturday night, as MGM made their BoxNation debut and Glasgow paid tribute to Mike Towell ...

Bob Fitzsimmons vs Con Coughlin - myth and reality

Gary Lucken
30/09/2016 6:02pm

The legendary Bob Fitzsimmons has gone down in boxing history as the first triple weight world champion and one of the hardest hitters to ever enter the roped arena. Modern accounts of his life often highlight the apparent death of opponent Con Coughlin, aka 'The Irish Giant', as evidence of Fitz’s devastating punching power. There’s just one problem with that. It isn’t true. It never happened.