Unfinished business: Mairis Briedis interview

Luca Rosi
20/03/2018 7:40am

In an exclusive interview, Latvian cruiserweight Mairis Briedis talks to Luca Rosi about being a role model, his WBSS experience and why he has "unfinished business" with Tony Bellew...

Indomitable spirit: Carlos Takam interview

Luca Rosi
16/03/2018 10:03am

Heavyweight Carlos Takam speaks to Luca Rosi about last year's clash with Anthony Joshua in Cardiff and why he would love to fight Dereck Chisora...

Long read: Wallin vs Granat - a fight that really matters

Luke G. Williams
13/03/2018 1:30pm

The road to the 21 April heavyweight showdown between Otto Wallin and Adrian Granat has been a long one. Luke G. Williams has regularly interviewed both boxers over the past two years and brings you the full story behind a uniquely Swedish grudge match…

Ones To Watch 2018 Progress Update – UK

Mark Butcher
09/03/2018 11:20am

At the end of 2017, Mark Butcher selected his ten UK 'ones to watch' in 2018. As the new year enters its third month, we run through his selection again and catch up on how they are doing...

'Work, work, work': Anthony Fowler interview

Luca Rosi
08/03/2018 3:15pm

Hot super-welter prospect Anthony Fowler speaks to Luca Rosi about his ambitions, inspirations and why his motto is "work, work, work and train, train, train"...

Ones To Watch 2018 Progress Update – overseas

Mark Butcher
07/03/2018 11:21pm

At the end of 2017, Mark Butcher selected his ten overseas 'ones to watch' in 2018. As the new year enters its third month, we run through his selection again and catch up on how they are doing...

'Cream will rise to the top': Regis Prograis interview

Cameron Gillon
05/03/2018 8:01pm

Undefeated super-lightweight contender Regis Prograis is aiming to become New Orleans' first world boxing champion since the 1960s. Cameron Gillon spoke to the 29-year-old ahead of Friday's WBC interim title clash with Julius Indongo...

A date to forget for Honeyghan

Martin Supple
03/03/2018 5:00pm


Twenty-eight years ago tonight, Martin Supple watched his hero Lloyd Honeyghan destroyed in three rounds by Mark Breland at Wembley Arena. Here he vividly recalls a memorable but disappointing night for both himself and the Ragamuffin man...