Tyson Fury: Return of the King?

Luke G. Williams
08/06/2018 8:55am

The return of Tyson Fury on Saturday makes the heavyweight scene doubly exciting, argues Luke G. Williams. After all, he is still the lineal heavyweight champion of the world ...

From Sullivan to Fury - long lineal title lay-offs

Luke G. Williams
06/06/2018 1:33pm

As Tyson Fury prepares to defend his 'lineal' heavyweight title for the first time since winning it in November 2015, Luke G. Williams looks at previous instances where lineal heavyweight champions took two-year or more lay-offs inbetween fights...

Aussie wrap-up for May

Anthony Cocks
06/06/2018 8:55am

Anthony Cocks' latest definitive wrap-up of all the action from 'Down Under' is headlined by bantam Jason Moloney whose 17th straight win saw him stake his claim for a WBSS berth...

The Irish Eye: May 2018

Kane Clarke
03/06/2018 7:10pm

Kane Clarke's May edition of The Irish Eye is headlined by James Tennyson's thrilling victory against previously unbeaten Martin J. Ward...

Asian scene: Wanheng matches Mayweather mark

Marcus Bellinger
03/06/2018 7:00pm

Marcus Bellinger's definitive monthly round-up of action involving Asian fighters is headlined for May by Wanheng Menayothin, who demolished Leroy Estrada to move to 50-0...

TKO Radio: Graham Houston on Tyson Fury's return

TKO Radio
03/06/2018 12:12pm

TKO Radio is a series of interviews with people involved in the sport of boxing. Here we are joined by Hall of Fame boxing writer and Boxing Monthly magazine editor Graham Houston to discuss Tyson Fury's comeback fight...

Work ethic: Gavin McDonnell interview

Mark Butcher
02/06/2018 9:10pm

People laughed when Gavin McDonnell took up boxing, but sheer effort paid off and no one's laughing now. Indeed, as the Yorkshireman tells Mark Butcher, he's "shooting for the stars" and a world title...

Inoue a 'monster' to fear

Lee Gormley
25/05/2018 6:12pm

Lee Gormley reflects on Naoya Inoue's impressive destruction of Jamie McDonnell, and concludes that the 25-year-old three-weight world titlist is truly a boxer to fear...