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katie taylor

Ireland’s female boxing star Katie Taylor is on the verge of some very big things, starting with a four-belt unification fight against Delfine Persoon
kid galahad

Kid Galahad tells why he believes it is written that he will defeat Josh Warrington to become IBF featherweight champion
andrew moloney

Australian Andrew Moloney is in line to challenge super flyweight champ Kal Yafai after winning an elimination bout in Chile, and says it’s a fight he has wanted for a long time
WIA farmer vs carroll

American Tevin Farmer showed slickness and punch accuracy to defeat Jono Carroll in their IBF junior lightweight title fight in Philadelphia. Read about it in May's World In Action

May 2019

THE FIRST BELL Why refs were right not to have DQ’d Kubrat Pulev and Daniyar Yeleussinov for errant blows

PREACHER’S CORNER Britain has a batch of talented fighters coming through to replace stars who’ve retired

IN THIS CORNER Sergey Kovalev has regained his confidence, Eleider Alvarez can come again and Callum Johnson is right there in the 175lbs mix

BIG DADDY BUNCE Efforts are under way to provide a care home for fighters who have fallen on hard times

MINI MIKE TYSON ON THE LOOSE Japan’s bantamweight sensation Naoya Inoue is seeking another KO win, this time far from home, but Puerto Rico’s Emmanuel Rodriguez relishes the challenge that awaits

LICENSED TO THRILL Jordan Gill got off to an uncertain start in his pro career but now he’s stopping opponents in exciting style and says there’s a lot more to come

MILLION DOLLAR KATIE Ireland’s female boxing star Katie Taylor is on the verge of some very big things, starting with a huge four-belt unification fight against Delfine Persoon

WALK ON THE WILDER SIDE The Bronze Bomber should be a class above Dominic Breazeale but the champion’s vulnerability makes the fight more interesting than it might first appear

IT ALL ADDS UP Craig Richards had accountancy inmindbutaquirkoffateledtoa boxing career and now he’s calculating on his talent taking him all the way

DESTINY CALLING Kid Galahad reveals why he believes it is written that he will defeat Josh Warrington to become IBF featherweight champion

PRIME TIME Chris Eubank Jr feels he is entering his peak years at 29 and his mission statement is to fight the best, beat the best and collect as many championship belts as he can

SKILLS TO PAY THE BILLS While Errol Spence Jr had a size advantage over Mikey Garcia, it was the welterweight champion’s sheer talent that made the difference

FORGOTTEN MAN RETURNS Liam Walsh talks about his route back from the depths of boxing’s wilderness

RATINGS ANALYSIS We pore over 30 years of Boxing Monthly world rankings to reveal our all-time most highly rated boxers

COMING FOR YOU, KAL Andrew Moloney overcame adverse circumstances to win an elimination bout in Chile and now he’s in line to challenge Kal Yafai — a fight he has wanted for a long time

BRITAIN’S UNLUCKIEST BOXER Robbie Regan had skills to burn but his seemingly jinxed career ended before he could cash in on becoming world champion

BRITISH BEAT Former contender Mark Prince once harboured violent thoughts but today he’s a changed man and his efforts to curb knife crime in UK communities have earned him an OBE

WORLD IN ACTION Buatsi, Edwards, Farmer, Fitzgerald, Keeler, Lipinets, Tanaka and more

RATINGS British and world fighters ranked

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REVIEW In the Cheap Seats: Boxing Essays and Murderers’ Row: In Search of Boxing’s Greatest Outcasts, by Springs Toledo