Guillermo Rigondeaux steps up two weight divisions to challenge Vasyl Lomachenko for his WBO World Super Featherweight title at Madison Square Garden on 9th December. This has been the year of big fights, but to the true boxing fan, this is as exciting a fight as any...
Liverpool’s Tony Bellew takes on Londoner David Haye in a rematch that the public had been calling for ever since the conclusion of their previous fight on the 4th of March at London’s 02 Arena. Here's our statistical preview of December's bout, including an in-depth analysis of their first meeting (UPDATE - FIGHT POSTPONED).
Anthony Joshua faces off against mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev as he defends his IBF World Heavyweight title plus his recently won WBA Super and IBO titles. With the rematch against Wladimir Klitschko never materialising due to his retirement, the Bulgarian gets his chance at taking down the number one ranked heavyweight in boxing.
October 7th sees an all-British lightweight clash at Manchester Arena between Anthony Crolla and Ricky Burns, in a must-win contest for two former world champions in order to keep their hopes alive of challenging for another world title. Here's our statistical preview of October's bout at Manchester Arena.
Britain’s 2012 Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell travels to the US to take on P4P great Jorge Linares for the WBA World Lightweight title on Saturday. This will be Golden Boy’s fourth fight against a British boxer in his last five bouts, a period in which British fans have witnessed the true class of Linares.
On 23rd September at Manchester Arena, Joseph Parker will be defending his WBO World Heavyweight title against mandatory challenger Hughie Fury in what will be Parker’s first fight in Britain and just his fourth professional bout outside his native homeland. Here's our statistical look at the fight.
September 16th sees one of the most anticipated fights in boxing take place, as pound-for-pound (P4P) greats Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin meet in Las Vegas. Boxing fans have debated who the P4P best is for years, and with a rematch clause in place for both fighters, we could see a series of bouts before the matter is finally put to rest.
Two superstars and two sports collide for one of the biggest fights combat sport has ever seen. One of the best boxers of all time welcomes the biggest star in MMA onto his playground in a boxing fight slated to gross more revenue and pay-per-view (PPV) buys...
Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev face each other again in a rematch between two of boxing’s current pound-for-pound best. Ward was victorious in the first bout and will defend the belts he originally took from Kovalev after a highly disputed unanimous decision victory.
Sheffield’s Kell Brook makes his return to the ring for the first time since his middleweight knock-out loss to GGG. Brook has stripped off the pounds again to defend his IBF welterweight world title against mandatory challenger Errol Spence Jr, and will be making the fourth defence of his title since overcoming Shawn Porter in August 2014.
Canelo Álvarez, one of boxing’s biggest names, faces fellow countryman Julio César Chávez Jr. on Saturday night. Fittingly, the bout takes place on Mexico’s national celebration weekend, the Cinco De Mayo, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Here's our statistical take.
The most anticipated heavyweight boxing bout this decade takes place at a 90,000 sell-out Wembley Stadium this Saturday, as Anthony Joshua defends his IBF world heavyweight belt against a legend in the division, Wladimir Klitschko.
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