Another colossal fight arrives at the O2 Arena in London in the seismic shapes of Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker. These sluggers are desperate to avenge the only loss on their records but have to get past each other before earning another shot at Anthony Joshua. On paper, this is an incredibly even match-up but let's delve deeper into the stats to see who has the edge.
WBO Middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders was due to face veteran and British fan favourite Martin Murray on the 14th of April at the O2 Arena only for the fight to be rescheduled at the same venue for the 23rd of June due to a hand injury sustained by Saunders in training.
Wales’ Lee Selby puts his IBF World Featherweight title on the line against long-time rival and mandatory challenger Josh Warrington. The defending champion makes his defence in Warrington’s backyard at Leeds’ Elland Road on May 19th, and the winner will aim to set up a mega clash with former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton.
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 2017 at London’s 02 Arena. Here's our statistical preview of this weekend's bout, including an in-depth analysis of their first meeting.
Two of boxing’s current pound-for-pound best in Venezuela’s Jorge Linares and Ukraine's Vasyl Lomachenko face off for the WBA lightweight title at New York's Madison Square Garden on May 12th. Linares defends the lightweight belt for the third time since winning it against England’s Anthony Crolla...
The highly anticipated bout between pound-for-pound greats Saul Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin did not disappoint last September, but perhaps less for the boxing on show and more for the disputed result as the fight ended in a draw...
Anthony Joshua faces New Zealand’s Joseph Parker in a bout that will see the winner claim three of the four major heavyweight titles, placing them just one fight away from having a chance at becoming the unified champion. After long negotiations, the contest was finally scheduled for 31st March at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff...
America’s Deontay Wilder defends his WBC World Heavyweight title for the seventh time against Cuba’s Luis Ortiz at the Barclays Center, Brooklyn on March 3rd. This is arguably the biggest heavyweight clash out there at present – perhaps a closer and more entertaining contest than Joshua vs Parker will prove to be.
Hammersmith’s George Grove faces Hove’s Chris Eubank Jr. in the semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series at super middleweight, with both fighters putting their respective world titles on the line. Here's The Stats Zone's statistical preview of February's all-British bout in Manchester.
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...
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.