A rich man from the East named Dr. Wu wants to rule the world of boxing. Dr who?

He's Dr. C K Wu, the 68-year-old  English-educated billionaire from Taiwan who has just been re-elected for his third term as president of AIBA, aka the International Boxing Association, which controls what used to be called amateur boxing and is responsible for the sport in the Olympic Games.
Native Lancastrian Liam Walsh is hell bent on nailing the British title before launching his assault on world glory in 2015.

Stand out wins against Scott Harrison and Joe Murray last year vaulted the unbeaten Commonwealth super-feather boss to a number nine ranking with the WBO.
London's historic Empire Cinema, in Leicester Square, will host a free-to-watch Championship Boxing weigh-in featuring stars Dereck Chisora, Tyson Fury, Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. and many more on Friday 28th November.

The boxers all feature on the massive 'Bad Blood' event the following night (Saturday 29th November) at the ExCeL London and they will face off with their opponents for the final time before battling it out in the ring.
It is surely no coincidence that as the world celebrates the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall the world of boxing increasingly witnesses the rise of the heavy mob from Eastern Europe who have taken over what is still regarded as the richest prize in sport.

The fact that in Hamburg tomorrow night (Sat) a world heavyweight championship will be contested by a Kazakhstan-born Ukrainian and a Bulgarian from Sofia is indicative of the way boxing has been heading since the wall came down and the Iron Curtain was lifted.

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Posted on 14 November 2014 in Press Releases
Queensberry Promotions are delighted to welcome ManUP gym wear on board as associate sponsors for the massive card at London's ExCel on 29th November.

The action packed card is headed by the WBO World Heavyweight Title Eliminator between Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury in addition to the massive British, Commonwealth and European Middleweight Title clash between Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jr. The show is nearly a sold out and is set to be a huge night for boxing in the Capital.

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Ahead of the seismic heavyweight collision between European champion Dereck Chisora and unbeaten Manchester traveller Tyson Fury on Saturday 29th November at the ExCeL London, boxing writer Glynn Evans canvassed the trade's leading fight faces in search of the winner.
In a judgment handed down today in the case brought by promoter and manager Frank Warren against Ricky Burns for wrongful termination of his promotional contract and unpaid management fees, the Court upheld both agreements, ordering Burns to pay substantial outstanding management fees.

Burns, whose career completely crashed after joining Eddie Hearn and Matchroom, badly losing two contests and his world title in the process, was also found in the Judgement to have wrongfully terminated his promotional contract with Frank Warren.
The Alien versus The Krusher sounds like something you would expect to witness in a WWE free-for-all rather than a WBA or WBO ringfest. But when the two boxers who rejoice in those respective noms du guerre clash in Atlantic City tomorrow night it will be the most fascinating match-up of the year. And one that could be frighteningly explosive.

Bernard Hopkins, a thoroughbred old warhorse who has ditched his earlier appendage as The Executioner in favour of The Alien (don't ask me why), encounters Sergey 'Krusher' Kovalev, the ruthless Russian who has earned his own nickname by being arguably the most destructive banger in the game.
Irish fight legend Steve Collins is stumped on picking a winner out of the big domestic blockbuster between Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. on Saturday 29th November at the ExCeL London.

Collins, who won WBO World titles at middleweight and super-middleweight, is excited about the massive domestic grudge fight that is dividing the nation and is finding it too hard to call.
Promoter Frank Warren announced today that he will not be renewing his management contract with light-welterweight boxer Bradley Saunders.

Mr. Warren, who signed Saunders as an amateur and guided him to unbeaten 10-fight professional record and the WBO Intercontinental title, wishes Mr. Saunders all the best in his future career.

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