Tickets for heavyweight sensation Tyson Fury's next fight on Saturday 28th February 2015 at the O2 Arena, London, will go on sale on Monday (22nd December) at 10am.

Undefeated Fury headlines an action packed Frank Warren show when he makes the first defence of his European Heavyweight Championship that he won with a career best performance against Dereck Chisora last month.
Promoter Frank Warren confirmed today that Tyson Fury will headline London's O2 Arena on Saturday 28th February in his final fight before going on to challenge for the WBO World Heavyweight Championship.

The undefeated Manchester star will face a top 15 ranked contender to be announced as he keeps busy ahead of a long-awaited shot at reigning WBO World Champion Wladimir Klitschko.
The Court today confirmed that boxing promoter Frank Warren won his claim against boxer Ricky Burns. The Judge found that there was no basis for Burns to walk away from his promotional and management agreements.

Promoter Eddie Hearn advised Burns that Warren had no claim at all, saying last March, "we've been provided with a letter from Burns as confirmation that he has terminated his agreement... We have advice from our lawyers and I'm very comfortable. There is no contract now."
Here are the results from show held last night at the Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, involving Queesnberry Promotions boxers:

Vacant English Bantamweight Championship
Ryan Farrag W TKO 7 Ashley Lane 

6 x 3 Minute Rounds Lightweight Contest
Terry Flanagan W TKO 5 Danny Little

6 x 3 Minute Rounds Welterweight Contest
Lewis Rees L PTS 6 William Warburton

4 x 3 Minute Rounds Cruiserweight Contest
Simon Barclay W PTS 4 Rolandas Cesna

4 x 3 Minute Rounds Welterweight Contest
Isaac Macleod W TKO 3 Gyorgy Varga
 
Amir Khan seems confident that victory over Devon Alexander in Las Vegas tonight will earn him a mega-bucks showdown with the Money Man himself, Floyd Mayweather Jnr., next year. I am not so sure.

Khan may consider this non-title welterweight 12 rounder at the MGM Grand a dress rehearsal for the big production number but fickle Floyd always directs his own show and picks the leading man.  It is by no means certain that Khan figures so highly on his to-be-hit list especially while the possibility of the match-up the world has awaited for so long, Mayweather against Manny Pacquiao, edges closer to reality.
Billy Joe Saunders' quest to become the first traveller to claim a boxing world title could be unhinged this weekend when Limerick southpaw Andy Lee gets first dibs at the currently vacant WBO middleweight strap.

The former Irish Olympian – born in London and a distant relative of Tyson Fury – squares off with Russia's former two-time world amateur champion Matt Korobov in Las Vegas. BoxNation screen live in the UK. Saunders is guaranteed first crack at the winner.
Ahead of his return to duty at Hillsborough Leisure Centre this Saturday, unbeaten British lightweight champion 'Turbo Terry' Flanagan gets taken through the mill by boxing writer Glynn Evans.
Billy Joe Saunders has fulfilled what I have believed since I first signed him after the Beijing Olympics as one of the most talented young prospects in the land – that he would make history by becoming the first Romany to win a prized Lonsdale Belt outright. Now, after retaining his European and Commonwealth middleweight titles in that humdinger of a scrap with Chris Eubank Jnr, he can go on to complete a remarkable ring double by being the first from Britain's fight-loving Travelling community to win a world title.

I was delighted with his performance against his final remaining domestic rival at the ExCel last weekend. He showed that not only does he have grit, resilience and a great chin, but he can dig deep when it matters. And that's what makes champions. He can now go on to face the elite fighters in the division with confidence – and he is certainly not short of that.
Promoter Frank Warren has said that media reports today of plans to make a fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are both inaccurate and wide of the mark.

Fury defeated Chisora, for the second time, last Saturday night at the ExCeL London to win the British, European and WBO International Heavyweight titles, whilst securing the mandatory challenger position to Wladimir Klitschko's WBO World title.
Promoter Frank Warren present Championship Boxing at the sold-out ExCeL London, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

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