The bad news for 2015 is that the mega-fight the public have waited for too long, between Floyd Mayweather Jnr. and Manny Pacquiao, which was closer to reality, now looks like it won't happen. More bad news is that Audley Harrison intends to make a comeback.

At 43, he says he wants just one more shot so that he can go out on a high. The danger is he is more likely to go out on a stretcher. Especially if he gets his wish to face fellow British Olympic super-heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.
Ellesmere Port sensation Paul says it will be a magical night in Liverpool when he wins the IBF World Super-Flyweight Title from champion Zolani Tete on Friday 6th March at the Liverpool Echo Arena, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky 437/HD 490, Virgin 546 and TalkTalk 525).Butler heads up a star-studded show alongside Merseysiders Liam Smith, Kevin Satchell, Derry Mathews, Jazza Dickens, plus hot Chorley talent Jack Catterall, all in title action.
Premier lightweights Stephen Ormond and Terry Flanagan say there will be no love lost when they clash at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Saturday 14th February.

Irishman Ormond defends his WBO European title against Manchester's Flanagan with the fight also sanctioned as an Eliminator for the WBO World Title on St Valentines Day.
The past 12 months have seen the public regain a healthy appetite for boxing and I predict 2015 will be the year of the hungry heavyweights, with the ring's juggernauts restoring the glitz and glory of the division on which the fight game's history largely rests.  The New Year heralds a new dawn for big men and big punchers.

What's more, the Yanks are coming - again. At last, after years of heavyweight humiliation at the hands of the family Klitschko, they believe they have unearthed a rough diamond, a real gem rather than just another hapless contender.
British boxing stars Chris Eubank Jnr. and Paul Butler kick start 2015 with the big news that they will fight for world titles, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Eubank Jnr. returns to the ring against Interim WBA World Middleweight Champion Dmitry Chudinov at the O2 arena on Saturday 28th February, whilst undefeated Butler challenges IBF World Super-Flyweight Champion Zolani Tete on Friday 6th March in Liverpool.
After the fistic fiesta that was 2014 finally draws to its close, it's time to announce my highly unofficial annual gongs.
Undefeated heavyweight destroyer Tyson Fury faces a dangerous test against big-hitting Christian Hammer* on Saturday 28th February at London's 02 arena, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Fury puts his WBO International title on the line against the WBO number four ranked Hammer in a risky title defence ahead of a projected summer showdown with reigning world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Tickets for heavyweight sensation Tyson Fury's next fight on Saturday 28th February 2015 at The O2 arena, London, are now on sale.

Priced at £50, £75, £100 and £250 + booking fees, ticket for Risky Business, are available from and 0844 249 1000 or or 08448 24 48 24.
The fact that Carl Froch was the sole fistic representative in the top ten listed for the BBC Sports Personality Of The Year award does not truly reflect boxing's remarkable renaissance in 2014.

Few sports have experienced such a huge surge in popularity, both in participation and numbers of spectators packing venues from small provincial halls to stadiums including Wembley, London's O2 and ExCel, as well as those in Manchester, Liverpool, Belfast and Glasgow.
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.

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