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LIVE UPDATES FROM YORK HALL

Posted on 20 September 2014 in Press Releases
Promoter Frank Warren presents International Boxing from the York Hall, Bethnal Green, healdined tonight by 10- Round International contests between Bradley Skeete vs Leandro Mendes Pinto and Frank Buglioni vs Alexey Ribchev.

Argentine scavenger Marcos Maidana took the 'hungry fighter' tag a tad too literally last weekend when he seemingly munched the left glove of Floyd Mayweather in round eight of their BoxNation televised rematch from the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Ironically, Mike Tyson was a famished looking ringside observer.

Without in anyway condoning 'Chino's' barbaric action, his frustration was understandable. May weather was on a completely different plane and led him a merry dance. No signs of recess from where I was sitting.
Irish great Steve Collins says he's looking for a big performance from his new charge Frank Buglioni this Saturday (20th September) at the York Hall, Bethnal Green.

Buglioni has his second comeback fight against Bulgarian Alexey Ribchev in a ten-round super-middleweight contest on the undercard of Bradley Skeete's WBA Intercontinental Welterweight title against Leandro Mendes Pinto, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky 437/HD 490, Virgin 546 and Talk Talk 525).
Another all-British blockbuster title fight has been added to the huge ExCeL card on Saturday 29th November that features Dereck Chisora v Tyson Fury and Billy Joe Saunders v Chris Eubank Jnr: The British and Commonwealth Super-Featherweight Championship showdown between Liam Walsh and Gary Sykes.

SKEETE TARGETS KO WIN

Posted on 17 September 2014 in Press Releases

Bradley Skeete aims to make it a hat-trick of KO wins when he faces Brazilian Leandro Mendes Pinto this Saturday (20th September) at the York Hall, Bethnal Green, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

The undefeated Penge welterweight defends his WBA Intercontinental title for the second time against Pinto, and is riding on two back-to-back stoppages.
Middleweight stars Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jnr. will clash in one of the biggest all-British showdowns in recent years promoter Frank Warren confirmed today.

The undefeated rivals have traded insults for the last few years and will now finally get to settle their differences in the ring when they face each other on the blockbuster card title 'Bad Blood', headlined by Dereck Chisora's rematch with Tyson Fury at the ExCeL London on the new rescheduled date of Saturday 29th November.
Floyd Mayweather Jnr, already acknowledged as the finest prize fighter of his generation, now craves to be acknowledged as 'TBE'; The Best Ever.

The 11 time world champion is fast closing in on Rocky Marciano's hallowed 49-0 winning streak, a feat that would add real credence to his boasts.

FRANK WARREN'S COLUMN

Posted on 05 September 2014 in Frank Warren's Column
Tomorrow night you can watch on BoxNation (Sky 437/HD 490, Virgin 546 and Talk Talk 525) one of the truly great nights in Ireland's rich boxing history, when Belfast darling Carl Frampton attempts to rip the IBF super-bantam title from Spain's Kiko Martinez at a sold out 16,000 capacity purpose built stadium beneath the shadow of the iconic Samson and Goliath cranes of the Harland and Wolff shipyard, in the city's Titanic quarter.

The 'Titanic Showdown' should provide the perfect kick-off for what promises to be an epic season for our sport.
August is always the quietest month of the boxing calendar with very few notable promotions anywhere in the world as fighters re-charge their batteries.
It provides managers and promoters such as myself with time to take stock and scheme the futures of our fighters.

Paul Butler recently abdicated his IBF bantamweight throne to campaign back down in the super-flyweight division. He is England's fastest ever World Champion, and I am hugely excited about what the future holds for the Ellesmere Port man. There are a few options on the table that we are discussing for his next fight on the massive bill we are staging on 25th October at Liverpool's Echo Arena; and look out for an official announcement next week.

Q&A WITH GARY CORCORAN

Posted on 27 August 2014 in Interviews
Could 2014-15, be a 'break-out' campaign for Paddington light-middleweight Gary Corcoran?

The 23 year old who they call 'Hellraiser' has ripped through his first ten pro opponents and is looking ominously more formidable with each passing outing.

A natural born scrapper with a rich Irish traveller heritage, Corcoran begins his season at eight round level at the York Hall, Bethnal Green – live on BoxNation- on September 20th but is predicting that it will conclude with a title belt clasped around his midriff.

Last week, boxing writer Glynn Evans called him to reflect on his career to date and discuss his ambitions for 2014-15.

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