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Diplomatic exchanges are not normally associated with boxing but those that have been taking place between the long-estranged governments of the United States and Cuba may have a dramatic effect on the sport's future.

The indications are that the apparent thawing of relationships between the two countries following talks between Barack Obama and Raul Castro may result in the lifting of travel and work restrictions which have prohibited many great stars of Cuban sport from turning professional, most notably in boxing.
Welterweight dangerman Ahmet Patterson says this is the year he'll breakthrough and enter the top three in the domestic division.

Patterson next features on the huge O2 arena show on Saturday 28th February - as chief support to Tyson Fury and Chris Eubank Jnr. - when he defends his English title against undefeated Sunderland rival Glenn Foot.
Jazza Dickens says he's beaten Josh Wale already in his mind and he'll do it for real on Friday 6th March at the Echo Arena and capture the Vacant British Super-Bantamweight Championship.

The Liverpool favourite makes a second attempt at the British title and is confident of being crowned the new champion in front of his home crowd on the biggest boxing show ever staged in the city, headlined by Paul Butler and Derry Mathews both in big world title fights.
British and Commonwealth Cruiserweight Champion Ovill McKenzie and challenger Matty Askin are both promising knockouts when they clash at the Kingsway Leisure Centre in Widnes on Saturday 14th March.

Sledgehammer punching McKenzie, 35, puts both titles on the line against iron-fisted rival Askin, 26, in the big domestic showdown, live and exclusive on BoxNation.


Posted on 26 January 2015 in Press Releases
WBA World Lightweight Champion Richar Abril says Derry Mathews is out of his depth against him and will get knocked-out when they collide at the Liverpool Echo Arena on Friday 6th March.

Abril travels to Mathews's Merseyside hotbed to make the third defence of his world title and claims that the Liverpool hero has a weak chin and won't be able to hold his heavy shots.
Deontay Wilder's brilliant acquisition of the WBC heavyweight championship makes heavyweight boxing a whole new brawl game, both in the ring and outside the ropes.

The lopsided victory of the charismatic clouter from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, over holder Bermane Stiverne not only brings an long-awaited American renaissance for the sport's flagship division but cements the emergence of a new behind-the-scenes power-broker in world boxing.
The WBO have today called for purse bids to be held on Tuesday 27th January for the organisation's world middleweight championship between the title holder Andy Lee and mandatory challenger Billy Joe Saunders.

Saunders stood aside to allow Lee to fight against Russian Matt Korobov for the vacant title on Dec 6th in Las Vegas on the strict understanding - as ratified by the WBO at their convention - that Saunders would be made the mandatory challenger if he defeated Chris Eubank Jnr, then the winner out of Lee and Korobov would have to defend against Saunders next.
Liverpool favourite Tom Stalker makes his big return to the ring on Friday 6th March at the Echo Arena as he looks to get back to winning ways.

Stalker suffered his first career loss to rival Jack Catterall in a brutal battle last October, but has vowed to return stronger than before when he features on the undercard of Liverpool's biggest ever boxing show.
British and Commonwealth Super-Featherweight Champion Liam Walsh and WBO European Super-Middleweight Champion Frank Buglioni have had their challengers confirmed for the huge O2 arena show on Saturday 28th February.

The British hotshots feature as chief support to Tyson Fury's European and WBO International Heavyweight title defence against Christian Hammer and Chris Eubank Jnr's Interim WBA World Middleweight title challenge against Champion Dmitry Chudinov.
Promoter Frank Warren has today announced that he will not be renewing his management and promotional contracts with welterweight boxer Frankie Gavin.

Mr Warren, who signed Gavin in 2008 and he made his professional debut in 2009, guided him to British, Commonwealth and WBO Intercontinental titles in his 22-fight career.

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