Former Southern Area lightweight king Ronnie Davies expected to walk gently into the sunset once Chris Eubank Snr – the former two-weight world champion he trained – called time on his illustrious ring career back in 1998.

But now, at the ripe old age of 67, the former civil engineer who Eubank dubbed 'my pit bull' is back in the fray as head coach to the ex champ's son, Christopher Jr.
Four of the capital's brightest prospects get a chance to showcase their wares on the huge 'Power of London' promotion at the Copper Box Arena in the East End this Saturday but stringbean welterweight Bradley Skeete hopes that it's his name that's on everybody's lips once the dust has settled.

The unbeaten 26 year old from Penge in south London makes a maiden defence of his WBA InterContinental strap against quality Italian Tobia Giuseppe Loriga. And he knows that a sizzling display will elevate him to the front of the queue for when stablemate Frankie Gavin inevitably abdicates his British and Commonwealth belts.
The 122lb super-bantam class is one of the most densely populated in Britain and Erith crowd pleaser Lewis Pettitt is hell bent on gatecrashing the party.

After a solid 14 fight apprenticeship, the swashbuckling 23 year old advances to 12 round level this weekend when he squares off with Brazilian banger Emerson Santos Carvalho for the Vacant WBA International title.
With 30 wins by stoppage – including a litany of spectacular one shot count outs – on his 44 fight ring slate, perhaps the boxing family should be a bit less dismissive of Enzo Maccarinell's prospects ahead of his audacious world title challenge this weekend.

The Bonymaen bomber ventures behind the old Iron Curtain to face off against German bad boy Juergen Braehmer for the WBO light-heavyweight title in Rostock, east Germany on Saturday evening.
Forget domestic, Sedgefield light-welter Bradley Saunders is one of the hottest prospects on the globe.

The 28 year old former World Amateur Bronze and Commonwealth Games silver medallist appears blessed with every conceivable attribute required to flourish at top world level.
Jon Lewis Dickinson was in danger of becoming the champion who nobody knew.

Isolated in the north-east countryside, the former ABA cruiserweight champion triumphed at Prizefighter, Northern Area and English title level before schooling Bulwell's Shane McPhilbin to capture the British crown in Liverpool 17 months ago.
Britain's 122lb super-bantamweight division is presently awash with world class talent.

However, names such as Scott Quigg, Carl Frampton and Kid Galahad hold no trepidation for 22 year old Scouse southpaw James Dickens.
After years of success in the amateur sphere, brothers Paul and Mick Stevenson have quietly constructed one of Britain's brightest pro stables at their Everton Red Triangle gym, just outside Liverpool city centre.

Five of their fleet appear on the undercard of Saturday's big 'Thoroughbreds' promotion at Aintree Racecourse and BoxNation subscribers can watch the whole card live and exclusive in the UK by tuning into the Channel of Champions on Sky Ch.437/HD 449) and Virgin Ch.546.
Romford cruiserweight Tony 'The Conqueror' Conquest takes the first step towards building an empire when he challenges for the vacant Commonwealth title at the York Hall, Bethnal Green this Saturday.


Posted on 14 February 2014 in Interviews
By his own admission, Steve Collins Jnr is some way short of acquiring the nous and skills which elevated his father of the same name to two WBO world titles back in the 1990s and status as one of Ireland's greatest ever prizefighters. But early indicators suggest that Junior has inherited the old fella's legendary toughness.

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